Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN K00gttf5 Cimtrfg More Specials at THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 17, 18 AND 19 Here is a list of specials, some neu, some hold over from last week, which should bring flic crowds in this week, as they did last week. Remember this is the store where you always find the crowds—there's a reason. Grenadine curtains, cream ground with medium sized cushion clots in assorted colors, Priscilla or flounce styles—a very beautiful curtain and greatly under- priced at _ $] <2 » pair Fancy Turkish Towels with woven~co7ored borders- big jumbo size (20x40) all shades, just the thing for summer use—an extra special __ _ _ og c 81x99 inch bed sheets, full bleached anT'heinmed with cambric finish—underpriced on today's market -Buy them at these reduced prices __ __$i i^ Ladies' all-silk dancettes, in flesh crepe'de chine fitted front, side-button panties, brassiere to match- close-outs in small sizes only _ at 00 New numbers in both light and dark "colored silk dresses, sizes from 14 to 38. This is a clean-up from values 0 ^ dreSSGS and represent exceptional ALLW56L'SV^ select from in all sizes from 14 to 40—mostly navvs- everything included. Just the thing for Fall wear- buy them now at Hftlf p . Clean-up of all cotton blouses'-lcompfeTe'^sizes Tram cor 1, A 7i n ?h ' new , mod f a in organdy, batistes, and AU li of Vf ye - S • tyl6S> regular $1 ' 00 val « es 79c Thi ?, ^jldren's print dresses, sizes from 2 to 14 This is the time to shop for the children 79c FOR SERVICE FIRE CAUSES B!S LOSS AT ONION FARM Seven Buildings on the Broesder Farm Are Lost. Algonian Wins Dash 15} KPV. A. H. Wood. Good Hope, May 15—A devastating fire which swept through the E. L. Broesder farm buildings a I half mile south of the Good Hope ' church Friday afternoon caused a I loss of approximately $5,000, and there was no insurance. Starting at 4:30 p. m. in a straw shed adjoining the barn on the east, the fire soon enveloped the barn and thence leaped from one building to another till within an hour it had completely destroyed a brooder house, two chicken houses, a machine shed, a work shop, and a fuel house besides the barn „ Only the home, the corn cribs' (; HARL ES CRETZMEYER, Algona high school's star sprinter, is and a granary were left, and the shown breaking the tape in ths 100-yard dash at the Mason City ' " corn cribs were afire at track meet Saturday in this pictu 'o, which apeared in Monday's Des Moines Register, from which paper this illustration was secured. Co- IIP U SO Rugs Cleaned Send us your Drapes and Curtains FURS! FURS! See us about repairing and cleaning your fur coats Mnif 6 re P rese ' ltatives °* the Cownie Fur Co., of Des Momes. Fur storage at nominal cost. We call for and deliver. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 one time or another, but the blazes were kept wet down by a bucket brigade till arrival of the Algona fire company. Firemen Saved House. The-work of the firemen was probably all that saved the house for the wind was toward it, and another building within 30 feet was ablaze. Danger that the house would go was so great that most of the furniture was carried out by volunteers. A crowd of several hundred people had gathered. What caused the fire is undetermined. Mr. Broesder and his son -. r . 1] . *«~* tmu ilia SUU William had come from the fields a short time before. Their horses had been stalled in the barn, .and the men were at chores about the Mr. Broesder finally noticed smoke coming from a fire in the stack. The blaze was then no larger than a bushel basket. He tried i to put it out with pails of water but it soon got beyond control I Calves, Sows Die. William heard his father call for help, and they abandoned the blaze to save the livestock in the barn. Eight or ten horses were led out,' but four calves and two sows perished, for by the time the last horse was out the