Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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t»AGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA TUESDAY Wesley Hunters Open War on Foxes TWO FOXES ARE SHOT & KILLED IN FIRST HUNT Wesley, Dec.6 —Thirty to fifty men have banded together here to go from time to time to farms near Wesley on fox hunts. The first hunt was held on Thanksgiving day, when two foxes were shot one each by L, A. Ternes and Kenneth Donovan. A similar hunt was held Sunday, but no foxes were found. Similar hunts are taking place about the county, and it is expected that by spring the fox population will have been considerably reduced. Foxes are blamed for the destruction of pheasants. N«sivulds Home from Tour— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ncswald returned recently from a several -weeks motor tour in Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. They visited with Mrs. Nes\vald's sister and the latter's husband. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Buresh, at Woston, Neb., and at her brother Joseph Malecek's, Lincoln. The Nes\valds and Mrs. Anton Malecek spent a day lasl. week at Leo Msilccek's here, and others there in the evening were James Kofron and Beatrice Malecek, Britt. Attend .Ueofiug.s at JJritt— Many local members and friends of the Congregational church motored to Britt four night last week to attend evening services ;u the Evangelical Free church, whore he Rev. Mr. Bragg, Albert City, •was giving special sermons. The Rev. Mr. Bragg, with the Rev. 0. Johnson, Brilt, spent Thursday in and about Wesley, visiting friends, and for dinner were guests at Ole Flora's. Titonkitius Seek XIMV IJonie Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gercies, with their two daughters, drove to Titonka Saturday for a few hours with Mr. Gercies' brother Henry and the latter's family, who were leaving by trailor for California. The four younger children went whii the parents, and .Mr. and Mrs. Gerdes plan their homo somewhere in the West. Oirls Tosf But Hoys Win— The Wesley basketball loams Tiiulored to LeLand Friday niglil, and Ihp girls lost, but Ibo boys won. The Convith tennis are dated bore for a postponed same this week Monday night. Tuesday night the Whittomore girls play hero, and Thursday night Vernon (.'enter is to play here. !{(«(! Pross Gets sji,"ifi.OO— A total of $5fi.fio was secured by members of tlie Study club in the annual Red Cross roll call drive for memberships. Of this sum $•!:! was fur niemhp.rships, ?i:i.dO in donations. Half of the proppods was sent on to the pounly chairman, the othpr half remaining here for local needs. l Fidelia Kunz, Madison, Wls., was also there, and all went back to Madison for a day with Mrs. Ruth Kunz. Wesley's Streets Decorated— Wesley's streets are taking on the festive Christinas look, as Marshall Frank Welltk and his workmen string lights along the main boulevard and the sidewalks. At intervals five to six feet trees have been set up, which are additional decoration this year. Gas Station is Moved— The Skclly gas station, owned and operated by J. F. Lorenz, has boon moved from west of his home to southwest of the house, and is now situated on the now No. 18 to Britt Intend of the. old No. 18 going north. Plirist.mns I'roprain Plnnned— A program of recitations, songs, and other entertainment is planned for Christmas night at tho Congregational church. Mrs. Carl Pearson, Mrs. Lester Larson, and Mrs. Silas Skow are the committee in charge. Pliristmns Seiil Drive On— Dr. L. L. Pfcffer, local chairman in tile annual Christmas seal drive, has mailed out the envelopes of stamps, and up to late last week the response had been good. The drive, continues till Christmas. .Mrs. Knin Has 0 pern lion— Mr. and Mrs. Edw. llildman spent Friday at the Kossuth hospital, where their daughter, Mrs. Robert Kain, that morning had a major operation. Studcr Home from .Rochester— Alf Stncler who had spent the greater part of two weeks at Rochester, returned Friday, but ex- poets to go back later for treatment. Hard on the 1'reaclier— An angle in the loss of the Rev. Mr. Bottom's car (fire reported elsewhere) was that he was planning to trade it for another car. P. I>. A. to Entertain Guests— This week AVednesday night has been set aside as Guest Night by the local C. D. of A.'s. Each"member is to take a guest to the meeting. neltooers Off for Const.