Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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ALGONA, IOWA, APRIL 12, 1934 GU28TWPS , ree Phases in the Ijvision Attempts Described. LD c S ' Jtolncs Roister. oft county, named lt ^jjj ntftS handsome library to the of Bancroft has two unique in our Iowa record, it Iowa county (that never pettier and tho only Iowa that was permanently aban- jroft wtu» consolidated with ,lh In 1855 for purposes of ad- irallon and up till that time ttler had gotten north of Buf- It was in this consolida- thait Humboldt .county was divided, north half going ;o KossuUi and tlie jsouth half to Webster, again for purposes oC [administration.' Humboldt was restored .giain in. two yeorH the legislature —-made a mistake in t/lie ..'bill and the south tier townships was lePL ''in Webster and never [recovered. But til- icragh two strenuous ifforts were made to [restore Bancroft tlhey ith failed for reasons 'suggest! n g a c u rot <ttie north Iowa line, ilslecn Townships Required. ij? the legislature passed an lering that no new counties up in Iowa, that did not have amounted to sixteen town- H'hich would mean 432 square is was two years after had been consolidated. It that the Minnesota it was run had cut off 1 be the'north- tier-of lips In Iowa, and the Iowa counties from "Worth coun-- ivere short the required of townships. But tho law :s had attended to that by ord- that "Worth and ithe counit- of it" could stand without [Hired number. have happened if tihe TS when they set out ito old Bancroft dn 1870 (had *o the Bancroft name is a for conjecture. That would JJeen restoring the original and not creating a new But the rcorganlzers wanted f General Crocker of the Crocker Brigade and they we county "Crocker," which only eo long as was required to the supreme court. Crock•% was sot down a new coun- not having the necessary' « townships was promptly Tho Buttle of 1913. 813 J, B. McHose of Boone a wn~ W ' S lntercs t«d. Intro- oui to create Larmbee ' °' old Bancroft but he to avoid the fate of ._."?"%, by taking a tier f the north border 23 Boys, Girls Witt Raise 50 Baby Beeves beef clubs In Kossutni consist of 23 boys nnd girls who arc rtuislng GO baby beeves. These elub members are much Interested in their project, and there should be strong baby beef classes at tHie county fair, according to Marlon n. Soults, mew county club agent. •Mr. Soults says t)ho calves show the results of good feeding- and management, and have inado salls- factory gains, but while mo.st of the calves aro In good condition now they will meed considerable feeding, flitting, ami .training- before they are ready to entei- the tan-bark ring. IricllcationB a.lso point to a strong dairy cailf club enrollment in tilic county this year. Baby beef club members na-c: Jack TlbboWs, Ixme Rock; Blvira Gedsilieckor, Livermore; Alvin Er- peldlngr, Clnronco Erneldlng-, Rode; 'Frieda Ptteitz, Algona; Robert Brlggs Kenneth Bronos, Wan-en Brones, Clarence Hunt, Elmer (Berg, Earl Berg, Mildred Thoreson, cund Donald Barger, all of Swea City. Wallace Hawcott and Ronald Ortman, 'Brn't; Albln Nelson and Edward Eggerth, IiaUo'ta; Elmer Ixii- brand a;nd Raymond Smith, Buffalo Center; Clifford McGregor, Morris Johnson; and Wallace Johnison, Armstrong; Edwin Mino, Letlyard. Dentist Fashions Fishing Plugs as Spare ,Time Hobby 'Dr. Harry McCorkle recently adopted a hobby of making fishing •plugs in spare time. They are made on a home made lathe in his office. The motor and most of the equipment necessary he already had as part of his equipment, and it cost him only lOc for other necessary parts for the lathe. The plugs are his own ideas adapted from sug- geations of friends who have seen the product. A fine job of lifelike painting is achieved iby spraying paint through. a piece of lace to simulate scales. Various other color schemes give! variety and originality to the plugs. 