Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 5, 1937
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1-AGE FOUR KOSSUfH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA TUK AMATEUR TILT WINNER GETS WHO AUDITION HOGS ttest light butch. 140-1GO $8.00-?S.50 Boat, light butch. 160-180 $8.50-9.50 Mod. hvy. 180-200 lbs. ..$0.76-10.00 Letlyard, Oct. 4—The final win- Mod. hvy - 200-25° lbs> ? }? >0 2"!^ - ^ Hers In ton amateur contests here are John .Tergenson, Ledyard, first, $15 and <i chance at ALGONA Markets who won $15 and a chance at a. WHO nudition; the Miller sisters, JLakota, who won $5; Arthur 0reis- er, .third; and tho Gable sisters, of Ledyard, fourth. The contests, in •which much talent appeared, had been a popular North End means of entertainment for some time. Cliild's .Foot Undly Bruised— At play with a group of children In and around an old trailer last week Tuesday little. Beverly Ziel- eke had a foot badly bruised when the trailer hitch fell on it. It was feared at first that bones were crushed, but the foot was only severely bruised. She was unable to •walk on it for several days. Beverly is the eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zielske. Marilyn the younger daughter, was sick last week with the flu. hvy. 21)0-350 $0.50-1?!).75 Mod. hvy. 350-100 lbs. _.$9.00-$9.50 Packing sows 300-350 _-$8.76-$9.00 Packing sows, 350-100 lbs. .—$8.75 Packing sows, -100-500 __ $8.50-8.60 CATTLE runners and cutters $2.50 to $3.50 Fat cows - $4.00 to $5.00 Bulls $4.00 to $5.50 Veal calves $5.00 to $8.00 Stock steers $5.00 to $7.00 Fat steers $9.00 to $10.00 Fat yearlings $8.00 to $9.00 GRAIN No. 4 yellow corn (Dec. 15) _4G%c No. 2 rye G~s No. 3 barley 41c No. 2 white oats 2-i 1 /fcc EGGS Henneries 24 c No. 1 - 20c No. 2 15c Cash Cream— . Sweet B7c MOTHERS CLUB IN UNION HAS STARTED YEAR Club Was Founded in 1906 and is Now 31 Years Old. By Mrs. afnrie Bode. Union Twp. Oct. 4—The Mothers and Daughters yearbooks for 193738 are ready for distribution. This club, which stands for homo and child, dates back to 190fl, when Mrs. Kate Annis was president and Gertrude Ilofius was secretary. Present officers are: president, Mabel Tjaden; first vice, Ida Winkle Jr.; second vice, Cora Reid; third vice, Cora Bacon; secretary, lionise Romstad; assistant, Anna Mnrlow; coresponding secretary Maymo Steinman. The committee which made out the year books consisted of Carrie j\j 0> i ___ ;;c )C i Bourne. Helen Vogel, Julia Taylor, Visit in Missouri— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muync and •their son Wallace left Wednesday for Moberly. Mo., to visit relatives. .They were, to stop at Cedar Rapids to see Kdith Mayne, who is dUencl- ing (.'oo college there. Another .stop was to he made at Troy to visit the V. A. Hai-re.il;-, Mr. Barrett, for ypiir.s (i local teacher, being now superintendent of a consolidated school there. Trvington, Oct. 4—Donald Robi- Foiir to .Mefhodisi ('(iniViviu-e— | son. Irvington. and Dorothy Stev- Mr. and Mrs. Cieorge Thompson, enw, Corwilli, were married at noon son DiKinc. and Lottie Mason, the . Saturday at the Methodist parson- latter of Lu Verne, went to Sioiut ' ago. Fort Dodge, by the Rev. Mr. No. 2 34c IRVINGTON YOUTH AND GORWITH GIRL WED AT FORT DOOGE Mabel Tjaden. ,and Maine- AVinkel. The flower committee for tho year consists of Ada Hofius arid Mac Ktherington. Contest captains are Mary Sarchet and Ethel Smith. REWRITES Briefs siuiimnrl/lng principal news in Inst Thursday's Upper DPS Molnes. Lu City a Cow days ago to visit the Milton Thompsons and to attend Sunday sessions of the Northwest Iowa Methodisi Conference. Girls Onranize Reserve Club— Gilbert. They wore accompanied by tho bride's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stevens. The bride wore an ankle-lenu'th i \Vinkel, Cora. Reid, Minnie Sareliett, land Norma Bailey. Twenty-five meetings are sch- '. edtiled for tho year, which iuclud-1 i es special meetings. December 2 i is the date for the annual banquet.! • A harvest home party for Novem-! ber IS, with Laura Hohenstein and; | Jos. Rickor as hostess and host, j j is scheduled. In January a mid-day j I potluck luncheon will be held at 1 Karl Taylor's, with tho men in charge of the program and menu. On May 5 there will be mothers' HARM 110KCKHOLT, Titonka, was aquiHed on a charge of illegal possession of liquor In his car one day last week Jn district court. He claimed that ho didn't know the liquor was In the car, and <i cousin testif'/d that he himself put the liquor in It. EDITORS of tho county press group outside Algona have agreed to support Ray Spcrbeck, of the Swca City Herald for representative in tho legislature In 1938. They held a meting a week ago Friday in the Bancroft Register shop. HAUL LAl'MOM, transient,, has been given ft 10-year sentence in a state penitentiary by Judge Hcald on a charge of robbery of the Meyers Deep Rock oil station here on September 2, An associate has also been sentenced. KiaSKY BU.11T.IS, Lu Verne, was sentenced to a year in jail when. Judge Hcald revoked ft parole on ft charge f forgery as the result of a new charge of stealing pigs on the John Behnkendorf farm, near Lu Verne. j AX ATKRAGE of 7 per cent of ! the horses in Kossnth died from sleeping sickness. The Information was deduced from figures by the Iowa State bank on farms where it hold mortgages. AT H1XG.STK1) tho postmaster recently stooped to pick up a pack- ago just as a stray bullet fired by accident by men examining a now gun whizzed through a winodw on a level with his head. Great Guns! Where Was the Dows Team Spending the Day? Lilvcrmore, Oct. 4 — The Livermoro high school team scored ton touchdowns by ten players, with 22 men used, in n giuno at Dows Friday. The final score was 65-0. llolfo and Llvennorc meet this week Friday at Rolfe. serve rluh under I ho leadership of Arleno An he;-, first grade teacher. Because of the large number of girls interested, two groups will be formed. Marshal Seeks .Inry Discharge— Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Barnes were at Algniui last week Monday and again Thursday. Mr. Barnes hud been drawn on the jury and ho went down to get dismissed as he is town marshal here. Health Club 1Iai.es Hike— The Health club, which consists of 7lh 8th. and dtli grade girls, and their sponsor. Miss Stoflet, made a bike Thursday .to the railroad tracks and had a picnic in the Engelby grove. II. S. >'inc Loses lo Bancroft— Tho high .school ball team played Bancroft at Bancroft Wednesday and was defeated, 12-C. Otlior Ledyard Xmvs. Mi-, and Mrs. Walter Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Kdw. Miller drove to Waterloo last week Tuesday and purchased a new corn-picker there. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey attended a county meet ing of osteopathic doctors at Woden last week Mon- ' day evening. Mrs. J. H. Welfare, daughter Doris and Mrs. diaries Hilterty were at Fairmont last week Monday. • Many from here attended a cele- ' bration at Armstrong last week Monday and Tuesday evenings. The Edward Hagges, Buffalo Comer, visited at. Arthur Xielsko's last week Tuesday. George Huge, daughter Alice, and Helen Odell visited at Bancroft Wednesday. i Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Kngelby were Bancroft caller.s Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kngelby 1 were at Elmore Thursday. , cossories, and carried a matching j bouquet or roses. The bridesmaid i wore an ankle-length dress of cerise sa'«in, with matching accessories. Mrs. ficorge Tomlinson, Fort I Dodge, served a wedding dinner for [ the group