Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1934 · Page 9
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DNS LOANED t nr FCA , the admlnlstra- 'y Farm Loan W If $40,000,000 in w ° V inans into the ,f n Hutchlns, ° Lr of the Algona n Association, Farm Credit M fthe Land Bank e ° agent was estab- Bflft Wad- Bank Coms conaoli- wk in Sep- ltv eanand the loans Jndled by the Land m Waddell's first an- i'J disbursing officer, following: .7 456 loans were closed 0; Nebraska received 6,746 loans; South loans for $6,- g 766 loans A for 11,008,650. ictlcaliy every case, these I second mortgages follow,1 Land Bank first loans. ier'8 loan limit was by a recent act K.J rous to that time, Lit was $5,000. In some I f| rs t mortgage loans are i commissioner's money," Prizes AWAY tsday, May 31 jen 3 and 4 p. m. 1 have a chance to order and get a the following ten o Tweet Nest brood- love. [Hamilton Chick er. e metal feeder, value :er, value $1.00, and : feeders, ten prizes FREE FREE [fery order placed on fa large metal feeder way absolutely free. i $6.30 per 100, ex[hybrid pullets, $9. lilton itchery NCROFT, IOWA lance! Hurst and his DANCE BAND UUUNEI BMY HALL the date hell Charged isoline highway 169) Ber vice Bee HOFFMAN ybody Buys. LHAUSER ltef °fthedemo- i for MISSIONARIES SEND LETTERS TO IRVINGTON Irvington, May 29—The missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. K. P. Honey ihad charge of the devotional service and iltetters fldrect. from missionariea were road by Mrs. Schichtl, Mm Loss, Mrs. Boldridge and Mrs. McLean. Tihe letter read .by Mrs. Loss was written by one of her per- sonel acquaintances, a Mrs. White. Mrs. Loss met Mrs. White a few years 'ago. The iRev. Mr. English is also acquainted with, Mrs. White's father, formerly a Mason City minister. Tihe musical part of the program consisted of some congregational hymns, a solo, When I Take My Vacation in Heaven, by George Wolf, and Mra. Loss sang, Goin Home.. Tihe program was, closed by a senmonette on, Early church History, by the Rev. Mr. English. A covered dish luncheon was later •served in the .parlor. School Program I» Given- Pupils of the 4,ew Johnson school under direction of their teacher Pearl Leigh gave a program at the 'schoohouso Friday. A large crowd was in attendance and at the close of the program ten cent lunches were sold and $3.30 was realized. The program follows: Welcome, song by the) school; Wltoere's My Grandma? Evelyn Loss; Then I'll Bake pies, Joyce Bophes; The Minister's Call, five .pupils'; drill, school; That Baa Boy Melvin Von ! Bank; Secrets, first grade; When My Pa Shaves, Harold von Bank; What Next, Joyce,Bodies; We Ain't Goin' to Learn No More, school; Johnnie visits the dime museum, Evelyn Kramer; Sitting Up at Night, Helen Kramer and Arlene von Bank; Sister's Beau: The Deaf Grandparents, five pupils; IJaugh and grow fat, Jo Ann Esser; song Harold and Arlene Von Bank; As Our Washer Woman Sees It, Helen Kramer; Tom'boy, Arlene von Bank; For the Love of Kitty, 7th, and 8th grades; song, school, "Goodnight," Jo Ann Esser. Irvington Pupils Graduate— •Lucile, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole, who was val- idictorian at the graduation exer- cizes of the St. Cecelia's academy Sunday evening, -was 'born and reared in Irvington. She waa graduated from the Irvington school in 1930, under the supervision of Mrs. Molloy, who then taught here. Lucile's future plans are not definite. James, youngest son of Mr and Mrs. Frank Skilling, Algona, and brother of Mrs Robert Sprugeon here, was also graduated from St. Cecelia's Sunday. Father Theobald of St. Joe, ihad charge of the exercises. Truck and Car Collide— The • truck owned toy Percy Schichtl was struck by a Ford owned and driven by 'Roy Guy in Irvington Saturday evening. The accident occured just north of the Sankey store. The truck was being driven