Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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£•— -•• • IRE CITY .AYS ALGONA HERETONIGHT Seconds to Open the Scrap, With Firsts Following. on the local floor igh t nisht the locals arrangement is something n ew o'giveTh" 00 ' and th ° "™< to feive the younger boys experience in real games. Close Game Expected. Gilmore City will have the same line-up as ] Mt year's, wl.i.h a tight same, 2G-25, from COAST BOY WANTS GRAN'DAD TO SEND HIM UNIQUE GIFT J. A. Freeh was amused yesterday to receive a letter from his grandson, Jack Clark, 13, Marshfield, Ore., with the request for a unique Christmas gift-<i bushel of snow! Prior to last spring the boy, who is the son of Mr and Mrs. H. R. Clark, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark here, lived at International Falls, Minn., where he was accustomed to lots of snow for nearly six months in the year. Jack's father, a U. S. customs inspector, was transferred to Marshfield, which is on the boundary line between Canada and the United States and is situated on a bay which opens into the Pacific ocean. They never have snow there, but in winter there is a great deal of rain, and the boy misses the winter sports which he enjoyed at International Falls, where, he often went hunting and fishing with Indians. $12,000 for State Booze in Novembe (mmr AP^ANCM. ALQOMA. torn A l gona llquor store 'e re- S78461K »° r November totaled ?7,846.15 In October. The new ifn 6 , 'If* recelpts ^ in October and $4,749.29 The ber receipts totaled $996,776.57 ight Schools in Dramatic Festival Four, Algona high school boys wl P ' a V f Men FI W« Cards Women Do, at a one-act play estival ftt Clarion Wednesday Members of the cast were Jack ng, Richad Norton> £ Ic Jack hfnin. « T 6 ? 3 " Black < Davld hillips directed. Towns repre- FIFTY OUT TO HUNT THE FOX, AND ONE SHOT Two Other Foxes are Seen, But are Not Shot Down. The Algonians were defeated by was the best same lie had seen m two years. The lociK )i«rt Ti1i-»r» *,. e i «-•"*-. JULt.ll fa -llflll were ° ances to sc °re, but »m i<vDie to hit the huskot aiirce 6-footer.s on the Webster City team prevented close shots. Fivo in Wrestling S<,,iad. team includes Or- Ne,™ Aeilson, <) 5 pounds; Hubert Deal 105 pound*; Henry Geilenfeld 115 Pounds; and Robert Deal, 325 Ibs An exhibition match between W old Banwart and Robert Conklin will be given. tJ? e *' r . e , stlors I"* to Paton, there Friday. 28-lfi. but Neiison Geilenfeld and Bakkon won. their falls for f, vc points each They were the only experienced men out of 11 from here. Coach C. E Ride- reports 25 boys out for the, Boy's Arm Bruised in Family Wringer Darrell, 3-year-old eon of Mr and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, is nursing a severely bruised arm which was caught in the wringer of a washing machine last week Tuesday morning. The rubber rollers <lrew m his left hand and the rest of the firm all the way to the shoulder. Heavy rubber on the rollers prevented broken bones He has .suffered no ill effects aside from soreness of muscles. Plays Quint Guard at Edge's College Mitchell, S. D., Dec. C — Orval Hanegan, freshman at Dakota Wesleyan university here of which Dr. Jos. H. Edge, former Algona Methodist pastor, is president is a member of the basketball squad. Mr. Hanegan, who weighs 179 pounds and i.s a feet 10 inches tall plays guard. This is his first year on the squad. The first game of the season was played at Aberdeen December ?,, St. Cecelia Boys Lose to Dodgers and Brickmakers The. Fort Dodge cagers defeated St. Cecelia boys' Thursday evening JM-18, «t Port Dodge. Gilbride was nigh for the locals, scoring seven points; Nelson next, with six points. The locals lost again Sunday, this time to Mason City St. Joseph's boys, 31-20. Bcstenlchner was high local man, with six points. The St. Cecelia's girls won from the Mason City girls the same afternoon in a close game, i-O-lS. Eileen Aman was local hi»h point girl. The girls will play the Grant high school girls here tonight (Tuesday) at 7:30, and immediately afterward the boys will play the Whittemore parochial team. . Algona, ion, Hampton, Eagle Grove stcr City, and Clear Lake. ' MAX MILLER jr. i s one of the musicians in The Messiah, given int^ : Venion students. He is a mitist in an orchestra. More than 50 Algonlans took part n