Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1939 · Page 4
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AGE FOUR ROSSUftt COUNTY ADVANCE* ALGOtfA, IOWA For Sale TVJH sacrifice $2600 ,note, part of first mortgage on SW*i of Sec. 18, Twp. W, Range • 26, Hancock county, known as Ma- thlas farm, located 3 'miles sonth of Corwlth for only UtfcOO. This is « Bargain. For fall' Information address E. C. CARY Rock ford, Illinois 610 .Talcott Unllding SACRIFICE SALE Will Sell Cheap • 1 if Taken at Once Tnmodern house with. 2*6- lots, nly 3 blocks from (postofflce. The lace must sell. Chance for cheap place close in. JOEL M. HERBST IEAL ESTATE AM) INSURANCE Small Loans Up to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK (lOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC "Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO •ert to Upper Des Moines offlr* ne 126 Aljrona, low. MARKETS |Irs.F.L.Tribon •wjill sell the furniture of Mrs. Dennis Goeders at her home, 121 West Nebraska street Thurs. May 11 at 9 a. m. Bed complete, large wardrobe, 2 ciests of drawers, dressers, tables, disk, dining room table with chairs, electric stove, porcelain top t;ble, china, cut glass, bedspreads, nattress pad. many other things. BURIAL SUNDAY FOR HARTSHORN PIONEER OF 70 Last of Group Which Came Here After Civil War. Funeral services were held Sunday at one o'clock at the Ledyard Methodist church for Joseph Wesley Hartshorn, who died Wednesday night at 6 o'clock at his home, near Ledyard, following a stroke three weeks before. Burial was No. 2 , B11UW OTru _. . asc made in the Le'dyard cemetery. No. 2 whte corn 43c 10 i Hartshorn was D °™ October No. 2 white oats . 25c 38. 1850, at Wheeling, W. Va,, and ; No. 3 white oate 24%'c his parents were Jesse and Sarah No. 2 rye """ 32c Hartshorn. His father, and four, No. 2 yellow "soy "beans 80c oldest brothers served in the Civ-; 11 war. Joseph was .the..oldest of the two boys left at home, and there was also a sister. The father and the oldest boy died in the service. Mother Widowed in War. After the war the widow, the children, and tree or four'related families came to Kossuth county, traveling in covered wagons. This was in 1870, and they settled on homesteads near Titonka. Joseph married Phoebe Ann Coleman in Buffalo township Jannary 13, 1878. She was born in SERVICE HELD SATURDAY FOR M,BARTttTT Had Been Resident of Algona for 30 Years. / Funeral services for N. E. Bartlett, 63, who died Thursday, were conducted by the Rev. D. R. Martin, Congregational pastor, at the church Saturday, and burial with Masonic rites was made in Riverview cemetery. Out-of-town relatives attending the services included Florin Bartlett, Mrs. Raymond Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bartlett, and Mrs. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett and