Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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f*\ && /~*\ v^ ~— ssssaas^B^as"; _ Swea^City_Pupils_Wi n p oster Contest bre^^ 1 women WHEN IT RAINS •T POURS W, C. T, U, IS SPONSOR IN ANNUAL EVENT Swea City, Apr. 10—Posters of le fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth rades made under the auspices of ie local W. C. T. U. were judged ast week by 'Mrs. Dettmer Thorn p- on, Mra. J. Vaux, ana Mrs. Swan- 10 C IODIZED OR PLAIN URPRISES f.ARDEN HEW, more produc- Iti7e varieties that will I make your garden I more successful (baa ' ever before! Suit Rock Muikmtlen ^Euly Sunihla* SwolCom Rid Con ChinUniy Cirtol Divli Piificl Cucumbir. To nciuatat you with "FARMER" SEEDS ftuenew items MO now offered • SPECIAL AT ScPKT. Look for the ("FARMER" SEED CASE AT YOUR DEALERS, >ur Dealer cannot supply 1 seeds, send Ills n*Mna I address to— L SEED & NURSERY CO Faritault, Minn. WEED FOR BICHIAL COUGHS icn's Drug Store or Any sssiro Druggist About " Buckley's Mixture. j our offer—ask yourself i lir or not. Get a 45 cent hot| Buckley's Mixture (tripl Ihl-take 2 doses before you [bed tonight—then if tha ; persistent cough basn' 'you do not sleep like a 1 night long—get your monej [•it's safe for the kids also an i a flash—often one sin Ian. ordinary cough. PAGE THROB Ledyard and Lincoln F. B. Meet at Lakota Tomorrow Lakota, Apr. 10—The Lcdyarrt woman's Farm Bureau was entertained -by Mrs. Jerry HcoUand and Mrs. J. jr. Holcoml) at the Heel- land's Friday afternoon. Plans were made for the Joint Ledyard and Lincoln general meeting to be Mold in tho parlors of the I-'rcshy- tonan church Friday evening. The GrceiiwoodHRiimaey folks will give a play as part of the entertainment . Wans worn also made for the May on, and the prizes awarded at aM meeting with Mrs. Julia Wort- egular meeting o£ the W. C. T. U. at the Frank Thomson uesday ome. fw and Usec |rs Financec our present payment ;oo high we will refi ! your car for you. (impt and courteou nent. H. N. KRUSE pUBANCE AGENCY pone 125, Algona, Iowa [HOITZBAUER'S TIN SHOP I merchandise and contract fining in plumbing, heat- eet metal, water sys- 15, and pumps. | complete Bepair Stock. 1 S. Dodge Phone 83 W. POST and Transfer WEofALLKINDS • Distance Hauling. ! In tho fifth grade Phyllis Preson -won first, Harmony Johnson, econd, and Allen Arnold, Elaine Cluger, and Inez Helmke honorable nention. In the sixth .grade Kenneth Anerson was first, Poarl 'Hovey, sec- nd, and .honorable mention, Helen .erggren, Helen Pearson, and Trancis Poulton. In the seventh, ernon Meyer received first, ladys Paulson, second, "VVilma 'reston, (Buell Pearson, and Bertha reston, (Buell Pearson, and Bertha rtae Kluger (honorable mention. In the eighth grade Elvin 'Lindo 'as first, Mary Schrocder, second, Marion Koona, Ada U.hr, and Toni- tte Marquardt honorable mention. The posters were displayed at tho .-T. A. meeting Monday evening. ens Iloillnnd Passes— Jens (Rodland died at his home in Tort Dodgo last week Wednesday. Ir. and Mrs. Rodland, who have ived in Swea City many years, loved to Fort Dodge to make their ome last fall to be near their chil- ren. Mr. Rodland suffered a troke albout a year ago which left im helpless, (tie was horn in Norway, eominty to this country when a iaiby. When 19 years old he was married > to /Bertha 'Knutson. Four- een children _were born, nine of ivhom are living: Enoch, Valley iity, N. iD.; Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mrs. Walter Chevin, Mrs. Mabel Andcr- man, of Fort Dodge; Mrs. Bertram 'eterson, iSioux City; Mrs. D. D. )awson, Waterloo; John, of Angus; Mrs. Wm. Skully, and Mrs. Ernest Hull, of Spokane, Wash. Funeral services were held in the Lutheran church by the (Lutheran pastor from i'ort Dodge, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Bode, the pastor, and burial