Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 7, 1937
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FAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1937. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PAGE THRBf 'CHAMP 1 ALLION IS MONGOEAD Ion, Sept 6—'Farmers here J valuable horses die from feickness are William Dun- jrt Skilllng, John VonBank pblson, Barney Capesius, Hurtle. wtio have one or more ||ck are Henry Scheppman, hllges, Edward Mawdsley, Johnson, George Wagner, HP, Edward Blanchard, Jay T. E. Wickwlre, John iubenthal, end Leonard e~r. August Kobison, of the |ty neighborhood, lost a val- jbrse. New cases and losses »g reported daily. full-blooded Belgian owned by Lewis Merkel | father, is dead from the The horse was formerly By Charles Jones, near Liv- and he won an Interna- cbamplonship at a horse , the Coast some years ago. Reported last week-end that [rkel had four other horses [th the disease. j Too Many Canaries— |M. L. Roney purchased a canaries last. March, and has ten young birds, and is setting on four more Prior to this setting ehe lost jro birds, and only two eggs •to .hatch. Canaries usually fcnd set once or twice in a Mrs. Roney, who started ith one cage, now has five I wondering where to put the rrivals. Jlahlcs to Algona— land Mrs. Jack Hahle, who en living with the Henry , moved to Algona Thurs- iMrs. John Ramus and her ]onald,--who had had rooms at eo Black farm for some time, Qovod in with Mr. and Mrs. Ramus, west of Irvington. rs arc Filling Silos- Schmidt, Lone Rock, spent at Henry Scheppman's, repair a silo. The Schepp! filled silo Saturday. Many s farmers have begun filling Edward Mawdsley has vo-row corn-binder, reported irst of its kind in this vicinity. |ltobisons in Oregon— j and Mrs. Ross Robison, who peen living at Ocean Park, are now at Grant's Pass, |employed at picking hops and There are 100 other trans- families there, picking fruit, pobison had to seek outside in the interest of his health Four From St. Joe Make Tour to See the Ozarks dren, Thomas, Dorothy, and Mary Wagner, recently made a vacation tour to the Ozark mountains, which lie somo 700 miles south of hero. They saw many Interesting things. The first stop was 350 miles south at the home oC the children's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wagner, Montrose, Mo. The children are all of high school age, but this was the first time they had seen their grandmother, and they md seen their grandfather only once before. The travelers also visited Albert Wagner, an uncle, at Mont.roso, and Mrs. Albert Broztcchalski, an aunt at Clinton, Mo. On the return trip the party stopped at Tony Origer's, Stuart, md at Des Moines, where they visited the state museum and the capitol. Visit Case in 0/nrlts. In the Quarks the tourists vis- Itod Jacob's cave, in the Lake of ;he Ozarks. This cave- is said to lold a temperature of 55 degrees and it is nearly always damp with mud underfoot and water dripping "rom overhead. A season must be- jome extremely dry before the cave dries up. A coal mine at Clinton, Mo,, was Inspected, and the process of mining proved to be interesting. It was learned that the coal must bo washed before it can be sold. A confederate homo, near Warrensburg, Mo., was visited, also Reaper Leaves Irvington— . Lucy Reaper, who has lived |17 years, will,move to Algona, she has purchased a home ctober 1. The Morris Parsons y, who have lived many years i Edward Ditsworth property, nove into the Reaper house. Private School Itns— B. p. L. Miller is taking six Ali high school pupils to and i school. They are her daugh- Betty, Gene Colwell, Helen and J Leigh, Arvilla Hudson, and |lne Seip. •cd Hoy Back in School— J Roy Scheppman, one of whose Iwas painfully cut in a lumbei •a week ago Saturday, was able Itend school last week, but was fing a carpet slipper on the in^ foot. Other Irvington. jr. nnd Mrs. George Wagner land Mrs. Sylvester Wagner I Mrs. John Wagner drove to pines Wednesday to visit rel- "s and attend the state fair returned Thursday. Susa'ii •eres stayed with the George per children. p. George Scuffham, her chil f, and Mrs. Herman Lyons we to Parker's Prairie Minn. I day last week to take Jack Ly- 1 who had been with Mrs. Scuff I. to his home there. The wom- |nd children returned late in Jweek, |r. and Mrs. Rudolph Willrett • th Cresco, and Mr. and Mrs . e Wolf, LU Verne, drove to [Momes a week ago Friday and tne day there, sightseeing next day they attended the > felr, I Peter Halsruds here and jsnter, Mrs. George Singbush |i to Westbrook, Minn., early LI , to vlsit Mrs - Halsrud's PIS, Mr. and Mrs, Walter An- f°n, and spent several days f. ' Jr. and Mrs. J. J. Dianish, Oak •«. Hi., spent from Thursday till |day with the Ben Terhunes L, anlsn works for the U. S. •torment of the Interior, and anish is a niece of Mrs. Ter- F red Kings, Kenda, Kans. *»eds sister, Dorothy King .