Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 7
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9,1933. KOSStlTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA 10 JEA CITY IT A BANK 1— The flwea jJTcMb met .last week for election of of- a business. A. B. ected president, Ar- oresident, and and Irvington Niece Has Vivid Memories of Father Taylor discussed were _ bank, a dry goods Ipotice officer, a mov- Knr, and The Inter- company. A , peppy •held, every one, being Imake things go. _„„„ is difficult to ,-iyeeten appointed S. 'Clyde 'Sanborn,- and ' O n a committee' to .'he committee for the position is B. A. Braian Bowman, and • J. The moving pic- |an on. lion Irvington, Nov. 7—Mrs. J. TB. Rolbison, here, has been recalling the early days of Fabher'Ta'ylor, whose memory has been honored during the Diamond Jubilee o£ the Alg_ona Congregational church oE which he was a founder. Mr. Taylor was an unole of Mrs. Robison. One incident she recalls occurred in the east when Mr. Taylor was still a hoy. It seetns that ChauBcey and a chum had gone for a -iswim and, due to some incident not now remembered, nearly drowned. When they were rescued liquor was brought on the scene as a restorative. Chauncey even as a child must have had high ideals, and refused to be helped in this manner The late J. B. Robison used to recalled a visit Father Taylor paic him when he was a boy and livec 'Mrs farm where the Albert 'Butterfields live Mr. Robison said that he was split ting wood in the yard when Fathe with his parents, Mr. and Thomas (Robison, on the seems to . have ir'ahrader, C. J. Ap- Torvald Dahl were jive it. They, were giv- |to say that the busi- back a show finan- ifficer matter was dis- the illness of C. T. Molan, former night fas given the day. work he by Mr. Edwards. Iwill pay ISO/and the |i another $30 a month (officer. H. T. Winter, m, and Torvald Dahl Taylor, who was then en routi from Fort Dodge to Algona stop ive daughters manages to toe with he mother continually. This week he eldest daughter, Mrs. Frank Mien, Rockwell, is here. To Move to Rich Point- Mr, and Mrs. Tony Sorenson and liildren plan to move in the hear 'uture to Rich Point, where they will occupy the Farmer's elevator louse recently vacated by the Matt Kelleys. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley, who )lan to spend this winter with the rlarvey Johnsons, will move in the spring to the small farm south of Algona located at the top of the Dan Long hill. Little Girl is Recovering— Pauline, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Ray Sankey, who underwent an operation for the removal of an abscess in her head a week ago Sunday, was still in the H, S, JUNIO AT LONE1 IS OCK ped. Mr. Taylor had walked al the way and seeing the farm boj out in ' the yard stopped awhile to chat and rest. Mr. Robison, later known to every one here as "iPa Brent," his first name being Brentdn, told that the main thing he remembered about Father Taylor, after the short visit was that he wore a plug hat. Later Mr. Taylor's sister and jifamily, the Allen Smiths, of New York, came to this vicinity, and in hospital early this week. She is reported recovering. Cedar Rapids Man Preaches— John Patterson, Cedar Rapids, delviered the sermon here Sunday morning.. He spoke on My Peace I PRESENT PLAY Lone 'Rock, Nov. 9—The Juniors gave a 3-act play, Sound Your Morn, Friday evening at the high school auditorium before a capacity audience. Between acts the girls' glee <club sang the Cradle Song, Funcilli, and Rest in the (Lord; a girls' sextette sang, I Sing Because I Like to Sing and The Cradles. A vocal solo, 1 iLove a Little Cottage, -was sung by Sara Whitehill. Attend Ringsted Quilt Show— From here attending a quilt show at (Ringsted Saturday given by th lingsted Mite society were Mrs jillie Thompson,--daughter Neva larriett Heiter, Mrs. N. L. Cotton Mrs. H. "W, Hobson, Tena Jensen Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs*-Otto Jen sen, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. W. O Flaig, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr eave With Thee. Mr. Patterson ad been visiting the Rev. A. Eng- sh. confer with Mayor U™e Mr. Robison and their daugh- [pick a man and solicit om the business men. was voiced that the [getting as good ser- Jhe Interstate Power jit pays for and a resi- pr was requested. In e Swea City has to from Lakota. The .com- fmake no promises. asked the business their places, of busi- [ice day, but as the day irday they decided not Legion boys 'later de- Id their Armistice cele- day. , Entertains Teachers— T. U. entertained the Alide were married. Mrs. Robi- Bon before her marriage was an •Algona teacher, and makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. M. L iRoney, as did Mr. 