Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1938 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, JOWA Bankers Life Farm Loans Low rate, long time funds from an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. EDWARD CAl'ESIUS Helse Bldg. Algona, Iowa Cash Paid For Cream Open all day Saturday and Saturday night. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY FOUfl-H GIRLS NEAR FENTON HDLD MEETING Fenton February 8 — The Indo- PUBLIC pendence Idealists 4-H girls club met Satuidny afternoon nt Louis Egemo's vlth Lorraine Blrkland as hostess. Fourteen members, in eluding tlree new members—Nina Bergeson, Marian Birkland, Maxine Egouio—Were present, also the leaders. Mrs. Bertel Berkeland assistant leader, discussed home efficiency, and the girls listened :o Wild Rbse, Witches' Dance, and Venetian Love Song on the phonograph, wh ch are numbers in their uusic menory contest. The girls danced the Virginia Reel and sang My Old Kentucky Home. Lorraine and Lois Kerber gave a demonstration 01 how to wash dishes. Mrs. John Korber and Mrs. Tom Birkland vere guests. Third Training School Held— The third training school for Having decided to quit farming ' because I can't suitable farm, I will offer at public auction, at my farm located one-half mile south and one-half mile west of Bancroft, Iowa, the following described property, on Wednesday, February 16 Sale to Coiiinipnce nt 12:30 O'elock Lnneh Wagon on the Grounds 2 HEAD of HORSES One black gelding, smooth mouth, wt. IfiOO; one bay gelding smooth mouth, wt. 1-100. 9 HEAD of CATTLE Five- young high grade Holstein milk cows, some to freshen soon- ono coming 2-year-old heifer; 2i heifer calves, coming 1 year old; | bull calf coming 1-year-old. Seneca ant Fenton townships was held at the Seneca consolidated schoolhousls last week Wednesday at 10 a. mJ to 4 p. m. on training the appetite, the lesson being given by Ludille Pepoon, county H. D. A. Pat eras for a child's bib, a sunset suit, and a one-piece play dress were given out. Sixteen women attended, including Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, Everett Dreyer, Donald wliisbrod, Charles Newel, and F. P. Newel, all of Fenton. The next meetirig will be held at Mrs. Alex Kruejirer's, Lone Rock, Friday, February 18, and the lesson will be on "New Ways in Mother- Baby Care." Follow-Up Meeting Held— A follow-up meeting of the woman's Farm Bureau club in Palo Alto county was held at Mrs. Melvin Mansagftr's Friday. Mrs. Mansager and Mrs. Derwood Kern demonstrated the lesson which was on vegetable soup, chees ITSEENAS YOU 1|EMERGENCV| WENT TO SLEEP AT TH6 WHEEI YOU CAN FINISH 15 FALL PIGS All vaccinated. 250 New Hampshire Red Chickens About .jo |{ 0 ,ls Woven Wire. sticks, and raspberry rolypolj Women attending were Mesdame Alfred Meyiir, George Mienke, Si mon Kipfer, George Seims, Harve Higley, Ejnmetsburg, and Miv Henry Becker, Egan, S. D. Boy is TCirtllday Host— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schneide entertained Sunday in honor o their son Fi'ed's sixth birthday an niversary, and attending were Jas Bruhn, Howard and Virgil Finne stad, Kenneth Johnson, Eleano Bleckwenn, Ruth and Eunice Stah mer, Betty Hengel, Billie StigR-an jornetta Bruhn, the Ervin Bruhns Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger son Wayne. BierstocH Birthday Celebrated- Mrs. Bierstedt entertained Sunday, honoring Emil Bierstedt's birthday anniversary. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade, all of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Whittemore, daumilter Gertrude, the Hugo Faul- stiches and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. Fenton, and Gus Kraft, Algona. 1!l)ys A Two Fenton youths sprained ankles last week while practicing basketball. Ervin Voottler was out jof high school all last week. An | x-ray was taken, and at first his ankle appeared to be broken. Raymond Priebe sprained an ankle at Armstrong Tlnjrsday evening .'n an independent game. bet breeching harness; one power attach- .•breeching harness; - ment for Mc-Cormick - Deering cream separator; horse collars- hog troughs and fountain; chick feeders and waterers; 10-gal chicken fountain with light. Gasoline and kerosene barrels with faucets; 5-in. vise; forks scoop .shovels; steel posts and wire; ,,-ft. wood .saw; 10-gal cream can; g- ga l. cream can- 5- fittl. creani can; 2 feed cookers- Dexter washing wachine, 1 tub •only four months old. Tools, and other articles loo numerous to mention. All of the above described machinery is in first-class condition and has always been under a roof. Ihis is a complete closing out sale EVERYTHING GOES TEIIM8 — Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. Alphonse Lensing Stewart & 1'lalg, Auctioneers. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Clerk. South Dakotan Visits Here Mrs. Henry Becker, Egan, S. D., arrived one day last week for visits at the Philip Weisbrod and Carl Kern hoii|e.s and with other relatives. The Beckers formerly lived on the William Fisher farm, near Fairville. The Becker daughter is married to Carl Kern's brother. Attends Shower at Cylinder— Mrs. Walter Fisher' attended a j shower Thursday at Mrs. Alex : .lenswold's, ne(tr Cylinder, honor-, ing Mrs. Fisher's sister, Mrs. Jerry i Fink, married last fall but just an- i nounced. Mrs. Fink was 'Jerry" j Jenswold, who made an extended visit with the Fisher.s two years ago. Sisters' Itirthdijys Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vaux, Ida Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Kern El- erlck, Aha, can)e Saturday for vis- Its at the Alfred Meyer and L. J Weisbrod homes, and on Sunday were all dinner guests at the Meyer home, honoring Betty Ann's and Joan Meyer's Birthdays. Husband's Iiirtjiday~0bserved— Mrs. Frank McFall entertained bunday evening i n honor of her husband's birthday anniversary and guests werp Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence! Wood Sawed for Shut-in- Fifteen neighbor men cut down trees and saived wood for Otto Wilberg Friday. Mr. Wilberg suffered a brokon back January 5, when a tree he was cutting down i toppled on him. His condition is | about the same, though some feel| ing is coming back to his injured 17 n/t i . I back and causes him much pain. frarm Machinery, Etc.! n . 1Jt McConnick-Deeriug 8-ft. binder- New Id,.;, manure spreader; Haves •i-whecl corn planter, with i">0 rods of wire; McCormick-Deering l-ft. spring tooth harrow; Twin i Uy tractor and cultivator less I ha n 2 years old; McCormick-Deer- ins o-ft. mower; Sandwich 36-ft elevator, hoist and power; John Deere M-in. tractor plow ->0- wheel Bailer disc; 4-section Mc< ormick-Deoring drag. I-wheel Bailer drag cart, power emery wheel; McCormick-Deering eml.a.te seller; Letx 10-in. feed winder; McConnick-Deering hay rake; .single-row cultivator; hole liancl Morormick-Deering corn .slii'llor; No. -| McCormick-Deering (•.ream .separator like new. I'-i h. p. McCormick-Deering en- Kine; M-in. walking plow; bob sleiKh; wagon and rack; wagon and box; spring buggy; 4-wheel trailer with -l fj OO( i tlres> Hound brooder house 11-ft i n diameter; tank heater; drum'type brun.ler stove, used only one season; Sol Hot UiOn-chick size brooder stove- pump jack; 2 50-ft. wire (•nbbins; 2 50-ft. slat corn cribbing. ilenx, Mr. ;md Mrs. and Mr. and M^s. W Fred Newel,! Wolfe. Tonsils and Adjenoids Out— Juanita Mae, daughter of Mr and Mrs. S. E. Stralcy, had a tonsils and adenoids operation at the General hospi al, Algona, Thursday. Wredes Now atj~ForT Dodge— Enos Wrede, who has purchased a suburban grocery at Fort Dodge, took possessiorj February 1. FENTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs.' John Kramer have moved into rooms over the Boyken cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Carl have the house vacated by the Kramers. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman moved into a new home, one of tie most modarn and up-to-dat© houses in this locality Martin's paren - "-- - *' William Hante from the farm vacated. Mr. and Mrs. son Wayne, Eijither Geitzenhauer,' Armstrong, Lorena Dreyer, Lorena Reasoner, and |the Otto Wichten- •s, Mr. and Mrs. man, have moved into the house he Kenneth Bellinger, dahl, .Richard Potratz, Herbert Poratz, William Zumaeh, and Alvin 'otratz families had a party at Vilmar Wichtendahl's Friday ight. The Willing Workers met at Jos. tfadden's Saturday afternoon, more nan 40 attending. A short pro- ram was given: Bible Reading, oan Madden; reading by Frances lalvorson; singing by the group. Mrs. William Dehnert, Algona, tfrs. Everett Miller, Mason City, nd a daughter, with Howard Hed- ck, Algona, visited the R. L, Padgetts Sunday afternoon. 'Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager had as guests Sunday Mrs. Tobias Mansager, Cylinder, the Henry Mansagers, Emmetsburg, and the Arthur Berkelands. Mrs. Anna