north and the Guy car, which was going south, struck the truck toward the back end. The Guy car suffered considerable damage, and the truck was damaged. •Mr Guy was showing his children) some wolves kept by Barney Franfcl and did not notice the other car.. The.occupants of 'both, cars were uninjured. Goodwill Club in Meeting— The Goodwill club recently met with Mrs. Elmer Enery.vMrs. Ray Butterfield, of near Burt was assisting hostess. Roll call was answered hy Mother Goose rhymes. Little Boy Blue was dramatized by Howard Krause, Helen Wolf, Maryln Nelson, Jean Marie Lenz, Norma Strippling, and Norma Jean Ramus. all Email children. The June meeting will be with Mrs. Lena Strippling, at Lu Verne, with Mrs. Harry Christanson 'assisting. School Picnic at Park— The school pupile of Pearl Leigih, their parents and friends enjoyed a picnic at the state park Sunday, and 100 enjoyed the occasion. ' After dinner, ball games races, and various other sports were enjoyed. Showers, Honor Ruhr Keopke— A miscellaneous shower i& (honor of Ruby Keopke will be given by the Aid society at the dhuroh parlor this week Thursday afternoon. Effie Egel -will • give a -shower for her at her home tibia week Friday afternoon. Losses Entertain at Dance- Mr and Mrs. Mike Loss entertained at a dancing party at tihe shelter house la.st week Wednesday evening. The music was furnished by Mr, Loss and Valle Schot. Other Irvington. The Key. A, English preached Sunday on, The Weather and the Christian. The text was from James 5-17:18. The children'a day program which'>wa» to have been given June 10, (has been postponed till June 18. This is to give the children of the schools, which will not be cloaed till late this week, a chance for more practice. 'Mrs. Mabel Potter is spending several days ,at 0. L. Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. 'Elmer Hain -were Sunday guests of the MiUera. Mrs. Charles 'Sankey was a Sunday ?«est at Bert Sankey's. Other visitors at Sankey's was the Frank Gronbachs. The 'Paul Blumers, and Mr and Mrs. John Bockes and children were guests at Simeon Leigh's last week Thuraday evening in honor of Phillip Bloomer, .who was eeJ«bratinjr «"? eighth birthday, i.r~ w Mr, Leigh, who also had a birthday. • Victor "Appjegate is spending a «w days with Mrs. L. (B. Potter, «f AJgoaa, while taking medical treatment Mr. Applegate's condition is believed to b.e caused by a «svere cold and from effects of Me extraction of seven*! teeth. The Jmngton hall team toeld a dance in Algona last week Wednes- JWy evening. The dance was well -*'— J - J The Swanee orchestra Quilting I'arty is Given— Mrs. Linus Jen fi en entertained at a quilting party last Thursday Mrs. Alfred Einess, Ames, Mrs. Geo. Jensen, ningsted, Mrs. J. H nt? SC w-?J rs% J ° ns Halvers °n, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mrs. Albert Utetedt. Mrs. S. 0 Sarnie, uMrs. Clarence Osborn, and Pauline Osborn. Eleven Spend Hay at Lakes— Jwrald Godden, Eldon Patter^ •son, jerrald Halvereon, Harold Nielson, Irving Klein, Paul Voigt, Earl Cooper, Midlred Wiberr Winifred Patterson, Claudia Voigt! verda Peterson, and lEei-nice 1 Campbell spent Friday at Interlaken. Summer Bible School Opened— The Rev. Mr. Sande started his summer Bible study ojass Monday morning. Other Seneca News. 'Mrs. Anna Osborn entertained as dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Clayton Houseman, the William Browns, Armstrong, Laura Allan, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Jennie Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen, daughter Beverly Ann, tihe Otto . MUore4 ,poj« was employed last JTOSBUTH CQTTMTY ADVANCE. AT.OOMA , was given by Jo],,, K 'OH. TOO valc,lictoriai. • -^.....11 gavo a talk ami songs WC rc sung by the Key 1 , and Mrs. ainmans, Swca City, am] JJer- nice Jensen and Verna Patterson r ' "• JcnHcns Here Af?ain— The P. H. Jensen