Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1939 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1939
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ICK DEALER KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOOKA. 10WA PRICED Coach Sedan roiet Sedan Sednn .... — WOMEN SEW QUILT FOR AUXILIARY , ;Fenton, Mar. 27— A quilting bee was held at Mrs. Sam Warners laat \veek Tuesday, Wednesday, nnd Thursday afternoons. The ti:rte wad spent sewing on a flower garden (JUllt which belongs to the "Auxiliary. Helping were Mesdames Chas. Glaus, Emma RUSKC John Newel, John Kramer, George Boettcher, W. E. Triage, Earl -De in R C. Fauerhy, H. B. Theesfli Id John Qamenz, Edw. Ohm, W. II Holldorf, Hans Baago, Artliur Mueller, and Rex Wolfe, the latter of RoWe. _ Honor Roll Is Posted— The honor roll for the second six | weeks of the second semester includes Kathryn Ohm, Mario Milchell, Iris Zwiefel, Melvin Berkeland, I Anna Marie Mitchell, 'Betty Inn | Meyers, La Vonne Newel, Bitty Jean Schwartz, Margery Brown, Louise Dreyer, and Ivadell Bolte, 3rove, came Wednesday morning 1 ;o visit at Joe Hel'gevold's. Mre. Schaeffer Is Mrs. Helgevold's mother. Colleen Coofler, Algona, spent Wednesday with her grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. G, 'Waterman, Ruth Dreyer loft Wednesday for Fort Dodge to visit a few days with her slater Alice. Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod and Mary Alice, of Whittemore, visited 'with friends here Friday. Mrs. Jennie Jensen spent Thursday with her sister Mrs. Anna Osborn. , Dorothy Dreyer, Donald Bergejon, Virginia Berkeland, 'Helen P TERMS! TRADE! EASY TEBMSI IJIJLSONJO. Bertha Qolberg, Edna Elmers, N ary I Ann Boton, Pauline Frank, Lucille jyle and .rtl, professionals:' 'Fhe "burgles' "also 1 ** I Meyer, Mildred Faulstich, Welsbrod, Shirley Frank, Phyllis Frank. j Township llooth Superior— The Achievement day for ALGONA I Alto county was held. Wedne (day at the K. C. hall in EmmetsVurg, and 24 from Independence township attended. Independence tiwn- superlor, the REWRITES Urlefs snminarl/.lng principal news in Tuesday's Upper ]>es Molnos. P.. II. KI/AMI', Field Aage Hansen, who lives on the Kuhlman farm, south of Irvington, ting better. Everett had 1 been de horning some calves and he looked was feeding the cowa a week ago; like ho had smallpox for some of Monday when we called. He is! the blood had hit hte face while he milking 20 cowa at present. He'was dehorning these calves. A lions last year. Now she is feeling much better, but does not do all »f her housework. Mr. Smidt remarked that he was certainly glad to have mother up and around again. » * * * Louis Nitz, east of Ledyard, was at home Thursday. He buys stock In that neighborhood and, as rule is on the road buying. landlord's share. William raise* a lot of corn, and also has 20 fine 1 Duroc Jersey sows. There are not as many Duroc 'hogs as there was a few years ago. William remarked that they seemed to be going out of style. * * * *, ... i George Hawcott, north of Burt, a' and his son Wallace were dishing It | out ground feed to their cows. ruie is on iuc i-uau. UUJ...B. . happened the y insurance adjuster ] They have fine Guernsey cows, and " ' keep a purebred Brown 1 Swiss bull at the head of the herd. Mr. Hawcott says this gives a good strain farms on a 50-50 basis. * * » * Harry Felter moved March 1 onto the Mrs. Harry Lewis farm northeast of Irvington. They have done some decorating in the house, and Mrs. Lewis has had the build-i Ings wired for electric lights.