Meyer, who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Peters, Breckenridge, Okla., since August, is now visiting at her son M. F, Meyer's here. •* Chris Geronsin accompanied George Geronsin, Sibley, to Cedar Rapids last week Thursday on business. Chris and G-eorge are brothers. The Howard Reeders, of Kilmer, accompanied the Clarence Thees- Mrs. L, J. Weisbrod, and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod visited Mrs, Carrie Haase at Algona last week Thursday. Elmer Krause, employed at the Fred Kluss farm, suffered a sprained ankle while practicing basketball recently. The Andrew Wallaces, Buffalo Center, and the Maurice Wallaces were Sunday evening dinner guests at John Wallace's. Arnold Krause went to DCS Moines Sunday to attend a G. W. C. grocery convention. He returned Tuesday. Mrs. William Schutt was brought liome last week from the Kossuth hospital, where she took medical '.reatment. Jerry Lee, 6-mos. son of Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern, has been seriously sick with intestinal flu. 'Bertel Berkeland was a business Portland visitor at Des Moines from week Thursday to Saturday. last Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson left Saturday evening for Chicago for two weeks with relatives. Doris Joan, 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen, was sick last week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp, Britt, spent Sunday at the parental Herman Huskamp's. Rich Point fields to a point near Armstrong Sunday to visit the Charles Thees- fields. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger, John and George Schulz returned Thursday after a week In Illinois visiting relatives. The Mesdames George and Harvey Johnson were Britt visitors Thursday at C. E. Clark's. Mrs. Clark's hand, injured two \veeks ago, is healing nicely. A. D. Headley a nd C. J. Sill were . among those sick last week. Carl ~ Portland Peppy Pals will me February .19 with Darlene and Iv Marie Brayton. The girls ar starting their music and plctui memory contest. Letha Mann hi resigned as leader and the glr are looking for someone interests In 4-H work to volunteer to assls them in their work this summer. The Portland Progress clu meets next week Thursday wit Mrs. Martin Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith an son Robert spent Friday at Water loo at Stanley Larsen's. Mrs. Lar sen is the former Kathryn Keith Mr. and Mrs"." Garnie Hood an two children were last week Tues day supper and evening guests a W. J. Stewart's. Neighboring women met wit Mrs. Ralph Roberts for a btrthda celebration in her honor Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rlngsdorf en tertalned neighbors at a 500 part Sunday night. Four tables wer in play. High family prizes wen to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brlsto'w, low to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rlngsdorf en joyed an oyster supper Monday a Charles Scott's. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart vis ited Sunday at John Prlmising's West Bend. • , ^ The Albert Baas family took Louis Schmellng to Whlttomore Wednesday and spent the daj there. The W. J. Stewarts are canning sork and beef this week, Portland eighth-graders writers state examinations Friday were Marilyn and Edward Long, Betty / Hutchins is helping Mr. Sill with! his farm work. - I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson and George Johnson attended a card party at Ray McWhorter's Wednesday evening. A large number were entertain- i ed at cards and lunch at the' Frank Capesius home Friday evening. Mrs. C. W. Patterson Burt visited her sister, Mrs. Hugh Raney, Tuesday. HIDES We always pay top market price for hides. Joe Greenberjr the telephone for piofteciion alone/ says this farm woman. "Winter time makes you appreciate the telephone, because it keeps you from being shut off from your friends," this farm woman told us. "Sometimes our roads are so bad we can't drive even to our nearest neighbors but with the telephone we keep in touch with what's going on and use it to get help if we need it. "It's a wonderful thing in case of illness or accident or any emergency around the home and we would keep the telephone as long as possible for protection alone." NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY F. B. Home Project Meeting Held in Seneca Last Week Seneca, Feb. 9—A Farm Bureau home project meeting was held nt Curtis Olsen's recently with Mrs. Knlmar Khanda, of near Rlngstod, as