a second fox hunt conducted by he Algona unit of the county Conservation League Sunday. They :ot one fox and saw two more. The one fox was bagged by Walter Roberts, manager of Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. farms in this locality, and it was killed on one of the company's farms a mile and a half southwest of the county farm, west of Algona. Sunday's snowstorm handicapped the hunters, for it made traveling across fields difficult; but the day was warmer than the Sunday before, when a bitter cold wind chtlled the hunters. The group raised nearly 10 pheasants, The foxes were foun In the open country. Driver Thronghont State* Reports In a state conservation bulletin from over tha state Indicate that sportsmen have started out In earnest to bring the fox under con trol. Kossuth leads in the mim ber killed in the last year. More than 600 were killed, of which number 260 were adults. Some 100 fox pups were sold to game breeders. More than ten fox liunta have )een held In Kossuth since November 15, and more than 20 foxes lave been killed. The state report shows that approximately 50 foxes, altogether, Including foxes shot irlvately as well as In organized mnts, have been killed but only 2 had been turned In for bounty ip to the time- the report was pre- ared. The bounty is a dollar. Algonlan's Brother Sick. Justice J. M. Parsons, of the Iowa upreme court, is critically sick in Dos Moincs hospital. He is 70 nd his health has for two years e'en falling. He is a brother of Irs. J. M. Moore here, and she re irned Wednesday from a weel icre. FOBTY-SIK NEW CARS ON MOTH'S ROADS Twenty new automobiles have been sold in Kossuth to bring the total for December to 46. Purchasing the new cars were: Fords—W. P. French, Wm. May- ef, M. If. tfftlitenhalner, Algona; E N. Maahs, Whlttemore; Kalph Larson* Arms^ne; Lewis Hoifnor Tltonka. ' Chovroletfl—Matt Baumgartner Corwlth; Fred Habegar, Bancroft •' John Kohlhaas, Algona; Henrv Hauptley, Wesley; Mlko Welch .. Ledyard; Mrs. E. B. Kohnke, Ban-' croft. >,, TO" FOUND-2 HEIFERS. - HERMAN necker, Irvington. Phone 14F5. ' Mrs. Dau Surgical Patient at Nevada Union township, Dec. 13—Mrs Herman Dau had an operation for obstruction at the Nevada hospital Friday morning. She had been there a week or so for treatment, and her husband was with her. Mrs. Bob Brayton, the former Doris White, Mrs. Wm. Seipman the former Leila White, and Mrs! Claude Haine, the former Dolly White, went to Nevada Thursday to be with their mother till after the operation. Latest reports were that Mrs. Dau was recovering. FOR SALE—DUROC BOARS FOR sale.-P. M. Christensen, Lone !l^H iQuiotf WANTED-PUREBRED POLAND China male hog.—Herman Carl'"' Wes'ey. la. i 0u i3 PIANOS — NEW AND SECOND^ i)h hand 6 at bargain.-C, S. Kuhn, Jr SALE —STACKED TIMOTHY wi^' ~ ^ Vi lmer Wichtendahl, Whittemore, Route 2. 10pl3-15 •LOOR "SANDING, FINISHING^ best equipped.—Cowan Buildin" Supply Co., phone 275. close to Burt. Federal loan now on farm. Must be sold before January 1. Possession March l A ''??' I lome> P r 'ced to sell.—McDonald fc Co., Algona, la. WANTED — HATCHING EGGS from standard bred flocks which can pass blood test for Pullorum and our flock inspection. Will pay good premium for quality. Must be delivered weekly to Algona.—Swift * Co - 32U13-14 Address Box 400, giving address and phone number. 43pl3 FOR SALE—YEARLING register^ Spotted Poland China boar —Lawrence Hansen, Wesley. l]pi3 FARM LOANS—APPROVED without expense. Low rates.—Write \v. L. Irelan, Algona, Iowa. p!2-13 Alyoniaii Will Speak. The Rev. L. A. Miller, of Spirit Lake, preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. John Jordan, Algona, will occupy the pulpit next Sunday morning, and the Baptist Young People's Union will have charge of an evening service. TlfAX 200 attended an , annual county banquet for boys ;nml girls in 4-H clubs at the Burt H. S. gymnasium last week Monday evening. Burt mothers served the meal, and the Portland Peppy FOR SALE—THREE GOOD MILK I cows, fresh in three months; black pair of mares and colt.—H C._Snyger. Titonka. I!)pl3-14 FOR SALE—2-20 FARMALL trac- tn r, and cultivator. Cultivator tnis year.—Robert Ward Al^Phone 2F32. 16pl2-13 FOR~SALE—LIGHT PLATFORM truck, good running condition See Thorpe Wood and Iron Works. _ 14pll-12-13 SA cT~ C ,^ ClTLAR OR CR OSS- cut, and hand saws, gummed, fil- Works Set — Thor P e Wood & Iron FOR SALE - SMALL WELLINC~ ton piano in good condition reasonable.