Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1939 · Page 7
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14, 1939, COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, tOWA PAGE ^'is—Some 200 men len attended an an- .rs' meeting of the ECo-operatlve aoclety ter hall last week [financial report for . and three directors Wallace Donovan, TH. J. Sherman. El- Ot the Farmers' Ele-, gave a brief talk ; potion pictures. Sales j or and lumberyard | 6f $209,202.30, of! 1,15 was by the ele- i'.55 by the lumber- Hldman is manager |r; Alfrde Erdman ( of high school Thursday. He spoke on the worthwhile things of life and how to get them. Snrsc Accepts New Job— Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton received word last week Sunday that their daughter Virginia, a nurse, had accepted a position In a hospital at Cleveland, Ohio. i B. II. IloyH Lose nml Win— | The high school basketball teams played Swea City here Wednesday night, and the local firsts lost, 4032, but the local seconds won, ; 13-11. |cy CcrOp Does $209,000 Business in '38 MEET PLACE IARY 6TH C. H. KLAM1', Field east of Swea City, last week Tuesday, and were shown a new boy, born last October 10, named Rob- t . . .ert Charles. There are two other | p" 0 ' u i boys in the family, William, 3, and' .Everett Jr. 7. Everett attends .school at Swea City. Robert ,Charles is a big baby for his age, as he already weighs 19 pounds. * * * * Raymond Reid, who lives at Algona, but is the manager of the Hobarton farmers elevator, has been on this job eight years come June and is still going strong. Hubert Schoby, who lives at Hobar- assistant, and the two are i Tests— oy Scouts have com- sts. Fay Ward was |all his tenderfoot re- Jthers are Irving Al§•• Ralph Bauer, Robert Alncs Married ID Years— •! 'Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alne observed their 19th wedding anniversary Saturday. Mrs. Alne operates a beauty parlor at her home. Other Wesley News. This week Wednesday Mrs. George Aldrleh will be hostess to the Good Will circle of the Methodist Aid. The Willing Workers will meet with Mrs. E. C. Hutchison; the Stitch and Chat Circle, with Mrs. Vee Mullln; the K. Y. N. Circle, with Mrs. K. J. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich entertained their evening bridge club H. W. Zeimet, southeast of Swea carrier on Route 1 out of Ban- City, on one of the M. T. McGUlre croft, was at Swea City last week farms, was cleaning his cow barn Monday, attending a meeting of when we arrived a week ago Sat- the township trustees. Tim meet- urday. He said he had spent four ing was held to determine what to days serving on 'the jury at Al- do about grading the road that gona. Mr. McGuire may build a ,passes William new barn on this farm. He has Warner Beenken's, and the farm PUBLIC SALE As we have decided to quit farming, we will sell the following de- SchadendorfB, scribed property at the farm located one-half mile south of Bancroft, vators have them. They have a recording beam whicft prints the weight of every load, and It Is large enough for all straight trucks, but does not handle semi- trailers. —* Broadcast Via KGLO By Two from Wesley Wesley, Feb. 13—L. L. Lease, county Legion community service chairman, and H. H. Flom Jr. at- tended a joint county Legion*Atu« illary meeting at Cofwith laat week Tuesday evening, aftd Mr. Lease gave a talk on community, service. He spoke on, the same subject via radio station KO-LO, Mason City, one night.last week, and Lavon Gerded played two piano selections on. the same program. ' IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO sell list it in our want ads, and get results. . built or repaired and repainted the ,where Herbert Trenary lives. This on paving 169, just west of the - ' ' • • ' ' • - • Bancroft cemetery, on THURSDAY, FEB. 16 Sale Starts at 12:30 