Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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ADVAMCB. ALQONA, IOWA ANS f ttr* TO *«fgonal loan of 4100.00 r 1800.00 help solve your tiroblems? you to investigate Our loan plan on your lurni- } And livestock, As long , months to repay. Fill find our service prompt, sal, and confidential. Inlay for details without oh' CH CREEK IRCHMEET ELD SUNDAY! A COMFORTABLE REDUCING DIET N. KRUSE Algona Representing I Finance Co. Des Moinea tySINESS IIRECTORY IUTH COUNTY ADVAKCB • Newspaper Founded in 1901 a0 Second-Claw Matter SI, 1908, at the PoBtotttM na, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2. 1879. LAWYERS j Quarton H. W. Miller [QUABTOIT * MILLBB law Offices. Office 427, residence (14 Alfona, Iowa. J. L. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Iowa State Bank Bid*. i phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa , MeMAHON ft MNlf AH i Sullivan 8. B. McMahOt Ii. H. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. ,*. Office, 261; J. W. 8., 101 E McM., 408. Algona, Iowa Lotts Creek, Dec, 19—A Quarterly congregational meeting was held] Sunday afternoon at the church, 14 ] members absent. An envelope system was adopted for the coming 1 year. A committee, Nick Qengler,] Theodore Pompe, and Alex Radig, was elected for a get-together par. ty once a month during the winter at the school hall, All members of the congregation are invited to attend the meetings. No date has yet been set for the first meeting. Hugo (Faulstich, Louis HacWbarth, and William IF. Meyer have been elected to the finance committee.' Surprise for Kressin Twins— Mrs. Edw. Kressin was hostess at a surprise party at her home 'last week Tuesday evening in honor of her twin sons Ortwin and Orville, who celebrated their 16th birthday, 'and -Kenneth Kucker, whose 16th birthday fell on the same day. Attending: the Edward Kuckers, the Hugo Faulstichea, Alvin and Hertha iRuhnke, the August, .Ferdinand, and Clarence Bierstedts, all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin, the Otto 'Lieseners, the Arthur Kressins, Ferdinand Mittag, anc Harold Schmidt. Herman F. Schulte is Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (Potratz Mrs. Richard Fotratz, the latter's [children, were at Henry F. Schultz's (Friday evening, helping Mr. iSchultz celebrate his 62nd birthday. He is the father of Mrs. Herbert Fotratz. Others in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Meyer, daughter Helen, and the Herman Voights, Whittemore, Rosella Voight, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kucker, Whittemore. I Herbert Potratz Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Public Auction 287 Office over Postofflce. IHAKBINOTON * LOWE ; Harrington J. D. tow* daughter Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Attorneys-at-Law Schultz, son Charles, all of-Whit- R. J. H. 44* temore, Anna and iFrieda Reimers and Shelby Weishrod, of Fenton, and Reuben iLuedtke were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fotratz, the occasion being •Herbert's 23rd birthday and Mr. and Mrs. Potratz's first wedding anniversary. t VAN NESS, G. W. BTILLMAB Lawyers > over Iowa State Bank 118-W. Alg«na. low* Who wouldn't enjoy reducing with such an array of appetizing eatables u shown above. Research workers say it can be done; that this butineti of taking off weight need not be a hardship. Reiultt of a itudy supervised by Dr. Leo K. Campbell of Rush Medical college, Chicago, reveal the fact that a person can reduce and still completely satisfy his appetite. The diet used, of which the above foods, are typical, is as follows: cottage cheese; I slice of bread; 1 pat of butter; 1 glass of milk; .1 serving of fruit.' BOTTOM! Dinner—1 large serving of lean meat; 2 servings of Vegetables (1 cooked and 1 raw); 1 slice ft bread; 1 pat of butter:.! glass of milk; 1 serving of fruit. TOPi Breakfast—1 serving of fruit; 1 egg; 1 slice of toast; 1 pat of butter; coffee (black or with very little cream and iugar). CENTER I Luncheon—2 servlnss of vegetables (1 cooked and 1 raw); 1 small serving of lean meat, or 2 ergs, or 2 tablespoons , Bhumway . E. D. Kcttl BHUMWAY ft KELLY Attorneys-at-Law efftce in Quinby Block 68 ' Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL Atttorner-ftt'Law Office in Quinby Bulldln* Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITB Attorney-at-Law over Iowa State Bank. 206. Algona, low* P. A. DAN80N