Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 9
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3. 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE SBV«M H. Becker ttepvblicnn Nominee for Bounty Recorder married, the father of two children, and trained for this office. Lnort and vote will be greatly appreciated. R 'opponent Is nsWng for n fourth term. F. L. THORPE Republican Candidate for CSerk of Court Kossuth County For First Term GORWITH CHILD IS GASHED IN FALL ON GLASS Corwith, Nov. 2— Little Larry Kraft, the 22-mortth-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kraft, was L4RMS K-, 1w When we called last week „„.-, Thursday on Albert Klein, northi of badly cut on his face nnd neck i Lone Rock, and found him painting last week at his parent's home. his silo, we asked why he wasn t The child was standing on a at the corn-picking contest, and he chair, and had just, finished drink; I said it was too close to home. Aling « glass of milk. He attempted I berl likes to joke, but he takes to hund the glass to his mother, good care of his farm. He lives and in doing so, lost his balance' only 11 miles from Ringsted. He :ind fell to the floor. I said that if the contest had been in The glass was shattered, and the! Illinois he might have gone. You pieces cut several gashes on the can't most always sometimes tell little boy. He was taken the the when Albert is joking, and when doctor, where pieces of glass were j he ain't, but we like to talk with removed from his face and neck. cob, and the rows are 55 kernels In length. George also raises English shepherd dogs, and there are seven little puppies on the place now, but all have been sold. There is always a demand for good shepherd dogs. These are purebreds. * # # * Wm. Knoll, southeast of Lone Rock, was putting a new inside grain elevator into his corn crib j when we saw him last weekj^ n( j An old elevator had Pnstor Welcomed Methodists held Wednesday. YOUR VOTEFOK HIRAM B. WHITE for minister, the Rev. and Mrs. Karl W. Or. Heller, who are beginning l.lieir fourth year in Corwith. .The program consisted of songs, the cooperation of the official board was pledged by H. 0. Chambers, ! and the Rev. Mr. Miller's expres- | .sod belief this would be a success: ful year. The evening was spent i in games in charge of Hazel Her- (sfhberger, Mrs. Donald Dean, and ' Mrs. John Mullins. Mrs. Francis Kee played the piano for the singing that closed the entertainment, efresments were served in charge of Mrs. Clifford Applega'te, Mrs. lara Patterson* and Mrs. Fred arnum. I him anyway. * * * * Itnck— John Johannesen, north of Lone reception Fri-lRock, was greasing his corn-pick- • ' • — •--•' last week he would Some corn i»it;iinmicH« u«iu cL I uuc-Jiuuil i' I i j ivu^n, IT ivo 13. v-«"«>o (lay evening to welcome back their er when we arrived minisipv. thp. Uov. nnd Mrs. Karl Thursday, and he sal Thursday, and he said start picking Friday, for the hogs had served out its time, completely worn out, almost like the one- horse "shay" the poem tells a*bout. Mr. Knoll likes to keep his machinery, as well as all the rest of his equipment, right up-to-date. hand. John was been picked not feeling by his ;OUNTY ATTORNEY WILL ASSURE A Fair, Impartial and Economical Administration of the Duties of the Office. * * * * La*t week Tuesday, when we called at A. H. Hanna's, south ot Lone Rock we did not find Mr. Hanna at home, for he is on the conservation board, and is kept' busy all of the time. But. his brother Everett and two hired men were there, busy as bees as they picked corn with a two-row picker. * * * * .T. P. Lieb, west of Lone Rock, was picking corn last week sum me uu>, wuunc uu...» .