'Robison untt his death five years ago. James Stacy, who manages the oil station'west of Irvington, is a grandson of the late Father Tay. lor, and D. T. Smith, who make! his home with his daughter, Mrs Hal Cowan, Algona, is a nephew. Summer Visitors Write— Mrs. (Frank Ditsworth reports he mother, Mrs. Mary Harness, wh went with her other daughter, Mrs Mina Ward, to Mrs. Ward's home a iSaguache, Colo., this fall, is enjoy ing good health. Mrs. Ward, with _iers Tuesday afternoon 1:30 at J. J. Anderson's. [r. Swanson furnished _rt of the program with on religious education, Batavia, 111., and Gary, _)' places that have made Ihis matter. Swea City ining in public scaools, . period being given day morning 'to ..this pastors and laymen do kg, and credits are given hool for the work. The jere cooperate with the p. in the S. T. I. and pos- ,,>le Married— jungest son of Mrs, Wm. Is married last week to jughter ff (Mr. and Mrs. km, of Lakota. The cere- performed by the Rev. Jaylor in Blue Earth, ie couple are living with i's mother here for the olden Weddintr— [Mrs. John Speicher, who frant township for many making their home in r Minn., celebrated their ledding Tuesday with an fee to callers from 1'2:30 to Ind 7 to '9 p. m. One son, icher, lives in Grant"town- . F. D. Carrier Returns— 'Ben Terhune, mail carrier, was n the Job this week Monday after two weeks vacation. Morris Parons substituted. Other Irringtoiu The Missionary society wlil mee iext week Friday afternoon with Mrs. M. L. Roney. No special les son will be studied, but a short program will be given. Roll call vill be answered by scripture quotations of Thanksgiving. Mrs. Alice Duryea, who has been .n Mason City for more than a week, visiting the 'Elmer Dyes, was returned to Ralph Lage's Sunday. The iDyes, who drove over from IMason City with Mrs. Duryea, were guests of the Lages. Frances Minert has come to the O. L. Miller home and plans to make her home there this 'winter. She was with the Millers a part of last summer. She is in the seventh Eugene Hofius, Mrs, L. E. Godfrej Mrs. Arthur Priebe, the Kev. an Mrs'. S. M. Gladstone, Mrs. Wi Christenson, daughter Mrs. Law rence Zweifel, and the latter's daughter. Mrs. E. W. Donovan, Algona, also attended. nd* second grades at a progressive arty. ertls Are 20 Tears Wed— The Emil Krafts attended a sur- rise party at Adolph (Pertl's Sun- ay evening iri honor of Mr. and rtrs. Peril's '20th wedding annivers- ry. The attendance numbered ( irst B. B. Game Dated— The boys' basketfball team will ilay their first game this season at Fenton a week from Friday vening. lingsted Mite Society Coming— The Mite society is entertaining .he Ringsted society this week Thursday at the local church. Mr. •ormer'a Other Lone Bock. and Mrs. Jack Quinn, mother, the Mrs. Quinn, the latter's son and Mrs. Toff Murphy, Bridge Charles all o Club Helps Support Orphans— The Busy (Friday club met last week with Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. H. J. Rice assisting. This clulb Bancroft, left last week Tuesday for Streater, 111., to attend the .fun eral of Jack's aunt, Mrs. Marj Whalen. They then drove on t Chicago to visit relatives and at tend the world's fair, returnin Sunday. Mrs. (Lawrence Laidley, Esther ville, her daughter Marilyn, Mr.. Enos Worthington, and the latter' children spent last week Wednei day at (Frank Flaig's and Ale Krueger's. Mrs. Worthington als visited her mother, Mrs. Lill Worthington. A' Mr. Williams, Mrs. Katherine; (Reed, and the latter's two children, all of Dakota City (Humboldt), spent Sunday at William Krause's. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coleman, Valley Junction, Colo. elmer Helmers et al, .labor '__.: 5.78 'ulton Iron Works, mdse. 35.51 Vestihghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse. 293.33 'ainbanks, Morse & Co., mdse. ______ . 