vas made in the Harrison ceme- ;ery. John Knutson is Mrs. Rod- and's In-other. William F. If orris is I) end— A Kossuth pioneer, William F. Norris, 76, died at his home here a week ago Monday afternoon. He was born near Kingston, Ontario, tfarch 14, 1859, and came to Irving- ion in 1881, and has since made Kossuth county .his home. In February, 1884, he was married to Jana (Hosier. Mr. and Mrs. Norris hail no children, but three children by a former marriage of Mrs. Norris Samuel Mosier, of Corning, William Francis Mosier, Albert Lea Minn., Carrie Amelia Mosier, deceased, and three grandchildren oJ Mrs. Norris, Wm. Barker, Swea City, John Barker, (Fairmont, Minn, and Mrs. Carl Rath, Lone Rock were_ raised in their home. Funera services were heM in the Methodis church, of which .he was a member by the iRev. Mr. McDowell and bur ial was made in the Harrison cem etery. man. This meeting will be in tho form of a party. Tho following program was given Friday in charge of Gertrude Worlman: song, Who's Afraid of tho Big, Bad Wolf, by Catherine Bersohman, Nonna id Velma Ileetland; reading, flpr. orn, Florence I-Icetland• Spring Torning, Arliss Ileotland; sold, ichacl's Flute, Gertrude Wort- an, accompanied by Mrs. Jerry kena. Lunch was served. o Give Final Lesson— Tom Berg and Mra. J. II. Warbur- m attended a Farm Bureau cxccu- vo hoard mooting at Bancroft Friny evening. Only one lesson reams to complete tho woman's roject, tho 1034 kitchen, and annio Gannon, extension spccial- t, will give this lesson to the ounty groups April 30, May 1, 2, .'!, nd 4. A letter will ho sent from ic Farm Bureau office to each ownship chairman, asking how inny will have an exhibit for an chievement day program. insured o£ a I 0wa Harm Green is Dead— (Harm Groen, who lived one mil east and three miles south of .Swee 3ity, died at his home last wee! Wednesday of pneumonia. Mi Groen was born in Germany, com ng to this country when 20 year old. 'He was 62 years old at tli ime of his death. He was marrie o 'Ruth Van Horn -September 29 895. .Twelve children were born nine of -whom survive, Henry, Etta ''red, William, (Emma, and Ben a iome, Mrs. Henry Stroebel, an larm Jr., at Burt, and Mrs. Fre Welp, Titonka. Funeral service vere held in the Baptist church i Bancroft and burial was made i ;he Bancroft 'cemetery. School Gives I'.-T. A. Program— The April meeting of the 'P.-' A.' was held Monday evening. Th following program was given: Se lection, IBoys' glee club; solo, Eun ice Jenspn; playlet, freshman class solo, iRe'nn Kluger; duet, Mrs. Wn Thompson and Mrs. Buell Peai son; report of county council mee ng, the Rev. Raymond Swanson The tLedyard Farm Bureau quarte composed of Jerry Heetland, Jerry Ukena, George Wallentine, and some clubs served lunch after the meeting to OATS h ave some 105 Seed Oats for sale. GRAIN COAL CO. lione 808 Malaria 1» between ENaUA your money . Borchardt iris Present, Style Sliow— 'Homo Economics girls, with Miss [iller teacher, crave a stylo show in 10 school auditorium Thursday af- ornoon. The mothers and mem- ers of tho Acorn and Priscilla lubs were guests and enjoyed tho lay. The play featured two girls oining Aunt Lavon's sewing class, ie class at work with Aunt Lavon ispecting the work, -and the last cone, a surprise party for the eaclier with the girls exhibiting hushed dresses, aprons, pajamas, tc. 