— Mr. and Mrs. Claus DeBoer left Sunday for California to visit a married daughter, Anna, till after the holidays. Kim/cx Meet in Phinisro — Mrs. Julius Kunz and her daughters June Adele and Mary Adine wont to Chicago on the Sioux Friday night to join Mr. Kunz for an over the week-end vacation there.. Other Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch, son Mike Jr.. Mr. and Mr.s. Dennis Wagner, and the Wagner son Dennis Jr. wore Wednesday evening visitors at Mrs. .1. T. Mcurer's. They came especially to see Mrs. Mourer's father, Peter Brass, who is confined to bed at tho Meuror home. The Kisches, Wagners, and Brasses are related. Mrs. Jos. Meuer, \Vhittemorc, and her son Lucian wore guests of the local Meurers \Vednesday noon. J. T. is another son of Mrs. Jos. Meurer. Supt. K. D. Ravlin. Mrs. Myrtle Mullin, Mrs. Alfred Krdman, nnd .Mrs. A. M. Lease attended a dis- irict P. T. A. meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. The Wesley group is the baby P. T. A. in 1 he district, hnving been organised in October. No meeting here is plan- LU VERNE PARAGRAPHS Two of the local woman's missionary societies met last week, the Presbyterian women with Mrs. William Rarnus Tuesday evening, Mrs. Lee Lichty leading on The Southern Mountaineer, and the Methodist home missionary women Thursday with Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Josephine Smith leading devotions. Mrs. John Brink reviewed a chapter from the textbook; Mrs. Flora Hancy read an article from the missionary magazine; and Mrs. Herbert Smith explained a method of presenting peace as a subject for children. The Evangelical society was to have met Thursday, but the meeting was postponed a week on account of the John Blumer funeral. The Presbyterian Aid will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. E. K. Hancock, the pastor's wife, at the manso. Most local stores now close at G p. m. Wednesday evenings. Eleanora French, Mason City, spent last week with her father, Ehvood French, and other local relatives. Ruth Ann Marty, Algona, spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Godfrey Wednesday at Fort Dodge. She has been named Patricia Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey also have two sons and one other daughter. Florence Ramus is visiting her sister, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, near Racine, Wis. The Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt, Garner, were guests at Peter Thompson's last week Tuesday. The Henry Harms family, of Farmingdalc, 111., were guests at the Rev. L. Wiltenburg's from last week Tuesday till Friday. Mrs. Harms and Mrs. Wittonburg are sisters. The visitors were accompanied by a Mrs. Daughtenhalm, wife of the Lutheran pastor at Farmingdale. Tho H. D. Ristau young people entertained at a meeting of the Y. P. S. at the Lutheran church Thursday evening. Teacher Koch road a paper on schools of higher education for Christian young people. It was decided to hold the annual election of officers at ned for December. The next meeting falls on January. 17. Mr.s. Robert Welter will entertain the Legion Auxiliary this week Wednesday, with Mr.s. Alfred Erdman and Mrs. J. P. Studor as co- hostesses. A radio program from WOI will be a feature of the afternoon, which will be devoted to sewing carpet rags for disabled veterans at the Knoxville hospital. The Tillio Loebig family has moved from the Metz residence to the Hanig house which Mrs. Loebig purchased a fortnight ago, and tho Oliver Youngs have moved into Gail Stockwell's house which they bought recently. Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Bornholdt are parents of a. daughter, born Friday. Mrs. Bornholdt is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Klein. Some of the children at John Mullin's had "three-day measles" last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tjaden are parents of a boy, born Wednesday. a Christmas party December 21. Mrs. Charles Hlntz was elected president of the Lutheran Aid at a meeting Thursday. Mrs. William Noeding will he vice president; Mrs. Charles Wolf, secretary; Mrs. Fred Schneider, treasurer. Mrs. Paul Phillips is birthday traesur- er. The hostess was Mrs. H. D. Ristau. I The soil conservation committee In Sherman township has commenced the 1938 preliminary soil program. Each field in every farm In the township will be tested for degree of erosoin, inherent and present productivity, and slope. Lawrence Borman is chairman; John Brink, vice chairman; Kasper Kohlhaas, committeeman; John Gies, checker; Jos. Kecne, alternate. The high school boys' and girls' basketball teams both won from WhiUemoVe in games last week Tuesday evening. The boys' score was 30-22; the girls' score, 43-21. This was the first time the Lu Verne girls had defeated Whitto- more.