O'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds I UK A I) OF WORSES — 4 Black gelding, smooth mouth, wt. 1400; roan gelding 7 yrs. old, wt. 1650; strawberry roan mare in foal, coming 5, wt. 1500; strawberry roan gelding, 3 yrs. old, wt. buildings on the other farms he .road is on Andy's route, and Is owns. H, W. showed us 26 fine .very bad when wet. Andy was j Duroc Jersey brood sows which he therefore naturally interested in ' kept for this season. Last year he-setting it looked after, raised 80 hogs. He has only high- * grade hogs. Henry, who is some-] We called last week Tuesday at what of a joker, said a newspaper ' Reinhard Potthoff's, 5% miles is like a woman: every man should .northwest of Bancroft. 'The farm have one of his own and not be ,where he lives is part of the Pott- running to the neighbors. When .hoff estate, and it consists of 200 we were ready to leave he re- acres. Reinhard has 17 brood sows marked that it was worth a. dollar and is milking six cows. Mrs. Poll- to have this writer call! hoff said she had had a letter from * * * * i her mother, Mrs. Christine Gor- At A. J. Peterson's, northwest of .hard, who now lives at Glendale, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Swea City, we found him and his ,Calif. Mrs. Gerhard has lived there Dawson won high, and George Aid- boy cleaning out a stall where irard Johnson, Robert rich won a valentine prize. Mrs. I they keep calves. They haul the Sterling Leas&, Thay- Leo Bleich will entertain her af- j manure out to a' fIp.lil RVP.VV time Mullin, Robert 0'- erald Studer, and ner. Vee Mullin and |hur Bottom helped the llroop has been given §45. At this week's ol leaders and assist- fbe elected. |n Years Wed— Tuesday relatives ^Gordon Giddings home led baskets to help Mr. liddinga celebrate their ttg anniversary. Attend- §nd Mrs. Carl Hansen, Theron Hansen, Mr. aymond Hansen, Mr. C. Giddings, Mr. and Giddings. The group |Mr. and Mrs. Giddings jffof dishes. plete 25 Years- went to Des Moines iTuesday to attend a Idealers' convention till gdnesday evening he was banquet at the Savery Jdealersi who have been fpf the state association le and his brother L. L. the hardware business ears ago. ternoon bridge club this, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter and Mrs. Vincent Doughan, with the la tier's two children, went to Minneapolis for two days, the Kleinpeters to attend a furniture convention, Mrs. Doughan and the children to visit relatives. Mrs. A. M. Lease entertained the Study club at a valentine party Thursday, nine attending. Club guests had been invited, but because of a snowstorm Mrs. Al Wagner was the only one who braved the weather. Mrs. Dorothy Bender had a visit from her mother, Mrs. King, at Havelock, last week. Mrs. Bender had spent the week-end before with her mother, who then came .'here with her. 1 The Methodist W. H. M. S. met with Mrs, Charles Kraus Friday nine members attending. Mrs. E C. Hutchinson gave the lesson, anc Mrs. Tony Ostercanvp conducted devotions. i' ar- manure oul lo a field every lime week they clean Iheir barn. Thai sounds letter than a high steaming dung- leap in the barnyard. * * * A week ago Saturday we called j were hatched by hens. We asked at P. J. Holcomb's, northwest of j Leonard how come hens would set Swea City. This family is enjoying a practically new house. Mr. Holcomb remodeled the old house last year. There are now three houses in the neighborhood built in the last few years. One is the Thompson house, across the road from Holcomb's, and another the 11—HEAP OF CATTLE—11— six years, and she likes the cli-| male. There had been enough Five milking 'Shorthorn cows, all frosl Ihere to kill flowers. | fresh but one; 3 steers, coming 2 * * * i yrs. old; 2 steers, coming 1 yr. . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. John- old; 1 heifer, coming 1 yr. old; eon, south of Bancroft, already some small calves, have 100 baby chicks and they u D URO (', JERSEY BROOD SOWS To farrow in April. Millet and soybean hay and some', Louis Thoreson house, a half mile nrth. Mr. Holcomb, who is some joker, reminds us of Charles McCarthy, for after he had given us an order for "his paper he said lie was sorry we had called! * * * * Arthur Peterson, northwest of Swea City, was feeding early fall at this time of year, and he claimed that his housekeeper just talked alfalfa hay, all in barn. Several ,to Ihe hens, then put 110 eggs under them, and they went right to work. # * # * Paul Selberg, northeast of Swea ,City, has been working for Elmer hundred bushels of ear corn. .Distworth two years, but will move .to Ihe Fred Selberg farm, north-! SEXTON feet for Pastors— Arthur Bottom attend- iay meeting of Metho- |ers and laymen at Sioux it week Tuesday and •There was visitation ch institutions there: 4e college, the Methodist [the Wall street Mission od Will Industries. 'Company threshing machine, 32- ire. cylinder Rumley machine, 20- horse steam engine, lank and wagon and drive bell, 16x32 threshing machine shed. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 'McCormiok-Deering 15-30 traclor; McCormick-Deering Farm-All, on rubber; McCormick J D. mounted 2- row corn picker; McCor.-D. "Little Genius" 3-bot. 14-in. tractor plow; into" his'hog ho'use last week'Tues- MoCor.-D. 8-ft. binder; Mc'Cor.-D. Pigs"when we"saw" him fast'Veek day, when we saw him. He had corn planter about 100 rods of Monday. We looked ihem over, and b °"Sht 17 Spotted Poland China wire; John Deere 15-ft. disc 2 yrs, all of Arthur's stock shows good sows from Tony Kollasch, and old; Western Sprocket roller, 15- care. He lives on his father's half these ar e a fine lot. Mr. Gettman «., year old; 10-ft. spring tooth said he has always raised good harrow; Galloway portable eleva- hogs, except last season, when.his tor : Mc'Cor.-D. 1-row corn picker; did not do well. 'He figures engate seeder; Buckeye broadcast a complete change is 1 a good Ihing in slock, so he had a family The ihey t Mi hav^two children. j iHenry Gettman, northwest of Ledyard, was putting dry bedding seclion, and there is a new corn crib on it, for Arthur raised a big crop last year. He and his wife have two children, a girl and a boy. The girl, who is the elder, is allending school al Swea Cily, and ' move !n t° Ms lenanl house. the boy, who helps Dad, is slill too,' amllv . Is'named S_choll, and Jet Soil Checks— [jconservallon compliance pr the Wesley vicinity en out Friday at the Ex- Btate bank. Because of her and roads, many farm- tunable to come to town. is will be at the county Ition office at Algona from i Mrs. Sim Bebls and daughter Dolores spent Monday and Tuesday at Creno Shipley's at Graettinger. Mrs. Shiley is a sister of Mrs. Bemis. Mrs. Katy Jenette left Wednesday evening for Ames to' attend the wedding of a niece at Colo Thursday morning. She spent Wednes- I day night with her brother Demy I Molliette, near Ames. A home project meeting was to be held this week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Hartley. There are four assistant hostesses. The lopic was Feeding Ihe Sick. Edilh Greenfield spent Wednesday at Dale Thompson's, a half east of town. Janette went to Colo young to go to school. seeder ; 10-ft. disc; 2-row 4-horse culti valor; 2-row 3-horse cultiva- to" 1 : 2 -row surface cultivator; 21™* cultivators; sulky plojv; walk»"& plow; 4-sec. harrow; 3-sec. harrow and cart; 10-tft. hay rake; els "Game Night"— I; Night", sponsored by the IT. A., was to 'have taken jmrsday night .in the new lim, but was postponed be- ithe bad weather. Both the |nd the parochial schools osed Friday because of a accompanied by a nigh plls Hear Hamilton— Jamllton, of the Hamilton college at Mason City, annual visit to the local last week Friday to be a bridesmaid at the wedding of a cousin Thursday morning. Bobby Dedrick, son of the Clarence Dedj-lcks, was an overnight guest of Dean Taylor Wednesday. The boys attend the Sexton school. Mrs. Dale Thompson received word Wednesday that her brother- in-law, Howard Massion, Corwlth, would have a second operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Two weeks ago he underwent an operation. His second operation was for removal of his gallbladder and a growth in his stomach. 