Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 9, 1937
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PAGE POUR KQSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA KNIGHTS HONOR THE MEMORY OF MEMBERS DEAD Eighty-five members of the gona council of the Knights Alof Union Club Program Deals With the Pioneer Schools Luxuriously Furred and Tailored Coats at Money-Saving Prices. A We have gcatherecl together all the style hits of the season and have marked them at prices that will mean a genuine saving to you. We invite you to see our immense stocks of coats for Children, Juniors, Misses., and Ladies. Children's Coats $5.95 to $10.95 Ladies, 3Fissos, Juniors Gouts $10.95 to $49.50 Christensen Bros. Company Columbus observed Memorial Sunday at the local Catholic church by attending 7 a. m. mass and receiving communion, given by the Rev. Father Ahmann, chaplain of the order. Father Ahmann gave the sermon at this mass, and afterwards breakfast was served by the K C women in St. Cecelia's auditorium! Ihis was followed by memorial services in the academy assembly room, conducted by officers of the order. I District Deputy L. D. Brennan. Emmetsburg, gave the Observance of the Day; the Rev. Fr. Ahman [spoke on Our Order and Its Dead; ,and C. H. Ostwinkle, grand knight, gave an eulogy on the late Jacob Winkel, who died March 23. Mr. Winkel was a charter member of the Algona council, joining in 1005, and was one of two members holding life honorary membership. The memorial services are held each year on the first Sunday in November and are impressive! F Union Twp., Nov. 8—Thirty worn- much In favor of the husking; still , ot^r,,i«,i „ »,f«n — * TV,.._I,_ 0 ti, erSj whoso corn was downed by wind and snow, are resorting to the old-fashioned way. Finder-Nail is Removed— Mrs. Olaf Romstad has been having considerable trouble with infection around a finger-nail. It was necessary 1 to remove the nail. Other Union News. Andy Beck has the land on the en attended a Mothers and Daughters club held at Mrs. Presley Sarchet's Thursday. Mrs. Mabel Tjaden was assisting hostess. The program was opened with the club song, followed by roll call, on favorite teachers and why. A talk was given by Mrs. S. H. McNutt on pioneer teachers, and this was much enjoyed, especially by the older club members, for her remarks centered around the earliest Kossuth schools in Irvington and [George Kohl farm rented for the Cresco townships, the Algona schools, and "Gopher college," the latter of Union township. Mrs. McNutt was Louisa . Crose, and her family was among the first settlers in Irvington township, which at that time was inhabited nostly by "Pennsylvania Dutch." Mrs. McNutt once taught school lerself. Her first term was in fresco township. Mrs. Mabel Tjaden read a paper on "Ideal Kossuth Teachers." The lames of many former Algona .enchers were highly honored In •espouse to roll call on favorite eachers. it. C. Zender was in charge of the singing this year. The Knights of Columbus will initiate a large class of candidates Sunday, December 12, and a Father and Sons banquet is planned for early in January. The Knights are sponsoring a declamatory contest for pupils in parochial schools in the Algona district, which includes Bancroft Wesley, St. Joe, St. Benedict, Algona, and Whitlemore, and winners will be advanced to a district "de- clam," thence to a state contest. Plans are also laid for a basketball team this year, in charge of Dr. R. J. Thissen and Dennis Heggarty. with practice beginning im- nedintely. The Knights also consider sponsoring a bowling team. Includes Esthorville, The district r Ommetsbur! and Mason City. Plans for a banquet December 2 vere discussed, and it was decided to have some church society serve A tray lunch was served. The next meeting will be on Thursday, November 18, when an evening harvest home party will be held at the Ricker Bros, home, with Mrs. Laura Hohcnstein assisting. Committees are: reception — Carrie Bourne, Frances Gould; entertainment—Marie Bode, Bertha Sarchet; menu—Irma Harvey, Ethel Smith. Guests.at last Thursday's meeting were Mrs. Austin Gardner, Plum Creek; Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank, Mrs. John Jacobs, Mrs. James Becker, Mrs. Robert Leason, and Mrs. Stewart, all of