'o Manage Summer llcsort— 'Homer Altizer loft last week for tow String lake, a'hout 400 miles ortli of here, near Deer River, linn., where he will manage a amping resort. The buildings con- ist of a lodge and four cabins. The rvin Altizers went with him to elp get settled, and may decide to emain. Francis Adams trucked his oods up for him. j(l is Piecing Quilt— 'Mrs. Guy Beemer entertained the lethodist Aid at the church last veek Wednesday afternoon. Plans vere made for a 25-cent supper veek from Thursday evening. Some f the members are busy piecing a .uilt for Mrs. Johnson's mother vhich they also plan to quilt. iirthdny Dinner is Given— 1 The E. R. "Worleys, the Rev. anc Vlrs. F. 0. Johnson and "Chuck 1 'eterson were guests at R. E. Ham- •juist's Thursday in honor of Betl Hamquist's IGth birthday. She was also honored with a party by Bett> jey that evening. tirthday Surprise Given— Luella Klocke was IS years oil ast week Tuesday, and a nuiwber of friends and relatives .honored :ier with a surprise party that evening. The evening was spent at cards. Lewises IFave Reunion— A family reunion was held at Jharlea Lewis's a week ago Sunday when all the children and families spent the day there. of 'lined friends at four tables ridgo Thursday evening. A congregational supper was owed at tho Presbyterian church >arlors fiatur-hiy evening and re- oipts were $25. I*. T,. Koppun, daughter Dorothy, .nd son irvm, and j. ,n. Warburton vero shoppers at Algona Friday f torn oon. The Iiev. and Mrs. Frcrldng at- onded a Presbyterian ministers' onloronce at Lone Rock last week uesilay. Dena nippcntrop is working at red 'Schroodor's, and Roxena \nielsberg at the W. 13. '.Ley's -- • -and Mrs. Harvey Johnson' a few days at Cos Moinea Harry Jinrton, Ixiiira. MHchell, Salary .... Earl Bo wnn, Labor ....... Lukwiliolmor Co. Mdso.. . . ' Leigh ton Supply Co., ;M<1so Xoptuno Mc'ter Co., Jlctee. O. A. AVbltc, Labor ...... Hoy Larson , Labor ...... Moc & SjoKTon, Mclxo ..... GKNERAN FUND Frank ftrcon, Sala.ry .... If. A. Van Alwtyno Salary If. A. Van AlKtyno Salary I'\ AV. Grr-cii, ]>j{js ....... Nw Boll 'I.Vlo Co., Scrvlco Tli CM AUre, JIclso .......... Aloe & Sjofjron, Jtdxe ..... L-f-o I'. Dalilhauscr, Gas & Oil .................... Ralph Elbcrt, Uopalrs Mr. Pont ast week. Invin Wortman returned Sunday naming from a U-ip to Chicago. Blanks Are Here For New Hunting, Fishing Permits Tho county recorder recently re- ieivcd blanks for hunting and fisting licenses. There are now four 'onus of license for wild life sportsmen. A combination hunting and fish- ng license is issued to adults at i2.50. _ It is printed in 'blue ink. riio fishing license alone is print-1 in black and costs only a dollar. The adult hunting license, print- ul in red, costs $2, and children's hunting licenses, printed in purple, liaKlibrook, Kala.ry . . J't'ssto L:i.sbl>rool<, Salary . . Klllo,lt Sldlllnfc', JIan and iton m ................... l-llliot Skilling, jlsin and team ................... W'ill.ard Grcjjson, Labor . . AA'illard regson, Lnlxir .... Oliver 'Bakken, Laboi- .... Oliver Bakken, Labor .... Gcol. Gundcr, LuV>or ..... AViiltai-a Greg-son, M'an and tea m (Fob.) ............ Prank Skllling, I/ibor ____ ,T. 1. Ifolcomb Mfg Co., Mdso ................... Iowa Culvert & Plpo Co., Mdso ................... Laing & Mucihcy, Md.se. . . . George Dunn ot al, Labor. . Botsforcl Lum. Co., M.dee. Deep Rock Oil Co., Mdso . . Harms Oil Co., Mdso ...... Skelly OU Co., Mdse ...... Nelson. Hdwe, cost a dollar. Dealers in Grain in Talkfest Here Elevator grain dealers within a •adius of 50 miles of Algona were expected here last evening for a neeting and C:30 banquet at the Algona hotel. Tho main speaker was to 'be David Milligan, secretary of the Western Grain Dealers asso- dation, Dos Moines, and following his talk a general discussion of the code for grain dealers, the Iowa sales tax, and the sealed corn question was to take place. Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, March 29, 1934— City council met In regular session on this day at tho city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ? 145.00 Leo Bollock, salary 129.00 Walter Gorman, salary 120.00 Tom Halpin, salary ....... 