family moved Here from Fo rt They were residents of this Hy and Fcnton till t wo years a> when their daughtcr M ™ "^ graduated and they moved to Fort Dodge, where she attended Junior college. They are now living at i1 ' Swca liv t lvo'i T , °° y Rpent Sun - Icnson »n , r (ll) ' S ' an<1 tPP Mr 1 ° me WHh h ° r sis- son n,,fV ' " mCS Doocy ' Carl Nicl " omi' < (, • Ccnlc r. *Pent thews* cn<l at Marmus Nelson's. Mr. and Mr* Carl Wolfe, Efflngham, 111 spentthe week-end at I-f. C. Mrs. Han.s Jcnson loft •lays .ago for a r, Mrs. PAGE NINS U 1 J •' Held by the Seneca H. S. Won M. Stiles, C. ][. Klamp, Field Ileporters W. J 1'ayne, Contributing Governor Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins, who live a mile and a half north of Corwith, were Algona visitors Friday, and Mr. Mullins called at the Advance office to order his soy beans advertisement discontinued, saying he was almost sold out. He owns his 170-acre farm, on which he *«"> he moved - *»..«. n^.-iun IUHU her James visited at Hans Wil- JH last Thursday. A Seneca school picnic was held at the schoolliouse last Thursday. Mrs Blva Simpson, Ceylon, -and ner daughter Connie visied at Simpson's last week Tuesday "-iHell 'Saundters .is atten'dto.g •wible school at Bancroft. Louis Appelt, .Swea City, son i lard, daughter Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, daughter Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. Mil- John is married and farms near Wesley; another married son is a high school principal in Texas; two married daughters live at or near Webster City; and an unmarried daughter is cashier in a Webster City store. * • * * The Rev. L. Wittenburg, of Lu Verne, his wife, and their children, Kenneth, 8, and Nadine, 5, left last week Tuesday morning for a day of fishing at Lost Island, near -—o- Jensen's, Ringstdd. day. Mrs. Alfred Einess, Ames, came ast week Tuesday to see her brother Jerrald Halverson graduated and visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs Jens Halverson, going ihome by tram Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson, daughter Marjorie Patterson, and brothers at home with her parents, who farm north of Whittemore. • * • • •Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Peter, two miles west and a mile soutih. of Burt, have a new girl, their first child, now four months old and weighing 10% pounds. They have named (her Velda Louise. * * * * Emil Bierstedt, three miles north of Lotts Creek, was grinding his corn plow shovels when we called, and was doing a good job. He has a small emery wheel which he runs with a gas engine. The outfit is all buWt on the engine frame. • * * * Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kessel, two miles south and 1% miles west of Elm ore, have a new iboy, born 'hey have not named him i is the only boy in the family, but they 'have three girls, .uamatta, 8, Dorothy, 7, and Ruby Luamatta has been having some Maurice Jensen visited at Jensen's Sunday evening. Gladys Ueirgeson, Fred Wittenburg, accompanied them. They returned with their limit of mostly bullheads, some pike, and a few perch. The Wittenburgs have lived in Lu are well liked in the community. * * » • We called on Bernard Wolfe, one and one-half miles northeast of Lu Verne one day last week. Bernard came to Lu Verne from Renwick, and has lived four years on the Lute Miller 160. The Wolfes have - -~-~ t,~«jv»», lnugOLUXi', spent a few days last week with i .~...^, ±w. me vvuues nave her sister, Mrs, Melvin Norland, ° n e child, Jerry, 16 months. Ber- 'IMaVtf T .1111 rlnn rv.UJ-*tu _ f * r^ - _ % *tnv>*1 «*A M _1_ u ll.^-, _...._ • . . Mary Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland, was sick a few days last week. iRosella <Hoy, Charles City, came last week Tuesday to visit the William Osborns. 