Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1934 · Page 7
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Our Hospital , department is a hospital for the treat- f tabled watches,clocks, jewelry, and silver- jnt ° f r think that we give you the best sort of »re. wel tfae gor t that 'is done right the first ?ork; that j that someone else does not have to 161 ^ fl-er we have lefttt, the sort that not only Double, but really saves money for you in the Fine Repairing of All Kinds. lehler's Jewelry Store Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware. We repair electric clocks. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA DON'T Take a chance on low grade cheap paints— ICheap paints cost more per square foot than high grade paints. USE DEVOE'S PAINTS I and be assured of a paint that will give you the service yop. should expect. ^e DO NOT handle any cheap paints. J . Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 CUT RATE GROCERY SOAP CHIPS [Large size, |2pkgs CORN FLAKES Kelogg's, Oil* 2 pkgs. ,_ t I V PRUNES, No. 10 can 32c STARCH [2 pkgs. MACARONI or Spaghetti, 1 Qf» 2 Ib. pkg 1 VU Swans Down Cake Flour - 25c TEA il-2 Ib. green 12c i-21b. black 15c SYRUP 51bs. dark 25c 10 Ibs. dark __ 45c PEACHES, No. 10 can - 39c fKelloggV 3pkgs Wheat flakes 25c Fruit Nectar All flavors, 1 Of* 8 oz. bottle I UO "Busiest Little Store in Town" STATE BKAND BUTTER [Watch A A P Windows and Signs for June AWOW8STAB CIS. LBS. :.Wfel. B. C, SALE .pife.. [eWHAMS, JQ^ Assorted Simnyfield FLOCK 49 Lb. Bug,,, Gold Medal ;FLOUB Quaker SUid BEANS Cans B Buffalo MATCHKS Boxes— 23c Lux Toilet SOAP Cakes... 25c SOAP CHIPS UL_.He Encore Prepared SPAGHETTI Del Monte SPINACH '' cans -.__ lona LIMA BEANS WHOLB * ! H[ CHEAT Hllsbnry's FLOUR Bag- Cans Whitefaouse EVAP. MILK 8 Tall Cans.— LUX FLAKES Fkg.— - BOOT LOSER TO BANCROFT IN2JAMES •Bancroft, June 27-Thc Bancroft 'Legion baseball team defeated the 'Hurt Legion team on tilio local grounds Monday afternoon, 7-0. •Batteries were Moulton and Men- He for Bancroft, and Michaelson and Long for Bur.t. TilvLs was Uic '.•second shutout game Moulton had pitched m a week. Moulton struck- oul nine men and allowed two Unite. Micliaelson struck out one man, and allowed five hits and five walks. This was the second game in the series of five for the county championship, Uantirofl won the first game at Hurt last Thursday, 3-0. Bancroft again plays Hurt there this week Friday Algoua Bon JT. Stiles, C. 11. Klamp, Field Reporters W. ,1 Payne, Contributing Ib. 28c . Doz. 15c 34c 1.12 lona FLOUR £,"•-1.65 Sun Brite CLEANSER 13C Crystal White SOAP SU! 8 : 25c Van Camp's TOMATO JUICE 2 H-oz Cans ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. t.\. Haniiltons Build New Home- Harold Hamilton is 'having a fine new Hioine erected on hla farm souhwest o£ Oancroft. It will be a two story house with nine •rooms and a full .basement, anil will be of red brick, to cost in the neighborhood of $10.000. Cowan & Son, Algona, have tllie contract. Mr. and Mrs. Hamiton own and operate the Hamilton -Hatchery and lhave afdneset o£ buildings on toe place. i Father Grady Has Visitors— 'Christopher Grady, Granville, Ins daughter Viola, and Doctor Grady, ol Council Buffs, and Irene Daimcher, Omaha, spent 'Sunday ,L1» 9c Snltana BED BEANS 2 16-oz.' Cans-— Kellogg's COEBf FLAKES ? 2Sc witih Father .Sylvester Grady. Fautier Grady is a .brother of Doctor Grady and Viola Grady and Christopher Orady is their father. Armond Sehuler is Married— Kellogg's WHOLE WHEAT Biscuits, Pkg. Wo called on Mrs. J. A. Young- wlrth last Thursday. Like all farm women this time of the year, she was very busy. The Youngwlrths live two miles west of Wesley on highway No. 18 on their own farm of 262 acres, where they have lived for the last 11 years. They have seven children, four boys and three sirls: Ambrose 20, Richard 18, Laurence 16, and Luke 11, and Dorothy 14, Alice 8, and the youngest, Mary, 3. Ambrose had a runaway a week ago Saturday night and is suffering from a sprained ankle. Dr. Adams, Wesley, cared for him. Alice, one of the girls, is visiting her aunt and uncle, the Ed Youngwirths, Whittemore. Mrs. Youngwirth has lots of help, but she needs it, for she has a fine flock of 1,000 White Rock chicks, the result of excellent care, * * • » Nearly everyone has heard of "Apple Treat" farm, owned by Julius Kunz, Wesley, 3^ miles west of Wesley on the pavement. Apple trees are planted along the front of