Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 9
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IB, »M. ( ,atid China Sow north It to buy through you od to MOII BOW, be ?h|B »ale. Gilts weigh- tnis »* ,. The beftt (10r K promptly after lunch. TEEMS—Cash. C.JHOUSEMAJT L H. S. Done*" 1 «nd Oeo, Endcrknecht, Ancte. STOUT SALE e-half mile east and two i north of Burt FEB. 19 onsisting of cattle, hors! mules, machinery, and Starts at 12:80 O'clock FARM BUREAU WOMEN BUSY IN MEETINGS The Methodist Bible Searchers S. class meets next Tuesday at Mrs. L. E. Potter's. Mrs. -Hillard Abbas was hostess to German township woman's project leadens last week Monday at an •all-day -training school. Housecleaning was studied. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. William Kardoes next Wednesday when home sanitation will be studied and home laundry problems discussed. At the meeting with Mrs. Abbas she was surprised with a handkerchief shower as a farewell. The Abbas family will move to Minnesota March 1. The following leaders attended this meeting: Mosdames Guy Barton, John A. Sleper, Jacob Hof- Ibauer, William Kardoes, Henry Meindera, Root. Bunkofske, Kobus TJaden, and Clifford Anderson. Vergie Kardoes and Sena E. Tjaden also attended. Harrison-Swea Meeting. Twenty-six women attended a Harrison-Swea all-day training school last week Tuesday at Mrs. J. Hi Warner's, Harrison township, Home laundry problems and acquiring a comfortable 'bed were studied. Attending from Harrison township were Mesdames J. M. Dye, Harold (Roba, T. F. Johnson, L. C. Hatten, Bert Carr, O. D. Simmons, J. J. Anderson, Chas. Gerber, Harold Carr, and George Wilker. Louise M. Simmons also attended. •Mesdames S. C. Robinson, George Harner, C. A. Jensen, J. H. Larson, Harvey Knudson, B. S. Bergeson, J. E. Harner, Mrs. F. Moats, J. iva Moats, B. E. Berggren, Floyd Treat, Harry W. Linde, and Gus Torino attended from Swea township, and Eunice Jensen also attended. Thia group plans a soap-making demonstration soon. FARM NEWS W. J. Payne, Editor C. II. Klamp, Don Stiles Field KQSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE NIN»\ •Mrs. Herman Droosman, 1% mile wost and 2% miles north of Ti- tokna, was Retting ready Mom ay to givo a shower that night for Dorothy Intermill. Eighty neifh- bprs ami other friends had been n- vited, and a program was to be given by men, who were to stalge "A Womanless Wedding." dirl Harms was to take the part of bride, and Raymond Pannkuk -was to .bo bridegroom. Miss Intermill lives a half mile north of the Dvcesmans. Where Attack Was Made IS: Cash, or anker. see your H. Gehrtz , 0. RIDDLE, Auctioneer art Savings Bank, Clerk 'oland China (red Sow Sale [Thursday, February 22 60 Head lost of these sows ,are i Blue Eagle, son of the -Burt Women Meet. Mrs. Robt. Skilling was hostess to the Irvington township Farm Bureau home project women last week Wednesday at an all-day meeting, when home laundry problems were studied. Attending were Mesdamee Carl Hutchins, Fred Geigel, Harry Seely, A. li. Benschoter, M. B. Blanchard, and Alice Duryea. Home laundry problems were studied by Greenwood-iRamsey home project women Jast Thursday at the Bancroft schoolhouse, and attending were Mesdames John Berbers, Henry W. Schueler, Thos. J. Murphy, Ray Miller, Henry Rus- temeier, Edw. Droessler, and Henry Fox. -Mary Mescher, Regina Schiltz, and Esther Schiltz also attended. Dramatic activities interest this group. At a February Farm Bureau meeting this week Tuesday evening a 40-minute comedy play was given under the direction of Mrs. Miller. Ledjrard Training School. H. R. Ricklefs, five miles northwest of Titonka, has installed new milking machine. He is milking 14 cows at present, but will have 18 in a short time. His coirs are Holstcins, mostly purebrec s, and he also has 17 young cattle, lie- sides _50 