^They Po °^ le farmer certainly gets al-1 kinds of experience. * * * * W. C. Heiter, northwest of Lone was there to adjust a loss on their school bus which burned a short time ago. * * * * Klaas Risius, southeast of Lakota, was hauling manure, for he cleaned out his hog feed lot. He keeps his yard and barns clean, but the ground was too soft to use the spreader. He was hauling *.pA(*i>HiMi of n*lk caws and a large* One of the cows dropped '&' CAM that afternoon and It Is a d&hdy. Wallace had four 4-H calves and they show that he knows how to feed them. They had six of their purebred black Poland China sowfl farrow ptes last week. The six sows have 45 pigs. George raisesi big hogs. One of the• sows was out in the yard, and it will weigh more than 800 Ibs. They raise good stock on this farm. . . eer, . Rock, was sitting behind the heat-j with a wagon and spread the man- ' _ _-_ - - .. ! ...... ....Ill-, i'Vin -Prtiilf 111* n r\nt\ lid Oil. Trt | remarked that they sure will en- LOCAL Ot'FICKIia postofflce inspectors are looking for burglars who broke into the Corwlth post- joy the lights. * * * * M. O. Richards, northeast of Lone Rock, likes to keep his drive in fine shape, and he was harrow- wo roe no te orwt post- n ne sape, an e was ar- office last week Tuesday night and ing it last week Monday. His build- stole $120 in cash besides an un- 1 ings and yard are 25 rods from the determined amount of stamps and road. He says he likes this, for bonds. Nltro-glycerine was used to] the chickens and other stock do blow open the safe, and the job is j not get on the highway. thought to have been the work of * * * * he" had n'ot "been! u re with the fork like dad used to 'well"for"some time. Many! do. Mrs. Rlsius also was busy and this spring do not feel j she was rakinig the lawn and load- As a rule Mr. Heiter is out! ing the dead grass onto the wheel- 'alo T stole enough gasoline from a "ear- 1 Lone Rock by g,u, station to carry them a long * * * * Jensen, northwest come t he w B In a week working at something when call there if he Is feeling o. k. * * * * Willis Cotton, at the Cotton hatchery on the north edge of Lone Rock, and his men were busy for they expected chicks to come off and were changing the egg trays in the incubator. * * * * John R. Alke and his sister are the new people who moved onto farm west of Bancroft where Sr. i barrow. The wheelbarrow has a rubber-tired wheel and rolls easily. * * * * Wm. Wlrtjes, on one of Mrs. Hamilton's farms southeast of Lakota, had come home Friday from his brother Herman Wirtjes, who lives the -first place south of him. It is on this farm where there are a number of thousand bushels of 1937 corn in the crib. This is the way. ship's booth rated display being on, lives on a farm southeast of La-j they show good care. He has his kotii, was injured a week ago Sat-1 yard graveled, and anyone can urday, when a tree she was help-, drive lit any time of the year. Mrs. i ing her husband cut down split as Jensen was ironing, and she had the saw was half way through and a fine rose in a rose bowl. The In falling struck her. No bones flower was given to her at an AI- I west" of Ledyard,"informed.' us they were broken, but she was uncon-'gona store and she hoped to keep wei . e ge ttimg what might be spring scious for several hours, and she it nice as long as possible. This f ever) f 0) . jf tne f me we ather kept suffered chest Injuries. Other parts'rose bowl is a special designed „„ -nino. fhov miiriit start Boprllne. pup and the pup got mixed ^i* phalnt . TheSe b ° yS are d J0 " y , , ; « Everett Shipler, who farms with h)s fatner Ralph Shipler, south- Hog Raisers Our improved Trinity Mixture' is the Ideal protein supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA Garment Fit You. Making Your suffered chest injuries. Other parts rose bowl is a special designe so Miss Lowisl ex- of hcr bod >' were bruised, and. she glass. Mrs. Jensen remarked that th ' . , . glass. Mrs. Jensen remarked that the insurance company that owns tension service, Ames, was I the' had to stay in bed several days. he had a rose bowl even if she did the farm ]s bu j.idi ng a new hog I Weis- IWE1UL SKRVICES for Mrs.' not llve In Ca H o I n » a- house as soon as possible. They I City, T _, t wppk Mondav we called on had brou g ht out a lar s e truck load | M lller and hte b rather north- ° E lumber that mornln S- Leon Wor ' ^ are den ' Ledyard, is going to put up judge. Helena and Rached Weis- IWK11AL SKRVICES foi brod demonstrated the dance, tlan- Wm. C. Barger, 87, Swea sel and Gretel. Mra. W. P. Weis-;wcre held.last week Tuesday at brod, county music chairman] 'had the Baptist church there. Her hus- charge of the music. ' '—-' — — -~ J — -'—...