leader. Attending were: Mrs. Snm Olson, of De'pew; Mrs. Sigurd Olsen, Mrs. Albert Cody, Mrs. A. T. Paulson, Mrs. F. B. Jenssn, Mrs. Emll Elmers, Mrs. Ole Oftedahl, Mrs. J. W. Dolllg, Mrs. Howard Richards, Mrs. Elmer Lee, and Mrs. R. J. Campbell. A covered dish luncheon was held at Stewart, Dale Dlckmoyer, Harold Becker, Richard Brlstow, Leo Brayton, Dick Oroon, Beryl Boas, Margaret Presthus, Donald Wobor, Lucille and Lois Marlow, Marie Kroger, John Rlke, Katy.Henken, and Elsie Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace and Sylvester spent Sunday evening at Lyle Mann's. Leroy Lee was also a guest, and 500 was played. George Becker went to Fort Dodge Monday with Mr. Bowie for a wrestling workout. »»•.••—^———-^——^™ Valentine — Balloon DANCE Tuesday, Feb. 15 V. F. W. Hall, Algona —Cash prizes will be given to boy or girl who keeps his or her balloon longest _un- lirokcn. ° $1.00 to girl, $1.00 to boy. Further details will be given the night of the dance. Admission, 25c. noon. The meeting was on sewing machine cleaning, Scnecnns win from Fcnton— The Seneca high school basketball boys went to Fenton Friday evening, and the Seneca second team easily defeated the Fenton seconds 20-2. The team defeated the Fenton firsts a close game, 16-13. Farewell Tarty Is Given— A number of friends and neigh- 666 checks COLDS and FEVER first day liquid, Tablets Headache, 80 Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Kub-My.Tism" — World's Best Liniment Duroc Bred SowS Sale will be held at farm, '8 , l AB I aft bllbwing Thursday,Februar, 40 Head of Bred We arc selling M Jicnd of bred irllls n,,,i i day feeding quality, lots of 8 l ze . v & '' '' pasterns and good feef. Sired •- "" - ri ' ." 1 . f . "* best sons of The Jilt, 1035 Grnnd Cham , I X !' ov nnd by Ideal I'nUmmker, another boar (;l , „''[ Prize group at the 1»3C Spencer Fair. U , I tM V 1 "* won First Honors at the Gamer 4-II siioV , B '** won at the 1087 Hnmboldt County Fair in |, P .,[? These gllH ue mated to Grand Vic,v in a r the best junior flonrs Jn service today, ii,' ,?a want on our hops, with well sprung rib ....,| i ?1, are hard to fault. He Is a litter male I „ at the Iowa State Fair and Jt has been both, that Grand View Balancer 2nd ftaMh , ^ •»' Commi GeldW 1200 "O If you like Durocs with quality, come to thk ,1 a sow or two bred to this sensational . ,„• , r •„ '" 13 ""dy- ' ta|f6 )0 days; 13 - SPECIAL TO 4H JIOKEKS-We will K ive (J of girl who wi Tvln 1st pen or purelm,! lilt, boar, at any 4-H show In the state. TERMS— Cash or Its equivalent. SeKlciiu.nl fore aniiiuils nre moved. W. H. Helmke, P ro f Col. McMnrray ahd E. A. Nelson, Auctioned H. jr. r.oewscii, nierk. Lunch will be served at noon by the Lutheran T,ato - KRESENSKY'S LIC AUCTION As I am unable to get a farm for the coming year, will sell at auction Wednesday, Feb. 16 Head of Horses - 9 ARSAL ' Allis-C iivator, jus : 3ormick-D' planter wil Vake, -new; jheller; J< pled with t Wood; 2le saw; ( d )ick-up wi leaters -on nan,'gas ,e " ' Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 9k , sale ,or,' at < 49 Head of Cattle 49 45 Head of Hogs 45 7 shoats, weighing 125 }bs; 38 shouts, from 50 to80 Ibs. FARM MACHINERY power engne, oth C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer with clerk. No property remov. 100 pair of ladies'smar tootwcar, most all sizes black, brown, navy. SWEATERS Long sleeve sweaters, short STwr-^-^S values ot liUff Herman B Burt Savings Bank, Clerk House Coats S 0 Il eo ?. s waterialBand , e these garments a sensation at this price , 2 to a customer 1.00 Values that yon won' bdieve possible. Many items especially pur chased for this event Other merchandiserfrom our regular stocj a much less than factory cost. SLIPS 1.00 HOSE !*ure silk, full fashioned chiffon or service weight, 8 colors, DRESSES Print-Cotton Udies, Children Here is a group of nut v - a qmck sellout. You will find ladies' and children's sizes Also a complete line of Cmderella dresses for children and P epp Print dresses for 1.00 HATS LOU'MAI Just the tliiug now—a new small cost. GLOVES Leather gloves, wool and leather trimmed Values | to • BLOUSESj Tailored blouses off broadcloth, plain, paisley print, sizes 32-40 Child's Sh< lit Every child can pair of these hi-top two-toned elk oxf| and all over brow oxfords, worth w what we are asking'! 1.00 KRESENSKY ^i^^f^n^ i n 11 iMMiii. j.. - ""*"' '^^^^F' ^R^^iff ^HHP^^

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