Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
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used. LjrVith * 8to PP ed tt faucets when 1 to our shop JfourtrouWeain in keepng with dge st. Phone 83 GIRL WED AT LITTLE BROWN CHURCH Bancroft, Oct. 3—Irene Keoprath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Herman Keoprath, and James Lillie, Em- metaburg, were married Monday in the Little Brown church at Nashua. The Hev. William Kent, pastor, officiated. • Mrs. Anna Lillie, Wesley, mother- of the bridegroom, and Zelda Anderson, Spencer, his niece, attended the couple. Immediately after the ceremony the pair left for Chicago, where they were to spend n week. They will live at Emmetsburg, Where Mr. Lillie is employee in a hardware and furniture store Catholic Sisters Visit Here— Sr. M. Michaels, R. N., and M. Brendon, IR. >N., Aurora, 111., KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE SEVBll W. J. rajmc, Editor. Olmrlcs Klnmp, Field Reporter. fLLWEEK Lfce.1 with fun f.. study ...» L . . clemonrtra- [Special 1933 Live IFealnrci. Always A Grcal National lion. •y Cattle 'rest visited from last week Tuesday to bushels an acre Sunday at the N. J. Merrill, Mrs. Henry Bailey, two miles north and five miles east of Algona, was born on the 160-acre farm where he resides. His father, after whom he was named, is dead, but mother is living, and part of » IK time she lives with him. His wife, formerly Mamie Roadinger, is a daughter of (Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Roadmger, near Wesley. Henry's oats went 30 bushels this season and were of good quality. The oats were much better in that neighbor- Hood than in some other parts of the county. He keeps 60 hogs, and corn ho has picked for feed seems to indicate a yield of about 45 his the cabins in the spring. He remarked that he might use the rest of the land for an airport or a golf lint BnMrttta- loth* Great MM-WMtt •LOO an an n IOWA William Carolin, and I. P.'iEnges- ser homes. Mrs. Merrill and Mrs. Carolin are aunts of Sr. Michaels, and Mr. Engesser is an uncle. Mr. and -Mrs. Merrill took the nuns to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit other relatives. Fingers Lost in Accident— Andrew A. Fangman suffered a painful accident last week Wednes|day, when his right hand was caught in an ensilage cutter and the tips of his fingers cut off. The two center fingers were cut off Just below the first joint, and a hole was punctured in the palm of ihis hand. Mr. Fangman was doing C. C. Baas, south of Whittemore, had his show herd of Hampshire nogs at the Spencer fair, and his aged sow, Lady Perfection, won the grand championship in what Wallaces' Farmer calls a battle. As a senior yearling the same sow was first in class at the Spencer fair last year. Mr. Baas also won: first on senior yearling boar; fourth on senior pigs; and third and fourth on Junior pigs. G. C. has been in course. • * t • Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne live a mile west and a little north of the Good Hope church in Union township. Their farm is called a half section, but it is short 40 acres. Something we never knew before s .that the township is short on its north and west sides. This is the old home of Or. W. T. Bourne, pioneer Kossuth farmer and physi- :ian. The present owner was born in a sod house on this farm, The early settlers sought land where there was flowing, water,, and a picturesque-creek runs through the place. Fifteen years ago all buildings except the house were burned when lightning set the barn afire. DUCK HUNTERS OPEN SEASON AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Oct. 3— Local hunters have been busy since the season opened Sunday noon. Several groups have leased hunting privileges from surrounding farmers, D. Whitton, C. T. Bergren and P. J. Heiken, have rented the twenty acre slough on the Frank Kesler farm; Ray Lord, George Thorson and Oscar Anderson have rented a sluogh in the Goose lake neighborhood; Loyal Gisch heads another group which has a piece of land in the same neighborhod. Eigrht Grade Shows Flowers— The eighth grade held a flower show last week the first ever held n Swea City. Three girls who had made a study of flower arrangement in 4 r H and Smith-Hughes work were the Judges—June Larson, Geneva Berg and Alpha Simmons, and 21 awards were given. E. L. Hansen secretary. Mr. Pearson named Clyde Sanborn. A. P. Christiansen, Ray Sperheck, G. D. Curtis and Clarence Johnson as complaints committee. Produce Station Changed— Guy Bone has moved his garage from his residence lot to the lot east of the Roalson. service station, where he will buy produce for the'»Harding Creamery Co., of Des