Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 3
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ng KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE THHBBi lTTEMORE 10-Sevenity. Principal of Seneca H. S. Accepts Job at Swea City evening Lcetfii- Bate Dorothy Holdenwltb Wilbur and an'Kuecker drove to Algonia to t her. She was taken home Sat- iy morning. NCW Y. P. S. Hembera- •bo Y P. S. held a monlthly meet. last' Thursday evening in the ,ool Ml and 5 new members join[They are Raymond and William er Harold Voight, Norbert Zu- and Verda Meyer. The enter- Lent committee for this month ester 'Baas, William Meyer, Her- Schumacher Esther OStwaJd, Gode, and Bernlce Balge- r Go to CCC CamP— 1 local boys jodnod the ration army and test .last week _ay. They are Henry, son of , and Mrs. F. O. Hahn; Edward, of Mrs. Margaret Heller; Vir• son of Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn WH- and John Jr. son of Mr. and , John Keeno Sr. nil Funeral in Illinois— , and Mrs. Theodore Knedit, Joseph Loebach and Charles i left Saturday for Lenore, 111. (attend funeral services for Mrs mry Salz who died Friday follow- f an operation. She was a slster4n ' of M.rs. Kncclvt, Mrs. Loebach I Charles Salz. Seneca, Apr. 10—Gladys Buorkins H. 6. principal at Seneca for five years, has accepted a position as an instructor in the Swea 'City consolidated school next year. Miss (Bucr- kins is highly respected in this community and haa rihown outstanding teaching ability during her term here. It is not known at present who will fill the vacancy. Superintendent Reyrnan has been Teelected with a raise in salary, and the remaining teaching staff has been reelected as follows: (Miss (Ballet, high school instructor;Ger- .trude Rooky, seventih and eightlh grades, Miss Beflirends, of Bancroft, fifth and sixth grades, Marjorie Sherman, (Bancroft, third and fourth grades, and Miss Carlisle, of "Whittemore, the primary grades. Surprise for Hans Wilberg— Hans Wilberg was -surprised at his homo Thursday afternoon by a group of relatives and friends who came to help celebrate (his 70th birthday anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg, Mrs. Harry Widdel and son Jimmie, of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Ringated; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben ILarsen and son, Armstrong; Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. Anna Os- iborn, Mrs. Linus Jensen and " daughter Beverly, the C. M. Thomp- 'and Mr. and Mrs. August Bier- tedt.. Willing Workers Club Meets- Mrs. Anna Osborn entertained Ibe "Willing Workers clu/b at her lome Saturday afternoon. The pro- jram was scripture reading by tfarjorie (Brown; violin selection >y Hazel Weidbrod, of Fenton, ac- iompanied at the piano by her sis- er, Mrs. Clarence Osborn; reading >y Opal Nelson; and a piano duet )y Mrs. Clarence Osborn and -Paulne Osborn. Broken Ankle Nearly Healed— Donald Hoine returned to school ast week after an absence of two weeks necessitated (by a broken ankle received when ihe fell out :he hay loft at the Emil Eimersi Sunday evening. Dolores Murphy of Fairmont, returned homo last week, afl.f-r n week with her grandparents! Mr and Mrs. RIO. Saumlcrs, and oilier relatives here. Gladys Huerluns, high school Ladies' Aid will i), 0 entertained t I' red Brown's next week Thursay aftemoo. Mrs. Linus Jensen and daughter Beverly spent Sunday at Jens Hal- Ihome. Donald was forced to crutches a few days at school. use lends Brother's Funeral- Mr, ana Mrs. W. T. Fieh. and eon Kz, went to Minneapolis (to attenc i funeral of Mrs. Fish's brother B. Schaefer, who died eudden lot heart trouble. In ftine Sehokter Tnily In the past six months *h«w jve been 3 deaths, all brothers |Mrs. Fish. Hit Sister at Onkdata— Mrs. Leo Kollasch and Lutattlb rim drove to Iowa City laat ' Tuesday and returned Friday. visited-their sister Mary Alma Srlen, n,\lho Is at Oakdato. They re accompanied honve toy Harold pDonedl, who was a patient at > hospital at Iowa City. Care for Mother— fames Geelan drove to Fort Dodge •"^y to visit at P. j. Schiltz'B. J. ScMltz has been quite 1 her daughter, Mrs Jamea i has been there to assist with ring for her mother. Mrs Goeton lurned with Mr. Geelan Sunday. ' trcated members of Rre Department to a keg toy ^enine wfhen «iey ttelr monthly meeting. The gift lnT^ 1U ° n ° f