'S. W. Nelson and his son Francis visited at Burt Sunday. COUNTY CALF CLUB FOR 1934 NUMBERS 52 BOYS AND GIRLS By Marion Soults. The county 4-H dairy calf club for 1934 consists of 52 boys and girls in Grant Hebron, Lincoln, Ramsey, Greenwood. Fenton, Wesley, Portland, Plum Creek, Prairie, Irvington, Cresco, Riverdale, Garfield, 'Lotts Creek and Harrison townships. The boys and girts are caring for 65 dairy heifers, tlh« majority first-year calves, or calves dropped after last August 1, before April 1. There will be 12 head of second- year dairy heifers, or heifers shown as first-year (heifers in 1933. Mantes of Members. The Holstein breed predominates, other 'breeds in order of number being Guernsey, Jersey, and Brown Swiss. The calf club members are: 'Eldon Shaw, Vert Patterson, Lowell Samp, Wilbur Zeigler, Wayne Zeigler, Wayne Barr, .Floyd Bode, Roland Bode, Donald McCorkle, Jerdel Klein, Dallas Klein, Everett Black, Leroy -Nauman, Arden Orton and Donald Orion, all of Al- •gona. Frank Schoby and Richard Hanison, 'Bode; Rex and Mitdh Taylor, Sexton; Arnold and Louise Dreyer, Whittemore; and Wayne Klein, Burt. Bancroft Well Represented. Ridbard Mescher, Edward Mescher, Paul Inman, Merle Miller, Wayne Miller, Glen Miller, Evans Johnson, Vincent Wesselman, Arnold Wesselman, Otto Swalve and Everett Swalve, all of Bancroft. Kenneth Depew, 'Pauline, Edwin, Rudolph, and Delbert Berning- Ihaus, West Bend. Russell Nelson, Lyle Nelson, Maynard Nelson, and Victor Baldwin, Ehnore, Minn.; Harold Dreyer and Lyle Newel, .Teuton; VeT- non Hollister, Lone Rock, Adolph Friest, Swea City; Richard Kent and Bernard Hauptman, Wesley; 'Louis Price and Ronald Heetland, Lakoa. Drama Fraternity Elects Local Girl Dorothy Sellstrom. Algona girl, has been initiated Into Alpha'Pal Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity which has a chapter at Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., where she Is a junior. Recently she was also Initiated into the Tau Mu Tau sorority, and when the college closes this week she will go to Minneapolis for a week with the girls In the chapter at a house party at a lake near that city. She had a year at Morningside and a year at the State Teachers college before going to St. Peter. Lu Verne Girl Paid a High Compliment Marie Fritzemeier, Lu Verne girl, recently achieved unique distinction, when she was elected kindergarten teacher at Wausau, Wis., a town of 23,000 inhabitants, without having applied for the job. The News said the election came about when the superintendent asked the lal College of Education, Evanston, 111,, to recommend some- and Miss Fritzemeier was sug- <"". She is a this year's gradu- . the institution, and her par- who now live at Lu Verne, formerly farmed west of that town. ACHIEVEMENT DAY IS DATED_FJiJUNE 5TH Lakota, May 29—Mesdames J. H. Warburton, Leona Heetland, and Jake Telcamp attended a county F. B. meeting at Bancroft last week Wednesday afternoon, where plans were made for a county Achievement day, to be held at the croft school next Tuesday. It was decided to give an exhibit similar to the 4-H girls Achievement day instead of township Sooths. A general exh'ibit of Lesson 1, house cleaning up to date; Vo. 2 — home sanitation and home safety; No. 3 — laundry methods; Mo. 4— acquiring a comfortable bed; No. 5— the 1934 kitchen, arranged with tables for exhibits. Pictures of Farm Bureau groups are requested and will be on exhibit. Each township will be responsible for Its picnic dinner and hot coffee will be served. The program will begin at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Wynne Jacobs, Forest City, will be the speaker and someone from. Ames is expected. Each township of week at the Jos. Wadleigh's. This week she is with Mrs. John Laang, of Algona. Mr .and Mrs. Douglas Wildin. son Oaet and Anna Ramus, attended the memorial services at Bntt Sunday. Mrs. Bert 'Sankey has been a recent sufferer of weaves. Shirley