Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1938 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1938
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II CT« • " < „. JHHIB i Lance Hauling • Id Insured .again*. « rT- 0 ' 1 1 to no Alpnna. !«"•• 4 . ~ ^.».AAA^ !»•»*• KOasiTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. TOWA Bankers Life Farm Loans Low rate, long tlmo funds from an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. CAI'KSIUS Hclso Dklg. Algonn, Iowa PAGE NINE develop. She is high school pupil. Charlenc Munson returned' to school Monday, after a week of throat infection. Doan aby Chicks f er for sale twice weekly our high quality Baby J from flocks that are real producers. Prices Isonable. Eight now we have several hundred I pricks on hand. Why not get your brooder id up and come in after your share of these fine | ^ey will prove to be real moneymakers for if you are not interested in getting chicks now In and see the chicks and place your order for [delivery. hatching is a specialty with us. Bring in [lonclay or Thursday. [he Algona Hatchery I's Feed, Peat Moss, Feeders. Hygcnn Litter, Jo-Sal, B. K. Phone 551 sasssssssr'^^»»""^»««»»i«i——«•—•^-.•••a. (ossuth County Hatchery bciates of Spencer Chick Hatchery III Season Hieers in Producing Baby Chicks from ised, Culled & Blood-tested Flocks only 1938 production of Baby Chicks is less than last year. April and May out- being rapidly booked. Po avoid disappointment in April and May y orders should be placed NOW. . • ••"imiiu, last week ondiiy, and found Mrs. Baldwin ashing. Slic took time out to Mow us on {l Minnesota man wlioro Hawlcy is, th at being W ih c ro the son Vornon is a high' school teacher. This young man worked '"« «"••' through and tlie state Somo T?,« ittoro , d , PPC °" le ' Wo cast t woro at The boys said four 50 pigs March 22. for only four sows! fire good farmers, and take their place. Taylor's, north- „,, , , , Iho annual spring bazaar and supper will take place at the Doan church Tuesday, April in. nr rm , , », , Mrs I horwald Nelson and her ho n 0 wHh S ,T r P ° nt ,' ast woek noi e with the former's parents, residents here who moved March j 1 to a farm they had purchased in , German township. Dr. H. I). Meyer, Algona, was i called to Loandor Scefeld's Thursday to sec Shirley Seofold, who | was sick. i The Chester Williams family, of Mason City, spent Monday at Wll-1 liam ,1. Martlnek's. j L. K. Kranlx, has been at his i daughter Mrs. Bryan Asa's since j last week Thursday, having returned from California, where he spent the winter. lives, also at cards. Mrs. Tom Blefson had a finger wounded in a corn-sheller one day last week. J=L PAINT «» « I10nthS ' thcllgo that we ... was not f but he is now o. k Mrs. Taylor', and McNeil Martinek Sunday dinner guests at the for- werc Sunday nier's brother Frank's at Irving- Edw. Wolf's, ton. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hoover The Clarence entertained neighbors at five ta- AT VKKY SMALL cost yon can bunutlfy your home with Devon's paints and viir- nlslios. See us for latest ideas. » Botsford Lumber . Company JIM POOL, Mgr. &, :OME IN FOR YOUR COPY m LUSBY'S 14-15 THEY AST rcry lOui' 800,000 egg capacity is your best guar- of service. ICall, examine formula and get price on our |ccted, scientifically prepared Starting ossuth County Hatch cry Phone 800 t State Street Algona, la. u'uwuw^^ IERS ARE TRAINED DOWN •NDURANCE s work FOUR FINE MOTOR OILS 9UAKEH STAT? In e*n« I50-VIS ,. • • * ..in men baby chicks and the brooder houso. Mrs. asked if wo knew that there | was a new girl j,, u lo ) lo , 110 This jba;hy WHS born February 17 and ,'s Gloria Lorontx. There is also !" I'o.v In the family, now •!'/,, and ; his name is Ronald Dean. The Arthur Gookcs, who live across the ;i-oad mid a little cast of Laurence, also have a new girl, born Febru- l«ii'.v •), named Arlono Marie. She has two brothers, Rldon, 6, and •Roger Rood, 2. These boys think their new sister is the best baby ,in Hie world. I * * * * . ^ Minor Willmert, southeast of I Elmoro, was doing some repairing ^n his yard fence last week Mon|day. He keeps bis yard and lawn in fine shape. Klmer said ho had .seeded 12 acres to spring wheat, /but thought it a little early yet for oats. * * * * Last week Monday we called on L. W. Enrich, soutii of Elmore. The jEhrichs have built a new fence of j steel posts and woven wire around ; the lawn, and they arc going to I have a garden this season of flow: ers that they grow. Last season jthcy had flowers that Mrs. Enrich 'painted, and a great many people ! thought they were real flowers, for she is an expert on painting flowers. * * * * Last week Tuesday we saw C. W. Hardt, northwest of Elmore, who formerly lived northeast of Swea City. He moved onto this farm two years ago. C. W. remarked that he