Attorn«y-At-Law over Iowa State Bank : Office, 460-J.; Ree. Ill CARROL A. WANDER " Attorney-at-L»w Office over Postoffice. ne 96 Algona, 4 CORNERS P.T'A, :PLAY is GIVEN AL ' GOOD HOPE CHURCH Four Corners, Dec. 19—^Members of the Union No. 7 P. T. A. gave a play, The Neighbors, .by Zana Gale, at the Good Hope Community room Friday evening. The children's rhythm -band played two numbers; (Noble Mitchell and George Lee, representing, Arkansas hill billies, sang, accompanied on a banjo; piano solos were played by Arlene Jones; songs were sung by John Sabin, William Drayton, and Edward Rich, representing cowboys, accompanied toy piano and guitar. The play was then given, and characters were: Grandma, Mrs. Wil.„... 'Ham Drayton; Mis' Abel, Mrs. No- week Monday evening. Teacher I When tne roll was called It was ible Mitchell; Mis' Trot, Mrs. Loyd Schmiel and Margaret Fiene were found that two little boys managed Gross; Mis Moran, Mrs. Edward also in attendance. There were to be present also! (Rich; Ezra Williams, Arthur Cruik- Christmas Program Sunday Evening There will be a Christmas program at the Lutheran church next Sunday evening at 7, given by the pupils of the Lutheran school. A choir, Margaret, Mildred, and Lorina Laabs, Lucille, lLoretta, and Lprina Meyer, Margaret and Ada Fiene, and Esther and iRuth Schmiel will sing two selections. Teacher William Schmiel will conduct the program. Surprise! for Mrs. Schmiel— A surprise party was given by the Aid and the husbands for Mrs. WOMAN'S CLUB FENTON, HAS UNIQUE PARTY Fenton, Dec. 19—The Woman's club held its annual Christmas party last -week Tuesday at Mrs. 'Sally Snyder's, Mrs. Pearl Lindsey assisting hostess. Invitations read: Come let's play we're children December twelfth; Dress 'like a child, bring a toy, and be yourself; And It by chance you sing, speak, or dance, Come prepared and we will give you a chance. These wete sent out by the pro- William Schmiel's 41st birthday last cher and Mrs. Hutchison T. C. Hutchison HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building tone 261 Algona DOCTORS JOHN N. KEWEFICK Phjrilelan and Surgeon Ofttc* over Rexall Drug Btor* Office phone 800 Re». phone S26. gram committee, •Mrs. Eva Boett Anna. Geronsln C. H. CRETZMEY.ER, M. D. Surgeon «d Physician, Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. low* P. T. JAN8E, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street •; Office, 666; residence, ••< Algona, Iowa games and stunts, after which lunch The party was opened with was served. .Richard Potratz cele- Christmas carols, after which old brated his 49th birthday annivers- childhood games wer e played, ary. Stunts by he "youngsters" caused much merriment, and when a vote Accident With Wringer Exported—I was taken, Mrs. Hattie Welsbrod's Edna Potratz had a paiful arm and Mrs. Alice Weisbrod's were vot- a, few days last week, caused when ed best, and each was presented the Sleeve of her jacket caught in with a Christmas stocking and a the wringer on a power washer, popcorn ball. The party was closed The Jacket was twisted so tightly with hot dog sandwiches and sur- around the arm that it was thought prise cakes served by the hostesse. at first that a 'bone was (broken. Bach member took a gift to the party, and they were sent to an orphans No Church Next Sunday— home at ottumwa. There will (be no church services here next Sunday morning, but Three Schools Give Plays- German Christmas services will be Three act plays were presented held on Christmas day, at the by students of the Burt, Fenton, and usual time, with English services Lone Rock high schools at the op- WALTER FBA8BB, H. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg.. Room 14. Phone No. 12 KELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon . Office in Postoffice Block Office, 197; re«ldenc«. I next Tuesday at 10 a. m. era house here Friday evening. Burt presented The Dummy: cast; Raclv No. A School Program Tomorrow— el ciapsaddle, Vera Chtpnmn, card- Helen McMahon, No. 6 teacher, ner Patterson, Charles Hanna, Ray- shank; Peter, Fred Plumb; Inez, Mrs. Genrich; Mrs. Ellsworth, Mrs. John Sabin. Free lunch was served after the play. Receipts were $17.75. There will be a P. T. A. meeting and Christmas program at the schoolhouse this week Friday afternoon. M. & D. Club Meets— The F. C. Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Ruby Walker, 18 members and two visitors attending. The opening songs were Silent (Night and Jingle Bells, and roll call was answered with Christmas quotations. The annual grab basket was opened, and the closing song was Christmas Carol. Other Four Corners. Mrs. Verla Lowman, daughter will give a program at her school- mond Carter. The Lone house this week Friday afternoon, group presented Rats; and parents of the children attend- Dacken, Jack Tibbets, Dorothy Rock Verne ing the school are invited. I Bierstedt, Dorothy Dacken. A farce given by Fenton was Hans Von W. B. ANDREWS, D. O. Nteopathle Phyilclam ud 8«t«M Located in General Hospital. Phone*: Office 187, R«i. M«. DENTISTS DB. H. V. OLSON Dentist. Got or novocaln* u«ed for «• fraction. Located over Chrlatenaen Store. Phone*; BuaSneu 168, reddenoa 4T» Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians Vf*»t State Street, Algona Phonw: Office, 476-W.; re«. 4T8-B, Daughter tor Martin F. Meyers— smash: August Meyer, Lloyd Cor- Mr. and Mrs, Martin F. Meyer ne m VL B i Lola Warner, Verabel Ulfers, are parents of a girl, born Oecein- Oscar Berkland, Maynard Jentz, her 13, which provides a sister for Donna jean Bailey. Between-act the eon Donald. specialties included The Wedding of Peggy and Zach, August Meyer, Other .Lott* Creek. clarence Yager, Lola Warner; Mehi- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz. ita |, e i willlam Hantlemari, Robert were; Sunday evening guests of'Mr.'|'g cnwa : r t z . The Manicurist, Dorothy and Mrs. Chris Meyer. The Otto ' ~ Wichtendahls were at Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer's for dinner. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Wicbtendahl are sisters. They were accompanied home by 'Dorothy Wichtendabl and Esther Geitzena'uer, who had visited the Meyers since Saturday., The Merrill Culbertsons accompanied August Meyer and his daughters Se'lma and Alma, Fenton, as far as Wells, Minn., to visit relatives. Mr. Meyer and his daughters went on to Rochester, where Selma was to consult a specialist. Mesdames Edward Kressin, Herman Mittag, John Schallin, Adam and Edwin Liefo, and Emi'lie Heidenwith attended a St. Paul's Aid meeting at Whittemore last Thurs- Jacqueline, and Mildred Robinson returned last Monday from visits with relatives at Spencer, Milford, and Spirit Lake. Mrs. C. N. Robinson, who has >een sick with the flu, is greatly mproved. The Lewis Lowmans Jr. were Sunday visitors at J. P. Nickerson's, lay. Mr. INSURANCE KOS8UTH COUNT! MUTUAL INSUBANCE ASSOCIATION .Over »16,W)0,QOO worth, of insurance to force, A home company. Saw Secura, P, D. Paxson, Secretary ADVANCE and Mrs. William Wetzel Lola Warner. There was a piano trio, Donna Jean Bailey, Bvlyn Radlg, Esther Smith, and the Cookie Soldier, a drill was given by the pupils of the Fenton third and fourth grades. Leglon-Aux Joint Meeting— The Legion-Auxiliary held a Join meeting at the Legion rooms last week Monday evening, and it was voted to purchase silverware and other equipment for the kitchen The Auxiliary held a carpet rag be at Mrs. W, R, Wolfe's Friday and attending w«re Mesdames August Nelson, Karl Neilson, Edward Ohm, Hans Baago, E. C. Fauerby, and O. H Graham. The rags will be sent to the veterans hospital at Knoxviue. Fenton Wins from Ledyard— The high school quints won a The society voted to hold a birthday good fight. It was outclassed in jeight but not in shooting; .ability;. The locals did not give up when Ledyard was ahead, but kept right on ;rying, and wnen the final whistle ispent Monday with the former's mother, Mrs, John Genrich, of-Lu Verne,, and also visited Mr. and Mrs, Walter Genrich there. Mrs. JoWshutt, of North Dakota, came recently for a visit at Fred Lieb'e. She is a relative of Mr. Oieb, and the Shutts formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph. Pertl and the Arthur Zumachs drove to Boone Saturday to attend toe wedding of a relative of Mrs. Zumach. Many of the children here were at Whittemore Saturday to see Santa ClauB, Arlend, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, has been eicfe. Henry Myer's health has of late greatly improved. they were ahead. Santa Claus visited Fenton Saturday afternoon, and an unnusually large crowd of youngsters was on hand to welcome him. Kach child received a generous treat. W. B, Laage has moved to his farm, which was tenanted by the Maurice Wallaces, and the Wallaces have moved to the Peterson farm vacated by the Laages. The Evening Bridge club was entertained at Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ohm's last Thursday evening. F. P. Newel won the high score, and H. A. Reimers was low. The Amps Finnestads entertained their BOO club last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Fred Jentz won the high score; Clarence 'Wegener, consolation. *..