roof was falling , wan, West Waterloo, is shown finishing in second place. was done at Magnus Rahm's farm, where n mac/bine shed was Wowrt over and the chicken house roof was lifted and crashed against the roof of the thouse. Home Portly Unroofed. Lotts Creek, May 15—Many small or old buildings were damaged Jn the high winds Saturday, and many tree were broken off or 1 blown down. The south roof of t'ho Walter Kvausc 'homo was blowi off and carried down !licir 'Inno The roof of a corn crib at Hormai Rcisncr's was blown off,nml silos were wrecked. Voslcy Tree Downed. Wesley, May 15—Wind Saturday forenoon demolished Kin a! buildings, also the 'barn, on the I farm occupied by Henry Goet.7, Many trees were blown down, including a cottonwood IS inches in diameter on the Fred 'Steil farm Good Hope Report. Good Hope, May 15—Widespread damage was done by high winds which swept this section Saturday. Many small buildings are unroofed or blown over, silos were wrecked, and larger 'buildings damaged. Damage at Lnkota. Lakota, May 15 — A miniature tornado and dust storm went through Lakota Saturday morning and barn and chicken house damage was reported at a number of farms. times known as Lena son; Juchem; sometimes Juchem; sometimes as , CUT RATE GROCERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL^ BACON SQUARES CATSUP 2 14-oz. bottles _____ 25c LAUNDRY SOAP 10 bars ____________ 21c SOAP CHIPS 2 pkgs ------------- 25c COFFEE 3 Ibs. ------------- 55 C PUFFED WHEAT 2 phgs. ------------ 17 C BARTLETT PEARS No. 10 can ________ 49 C BRAN FLAKES 2 pkgs. CORN MEAL a Ibs. DRIED PEACHES 2 Ibs. 28c A. & H SODA 2 pkgs. DRIED APRICOTS 2 Ibs. TOMATOES 2 No. 21-2 cans ___ 85c GINGER SNAPS 2 Ibs i 9c Sugar 10 Ibs. 49c "Busiest Little Store in Town" There was no other livestock loss except a few chickens, but there was a heavy loss of tools and farm machinery. Farm Machinery Lost. All of the farm machinery except a corn planter and a corn cultivator were in the machine shed, and for the most part was a complete loss. This included two plows, two mowers, corn binder, grain binder <yi*nirt Ml limn *-A.. .___ -i • . _ ' grain elevator and tools. Mr. Broesder and his son miscellaneous' suf- Brownell Shoe Co. «»*« Aiio oun HUI- fered minor burns on neck, arms and hands, and were taken to town for treatment. h,,lw- S und "f t ° od tna t the burned buildings will be replaced soon. Bancroft Woman, 43, Dies; Six Children Bancroft, May 15—Funeral services for Mrs. Chris Anderson, who died Ian Thursday, after a two weeks illness, were lield Sunday at the Baptist church. 'She was .borrt here Maroh 9, 1891, and was 43. Her maiden name was Olive Evelyn Trask. She -was married August 21, 1913 and eight children were born. Two are dead. She i3 survived by her husband, Emily and George, at home, 'Muretta, Evelyn, Hannah, and Arlene, Woodward, her mother, one brother, and two sisters. She -was a member of the Methodist churdh. Blackford Park is Now Landscaped The cdty commission's program Ruby Riddle, Burl, Wedded Sunday to Lone Rock Youth Burt, May 16— Ruby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Riddle, and Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Snick, Lone Rock, were marr ried Sunday at 5:30 p. m. at the home of the bridegroom by the Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Beulah Gifford, Burt, was bridesmaid. Harold Gross, Lone Rock, best man. A wedding dinner was served by the bridegroom's mother, and guests included the immediate families and a few close friends. The bride s a 1933 Burt H. S. graduate, and the bridegroom a graduate of the Lone Rock high school. For the last several years he has helped his father, buttermaker for the Lone Rock creamery. The couple will live at Ruthven, where Mr. Shick will run a_cream station. Nick Goeders Laid Up By An Accident Fenton, May 15— Nick Goeders, STORM (Continued from page 1.) south edge of Sexton. A number of other small buildings were blown over around hero also. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders went to Osceola Saturday morning after receiving a telegram that the buildings on their farm near Osceola were destroyed when a tornado struck there early Saturday morning. Girl Hit By Bat. Fenton, May 15—Dorouiy, youngest daughter of Mrs. Elsie Ore- yer, was struck above one eye 'by a kittenball bat a -scihool last wee* Tuesday, and it was nece&sary to take five stitches to close the wound. The eye was not injured. known as Lena Gabriel- \ ,,,,t MIKE MARNACH; KU-|' 1°' *'""' son; MIKE MARNACH- RU- i "" GENE MARNACH; MRS. MATT V- Kivcn HBNTOES, sometimes known nsli» 11 , 1 " (nny Katie Ilentges; EMMA JUCKUM I?!" 1 , 11 " sometimes known "° ™ '| lo| e.si. o n HENRY known THOMAS JUCKUM, known as ' Thomas ijV .Tucliem; ADAM JUCKUM, some- j ' times known as Adum Juchem * ' JOHN JUCKUM, sometlmen' known ns John Juchem' MRS ' PETER CAPSUSCIES, sometimes! known ns Mrs. Peter Cupeslus- PETER CAPSUSCIES, soinc- timos known as Peter Capesius- MATT HENTGES; JOHN SIMON; JQHN SIMON, Administrator of the Estate of Maggie Simon; SUSIE WAGNER; MARY LELAND; MIKE SIMON; NICK SIMON; MAGGIE ANDRE- ANNIE EISCHBN; THERESA VENEMA; WILLIAM MARNACH; Defendants. To Said Defendants: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file In ;he office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county ^Ti',^ e ?? ut !° n of .. th « Plaintiff, Hie and lf ' ( . ilUoi-ulf 6 "'! i" nmrKS fc 1 vcred i'|,' cKC! ' f .^ch 111 <*ii.i(. in ,."''»( \VI1, |i,- W j|. K °S8I S n, " « L y thcrcor : , — r, Cylinder farmer, was seriously injured two weeks ago, when he was thrown under machinery as he was at work in a field and was dragged a half mile. When the horses got to the fence they stopped. Mrs. Goeders noticed that something was wrong, and went into the field where she found her husband helpless. She called for help and he , icr found all his ribs broken ou the one side. He was also lacerated and bruised. Latest word Is that he is recovering. He is the father of Tony Goeders, well known at Algona, and Mrs. Fred H. Bohn n ATI rrtn ' Fenton. St. John's Bancroft, Will Graduate 20 Bancroft, May 15—Commencement exercises for St. John's high, hool will be held Sunday, Juno at the church. The Rev. Robt. -f -•-. ~ uu . u .i v, JJ* Wfc t VI.I1I of beautification of Blackford park has been completed with the installation of more than $100 wortlh: c-f evergreen shrubs and trees. The park ihas been landscaped by an expert from the Sherman Nursery company. It was recently throroughly cleaned, <tha road graveled, and a rustic foot bridge and patlh built. Park 'benches and tables have been installed, 'and a brick fireplace is nearing completion. _ -. w _VUT, J.VWWV. ., Rockwell 'City, alumnus, deliver the address, and the Rev. J. F. Schultes will present diplomas and give a .brief talk. Graduates are Frank Baker, Lawrence Becker, Alta Coyne, Lawrence Deitering, Kenneth Devine, Velma Dyer, Marine Guide, Eileen Konnke, Unban Kramer, Winifred Lappe, George Merron, Alice Meyers, Leone Miller, 'Dorothy iNurre Mary iRahe, Bertha 'Sehiltz, Elmer bchnejder, Betty Sheridan, Loretta bimmons and Lauretta Weber. Bancroft Hospital Patients Released •Bancroft, May 15—Charles Baker left the Wohnke hospital Monday, following a hernia operation. He is a partner of Williams & Baker, barbers. Arnold Krueger, 12, near Swea City, wa s operated on for appendicitis at the (hospital last week Tuesday. Ida Mae Willey, Armstrong, had" a similar opera- Friday night at the hospital. Ledyard Creamery Thrives. Ledyard, May 8—In the last few weeks the Farmers' Cooperative creamery here has increased its number of patrons from 55 to 104. Ilieh Point Silos Down. Rich Point, May 15—A windstorm Saturday morning did considerable damage. Silos at E. R Mawdsley's and R. C. Lage's were? blown down, and a <henhou.se at S. J. Devine's was