„,„ re <; en t visitors at David IBS. David and Fred are cous- Rich Point f/Yr 0 ! Sabin - Algona, visited last week Tuea " r. and Mrs. Paul Black and Mr n«l' Leslle Jenkins spent Ines =!. y and Thursday at Des le a attenai ae the state fair. • cr a. daughter of Mr. and Mr» 'on £ 8tm ' ls a ^eshman in rs n e Itor n k KaiD> ick J a j eots - Mr - |f . Wednesday, . Mre. Jas. ar6 tbis week. Maurice and , will attend school aca deimy this year are at ia Q "™. M1 W*W* itWsMMJ' 18 » «eph.ew afj|r % gajey, are only a few sol- the Civil war. People Kxtreimily Poor. Houses in the Ozarks are made of logs. Prom all appearances the people are extremely poor. They cannot cvon afford windows in their homes, or any plastering. Some of the hills are so steep that a car cannot climb them under its power, so a donkey is used to tow up care. The people drink mostly rainwater. There are alkali wells 130 to 140 feet deep, but the taste of the water is bad. There had been no rain at Mont- vose since the middle of June, and the natives did not expect any before the middle of September. The oat crop was fairly good, and a corn crop of five to ten bushels an acre was oxpectcd. This is thought to bo a pretty good crop. Roads Had; No Paving. There are no fences, but hedges tire planted, and when they are the- right height they are trimmed and cut off. Trees grow so close that no wire is needed. The travelers report roads in southern Iowa and Missouri poorly marked, and no paved roads. The roads are oiled or covered with shale. A toll bridge 1% miles long was crossed, also a cable bridge. Near the latter there is a dam 200 feet high, and much electric power is manufactured there. NAUMAN FAMILY, TITONKA, PLANS ON COAST fitonka, Sept. 6 — Mrs. Hazel Nauman and daughter Ardith left Thursday for Des Moines and West Union visits before leaving for heir new hnme in' Los Angeles. Mrs. Nauman sold her beauty shop .nd equipment to Lucille Cosgrove, .nd hold an auction sale Wednesday, disposing of her household goods. The community regrets los- ng the family. Merle left for Los Angeles some weeks ago, and has . home in readiness for mother .nd sister. News of Hie Herbert Winters- Homer Tuttle, Algona, who with his family visited the Herb Winter 'amily at Burlington, Wash., re- lorts the Winter family getting along nicely in their new location, and that Mr. Winter is much improved in health. Mr. Tuttle says :hey are living in the ideal spot in the United States, that it neither ?ets hot nor cold, and the scenery is beautiful. Auxiliary Jreets in Country— The music division of the local Legion Auxiliary entertained at the country home of Mrs. Ubbe Winter Friday afternoon. A picnic lunch and wiener roast had been Ledyard The Methodist Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. D. A. Link. Mrs. William Brand and daughter returned to Hubbard Wednesday after two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner. George Hagge and daughter Alice, Mrs. Barslou and son, returned last week Tuesday after two weeks in Denver, Colo. Helen Odell, a niece of Mrs. Barslou, returned to visit at the Barslou home. Last week Tuesday afternoon Connie Garry entertained a few friends in honor of her 12th birthday. Games and contests were played, after which Mrs. Garry served lunch. Present were Frances and Margaret Yahnke, Marjorie Gable-, Marjorie Mayer, and Phyllis Strand. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were at Elmore Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reece and Muriel, and Cleo Gable, were in Burt Friday. The Edward Halvorson family was in Algona last week Tuesday. Tilmer went on from there to Sioux City to visit Kenneth Thompson. J. McDonald, Mary Ellen, Doris and Joe, and Josephine Windemey- er, drove to Carroll Wednesday to take Mary Ellen to St. Anthony's hospital, where she is to begin her training. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Link, Mrs. Ross Browning and children, Dorothy and Melvin, and Lois Link, of Rolfe, visited Mrs. Link's sister, Mrs. Harry Estle, a week ago Saturday and Sunday. They then went to Des Moines and visited Monday and Tuesday at the Ira Link home and attended the state fair. They returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Coates and son Melvin, of Detroit, Mich., arc visiting at the A. Warner home. The women are sisters. Mrs. I. E. Storey, of Cedar Rapids, came Wednesday to visit her son, Dr. B. A. Storey. Mrs. H. D. Mayne, and Wallace and 'Edith, were in Fairmont last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei entertained last week Tuesday night Present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramersmeier. Lars Skaar is building a new porch on the front of his home. Orville, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Prandle, suffered a painful accident Thursday. He stuck his finger in the vacuum cleaner and a portion of the flesh was torn from the end. He was taken to Elmore for treatment. George Hagge and Alice were business callers in Elmore Thurs day. Mrs. Alfred Kramersmeier is teaching at Grant, substituting for a teacher who resigned just before school opened. She will teach until a permanent teacher is found. Thursday evening the W. F. M. S. entertained the King's Heralds at the church. The latter gave the following program: Song, In the Service of the King, girls; devotions, led by Maxine Seifert; song, Follow the Gleam, girls; poem Beatrice Seifert; duet, Marjorie and Jean Gable; demonstration, My Mother's Mite Box, Jean Gable, Frances Yahnke, Marvel Halvorson, and Marjorie Gable; cornet and clarinet duet, Marjorie Mayer and Marjorie Gable. Jack Welfare has purchased a new modern and up-to-date school bus. Warren Lloyd, who is to have the route previously driven by Alfred O'Keefe, bought Jack's old bus. Dave Frietz is digging a basement and putting in a foundation for a new home to be built this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara and Beverly returned Wednesday from St. Paul, where they had visited relatives several days. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey took Marjorie and Jean Gable to Elmore Wednesday night They took part in the finals of an amateur contest. Lawrence Flynn entertained a group of boys at a theater party ai Bancroft a week ago Monday evening. Following the theater partj they were served lunch at the Flynn home, and then played games till a late hour. Duane Thompson, Paul Garry, Joe am Billy McDonald, were among the guests. ' MILD [Exceptional!; So] THE ORIGINAL NICKLESS Only 5c The cigur that Is recommended for excessive smokers because the nicotine, as far us pos gible, has been re moved, making i not only mild, bu a satisfying smoke Moderate smokers who enjoy a mild cigur are also enthusiastically in fa vor of the Nlckless Try a box and notice the difference four dealer can ge it for you. CCAY COUNTY Sleeping Sickness Epidemic planned, but because of the poor attendance refreshments were served in the house. Hostesses were Mrs. Winter, Esther Asklns, Mrs. Etta Beenlcen, and Mrs. Mattle Harrlnga. Mrs. George Onken Sick- Mr, and Mrs. George Onken, of Bancroft, came Friday to consult a physician regarding Mrs. Onken's health, which has been very poorly for several weeks. Mr. Onken also attended to business matters pertaining to the purchase of the Sonnenberg town house. The Onkens will return to Titonka shortly. Mrs. Heifner's Health lletter— Friends of Mrs. Emma' Heifner are pleased that she has sufficiently recovered from her recent illness to be able to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Zweifel and Mrs. Divert Michaelsen. Mrs. Heifner plans to visit all her children in this community for a few days before cold weather. Richard Harms Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Winter and son Gerald, daughter Deloris, came Sunday to help Dick Harms celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Winter, is a daughter of Mr. Harms and the Harms children, with their families, except Mrs. John Steil, were present, all coming with well- filled baskets. Asche to Build Home— W. Asche, north of town, has purchased the Adolph Missal two lots lying between the Denton and Sartor residences, and will begin work jn excavating the basement for a modern cottage to be erected at once. Mr. and Mrs. Asche will retire from the farm and enjoy life in town. Wilsons Locate in Florida— Mrs. Ernest Wilson and son Robert, of Tehula, Miss., who spent the summer at Titonka with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton, and at Gilmore City at the home of James Winter, is now located at Tallahassee, Fla., where she will make her permanent home. Hospital Patient Home Again— Mrs. Bertha Callies has returned from the Dplmage hospital at Forest City, where she was taken following a fall while cleaning the walls and ceiling of the Lutheran, church a couple of weeks ago. Mrs. Callies suffered a pelvic fracture, and is recovering. Many Attend State Fair— Among many attending the state fair last week are Wilbur Godfer- son, Ruby Wood, Arthur