Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1938 · Page 7
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, AUOtlST *. 1.933. n't in line... LVEK'S lor Mine! |. beer with ,u«l flavor, irjuitthntt ft'i ••'« «« lull never want to a »wect TYPICAL PILSENER FLAVOR! / Y/.AA lEE THIS GREAT T I RE ALUE LIFETIME GUARANTEE •••^^••••••••^•••••^•••••^Mi^BM August loads "burn out" old worn [ cause flats and punctures. Don't [chances on old tires when new dyear R-l's cost so little. You get ) extra wear, non-skid and blow- protection for which Goodyears ous — and at ordinary prices | are used to paying! Have us t Goodyear tires on your wheels. If- QOODYEAR SPEEDWAY Quality with economy—life- Urn* guarantee. M 10 VU 50c • WKK WEATHER NEEDS CAR AND HOME from on « ---49* >• fow'fljf. [BUd.C.rF.n...$3.tS NEW WINGS AUTO RADIO • Jut pwk • button — ud tfacn'i louriUtlonl H*k« driving Mftr became you ntcd not Uk« jour «JM off th« md.. See and Wligi AUTOMATIC SAFE TUNING '0 Super 0 Service PHONE 33 •'"'"J-'ui-th.f. Blt * (l »* Mbit 'U DAY Model rooms c , T _... Loconiotiv.es' and trains * of pioneer days. History of the plow. Hfctory of grain harvester. Livestock of 1838 and 1938. 18lh Century style show', Old reljcs <(nd from all Iowa. Old-ligie auto show. «Srt to phaeton. mural—the jpano- '' tun. AUTO RACES "CENTENNIAL BELLES" ttnlhuiit iiiuliial «=*" uw ° LIVESTOCK ACRES Of EXHIBITS 4-H SHOW Conrad Blome, Old Timer, Is Dead FUNERAL AND BURIAL HELD AUEDYARD Lertynrd, Aug. 1—This community was saddened to learn ot the death of Conrad Blome last week Thursday at Molnes. his home at Des 'Mr. Blome, who was in his 73rd year, was born October 21, 1865, in Germany nnd came to America in March, the year 1888. He settled at Hubbard, whore, on September 7, 1890, he was married to Minnie Dusch. After living at Hub'bard for some 13 years Mr. Blome decided to look for cheaper land in northern Iowa, and in 1002 came to Kossuth, locating on a farm three miles northwest of Ledyard. In 1904 Mr. Blome moved to Ledyard and clerked in a general merchandise store several years. Later he became the owner of a store which he operated with success. Then he sold out and returned to farming for several years. On March 13, 1922, Mrs. Blome died. They had seven children: Jerome, Clarence, Harry, • Mrs. August Klinksiek, Mrs. John Meyers Jr., Mrs. Louiis Meyer, and Ella. 'Mr. Blome quit farming in 1023, and on June 5, 1927, he was married to Mary Mclntosh. After living in Lakota several years they moved to Des Moines in the fall of 3034. Mr. Blome had good health till October, 1037, when he suffered a light stroke, from which he never fully recovered. For many years Mr. Blome was an active member of the Evangelical church. In his local later helped Raymond celebrate a birthday. The Ralph Heflers, of Granada, Minn., were Sunday guests at Leon Warden's. Mr. Warden and Mrs. Hefler arc brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warner, employed at the General hospital, Algona, were hero on a business mission Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Tillmoney, of Ames, came Sunday for a vacation at J. W. Hartshorn's and L. W. Wiemer's. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer drove to Rochester Sunday brought home Mr. and Mrs Wiemer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog FARMS _C. H. KLAMP, Field Bepresentnllve The Manning brothers, east of 200 acres ami IIP h<,^ KK F' * lw ° Faulstich's, helping with thresh- done at that time 1"*- But their mother and the sis- I * *% , Ing. to Walnut Orove Sunday on a bu, Goche, southeast of Ban- errand. The Clifton Engelbys were Sunday guests at Otto Richter'e, near Elmore. The George Thompsons spent Sunday at the lakes. WEST BENDERS WIN THE 12TH BALL VICTORY mower At Arthur Luedtke's, east of the c^^oT Vh^rfw^'f Lotts Creek store, threshing was falfa to put up before thpv in progress last week Thursday, ed. Edward was ako tn hnin "Art" said he had plenty of straw, the mo™ He fts a hal? yet the oats