10.90 lecurity Petroleum Co., •gas, oil 225.27 Electric Supply Co., mdse. 101.34 line Material Co., mdse. _ 12.60 'erry Durin Co., mdse. — 29.63 Coch Bros., mdse. 2.81 Midland Chemical Laboratories, mdse. 28.27 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse * 32.76 Standard Oil Co., 'gas 10.8( Western Union, service_ — 10.2^ Tire Service Co., repairs. 2.0( Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 1.62 WATER FUND Salaries .—- 464.00 48.26 63.84 210.60 4.79 4.36 1.23 Crane Company, mdse. — Wigman Co., mdse. _ ,_' Leighton Supply Co., mds,e 3eo. E. Williams, mdse.— Laing & Muckey, mdse. — Helmer Helmers, labor — S. U. I. Water Laboratories, water test -. 1.00 H. W. Post, frt. and dray._ 63.07 H. H. Cowan & Son, mdse. and labor on tower 201.52 GENERAL FUND Salaries $ 216.00 Tom Akre, rent « 10.42 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 3.16 Ralph Elfoert, mdse. and repairs 14.60 Deldutch Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Northwestern Bell Tele- 'phone Co., service Ernst Thiel, meter read- 1.60 23.20 15.81 Super Service, mdse. and repairs Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., service . .65 3 21 Street labor 603.01 ing S. J. Backus, P. M., envel* opes 67.78 : S. J. Backus, P. M., "box rent ___ .75 Haggard & Waller, printing < '22.78 Advance Pub. Co., printing 26.13 Collector of Internal .Revenue, August tax 107.08 R'y Express Agency, express 1.44 L. J. Nprris et al, refund deposit Standard Oil Co., asphalt. Standard Oil Co., gasoline Clear iLake Sand & Gravel Co., sand Deep Rook Oil Corp., gas- Clapp's Master Service, repairs 3otsford (Lumber Co., coal lesley & Johnson, tndse._ T. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Kent Motor Co., repairs jloyd Hauback, labor [. W. Post, frt. and dray, resco Union Electric Co., grade and started to school last week. .sews for the Orphans home at Council (Bluffs, and the following articles have been'sent in recently: pair shoes, 2 caps, girl's dresses, 2 girl's blouses, boy's shirt, quilt. Other donations had been sent previously. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. ,L. R. Roderick assisting. others Club Hears Program— The Mothers club met last week ith Mrs. Fred Genrich; Mrs. R. L. adgett, assisting hostess. A pa- er, Our Children in School, was ead by Mrs. E. M. Jensen. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Harry Hobson; vice, (Mrs. W. G. Flaig; here ecr etary-treasurer, Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard will The Emil Krafts visited Sunday at (Fred Kulow's, Bancroft. Guests of the Krafts last week Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. (Herman Reisner and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner, both couples of Lotts Creek. Supervisor Charles Morris attended a supervisors' business meeting at Des Moines Friday. imrch Celebration— |muel Warburtons, with her daughter Mrs. Miles Stanley visited here, at Waldorf, Wis., an at the world's fair. Mrs. Ward suf fers from heart trouble and high blood pressure. The high altitude at Saguache bothers her, and Mrs. Ward had contemplated taking her mother for a companion, and going either to Silina or Canyon City, Colo., where the altitude is lower, and living there for a time. Since •her health is so much better since her trip east 'last summer, Mrs. Ward now believes the move unnecessary. Farm Bureau Women Meet— About 12 women attended an all- day Farm Bureau meeting at A. J. Keenes Friday. The H. D. A., Mrs. Leaverton, gave the first lesson on house cleaning up to date. Those present learned how to make .mops, home made furniture polish, library paste and wall paper cleaner. They also learned how to keep floors and bathrooms' in repair and how to wash and stretch curtains. A covered dish luncheon was. served al noon. The next meeting will be December 8 at Mrs. Charles Egel's •This will also .be an all-day meeting, with election of officers. Three Return from Funeral— Mrs. Albert Butterfield, son Ben and Mrs. Ben Gould returned lat last week from northern Minnesota where they had been called to at tend the funeral of Mrs. Butter [field's sister-in-law, Mrs. Charle Gould. Mrs. Gould was apparent! Mrs. Charles Sankey was a Sunday guest at Arthur (Riley's, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schichtl were Sunday .guests in ILu Verne Mrs. Lafe Turner, Algona, was recent guest at Frank Ditsworth's Aid L will meet this Thursday afternoon at the church parlor. Work will be furnished for the afternoon Mesdames J. M. Cox and