needed some one to keep house, for Mrs. Hardt died in 1936. He has three boys and one girl, and the girl is only nine. The children help a lot with the work. * * * * George Hagge, west of Ledyard, is-corn-sealer-ln that district, and I he says he enjoys the work, for he finds the people are friendly, and many times he is treated to a good lunch. * * * * Henry Dyer, the happy merchant at Ledyard, says that town has its share of bachelors. There are some 20 young men of legal age in the village. They like to come to Henry's store, where all of the problems of the times are discussed. Henry says he always has a good business. Depressions or recessions do not affect him. * * * * Clarence Ehrich, northeast of Elmore, was .getting some seed oats at his father's place last week Tuesday. He had already done some seeding. We saw him at William Ehrich's,, and while we were there Mr. E'hrich's mother arrived. She had been Jiving at Blue Earth, but now makes her home at William's. * » * * L'. J. De Graw, Algona, who lives two blocks north of the post- office, has been sick with heart trouble for some time, and we have missed him on the street. Lately he has been able to sit up a short time each day. Soon he will be out—nvhen the weather warms up. We called on him last week Wednesday. , * * * * H. B. Boettcher, northeast of Elmore, lives about two miles north of Jay Taylor's place. He was not at home last week Thursday when we were there, but two of his boys were there, and they showed us the stock. First we inspected the pigs. There were 199, with 24 sows. H. B. keeps purebred Belgian horses, and he has seven now, besides a colt. The horses are all sorrels, and are dandies. Seven of these fine horses were sold last year. H. B. now uses a tractor for some of his l D. A. Neltzel, northeast of Burt, i was fixing a leak in a water trough in I lie chicken house when we saw him Friday. Ho said he did not plan to fool the chickens (this was on April fool's day). D. A. is farming for himself this year! I * * # IK Theodore Wallentine, east of Ledyard, was mixing some feed Saturday to take to his .brother George's. George, who lives near him, and George's wife had both . been sick with the flu. George was I up and around, but still was not Cooling good. i * * * * I C'. A. Egesdal, east of Ledyard, : had just come home- from town w.hen we arrived Saturday. Mrs. , Egosdal was to have the 4-H girls at her homo in the afternoon. The | hoy, Carlon Jr., was having the time of his life, for two neighbor girls had already arrived. Carlon is only 15 months old, but already ,110 tries to talk. His Dad talks j Norwegian, and his mother under: stands German, but they think the i boy talks some new language, for I they can't understand him. When i mother shakes a finger at .him to ' correct him he will shake a finger | right back. Our guess is that in duo time he will talk straight American. * * * * At F. W. Langerman's, east of Swea City, the men were hauling manure Saturday. F. W. had a tractor hitched to the manure spreader, for he has only two j horses, and the spreading was be- j ing done on plowed ground. The load was too heavy for the horses. WEST BEND DEALERS Mrs. Jerry Schutter lately went | to Lakota to help care for her , mother, Mrs. Heetland, who Is sick •with heart trouble. Mrs. Schutter and her sisters are taking turns at staying with their mother, who is 77. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker, daughter Betty Lou and Eva Lowman sfcent Sunday with Mrs. Walker's brothers, George and Elmer Lowman, Rodman. Sunday was Eva's day off at the hotel, where she is working. Jos. Miller was called to Fort Dodge Sunday by word of the serious sickness of his wife, who has been in a hospital there two months. John Nachtman left Sunday for Dubuque to see his wife, who is seriously sick in a hospital there with heart trouble. Ruth Lockwood is having ear BIG I^USKY Two-Week-Old on band. Priced reasonable. Two weeks old Leghorn Cockerels $4.90 per 100 Seconds_$2 per 100, day old H amilton atchery Bancroft III FUtOPEP Chicks Well Grown Make Most Profitable Layers Grow a bigger, better flock of layers— pullets that will lay lots of big, premium eggs and make money for you. You have fewer losses and greater assurance the FukO-PepWay , Contains lots of oatmeal, is sy for baby chicks to digest, d is the feed that chicks need for sound sturdy growth to be profit* able layers. Feed your chicks Ful-O. Pep Chick Starter. Algonn Flour & Feed Co. Phone 957 Limited Number U. S. Bedding Co. Guarantee Inner Spring Mattress See them in our window ^"^^^•^ ~^^mm*^~~ Foster Furniture Company "Daddy wanted us to have a safe car so he bought a CHEVROLET because it has PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES!" KOSSUTH MOTOR CO.

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