tte 1 ulck h PutUng out a fire art fee s a couple of weeks fcifito. Girl Born to Hoy Lees— Mr. and Mrs. Koy Lee, of Algona are parents of a seven-pound girl Both Mr. and Mrs. Lee formerly lived in this vicinity. Mrs. Lee was formerly Mary Cooper. Other Seneca News. Mrs. Anna Osborn entertained a' dinner last week Wednesday evening the Martin, George and iRalpl Jensens, all o£ Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. J. (H Jensen and son Teddy Lester Osborn, Bob Goetsch, Mrs Jennie Jensen and son Vernon, Mr and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. "William F. (Brown and sons of Armstrong. The George Jensen family _o Ringsted, the (Louis Appelt family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Augus Nelson and daughter (Betty wer dinner guests Sunday at Mille Jensen's. Eldora Dau, of Whittemore, i employed at Albin Nelson's sine rincipal, and Nels Cliristcnscn pent the week-end at the former's uraital Ihome in Polla. The Oscar Norland family ,yhmle,r wore Sunday Iclvin Norland's. of guests at orsen s. Mrs. Anna Osborn and daughter 'auhne were at Fairmont Friday. David McLane, of Wesley, spent lie week end at Albin Nelson's. Glen Paulson was ill qpvpv ays last week. was ill several Mrs. Fred Brown was ill several ays last week. Mrs. Sarah Wise and family spent iunday at the Mack Wise's, near /lason City. The Clem Cunningham family pent Sunday at Hallard Snyder's. Mrs. May Harris spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Irs. Florence Hansen, near Wes- ey, helping can meat. •Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy and Mrs. Ruth Taylor were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Dale Patterson, of Rock Island, 11., and Harold Johnson, of Fay- otto, were here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran and ittlo son Carl Dean were visitors it A. L. Greenfield's 'Saturday. Mrs. Ethel Huff was sick last week, and Iher mother, Mrs. Andy Baker, of Mason City, is caring for ier. Etthel's father, Andrew Baker, •pent the week end here going back to Mason City Sunday evening. Mrs. Kato Huff and daughter Mellie and son Joseph, of Lu Verne, were Sunday visitors with ier sister-in-law, Mrs. Mamie Huff. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner were also visitors with the Huffs. Walter Aman, attending college in Mason City, spent the week-end here with his parents, the George Amans. Mrs. Phillip Thornton, of Sioux City, came last week Tuesday and spent the week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller, helping care for her mother, wlho just returned from tihe Kossuth hospital, where she had undergone a major operation. Mrs. Miller left Saturday morning for her home at Sioux City. •Fred Plumb came home iSaturday from Algona where he spent tihree weeks. He was at the Kossuth hospital two weeks for treatment, after which he spent a week with Mrs. Plumb's mother, Mrs. Mitchell, before he felt strong enough to make the trip home here. Mr. Plumb is able to be up most of tine time, but not able to do any work. The Ralph Davidson family, of Lu Verne, were Sunday visitors at IRA W. NEWBROUGH, LATE LONE ROCK FARMER,.IS DEAD Last winter Ira W. Newbrouglh, fjone Ronk fanner, had a sale and quit farming to move to his old ionic at Humholdt. He said at the IR that he was selling out because of poor health, and now he s dead. He was afflicted witlh oukomia, a disease of the hlood in which there 'are too many white corpuscles caused by failure of the spleen to function normally, and lie had had llhe disease two years. 'Death took place at Humboldt a week ago Saturday, and funeral services were conducted at St. Mary's Catholic church, Humholdt, Tuesday, with burial in the Bancroft cemetery. 