-..I Hear Garden Expert Talk- Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Mrs. .- Willrett, Mrs. William Welt of Lone Rock They ' t.. u »„!„...,,. t,.. u . u ,i ,..„...,. i.t.,1 ..~~ east or j^one KOCK. iney are . •...,:• band, one son, and two daughters G eorge-Miller's boys and their tne Dulldm Bare dead. Four daughters, Mrs. - Henry Crossley, Ames, Mrs. Jennie father lives one mile west of them. brod, W-llllctl,, 1W.IO. »villiaui IYCICUHJU, ivil'M. Jl. U. r Ulllll^LUIl, UIIU d, SU11, i and Mrs. Don Weisbrod attenled a, w. H. Barger, all of Swea City, meeting in the public library it Al-| survive, also 22 grandchildren and gona Thursday afternoon. J. B. ' 24 great-grandchildren. Wingert, horticulture specialist,' Ames, talked on perennials In for word * COOD ron lire • 'or men, as well as women. travelers In Feiiton Visit— 'Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umstead Fairmont, visited at H. C. Llnjdsey's a week ago Monday. They return- , |The boys are batching it, but they M. McCrary, Mrs. George Moore,' home and see mo ther, where A. G. Farrington, and a son, tney get a meal> fol . it is . hard to beat mother's cooking. Last year Cyril worked for the Hamilton hcatchery at Titonka, but he likes farming. The boys' had a pair of fine colts hitched to the manure spreader and were hauling manure. The ground seemed to be frozen, and they were doing good work. * * * * When we stopped at Iver Bercum's west of Bancroft on the Harry Godden farm a week ago Monday Mr. Bergum and one of the boys were hauling hay to the At Jasper Smidt's, southwest of Lakota, Mrs. Smidt and the hired girl were doing the washing. Mrs. Smidt has had two different opera- We've never seen a car yet that was damaged by too much oil or lubrication, have you? We do greasing! Johnson's D-X SERVICE ^^,,,,,-r' YOU LL LIKE OUR SERVICE, , - W „ Hollywood, mer and Karel, -sons, survive. The Horans lived here many years, and | for some years before going to the O f coast Mr. Horan conducted 1 an elec- shop- here. „„„„„„„ --„. --. -.-- THE FRKI) HANSELMANS, of d home about two weeks ago from | West Bend, on returning from everal months in Texas and Call- ( church last week Sunday,' discov- born. Another boy was getting the disc ready for < : prin'g work. They Announcement • We wish to announce to the public that we will start a well-drilling and wind mill business in Algona. We have had 26 years in the drilling business, having been located in Belinond for the last 13 years. We handle the standard makes of mills, pumps, tanks, and all kinds of well supplies and water systems. Also we do a general line of repairing. J. J. OLSEN & SON — , . . iv-uv- case reauy lur vi JII "6 «"'"• ornia, visiting the Llndseys son ered, as they drew near, that| a ] so re nt some land near by. 5 ercy and family, at Houston], Tex.,' smoke was pouring from their new > * * * * and with Earl North's in Califor-'home. The firemen were called,! Milton Marlow moved onto -lia. Mrs. North is t<he former Bornice Lindsey. Surprise Vnrly is Given- Truman Johnson was pie; surprised Thursday night liquoring his birthday anniversary, en tables of 500 were in Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnest: ning the couple -prize, and B. johns'on receiving the " normg. concei . n broke down a weak spot in , aid sev- h(j pavjng Qn Call stv(jet Wednes . play, w in , p.vnnlne. nnd t.hn'wheels sank d win- rs. G. . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Bancroft, were out-of-town gue Hirv Uoimcrs is Traiisforrc-il Ray Reimors, son of m: and and Up .santly nome. me iirenieii were uaneu, mmun iTiein^.. «. but in the meantime the Hansel-1 farm east of Lone Rock March 1. mans had found that it was the family dinner which was burning, not the house. This farm is owned by his father, Bert Marlow. They had butchered a hog, and Milton's mother were there to father help and them . ,„,,,.,,„ . , ,„ motner were Liieie iu uci^ LUC.. A TIllR.K belonging to a Texas j cut up the meat . This farm con day evening, and the 'wheels sank ; to the axles. Jacks and other truck.s were required to release it. prize. ; Tho u , uck wag ' heavily ] oa ded. in the asphalt paving which need repairing. TH11EK LAKOTANS will be or- sists of 160 acres, and is a fine piece of land, and every foot of it can be worked. * * * * At Mrs. Tillie Hanna's, south of Lone Rock, last week Monday we Spring has brought out many spots only saw Everett, for Mrs. Hanna had been sick. She is slowly. get- bo you need money to buy pto or truck license, pay luxes or for winter necessities! mi- liberal credit plan per- lits us to take care of the needs of most every borrow- ler, married or single. Terms Arranged to conform to your Income. 1 * * * V I Loans made on Furniture, Livestock, or other personal property . * * * * Autos refinanced— payments reduced Jlnvestigate our Quick MON|EY CREDIT SERVICE without obligation. 1VJ.KOHLHAAS • Algona - Phone ?* I General Insurance Ageacy- Mrs. Henry Rehners, Fentcn, who' ( i a j nec i tomorrow at the Lakota has been employed in the Ford Presbyterian church in a special Hopkins drug store in Mason City • evening service. They are gradu- the last year, was transferred re- atos o f t h e University of Dubuque, cently to Iowa City. Mrs. Reimers, uu i are Virgil 1 Smith, Wilbur Hasan d two children will remain in fie brock, and Norman Frerking, the of the \ ] atter the son of the former pastor Mason City till the end school year. Teachers Attend Inslilufo Teachers attended a eacers ae ».,»......---"- ..... ------ - - _ meeting at Mason City Friday. Dor-', mo AAA program Since Decem- thea Gerhart accompanied turn, Annii Finn, and 'Mr. Ta-'ber three million bushels of corn k 'anK 10 Up to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES i 1'IVTi STOCK I HOUSEHOLD FDENITDBK, ETC Trompt, courteous, confidential service. , IOWA FINANCE CO Molnei Alton* Iowa veiling.' irothorhood 31'cct Plnnned Plans are under way for ram is being arranged. Other Fenton !S T cWs. 'Dr. and .Mrs. J. A. Mueller . u i.. . > daughter Virginia Ruth viited Frilay at of the church, now of Dubuciue. A 90 I'Klt CUNT sign-up of Kossuth farmers is expected for the of Iowa, January NOTICK OF I'UOIUTH • OF WILT. No. 4486. fn District Court, State Kossuth county, ss. term, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament this day, opened, and read, , ^ £ Virginia 1 have been sealed, with $1,600,000 granted in loans. The new set-up lias 11 definite plan for farmers to follow in planting. Cily Thursday j a Broth- LEUYA1U) expects to have a new Plans are under way for a uroti- c . ^ fo) . occupanoy witn _ rhood meeting to be 'htld -Mon i A electrical wiring ay, April 10. The Methodist Aid '' * ™°»t .^^ will serve supper at 7. p. ri. A .pio-, • arr] wiring and roo£ ma - April, isisy, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Al- trona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. Hi., of the, day above mentioned all person's taterested are hereby notified and required to appear, and cause if any they have, why .AIM. 1 rtllU** Vl **»*»»•» **• *-»-^ r terial arrived last week, and the | sa id instrument should not be pro- building, which will be a civic cen- bated and allowed as and _for tne ter, is now being rushed to com- and 'pletion Lake with the J. G DONN1K, 3-year-old son of .Doctor and Mrs. Schaap, was hit by a nay ai-'v-it-nr i^uivi: »ILU «."