Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1937 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 29, 1937
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LCANIZE Cut Tires PER SERTICE Phone 30. 1937. quartet — Mr. Hcelland, Jerry Jkena, and Ocorun and Ted Wul- ontino—sang Bovcral numbers. Sam'l Warlmrtnns on Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Warburlon eft last week Tuesday morning pay top . prices for i pur. Season is , open on all fur ing animals, except ver and Otter. OE GREENBERG Phone 118. KOSaUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. At/tOMA- IOWA KLAMF', Ftold Ileprcsenfiitlve eacli boy one. Mm. untry from and she a neutral country, arc peaceful. Sho TWO LAKOTANS ARE NAMED TO F, B, OFFICES Lakola, Doc. 28 — Messrs. mid Mcsdamcs Charles KRgorUs, Jerry Heetlfind, Jerry Ukena, J. K. Tel- camp, C. 0. 1'ot.oraoii, .1. II liol- oomb, the Rev. 0. If. Frerhin K , son Norman, Mrs. J. II. Wat-burton, mid Gcorgo and Tod Wallcnlinni wore amoiiR persons from Uii.s vi- a nit-load of steers. own and farm acres, have {ill-modern buildings, and keep thorn in fine condition. county Farm Bureau mooting. Mrs. letland, who was rec-lootod county ha'lrman of tho women's iiroiert, ,nd George Wallentinc, who 'was '" I ' ( ' rl >»i'Kcr, nort beast of ilectod trenmirer, are residents of ! . K y ' "" ()1(1 Na '", wlls feeding S. Kramer, southeast of Irving- fidyard township. The Lodyard ° Mlf:k( -" s wlu; » we called last, we* '"". was pumping well water Into Monday. He IK a good farmer. In llis cistern at the house when we llio winter lie likes a little sport, sf 'W him Friday. The cistern had no ho is one ot the players on tho « one dry. Water-softening ehorn- Wcsley tram which bowls in tho ical s are put into tho water, and Algona league. they make the -water as good as ,., ... * * * * rainwater for dishwashing/otc. Mr. ..... - ..... —- .-..^ „.„,,.,„*, j "' iy Wagner southeast of Sex- Kramer built a new barn last seas- Aa. automobile for Illinois, where,, 1 "' °°' ls . ' loc up itl cino on ' and he remarked that it seamed hey -were to spend a few days vis-: po ' ° house. When you a fine investment now, when it is ting Mr. Warburton's cousin ' ?0 j nto tho llnmo you wnultl think so cold. He is milking 12 cows. Tarry Warburton, then go to Chi- 1 . 10 h . fts t l houfioliccpor, but not so, . * * * cago for Christmas with their son. or ho ls {l '''"cholor. Tony now , n , Koith Strayor, who lives on the William. If weather and road con-! 11 ™ a " lnil muto Kni " K > lnst his rhom , ps ° n , farm . west of Galbraith, ' ditlons are favorable they nlan t 0 " , , l|)Ul( '°' '•'"' rmltc having boon ex- was hanking up his water tank drive thence to Bamboo, Wi.s., and lc "'l o1 out " f WpKl( ^- Formerly ho ' lay. He believes in keeping the may also go to Atnerv Wis to !;()l hls mail nl Sexton. water fit for cattle to drink. Keitn visit other rcHtivcT I * * * * said It seemed rather strange at visit otnoi i dative*. ]/fulis (!()0l7t wh() mtm , d mUo h , s fh . st) wh(jn h(j movcd ^ thii , bfann( Lutheran Aid is Hostess— nwn ranu l!lst s I )rin K. livos north- for that part of the county is low The Lutheran Aid 'entertained'"'™ 1 - ° r W(:slc y in Hancock county, and flat, but he said ho likes the the Presbyterian and Methodist Mr ' !Uld , M1I ' K ' Goct>! havo a £inc " ei S"b°rhood and that this is the women, besides their own church " inl ° !ul(1 llko thcir now neighbor- best land he has ever farmed. women, at the church last week. * * » * Tuesday afternoon. A program, Axel M. Carlson, north ot Wes^, was given: singing of carols by loy was nt lhc h (for } Q f I rv inffton. Dies the group; reading by Nad.ne ^ wopk Tuca(lay . As a rule he ' irvingum, LJIGS Hans; song; play, Christmas Giv-, ls ollt (loinl? chores whcn wo call _ Irvlngton Doc . 27—Mrs. William Ing, put on by five women; carols. Tnorn aro s|x , ))nyR am , ono , rl ,„ Blndtfwald New Rlcnland M , Lunch concluded the entertain-| this fiimllyi and tho older boys formerly Irvington, writes that her August Will, Once ment To Florida for Holidays Editor and Mrs. Edgar Inlny left last week Wednes St. Cloud, FUi., to spend the holidays with Mrs. Inlay's parents, Mr. ind Mrs. George Gray, formerly of 3urt, who moved to Florida early ash Paid >r Cream all day Saturday and n December. The Inlays drove | fj t onto a trailer and was ready to down and planned to have their • ( | 0 sume butchering for his neigh- •acation en route as well as upon bor, Julius Hanson, when wo saw arrival. him last week Tuesday. Ralph and bis father, Edw. Stoll, do a lot of the neighborhood work of Saturday night. QUA GO-OPERATIVE mm COMPANY QQnnnonpnp MR. FARMER ! 