'Born Mardh 5, 1890, at Humboldt, Mr. Newbrough was only 44, his death following within a week of his birthday. He was the youngest son of his parents, John and Ellen Newbrouglh. On December 27, 1922, ho was married to Anna Long, Burt, and, besides the widow, onei son, Donald, 8, survives. Mr. Newbrough's father, 87, survives at Lone Rock, also a brother, Delibert, Lone Rock, and two sisters, Mrs. Julia Terwilliger and Mrs. Cora Terwilliger, iboth of Humboldt, a half-vsister, Mrs. A. A. Porter, lives at Fort Worth, Tex. Mr. Newbrough was a World war veteran wBio served overseas and was pounded in action. His pall bearers, all ex-service men, were Fred Flaig, Thos. O''Donnell, and George Rath, all of Lone Rock, and Arthur Reynolds, Austin O'Donnell, and Hans 'Leeds, all of Humboldt. A Legion detail sounded taps at the grave. St. Benedict Circle No. 3 entortaiincd at a card party last week Tuesday evening at the hall, and nit was attended by more ithan 100 people. Prizes at bridge were won. by Mrs. .Tack Hav- orly, -riiist, and Thomas McMalion, Wesley, second. At 500 first was won by Mrs. Herman Krclman, with Mrs. Btlw. HildmSin, Wesley, second. Mrs. J. O. Downs and Mm. Leonard Arndorfer had charge of the event. The Jos. BisenbarthSi Morgan, Minn., spent last week here and ait Wesley with, relatives. Mrs. Bisen- barth's mother, who lives at Weisley, is Mrs. Mary (Hildman, Since Easter Sumllay, church ser- A DOLLAR SPiHNT FOR. HENRY Field garden seeds will raise $10 to $15 worth of food for your family. Raise your own groceries. Be sure you plant Henry Field's seeds. Get them at the Gamble Store, Algona. 37-30 vices iaro; (high mass, s a. m.; low mass, 10:30 a. m. Mary Fa-sbendor has ithe carpenters putting a new roof on her ice 1OUSO. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hllbert, south of tho vlllngc, are parenits of a girl, born Easter Sunday. She has been christened Joan Marie. Mario Grandg-enfbt returned ito her ilutles at Fort Dodge- lasit week Tuesday after a few daye with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oranclgc- and Mrs. Al Rogonmeyer nett. Mr. spent laslt -week Tuesday at Mason Mty, shopping 1 . Tho Everett Steusays, Clear Lake, spent Sunday at Al Rosen- mieyer'S and wiWi Mrs. Siteussty's mother, .Mrs. Josephine Rosenimey- ed. A number of farmers gathered at the Arndorfer Bros. Ihome last week Tuesday evening .to discuss raising hemp. No plans were adopter. Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of said Section Five, in Township 95 North, (Range 29, West of tihe -5th P. M. (except railroad right-of-way, and except the conveyed to Mary Purvis and Isabella Niculin by "Warranty Deed recorded in 'book 64, page 336, containing % acre) containing in all 116% acres, more or less, accord- ng to the Government survey thereof as defendant, for the sum of Nine Thousand Three Hundred Forty and 74/10 ($9340.74) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Forty-four and 05/100 ($144.05) Dollars and accruing costs, I have evied upon the following described Real property as the property of ;he ma ,o satisfy said NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special iExecutlon directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on. the 19th day o£ March, 1934, in favor of Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintfif, and against the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section (Five, and the Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock &» m., of said day, when and wherft duo attendance will be given bjf the undersigned. j Dated this 27th day of Marctf* 1934. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Blythe, Markley, Rule & Dibble, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 30-31 said F. Dingley, W. his Dingley, Em- wife, et al, execution towit: The West Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section Five, and the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of said Section five (5), ia Township Ninety-five (95) North, .Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M. (except railroad right-of-way, and except the tract conveyed to Mary Purvis and Isabella Niculin by warranty deed recorded in book 64, page 336, containing % acre), containing in all 116% acres, more or less, according to the Government survey thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may b_e necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand on tihe 27th day o£ April, 1934, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county DANCE! Vern Winters ORCHESTRA Friday, Apr. 13 Academy Hall WHITTEMORE Mrs. Nelson's return from Iowa City (hospital where she underwent a minor operation. Mildred Wilberg spent the weekend with Ihei 1 sister, Mrs. John Anderson, in Ringsted. Mrs. Anderson has heen suffering the past week with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jensen and the tatter's mother, Mrs. (Fink, of Ringsted, and Mrs. Anna Osborni were guests at Jennie Jensen's [Jo Firemen Tlonored— Arthur Fred Plumb's. Most farmers in this vicinity began field work Monday morning. Tlh« ground is in good shape after the heavy snow and rain last week. YOU 'CAN'T iBEAT HBN1RY Field's nursery stock if you want sure growth and lots of it. Our stock includes trees, shrubs, roses, etc. Yes, Henry Field quality. Riglat (here in Algona at the Gamble Store. 