Roney is suffering from whooping cougfo. Ban- nard was planting corn, and his wife was busy cleaning house and caring for some Leghorn and White Wyandotte chicks which she just purchased from the Algona Hatchery. • * • • Charles Stuflick, a mile south and a half mile west of St. Benedict, spent last week Wednesday moving a line fence into the pasture a few feet, because the county is putting in a new grade two miles long, east and west along his land. Mr. Stuflick has lived on this place 50 years this May, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Stuflick, lived on it many years but now live retired at Algona. The Charles Stuflicks have seven children, two boys and five girls. Two - - Mrs. liams, » « • * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt. k miles south and a mile west of me Rock, left last week Tuesday, Way 22nd, for two weeks with Mr. Schmidt's two brothers and three sisters in Jefferson county, Wis. The boys, Fred and Walter, arei ding the farm work, and they were busy cultivating corn Friday. Their sister Luella is doing 'the housework, with. Pearl Wiener, a neighbor girl, helping. • * * * James _ Wadsworth, 1 mile south and a mile east of Lone Rock was -—tivating corn Friday, and a son was .building fence. Where the roung man was digging postMoles ;here was some moisture. Trees ilonjy tihe north side of the grove Uong the higliway are being cut down, as there will be a new •rade there. We had a short visit last week Tuesday witlh Philip Weisbrod, who lives at Fenton. He raises lots of garden truck, and even dry as t is his .garden looks good. He •emarked that he had pumped us well dry to water it. He sows i lettuce seed in Maroh along s south side of his (house, and now has a fine bed. tending school and at at- helping at home. They farm 320 acres of well improved land, and they also have 320 acres just up the road, farmed by August Harig. Charles didn't — ._ tear down Ibis brick sarn, recently wrecked toy wind. The wreckage was all cleaned up except the brick walls in one day. The men had a chicken Hinnert at noon, served hy Mrs. Brown. eight sows, but he hopes to have better luck with his fall Utters. He will receive a good-sized bonus check on a quota of 200 pigs and 105 acres of corn. Mrs. Stuflick has many eggs hatching and will soon have chickens to keep her busy. She was Mary Harig, a , „, daughter of the Jacob Harigs, Al. will be responsible for a number on the program. gona ARNOLD HILBERT AND CYLINDER 6IRL WED William Ristau, Lu Verne, a re- :ired farmer for the last 15 years, iust can't be idle, so he spends his Mme as manager of the Lu Verne looperative Shipping association. Last week he shipped out two double-deck loads of hogs and one carload of salt. Thirteen years ago he Wihittemore, May 29—Wednes- accepted the position as 'manager da_y 'morning at St. Michael's Cath- and. served seven' years, then re- olic church, occurred the marriage tired for six years, but'by request of Arnold Hilbert, of Wfiitteraore, has again assumed his old job, and ton of Mrs. Emma Hdlbert, and to date the company has operated Lorraine Comes, daughter^ of Mr. on a paying basis. The Ristaus have two children, Bruno, a buyer at Sioux City for the Swift company, and Arnold, managing the home place, north of ' Lu Verne. , . and Mrs. Ora Combes, of Cylinder, Father of * ui,uvi >^iuiiMi.u * I*—.—%*. f w-. •.vu.uww..