Moires. John merly bought forj here. Sorenson for- that company nnd his custom farm. work on the C. C. Inman Uagles Are 50 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nagle reached their 50th wedding anniversary the game a long .... Hampshires have for years borne the best of reputations. Mr. and Mrs. William Ricke, near Wesley, were Algona shoppers last Thursday. (Mrs. Ricke used to be Carrie Foertsch, and she is a sister of George Foertsch, also of the Wesley neighborhood. The Rickes live on their own eighty a mile south of the paving on the Titonka last Thursday, and 20 friends sur- road, this side of Wesley. Besides prised them by- dropping in for the their own land they farm 200 acres evening. (Mr. and Mrs. Nagle were which they rent. They have four children, three boys and a girl. The oldest boy is a graduate of the Wesley parochial school. * * * « Mr. and Mrs. .Lawrence Olson, who for the last three years have been tenants of the former's father S. L. Olson's quarter section south of Hobarton, will .leave the farm next winter, and Lewis Gorman Mr. Bourne built a handsome now tile block barn, 36x84, in place of the old one. He also erected other buildings and now has one of the county's - best improved farms. He keeps Holsteins and sells his cream to the Algona creamery. The home is all-anodern except furnace. Mrs Bourne even has an electric stove and she says the next thing is an electric refrigerator. She was for merly a successful turkey raiser but has not raised any this season Hospitality is the dominant not with the Bournes, and anyone who visits there is made to feel right at home. • * • • We were at William Wetzel'",, 4Vfc iles south of Lone Rock, Satur- ay, and found him -getting orn picker ready for action. Other Swea City. Mr., and Mrs. Claud Spoor, of Los Angeles, visited the C. G. Rhodes and C. G. Dourte families. Mrs. Rhodes and Mr. Dourte are sister and brother of Mrs. Spoor. Mr. Spoor was a barber here for many 'ears, and is now in the real es- ate business in Los Angles. The Armstrong Methodist Aic entertained the Armstrong and local the societies in Swea City Methodist Aid a week ago Tuesday, and 20 from here attended. A fine program was given, and lunch was served in the basement following the program. The Methodist Sunday school served • hamburgers, hot doughnuts, soup and coffee in the Nelson building Saturday evening, clearing $17. This was an attempt to make up a part of the deficit caused by the bank failure. The DicTc Bergs, Victor Lelands, John Ecklunds, Art Christiansans, Aletha Ecklund and the Rev. Mr. McDowell went to Chicago Sunday to visit the fair. Mrs. Paul 'Larson was called to Fairmont by the death of her,aunt Mrs. Larson has lost her mother, a sister-in-law, an an aunt in the last six weeks. Mrs, August Peterson and Mrs. J. M. Dye, with Mrs. Erwin oi Algona, drove to Marion, this to attend a state convention of who suffered i W. C. T. U. Chas Edwards, stroke last week, is romewhftf mproved. ' .< Mr. and Mrs. F. G. ToriiM Ml tfr. and'Mrs. S. War burton attended the Methodist conference at Horn- boldt Sunday. Fi fri FEED GRINDING I have taken over the Carl P. Krug territory for portable milling, and am prepared to execute ojders. HOWARD FINES Phone 250 Algona pllllllllllllH nt Up! buld be getting, ready. br fall cleaning now. ill be the time to do El painting. Come in Ik over our complete K Devoe paints, var- [enamels, and kalso- married at Orion, 111.,-and came to 'Bancroft 33 years ago. They have lived in town '23 years. They have two sons, Wayne, Nicolett, Minn., arid Earl, Swea'City. Collision Damages 2 Cars— A Chevrolet coupe driven by Leone Kellar, and a Ford driven by | Paul Schmidt, collided Sunday at 9 p. m. a mile south of Bancroft. Something had gone wrong with. the steering mechanism on the Schmidt car, and he was on the wrong side of the road. Both cars were pretty" well damaged. Three Babies Are Born— (Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wolf have a daughter, born Monday morning. They have one other child, Dennis. (Mrs. Wolf was Florence Miller before "marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Ha- begar have a daughter, born last Thursday, named Fern Clella. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Knapper have a son, born Sunday morning. tsford nber Company 856 Jim Pool aonoocrnran Little Girl Has Birthday— Vera Mae (Behnkendorf celebrated her third birthday a week ago Saturday, and helping were Mr and Mrs. Carl Gretsch and Esther Gretsch, Eagle Grove, the F. H «intz family, Lu Verne, the W iBoehm family, Burt, and the Behn- fcendorfs. Baseball Breaks Boy's Nose- You| Figure |TEREST? will have it after March 1. The Ider Olsons now live with their aughter, Mrs. J. H. Seeley, Hum- oldt, S. L., or "Sam," as he is tnown to friends, has for a long ime been in poor health with pernicious anemia. We have not learn- id what the Lawrence Olsons plan o do. Lawrence's wife is a regis- :ered nurse. • • • • G. C. Stewart, who has for thi .ast ten years had his father Rob ert Stewart's half section two mile south of the fair grounds and a mile west, has taken a Job on th road and plans to quit farming Jos. Kramar, of the St. Joe neigh borhood, will have the place nex year. The elder Stewarts livet many years on this well improve farm, then spent a few years a Algona, and now live on the forme C. R. Schoby 100-acre farm west o the Nos. 18-169 intersection, whic Robert also owns. G. C.'s wife is daughter of Bert Peck, former A gonian who now lives in California. the Mr. etzel owns the 160 acres where e has lived since 1892, 41 years go. He also rente 120 acres. He as 60 acres in corn, and he had 50 cres in oats. There are five boys nd three girls in the family. • • • • John Schallin, one-half mile Bach pupil in the class had an entry and several had many, a tota! of 70 entries being made. Many visitors were present as well as the other pupils and teachers viewing the flowers. Will Open Beauty Shop- June Thompson will open a beau ty shop in the .next ten days in the! building owned by Emma Ander son, and formerly used as a millinery shop. 'Miss Thomas has purchased equipment for permanent waving, and all other equiptment necessary for a first .class beauty parlor. Sewer and water connections are being put in the building this week. She has been in charge of a shop in Whittemore the past year. Swea Citvans Go Fishing— Fishing has been a popular sport for men here lately. Wm. Leland and his son Victor, after a week P&G Soap 10 Bars Limit 10 Bars Cut Rate — Grocery — Week-end Specials We Buy By Comparison - Do You? FLOUR fifUN SUNNY tl BOY *'' at Winnibagoshish Lake, returned last week. Adolph Peters, Wm. Peters, D. S. Pearson, and L. C. Huntson took four days off last week to fish and all returned with the orth of the Lotts Creek store, limit. Northern pike and wall eyes formed the greater part of the arms 80 acres. This is the Schal- in estate farm. There are two girls in the family, Lillian And flarie. The latter is attending high chool at Fenton. The girls do the milking. Their grandfather lives with the family. 'He is Herman Ohm, who wil be 83 October 26. He said he come to this country in 1874 and served in the cavalry in; ermany. He come to Algona in 885. He had made up his mind beforehand to come as far west as he could on the Milwaukee, and Al- was then the Jumping oft place. The first year he dived four miles east of Algona, then moved to Fenton township, where he has lived ever since. He said he had owned two automobiles, and had driven till six months ago. Now he catches. NRA Organization Formed— Swea City was one of the last towns to form a N. R. A. organization when 20 business men met last week Tuesday evening. Buell Pearson was elected chairman and Starch 3 one Ib. pks. Corn or Gloss 2OC Navy Beans Pound 5c Butternut CoSiee Pound MILK LARGE) CANS 5c LIMIT 10 Cans With Order lets the grandchildren him. drive for G. C. is the only child of his Frank Pompe, 4% tniles south and a half mile west of Lone (Rock was digging potatoes when we called Saturday. His crop was good and he will have plenty for his own use. He showed us 60 Chester White hogs amd remarked officers, and she was with him heart and soul. She talked a steady streak about the rottenness of government, and where Secretary Wallace's name <came up she exclaimed that she wished he had been made into tankage himself, instead of so many little pigs. She also spoke bitterly of capitalists, seeming to think they were to blame for all the country!s ills. We hear a good deal of talk in this section, but none as bitter as we found in that part of Iowa. A good many farmers there are about ready for rebellion—to hear them talk, 'at any rate. A-H soda, 2 1 Ib pkgs Peanut Butter, 2 lh nt iar 15c 91 r £ 1 w No. 2 cans peas, corn or string beans, OQf* 5 cans wwlo Lewis Lye, 2 cans Salmon, 2 cans 23c 25c . b*9l* • Crackers FRESH STOCK Leon Thissen, freshman in high! e nts, but there are two daughters •school, was hit by a batted .ball at an d a son in his own family. The the Bancroft-Seneca game here Fri- j elder Mrs. Stewart is a sister of M. day afternoon. His nose was brok- ' j. Jones, retired Algona farmer. en and left eye bruised. He was a par " that, he believed' NRA was helping him. He had not had good with pigs for sonve years. John R. Jacobs, a half mile east of the Lotts Creek store, lives