^ «- —• LU» m»« *—> *-- _ , Burns. Saturday and Sui day they truck from Rockwell City in front visited at Dr. Mueller's brother F.| 0 f the Schaap home Wednesday. .. Mueller's at Independence. Mr. Mueller is the superintendent of chools there. En route home Mon day they visited at Reinbeek with relatives of Mrs. Mueller Mrs. F. P. Newel and fllrs. Free OTTO HAUMAN, Ledyard, was arrested by Sheriff Mathies, Blue Mrs. V. i j . ixewei nuu wi-a. *• i «.»-j Eartll one d ay i as t week and was love Weisbrod entertained at bridge , ed Qn a chal . ge O j taking a mag- at the former's home Thursday at- netQ Qff a U . act0 r belonging to D. ternoon, and four tables were in D Mui . pnv all a. installing it on his play, High score prize] went |°: owll tractor. THE FIUKMEN were called to north Jones street Wednesday, when a Champlin oil truck caught Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. Mrs. Frank Weisbrod, Ringsted, was an out-of town guest. . •Mesdames Frank McFall, T. N. McFall, Walter Widdel, L. J. Weisbrod, Charles Weisbrod, and John Bellinger attended a hir hday party honoring Ellen Wolfe at Calvin Householder's in Lone Rock last week Tuesday afternoon Wolfe,-a niece of Miss Wolfe's, was hostess. , Mr. and 'Mrs. T. 0. McFall, of Oedir Rapids, and Mr. a id Mrs. w. 1. Wolfe and daughter Edith, or came Wednesday for a visit 1th relatives. They and the FranK Vim 4DlOvlTda. * **w^ «..— *JcFall family were dinner guests Wednesday evening at tiie parental OPTOMETRIST I.CJeap Glasses, purebred w «wt proper, test, TOW serious eye injury, eyes deserve better • w, AMUNSON Optometrist Borcharfl , N* auuj-"»»*»» , , , The U-Oeal-M bridge club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs'. Clarnce Wegener. Cueats were Mesdames 'Henry Reimers, Cecil Baiey, an,4 Weoer Yager. Mrs. George tents "won high score honors, and Mrs. Henry Reimers, s scond. high. Mr. ancj Mrs. Arnold Krause ana sons, Mary Ann Bohn, and Susie Goeders, the latter of <y» n <Jer, at- ten'ded a muaic recital jlven by the grade chldlren at the academy m W%iUemore la st weeV Tuesday «., and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber Jted at John Verbrugg('s in Arm- Btrong? Wednesday. The Verbruttg are Mrs. gtoeber's pa-ents. Mrs. Verbrugge was celebrating d^y aaniYersary that ' -• • Krause, !•»»-.- T . 1 studepts at ed to a fe,yr days He was knorked down, bruised, and shaken bad}y, but on examination no broken bones were found. DaiUU Uliu aiiu»»v.« «« — u j last Will and Testament of said deceased. .„ Dated at Algona, Iowa, Martf it, 1939 (iSeal) KATHARINE McBVOY, Clerk of the District Court. ,T. Holtzbauer, Deputy. E. C. McMAHON, . Attorney. . " • i8 " iSU low Margery STOMACH DISTRESS KtLltVL IHl DISCOMIOKI. Of A HtAVY MfAl Will! DIA-BISMA fire. An extinguisher from a CCC truck was used to put out the flames' just as the city trucks arrived. MllS. GUY HARMON, of Plum Creek, and five children' ' are in quarantine for smallpox. Mr. Har mon and a son are meanwhile with friends. JOHN HBIDKKSCHKIDT, east of Burt, reported to county officers; Monday that seven hogs had been stolen from his farm Sunday night. ESTHER, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Will, came down with a light case of chicken pox a few days ago. THIEVERY OF RADIATOR caps utomobiles was reported Ai, u.ilacid pu«do E. W, 1USBY YOUR PENSLAR DRUG STORE from automobiles agoln Wednesday AM ERICA'S BEST BLADE RAZOR BLADES-|^*«f^ FOR ALL RAZOfiS Sold by E.W.WSPY ALGONA PH01VE 742. Only Fojdpeoa«si give you "R&Q" protecBoa qn4 the 30-4oy gu« <& in lower priced WWjl Gw*> Your present cqr wfll p^obly be sufficient for the dpw* poywe»t.The balance can be taken care of in attractive terow to suit ewy budget. • fcEAfc ESTATE financed) Mo Insurance BOHANNON

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