Spotted Poland Chimls. Mr. Ricklefs raises more than 100 hogs a season. He owns the ISO- acre farm he lives on, but renlts 50 acres more. H. R. remarked that he bought his new milker to save time and be able to do his farin work alone. Ho is renting 20 acres to the government, * * _ Lu Verne formerly had an actilre livestock shipping association, blit it drifted into disuse. Now it has been revived, a reorganization, meeting having taken place a week ago Saturday. Frank Biegger was elected president; J. 0. Marty, vico; Arthur Hof, aecretary-,treas- urer; executive committee, Biet- ger, Marty, Edw. Lcnz, and Paul and Lawrence Miller. The execji- tive committee will pick a ina; ager. * * » Mrs. Paul Leavcrton, coun BDA, recently released news th£t • , •- - d organized a new 4-H club, a name for which is to he selected at the •second meeting this week Saturday. —Courtesy DCS Moines Register. '"PHE ROBINSON F-AIRM HOUSE is situated on a country lane off x No. 18, just east of the McCorkle farm home and Joins the McGregor street road near the M. & St. IL. crossing. There is little traffic on the lane, which has sometimea been dubbed "Lover's 'Lane." west of Swea City, and the Robi- sons will farm 60-50 with the doctor. August and his wife "have one child, Joan, age one. • * * • The Harry iSabin farm, four miles south and one mile west of Algona, will ibe tenanted this season by Mr. and Mrs. Alex McLean, jiow of Irvington, after March 1. This is known as the old Jim Stewart iplace, and it is Just across the road from the iSabin home. • * * * Esther Neuroth, near Wesley, came last week Wednesday to help with Uhe housework at Mrs. Ralph 'Brown's, two miles south of Al- gona. Mrs. (Brown, who has been sick three weeks with rheumatism and complications, Is now slowly on the mend, under the constant care o£ a doctor, * * * * A. J. Brown, south of Algona, spent last week with hia daughter, Mrs. Wayne Keith, Burt, where he helped the Keith boys 'put up ice. * * * * A Mrs. Hall, Jefferson, and a small .son are spending a couple of weeks with the former's niece, Mrs. Jena Kirkgaard. The Kirkgaarda fliye on the Brown dairy farm, ten miles and a half south of Algona, where Mr. Kirkgaard, a native of Denmark, la herdsman. Mrs. Hall is a sister-in-law of W. Earl Hall, Mason City, editor of the Globe-Oa* zette, and Mr. Hall is an uncle of Mrs. Kirkgaard. The Kirkgaard* have one child, Mary Anne, agi one. They were formerly employed at the Rose Dale Dairies, Fort Dodge. The Advance;— Does mimeographing that can hnnlly be told from the original typed copy. Von will bo amazed at the superior wofk done* at such reasonable price. and Mrs. Humphrey's mother, Mrs. Lillian Howe, Gilmore City. They returned Friday. • * * * -Mrs. Charles Egel, near Irvington, is confined to bed with bronchitis, which she has weeks. Doctor Janse, reports her improving. had two of Algona, • * • * We were at the Vic Lenertz farm brld gle." champion, "Black Sale starts at1:00 Im. on farm south of Rolfe. bme. |H. F. OLERICH & SONS Eolfe, Iowa The girls are Marjorie Stenberff, Marjorie Oswald, Hazel Loge, Maf-- ian Nelson, Norvina Garvick, Thelma Berg, Ollie Nelson, Alma Sheldahl, Rose Wilcox, and Zella Eicji- horn, and Mrs. Ray Eichhorn s leader, with Zella as assistar Their first meeting was held Mrs. Thoa. Berg's January 20, when they elected officers: ipresideit, Hazel Loge; vice, iLillie Nelsoi ; secretary, Rose Wilcox; newspap reporter, Marjorie Oswald; histo ian, Marjorie Stenberg. * * » » L. J. 'Lowman, who pwna the well improved quarter-section where t3Je first -house stands on the north side of iNo. 18 west of the Hobarton road intersection, left Monday by auto with his brother George fcr Colfax, dll. Mr. Lowman, wlio came here 26 years ago, lost Irs wife three years ago, and last sun.