1 came from Salem, S. D. There are , three small children. The Scholia We had a visit with Mrs. Victor Jived on a farm in South Dakota, \ wide tire wagon with good 34-in Johnson, north of Swea City, lasl but could not raise a crop of grain jhox; steel,.wheel wagon^with rack; | week Monday. Mr. Johnson died of any kind in five yeai-s, so Iowa' * ""' " * " """ lv - a few monlhs ago. Mrs. Johnson Jooks mighly good to them, iplans to keep on farming. The man' , TT ,. ,,****, „ „ , who works for her has worked)' Walter Meyer is the U. S. tire .there six years. He is a good work- j m . an ,. at , Algona. With Mrs. Meyer, er and knows how to manage. r the httle dau s nter Dolores, 5, and * * * » the son Vernon, 3, Walter attended Louis Appelt, north of Swea! ,a recent U. S. tire convention al i nuents wilh your banker. No prop- Cily, was washing Ihe dinner dish- ! ,the Fort Des Moines hotel. Thisi ertv removed until settled for. es when we were at his place laat'-waa some treat for the family, week Monday. He and Ms sur. |Mrs. Meyer remarked that she pre- fetch it" at present. Thu house-'iferred to take her children along' keeper they had last year is a i rather lhaii leave them at home, nurse, and she has taken up nurs- i Vernon will perhaps be a lire man UBLIC AUCTION I will sell the following described property on my farm 4 miles south and 4 miles east of Algona, or 2 miles east of Irvlngton, or V< mile east and 2 miles north of Galbraith on Friday, Feb. 17 Sale to Begin Promptly at 11:30 Lunch served by Irvington Ladies Aid 138 Head of Hogs 138 Consisting of 28 Duroc Jersey gilts bred for March and April farrow. All sows have been double treated for cholera. Bred to the famous blood lines of Ben Weeks herd at Laurens, Iowa. Sows are the easy feeding type with heavy hams, bone, deep sides and low set. Have been fed a balanced ration with minerals which should be assurance of strong healthy pigs. 110 fall pigs will weigh from 60 to 125 Ibs. All pigs double treated for chorera and a real bunch of feeders. Have been a Duroc Jersey breeder for over 20 years and you will find these 138 head to be some of the best Durocs that will go into a farm sale. 2 Head Of Cattle if American separator, 800-lb. capacity; double tub washing machine; j 3 electric motors, half, third, andi quarter h. p.; Witle 5 h. p. engine; and many olher arlicles. TERMS—Cash, or make arrange- One roan yearling heifer, wt. 400 Ibs. bred Brown Swiss bull. One Brown Swiss heifer, 15 months old, bred to a pure Head of Horses One grey team of mares, wt 1500 each. Smooth mouth. One red roan 2 year old gelding, broke, sound, wt. 1550. Good wind. Real good work pair. 8—BRED EWES—8 100—WHITE LEGHORN HENS—100 ing again. * * * * Andy Deitering, the faithful mail some day. We were at Everetl Kelley's, j J. P. Mousel Farm. & Traders Sav. Bank, Clerk Lou Ma tern, Auctioneer Machinery One 8 ft. John Deere binder; Wenzelman 40 ft. steel corn dump, with powered jack and 16 ft. telescope spout; one Milwaukee corn binder; one Climax silage cutter, good condition; one 999 John Deere planter; one six ft. John Deere mower; one two bottom 14" LaCrosse tractor plow; one 9 ft. Rock Island disc; one Emerson disc; one high-wheeled wagon; one four-wheel trailer with four new tires; 2 McCormick-Deering corn plows; one