„ — , Wednesday. We'll be using the j lyn, is only seven months old. The words "picking corn" a lot now f or | Krosches own their .160-acre farm, a few weeks, for that is the princi-1 and they improve it best part of last week, 'hut he was | better Thursday and was going to, be ready for hard work next morning. * * * # Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Krosch, northwest of Ledyard, have two children, a girl and a boy. They named the girl Marlyn. She is 3, and the boy, whose name is Mer- we came along last week Tuesday.! •»»•»»»•»•»« They had finished picking corn on ——————— the home farm and were going to! a field they rent. The Dreyers are well known people in west central Kossuth. They are an active, Industrious family and make them- leves felt in the community. * * * * Art Goeke, southeast of Elmore, who wag at his brother Lawrence's Friday, unloading corn, said the, ,1ob would soon be done. More than 1 . 9,000 bushels had been picked from [ 180 acres. There was not crib) room enough, BO some slat cri'b-| blng had been set up. It Was! planned to shell what was stored, in outside cribs. j * * * * j Earl Lauritzen, southeast of Lone Rock, was unloading corn | with a No. 12 scoopshovel when we j' saw him last week Wednesday. He; his brother-in-law, Mr. Tietz,! who lives across the road, help j oaoh other. They were picking, with a single-row picker mounted j on an old Fordson tractor. Earl i said they bought the old tractor j second-hand and paid only $22 for . it. That was a good buy, for it was doing fine work. When the, corn is being picked at Earl's place Mrs. Tietz drives the team for the corn wagon, and when tha! picking is at the Tietz farm Mrs. j Lauritzen drives it. It's quite a; family give-and-take scheme all i around, and it works out to the j satisfaction of everybody concerned. PIONEER CORN tkfa Section Pioneer Leads In Early Drying Qualities — according to figures in a 1937 Emmet County com yield test. PIONEER HYBRIDS develop long type ears, medium narrow kernels, with small cob, and ability to dry more rapidly. fcelotu Show Gout i* 3.5 Period VOTE FOR uxiliiiry Is KntcrtaintMl— A county meeting of the Legion Vuxiliary wag held at the Legion a.11 a week ago Monday evening with 61 registered. The program onsisted ot talks on the conven- ion at Los Angeles, by Mrs. Stra- ee, of Garner, and Mrs. Russell liggle, of Corwith; trio, Maxine 'erkins, .Teanette Woods and Gayle Thompson, with accompaniment by Esther Smith. A lunch was served by Mrs. Peter Jacobs, Mrs. Stierm Page. Mrs. James fabb, and Mrs. Clarence Robinson. T'iiino TCcoitiil Ts Given— Marie Halligan presented her piano pupils in a recital last week Saturday afternon at the Glen Francis home. Those who took nart are Leonard Studer, Geraldine Stephens, Beverly Muis, Donovan Studer. Arlene Francis. Ellen Loots and Mario Halligan. Three SOUKS were sung by Gene, they improve it some every year. We noticed that they keep everything up in fine shape. They also rent 260 acres, so Mr. Krosch is one of the county's busiest farmers. He has 40 sows and. 150 fail pigs. M. C. raises four varieties of corn, besides some popcorn. He said he had finished picking corn. , pal business on farms now. A of the Liebs rents land across the road, owned by Carl Prdebe, Fenton, who has had a new corn crib huilt. This is the first new buildInn: on the place, there being no other buildings. You see lots of new corn cribs 1 ' on Kossuth farms this fall, a tribute to our immense corn crop. At that there is much corn in temporary cribs. ! * *'* * ! We stopped briefly last week •Ralph Hurlbert, southwest of Lone Rock, does custom corn-picking with his two-row picker, and last v""k Wednesday he said he Tuesday at Otto Wichtendahl's. had picked as much as 1500 bush-j Otto h"s the first farm north of the els of corn in a day with his out- ' Lotts Creek .store, on the west side fit The field where he was work-'o r the road. He and Mrs. Wich- Ing was going 90 bushels to the tendahl were picking corn by hand. acre. This report ought to make | They have a fine crop, and they the eyes of readers of this page in j were picking the field clean. We Ho. 