Union; Mrs. Hawcott, Burt; Mrs. Anna Leason, Algona, daughter Mabel. Farmers. Are Picking Corn— Corn-husking is the topic of the home here. Some farmers who have pickers are through; others are hiring mechanical pickers, though this dry weather is not coming year. The Kohls do not plan to leave the farm for another year or so. Frank Elsenbarth, St. Benedict, has rented the farm now tenanted by James Becker. SOCIETY Free Moyie is Given. Some 750 people attended a free Standard Oil moving picture show at the V. F. W. hall last Wednesday night. A full one and one-half hour's show entitled "Stan" was given. W. R. Bauerle, public relations representative from Mason City, gave a talk and introduced local Standard Oil representatives. The same show had previously been given at Swea City, Lakota, Bancroft, Titonka, Burt, Whittemore, Wesley, and Lu Verno. Local prizes were awarded. Infant Lives Two Hours. A baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. V. Smith died Monday morning, having lived only two hours after birth. Burial services were held Monday afternoon at the Riverview cemetery, the Rev. F. E. Burgess officiating. Three other children, two boys and a girl, sur- } ~ vive the baby. Mr. Smith is a Minneapolis Paper Co, representative in this territory. ntrtliday Party for Hoy, 14— A surprise birthday party was given for Arest Manama at hla home Wednesday to celebrate his 14th birthday. Games were played, and,Arest opened the gifts. Lunch was served. Attending were Butns Nugent, Maxino Moore, Donna Jean Waldron, Meredith Larson, Maxlne Dalley, Howard Forburger, Charles McVay, Fern Johnson, Warren Me . Max Bartholomew, Kenneth Bakken, Crimb Gunder, Herbert Matthews, James Koneflck, Burnett Gunder, and Viola,, Billy, Dorothy Jr., and Louie Maharns. Academy B. It. Glrjs' Party— The Academy basketball girls gave a party last evening (Monday) at the schoolbuilding. A fee of 3Gc was charged for an evening of cards, lunch, and dancing, the proceeds going to the girls' athletic fund. There were 28 tables In play. Harry Bode and Mrs. Isabel Meiggs won high at auction bridge; Mrs. Oscar Erlckson and Dr. H. M. Olson, high at contract; and Mrs. Mary Stehrltz and "Pat" Heggarty, high at "500." Refreshments were served. HOSPITALS KOSSUTH Nov. 1—George Studer, of Lu Verne, appendectomy; Mrs. ft. j. Bell, *Swea City, girl, name Elizabeth Christine; Mrs. Everd Bryant, Algoim, girl. Nov< 3—Mrs. Herman Lindeman Algona, surgical; Clyde Moore, Burt, accident. , Nov. 4—Mrs. John Preuschol, St. Benedict, boy. Nov. 6—Petor ,T. Grelner, Algoim. fractured hip; Mrs. Eugene Hutch- Ins, Algona, medical. Nov. 6—Jane Mai-cone" Carlson, Swea City, appendectomy; Mrs. Fred Schoby, Algona, girl; Walter Gorman, Algona, accident. Nov. 7—Mra. Harold Van Allen Algona, boy; Mrs. Claude V. Smith Algonn, girl. GENERAL Nov. 2—Charles Davenport, Algona, major surgery. Nov. 3—Mrs. Lyle Sampson, Algona, boy. , Nov. 4—Ronald Peterson, Al- gonn. minor surgery. Nov. —Mrs. Rose Moon, Cor'wlth medical treatment. Nov. 6—Rose Studer, Wesley minor surgery. ' Preaching Mission nf; Hurt. 'Burt, Nov. 8—A preaching mission will be held at the Methodist church here all next week and 'the following Sunday. The Rev. F. E. Burgess, Algona, will preach next Sunday evnlng. . to Off • C '»TtOO , I^llll •eft C ° n ««<3| NORTH IOWA "OHIO of w « >'«* from ''"-.sons, 1{llyl '>' ( "o sure, LONG'S BE \ . MiH'teen years after, anil once again there are rumlilcs of war throughout the world. Nineteen years after, and still ue cling to every effort toward Peace . . . the world's greatest and most worthy cause! Joe Bloom Confirmation Service Hold. The Rev. De V. Shelmandine, of Spencer, and Bishop Harry Longley, Davenport, came last evening for confirmation of new members of the local Episcopalian church. Carl Van Hoven, of the Shilts & Van Hoven barber shop, was confirmed. Gould . na phone 2F121. pS FOR SALE—1020 STUDEBAKER sedan.—A-l condition. — G. Sjogren. R. OpS WANTED—TWO USED lamps which can be cheap.—Ask Advance. truck Reasonable brand new box. terms.—Phone 55, or ., see Western Credit Company, 33utf I WANT TO BUY 7 PUREBRED "oT- high grade Holstein cows, fresh within the last 30 days or to be FLOOR | "'ash within .the next 30 days. The bought ! !jind that give 25 to 40 quarts of milk per day when freshening and milk the year 'round.