destroyed. A brooder house at the Leslie Jenkins tarm was tipped, the brooder stove exploded, 200 chicks being lulled. The same neighborhood was the center of a severe hailstorm in the late afternoon which ruined early gardens, p<r,d damaged the- oat crop. Tornado Near Penlon. Fenton, May 15—A small tornado struck the Fairville neighborhood, west of iFenton, Saturday morning and did considerable damage to buildings. T.he barn on the Henry Langerman farm was blown down, and cattle sfteds, chicken houses, garages, and other small .buildings .at the Clarence Wegener, IE. K. Jolhnson, William Stigman, and Prank Humphrey farms were damaged or wrecked. Fatal Bolt at Ledyard. Ledyard, May 15—Saturday between 5 and 6 o'clock hail began to fall and some of the stones were as large as hen's eggs. Just previous to the hail lightning struck Alvin Bush's barn, killing a mare and colt, and setting the barn on fire, and it was burned to the ground. The same bolt of lightning killed Janero Flores, a Mex- can, who was pumping water. He leaves a wife and nine children. Burt Barn Blown Down. Burt, May 15—A heavy wind Saturday morning did considerable damage in this vicinity. The barn on the C. E. Sigsbee place, south Jf Burt, on which the Robert Ackermans live, was blown down A large chicken house on the •William Elvidge farm, a double corn c ^ batc -.f.Seefeld's, and many ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. June term A. D. 1934. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNI TED STATES, Plaintiff. vs. JOHN P. HEIDERSCHEIDT, Ad ministrator of the Estate o Michael Heiderscheidt, deceased ADAM HEIDERSCHEIDT; MAT HEW HEIDERSCHEIDT; MAG GIE SIMON; KATHRIN JUCUM otherwise known as Juchen SUSIE ANDRE; ANNIE MAR NACH; MARY FORMAN; VAL ANTINE DIETER; MIKE DIE TER; TONIE DIETER; KATH REN DIETER; VALANTINE HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOE HEI DERSCHEIDT; JOHN HEI DERSCHEIDT; CHARLIE HEI DERSCHEIDT; MIKE HEIDER SCHEIDT; ADAM HEIDER SCHEIDT; KATIE HEIDER SCHEIDT WAGNER; DORA HEIDERSCHEIDT WAGN E R • MIKE VON BANK; PETER VON BANK; NICK VON BANK; JOE VON BANK; LIZZIE SCHALLER; KATIE VON BANK; ROSE bTALLEMAN or STATTLE MAN; MARY ORIGNER or OKI^R; MAGGIE YACKLEY; JOHNNIE HEIDERSCHEIDT JOHN BERKHIMER; KOSSUTH COUNTY; MRS. HENRY BON™ STETTER, sometimes known as Katie Bonnstetter; MRS. EUGENE WELTER, sometimes TA^p n «^ MaBgie Welter ; M RS. JAKE MARTI, sometimes known as Anna Marti; MRS. HIRAM RIES, sometimes known as Mary Rle?: MRS GEORGE SCHA^ LER sometimes known as Susie Schaller; MRS. CARL SATERN sometimes known as V™ca' claiming of you, the sum of 6,000.00 on account of your prom- ssory note dated May 17, 193? or glnally given to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to the Plaintiff herein; also for the fore- c osure of the real estate mortgage given to secure the above described GRflDUfll ask fo r ceiver. demanded fc »d on or day be held nienoing m 1934, 'ion | tend 'onal i U 1 6°na, against you nnd ;"' "'<* rendered Ul * 35-38 AU[ "-ncy s f or | MRSTnrro H; MRS. LOU GABRIELSON, somel UJELB1 The Choij of Girls and Boys Our jewelry pll «io most appropl selection O f <ion gifts (o | )C at moderate prid For Her Diamond Rings Fancy Stone Rings ; Neck and Ring Sets Bracelet and Ring Sets Wrist Watches Vanity Sets Compacts Mesh Bags 5-Year Diaries Strap Watches Cameo Rings Bill Fold and Cigaret Case Cigarel Lighters Collar and Tie Sets I Pen and Pencil Sett) Auto Mirror and CliJ Watch Bracelets ^^•^•^^•••ri We still have a few high grade 15-jeivel wrist vital at half price. These watehes are all standard ni in gold filled cases. You can't afford to overlook bargains. ,r Jewelry Store—Phone 240 Diamonds Watches Silverware Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing ............ Blll Minimum iiiiiiiiiuiii Coast to Coast Stores t were wrecicea at various nolnts No rain accompanied the storm Titonka Barn Moved. Jitonka, May 15—A terrific wind 'through here Saturday morn- destroying and damaging sev- bulldings. John Pink ; s g barn ed a little; one of Jay chicken houses was de- several trees ; an d through this territory iged to some extent Sev , »,• t were blown d °wn, one of which was WIHlamCoagrove'B. Crash at StTfienedlct. St. Benedict. May 15—-Saturday morning a windstorm swept over the community, blowing down trees, electric light polls, and ,-, i .1. *•!»** «• jjuies, ana some -buildings. A lot of damage § ~-^ " ^^m^mmmimmm w p^^^^v^B^ » •^i^S^^^3s£!^'^sSJ^ ueM * '" Co " st8 '™ While others are advancing m-l^a n * * /,' sale, seasonable items «* "-»««- '- - st to toast stores offer FLAT WALL PAINT 97c gallon SOY BEANS FOR SALE. Raney. -HUGH 6u35 FOR SALE—10 HEAD MARES and colts.—Harley Hanson. Wesley. 10p33-36 FOR SALE—MANCHU AND Illini soy bean seed. —S. G. Keagle, Titonka. llp34-37 FOR SALE—2-YEAR-OLD Poland China boar. — Victor Johnson phone 543-W. I2p35 FOR SALE—MAMMOTH BRONZE turkey eggs.—Mrs. C. R. Schoby phone 28F31. Ilp33&35 WANTED — $1300, SECURED BY first mortgage.—Emma Schmidt, Lu Verne, la. 10p34-35 FOR SALE—ONE NEW AND ONE used 2-row cultivator.—McEnroe Bros., phone 519. 13u35 SECONDHAND KITCHEN SINK and corner wash bowl wanted.— W. C. Dewel, Algona. 35g FEW POLAND CHINA SOWS FOR sale; vaccinated. Will farrow within week. — Leonard Heerdt Burt. „ 3 , SHEEP SHEARING—CAN SHEAR your sheep on short notice.— Glen A. Sharp, Lone Rock, phone 52 or 15. FOR SALE—ONE RUMELY OIL- Pull tractor, 20-40 and one six- cylinder Rumely tractor. Theo Weisbrod, Fenton. 18p35-37 SEED CORN FOR SALE — REID Yellow Dent, test 98. Shelled and graded, $1 per bu.—Alvin L. Weber Irvmgton, phone 15F22. 20p35-36 CHESTER WHITE BOAR str~a7ej —Jens Sorensen, Algona. 7p35 WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL housework.—Call 410 N. Wooster Phone 621. g35 ' Pay Your Advance Subscription Now GETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, $77.50 Users biggest loosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf MANCHU SOY BEANS, $1.50 buT^- R. W. Butterfield, Elmore, Minn., 0 miles north, 3% east of Swea y. 17p34-36 FREE ROOM FOR RESPONSIBLE elderly lady wishing to live with another elderly lady, five blocks from State street.—Inquire B A Danson - 20p35 FOR SALE—NORTHERN" GROWN soy beans, manchu and mini germination tested, $1.75 hu. at farm 1% miles north «f Corwith — A. E. Mullins. 22(2) 26tf SEED CORN FOR SALE — HIGH yielding, early maturing yellow; tests 97 to 100 per cent; shelled, graded, and sacked, $1.00 bu • on itF2i 75 A,r Hueh Raney - p ione 15F21. Algona. 28p34-35 SEED CORN-PURE KOSSUTH Reliance and Early 90-day Golden King for late planting. Extra ?°° d t^: highest yielders - *ioo and $1.25 bu. graded.-Alfred Car- 1'sle. % mi. eustWhktPTnn..^ 30l)35 •iw.y, buy for Iess at Coast to HOUSE PAINT For outside or in side use. »7c per gallon Solid Steel FISHING RODS 49c Winding Reels, 98c CLOTHES PINS 4-hour Spar Motor Oil, Medium HARD WATER SOAP ( 3 bars 9c ROPE 100 ft, 3-8 in. _67c RAZOR BLADES lc each KEYSTONE, INTEBIOB GLOSS 4!»c quart TEAD liable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No ex perience or capital needed. Write today.-McNESS CO., Dept B WILL HE A CANDIDATE FOR the nomination for sheriff inThe June, primaries subject to the win , 0 n,,^,^ P " bl ^"voters of Ko s! _ AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE icket. "sub/ect to thj" .? emocrat * GARDEN HOSE 25 ft, $1.39 UNSEED OIL 89c MILK PAILS 35c BIKE TIRE 89c VARNISH 4-hour, 89c qt, LAUNDRY SOAP 10 bars 19c ^ »UCO POLISH »»• 7, 1-2 pint 39c - JOHNSON'S WAX 1 !!>• cau 49c B BATTERIES 45 volt, 85c FORD TIMERS C*f* RUBBER MATS 67c j garn Faint in 5 gang Bloom 2 gal. 6g •••••••••••••V"''^^^^^^^ FLAT WALL PAINT 49c . PORCH FLOOR PAI-^I 49cqt. ' SCREEN PAINT 23c qt. FLASH LIGHT BATT1 IBS, 5e GARDEN BAKE 67c SPADING FOBK 89c FAN BELT 19c

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