the farm, between the line fence and the pavement. In the fall hundreds of bushels of apples are harvested, but only a slight crop is predicted for the coming fall because of lack of moisture early this spring when the apples should have been setting. The John Lickteig family has farmed this 385-acre tract for the past three years, coming from Corwith with the family of five boys and four girls. The boys are old enough to help their father on ^he farm. The oldest son, Urban, is employed at spend a couple of weeks at Brilt and join friends July 8 for a week at Clear Lake. • a * • Jerome Burt, 4V6 miles west of Ledyard, is feeding 100 head of young cattle, mostly heifers weighing an average of 750 pounds. Hd also hasi anoUher lot of 35 head of 'heavier cattle, mostly heifers, which will be finished soon. He) owns the 160 acres on whidhi he an awful t of the paving on No. 9, was 1 getting asptolt ready for a roof, wlhen we culled last week Wednesday. This in pretty sticky stuff. Mr. Barslou raises 'Sheep, but has had me at it, for .dogs have killed som<! of them. His daughter 1 raised a lamb whose dam Ihad died, .and this w:is a pet sheep, 'but dogs had tore its side open so one could see its ribs, yet it was still living. Cases jlike Uiis make farmers feel like killing] all strange dogs. Irvington I Marie W< iner, who attends college at lowja Falls, recently visited her sister, Welner, brcther of Mrs. Asa, is employed at the Paul Palmer farm. Mrs. Frank Asa. Merle ed at Losl Armond, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sehuler, and Ada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 'Laux, LeMars, were married June 0 at Sioux City. air. 'Schulei-j who is attending summer school at Iowa City, will teach in the Swea City consolidated schools next year. Elsbecker Hurt in Fall— Clem Elsbecker fell from a tree at 'his home Friday, when he was after a swarm, of .bees. His Tight leg was 'badly sprained. He is d ison of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Blsbeck- fer. Church 1'icnic Draws Crowd— A large crowd attended the annual midsummer picnic dinner at the Immanuel Lutheran church Saturday. An auction was conducted in the afternoon. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray spent last Thursday and Friday at Des Moines. Mr. Murray attended .the grain dealers convention, and Mrs. Murray visited Mrs. Jos. Devlin. Margaret and Marine Deitering returned from Des Moines with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Aloysiusi Bunkers, of Remsen, visited Sunday at die P. J. Schiltz and Henry Deitering homes. Mrs. Schultz is a sister of Mrs. Deitering and Mrs. Schiltz, and Mr. -Bunkers is their nephew. Mr and Mrs. Edward Droessler drove to Whittemore Friday, .got her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner and the four of them drove to St. Peter, Minn., to visit the An[ton Derners several days. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nagle, Mrs. A. Adolplison, daughter-Rutliythe Clarence Priebes, and Emma and Esther Adolphson were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Olof Olson. The Alpysius ? Meschers',- St/.'Paul, visited Friday and Saturday with his mother, Mrs. Anna B. Mescher, and his sister, Mrs. A. A. Droess- Roland's, neighbors just south of lives. There are 75 acres in corn The Elmer which is an excellent stand. Mr. and Mrs. Burt have one son, Ver- rton, at home, and toe owns 80 acres a mile west of his father's! place. On this farm a windstorm some years ago twisted a toarn out of shape, and it was being straightened last week with tihe use of hevy -timber and Jack screws. J. J. Gilliland lives on the farm and works for Mr. Ridge, a neighbor. * + * * Wlhen we called last Thursday •at Raymond Anderson's 'he told us that a fine girl had 'been born to 'him and his wife that morning. They have three other children, Ronald, 6, Gloria, 4, and Carol, 2. They had not yet named the baby. r^ymond is farming 80 acres a mile east of Swea City, north of H'.ie Rock Island. Formerly he liv- 4Va miles east of Swea City on tlhe mortli slide of the same railroad. Jake Kockler, a mile east and' 2V4 milev south of Swea City haa 320 acres, and has 'been on this farm 16 years. He must ibe a good renter. This is what they call tihiei Frank Kirk place. Mr. Kockler was cultivating soy beans Satur- and drought in others. The Aid meets this week Thursday at the church; Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl and Mrs. M. L. Roney hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, near Burt, are parents of a 6-lb. girl, born Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wilkins and Dolph Miller drove to Grlnnell Sunday to visit the A. Grosenbachs, and Alberta Grosenbach camo herd with them to visit in and arc-dud Algona till after July 4. Hatchers Bnild Home. Cowan & Cowan have the tract for a new brick and con* sum* home which Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton, of the Hamilton chlcK hatchery, are having built on thetl) farm southwest of Bancroft. Doles were Sunday visitors at Clear Lake, Mrs. Arthur Rlley and Marjorie, Lu Verne, recently spent a night with Mrs. Charles Sapkey, while Arthur fish- Island. Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl spent several days last her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Bancroft. The John visitors at week with Wilhelmi, Bockes family were ... Lewis Sturnbo's, Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mrs. Saia Gash, Minneapolis, recently spent a week with her niece, Mrd. Douglas Riley. Jake Her dream • • to look like Brooksie/ Maasdam, Apple Treat farm. Mrs. Lickteig has a beautiful garden which looks like she spent lots of time with it. * * * * We were at Katherine Downs' farm a mile north of Wesley last week Wednesday. She has an unusual hobby of raising Shetland ponies, and has raised them for the oast 35 years, selling them to 'pony lovers" all over the United States. A few months ago, they had 25 ponies at one time, but at present only 12 are left. They have !ree range of the pastures, being corralled only occasionally for trimming and inspection. At present Mrs. Downs has two pony colts, and four more are expected soon. She says ponies are easy to raise. Many a child has been made happy with a pony purchased from Mrs. The ponies sell from $35 Smith, Algona. she will ko to spend the lie Baker, son Arthur, Mrs. Allan Burbank, and the latter's daughter Edna were Sunday visitors at William Tayl)r's, Algona. Mrs. Taylor and \TS. Burbank are sisters. Callers at M. L. Roney's Saturday evening -were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace, California, and Mary Mrs. Smith said Seattle soon to winter with a sister, Nel- Mrs. Wallace is also a sister of Mrs. Smith. Every year she exhibits B0n > =• and J<«wi» 6. John has more [freckles, than Jackie Coogan, and people kid him a great deal about Downs, to $100. her Shetlands at the Kossuth fair, Where the children are given rides on them. Mrs. Downs is a widow, her husband having died August 12 last year. She, has two daughters, Mrs. A, J. Seller, of St. Benedict, and Mrs. Tony Hildman, and three sons, Homer, who is married and drives a Mid-Continent oil truck, at Titonka, J. 0., who farms -near St. Benedict, and Edward, the other son, at home with his mother, operating the 160-acre farm. * * * * We noticed Mrs. Simon Hirner, a mile north of Wesley, working in her garden last Thursday, so topped to pass the time of day. ler garden has really been grow- ng since the recent rains, and he has a fine one. The Hirners ive on an 80-acre farm of their wn and rent 25>acres from; a Mr. Goetr, of Elma. They have- lived here for five years. They have two hildren, Bernadine 12, and Ronald 8, and both^areflotsjiOf help'to heir mother. Simon.spends a good deal of time buying and shipping stock from Wesley. Last week he day, and he said this was the first year he had planted soy .beans. T'hiey are showing up well. • He showed us an 13-acre field of bar- ly wihich will yield about a full crop. His corn is. also good. Mr, land Mrs. Kockler have two iboys, and .they are interesting lads. Selvester, 13, helps with tine dEore® and 'herds the cows and He_nry, 15, was cultivating corn. He is more\ interested in books, and is some) •poet, having written a great number of verses. * * * * Otto Kelly, a mile north and a mile west o£ the Grant township school, farms 160 acres. This farm is owned by the Metropolitan Life! insurance company, and the company plansi to erect new buildings! this season, figuring on spending $1700 on a new bouse. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly have two iboys, Emer- Mrs. Richard Leigh and her children, Dorothy and Marvin, returned this week Monday from a week at Independence. They went there with Mf-s. Leigh's sister, Mrs. Angie Cady, teacher at Cedar Rapids, who recently spent a week-end here, and] they visited Mrs. Leigh's mother, Mrs. Estella Cady, also her brother Du.Mont, and another sister, Mrs. |Sarah Smith. Mrs. Angie Cady brought Mrs. Leigh and her children home and continued to Spirit Lake for a vacation. Milton and Eunice Burlingame and Wayne and Ray Wickwire, of this vicinity, and Mrs. Ruth Kintigh, Algona, were visitors last week Tuesday at Onawa, where Mrs. Kii.tigh has relatives. They report orn and potatoes advancec way, but farther on the badly damaged by floods in some places ler. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mousel entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mou- >sel and the Pat McNertneys at dinner Sunday. The Charles Linnans, Laurens spent Sunday at the Hugh Walsl | home. Mrs. Linnan is a sister of Mr. Walsh. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson have a daughter, born last Thurs day. Sale Ad for Bull is a Fast Worker Ted Harr, Irvington, believes in advertising after a demonstration with an Advance want ad. last week His .advertisement last week'offered a three-year-oldI milking-strain Shorthorn hull, and the buU was .sold by 9 o'clock_last Thursday morning for $40. Frank Johnson/of Algona was the purchaser. Mr. Harr also has some purebred white Minorca and white Leghorn roosters for sale acpordjng to ^advertisement this week. The bull he sold was three years old, and he bought it from Andrew Kadlng, of the Letts Creek neighborhood. who has a herd of the same breed of more than 50. Th s breed is not found often in this territory. . Swiss Dairy Cattle Sale is a Success Considering the times. F. M. Wolf & Sons, near Wesley, who bad a sale of surplus Brown Swiss dairy cattle two weeks ago Tuesday, were satisfied with the results. They sold 21 head altogetn- e" and the receipts exceeded 11,000. A cow with a week-old calf was high at J105, and the next highest #ow brought $76. A young caff brought $49. This sale was advertised in the Advance shipped two double-deck cars of hogs to Mason City, and one car of cattle to Chicago. He has been In them, 'but toe does not care_. George Mogensen, a mile east of Swea City, farms 465 acres. Tha farm was formerly the Ber,t Larison place. George has 140 acres in corn and 150 acres ,in oats 1 . There are ten ohilden all at home. They w.ere telling of rats on the place, and wondered who put the story in a daily, .paper about the great Dumber of rats they toad killed this spring. They remarked that rats are had to get rid of even with the great number that they had killed, one of the 'boys said Ihe ihad counted 12 in the cow 'barn while he was milking. * » * * S. 'R. Morland, six miles northwest ,of ;Swea City, i'calls'.himiself a Ittoiijesteader." -r-He "and'-his ;: fam- ly live in a board shack, and 'they lave straw sheds for outbuildings. tr. Morland has 'owned this, .iland 'or^some y time;' 'but ithe times: have sudb. that the 'land did not take) care of itself, so he moved onto it. le formerly lived at Cedar Rap- ds. He remarked as soon as ttod and produces enough to <pay he NOTICE Before the rush starts bring in your binder canvas for repair n<w. We (Guarantee Our Work. J. W. SPERAW Stomach Gas One do«e of ADIZRIKA quick- A fc relieves IM bloating, deux exit BOTH upper Mod Iowa b >wels, altows you to eat me A sleep good. Quick, thorough M- tion yet gentle and entirely gate. A D L E R I K A .he stock buying business for ten years and has made some money al It. Friday, vhen we called at Z. G Gibson's, two miles east of Wesley in Hancock county, we found Mrs Gibson busy ironing. Mr. Gibson tells us he came to Iowa from Clinton, 111., in 1915, Since then they have lived on the Chas. Blak farm, In Kossuth, for 15 years, bu three years ag» moved to thei present horn? in Hancock count; He was 72 years old this" last S Patrick's day and is still able ,t do a good day's work. Mrs. Gib Letts Creek E. Drnggist. will put up better buildings. I * * * * A. Banslou, a half mile north ADVANCE WANT AD5 6ELL It's the dream of hundreds of thousands of cows to look like Brooksie, for Swift's Brookfield Butter is carrying her picture into millions of homes. Swift's Brookfield Butter, Eggs and Cheese and Swift's Premium Milk-fed Chickens and Golden West Milk-fed Fowl, are shipped in refrigerator cars with our other foods to more than 35,000 consuming centers. The same Swift & Company, salesmen who sell beef, pork, lamb and other meats, also sell butter, eggs, cheese and poultry. Instead of a dozen trucks being used for the delivery of a dozen products to a store, the same truck is used to deliver all these products to a store. ; ... The Swift method lowers distribution costs. Over a period of years, Swift & Company's net profits from all sources have been only a fraction of a cent per pound, v: We buy butterfat, eggs and poultry. Sell yours to Swift & Company In daily touch wiffi more than 35,000 comummg ccntora of m*af«, poultry and dairy product* • : , ' .'