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 some other states "bulg out" a lit- le. * * * * At George Bannick's, north Donna Marie Widen by Betty and Ellen ITE FOOTBALL THIRD HOME HIGH SCHOOL GAME Benny and and a due! Loots. Dr. AValloy is Recovering-Dr. P. E. Walley, practicing at Corwith, is a patient at the Masoi City Mercy hospital. It was be lieved at first he was suffering from typhoid fever, but it was lat ! er learned lie has a non-serious in testinal disorder. It is expected he home very soon. Other Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson Lotts Creek store, the family had I them and other farmers who really company last week Wednesday. Mr. count a lot more than the much- Bamiick's father from Renwick was there, 'but he was just leaving when we drove into the yard. The house on this 'farm is pebble-dash- ' could see few "ribbons" on their load. We like to meet a hardworking couple like Mr. and Mrs. ofiWichtendahl. It is people like talked-of politicians * * * * T-Tpnry ' H. Madetzke, who lives southeast of Elmore, has one of the ed, and the color did not suit farms we like to visit, where yards George, who "repainted" it in) and everything else' are kept in white cement, using a large paint- i presentable shape. There are some brush. As a result the house now'' nrettv evergreens on the place. We looks like new. j f ound Mr. Madetzke and his two * * * * I bovs unloading corn that they haa George Sanders, south of El- nicked un in the field alter a pick- more, showed us his fine Hamp-1 er had been used. They were done shire hogs Friday. He-has 80 of with their coriHpicking. Every them in the feed lot. He raises a', farmer heaves a sigh of relief when few purebred boars every year; jthat job is behind him also purebred shorthorn cattle, i * * * * George is an old-timer. He said he | R. 0. Dreyer, who lives east o had raised white Iowa Silver Mine th« Lotts Creek store, and his two corn 42 years. He has an ear that hov.« were doing some repair work J. C. Skow Republican candidate for KOSSUTH COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE Your vote and support will be appreciated. klgonavsEagle Grove High School Athletic Field—8 p. m. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 Emission 35c and 25c Support * our Team entertained the latter's sisters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Dick De •! Boost, of Waterloo, and Mr. ami • Mrs. W. G. Hoofnagle, of Dallas •| Center, Saturday and Sunday. • i Oilier guests Sunday were, a bro- *'ther and w'ife, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. B Becker, of Dallas Center, Mr. and SiMrs. De Rae Godfrey and Robert, 5'of Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Harold. 1 5 i Evans and Betty Lou, and Mr. and 5 Mrs. Lee W. Williams and Gary • Lee. Si Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen and • •Donna Marie drove to Fort Dodge • i last week to consult a doctor • about Donna Marie's arm, badly • 'broken last fall. They were giv- • ( en a favorable report. They also • 'met their daughter Helen, who • .has been visiting the past two • I weeks with friends at Des Momes. Helen returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith entertained a group of friends and relatives from Minneapolis Saturday night and Sunday. Other Sunday guests were the Bunting family of Crystal Lake, and the Paulson family, of Britt, with relatives from Forest City and Algona. To Show Cattle at the Chicago 'Expo Chicago, Nov. 1—Kossuth county's first entries for the 1938 International Livestock Exposition, to be held at the Chicago Dockyards COIll ^tti VtJtU ft. iLtJ ucto cm co-* »-»***•• ••«' .- •• t has 30 rows of kernels around the | on then- two-tow corn picker whei 1937 Corn Yield Test Plot in Emmet County Moisture Percentage Variety Oct. 3 Oct. 28 Change PIONEER 355 A 22.8 15.0 7.8 PIONEER 357 24.2 17.0 7.2 PIONEER 355 .....21.4 17.3 4.1 PIONEER 322 26.9 17.5 9.4 PIONEER 358 27.2 18.0 9.2 PIONEER 315 27.2 18.5 7.7 PIONEER 335 27.8 19.5 8.3 PIONEER 323 24.5 18.7 5.8 3 PIONEERS (average) 25.25 17.68 7.57 3 14 COMPETITIVE HYBRIDS (average) 25.56 20.5 5.06 4 PLAN YOUR 1939 CORN STORAGE NOW. PURCHASE FAST DRYING PIONEER HYBRID SEED CORN AT ONCE R. I. MAWDSLEY, BUrt, lowu I PAUL PHILLIPS, Lu Verme, Iowa JOE