looked pretty good, east of his father and he was thankful that the crop was as good as it was. * * * *. E. C. Behukendorf, southeast of Bancroft, was hauling alfalfa hay last week Thursday. It has been some job to get hay dry between ' * * * * At the John Shulz farm, east of , the men were threshing The odts were running 30 bushels to the acre. John whether we ever stole any- n ™««• «°« ni West Bend, Aug. 1—The Bend Bulldogs defeated the Pfaff log aid not 'bite us! The dog but the arm V-now all right "she ftf, 7% * hl f h S ^ He does ,say s she helps her Daddy with the " ' et a fence stop him West milking. * * * Geo. W. Nyman, north of * * * * Nick Sandt, east of Bancroft Lone c l tme hl from the f 'eld with a load Bakers Fort Dodee IIPVP Sum nv ' Ueo ' w ' Nym an. north of Lone """'" "•/'»'" uie nem with a load 5-5 This wa .the Bui Idolv 12rh'i Rock ' has lived on the same fa >™ ? !"* 3 V St as We got to his P late f this season FredTnrk^ BOmo 20 ycal ' s " He ls a 'bachelor. lastt ****• Wednesday. He invited F ' " 5-1. win of for the locals, allowed six hits and struck out ten batters. Vinson, Fort Dodge, gave up ten hits and struck out four. times he has had people live with him, but most of the timehe game at Manson next Sunday. They recently defeated Manson, 5-4, in a 13-inning battle at the West Bend ball park. The lineups for West Bend and Fort Dodge Sunday and the play in detail follows: West Bend— AB. H. R. D. Kucker, cf 5 Wilders, Ib 4 Lura, ss 4 R. Balgeman, 3b .._ 3 F. Kucker, p 1_ 3 R. Banber, 2b ... 3 L. Balgernan, c 4 Bleuer, If 4 J. Barber, rf 4 -34 AB. Totals Fort Dodge— R. Jackowell, cf 3 J .Jackowell, 3 b 4 Roberson, c 4 Barnes, If 4 Fox, Ib . 4 Deuklan, 2b 4 darkens, ss —_—..__ 3 Anderson, rf 4 Vinson, p 3 Totals _____33 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 10 5 H. R. years he was a member of the Reformed church, with which he was still affiliated at death. He is survived by his wife, two brothers, one sister, the seven children, and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services were held here Sunday afternoon, with the Rev. A. A. Depping officiating, and burial was made in the Highland home cemetery. Clarence Blome lives at Davenport; Jay and Mrs. Klinksiek live here; Mary and both Mrs. Meyers and Ella live at Lakota. Pall-bearers were Simon, William, Henry, Rudolph, Alfred, and Ernest Blome. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. William Busch, Harry Walters, Adolph Blome Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Blome, Alfred and Ernest Blome, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blome, Mr. and' Mrs. Elmer Blome, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blome and a son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blome, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunte, all of Hubbard; Mr. and Airs. Rudolph Blome, the William Keilsniiers, Alden; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Atkinson, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Busch, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Stauder, Bancroft; the William Busch family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Perry, Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brand, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brand, Mrs. Fred Brand, and Mrs. Frank Deim, Swea City. Hiilversons are Sunday Hosts — The Otis Midthunes, of Elmore, with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Westerlund and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, of Bricelyn, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson visited Sunday at Edw. T. Halvorson's, and other , .,,..,_ . , . , , t . „ • Halvorson guests were Mr. and specialists about his health. He is Mrs. B. J. Gyldenoas, of Elmore, a farmer nor £ewt of town on the West Bend scored three times in " " ""' °' ng . ' the eighth inning on a walk and! Swe - a <My ' who three hits to put the game on ice. West Bend's lone loss this summer has been a defeat by the Thor Cardinals. has lived alone. He is now planning on doing some repair work on bis building. John to help him to put the hay into hay-loft, but we bad other fish to fry. work. was Monday dooHthntkliirt Monclay . d °es that kind Nick is always fuil of fun." * * * * When we saw Fred Kading, north of Lotts Creek, last week .Thursday he was at Arthur Jack- 01 man's, west of the store, pitching bundles into a threshing machine. Ralph Tjaden, north of Wesley, ;„-:-• „, .