—E. L Culbert, phone .13 on 14. FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED Poland China boars, vaccinated. i—Roy Wiseman, Wesley. lOp-l-S i FARM P °R SALE 51pS FOR 1SS acres one Uu wi,h FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE boars; cholera immune. Farmers' prices.—Aaron Taylor, Burt. FLOOR SANDING, FINISHING; les °««'«Je the high-taxing best equipped.— Cowan Supply Co., phone 275. Buildin FOR SALE—40 SPOTTED PO land China boars, good ones. Anton Yammer, Ringsted, la. 13p3-4, 7-8 YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE wants, work on farm. Can furnish good references.—Write 'M. M." in care of Advance. 16p7-l FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN registered bull, 11 months old. C. T. A records.—Herman Soderberg, Bancroft. FOR SALE-20 SHROPSHIRE and Chicken Dinner is Announced. Burt, Nov. 8—The Methodist Aid will serve a chicken dinner and hold its annual bazaar at the church this week Thursday. The society will also serve lunch at the George Gray farm .sale November 18. A. L. Peterson Sells Fnrm. Wesley, Nov. &— Clarence Ward recent purchased the 160-acre farm northwest of Wesley from A. L. Peterson, Algona. The place, which is unimproved, has for some time been farmed by the Axel Carlsons. Car Destroyed by Fire. Burt, Nov. 8—While A. F. Carter was driving to work at J. H. Schroeder's to work at 5 o'clock • Wednesday morning an explosion occurred, and his car took fire and was burned up. OUosi-ii Doctor is Dead. Bns. C. H. Cretxmeyer, P. V. Jan.se, R. A. Evans, nnd M. G Bourne attended the funeral of Dr Wm. Shipley, who died at Ottosen last week Tuesday. Smart sHoes a3S to your "well turned out" appearance !The style shown liere is especially pleasing. Try it on. 1 -t .--, - ~ • «• <J- 1 LJlj n P-*-lo Hampshire rams; FOR SALE—CLOSING OUT Gian purebred White Pekin ducks a $1.00 each. — Frank Kuhn, Lone FOR SALE—10 HEAD HORSES mostly mares 3 to 7 years old wt. 1300-1600.—C. L. McVay, phone 7!)1, Algona 20p8 AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK Tuesday, November 9—S p. m., Junior Senior high school parents' "Go to School" night. Wednesday, November 10—2:30 p. m., Elementary mothers' meeting in high school auditorium. Thursday, November 11—11 a. m., Armistice day program, high school auditorium. Sunday, November 14— S p. m., Union services, high school auditorium. FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA boars, cholera immune.—Meyei & Dahl, Fenton, phone 1115, Lone R«ek. 13p8 .o FOR SALE OR TRADE—193G Ford V-8 coach. Excellent condition Condition terms if desired.—Algona Ins. Agencv 18u8-10 WANTED—MTDDLE-AGED housekeeper, by employed widow with two children.—Write "A" in care of Advance. FOR SALE — UNIMPROVED 80 acres, !) miles southeast of Algona, no reasonable offer refused. —Dora L. Elzig, Santa Ana Calif.. R. R. No. 2, box 40 10p8-ll FOR SALE—TEAM FARM mares, harness and wagon. Will sell reasonable for cash.—Call at 115 N. Ridgely St., Algona, Monday or af ter. 22p8 WE WISH TO TAKE THIS means of thanking our friends and neighbors for all the kindness shown us during our illness.—Mrs. Nels Jensen and Duane. WE HAVE IN STOCK MANILA folders of the sort used by professional and business men for filing letters, bills, and other papers.—Advance. tf RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital required.—Make up to $12 a day. —Write McNESS CO., Dept. S, Freeport, Illinois. 29p8 WE WISH TO THANK OUR neighbors and other friends for their kindness and sympathy in our recent bereavement.—Mrs. L. A. Miner and sons, Faris, Melvin, and Bob. FOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Standard Approved oil-burner complete with tank and equipment. Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevro- Oxford " so xord Dorset and Southdowns, the "good rugged farmer rams; Poland China Duroc Jersey and Berkshire spring boar.,, 2 yearling Poland Chjna boars the easy feeding kind; also Shorthorn and Angus bulls —Pen Studer, Wesley. _ __43imf CHOICE FARMS~PolT~S\LEl. highly fertile, both improved and unimproved. Would-be, farm own- Nov. 23—J. B. Erpelding, closing out sale. Ten miles south and one east of Algona. Vassarefrtes that teach your figure v-nu, 0 ^VIIH US and we will try to find what you want. OUR BUSINESS IS TO BRING SELLER AND BUYER TOGETHER; also to help finance the purchase of farms for new owners. _ H . D. Hutchins, Over Barry's." Algona. G&S FARM FOR SALE - 157 ACRES, Webster silty clay loam; one of the choicest in Kossuth county full set of farm buildings, close to market, church and school, Corwith; on good gravel road, needs only little more drainage; in high state of fertility; already well financed with "government loans- transferable to purchaser. Illinois owners want to settle among selves and will sell for $125.00 per acre See H. D. Hutchins, ry's," Algona. "Over Bar 6&S NOTICE TO SURRENDER REGISTERED MILK BOTTLES To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the use by anyone other than the Algona Cooperative Creamery, of the registered milk bottles belonging to said Company, is illegal, and anyone now having possession of any milk or cream bottles bearing the registered trademark of the Al- ;ona Cooperative Creamery Company is hereby directed to surrender said bottles to the Creamery at once. Dated thte 26th day of October, ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY. By M. P. Christiansen. Secretary. 7-8 Sale Dates Nov. 18—Geo. L. Gray, % mile east, % mile north of Burt. Nov. 17—Van A. Hansen general 'arm sale, 5 miles south, 1 mile vest of Titonka. Nov. 22—Mrs. Charles Larson, 3urt, 6 miles east and one south 3urt, closing out of stock and arm machinery. THE NUT FARM $4.50 CHRISTENSEN BROS, CO, Shoe Department NOTICE We will discontinue giving Green Stamps i After November 15th They will be given between now and ih en on all Mr I chases or payment on accounts, but not after NowJ ber 15th. " * Moe & Sjogren GROCERIES—MEATS Algona, Iowa FOOTWEAR Colwell's Live Stock AUCTION Friday, November It 1:30 P.M. Fair Grounds, Algona Sale Every Friday Now that the corn-picking is nearing completion and the sale season coming rapidly into its own we expect to and will have some good stiles, more stock to sell, and more huyers tobuy. For this sale we will have our usual run, cattle, etc. In -addition to our local stock there lias been consigned and are now here 23 head of western steers, and 23 head of white face calves, good ones. Remember, sell either by tie head or by weight as owner desires. . M. Col well. Mgr. COL WELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Phone! • Your figure looks fashionable and natural in a Vassarette! We advocate the Vassarette Girdle and the Pantie-Girdle sketched as the best possible basis for your winter wardrobe and price each at a modest... $5 Vassareffe Bandeaux, $2 CHRISTENSEN BROS, CO, |llill!(!!l!!!;il!l!lll!!!il!l||ilil!IIJi!||||M^ 1 PUBLIC SALE ill hold a closing out sale on the farm les south "and 1 mile east of Bancroft F1 ° rida Thursday, November 18, 1937 H Sale to Start at 10 O'clock AHHouschold Goods to be Sold Before Noo» i ~ The Ladies' Aid of Burt M. E. Church will serve lunch. | 29-HEAD OF CATTLE-29 H Seven good Holstein cows, mostly =5 fresh by sale date or soon after. (These g are choice cows I have selected from == my herd for several years). Two white S face heifers, coming 2 yrs. old, will be 3 fresh soon after sale; 9 steers coming S f yrs. old, on feed for about 8 weeks- S H yearling calves, Black Angus, 5 S heilers and 6 steers. 77-HAMPSHIRE HOGS^j 20 gilts, good quajity and breeding, | 5 purebred Poland China yearling: sows; 1 purebred .spring HampBW»j boar; 20 fall pigs; balance good feed- • ing shoats. ^ 4-HEAD OF HORSES-4 Team bay mares, 10 and 15 yrs. 010, i wt. 3200; gray mare in foal, 13 ?"" old, wt. 1500; bay gelding 3 yrs. oio, wt.,1500. one — steel harrow and .„,, 5= machine; Rock Island =5 Pinter, 140 rods of •== and hay rack; FARM MACHINERY, ETC, °° d shape: new McCormick-Dee-ring hay loader, ' l-section McCormick-Deeriug in«"J i_ ., j W..MT. Mnline com rake; hay stacker and buck; Mollne** wagons with triple boxes; truct W»B shop tools, large vise ' sa articles not mentioned. new i-ijoie corn snener; uy «««•! wire stretcher, grind stone, and many HOUSEHOLD GOODS 8-ft. diuing table/ 6 dining chairs, ' *-'•'- ' Vine, 2 dressers, heating stove, = COL, • «qfc *v»* i/vw-o v* •••-• It RMS—Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. GRAY, Prop. „„ S4T1SOS BANK, <** 'I f

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