Sunday. Mr. Tomliason is a cousin of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Robison will give n wedding dance at a Corwith hall this week Friday evening. The new Mrs. Robison is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Slovens, Corwith, and she was graduated from tho Ren wick high- school in 1934. Later she took a course in beauty culture at Port Dodge. For nearly a year she has ! Program, been nnerating a beauty 'jhop at Corwilli. Donald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison, was graduated from the Algona high school in ; l!i:',:i, and since then, has been •helping his father on the farm. i « schools day will be observed, with Carrie Bourne, Kathorinc Leason, Clarence Reibhoff, Mrs. Elmer i STATE AX.D COUNTY officers made returns last week showing that three raids in Kossuth in search of illegal liquor had been FHAXK COX, AVesley, surprised friends there a week or so ago by bringing a bride home from Miss- Drayton, Jens Sorcnsen, and Quentin Bjustrom as committee. A program presented by young folks will be held in July, 193S. The year's program promises to be most interesting. The club was unable to hold its first two meetings of the now club year, duo to sickness and death but now plans to meet at the Community room at the Good Hope this week Thursday, a potluck lunch to be served following the Loyal W. Beckwith, ' Cedar Falls, Dies Mrs. Josso Willey has received word of her brother Loyal W. Bcck- with's death at Cedar Falls, after a short illness. He died at bis home Wednesday at GS years. Mr. Beckwith was born April 1, 18S9, at Maquoketa, the son of Oliver and Mary K. Beckwith, and on Christmas day, 18S(i, he was married to Ada Ingronille, who is now dead. Surviving are three daughters and one son. Mr. Beckwith was a member of the Presbyterian church, the Odd Pel laws, and the United workmen. o Hazeltine Home is by Johnson, Airs. Walter HcertH, Win. ouri. She was Maude Smith. He ni-Mvtnn T«n« Qnvr>nco.r» o>•> A r\nn-n.. wont there on a vacation trip. ELEANOR STEIXMAX suffered a cut in the face and ;was bruised when she ran from her parents car in front of a car driven by Don White and was struck. AKTIK DE1M, Swca City, has boon retained by the Stj. Louis Browns ball league for next year. Ho played with a Williamston, N. C., team this season. THE AXXUAI; meeting of the K £ H cooperative oil company is to be held today. J. P. Studer is secretary, A 12 per cent dividend is to be declared. HARRY KETTWICK Lakota, fell from ft now tractor week before last, and bones in an anklo were crushed. He will be in. bod eight weeks. VIRGINIA MORCK recently elected freshman queen at the state university of Minnesota, spoke over the radio a week ago. ELEANOR C1UIIKSIIANK, Algona, has boon appointed health nurse by the Calhoun supervisors at Rock well City. Dinner at St. Joe Marks a Birthday St. Joe, Oct. 4—A surprise birthday dinner honoring Mrs. LeRoy Tliilgcs was served at her homo Sunday. Guests wore the Albert Weavers, Lakota; tho Art Brandts Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mullor, Algona; Mrs. Susan Wagner, Mike and Agnes Wagner, Joan Mortz, tho John Hammers, Mrs. Henry M. Thilgcs and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges, and Mr. and Mrs, Hubert O'Brien, all of St. Joe. -*School Today for Leaders of Four-H An organization training school for 4-H leaders and committee members will bo held at the Bancroft public school building today (Tuesday). Florence Forbes, home furnishing specialist from Ames, will conduct the mooting. Next year's project will be the second year in homo furnishing. « Algoim Hoy CIiocr-Londcr. Palmer Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, has been named cheer loader for Gustavtis Adolphus college at St. Peter, Minn. He was cheer leader here in the