„ ...«,.. - , , The New Deal bridge club was en-1 nair of basketball games from the tertained by Mrs. Amos Flnnestad ** * - _ _ _ . :!_„ — -. loaf I . _ T- ._ __ i_t_i. A Hir**a Bend Movie Flayed, »ev. F. W. W'hitford, M dist pastor, bad a communication in last week's West Bend Journal pro testing !'t>h,e showing of Jor. TMapw picture® in our town," Appajrently his .protest was arouspd by 9 !Hr cept niwe, but he did not say what jt was, teams here last The first teams' week Monday night, and Mrs. Reeder received a travel] trong Ledyard Thursday night score was 81-27, and the local second prlzei earn won by a score of 23-18. Both Blma Krueger went to Fairmont games were hard-fought and were Sa t ur day to help clerk at a Wool- nobody's games till tjie end. worth store during the holidays. • —- . Raymond Wessel returned Saitur- Santa Claus Visits Fenton— . f extended visit with his The F. H. Eiglers toad a visit test ^ ther La Uren ce ait Corwlth. Thursday from Mrs. Eiglers niece Mrg B ^mae, Burt, spent sev-| and nephews, Elaine, Jack, alia L ra i days last week with her daugh- Woodrow Nellls. of New York. They erai a y came by car and expect to spend a month with relatives here, at Burt, r, Mrs. S. B. Straley. and at Algona. the church basement; Mary Kohlstedt, Mrs. John Light, Mrs. Fred JUuss. Mrs. Harry Haase. The society voted to hold a birthday tea every month, beginning In Jan-1 uary. Other Fenton News The Fenton first toad &w* lw#. sft first, but soon srot etarted^. Fenton and Ledyard and ?;t ifhe ha« were ^-12 in favor of the locate- Fenton led durtof the enttre second half- The Asa Warners' Ledyard, vlsl- id Mr. Warner's mother. Mrs. Har. ry Warner, Saturday. i Kenneth Stephensons, Algona, j Sunday guests of Dr. and !"'" S. W. Meyers, This advertisement is intended for farmers who intend to hold a public sale this winter, and itt object is to provide a form calling for everything the printer will need to make a good bill and a good ad. Interested farmers should clip this advertisement and save it till they need it. When you are ready, Juit fill out this form and take it to your printer. Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1—It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to quiC fanning and move to town." Give your reason here: .___-_-_«_ ; .-„„_.. »B?«.-. 2—Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm. (Do not say "Fhri miles northwest of Algona"—say, "Pour miles west and one mile north of Algona").-_ ~—-- 3—Give day and date of sale , . ._.._ •,-. _—___.--_-.-w 4—Give hour when sale is to begin _.._ -w-. >_• ---~..«..___ 5—What about lunch, if any? •_• -.a« __—_._.-._.._i=-._.w..~.— 6—How many horses?-.! Describe each animal, with weight and age, and It you have any out* standing horses or teams give particulars...-.^ •_._•.-._•.-._;.»-•___.-— 7—How many cattle? ..—.Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy cows, purebred or good grade beef cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles away will know only what you tell him in your bill and ad. 8—How many hogs? Do as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to know yourself if you were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going to close out. Let the printer sweat if yours is a long bill—the price Will be the same anyhow — 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?.. 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? . •— 12—Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete list. In these automobile days .» grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away —— 13—Miscellaneous ; —— A 14—See your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many months?. 15—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) ___i~,---— 16—How large an ad do you want? (The usual size is one-fourth page). recommended for sale* wher« considerable property to t«> be aold. 17—Your name. 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk •ale ; Clip this advertisement and put it whew yo* «* M » when you get m«y to pwpwt V>W ««i f *i* •» ' "'*r -•'.'' ' - • - • ,i !•••••> ••••••••••••••••••^aiMMMBlMi

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