Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 3
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C6tllftf ADVANCE. ALQOttA. IOWA PAGE TttRBE mm. r^-T-the coifttflu- n, A^' t wp formerly **.««> twp-t hurchi LIVERMORE LIONS FETE B. B. BOYS tilVermdre, Apr. 3—More than 90 plates were laid at the town hall last week Monday night, when the hew Lions club entertained the basketball team and the wives of club members. The Falb cafe did the i spoke. Mr. Cooper, Fort Dodge, and Elmer Star, athletic, coach at Emmetsburg. The present and past local coaches, Kermit Shaw and 0. J. and ft 80ffi e church u * 1903 Soave both money ducted regular- serving. Supt. L. E. CockHll was toastraaster, and talks were givon by a Junior, Burwell Hamm, and Sterling Logue, of the varsity led at. the piano by Mrs. J. F. Hamm, sang two solos, and a clarinet tvio—Keith Baoss'ler, Virgi,! Behonnek, and Shirley Smith_— , . . . -i . .• u.., n,n\t vjini I C.V ullll Lll"™~ teatn. Principal speakers were a | with Lorna Jensen at the piano, also sang, after which Miss Jensen and a brother closed the program with a piano duet. JKx-Tiivermorc Girl Sick- Mrs. Harold Bolder, Humboldt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Clark here, was sick last week at the parental home, and Mr. Colder was 'called. She was reported somewhat better Wednesday. TWENTY-NINE CLASSES GET PHOTOS HERE services a |P°.!?, W : W given the was wanted of meeting .a he in with the.Mem."•' ln . w l l " the butld- [$100 to man Society Mcetfr-._ Xt°™ry society met Fri- Mrs. Carl Seip's,, an^ all f3 but one attended. There '.' -i- T>«II noli wan ftB- call was a« with scripture verses con- The word charity. The Rev. English led devotion, and Mrs. Lean had charge of the top- and The Foreigner n lfedamesL. E. Colwell, Schichtl, William Boldridge, L Asa, and M. L. Roney, IHulda Fritzemeier and Mr. Jsh, took part in the program. iFrltzemeier, who was a guest, Mrs. W. F. Brown, of Brown's Studio, drove to Renwick Wednesday to deliver 21 packages of photographs to members of the high school graduating class there. In the matter of high school senior class pictures the studio has this season had perhaps its greatest year.. To date no fewer tham 29 schools have sent senior classes here for pictures, as follows: Llvermore, Fenton, Ottosen, Lu Verne, Lone Rock, Burt, Rutland Dolllver, Whittemore, Des Monies township, (near Rolfe), Seneca Consolidated, .Grant Consolidated Graettinger, Maple Hill, Lakota, Cylinder, Tt tonka, Ledyard, West Bend, Ring' sted, Swea City, Armstrong, Haifa Wesley, Rodman, Rolfe, Renwick Completing the list are Algona's high school and St. Cecelia's acad emy, It Is now six years since Mr Brown took over the studio. He ha since been doing top work in al lines of photography, James E No'rthmore, of the authoritativ Eastman Kodak Co., has pronounc ed his school work as good as an that can be secured in city studios "even better." Mrs. Brown is capable assistant, and there arc now three employes — Mrs. Elsie Hilton, who has been at the studio 3% years, her sister, Violet Halbrook, 1% years, and June Strayer. Fined for Stealing Magneto on Tractor Otto Bauman, Ledyard farmer who was arrested recently and lodged In the Faribault county jail on a charge that lie had stolen a magneto from a John Deere tractor owned by D. D. Murphy, Blue Seventy-eight From Kossuth in 2 Years Cared for by State Copies of the biennial report of he stale board of control to the jovornor have been received in Mgonn, and it gives a few facts of nterest in this county. From this county in the two years covered by the report a total of 78 persons were admitted to state institutions of one kind or mother, 60 of whom were males. Fourteen entered the soldiers' orphans home, eight being boys. Pour, two boys and two girls, en- tere the juvenile home, and two boys were sontjto the home for the feeble-minded. One male and one female entered the state sanitarium at Oakdale, near Iowa City. Five girls from the Mitchellville training school were placed in Kossuth homes, and one boy and three girls, children in care of the state, were placed. « Football Sweater for Algona Youth Indlanola, Apr. 3 — Presentation of football awards was made at a recent largely attended and en thusiastic Simpson college chape session, and among students win received senior sweaters was Irv ing Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Vtiller, Algona. The young man, vho has majored in business ad- ninistration, plans to teach after raduation unless employment as in accountant is obtained. Since Christmas he has in off. time been teaching two classes In the Indianola high school. Corwith P'O. Safe May