„ , was at the house Saturday. As a rne Bulldogs will play a_return rule he is busy in the fields when we call, but he said he was taking a little rest, for he had been stacking straw the day before. He wished it had not rained, for he had bis straw stack only about half done. * * * * Harold Wilhelmi, southwest of 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 ' 1 0 0 Children's Tonsils are Removed-- Bancroft, is trying out a new stunt by putting a lot of alfalfa hay into a small .barn. He had already put in eight loads when we were there last week Monday. He runs it through an ensilage cutter, then blows it into the barn. It looked like good feed. Harold .said this was the first time he had tried the stunt. * * * * •Robert Dransfeldt, southeast of Bancroft, farms only a small part of the place he lives on. The farm is owned by Walter Ditsworth's father, and Walter, who lives on an adjoining place, works part of the time on this farm, * * * * H. A. Blan'chard, who is in the hardware business with his father, Jesse Blanchard, at Lone Rock, claims he gets a kick out of our farm. news. But H. A. was busy all the time we were in the Sweeney had their tonsils removed Thursday at the Doctor Givens office by Doctor Chase, Fort Dodge. Other children whose names were not learned also had tonils removed. ard family is a great credit to the village. * * * * 'At John A. Nyman'e, west of Farmer Consults Specialists- Bancroft, last week Monday we found "the boss" in hi& blacksmith shop, and he showed us some of Roy D^Pew was Uk^n to Roch- his fln f tools. The little shop saves .ter Saturday to consult Mayo aA *f»t.many tr PB to town and J. ester Mr. and Mrs. L. Blomquist, Albert Lea, and Mrs. Roy Martinson, of Washington. Movie Given Sunday Nighk- The free outdoor movie usually given Saturday nights by the business men was shown Sunday night this time to avoid conflict with a carnival which was here Thurs- late John Ludwig place. Mrs. Simmons to Clinic— Mrs. Jeanne Simmons went to Rochester Monday to go through the Mayo clinic. She has been in poor health for some time. Other West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wessels, Cedar Rapids, came Su'lvday for a day, Friday, and Saturday, but mot| week wjth the latter . s mot her, Mrs. a rather wet reception, due to rain Friday and all day Saturday. A fairly large crowd attended Saturday evening in spite of wet and mud. Throb lug Delayed by Rains Threshing in this locality received a definite setback last week-end, due to unusually jieavy rains Friday and Saturday. Many machines were stanuins in water .Sunday, and many farmers found shocks floating in water. Threshing could not be resumed for several days. Mrs. Frii-ts Has Operation-Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske drove to Buffalo Center Fiiday to see Mrs. Friets, who is recovering from an appendicitis operation in a hospital there. Jaco'b Stubbe drove to Waterloo Sunday to bring home his wife and daughter. Conic for Blome Funeral— The George Heetlauds, Lakota, visited at Martha Gable's Sunday afternoon and attended the Blome funeral. Mr. and Mrs. William La- Cour and Dorothy Black, Amboy, Minn, spent Sunday at Edw, emeier's, and also attended funeral. Mrs. Glenn Behse Sick- Mrs. Glenn Behse, who has been bothered a lot with gland trouble this summer, suffered another attack last week Thursday. Two Have Tonsils Out— Velda and Doris Estle had their tonsils removed at the General hospital, Algona, Saturday. They came home Sunday. Other Ledyard News. •Mrs. Blanche Jenks and her son Clifford returned Saturday to their home at Eagle Grove, after a few days with Mrs. Harriett Matzener. Clifford laid new sidewalks in front of the Mrs. Jenks house, where the Lew Andersons live. The William Garrys visited relatives and friends at Fairmont Suaday a»4 brought home Cojjnip Garry, who had spent two weeks at Clajr Babeojek's, caw hpnje with the •• H. A. Sloan, and other relatives. They will go to Buffalo Center to visit Mr. Wessel's parents before going home. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker, with the daughter Betty Lou, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Walker's sister, Mrs. Merle Bell, Newell. Mrs. Bell is the former Dorothy Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Felton, Emmetsburg, a son there, and another son who hails from Los Angeles, with the Edward Grethens, Mallard, were guests Sunday at Frank Doyle's. Lu'cile Sweeney and Margarite Kisch arrived Monday from La Crosse, Wis., for visits at their respective homes. They are studying in a convent there. Mr. and Airs. W. W. Stone left Sunday for a vacation trip. Mr. Stone is proprietor of a woodworks shop here. SENECA A. is a dandy with the tools. * * * * At Hugo Faulstich's, west of the Lotts Creek store, the men were threshing last week Thursday. There were three machines threshing within a mile of each other. It was noon when we were .there. After dinner R. O. Dreyer greased' the running gear of the thresher. This is a company machine. Hugo was doing oiling on other moving parts. He is a separator man. He stacked his own straw. * * » * At Edw. Dontje's, on the first farm west of Gerled, we found Herman and Frank Dontje, Ed'& brothers, who live in the same neighborhood. These boys are all a jolly bunch. They had taken a transmission out of their tractor and had put in some new bearings, and were planning to start threshing as soon as the ' tractor was ready. * * # * John Ford, southeast of Ban- The Pattersons and Rasemus- sens held a family reunion at the Seneca school Sunday. Attending were the Henry Rasmussens, of Kansas City, Mo.; the Dan Pattersons, and daughters Martha and Blanche and the latter's husband, of Cedar Falls; the Jim Rassmus- seus, and Gus Haneens of Ring- stedi; the 0. R. Pattersons, George Pattersons, Pete Peterson, .and Maurice Jensens, of Seneca. •Mrs. George Stokes, and daughter, of Fairmont, spent Thursday at hev daughter Mrs. Virgil Moore's. Mr. and Mrs. Minard Vanderburg, of Armstrong, were Sunday supper guests at Harley Hoeck's. The George Williamsons, of Mason City, and Les, Ytrgil and JJer- vin Williamson were Sunday visitors at the Ole Oftedabl's and Mrs. Williamson's in Seneca. Mrs>. Lawrence Hantleman and Mrs. O. R. Patterson entertained the Helpful Thursday club last week. AJlyce Olson spent a fey days last week eft Sigurd OJsen's near Depew. Puane Camp;bell returned tome it weefc after ej&yeral days _yit&. Mf jujyt and UftcJe, croft, was pulling some weeds out of his flower beds about the house last week Tuesday. As a rule Mrs. Ford looks after the flowers, but she has of late been bothered with rheumatism. -•, „, •, . • * * * * Wm. J. Eden, two miles northwest of Wesley, was mowing yard weeds with an "Armstrong" Saturday, and Mrs. Eden was pulling weeds in her garden. x They have three children: Earl, 14; .Douadel, 12; and Carol, 6. The children ihave a Shetland pony, and they call him "Billy." Mr. Eden farms NOTICE OF PHQBATE OP . No. 4414. State of Iowa, Kossuth. co'uaty, ss. In District Court, March-term, 1938. To AH Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument 'of writing purporting to be the laot Will and Testament and Codicil attached thereto of Peter Thompson, deceased, dated November .21, 1933, and codicil dated August 19. 