'LAN YOUR FARM SALE! When you have a farm sale ou want bidders. One good idder is worth ?50 to $100 at ny sale. > How do you get bidders? ly letting every possible 'idder know of your sale. Advertise in the Advance nd reach all parts of the ounty. The cost of such an dvertisement is trifling in omparison with the money dded to your sale receipts. Bidders 20, 30, 40 miles -way learn ot your sale hrough the Advance. If you rant to impress them, list Yerything in your advertlse- nent, and make the adver- Isement big enough to con- Ince them your sale Is un ipportunity for them. One tern may bring a bidder for D miles. If you want bidders—go liter them by advertising. THE KOSSCTH COUNTY ADTANCE help with tho farm work. Axel father, August Will, died lost May farms 320 acres, and his cribs of a heart attack. Mr. Will, who aro. all filled with corn, lie rais- had been with Mrs. Blndewald, his morn'imr Tor i os Poland ' (;1 V na ll() K s aml lle saitl onl y child, since the death of his h I that, ho sold most of his drove wifo some years ago, was section when hogs were near ]0c a pound, boss at Irvington many years. Mrs. T , , „ ,,***,* , , r wm Wfts a sister o£ the late Mrs. Ualph Stoll, northwest of Wes- Tillie Lorenz, Algona. ley, had loaded his butchering out- I'lirty for S. S. Class- Mrs. J. II. Warburton cntertain- d the young people of the Bureau Sunday school class at her borne ast weok Monday evening at an annual Christmas party. Games were played, gifts exchanged, and unch served. Tho class presented the teacher with a lace table cloth as a Christmas gift. Irvington this kind. Herman Carlson, northwest Mr. and Mrs. Koss Robison, who have been at several places on the : west coast during the past year, of arc now at Redding, Calif. Their Wesley, had boon having a severe s°n Wayne, who had been employ- cold, he said last week Tuesday ed at Los Angeles, was recently and was not getting over it. Ho laid off, one of more than 1,000 spent most of last winter in Call- other men dismissed. Wayne has fornia and says bo greatly onjoyad hopes of going to work again the stay. * * * * George Fox, north of Wesley, sometime in January. Donna Lentz and Walter Reddel, who were recently married, to Austin, . _. . _ be ;heir homo last week Wednesday ! near Kanawha. This farm con- employed in a packing plant, evening. Lunch of sandwiches, I S j s t s O f 120 acres . We shall miss Myrtle Jordan and Eileen Walsh, cake, apples, and candy was serv- t],j s K00( ] family. There are three teachers at Irvington, presented Hoy Scouts Entertained— Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams en- j laa ^ ^QQ,, moving some of his ma- plan to move soon pertained a dozen -boy scouts at chinory to a farm which he bought Minn., where Mr. Reddel will ed at the close of the evening frolic. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson were also guests. Santa Clans "Visits Lakotn— fine boys, in school. Tho two older boys are their pupils in a Christmas pro- When we called last gram last week Thursday evening. week Tuesday the youngest was at A daughter, Janice Marlene, was home, and he seemed to be me- born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ........ ------- chnnically minded, for he had his Rocbloau last week Tuesday. A large crowd of children met mtlo wa g on bottomside up and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, Onita, Santa Claus when ho came to La- was using a str j n g for a belt on came Sunday and brought back kota a weok ago Saturday, and Qn& of the rear whee i s> t be other Mrs. Anna Sankey, who had -been each child^ was given a treat. Ml '-i on(1 K0 ing around on a bar on his with them for several weeks. La- Wcsterlund treated all of the chil- : raot i ler ' s ' range He was pretend- vonne Sankey, who had also been dren to a free movie following , UKU he was tnresning . , visiting at Oneita since the close " * * * * 'of the Algona high school for the When we called at Geo. E. Hir- Christmas vacation, was also ncr , Si sou thwest of Wesley, last brought home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels were wcck r ruesc]fty| George was not at , Mrs. Althea Thornton and her happily surprised last week Sun- hoine> but ^ rs _ Hirner and her sons Rollan and Bobby, who have day evening, when some 20 friends ]auentcr were there, and Mrs. been at the Charles Armstrong . .. !_».. i.u nn * nnli-»ViT*nJn «4««.