- Music was the theme of a J. J. club program at Mrs. Archie S.an- ford's Friday afternoon. Seventeen members answered roll call. A duet was sung by Mrs. Harry Lichty and Mrs. Carl Goetsch; a selo by Mrs. John Jackson; and selections by a quartet—Mesdames Harold Sorensen, Harry Lichty, Duano Neal, and William Hefti. All numbers were accompanied by Mrs. Edward Dehnert. Kathleen Sanford played a piano solo, and a music game was played. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at Mrs. Arthur Riley's on December 17. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR TAX DEKD KOSSUTH COUNTY CERTIFICATE NO. 1235 To E. V. Swotting, Ills heirs and assigns: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 7th day of December, 1936, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and State of [own, to-wlt: Lot three (3) in block one hundred eighty-one (181), Call's addition to the City of Algona. was sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth County for taxes due and delinquent to Homer Anderson, who is now the lawful owner and holder of said Certificate of Purchase. That the right of redemption will expire and n deed for said real estate will be made by the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, unless redemption therefrom bo made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 19th day of November, HOMER ANDERSON, Owner and holder of Certlfl- j 10-12 cato of Purchime. checks COLDS and FEVER first day Liquid, Tablets Kcnrtnche, 80 Snlve. Nose Drops minutes Try "Knli-My-Tlsin"'— World's Best Liniment 666 POULTRY PROFITS Poultry that li in poor condition or affected with Worm*, tieo and MUM cannot bo profitable. Baby chicks also BMd proper care. Dr.LeGear's POULTRY REMEDIES •will nircly aid you ,to mako Digger Poultry Proflts. Dr. LcQenr'a Poultry Prescription, MIneral-Izod, Poultry "Worm Powder, and Nicotine Kamala Pills (for chlcka and adult fowls) Chick Tablets, Dip and DUInfoctant and lload Lice Ointment—will prove to bo profit makers for you. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back < E. W. LUSBY, ALCONA GAMBLE'S I MAYBE IT'S YOUR FEET Very frequently doctors find that body pains are caused by weak or fallen arches and other foot troubles. If such is the case we can show you how the proper Dr. Scholl FOOT COMFORT Appliance or Remedy will relieve your foot troubles. Come in for free Pedo-graph imprint of ! your stockinged feet. BROW NELL SHOE GO, USE GAMBLE'S LAY BY PLAN Do your Christmas shopping now while stocks are complete and there is a wide selection to choose from. With Gamble's Lay By Plan you can select what you want, make a 10% down payment and we will be glad to hold your purchases until December 18 at which time the balance can be paid. This convenient plan assures you of the gifts you want when you want them. and c«e Comply*' Special. A $1.00 Value Baby Grand Piano A miniature toy piano that plays real chime music. Has 10 keys, clear bell- like tones. SPARKLING ARMY TANK Climbs up steep inclines and over obstacles. Guns shoot harmless sparks. Has hook at rear for pulling extra loads. Strong mechanical motor. Special Give Furniture ! Furniture gives Christmas cheer to the home, and every member of the family can enjoy it — A Living Room, Dining Room or Bedroom Suite Cedar Chests, Desks, Floor or Table Lamps, Occasional and Lounging Chairs, Pictures, Mirrors, Luggage, Occasional and End Tables, Card Tables. FURNITURE THE GIFT THAT LASTS FOOTPRINT OF SERVE DIAL TYPEWRITER An instructive toy that children like. Has 40 steel type characters. Takes regular size letter M paper. Is self inking. f£i A Special .Value at Less Ilzaj) Searchlight Air Port A miniature air port complete »il I -„_._, _ _ r jcd plane, 1 pursuit ptetJ and 1 transport plane. Has eteo J -- tmngcrs, 1 speed k trie swivel searchlight and e!ec- 1 trie radio signal click. •**» j. | i, I i j i : Take advantage of our December Special Discount 1 R'S ^H^V ^B^ ^HBi^^ FURNITURE CO, BARNYARD SPECIAL Complete Stock Farm Set; 52.50 Value A thrilling set for young farmers. Includes a barn 11 assorted cardboard farm animals, 10 rubber animals, 9 sections of fence, plus a rubber model .,„_,»_ n, ,__,___ ,_ ng _ g arn stanl]3 laMl This is a reproduction of a picture taken in sub-zero