4 County Rebekahs to Meet at Burt fBurt, April 10—A district Re bekah convention will be held in the I. O. O. iF. hall here Monday, April 16. An afternoon session -\yill be held 'and at the evening meeting the initiation work will be exemplified toy Burt iRebekah lodge. Rosa N. U. Heninger, Sigouraey, president of tlie Refoekah Assembly of Iowa will 'be present. Clark at Swea City.' The familiar features of the Rev, J. Clark, former Congregational pastor here, appeared in a picture published in. a recent Swea City Herald. Mr, Clark, who now lives at Waterloo and fills engagements ifor -religious meetings, opened a series at the Swea €ity Methodist church a week ago. Stereopticon slides are used to illustrate his sermons. at - Proposed county Th ° ne asalnst n ° rth t(W71 ' the aut to restore O W Wi •a 53 y for u FENTON YOONG PEOPLE PLAN TO GIVE PLAY Fonlon, Apr. 1 o—AValbhcr Ixsiguo met ln»t week \Vodncsdny evening in 'thci church basement, 22 members 'Hid nix unc-sls attending. 'Because 'tho Hov. Mr. KabeliU could not attend, tin- usual educational period W.IB omititcd. Tlio society is planning a play .sometime in the .summer, find Clara Ciramenr. nnd Mathilda 'Ituhnko \vc-ro named ito select and order sample plays. Hildegiird Knbelltz w;is nppointod lilirarlan in place ol^ Adella Mittajr, who resigned. A "\Vfi:l:tihor I.yea.Lrue conference to bo held at Davenport, and a Sunday Hflhool teacherx' convention to be held at River Forest, 111., were discussed. Tho re«t of l/ho evening was spent at pantos under the direction of Miss. Granienz, a filer which luncii was served by the liosteses, Rutli and Alvina Haase. •IHIIi Anniversary Observed— Mrs. Geoorge .Tent/, entertained 87 in honor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ail>ert "\Volfgram's 4Slh anni- versai-y last week Sunday nig-hit. Mr. Kind Miis. "\Volfcram have ilho following children: Mrs. Walter Jentz, GraeliUnger; Mrs. A. II. Ilanna, Lono Rock; Mrs. George. Jentz, Fenton; (Mrs. Mark Simmons, Fair- monit; Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Fenton; and Mi-s. Harry Higley, Fairmont. A sister of Mr. Wolfgram, Mrs. Adolpli -Scankowitz Chicago, her husband and a brother, Fred Wolf- gi-am, Niagara,, S. D., SO years old with his daughter, Mrs. Helen Krtieger of the same place, came for the event. P. T. A. Officers Arc Elected— A parent and teachers meeting wan held at :the sohoolhouse last week Tuesday evening. The alumni boys' (|iia.rtet sang Wai, I Swan, after which Mrs. James Mueller gave a book review, Uncle Sam's Attic. TlKi quartet then sang a group of ballads. Supt. Otternoss was elected prpsldonl; Miw. J. A. Schwar,tz, vice; NcMjr. AVei.sbrod, rc-c-lox-lod, 'secro- t,'u-y-l.res, S iii'cr. lit was decided to linvo tho school picnic at Mie end of tho year. Lunch was served irt •tlio l>a.somont. School Onitles Give Program— ' A miring festival by the pupils of 'I ho public: KcboolH was given at tho opera house, Fridtiy night. It consisted of ; ln oporotla, In a Florist Window, in which all pupils in the grades appeared, directed by Misses Smith and Barton. High school or- K.