^ performed the marriage, the bridegroom being a nephew of Father Fandel. The bride was •beautifully gowned in a gray ensemble and carried a corsage bouquet of rosebuds and snapdragons. The bridesmaid Carmilla Hilbert, sister of the bridegroom wore a green swagger suit. The groom wore gray. The groomsman was, Michael lElbert, of Algona. •Following the ceremony a wedding .breakfast was served to rela- *-'— -~ J close-friends at Mrs. Mr. Hilbert was born and raised in this community. They will make their home in Algona after June 1. Mr. Hilbert has u job there. « tives and Hilbert's. School to Be Held Here in June for Elevator Managers A grain grading school for elevator managers will be held at the Legion hall here June 14 under auspices of the U. S. department of agriculture, the State college extension service, the Northwest Crop Improvement association, the Farmers-Grain Dealers association, the Western Grain Dealers association, and the Milwaukee railroad. Similar schools will be held at Rockwell City June 12; Spencer, June 13; and Charles City, June 15. The program deals with market- Ing problems, the grading of barley and corn, the effects of disease on grade, production-method effects on grade, with special attention to harvesting, threshing, and storage evils, and car loadings. M. & St. I. is Bankrupt The M. & St. L. railroad, which comes into Algona on a branch from Corwith, is to be sold at receiver's auction September 5, 'if a buyer can be found. It has 1627 miles of track, and in 1931 was valued at $52,711,097 by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Clear Lake is Low. The water level at Clear Lake Is 20 inches lower than has been the rule at this time of year. The sand beaches, usually only five or six feet wide in May, are now more than 20 feet wide. Bridges Are Repaired. Irvington, May 22—Small 'bridges in this neighborhood are 'being repaired «?d reinforced, asd. In some cases the approaches are being: widened. - * • « » Bruno worked at St. Paul a but was promoted to Sioux ,. Mr. Ristau left Saturday with a double-deck load of hogs and a load of cattle for Chicago, anc while there was to visit the scene of the recent great fire in the stockyards. We called on the Walter Hunts a few days ago. They live four miles north of Lu Verne on a 160- acre farm, and also farm another 160 just east of the home place which the son Howard looks after The Hunts have three children two boys and a girl, Elsie, the daughter, who finished school two years ago, plans to leave early in June for a normal school course Walter, the eldest son, is at home They are feeding 175 fall pigs holding them till the market rises before they "cash in." They milk nine cows. The W. E. Bowmans, who own 180 a.cres just a mile north of Lu Verne, plan on lots of help in the near future. They have nine children, five girls and four boys, and six of the children are at home. One son, Wesley, is married and lives at Rockwell City, and two of the daughters are married, one being Mrs. Charles Barton, Lu Verne, the other Mrs. E. H. Llndstrom, on a farm northeast of Ln Verne. The Lindstroms have two aons. Four years ago the Bowmans came to Lu Verne from Lohrvllle, a small town south of Rockwell City. Tex., to be planted in gardens at John Behnkendorf's, four miles north of Lu Verne. The Behnken- dorfs are big gardeners, raising practically everything they eat. They rent 160 acres, which they ve farmed 14 years. Both A and Mrs. Behnkendorf were reared n the Lu Verne community. Their family consists of two children, Edward, 15, and Selma, 7. The latter finishes the second grade this year. John was digging Canadian thistles when we called. He explained that He milks ten cows. Mrs. Behnken hens , , chicks this coming week, so she Is was a of William Piedrlck, of WMttemore, and ehe baa two of Algona Kind neighbors are a wonderful asset. • • • * Tihe Paul Leavertons, Algona, recently moved to a tenant IbJouse of the Parsons home, three miles south of town, now owned toy County Engineer Smith. Mrs. Leaverton was Muriel Body, county tiome demonstration agent, and Leaverton lhas been cow tester for a few years faiere. • * * • Dolores Anne, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Brown, 3% miles southwest of Ailgona, is suffering from a severe case of poison ivy She came in contact with the ivy at a sdhool .picnic in bier neighborhood last week. She is under "the care of Doctor Kenefick, of Algona. • • * * Mrs. Agnes Seeley, of Plum Creek, her son Kenneth and hist '">, of Algona, spent Sunday _..