120.00 Geo. L. & . E. Miller Mdso Koblhaas & Hpilles, Mdse . Kent Motor Co., Mcfee .... McMurra.y Eros. Sidewalk Thoso Akre, Rent Jesse Umberhowor, Dump C. F. Specht, Salary as Mayor H. L. GUmore, Salary, City Treasurer Dr. Fraser, Salary, Helath Officer J. L. Boriar, Salary, City Solicitor W. A. White, 25 Council Meetings W. A. Foster, 23 Council Meetings Frank Kohlhaas, 20 Council Meeti'ngB Leighton Misbach, 27 Council Meetings Thos Kain [16 Council Meet- ilngs Frank Geigt'l, 24 Council Meetings Gep .Hansen, Mdse SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, Salary Don Palmer et al Labor .. Kohlhans & Spilles, Mdse... Ecjtsford Lum. Co., Mdse.. F. S. Norton & Co., ,Mdse. C. E. Chubb, Engineering C. E. Chubb Engineering .. Geo. Hansen, Mclse & repair FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, Salary .... Ralph Elbert, Repairs Teachers Are lleclecied— The school board met a week ago Monday evening and reelected the present 'teachers for next year at the same salary. I-f. E. Stepbenson, salary .. 11115.00 Ray Barton, salary US.00 C. C. Wright, salary 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125.00 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., Mdse. 35.00 FaBSoy Machine Co., Mdse. 16.01 Fort Dodogo Temt & Awning Co., Mdso Eagle. Iron Works, Mdse... Kennedy & Parsons, Mdso. Tho Game-well Co., Mclse. .. Crania Company, Melee. ... Midland Chem. Labs, Mdse. General Electric Supply Corp., Mds'e John A.. Clsurk Electric Co. Mdse Electric Supply Co., Mdse. Terry Durin Co., Mdse Malleable Iron Range Co., Mdse Iowa Concrete- -Products Co. Mdse. Forbes 'Petroleum Co., Gas, Oil 2'51.53 State Law Reporting Co., Mdise. Fulton 111.00 95.00 07.50 52.74 .83 86.52 30.08 10.10 6.50 (108.00 54.00 54.00 '5.50 4.50 fi.4'i' 1.44 12.80 0.75 30.00 75.00 24.00 55.-80 32.70 32.70 1G.80 41.70 69.00 18.60 32.40 '14.42 B27.83 14.35 2.40 11.05 3.29 8.16 '5.05 18.07 .45 21.91 4.93 '52.36 10.42 10.00 250.00 40.00 50.00 400.00 22.50 20.70 23.40 24.30 1'4.40 21.60 7.05 2'5.00 10.10 8.03 49.25 4691.28 05.25 107.00 21.65 45.00 .75 GEOIL OUT SLUDGEJHE OIL EATER Algona Insurance Truck Ins. Agency 8.16 C. F. SPEOHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, Clerk. This New Motor Oil stops sludge formation . . . cuts oil costs Time now to drain out winter-worn 3&L oil and change to heavier grades, and when you change, decide that this summer you'll keep sludge out of your engine. For sludge clogs your oil lines, hinders lubrication, fouls your filter. It makes valves sluggish so you lose gasoline power. Finally, it causes rings lo stick and pump oil. It is the greatest cause of high motor-oil consumption. Keep sludge out by using Iso=Vis "D , the Anti-Sludge Motor Oil. It does not sludge under the hardest kind of driving. It kcepa rings lively and free, reducing oil consumption to the minimum. That's why you have to add to it less frequently between drains; ISO=VIS "D" ...... 25c«* FEDERAL TAX .......... _ 1C ° <?'• 26C °<]'- PLUS TOTAL STANDARD OIL SERVICE ALSO DISTRIBUTORS OF ATLAS TIRES Copr. 1934, Standard OU Co. Let Us Help You With that Job Printing DON'T GAMBLE ON OLD TIRES! PUT ON NEW Theodore Wallentine gave gqod numbers. The glee Alumni Team Defeated— High school basketlball boys played the alumni in the gymnasium Friday night and won. Other Lakota News. Dr. and Mrs. Rdbert Williams went to Algona Sunday to visit Mrs Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren, who came home Saturday from a winter spent in the south. Or. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E Williams, Fort Dodge, spent a week ago Sunday here. Mrs. Guy Beemer and Guy S mother, Mrs. (Frank Raymore, Albert Lea, who is visiting them, Mrs. Vern Molinder, and .her mother, Mrs. Minnie Thaves, were at Estherville Friday. The Jacob Johnsons, near Buffalo Center, visited at U'bbe Heyes unday to get acquainted with the help defray Ames, their expenses to New Couch is Engaged— John IPohlman, athletic coach at Bancroft, has been engaged as coach for the next school year here. Mr. 