-i mentions completed the program directed by Jiiss Smith. These were 'tho boys' and girls' glee clubs, a mixed chorus and the orchestra. The perfoi-mancc was attended by a large audience. Stniulnrd Hearers Meet _ Tho Standard Bearers girls met Monday evening, with Esther Smith nnd Florence Barton as hostesses. The study lesson, in which Bernice Ki-amer, Juno Weisbrod, and Isabel le Weisbrod assisted, was conducted by Ruth Glaus, and Marjorio Bailey had charge of a social hour, plans were laid for a play, Tho Challenge of tho Cross, to be presented Sunday evening, April 29. :m tiro play, The Man in the Moon, i'horo are 13 in the cast, FENTOJf NEWS Lola Warner attended a farewell party at Edw Bierstedit's, Lono Rock, Saturday night In honor of Bernlcyc Roderick, who was leaving soon for ,Des Mo'ines to finiish i nurses training course. Some 43 persons attended tho party. Mtv. Losse, of Ivako City has teen visiting- her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Snydcr, wife of itlie local aielho- CKllst pastor. She was met by Mrs. Snydcr a,t Rolfe lost Thursday. Virginia and LeRoy I-Iuekamp ind Melvin Warner went to Oris- ivtold Sunday to .gee Dei-wood Biger, who is working (there. They returned Monday. The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at tho church last Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod as hostesses. •Mr. and Mrs. Stoebor came home Sunday from Des Moines, where Mr. Stocber had been convalescing 1 from an operation.. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osbom vi- Council is Organized — Tho ne.\v town council has been rgiiniaed as follows; street and alley committee,' L. j. Weisbrod and A. II. ICrau.se; water and light, Char- le.s Weisbrod and 30. C. Fauerby; park commissioner, F. J. Weisbrod; clerk-, Editor J. A. Schwartz; marshal and street commissioner, Frank McFall. Two Men Are Fined — Two out-of-town men ran into the flagpole lost week Monday niighit and were held by Marwhal McFall till next morning, when they (had a. Hearing before. Mayor Walto and wero fined $7 and costs, the whole amounting to ?21.GO. Dnto is Observed — Mr. and Mrs. Alvina Zumach entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfield, daughter Lucille, and Mr. and Mrs. Eoirl Theesfield at supper last week Wednesday night in honor of tho ThessdekVs 25th wedding anniversary. Snnior Class Play Started— The Seniors have started practice the Only map that shows Crocker county, the county wne so short lived. Tho map Is Interesting 1 on other accounts for It shows Concord as the county seait of Hancock county, and the Milwaukee railroad running only to Algeria'. ^^••••^^^^••••^^•HM Specials WEEK-EJVD SPECIALS 17c 14c 25c 35c 33c 19c 27c Rice, 3 pounds Beans, 3 pounds Salmon, 2 tall cans Peaches, sliced and halves, 2 large cans _ California Apricots, 2 large cans Sweet Santos Peaberry Coffee, Ib. _ Council Oak Coffee, pound "Tac-Cut" granulized Coffee, pound _ "Robb-Ross" granu- Q4 lized Coffee, pound —. Q I Rolled. Oats, 9-pound bag Post Bran Flakes, pkg. , Tapioca, 1-2 lb. pkg. >,_ Prute Gel, per pkg. ^.__ Wax Paper, 2 rolls Matches, 3 boxes —_, Bologna, per pound —_ Block Salt, per block ,„_ WS BUY EGOS 31 c 9c 12c .50 5c 13c 10c 45c nto Casft No magic is necessary. Swift & Company maintains a nation-wide, daily cash market for eggs—and for butterfat and poultry as well. HEBE'S WHERE I GET FAIR, AND SQUARE PRICES, COURTEOUS T&EAT-MENT AND SPOT CASH FOR ALL / m MY PRODUCE. Incomes of farm homes must come from consumers, who are, frequently, hundreds of miles away. It is the task of Swift & Company to find these consumers, to learn their food wants and to carry their orders — and money — back to the producer of food stuffs. OU OUGHT TO TELL ALL YOUR CUSTOMERS TO SELL. TME1R EGOS TO SWIFTS " ' , Every day thousands of farm patrons deliver eggs to Swift & Company produce plants. These eggs are carefully packed and kept under refrigeration. The best go into Brookfield cartons. /A CASE OF /6ROOKF1ELO ICARTONS-MY