on i investigate the [ing & Loan association s renewing or making a on your dwelling. | own loc.al Building & association has ample i on hand for building, deling, repairing your {not build a new home? i were never lower, and »ill be surprised how [you can pay for a new ) through the Building & XA BUILDING * LOIS iSSOCIATION • Inc. 1017 spectator at the game. I The annual Dairy Cattle Con- | the Karl Dreyer farm. The Dreyers I gress is on all this week at Water- ; lately moved to Austin, (Minn., loo. We do not know who from where Mr. Dreyer is now working to Shower for Hride-to-lle— . . , A miscellaneous shower was giv- | this county is attending or whether j for the Hormel packing company lesday evening at Jesse Mar-j anyone from Kossuth has entered JIM r . Jacobs -- —^ J " *" low's for Geneva Delperdang. Miss j stock. We should like reports from j p i c ] c corn. Delperdang and Raymond Kollasch \ exhibitors, if any, for next week's , j ngt Glen Fantier ~ - J at! p al)erp a nd the same should reach an d serves 'as cook and bottle us not later than Tuesday morning. | washer while SVIrs. Jacobs, who is a * • . sister of Laurence -Winkel, is car- Charles Fischer ; for MTS AV i nke i an d a new boy. We were at Lewis Tesdahl's Friday, seven miles east of Elmore and a half mile north into Minnesota. ' The family was lifting beets , ,, and had a crew of Mexicans top- iping them. The Mexicans are ! mighty handy at that. Three trucks were hauling geets to Rake, where more beets are loaded than at any other town in Iowa. * * * » When we called last week Monday on C. L. Eichhorn, one-fourth WHITE 2 POUNDS 190 GRAHAM 2 POUNDS 23G SARDINES Tomato or mustard sauce 2 cans 18c Cheap rent, no delivery, no charges, no loss on eggs. Calumet BAKING POWDER One pound can 23c Busiest Little Store in To w» _ liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin mile south of Elmore. we did not was en Tuesday evening at Jesse Mar-i anyone from Kossuth has entered ,,Mr. Jacobs was getting ready „ .-—-- •.----«<-1 • • we should like reports from p ick C orn. He said he was batch- know him at first for he works for him! wearing a heavy beard grown last I- 1 -- reason he will be married next Tuesday St. John's church. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray and Mrs.- J. A. Bee just north >bank. of "low* irnace ood anted Advance can use loads of furnace g prices * will be ed, but in all cases cost must be applied U11 on account want the wood continuous fjre.8 be kept, coal niiist *** and mere will ° om room Mr. and Mrs. drove to Algona Saturday to paJ'i M £ and Mrs. Jacobs have, a -• - ,- - n _ taxes. They live on an 87-acre | Hrf a 4 an( j a 1)Oy Devine_ left Saturday for fam R mi]e west ot s Clty m . £ the Armstrong road. They also | * * * * own a quarter section near Lone i winter. He says the wears a beard in winter is that he has throat trouble, and the beard seems to furnish protection. He had Just 'what you need the and Monday they spent hicago to attend the fair and the Legion convention. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sweeney are spending week there. Dr. R. E .Weber Frank Recker returned from Chicago, where four days at the fair. Mrs. M. F. Schiltz is at Stacyville, caring for her four grandchildren while Mrs. Edw. Batten is at the Mankato hospital, where she underwent a major operation last Lone There Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Droessler and M. F. Schiltz Sunday to see week Mike drove to Mankato Mrs. Uatten. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatten^Mrs. Jos. Hatten, and Mrs. Mescher left Saturday for Center, Minn., to visit the Bissilions. Mrs. Bissihon is a sister of Mrs. Mescher and Mr. Hatten, and a daughter of Mrs. Joseph Mrs. T.E. Trainer, Owa- Frank Sauk Bert e ^^topw.t^w.*tt» : Mrs. Trainer is a sister 01 Grames. Marvin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, broke his Rock, where their son Ernest lives, and this was their own home for 25 •ears before they moved to Swea Oily five years agoi Mrs. Fischer was formerly Olive Swain, and she has lived practically all her Me m his county. Mr. and Mrs. Fischer lave two other children, Mrs. Ervin Heidenwith, north of Rock, and Clayton, at home, are six grandchildren, three the children of Erwin and the other ,hree Mrs. vHeidenwith's children. M. F. Culbertspn," three miles vest and five miles north of Algona, lives on a quarter-section owned by Arthur Schultz, a bache- or who has a rented farm m the same neighborhood. M. IF. is a - man, and this is his second year on the place, which he has rented for another year. He is married, and his wife is a former Fenton girl, Edna Meyer daughter of