•..''.' ."'.-"•''• • Viriten to the It 34 Ccntwr «TPtoarM) m ccrdUUy »Tit*d to Tiiitth* "Swift Brid«c of 8wrk«"«»d the Swift Phut «t the UBKMI Stock T«rd«. son is'nine years younger and keeps her part of the work up. The Gibsons farm 100 acres which they bought when they •; moved froin south of the Doan church. .They have five boys, all married away from home. Elmer Charles live at Austin, Minn., Sam at Armstrong, Jim at Bancroft, and Howard, fcb» oldest, lives at Havelock, where he operates a truck line from Havelock to Sioux City. and and * • » » Howard and Lois, children of are Mr. accom- 0 J. The Lotts Creek 'ball team play- Hed Fentou at Bing-Bted last ThurH- da and Fenton won, 8-3. Sunday day and Fenton Creek played ^ Fenton at -u 50. Next Sunday fcotte there, and will play Fenton again at toe Kaow celebration on July 4. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kelley, Tulsa, Okla., visiting their grandparents, and Mrs. Matt Kelley, two mules south of Algona on No. 169. They will be here five or six weeks. • * * * » Mrs. Nels Mitchell, 2V4 milesl southeast of • Algona, received word of tlhe rttath of Mrs. Guy s'ephenson. Sturgeon Bay, _ Wis., her sister-in-!?w. Mrs. MitoneU left last week Wednesday, panied by Mr. and Mrs. Steplhenson, Mrs. V. E. Stephenson, and Wayne Stephenson, who drove the car, all of Algona, to attend the funeral, and got home 'Monday. Mr. Stephenson and Mrs. Mitchell hail from Sturgeon Bay, vrtuch id a town m the celebrated cherry district on Lake (Michigan a hundred miles or so north of Mihvau- kee " * * * * B F. Sparks, Hobarton, is Buffering from blood-poisoning m tea left hand. Wfoile he was cleaning lish a couple of weeks ago he cut thi! middle finger, -but .didn't pay much attention to the wound at the time. Some ten days later it began to bother toam, and upon in- cpectdon by Doctor Cretsmeyer it fc «* ww _ ... . t. _ it J J-n-fAfttirkV* 1« Celebrate at Biggest Fourth of July Program ROFFERED EV 8 BIG kfntit son of -Mr- w& Mrs- — - - Ctod Sunday and named y William. Mrs. Lfeb.ww one of toe Eponsore. was * vivu "j *-»».-—— . i j, , • • , found that he toad infection in it. It is now feared he vill lose the linger. ^ f Mr. a^d Vr«. A. J. »rowu, south of ilgona, were Sunday dinner at the Uo:i.e oJ their son BERT CLINTON Bar Comedy SIXDECARDOK 2 Big Acts of Acrobatic! BILLY REED & CO, 2 Japanese Balancing Acts THREE RISKAS Comedy Acrobatics. FOUR LA Contortionist Tumbling FOUR MOUNTFOR9S Singing, Mu^ic by,Four Sis Jofcn ne»r Britt, and Ma.rparet, daughter, accompanied tuem ti? |n no chanqe*—-come • = come* Admission era. I 20 PEOPLE ON STAGE Twenty people, think of that! Twenty experts in their line coming to Algona to offer a combined show that has never before been equalled on the fairgrounds stage. And this is not all—there will be a number of other acts now in the process-of being booked. A $10 show. FIREWORKS A tremendous display by the Thearle-Diiffield Co., of Chicago, producers of the displays at the 1933 World's Fair, and awarded the contract again this year. Bigger arid newer than ever. BASEBALL At least two rattling good games. St. Joe vs. Titonka, and Bancroft vs. Algona, are. two of them. Junior League' game—Bancroft vs. Burt at 10:30 a. m. RACING Both automobile and horse racing. Novelty car races: Model T Ford; any stock car race. Mule race, pony race, running; race. MIDWAY The depression is over on midway—concessions are again running in droves, and will be on hand at the big program, Rides, merry- go-rounds, corn games, tent shows, n'everything. It's not a celebration without a midway, and you'll find a real one here. DANCING Afternoon and evening in the big cool Floral hall on the largest dance floor in this part of the state to music by Ray Keyes Itoyal Ambassadors, ', , MUSIC BY ALGONA MILITARY BAND 1 This i» the Biggest Program J n the worth half of low* or Southern Minnesota o Algona, where you're sure of a good time and a real wel- Si

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