local high school. [Exceptionally So] THE ORIGINAL Hagg Post Elects Officers Tonight New officers of Haag post will | be elected tonight. A special nominating committee—M. H. Falken! hainor, chairman, H. M. Smith, G. D. Brundage, M. G. Norton, aud M. i J. Streit—was appointed at the | September meeting. Any paid-up • member may also nominate from ; the floor. Prizes will be awarded ' for various activities, including a $3.50 membership prize. A program :und lunch will follow the business meeting. i Mislint'li Speaker. Leighton MLshach, .speaker ul Bancroft last night before the reserve officers of Kossuth, told of current military events in the world, especially in the Japunese- f'liinrwe undeclared war and events in the civil war-torn Spain. Manson Coming for Game Friday Night Th Manson high school football team comes this week Friday evening for the third consecutive home game of the season. Webster City will play here in the fourth game next week Friday night. Manson has the best team in some years. Coach Berger is preparing with blocking and tackling plays, ft pass ,, , ,, r~~ Tr , defensive, and some new plays. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hazeltine, * Solma, Calif., recently suffered loss Fined for Bud Lights. of their home and furniture in ft Earl Armstrong, Livermore, was devastating fire. Mr. Hazeltne is • fined $8 plus costs of $2 by Jus- .superintendant of some 100 ranches! tice Welter Saturday for improp- noar Selma, and Mrs. Hazeltine is , or lights on a truck. The charge the former Lois Cosgrove, daughter [was filed by Patrolman Ralph Ver- of Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove here. I million. I Only 5c Titonka Mrs. Mary Oe.sterreicher and Mrs. 1 'Mary Sartor entertained at tea at 8 o'clock Friday evening for the ben-, efit of the girl scouts, 25 persons attending. This was not a chain tea. J^ater two other members of the Utcal scout committee, which •consists of six members represent-! ing organizations in the community, will give another benefit tea. , Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fran/en, with ! a son and a duaghter, attended a play aud program at the Meyer Reformed church Friday evening. Mr.I and Mrs. Franzen are farming i northeast of town. ! Mrs. John Briggs, Algona, her' mother, Mrs. Rasmus Peterson, and tier brothers George and Henry re-i cently went to South Dakota to I visit the eldest son Peter, and re-J turned last week Tuesday. Mrs. | Petersen stood the trip well. i Supt. C. A. Hoon, son Jack, Druggist W. J. Demon, Edward i Boyken, Junior Batt, Arnold Rick-j lefs, Principal and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, Raymond Ricklefs, and Russell French were among Titonk- ians who attended a Clear Lake- Algona football came at Algona football game at Algona Friday nighi. Murphy's Taxicab, Algona, was an unfamiliar sight on Titonka street Saturday. Mr. Peters, local blacksmith, and his family visited the grotto at West Bend last week Sunday, and pronounced it a magnificent thing such as seen in California. The •children took pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bonacker, Mr. And Mrs. Luther Miller, and Howard Andrews represented the Titonka Legion post and Auxiliary unit At a county meeting at the Country club clubhouse at Algona Thursday evening. They reported a fine meeting and said the speaker made them 'feel as if they were attending the recent national Le- «loa convention at New York City. 14—BURGLARS I OfW LUUIV Retail Worth of Prizes ,W\SVr Value In Ii2 Weekly Contest. CONTEST NO. 4 NOW GOINU ON <;rayl>ar Klectrie Sew- *>£"/) -Manning "• Bowman ing machines. £i*J\J smart Toaster Tray Sets. Ask .Manager for Details. Quaker Oats, quick or reg. IS o/. -j r* JL I C Sunnyfield Oats, or quick 15c Swuusdown Cake Flour, package _. ioiia Peas, 4 No. '2 cans 29c Sparkle Gelatin Desserts and Puddings, -j Q 3 pkfe's. - ..... ______ J.OC Pet, Horden and Cumatioa Kvap. Milk, 4 tall cans ________ Folder's and Hill's Coffee, lb. can ______ Kolger's and Hill's Coffee, 2 lb. can ___. White House Evap. Milk, 3 tall cans ___ Jonathon Apples, -j -j Q 1 bu. bas.ket _____ J- •-£ Sf Q/i ._ _£(/ C 1 f\ _ JLUC Broadcast Corned Beef HASH, Jf- 3 IG-oz. cans _______ 4D C Broadcast Sliced -j Q A UKKV, 5-oz. jar _____ JL & C Broadcast CHILI Con Came, 3 11-oz. cans Broadcast Deviled HAJtt, 3 o/. can _____ 'The Breakfast of Champions' 1VHEATJKS, //) 8-oz. pkg. __________ ±UC CORN, 4 No. 2 Del Monte PEACHES, 2 Jfo. 2H~c'ans Bartlett PEAKS, 2 No. 2& cans ... Yellow Globe -I If" ONIONS, 50 lb. bag J- .-I t/ Cobbler POTATOES, 100 lb. bag Sweet POTATOES, 4 lbs. A&P FOOD STORES THE tiREAT ATLAbLUC.. A.M.B PACIFIC I 1 £ A . (3 0 M PA-'N-Y Employment Office j Places 42 in Jobsj i The local office of the national i reemployment service made 21 pri-! vate placements for men and 21 for | women in September. Fifteen men ! got public positions, and 13 skilled j laborers were sent out of the' county. There wore 31 now appli- i cations. Mon see-king corn-picking jobs ore requested to register. I The cignr (bat recommended for excessive smokers, because the nico. tine, as far as possible, has been removed, making it not only mild, but a satisfying smoke. Moderate smokers who enjoy n mild cigar are also enthusiastically in favor of the Nickless. Try a box and notice the difference. Your dealer can get it for yon. Reorganization of Rifle Oub Sought , County Supt. Shirley, Rifle club secretary, has sent the following letter to members: "Several have expressed n. desire- that the Rifle club take steps to reorganize in some- way and thai that the range may be open to shooting. To this end a meeting is called for Wednesday evening October G to dlscuaa plans for tho winter. We will meet in the office of the county superintendent at the courthouse at 7 o'clock. 'In case this notice docs not reach all who might wish to be present It is suggested that anyone who is coming bring with him any one else who may be interested in cither rifle or pistol shooting." » Local Girl Again on College Choir Sioux City Oct. 4—Margaret, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Stcphenson, Algonn, is among second sopranos on the Morningsido college chapel choir this year. The places on the choir arc not to bo bad for tho asking. The personnel is chosen only after tryouts. The choir annually makes lours to im- porlnnt points in the United States. Miss Stcphenson is a senior this year and she bus majored in music. . 1 Sleeping Sickness is Still Reported Portland Twp., Oct. •!—There are still reports of sleeping sickness in horses. D. M. Stewart has lost two of his best horses, and other farmers here have sick horses. Some recover, but are in a much weakened condition and or; SOCIAL SECURITY OUTFIT COMPLETE §1 «_§ If) * 1EACH !U employees or less No. SO-10 Outfit Cozuists of: Loose Leaf Ring Binder SxlO'/j Personnel Record Sheets Employees Earning Sheets Imrgoroutfitsproportionatolyprfced All Necessary Information for Social Security Order Now at The ADVANCE PUB, GO, East of Courthouse must have tho best of caro for a longer period of time than was at first thought necessary. Club at Livermore Holds Picnic Here Livermore, Oct. 4—The- Equality club had a picnic at the Ambrose Call state park Thursday, and fol-, lowing dinner tho women played bridge at tho Shelter House, Mrs. Edward Ophcim winning high. Others attending: Mosdames Frank Conley, Charles Drown, George Burns, James Elder, J. P, ITamm. Sidney Hoganson, W. F. Johnson! Elmer Knowles, Archie Wilson W M. Smith, F. n. 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