vv --- AND HOW MANY CUSTOMERS PREFER THEM suntly ^ „,/ ealeemen—an army in themselves—nre con- new outlets for the eggs bought at every Swift ig both meats, dairy and pouluy products on the same caff, by delivering In the same truck, distribution costs on all Deducts are cut. The farmer, through economies in handhDg,trans- porution"nd sales, receives alarge part of what the consumer pays. Dailv nrice Quotations at the plants represent closely what the bSwu-e is^mSng to pay the country over for eggs, less the low, burne^eMary;co8UTon the way. Swift & Comply pronto are small ^verTperiod of years they have averaged « fraction of a cent« pound ofiill products or a dozen eggs sold. Swift * Company sited. Sunday at .tho 'homo of the 1-a.Ucr's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Wcisbrtxl. Mrs. Frank McFall onteiitainod tho Hook & Needle club last week Wednesday afternoon. Doctor Mueller attended a medical meeting- at Bancroft last week Tuesday night. Mr. and (Mrs. Samuel Warner visited at .tho TCdw Blerstedte, Lone Mock, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers spent Sunday at Henry Wegoner's, Algona. Arleno Laken, Esthervllle, visited, Iher cousin, Ruth Espe, last week. Miis. Kate Newel is visiting 1 her sister, Mrs. John Newel. 'Skin' Laird is Speaker. A recent Knoxville Express published a picture of R. J. (Skin) Ojaird, state Legion adjutant, and announced that he would speak on •recent national legislation of vital interest to World war veterans at a meeting of the Knoxville Legion post last week Tuesday evening. Bloom Store Will Change Location Jos. Bloom, manager, announces that his Coast to Coast store will ho moved shortly from the Geo. (Lr. Gal'braith estate building opposite! the Foster Furniture store to tiut Stehle building next west of the old' Courier (building. To save moving), expense (Mr. Bloom is advertising^ a bargain sale. EARINQS We solve your problem on bearings for tractors, trucks, and passenger cars. We carry a large supply of timpkin roller bearings and new-departure ball bearings. We save you 30 to 40 per cent. Joe Greenberg PHONE 118 4.40/21 THE NEW An Inner Tube is included in the price of every CREST Tire AMERICA'S MOST MODERN TIRE —Because, it is the newest tire in the industry. New—from top to bottom, inside and out—even the molds are new. Traction, wear, safety, flexibility, and style ... everything you can ask for will be found in this new tire. The tread design—husky diamond blocks of rubber—gives an abundance of center traction for quick starting and quick stopping. The specially toughened rubber and full tread depth afford the maximum wear. The flexible, pliant sidewall construction gives easy riding comfort and long life to the sidewall. Lubricated cords provide an insulating protection against internal heat and blowouts. We firmly believe that YOU CAN'T BUY A BETTER TIRE AT ANY PRICE*. For a limited time, as an introductory offer, we are including an inner tube in the price of every CREST passenger tire and'truck tire. ._ --' ' /±_CREST— 4 PLY ^ f-' Guaranteed for a Definite Mileage , ' . . f , „ and Lifetime »i\ Size --$sfe-.. Price ®? 30x3 V4 ..... . .... S 5.20 Includes Tube 32x4 ............ 8.95 Includes Tube BALLOONS . 4.40-2 1.. "„.'..... 5.98 4.50-20 .......... 6.25 4.50-21...-. ...... 6.50 4.75-19 .......... 6.95 5.00-19 .......... 7.45 5.00-21 .......... 7.85 5.25-21..'. ....... 9.10 Includes Tube Includes Tube Includes Tube Includes Tube Includes Tube Includes Tube Includes Tube ^ CREST-6 PLY 'f :'\ to Guaranteed for a Definite Mileage V* £; j. <. and Lifetime . _-sr|V Size V-.!>. Price Ssav-M 4.50-20 $ 7.95 Includes Tube 4.50-21 8.25 Includes Tube 4.75-19........... 