single hole hand corn shell- er, new; 2 hog feeders; hay rack; one 1% h. p. Fairbanks-Morse engine; pump jack; Hudson tank heater; four hole laundry stove; three hole oil burner stove like new; six good kitchen chairs; one 5 ft. one man saw. TERMS—Cash or if time is desired, see the clerk before the sale or at the sale, erty to be removed until settled for. Colwell Bros.. Auctioneers No prop- John F. Weber Iowa State Bank, Clerk og Raisers r improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein implement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes |ther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA |!l!llfllllllllll!l!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM I It's the Price You Receive at I the Elevator that Counts • ; • ' ... • • . I * The following figures represent an actual record of all corn, a total of 34 car loads, shipped from our elevator from I November 1 to December 15, 1938. All information obtained from Certified Inspector's report as shown by destination • addresses. ! PROOF that MULLINS HYBRIDS are Adapted to Your Locality These Yields Were Made oh Average Farms, Under Average Conditions—Not on Spec ial Plots. Premium Corn ublic Auction -ON- Tuesday, February 21 we will offer at Public Auction 45 Head of Poland China Sows Bre4 for March ai*d April farrow. ^e entire offering is of the best ot quality and jree<Hng and includes 25 granddaughters of the champion so.w Queep, Marie. Write for catalog. I. F. OLERICH & SONS $717.60 Loss Due to Excess Moisture $717,60 Kind of Hybrid Mullins Hybrid Mullins Hybrid Mullins Hybrid Iowa No. 931 Iowa No. 931 Iowa No. 931 Iowa No. 931 Iowa No. 931 Mullins Hybrid and White Mixed __. White Open Pollin. Hybrid No. 4 Hybrid No. 3 Hybrid No. 3_—__. Open Pollinated Hybrid No. 2 Hybrid No. 2___ Hybrid Np. 5 Hybrid No, 5 . Hybrid No. 3 Hybrid No. 2_^____. Hybrid No. 2 Open Pollinated -— Outside Mixed Hybrid No. 2 Hybrid No. 1- Mixed Car Outside Mixed Mixed Car Hybrid No, 3 Mixed Car ___ Mixed Car — Outside Mixed Hybrid No. a. w — Moisture 15 IF 5 15.3 14.3 15.3 15.2 14.8 15.1 15.4 15.2 15.0 17.5 15.8 16 16 17.2 17.2 16.3 17 16.4 16 17,8 18.6 13.2 19.7 18 18.6 17.9 19 19 17.9 18.8 17,7 Grade 2 Yellow 2 Yellow 2 Yellow 2 Yellow 2 Yellow 2 Yellow 2 Yellow 2 Yellow X 2 Mixed 2 White 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow 3 Yellow v 4 Yellow 4 Yellow -1 Yellow 4 Yellow Yellow Yellow 4 Yellow 4 Yellow 4 Yellow Yellow Yellow Discount Per Bushel 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 % 2 2% Va % 2 2 4 4 4 4 21/2 3% 2%' 31/3 Sample (Damaged) 6Vg Weight Per Bushel 57.5 Ibs. 56 Ibs. 57 Ibs. 60 Ibs. 56 Ibs. 57.5 Ibs. 57 Ibs. 57 Ibs. 55 Ibs. 54 Ibs. ' 55.5 Ibs. 54.5 Ibs. 55.5 Ibs. 55 Ibs. 56 Ibs. 55.5 Ibs. 56.5 Ibs. 55 Ibs. 56 Ibs. 56 Ibs. 52.5 Ibs. 54.5 Ibs. 55 Ibs. 56 Ibs. 54.5 Ibs. 54 Ibs. 53 Ibs. 54.5 Ibs. 54.5 Ibs. 54.5 Ibs. 55.5 Ibs. 54 Ibs. 56 Ibs. Car Number 708825M 717036M 715689M 718413M 705824M 700570M 708806M 715940M 708023M 716390M 700312M 706420M 728697NYC /06416M 706622M 701993M 703197M 710368M 703979M 702335M 713060M 712710M 706654M 706558M 706999M 710184M 700281M 703790M 708816M 703527M 703356M 7Q6343M 716084M Destination Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Minneapolis Minneapolis Milwaukee Minneapolis Minneapolis Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Milwaukee Chicago Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis . Minneapolis Minneapolis. Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Minneapolis Chicago Inspector's Number B10954 B12993 B11212 B12405 B10956 B14730 B16194 B11213 N3 N83 B12485 B14580 N99 23811 B13233 N85 33 N4 N4 B18758 6070 B12678 B12682 B09898 B12489 B39384 B14007 B39386 B39606 B39387 B1285? B13003 N3954 Anderson Grain and I ona, Iowa ' . A Xs5i • :.'»\v

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