1936, having b^en this'day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 30th day of August, 193$, Js fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Al-> gona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of sai4 Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified.and required' to appear, an,4 ghow fiausje if <jny jthey have, why said instrument should not be prqbated and allowed ae and for the last Will and Testament of said, deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 30. 1938. (Seal) J* A, KATHARINE Clerk of^ Dl8trict_Cour$. Aljnft . He said another bundle-pitcher was needed. Arthur was stacking straw, and he was doing a good job. He remarked about Canada, where he formerly lived. A good crop is reported there this year. * * * * Mrs. Edw. Kressin' was at, home alone last week Thursday. Her two boys wera helping with threshing at Arthur Luedtke's. Mrs. Kressin does a lot of the yard work, and sKe also helps the boys with farm work. We have seen her stack corn fodder, and she does a fine job. * * * * Last week Thursday wo called on Ross 'Browning, southwest of Lone Rock, on an insurance company farm. The old barn has been razed, and a new one, 36x40, also a hoghouse, 24x30, and a chicken house, 14x30, are being built. The foundation had been finished for the barn and hog house, and the men were pouring concrete for the chicken house. Leon Worden'and his crew from Ledyard were doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Browning moved there from west of Elmore last, spring. They have two girls and; three boys, and they all like the new neighborhood. HORSES FOR SALE? MAKE IT known by the usbal sign—an Advance Want Ad. Loans Up to $300 OK AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETI "Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO text to Upper Des Molnea offle. Itt Ateou. low* Farms for Sale My company has asked me to sell the following farms which are now offered for sale: NO. 2257-P CHRISTIANSEN 447.53 Acres Located 5 miles SE of Livermore on good gravel road. Improvements consist of good 7-room house, frame barn 32x46x14, double corn crib 26x32, S-crib 8x46x10, hollow tile silo 18x40, tile hog house 24x84, poultry house 10x40, granary, cattle, shed, machine shed, etc. Good drilled well and windmill. Concrete feeding floor; 250 acres tillable, balance good blue grass pasture. A real stock and grain farm. Priced to sell. , No. 1587-S STONE 80 Acres Located % mile south of Thor on good gravel road. No improvements but barb and woven wire fenced. Some tile. You can now buy either of these farms on a reasonable small down payment with annual installments on a long term amortized contract which amounts to about the same as paying rent. I urge you to see me in regard to owning a farm. Let me explain our AETNA BONDED FEATURE which secures your investment and home. Write or phone me. E. T. Hauptmann Authorized Farm Sales Representative Aetna Life Insurance Company Phone 59 Convith, Iowa or get in touch with your local Realtor. DODGE PITFALLS If you've never built or remodeled a house before, or bought a new roof, you'll find much to puzzle over. Materials? Contractor? Financing? There's no use worrying blindly over these things. We're specially equipped to advise you on euch matters. It's our business. For instance, if you need a new roof, we will «how you Barrett Asphalt Shingles and recommend capable applicators to put them on for you. We can show you why the combination of genuine, fire-safe Barrett Shingles and expert application is your best assurance of a lastingly satisfactory roof. Come in and talk over your house-building, remodeling or repair problems with us. Our build* ing service ia free. Botsford Lumber Company PHONE 256 JIM POOL, We've Plowed a DEMONSTRATION 044, TRACTOR with SELF- EQUIPMENT, , pow*r SOTK at thf prict of 911 ordinary '• ft&ftw tractor. . " •"".'".•••* ~ f ~~ 6 CYLINDER SMQOTHNE8S--qwi»t, a modern motor car* NEW ECONOMY g«ar at r«servt pow.r permit* working in t t t THE TIME THE PLACE ... I P, M. THwn&iy, Augwif IT Vipond Farm, U mile west of Jimc* MQH of HVayi I6fj> *nd l| C Driving It is a new and restful sens a T t u H

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