- mer he lost his son Roy, who lived on the farm. Another son, Lous Jr., now "has it, and "Roy's widovr, Verla, and her baby, born after Roy's death, have gone to live witjh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. JjT. (Robinson, in the same neighborhood. During the last year or two 'L. J. has spent most of his time with three brothers and other he bought. There are a great many rocka on the plowed ground, and it was a fierce job to dig them out. And talk about a long pile of wood. John showed us stumps he pulled out with a "cat" tractor, as he calls it, afld worked up into firewood which he has found great :or heating. He has been stock- ng his farm with purebred Shorthorns of the milking type, and be VYK wcrc ^ um yit> ^ i|mu now has 28 Heifers. He bought lpriday and found Mr. Lenertz three from Elmer Arnold, southeast ' of Klemme. John did a good job of showing us around, and he did not forget a new baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. McGuire now have four daughters. * * * Ben Beenken, a half mile west and five miles north of Titonka, was getting ready Monday to take his boy Harold, 12 years old, to Iowa City, where Dr. Arthur Steiner is treating Harold's right leg, |llllllllllhllll»lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ | CLOSING OUT [FARM SALE : As I am going to quit farming I will sell the following personal property at | public auction at tbe farm four miles east of Algona on McGregor road, 1 mile • s south and 3 west of Sexton, and 3-4 mile north of Rich Point, on [Tuesday, February 20th SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK about down and out with a severe cold. He lives two miles west of Irvington and farms 113 acres, 90 acres of which is tillable land. Vic milks nine cows, and his wife has a iflock of 300 or more chickens. Both are hard-working people, and in spite of Mr. Lenertz'a years he is still able to keep up with the rest of the farmers. which has some time. been in a Harold had caat for infantile Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage, two miles northeast of Irvington, have found a way of getting a little Eight project leaders met with Mrs. Delbert Hunt for a third training school Friday, and_ borne laundry problems were studied. Attending were Mesdames W. H. 'Barger, E. A. Junkermeier, Oscar Swanson, Joe Mayne, Alfred Zielske, and Mrs. Leonard Mino. Irene, . , Junkermeier also attended. Alice,tives farming near Colfax, and •---•- - • 'George, who came here with bun O A N S UP TO $300.00 ould a personal 'loan of $100.00, flO.OO or $300.00 help solve your hancial problems? • fe invite you to investigate our Irsonal loan plan on your furni- re, auto and livestock. Aa long I twenty months to repay. You will find our service prompt, oaomical, and confidential. Inure today for details without oblation. —See— federal Finance Co. ) Dea Moincs Bldg. Des Moinee, la. H. N. KRUSE praiser Alton*, low* Maye, club' leader, attended after school and received complete materials for the Crant Peppy Workers 4-H club. recently, is one of them, >L. J. WE •brought up in the Colfax neighbo liood. Sooth Cre»co paralysis when he was two years old, but he is improving. His brother Ben Jr. and sister. Kate were to go to Iowa City also. * * * Frank Weydert, 60, five mMes south of the county farm, who died (February € of cancer of the stomach, lhad been bedfast two months and sick for >the past two years. He was an uncle of Joe and John Weydert southwest of Algona. » » * Edward Mawdsley, (popular farmer near Irvington, has a fine herd of shorthorns, 15 of which are producing milk. There are 3« head in ithe cornstalks. Mr. "Mawdsley is also a black Poland China hog breeder, and at present he is feeding 160. A widower, Mr. Mawdsley lost his wife in the same accident dn which the late Mr. and Mrs. Ives were killed by a Milwaukee train. He and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, who