8.50 Includes Tube 5.00-19 9,35 Includes Tube 5,25-19 10.65 Includes Tuba 5.25-20 10.95 Includes Tube 5.25-21 11.35 Includes Tube 5.50-20 11.90 Includes Tube 6.00-19 12.85 Includes Tube 6.00-21 13.65 Includes Tube *0f course, we must except Double Eagle and other similar Deluxe tires built to sell at premium over first line. Jensen's Auto Wax Large Sponges Top Dressing Gamble's Polish MOTHER'S COCOA For every cocoa use—pure as money can buy. Nothing better at any price. Full weight 2-lfa. cans CHOCOLATE Two Vi-lb. bars ot pure unsweetened baking chocolate and a square fudge pan. Regular 6Sc value. Sale price, 0O» all (or *TC FLOOR WAX No rubbing necessary. Under nationally advertised label would cost double our price. Under Gamble's label, this 65c value for only, p,. 27< HEAVY TIN MILK PAILS 12-qt. fully soldered seams and ears. Strong and durable. 75c value. 3 for 89c. Each Purest coco castile, bought by the MILE, to give you the bargain of years by the foot Good ?C^EB« 12 " iU- b " S> CLOTHES LINE Strong 60-! sisal. 50ft 35< RAZOR BLADES A clean smooth shave at a price that makes each shave more enjoyable Own the last WATCHES Product of a famous maker. Black gunmetal with gold color trimming that Is solid, not pluted. Won't tarnish. Monbreakable A«i> . 89 ( , : i HEATER CORDS Silk and rayon covered wire, with Rt- techoxeat .cap, and v«J, I PROTEX HOUSE PAINT An all around utility white paint that will give excellent service. Recommended for such jobs as trimming barns, fences, poultry houses, etc. " April Sale price, per gallon Gamble's 100% Pure Lead and Oil Paint Recogoized by master painters to be the fin possible quality. If you want a paint to give longest possible wear—that will bi—'—' — es.t, and cover the greatest area, we urge you to use this paint S Gallons, Per Gallon __ Gamble's Barn Paint Our red barn paint is ground in pebble mills, the same as high grade house paint This grinding makes a finer, smoother paint that spreads easier, covers mote surface, 414-kj ana wears longer. ^X HC 5 Gallons, Per Gallon 4^9 Flat Wall Finish, gallon .... '1.00 Britest Screen Paint, qt. . . . , 23< Linseed Oil, per gallon • . • • 89* LAWN MOWERS 14-in.—ball bearing—for small towns. A real value at low cost. Hardened spring steel bottom knife. Adjustable — 8-ineh wheels. Heavy 5-Blade Mower. $7.25 Wash, Boiler 13& gallon size. Bright plate, prop handles. Heavy copper bottom. A cetlvaue 98 All coppler boiler $2.98 Tennis Balls • Fish Linc r Tackle Box 15< fttfK . Barnard, Manager GAMBLE STORES GASKET SHELLAC For cementing gaskets or bicycle tires. Complete with 'applying brush, Ji oi.; GAMBLE'S MOTOR OIL GAMBLEX Li you are interested in saying money on a dependable battery, your opportunity. This 13-plate battery will do everything you vreaiil expect from a iiitl«ty Aat ordinarily sells at 5)5.00. Absolutely giiEr" 1 . '• les-1 on a service basis, stalled free. S.A.E. 30 and 40. Per quart in gallon lots. Less Micro Horn By buying oil In bulk at your Gamble Store, you save enough to pay for your license plates, a set of tires, or other necessities. Thousands of gallons purchased before the December rise In oil prices enables us to offer this tremendous saving. Black micro type. Complete vita bracket!. . x. Electric Soldering Iron Garden Hose Valve Caps Valve Insides SOCKET WRENCHES Master type, with 10 popular sized cadmium-plated 12-polnt sockets. Short extension— T handle — Shank type. COCO SOAP Completely rebuilt and fully T 2 '9« Chevrolet . . e Prices. Ford A—I STORE'S- OW^NED BY EfAPL 105 West State Street ALGONA, IOWA Ageaoy Stores—Britt

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