-3ts of the I. W. Browns, Juson, Minn. Kenneth, is employed at tihe Algona creamery, and his wife, the former Helen Johnson, till recently was employed in the office of Swift & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kalkbreners four miles southwest of Bancroft are parents of a 9-Ib. boy born at their home two weeks ago Tuesday. They have one other child, a daughter, a year old. Mrs Kalkbrener was a Nauman girl at Titonka. • • * • We called at the Mike Loss farm known as the Chubb pdace, a mile 1 south of the Ambrose A. Caf state park, Friday evening, and Mike was unloading (hand corn planters. With six men he had been busy four days, filling in Mils of corn that hadn't grown on 120 acres. He said that if we didn't get rain (he thought the .work would be fruitless. They scraped off the top soil and trie! to plant tihe corn deep enough to strike moisture. We called a Herman Warmbier's in Sherman townwship Saturday •and he was at tihe house resting a while out of the Ihot sun. Herman has some hogs to sell, but he : debating wfoether to (hold them « while longer or to let them go mow. The farms around Lu Verne seem pretty dry, so the farmers are not overly enthusiastic about working in the fields on hot daysi, feeling tihat their time will Just be wasted in such dry times as these. • • • • A new porch is being added to the east side of the Ihome of the Jclhn Weydertsi, five miles south- Titonka Farm Boy Attacked by Calf Titonka, May 29—While the 7- rear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben FYanzen was at play in the bain- yard one day last week a heifer calf 1% years old kicked and trampled him, and would have killed him if Mr. Franzen had not been near. The boy suffered a broken collar bone, bruises, and scratches. Mr. Franzen shipped thd " ' Chicago & 4 _ r _ Bridge Widened. Fenton, May 29—The Bl$ck bridge a mile east of town U ing widened six feet. Suj Morrla has « crew of men ^ . .. '—and a Square Deal ' for the Farmer, Worker, and Home Owner, We, his Adams County friends and neighbors, know the people can RELY ON TURNER "Fairness to All—Special Privilege to None" This ad inserted by Adams County friends and neiKhbora of Dan Turner VOTE FOR Paul Nemitz OF FEJVTOJT $ , f^| for the Republican Nomination for " SUPERVISOR in Fourth District Standing for fair treatment, with the lowest possible expense in county government. I have not been able to see everyone, but I respectfully solicit your vote. Vote for C.W. Pearson FOR COUNTY TREASURER on the Republican ticket Experienced in the Office (Deputy for seven years) We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods INSURANCE Autouekile Liability and Colliuon Insurance. Iowa Motor Road Service Included. Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and (Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonis—Be«r Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Farpit Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the .Terr Lowwt Rates Consistent With Reliable gerrice. Brokerage Business Solicited. . Loans—Beal Estate—BeBUls—InTestaenta. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCV Phone 55 C. B. La Ban* Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bk. CUT RATE GROCERY Week End Specials on No. 10 _ FRUIT Red Pitted Cherries __________________________ 4g e Prunes ----------- _ ----------- ^._______ ______ 86c Apricots ........ r --------- _. ----- ; ________ Pineapple, crushed or broken sliced ____ „' _______ 68c Peaches, sliced or halves _, _____ __ ,„„ ________ --480 Blackberries , _____ „ _____ ,„_„ ___________ _,_ Raspberries, red or black ...,.^,,, - , TW ___ •

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