August Meyer, who lives at Fen- tonTMr. and Mrs. Culbertson have S£ children, a boy and a girl, both under school age. Geo. C. Hanna, well known fann- er who lives U miles northwest of Algona, was in town Saturday, and ordered the Advance for his daugh- is teaching m Co- girl Just returned from -Algona, where Bern- he bad been excused from service ion the grand jury. While he was „ , ,_ j ft way his cattle had got into the Boettcher, northwest of the cornfield ;He remarked that when u 1 ret* x3Oci.uv.iici , .uv* m <» \fftit \**. v«— i Lotts Cree-k store, has built a fine h, ,s at home they-makeno It was Mrs. Boehm s da john Brandt, "ear Elmore in town Friday. He fell off a and injured his back and Or. J. A. Devine took care of mm from Saturday see u* an<| .arrangements be- delivery. •VANCE ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stebritz, Algona. . George Nemmers, Nashua, iting his mother, Mrs. Theo, mers. _ To Coast by Plane. is vis- Nem- plane HTS. day. new barn, 'SGx34 and .14 feet to the eaves- also a new chicken house, 24xl'6, and other outbuildings. Martin Hantleraan, Fenton, did the carpenter work, and he believes in saving all- possible elbow grease, so he has a -portable saw which is separated by a small electric light motor. He also has a large storage battery to run the motor with saw attached, and it is all mounted s and she taugni bia four years, schools in than 1850 of the greatest world, with more structors and nearly dents. Oscar Holland* two oniles_ m- 38,000 stu- north ble, but when the boss is .gone they seem to know all about it. on a two-wtoeel trailer. • * • • PRICE IS NOT ALL-OAMBLE'S patented base, long range shells bring home the game—you save on every box. 12 ga. S & G chilled shot, 72c box, case lots. 'Hi-base chilled shot, 82c. 32-4 Joseph Loos, four miles south and a anile west of Elmore, lives on one of the Otto Stengel farms and works for the Stenzels, In 1903 Mr. and Mrs. Loos left Germany With her people and emigrated to the Argentine in South America. They lived there three years and raised the finest kind of wheat, but the country was wild. When they left Germany they thought they were coming to North America, but at the end of the Journey they found themselves in South America. They came thence to Winnipeg, Manitoba, but always wanted to get to the U. S., so they left Canada for Lincoln, Neb., where they lived J4 years, then lived in Minnesota. Last spring they moved to toe place where they now live. They have a family of six boys and five girls, and all work. They do beet work. • « * • Otis Midthun, six miles,west ot Elmore, lives on an Iowa farm of 120 acres. When we called Friday he was plowing sweet clover sod, which was tough pulling for his horses, and he said he was.glad we had come so he could give his horses a rest. He has 17 acres in beets, and he hired two boys last summer to weed them. The boys were good workers, for the beets were clean of weeds, When we drove into the yard there were other cars there, also a group of small children. One of the little boye come to the car and told us the children were having a "Christmas party." ,,„ » This writer was out 19 .western Iowa last week, in the section of the state where there were farm holiday troubles last year. We had a talk with a farmer's wife m Sioux City which gave us. an idea ; on how bitter the fanners ftaire.jbfh •Her bjifbawi b*d ibeen one oj the Buy Now! Cold weather is here. Let us repair those broken window ights for you. We have a food stock of all sizes. Husking Equipment- Look over our line of husk- ng hooks. Also mitts and gloves. Buy them early as ;hey cannot be replaced at the price we are asking for them. * LIsk Roasters In three sizes, priced with or without inner pan, 75c to $1.95, for larger size. Dairy Pails-^- Qood grade, this week only 8 for $1.00, Martin make, 12- quart. Corn Poppers- Electric, while they last at 85c. Chore Girls— Pot Cleaners, 2 for lie. Oil Dust Mops- Complete with handle good quality this week, 46c. BREAD BOXES Large size, ivory roll top 1.35 Med. size, ivory'roll top $1,00 Football priced -75c to $1,00 KOHIHAASfc SPIUES E-.tS FURNITURE THAT LENDS THE PROPER ATMOSPHERE TO YOUR HOME , There's a new feeling for beauty apparent, a revived desire for beautiful thi igs things of intrinsic value and innate good taste. Such is the Furniture featured here. Living Room Suites $52 to $165,00 Dining Room Suites $57 to $98.50 Bedroom Suites $39 to $115.00 * * Also a complete .selection of odd chairs, tables, lamps, desks and other attractive furniture pieces that will beautify your home, Foster's Furniture Store AIGONA, IOWA

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