Earl Mil ler will .be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorenson ar •parents of a son, born early las week. Mrs. Fred Dole is caring fo Mrs. Sorenson and the baby. Elsie OBgel, teacher at the Ches ter Schoby school, is planning program Ifor Friday, November 17. The M & T> club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Pearl Potter. Ndble, Mrs. Warburton's Harry Warburton and the nk Johnson attended . the liversary service at the ftional church in Algona llrs. Noble was a member lurch in her youth. ' we is Moved— •• fan Browns last Wednesday fieir variety store stock Holm building to the flelson [Mercantile store. ive moved half of their j Armstrong, where Mrs. FOOT He M her >e hostess at the next meeting, Mrs. Harry Fechter assisting. F. B. Women in Joint Meet— A Fenton-Seneca woman's Farm (Bureau meeting was held at Mr and Mrs. W. J. Cotton's last week Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Leaverton county H. D. A., gave instructions on modern methods ' of cleaning house. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Arthur Krause, Fenton, November 21. Grades Hare Halloween Parties— The grades in the local schools had Halloween parties last week Tuesday afternoon. The third and fourth grades entertained the first was accompanied by Mrs. P. Christenson, who visited laugfier Marietta, a nurse. The IRoy Goddens, (Fairmont, the 5enry Kahns, Mrs. Glenn keeper her children and Willard and Kyr wood Quinn were Sunday dinne guests of the William' Leepers. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton an Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended the Con gregational 76th anniversary pro gram at Algona Sunday afternoon The' Parent-Teachers associatio meets next Thursday evening in the high school auditorium. Bible study at Seneca was hel< at the Charles Osborn home las week Tuesday. sign 10.00 1.75 30.65 3.81 oline 107.89 6.71 26.16 6.3 6.3 11.7 6.21 45.0 4.5 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. H. R. Sorens«n it Oft* mdse. ; ___ {ohlhaas 6 Spillea, mdm. Greenberg, mdse. _ . ease Umbenhower, care of dump ........._ - J _,, -II1 . HH Herbert Adams, labor ___ tfdMurray Bros., crossings '. S. Norton ft Son, indue. . E. Chubb, engineering. H. R. Cowan ft Son, labor 8BWIER FUND W. Kelly, salary Oscar Norman et al, manholes r. 3. Norton ft Son, mdse. r. S. Norton ft Son, mdse. Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. C. E. Chubb, engineering... Peter Chubb, asst eng r._ Geo. (L. Miller, mdse. and iuc tut 14TJ labor FIRE FUND f.tt! CSJ* UJt nm, CMuHt C. C. Wright, salary ____ , 4SJ* Clapp's Master .Service, repairs ________ __ __ _____ Algona Fire Co., 1 fire — , BAND FUND Algona Military Band, levy SWIMMING POOL FUND Bob Williams et al, labor. Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. C. F. SPECHT, Attest: ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. HUM How Chickens Go Home to Roast The Legion Auxiliary meets th week Friday with Mrs. Roy Jensen. il Minutes Algona, la., October 26, 1933— City council met In regular session on this day ( at the city ball, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND Salaries % 939.00 Clean coal to give you mamimum heat per ton is the only grade we sell you. Be economical. See us first. ' V; - r Anderson Grain—Coal Phone 308. At M & St. L. Chicks by the thousand every day To Swift & Company wend their way. Cash on delivery—no delay That's the way the Swift mca pay. These chicks reside in four-room flats They gorge on milk and other fats. They eat much grain, they take oa ' weight They cackle much about their Crtev and call will be answered with enjoying good health, but died 2 minutes after a .heart attack. Sh is survived by her husband and te children, the youngest of which i ten years old. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Towers, who formerly lived southeast here. he names of presidents of the U. S. and the years they served. A paper on Citizenship will be read by Clara Drayton. Mrs. • J. . H. Warburton, Dakota, county' chairman of federated woman's club women is expected as a guest. Mrs. Elsie Lindemah, who has been with the Edward Riches two weeks, 'was at Humboldt last week from Thursday till Friday The Aeijelt Meyers, family, Ring- pted, spent Saturday at J. P, Nick. erson's, and the Lewis Lowmans Jr. were there Sunday. The William Rich, William Drayton, Arch Walker, Lewis Broesder Orville Holdren, Edward Rich and John Rich families, Eairl- ana Edith Rich and Cecil Bjustrom took the John Sabins by surprise and helped of : charge. Mr. Brown has • the store here. Norris Honored— irs and friends of the Methi held an afternoon nar- | church, basement to'honor Norris, ' who recently 80th birthday. A nice served, and a birthday presented to Mrs. Norris lurse. I Being Improved— . < Paulson recently bought the [jilace northeast of town owned by the Haglunds. low building a .4x32 house. jaer house, a poor affair, |[ast Christmas way. There the place. Removed from Eye— i Wescptt, who had his eye [some time ago, has spent •ew weeks in Mason City, had a cataract removed, to Mason City for fur- .gaturday. 'oil i-~i .11 can— i I Young, who liyes south of P'l from the top of a corn |t Monday, and'''was uncon- J« several hours. He is kept one of bis hips, which : injured. .Other Swea City. [hursday club held its regu- B at Wm. Lelan'd's Thurs- rs - Leland, Mrs. B_. C. Pet""» Mrs, Qlof Pearson fur- Rutlcdges Both Stricken— A. physician called to see Mrs. Wm. Rutledge recently reported her on the verge of sleeping sickness. During the last several weeks Mr. Rutledge has suffered two strokes, and has been, better, then, worse. Mrs. Rutledge has been bedfast all of the time. One of the celebrate their '20th wedding anniversary, which was Saturday. The guests brought well filled * dinner baskets. J. P. Nlckerson, who underwent an operation for double hernia at the Kossuth hospital a week ago Saturday, is out of danger and do- ins well. Russell, son of Mr .and Mrs. Leslie Walker, has .been having a time of it for weeks with an Infected finger, but it is better now. ADDING MACHINE BOLLS AT THE ADVANCE I'LL ASKTHE BOSS" IF HE WILL SELL US PRICE [the program, which was on 1 days. Mrs; Frank Worth, of s .'D., are visiting at J. »ss. Mrs. worth and Mr. |we brother anil sister. al property of the A. Rohlin is- to be fonaer home by J. E.. 'administrator., ':•'"" ADVANCE Jefore farm products go |to mai-kct, it peys to know what prices they will bring. With a telephone, the farmer can fed put at any time what the price is nnd he can B eU when the pric. BCCH-.S be.t. One c-ll ro ,y wake him enough extra to pay the co:. «f telepKone service f o* month* ot >-ear*, When plump, they're graded for the table, They're dressed and get a Premium label. Then nation-wide they quickly roam Demand will find for each a home. . "Fall-Grid*" D-X d«llv«r» ramirkabl* mflMg* .' • many »ior« milM p«r gallon. It i» an Improved D-X, a motor fual mad* o>pacially for this season of tho ysar. It starts instantly on tho cold mornings yot Klvos full oowor and milaago on tho warm days. In addition, "Fall-Grado" D-X providos non-carbon-forming uppor MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION cylinder lubrication-an exclusive fee- ture, fully protected by patents. D-X is the pioneer lubricating motor fuel of th* Middle West. Its amazing econo> mies, in mileage and in minimizing motor wear and repair expense, have never been equaled. Try "Fall-Grade" D-X ... it will say* you many, many dollars! At all Diamond stations. . In retail shops, when placed on view They soon appeal to me and you. H ERE, in a few simple rhymes, is the story of Swift & Company service tp the producer of poultry. To-be consumed, poultry and butter and eggs must reach those—often vast distances away—who do not produce them. More than 100 produce plants, many buyingstations and the whole Swift distributing organization work to make a nation- Swift's Premium label stamp* each. winner Which hies away for someone'* dinner. wide, cash market for produce. Expenses of handling are low. Produce and meats are sold by the same salesmen, cutting expense on all items. Prices paid to farmers are competitive and are governed by what consumers, through retailers, will pay for the entire supply offered. Sell your poultry, butterfat and eggs to Swift at Company. * ' Swift & Company Purveyor» of Fin* -Foodt • World's Fair visitors are cordially invited to go through the Swift plant i* Chicago. It U only thirty minutes on the South Side Elevated from downtown. You have until November 12 to visit the Fair I FAll-GRADEI Hetley 8»n*» St-tton.Comer Mo«re Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co.

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