Foil Burglars 'Corwith, Apr. 3—Postmaster J. J. Bonnstetter was at Britt Thursday and bought a new safe for the local postoffice to replace the one blown open recently by burglars It was installed Friday, and It took a large crew of men to get it into the postoffice. Judging from the ESTHERVILLE WRITER HITS OPEN SEASON Whether Kossuth . sportsmen agree or not, they will, it is believed, be interested in. a communication written for last week Tuesday's Esthervllle :paUJvNeW.s -by. J. O. Kasa, an Mr. Kasa was" Amoved w in the News that a mbveitient 'TK his commhnication \yhe'h he .read on foot In the legislature foif, a ten- day instead of a three-day, .'open season on pheasants. His remarks follow: "The writer does not know who the honorable is who introduced such a bill; but if he or they ever got short of a place to stay, I. can direct him or them to Mt. Pleasant, Cherokee, Clarlnda, or Inde pendence for a suitable home. Pheasants are Scarce. "The facts in the matter are,, tha the ' pheasants are now nearl; cleaned out over the state, and principally so by the professional hunters, sportsmen with the best of guns' and dogs, who would any- years old. I have plenty of nerve yet to stand up for what is reasonable and just. "Hunting with dogs in farmers' cornfields by professional hunters should be prohibited. "The killing of male pheasaktfl, exclusively Is also wrong; at least one out of every three birds should be a hen or female. As it now is, not enough male birds remain to fertilize the eggs. Pheasants' nests have,.been fitted with eggs that ota. not hatch for want of fertilization. You can imagine the loss in pheasahts every year from this cause. Fanners Come First. "The time for open season should would be allowed on my farm toi make a clean sweep of all the phe.asanta in my cornfield." Local Boy Touring With College Band The Coe college, Cedar Rapids, news bureau announces that 'Richard Keen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen, Algona, Is a member of the college military band, which last Wednesday began an 8-day tour through eastern Iowa and northern Illinois. Thtb included an evening Palm Sunday concert at Chicago's Orchestra Hall.,.The las' concert will be given this, free): Wednesday at Elgin, 111. The bam is traveling in two busses. Rich ard, who was graduated from th' local high school last. year, Is i Coe freshman and Is taking a commerce and finance course. FILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE 50i legal size file folders, off color. Sell regularly at $2.50 per 100 While they last at $1.60.—The Advance. 18tf number of protective gadgets °n' tlme aa soon as no t, kill every the front side a burglar attempting pheasantl shoot every duck, catch to open it will find the job a tough one. Kennedy - Parsons Still Handles Beer In the story in last week's Advance concerning the beer act, passed by the state senate it was said, that the Kennedy-Parsons company had dropped its class A license. This was the information given to the Advance, but It was not correct. The company is wholesaling beer as before. C. W. Morck also holds a wholesalers license. be changed to a later date than November 10, for the reason that the farmers are then in the rush of cornpicking and do not take time off for hunting, while the sports with dogs are marching through the cornfields. "I claim that the farmers on whose farms the pheasants are hatched and fed all summer, and are protected against winter storms, should have first chance at their pheasants. Note that I say "their" pheasants. "If I were on .my farm, I would not be unreasonable with my own county folks,- just so they keep dogs off and spare me a pheasant or two; .but set it down for permanent that no professionals, with dogs or no dogs, from far off M.*B. YOCUM AGENT Barnsdall Refining Corp. Algona, Iowa Tank Wagon Service • Full line of Petroleum Products Phone 142 every fish, trap every rat and skunk, in.one year, if laws were not holding them by the neck. If our - representative, Mr. Rovn, will not show his claws against the passage of a 10-day open season on pheasants, Emmet county can find him a home also. I understood that Mr. Rovn is on the committee on Fish and Game. Once Served In Legislature. "I had Fish and Game when I represented Emmet, Dickinson, and Palo Alto in the 24th G. A., 1892, 37 years ago. Lucky for that 10-day bill man that I am nearly 80 SPRING FURNITURE VALUES «.Went of the missionary so- I of the Evangelical church at srne. r Service Is Planned— . Rev. A. English preached week Sunday on Three Cups. leermon was followed by a mnlon service. This week Jay the annual congregational pig was held, and next Sunday ictal Easter service will be nted. Earth, and had put It on his own tractor, got off with, a $40 fine plus $10 costs, when his case was heard In justice court at Blue Earth a week ago Friday. He told the court that he bought the magneto from two young men, but he could not say who they were. The fine and costs were paid. I Zlnk Goes Home— fs. Lillian Zink, who ha.d had s at her daughter Mrs. Frank i since fall, leaves this .