help with the farm work and keep house, live on a higlhly improved farm which Mr. Mawdsley owns. * » • • We dropped in recently to see Mrs. Thos. Chilton, one of our old subscribers who lives just one mile north of Irvington, on her farm. Mrs. Ohilton has made a few improvements in tier home in the last year, including electricity. more than market prices for their pouttry. We were there last Thursday and found them packing a barrel of 100 dressed chicken for the Chicago market. The barrel would reach ithe city in a day, and the Lages receive several cents a pound more for chickens than if sold locally. * • * * Irvington will lose one of its families March 1, When the Martin Beckers, including five children, will move from the present home three miles northeast of Irvington to the C. A. Samson farm, four miles southeast of Burt. This is a 200-acre place. • * * * Mr. and Mrs. August (Robison are moving this sipring 1 from the Home Robison farm, five miles east of Irvington, to a place owned by Dr. (Richard Thompson, Burt, dentist. The new home is nine miles north- | Three Head of Horses H Black gelding 10 yrs. old, wt. 1300; bay gelding, smooth mouth, wt. 1600; bay as mare, smooth mouth, wt. 1400. || MMHMMHHHHH^HMHMMBHM^^BHMHMMHHMHMH^ 1 Farm Machinery, Etc. • • I Nearly new John Deere corn picker, with Ford engine; John Deere grain ele- | vator, with hoist and power; McCormick 8-ft. grain binder; Deering mower, 6-ft.* i with giant frame; Case 2-row cultivator; 2 Deere single-row cultivators; 4-sectibn s drag; Dane hay stacker and buck; Oliver 14-in. gang plow; La Crosse 16-in. sulky i plow; John Deere 9-ft. disc; manure spreader; Nova gas engine, 5 h. p.; wide tirei E wagon with triple box; narrow tired wagon with triple box; iron wheel wagon; E hay rack; 2-hole ear corn slicer; 11-ft. seeder; 12-ft. Deering hay rake; bob 5 sled; hand corn sheller; barrel cart; 2 wooden barrels; iron barrel; soap kettle;' E 20-gal. meat jar; walking plow; kitchen range; Cole's Hot Blast heater; 2 sets § britchen harness; set low hame harness; fly nets; 9 horse collars; stock saddle s and bridle; 500-ear seed corn rack; 2 hay slings; and other articles too numer- 5 ous to mention. TERMS: Cash, or see clerk before sale, tied for. No property to be removed until set- YOURS FOE SERVICE Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal HOLTZBAUEB'S TIN SHOP 119 S. Dodge Phone 88 Mrs. William Runchey made a Shipment of dressed ducks to Chicago Tuesday. 'The Henry Essera, "Whltttmore, will move March. 1 to a farm near Valley City, eaett of Des Moines. -Mrs. Eseer Is Eunice, daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Ben Gerber. The George Brazees took Geo.'s father to Cylinder Sunday to visit a daughter. Arthur Wlldtn was brought home Sunday from the Kossuith hospital, but goes bock dally to have the stump of the leg which -was recently amputated dressed. The body of Edward BradweJl was taken to Plover lost week Wednesday for funeral services and burial. [The M. C. and Gordon Worater [families, Mrs. Bradwell, 'her three bons, Bert, Joe, and Earl, all of North Dakota, aecomppanled the body, returning (the same evening. Clifford, eldest son of Mr. amd Mrs. M. C. Worster, returned Monday evening to his sltudlea at the SU11 college of osteopathy, Dea Moines, after the week-end at home. Mrs. AVta Potter Stiles, Charles City, Is a great sufferer with arth- rltls. Her mother, Mrs. Martha Potter, returned Tuesday f rom Since February 1 Mr. and OrviHe Holdren have been itenan of the Krantz farm in the Doan neighborhood, formerly tenanted t the Byron Asas. Mrs. Asa, daughter of Mr. Krantz, and h< husband have moved to anothf farm owned by her father, nej south of the farm the Holdrerjs •have. Orville, who will work Mr. Krantz, is a big, husky _fello able to do bis share of a/11 kinds