Askins, Kenneth Kuchenreuther, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller, Mr. and Mrs. George Bonacker, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Callies, and three children. Pruismaii House Nearly Done— The Frank Pruisman four-room cottage being erected on the lots recently purchased in the north part of town, is fast nearing completion and will make Mr. and Mrs. Pruisman a pleasant home in which to spend their declining years. New Family from Woden— The John Husinga family, of Woden, has moved into the Hagen res- idence purchased from Ben Franzen and moved to the Hagen lots in the south part of town. Other Titonka News. Sigwell Wood, son of Mrs. Lillie Wood, who has been very ill following the removal of his tonsils, is reported recovering, and 'expects to be able to start to school within another week. Sigwell has been in the hospital at Algona. The Lester Callles town residence property recently vacated by Mrs. Hazel Nauman and family is being remodeled and will be made Into a modern home for the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Callies. Will Ward, K. & H. man who hails from Wesley but spends much of his time here, left Friday in company with three friends from Wesley for ten days or t'tfo week* at International Falls. Mrs. Olive Briins js assisting itt the Sonnenberg general store during the absence of Ann Sonnen* berg, who IB spending a week with relatives in Grundy county. . Mrs.Tftattle Harringa Sr. continues very ill at the home of her stm John Harringa, north of town* suffering with gall stones. George Hlggins, who has been a patient at the Veterans hospital at Des Molnes for several weeks 1 , Is) making slow improvement. FOR SALE CUCUMBERS Any size At stand 5i/£ miles west of Algona on pavement. Orders large or small. Prices reasonable. C. F. LOWDEN 49tf MONEY To Loan AUTOMOBILE LOANS EXTREMELY LOW BATES LOANS MADE ON YOUR PRESENT CAB We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSEES OR SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call in person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 306 East State St., Algona, lowm Kent Motor's Annual Used Car Clearance Sale — Nearly All Makes A Wide Range oS Prices ALL REDUCED! We're going full force in the Nation-wide used car Clearance Sale ! That's right, every used car on our lot is a bargain. Prices have been reduced for the Ford dealers nation wide Used Car Clearance Sale. This is the BIG MONEY SAVING chance of the year to trade in your car for a better one. If you want more transportation for fewer dollars, come and select the car that fits your needs, we have it for you. Used Cars and Trucks. Renewed and Guaranteed. All makes. 1936 FORD TUDOR GREY Looks and runs like new, 2 new tires, perfect motor. R & G. bargain. Was $510.00 Is $460.00 1936 CHEVROLET COACH with trunk. Grey; 20,000 miles, motor and transmission just overhauled. Good tires. R & G bargain. Was $525.00 Is $485.00 / \. 1929 CHEVROLET COACH Motor fine; good tires and battery; new paint. As is bargain. Was $115.00 Is $85.00 v 1935 CHEVROLET COACH With heater, valves ground, new rings installed; good tires and battery; mohair upholstery. Clean as a pin. R & G bargain. Was $425.00. U $385,00 1927 CHEVROLET COUPE As is bargain. Was $35.00 I* $20.00 1933 CHEVROLET FORDOR Black with cream wheels. ' New set of tires, motor overhauled, good battery. A dandy looking car. Square deal bargain. Was $335.00 I 8 $295.00 1933 CHEVROLET COUPE New paint, motor reconditioned, tires good. Square deal bargain. Was $315.00 Is $280.00 1936 FORD TRUCK Long wheel-base, with dual wheels. Motor excellent. Looks like new. R & G bargain. Was $595,00 Is $545.00 1933 CHEVROLET TRUCK Long wheel base, with dual wheels; motor reconditioned. Good tires and battery. Square deal bargain. Was $245.00 Is $195,00 1926 FORD MODEL T As is bargain. Was $25,00 Is $15,00 1929 HUDSON SEDAN Good motor; almost new tires; new paint. A dandy buy for someone. As is bargain. Was $116.00 Is $55.00 1930 CHEVROLET SEDAN Nice running motor; tires good; new paint. As is bargain. Was$165.00 Is$135.00 1929 FORD COUPE Fair tires and motor. As is bargain. Was $95.00 Is $75.00 1929 FORD COUPE Two new tires; motor good. A real buy. As is bargain. Was $125.00 Is $105,00 1935 FORD FORDOR De Luxe equipped; green body with cream wheels. Mohair upholstery. Low mileage; good tires, battery and motor. Looks and drives like new. R & G bargain. Was $475,00 Is $425,00 Perhaps your present car will make down payment Convenient terms to suit you IllllH^ ALGONA, iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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