-week ay for her home at Cedar accompanied by another Inter, Mrs. Andrew Beck, who Ispend the week there. r Officers Ilcelected— Irvington cemetery board |Fr|day at the elevator office, II officers were reelected: M. ley, president; Hugh Raneyi [•JHarry Ward, secretary; M. , treasurer; Morris Par-' ^Sexton, trustee. i Woman laid Up— s. Prank Skilling, Algona, has I having medical attention for >e Injured by a hot piece of i which lodged in it as she [poking a fire. The physician "the injury was more of a i than a burn. ' Other Irvington. •le Weiner, teacher at Greenl left Friday, after a few days I Ms mother, Mrs. Lillian Zink, |Ws sisters, Marie, Mrs. Frank I and Mrs. Andrew Beck. l«. U. B. Prankl has been con| to bed by an infection which lei m a toe. The swelling has |to be lanced several times, [b 5 for Looting Cottages at Lakes Virginia Bedell. Dickinson ' attorney, wife of a .former wn boy, is prosecuting a °! burglars which, it ta h.M been looting summer the Spirit Lake-Qko- i. Five suspects, nil .were arrested at Arnolds 2 * rald !ast week Tuesday. "j^.abused are married, Part of the loot was believed that the jseven cottages. Masons Hear Radio Talk by Iowa G. M. Corwith, Apr. 3—tflealff Ottesen, Davenport, grand master of Iowa Masons, has called the 548 lodges In the state to assemble at the same hour in their halls this week Tuesday evening to consider important questions. Eric Erickson, master of the local lodge, will call his lodge to order at 8 o'clock, and after a program members will listen at 9:30 to a 15-minute talk by Mr. Ottesen broadcast from WHO f DRIVE IN AND GIVE your battery a drink. It's on the house! No charge! We do greasing! Johnson's D-X SERVICE YOU'LL LIKE OUR 5ERViCt A SUIT FOR SPRING used of Rape Np live Many women have taken advantage of QU? tailoring. Come in and be measured for i Spring suit now. fhe fit wj» be correct AND GO PLACES IN SAFETY AND COMFORT ON NEW EAR G-3 ALL-WEATHER TIRES PREPARE YOUR CAR HERE FOR SPRING Now that we have our walls all dressed up, we are placing on our floors new Living Room and Bedroom Suites. Also odd Tables and Chairs. I The sun says "go"—and we say go placet in greater comfort and safety — on new teoodyear tires! The Goodyear G-3 All-Weather is your beat tire bet, because it offers more of everything ... mileage... comfort. >. security... style Qnd-service, at no premium in price Come in — see how easy it is to get the world's first-choice tire here I THE NEW GOODYEAR PATHFINDER A service tire, with center traction. Deep non-skid blocks in center of tread for quick stop and start. Compression proof cord in every ply. Husky full size tread. Priced to meet all competition. See them on our floor Buy Kraschler Living Room Furniture. Krachler 5-Star construction includes— • Scientifically constructed hardwood frames • Non-collapsible spring-filled seat cushions • Only clean sanitary filling • Nonsagless steel web seat under- construction • Krachler quality craftsmanship Spring is the time to buy that new bicycle for your child. You'll find the line on display here excellent in every detail, and priced as low as $24.95 for a quality bike. NEXT SUNDAY IS EASTER Have your car cleaned up for this occasion. We dry clean the finish of the car like a dry cleaner cleans your clothes, and have the exclusive, the All-in-One Beautyease Process Our work is accomplished thorough'y, without injury. No polish or w»x is over used to cover up previous hap-hazai-d standards of car cleaning. Every. ew- tomer is amaLd at the results. This service is obtainable here only at Dutch's Super Service. See the new 1939 Motorola, on display, here ^ t , • Get One Now for Spring Driving .BEDROOM. FURNITURE See the latest in finishes and styles. Get our low prices on a complete suite. 4-PIECE SUITES Bed, Vanity, Chest and Bench With spring and inner-spring mattress and up DUTCH'S Super-Service Lubrication, WtiVng, QranJicMf Fl ladio.,4oadye*|- Butteries RUGS LINOLEUM Our Spring pat- patterns are here, Bigelow Weavers Let us figure your linoleum job* Drop in and see the NEW CARPETING and RUGS Buy Bigelow America's finest carpets CONGOLEUM RUGS ^SPPI^p ^^^^^^^WF ^^^^F ^^Mp? , ^^^B^^ - . :* ;• ?^ ' >

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