«-«r3 Santa's visit. Snrp rist - f()r Nnckels 1'nlr— arrived to help them celebrate , nirner rene wed her paper, their 30th wedding anniversary. They were presented with a rocking chair. Other Lakotn News. home, Llvermore, since release , from the Kossuth hospital, follo'w- We were at AVarner Smidt s, six [ng an auto acc id e nt, spent a few miles northwest of Titonka, last dayg at Christmas time at Douglas weok Wednesday. This is a home Riley . g here. where Deutsch 1st gesprochen. Norman Freorking left Thursday; Th(! smidts have a fine German for Morrison and Lincoln, where ! policft dog, lln d er Deutsch auch he is student pastor of both! ve rsteht. We always enjoy a visit churches. He was to be present forj witn t h es e folks. Mr. Smidt and """ his son John had just come home from Titonka, where they had been doing some Christmas shop- the Christmas programs, one j n j s R on John had just come home Thursday evening, the other Friday night. Herbert Patterson, Armstrong, p j ngi son of Mrs. Sarah Patterson, Lakota, is in a hospital at Esther- Geo. J. Rippentrop, northwest of ville, recovering from an operation for appendicitis. He is a son-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Keefe. Alfred 0'- ARMSTRONG GIRLS AGAIN LOOK LIKE STATE FINALISTS MILD [Exceptionally So] Till' ORIGINAL A NICKLESS ! Only 5c The cigar that recommended f b r excessive smokers, because the nicp- One, ag far as pos f* Bible, has been re MOTed, jnakiug it not only mild, but • satisfying smoke, Moderate smoker Who enjoy ft wil elgar are also en. thnsiasttcally in fa TOI of tfc» JHcMess a box ttc* tte difference. TOQ? dealer can ge it foj io», Armstrong, Dec. 27—The Arra- trong girls' and boys' teams divided a double-header with Ring- led here last week Tuesday night, rhe local sextette defeated the Titonka, has been doing a good jo'b of raising his family since his wife died a few years ago. For 1% years he has not had a housekeeper. His daughter, though only 14, dor-s tho. housework with help of D:ul and her brothers. * rt: * * George Wiegnnd, east of Titonka, Is ono of the old-timers there. He !iml his 1wo 'boys had sawed up a liivKo nile of wood, mostly trees that died during the drought, and wr. inspected the piles last week Wednesday. * * * * George Sonnenberg, happy merchant at Titonka, had his store full of people last week Wednesday The William Deckers, Whittemore, Dr. and Mrs. Gibson, and Mrs. Nick Decker, Algona; John Loss, daughter Mildred, the Ralph Faiths, and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Loss Jr. were entertained at Christmas time at the Stephen Loss home. Callers at Rome Robison s at Christmas time were the Roscoe Mawdsleys, near Hurt; the Dan Schulz family, Clarion; the August Robisons, S'wea City; the H. T. Sabins, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Plulp, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robison. Bercie Davis left last week Wednesday for his home at Batavia, where he will spend a few weeks with his father, William Davis, and a sister. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Smith, Parkersburg, were Christmas dinner guests at the B. H. Thomas home. Irs. Thomas is a brother of Mr. pvery clerk was busy. He was Ringsted girls, 42-9, but the Arm trong boys lost a hard-fought was a thriller. Ringsted maintained a small lead vhich was 9-6 at the half. In the 1st quarter the locals outplayed Ringsted, scoring ten points to Ringsted's one free throw. The local girls have been -beaten only by the rangy Thompson sex- ette a° far thls SeaS ° n ' ^ 1 S Ton from Dolliver, Ledyard, Sencca "and twice from RlngBted. fhis year's sextette has five of ast year's state finalists. Two sen- o , Svon Mixell and Evelyn Caboth, three juniors,^^Donna M e.r, ^>eterson, Marie Ii miter, sophomore, Mavis Gang- ea B ™ members of the team. J^S?Jffi,'irS»2 S ! a«-£~ < SBfl5; _ i putting on a sale of his stock of Shirley Peterson and Emmet Ringsted; * * * * merchandise, and will move to a farm a few miles north of Titonka. George gets more fun out oC farming and breaking colts than out ot storekeeping. T C Skow, 'northwest of Wesley, had his chores finished and was in tho house, reading an editorial in a daily paper, when saw him last Thursday. He marked that the editorial page was the only part " """"" " worth reading. — keep posted on the times as well as J. C. does. He is also a good mer We learned that he sow ou purebred Hampshire boars during the fall and could have sold more if he had had them. His son Joseph is right hand man' on the we re- of daily papers Not many men farmer. 50 farm. * * * * H»* "I- Ete«KVS?