'Pohlman has been coach for St, John's academy and the Bancroft public school the past year. Mildred Anderson, o£ Milford, will take the place of Viola Helgason in the fourth grade. The other present teachers will return except for a sixth grade vacancy and high school principal. Stores Open in Evening— The stores are again open on Wednesday nights, giving farmers who do not wish to leave their work in the daytime a chance to do their shopping in the evening. Fifteen Placed in Jobs, Says Trauger The local national reemployment office was a busy place last week according to T. A. Trauger, manager. Total persons obtaining jobs were 9 men and six women. There were 110 callers during the week mostly seeking employment. At present the total registration of unemployed is 634. Mr. Trauger strongly urges all unemployed, both isien and women over 16, to register at'his office. There 15 no charge for any service ttoat he renders. ' -., new boy, Richard Herman. Johnson and Mrs. Heyes are Lers. iMr. and Mrs. Joe Bruns, mil • ouu ^i** "• »— — • , .. mont, Minn., spent Sunday visiting the A. Q. Smiths. Mrs. Bruns is a sistre-in-law of Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Worley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall enter- Mrs, sis- Fair- Standard Oil Co., Gas & OU K. D. James, Mdse. Kalpli Elbert, Mdse. Moo & Sjogren, Mdse. Creseo-Union Sign Delduitch super service, repairs Western Union, Service. . . Anderson Grain & Coal Co., iMclse. C. S. Johnson, Mdse. Advance Pub. Co., Printing Pratt Electric Co., Mdse. . . F. S. Norton & 'Son, Mdse. Bob Tuiit, Labor DYEARS NOW RIGHT We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods INSURANCE Automobile Liability and Collision Insurance. Iowa Motor Road Service Included. long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). dity Bonds-Surety Bonds-Beer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. GG.12 249.57 24.25 "There s a tread with GRIF' 24.25 4.39 3.00 30.72 W.,12 300..00 22.22 3.50 Blowout-Protected in EVERY Ply! 5.7G 14.55 3.54 8.38 4.95 *Priees subject to change without notice. State «oles tax, if additional Ernst TMel, Meter Reading Alex Nietson, Mdso. J. F. BmU.li et al, deposit on acc.t H. W. Post, Fr>t & Dray .. Ij. E. Hovey, 'Burglary and Robbery H. K. Kruse, Jlessengor Ins. J. A. McDonald, Rent Ry Express press Nw. 'Bell Tele. Co. Service Koihlhaas & Spilles, Mdse . Standard Oil Co., Gas & Oil Oeo Hanson, Mdse & repair WATER FUND ,T. W. Kelly, Salary Frank Ostrum, Consi8tcnt W ith Enable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans-Real Estate-Reutals-Inyestinents, THE AIGONA INSURANCE AGENCY ^ M AYBE this will surprise I you but—you're taking) a double gamble wearing out old' tires this Spring—the gamble of a price increase greater than what your present tires may be worth, added to the gamble of accident. That's the situation—with tires priced ridiculously low—with rubber, cotton, wages and other costs often as much as doubled —with Goodyear quality at new high peaks. And that's why smart folk are putting on new Goodyears these days—full sets!—at really bargain cost they're protecting their safety for a long time to come. Better get our prices on your size—and let us show you why more people are buying Goodyears than any other tire, for the nineteenth successive year. ; Supertwiet Cord Tires ALL-WEATHER $ 7'u? PATHFINDER $ 5'u? SPEEDWAY $ 4'l? TRUCK TIRES $ 14'&» 5 Play safe on prices, on driving, on quality — let us equip your car with new Goodyears right now! .* Deldutch Super Service IUBEICATIQN, CAB WASHING AND BRAKE 8EEYICE EXUDE BATTEBIES Call 88 _,_ '*"" SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION r—the way your cai 1 makei; recommend^. We use tile, right lubricants in the right places in the right amount.;

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