-John Lenihan u mile southjSeneea. '~ 15))13 FOUND—3 HEAD OF CATTLE 2 white, l Hereford. Owner may lirTf, them by Pacing expenses. — William Geilenfeld. FOR SALE CHEAP-ONE Standard Approved oil-burner com- Plete with tank and equipment. Also one 1032 dual wheel Chevro- £t truck with brand new box. Reasonable terms.—Phone 55 or see Western Credit Company. 33utf TO RSALE-20 SHROPSHIRE and Hampshire rams; also Oxford Dorset and Southdowns, the good rugged farmer rams; Poland China Duroc Jersey and Berkshire spring boars, 2 yearling Poland Chin! boars the easy feeding kind; also It,?d ™ a f d Angus b «»s.-Ben Studer, Wesley. 43u7tf FAlOf IIAJfl) Honest, industrious man to handle feed route. Chance for permanent, year 'round job that should pay about $75 a month at start and more later. Local manager will train you. Car necessary. Address Sales Manager, Box 5G97, care of thia paper. Name Address MANAGER WANTED - National firm, 40 years in business. Man to take charge of established business; $330 cash to handle managing interest. Write at once for personal interview. Secured by stock and fixtures in your possession — PLEASE LEAVE YOUB ORDERS EARLY —for— Ducks, Geese Turkey LONG'S Any car owner would perf er a improve his car There are so many useful gifts that make a car fortable, safer, and easier to drive! Select a gift from the many suggestions here. car Heaters Arvin and Premier Hot Water Heaters $5.00 up ** i! * c 'SW3*«!SWSrq!^^ Tires Glass and fan defrosters. Every driver needs one. General and Gillette The lowest price in town. Drive-in service on purchase of tires, batteries, radiators, and heaters, glass, etc. Original equipment01 a)l 0- M. cars ' $24.00 We carry the largest I stock of tire chains and j emergency chains for! cars, trucks, tractors, A complete stock of inifo supplies for your convenience. Junior Chamber to Elect. The Junior Chamber of C< house 'wiUf ° PGn house tt ,ii follow the election. J. A laggard is president; Victor ' Speaker. O. S. Reiley, secretary of the •Chamber of Commerce was at RmKsted Friday evening and addressed the Community club there ty club president, was toastmis- ] tress. Music was furnished by the Feriton Forwards, and talks were given by Mrs. R. S. McWhor- tiller, Titonka, and Whittemore. Skits by the Burt and , and the Bancroft j Pals gave folk games. Wallace : Johnson, Eagle township, was I awarded a yearly honor medal. , and Elizabeth May Inmau, Green- j wood, had the best memory book. j J. I). LOWE, Algona attorney, ! was reelected president of the i Iowa Wild Life federation at a i state meeting Wednesday at DCS i Moines. the meeting cs-ai-.rnerhK MRS. »--'•' M'\J Jl,.l 1,1 IK- St. Benedict, was recently bitten on the arm by the family dog, and the wound became infected Superior Block COAL t A 'n'7~ ~ PU REBRED SPOT- ted Poland China boars, cholera Immune, new bloodlines for old customers, 3 miles northwest. Whir- tomore.--.Mlke Biggins. 2 lpl2is FOR~ilLE-BULL CALVES, R^B and roan, 1 to 14 months of age Milking Shorthorn stock, modest Prices. Inspection invited Telephone 4-18, A. A. Kadlng, Fenton. _. 2Dpl2-13 HIGHLY IMPROVED 80, GOOD noil, near school, low taxes, EVERYONE LIKES A TYPEWRITER CO RON 1938 PflCEMflKER CARRYING CASE AND INSTRUCTION I. G. DEWEL at the Advance Office WILL PLEASE YOU High in Heat and Low In Ash CALL 229 for prompt and careful delivery of quality Coals. F. S. Norton & Son LUMBER AND COAL GIVE Furniture Kossuth's Finest Electric Appliance More Invites You to Choose Your CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM THE URGES! SELECTION OF Electrical Appliances TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE IN THIS SECTION MAY WE SUGGEST 1 £ A Gift That Lasts! And one that every member of the family can enjoy, Take advantage of our December Specials. Foster Furniture Co Westinghouse Refrigerators ' Washers Electric Irons , Roasters Quality Floor and Table Lamps Electric Coffee Makers FOOD MIXERS BAFFLE MAKERS TELECHRON CLOCKS !*ss \ To Remind You That New Light Fixtures I From our stock of new styles 1 and new designs, would thrill ; the heart of any housewife as a Christmas surprise. LET US SHOW THEM TO j YOU TODAY Pratt Electric Co. Algona, Iowa Phone 109

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