temperature the morning after a severe snow storm showing footprints of a telephone operator leading to the telephone office. They are mute evidence of the "spirit of service" that is back of your telephone. Blocked streets and highways seldom keep telephone employees from the job. If at all possible, they are at work ready to do their pan in providing your telephone service. The management of this Company greatly appreciates the fine "spirit of service" shown by employees and we feel sure that our customers do, also. Because of it, the Company is able to serve you much better than otherwise would be possible. Employee devotion to the job of providing telephone service is essential to the carrying out of our policy to provide the best service at the lowest practicable charges. As a part of this policy, it is our obligation to employees to pay wages that are in all respects fair and just; to provide safe and agreeable working conditions, and to deal fairly with each individual and group. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY A $1.50 VALUE "Wet-Urns" Dolf DOLL HOUSE Complete With 29 Pieces of Furniture A beautiful, large 4-room house. Complttf till windows. Rear section ii removable, pimltiil easy access to rooms. Comes with complete IB of miniature furniture for each rOMMltJJ room, bedroom, kitchen and bath. An outstanding value that will bring lots of fun to an; child. Complete Set.... Boap Metal Tapping Set t U r -r—-o-i vutu *uaii BimU tray, bar of soap, hot water bottle, and nursing bottle. Only An instructive set for tapping designs and pictures in metal. A Special Value At 89' 18-Inch Baby Doll A large doll dressed in pink organdie trimmed in blue. Has white cotton booties. An excellent value at this price. Special LARGE MAMA DOLL Has soft body and voice. Beautifully dressed. A high quality doll. Special RUBBER DOLL A natural ."V shaped, flesh ' / V \colored, rubber 5 I doll with mov- •»• ,.»/ able arms, head •' and bent legs. Each 39 . SPARKLIHQ "G" MAN MACHINE SUN A Very Popular Toy Press the trigger and» makes noise like a BJ- chine gun. Throws spuo | from front of barrel. A J1.00 VALUE ,69* Sparkling Mechanical Freight Train A strong wind-up train of the Commodore Vanderbilt design Has brakes ondshoota » £,"^ le ?f sparks from smoke stack. Com\ plete with engine, tender, tank car, cab \ 8 sections of curved track and •V sections of straight track. A $1.00 Value STREAMLINE COUPE WITH TOURIST TRAILER A brand new Uwn. Includes It-inch wind-up Coupe and 8-inch trailer. Has extra long running, powerful motor. Attractively enameled. ™^ MAZDA Noma 8-Bulb Tree Complete O <• Aerial Hook and Ladder Truck A 51.00 VALUE ' fire uck lh Special 8 Bulb •free Light Se that children enjoy. Each CHILD'S LAUNDRY SET including tub, .winger, wash board, basket, clothes pins uidreel. Complete. MECHANICAL AEROPLANE • Streamline trans- Sewing MachlM Actually iew , dolls' tt 98* CompUU Witt cups, sauceri, ipoons and napkins.. port design. ped witiT stro sron spiral spring A A A motor ____ M«f T Child's Housecleanlng Set A miniature set of housecleaning items. Complete 98* Toy Fort And Soldier Set Complete with rn'^Yc'hTn'e &u....'L78 DIONNE QUINTS CUT OUT DOLLS Over 100 pieces to be cut out. Include dresses, coats, hats shoes, etc. *% ft £ Complete. 419 Model Builder Tool Set A complete set o: American Boy Carpenter Set 2Jc ,, Genuine LLOYD LOOM DOLLCARHIAGE Sturdily I' construct- $4 4 A ed.Eacb..*j,Z9 Doll Cradle 98c m &£ JUNIOR TINKER TOY An old favorite wood construction wt-CompL . Regular Tinker 63c Assorted Books And Games Each Assortment of popular children's classics. net Each 28* ERECTOR SET One of the most popular children's building gets. A large assortment of metal parts, f - ' Complete 1 CEOAR CHEST New atyle with Curved Top... .Me Miniature Cedar Chest.......... Itc Cedar Chest with Stationery].....4*> KLIK BALL (SAME Fascinating for children and growa- uos. A game , skill 99 A toy that alt children enjoy. Bach 98* Musical Top. ..W« OUpIUu W WB witw favorite Croaulnole. Complete with In- ertrucllani for -'--- UjgWdil- \ fereat games 1 gjjP sil CLOWN target, Pistol, rubber tipped darts. ••• 25C Two-Ia-One Target Came. Compl" Gift WWPIMTIMM' Assorted co - f A? or s. Per RoU.-ftV Tag.TeaUnd Card Complete ¥ 2f ! neatW '* feel... ;••;,; Coot} ' w ••* GAMBLE STORES THE FRIEN DIY S T O out s OWNID fcJY t/nl BUD lUBNARD, at Britt Mi fiuMfc Tpffi ^wif-sp^ W!H!^ 8SB5^5B«wpR

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