« Spicer, Creary, Fear, Gilrnore; sgrusrsujs? Webster Lake; W. A. We called at August Schmidt's, south Heckert, Algona. last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt formerly farmed south of Lone Rock A year ago, when we called on these folks, Mr. Schmidt was suffering from tooth trouble, and he has not had much relief since that time Mrs. Schmidt said her husband was up at times but suffered severe pain. a ^ # „ ' When we called on Nick Berte south of Irvington, the day before Christmas, he came to the door and his little boy Alfred, age 3 greeted us with "happy birthday. It was explained that the day wa Alfred's third birthday annivers ary He had gone with the ftunllJ * Algona and was happy over tb live here. There are four [^Charles, and Margaret Mullin, rural mail carrier ut of Wesley, is suffering from neumonia. Mr. Mullin is a broth- r of Mrs. R. Hansen, Galhraith. Mr.' and Mrs. John Simon Sr are t Chicago, visiting their daughter Irs. Charles Winandy. They will Iso visit other relatives. jeannle Lofing, Mason City, is pending a week with the A. Mc- ,eans and with her cousin, Shir- rweiner, teacher east of ,albraith, is spending the holidays vith her mother, Mrs. Zink, at Ce ar Falls. ^^VWV »-w-»--••-- - ;H.W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGEOFALLXINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured loss and damage of all Equipped to do all kind* of hauling and draying- Alirona, low* .»«••«••»•«" PHONE 868 Small Loans Up to $300 OJT AOTOMOBHES LITE STOCK BQUSEHOID FUENITUBE, ETC •Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO lest to UPPW » e & 4ifoua, low* J Ins jidvcrtiscmciit is intended for farmers who intend to hold n public sale this winter, and Its object is to provide a form calling for everything the printer will need to make a good bill and a good ad. Interested farmers should clip this advertisement and save it till they need it. When you are ready, just fill out this form and take it to your printer. Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1—It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to quit farm- ing and move to town." Give your reason here: — 2—Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm. (Do not say "Five miles northwest of Algona"—say, "Four miles west and one mile north of Algona") __- 3—Give day and date of sale_ 4 — Give hour when sale is to begin. 5 — What about lunch, if any? 6—How many horses? Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you have any out- standing horses or teams give particulars 1 7—How many cattle? Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy cows, purebred or good grade beef cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles away will know only what you tell him in your bill and ad. 8—How many hogs? Do as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to know yourself if you were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going to close out. Let the printer sweat if yours is. a long bill—the price will be the same anyhow 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?_ 11—which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? 12 Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete list. In these automobile days a grind- stone may fetch a buyer ten miles away 1 13—Miscellaneous 14 gee your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many months? 15—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) 16—How large an ad do you, want? (The usual size is one-fourth page) No te—The customary order calls for 100 12x18 bills and a quarter page ad. That requires setting the type once for the bill and again for the ad. But you can, if you like set only the ad and then print bills from the same type. This Is • considerably cheaper, but your bill will be considerably smaller than the usual size, and this arrangement Is not recommended for sale where considerable property is to be sold. 17—Your name. « 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk ,- ~- ^———— -*-Remember that from the north line of Fenton, Burt, Portland, and Buffalo townships to the south line of the county no sale Is well advertised unless it is advertised In the Advance. Even if you give your bills and an ad to a local shop, RBfl to it that your advertisement is run in tbe Advance. Your local paper as a rule circulates only a few miles from vour trading point, whereas the Advance circulates throughout the county and goes into practically every farm home. ia the south 16 townships of the county. In these days of the automobile farmers think nothing of traveling 20 to 30 milw for w^&t they want, and one buyer from a distance will often pay many times the expense of an adyertlsenaeat to the 44- Clip US' advertisement and put it wliere you can find it when you get ready to prepare copy fo? your sale.

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