c work. Mrs. Holdren is a daughtc farmers must occasionally take •time out to serve on the jury. L. A. Johnson, two miles south of Irvington, reported last Thursday to serve on the ipetit jury -at Algona. Mr. Johnson lives on a well improved half-section. A. * * • • Butterfield, a mile south of lew and Used »Financed Hyour present payment! Jre too high we will reft, your car for you, 'eatmeSl "* COUrt * W 125, 'WOOL fcgfcest market Hides and Wool Charles City, after a week there. Josephine, and Rosalia Blsen- bartth entertained a. group of boy and elrl friends at a valentine party Friday evening. After games, ice cream wnd cake were served. One of the Eteohen boys, near has a Us-hA caee of scarlet fever. He Is reported recovering/ George Aradorfer ihas a bad case at the grippe. Others have the «une .thing >or colds. This week Wednesday is the b tag of Lenit, an church, services be held at 8:30 8- m - Du ring .-^ itihfcre will be servifees Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday evenings at • '®lla Simons left for Jowai City Friday tor examination of 'her knees, and another operation was perform- en Monday. She had trouble with few tenses since she was a child, ana *wo year ago she 'had an operation at the eaine place. ' Mr. an4 Mrs. Jloy Ptekens aiuJAJ- of Arthur Walker, of the Lot Creek neighborhood, and h grandfather was one of the mo4t prominent pioneers in that sectio while her father and uncles no farm land there which bas beeh in Walker hands many years. . * • • • We notice that Robert Kain has set up a pioneer style of bungalo|j on Kain land across the road from the Krantz Tioldings, in We (Doan neighborhood, and that re and wife make their headquarters there. The Kain boys are farming land opened by their grandfatne:-, Patrick Kain, in early days m Koi,- •suth. Grandfather Kain was one of the founders of the AQgona <Catl - olic church, and before that He helped hold mission meetings even In the blizzardy weather that was part of the history of that pioneer (neighborhood. •R E. Moyer, who had a long re<j- ord as a No. 1 farm hand before t- started farming lor himself on tt™ Owen .place last year, yriH mova March 1 to a larger farm whici will be vacated by Herman BJeict, north of Burt. This is the former Adams farm. We did not learn where the Bleichs are going. C. J. Houseman, 2% miles northeast of Armstrong, announces hif" annual Poland China bred sow sale which will take place at the f-" next Wednesday. Fifty sows toe offered. Mr. Houseman is old and reliable breeder, one of th few who did not drop out of ,,, ww Arwtorfer, Algona, Sunday afternoon at (Brail Arnaoi- » Oobeen, M<mly, has been vi- •hls al*er,"Mis. Juton Am- ago Broken'« , of I4yennore ft weejc Saturday Boss Clark «nd Ws tolling a log out of ,»aftWft and cfcun, ankle. game after the war^ spree. C H Gebrtz, a half mile east an<. two miles north of Burt, will have a closing out farm sale next Mon day, beginning at 12:30 p. m. Doan Methodist men are to a play at the Ooan church, north o Sexton, this week Friday night The title role will be played bJ Byron Asa, who will bej«enry» » Henry's Mail-Order Wife. Ttt ••wife" role will be 'played by Olif ford Hoover, and everyone eays b* will be "good." Parties put on tn i 6f this church are rea, awaited particularly b/Jtbo and a crowded B to see this .p: Irvington, will move March 1, with his family, to a new home on a farm owned by former supervisor J. M. Moore, 6f Algona. The place is located four miles north and a half mile west of Hobarton. This farm contains 320 acres of fine land. * * » * We called on the Percy Schichtls last week Wednesday. They live on a farm a half mile east of Irvington. Percy and his wife have a son, Jerry, age one year, and it is interesting to know that both his grandmothers and great-grandmothers are (living. On Ihis mothers side his