MATERtf, Wesley, Iowa WALTER YAUDT, Wluttemore, la. W. A. MURRAY, Bancroft, Iowa LOUIS WEHRSPAff, WMttemore GEO. P. HAWCOTT, Bnrt, Iowa ED EDWARDS, Ottose*, Iow» HAROLD V. .TONES, Swca City, In. LEDYARD Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and the son Duane were Sunday dinner guests at Lu Verne of 'Mrs. Peter Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thompson. Mrs. August rived Saturday -for a few days with the Lars Skaars. Lars and Clarence are cousins. Mrs. J. A. Bargar, who stayed with her grandsons, the Edw. Knoner youngsters, while Mrs. Knpher was at a hospital, returned to her home at Lakota Saturday. ey home. Mrs. ived at Lu Verne. Mrs. Martha Gable, Mrs. Edw. i Reece, and Mre. Max Nitz visited \. ( the school in No. 6, taught hy Cleo Snrank formerly Gable, Monday afternoon. Miss Ga- bpianK. loiineuy ^ ^ ^^ puplls and she and . The Max Nltzes drove to Minne- , the children gave a Halloween pro- ' 1Y11 • till"- *»*»«• ««.-*-— - Ki«^5iS54S«*g Irene Dyer was a business call-j their son er at Swea City Saturday. J The first, second, and third grade pupils presented a program at 10 a. m. Friday, and parents attended. Miss Kesler was sick w|th ton- silitis Monday and was unable to teach. Mrs. Wilson Brack substi- , were dinner guests Weber sTd Island, ' orot ^, 80n Ray, Elmer Weber, Ada, Minn., and Carlyn Weiler, Minneapolis, were Sunday visitors at Robert Weiler's. The Lakota Lutheran mission- November 26-December 3, made this week by Ben G, Wesley. Mr. Studer will exhibit Studer, Ear Corn We are now buying ear corn Anderson Grain & Coal Co. eii purebred Shorthorn cattle m the competitions for this breed at this largest of the continent s live- sock shows, which will be held here for the 39th time this fall. VLGONA, IOWA Lone Rock A VOTE FOR WILSON "GOVERNOR is a Voteior— schoolhouse Friday night. Receipts totaled $44. Harold Albright and Connie^ spent the week-end with i j^ ( '|ij ii_fi icioij ?» V^M. i.« —« v • aaugnw Marjory,'members attending. An offering of an operetta presented jit the Bancroft^ ^ ^ Q ^ ^ De _ loris'were Sunday visitors at the I uonme spent parental John Meyers home. Mrs. i Mrs Mildred Meyers, in a way unknown, had a Simpson, Seneca. The women are knee^ured and is unable^ u£ Clarence Skaar, De Kail., 111., ar-|ui. until U a. m. Farm-to-Market roads, tional taxes. without addi- 2 Elimination of useless bureaus and commissions at the state house in Des Moiiies. 8 Real tax reduction. 4 Elimination of fanner tenancy, with a program that gives every farmer an opportunity to own a farm. Violet Larson, who attends the Hamilton business college. Mason City, spent the week-end at Arthur Battle Sprank, her children and Anna Ptelg were Sunday dUmei guests at G J. Burfs, near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Burt were Friday visitors here. Mr and Mrs, Henry Kressln, W ho had been visiting the Alex RadiEs and Mrs. Dora Laabs. left Saturday for their home at Pasadena, Calif. VOTE FOR A. R. CRUIKSHANK FOR SUPERVISOR of AlGOtf A, UNION, P1UM CREEK Your support will be greatly appreciated. A farm member of the assessment and review. state board of VOTE FOR FRED S. OEI6EL Of Irvington PLANT •?MULUNS'HYBRID! CORWITH, IOWA The TOWW PROTECTED BBID, Time-Tested to* Ity, Yiejd. *nd Quality. order now a«4 6 Industrial use of agricultural products. 7 A sensible conservation program. 8 Keep schools out of politics: maintain a high standard of school efficiency with indirect tax support. 9 Protection for home owned merchants* 10 Adequate old age pensions — not 3» st "half a loaf." 11 Home rule, return of government to local authorities. GEORGE A. WILS01S Republican Candidate for Governor, f ' SAYS: "I shall oppose to the utmost any higher tax on gasoline, or higher license fees on motor vehicles," The planning board of the present administration at the State House is on record favoring another one-cent tax on gasoline. Vote against higher gasoline taxes or This ad paid for by friends of George

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