25-30 Business The thing in business is first of all to know your business. Then mindyour own business. Do not try to run the other _ fellow's business or allow anyone to run your business. Business right now is a connundrum. The merchant does not know whether he is on foot or horse- The present situation reminds me of a story. It was in a very early day, when Chicago was a small town. The city council was debating ou buying some awans to put on the lagoon to beautify 'the .place Some wanted to buy 100 swans, others 200. "Finally one old fellow made a motion that they .buy two swans, a male and a female, put them on the lake, and let nature take its course. If we would quit spending so much money ana let nature take its course we would come out all right after a while. Right now we are buying too man if ^"lawmakers would reduce our taxes and dig up some foreign trade we can take care of our- 8<jlT As far as corn and hogs are concerned, we hare no surplus . What we have is a very bad method o£ ne aisiri'imw.1- and the middleman wants to get rich. The factory owners want to Become million^ aires. The factory workers want ?6 a day for five hours' -work. They are all unreasonable. let them fight it out. They would soon sett e ir differences, it they did not have Uncle Sam to ' £' the factory owner would rather closehis factory than be fair with hia help, let him close it. U theVorker will not work eight hours a day, let hun etrike. If he wants to cut off his -source of supplies, let Wm h op^ r ^ dg can not ]ive rf&wt Uncle Sam cwr«*«s! s&^-srar ETufl have a showndown; let us have the carda on ** Afm ^m'and no favors will soon bringr every- bodyto their senses. The factory owner will do right rather than close his shop. The lahorer will be wining to work long enough to earn h s pay. The wg Sen in the railroad business can live on less than 180,000 to $100,000 a year salary. , n]]fH _~ Let us fitrht our own battles instead of Putting a load on ouf children and grandchildren that will mak TheTDer cenTsales tax (consumer's tax) is a ffito keep track of the transaction. Jimmie Neville Tfce SheeMaw Algona, la. GREAT FOOD SAL.K- STOCK UP-OREAT POOD S AL, E - STO C-K 1J1» Hershey Baking Choclate LB. CAKE lie Daily Egg Oyster Shells, 100-lb. bag Daily Growth Chick Starter, 25-lb. bag 100-lb. Bag, $2.29 Talco Fine Chick Feed, no corn, 25 Ib. bag 100-lb. Bag, $1.95 Daily Egg Mash Feed, 100-lb. bag 79c 60c College Inn CHICKEN ALA KING •CAN GRANDMOTHER'S SLICED BIG TWIST Iowa State Brand ORANGE PEKOE Lipton's Tea &-IiB.n n ; ^-LB TIN /DC TW Green Tea Mlb. pkg. . Green Tea }£lb. pkg. An extra package of Tea for ic. . . 17c .. 33c Green Del Monte Peaches Sliced or Halved 2 No. 2} cans Lake Shore HONEY 8 16-Oz. Jars BUTTER FLOUR Sunny field, 491b. bag $1.65 Sunny field, 241 Ib.bag 85c lona flour, 49 Ib. bag $1.54 lona flour, 242 Ib. bag 78c Gold Medal 491b.bag$2.01 WAX RITE. . 39c BANANAS *»- 22c Bread 9c 24-oz. Loaf Fan Rolls, pkg of doz. 5c Doughnuts, doz. 12c Gold Medal Softasilk Cake Flour Minnesota POTATOES For Seed and Table Per 100 Northern Tissue 3 ttavze Paper, 3 rolls 13c Broadcast Corned Beef Hash 16-02. Jar P. & 6. SOAP Camay Soap, 4 cakes 17o Chipso, 2 pkgs. ---- 29c Buffalo Matches, 5 boxes Keokuk Dill Pickles, 2 qt. jars U. B. Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. No. 4 Brooms, each Prince Albert or Vel- 01 f* vet Tobacco, 2 tins __ fc I I* Lewis Lye, OCft 3 for ,- CvC Penrad Motor Oil, <£ 4 2 gal. can 9 I • Plus 8c Federal Tax Sunbrite Cleanser, 4 cans — Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, 1 Ib. Crystal White Soap Chips, 5 Ib. box Cherries, R. S. P. water pack No. 10 car Sultana Macaroni or OQ«t Spaghetti, 3 Ib. box-CO C Van Camp's Pork and Beans, 1 Ib. can- $0.15 Eight O'Clock COFFEE Ib. bag 1 IB. 19c RICH AND FULL BODIED 15c 28c 29c I-EOPIB bkiKik At P COFFEE THAN ANY VIGOROUS AND WINEY 5c FOOO STO111

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