grandmother, iMrs, Otto Ramus, lives at Lu Verne, and his great-grandmother, Mrs. Anna Sankey, lives at Irvington, where she operates a grocery. On his father's side bis .grandmother, Mrs. V. J. iSchichtl, lives Just east of Irvington, and his great-grandmother, Mrs. Robison, lives with the M. ii. Roneys, east of Irvington. Grandma Robison is 80. * • * * E. E. Bradwell, father of Mrs. W. C. Worster, five miles southwest of Algona, died February 4 at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Bradwell, who was 86, had been troubled with arthritis and heart disease. Four other children, Bert, Earl, and Joe, of Valley City, N. D., and Erma, Minneapolis, came for the funeral. Another daughter, who lives in North Dakota, was unable to attend. The Worsters will move March first to a farm now occupied by the 'Louis' Germanns, one-fourth mile east and one mile north of their (present home. * * * • Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, one mile south of Algona on No. 189, HOW ONE WOMAN LOST 1 OLE. IN A WEEK Mrs. Betty iLuedeke of Dayton, writes: "I am using Kruschen to reduce weigiht—I lost 10 pounds in one week and cannot say too much to recommend it." To take off fat easily, safely and quicldy take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast— an 85c bottle lasts 4 weeks—Get it at E. W. Lusby's or any drug store in America. If this first bottle fails to convince you this is the easiest, safest and surest way to lose fat—money back. D. M. Long, Prop. = COL. C. 0. RIDDLE, Auct, IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk ti llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil SPECIALS and their two small children, Nathan and Merle, left last week Wednesday for Kamrar to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ruth Gerber, also the Earl Howes at 'Stratford, Sugar Cured Slab Bacon, Ib. Whole Pepper, Ib. Ground Pepper, Ib. Pancake Flour, 3 1-2 Ib. bag Golden Syrup, 10 Ibs. Our Steel Cut Coffee, Noodles, 2 1-lb. bags Lrg. Gold Dust, pkg, Lewis Lye, 3 cans Lux Flakes, 3 pkgs. Sunkist Oranges, dozen 10 qt. Creant Can 12 qt. Milk Pail 10 bars White dry Soap •MMiiiiiiiiiiuiiin Public Sale Being unable to find a suitable farm for the coming year I have decided to have a closing-out sale on the C. P. Hayne farm, four miles west and one-half mile north of Algona; seven miles east and one-half mile north of Whittemore, on gravel road, on Monday, February 19, 1934 SALE TO COMMENCE AT 1 O'CLOCK Four Head of Horses . One gray gelding, wt. 1550; one bay gelding, wt. 1650; one gray gelding, wt. 1400; one bay mare, wt. 1500. All are good work horses. Eight Head of Cattle be The ReT Fremont Faul, Titonka, is the popular^.pastor. j on n MoBuire. a few »lot of hard mite the If a boy likes a girl, that's his business— If a girl likes a boy, that's her business—. If you'd like a windmill, that's my business, t Lt WALSH Lone Hock, Iowa 81 years 1 r «}''. ",.. /> W ,>rt- : C. S. JOHNSON Six railch cows—all good milkers and will be fresh in April; 2 good yearling heifers. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Buckeye wagon and box; truck wagon with hay rack; Galloway spreader NpY 5; Bisection harrow; Osborn 8-ft. disc; 2 John Deere single row cultivators; In,* ternational corn planter with 12Q, rods of wire; MoCorjnick mower 5-ft. cutj' 1 Deering grain binder, 8-ft. cut; John Deere endgame seeder with cart; 164n.eJi Emerson sulky ploy; 14-in. John Deere gang plow; 10-ft. hay rake; drag cartj wagon box; cream cooler; 3 oil barrels; chicken coops; set of breeching harness; set of back pad harness; bob sled; hand corn sheller; 150 ft, hay rope; many other articles. TERMS: Cash or see your banker, wUHjP^ ^JH^ ^d^^ TJif ^^^P ^B^H ^W^^ ^^^^TMP ^HW^^W^^H^B ^T^HP^ W ^ flB^P^^W TT^P5^T^B? 1 ' li'<f &>••''

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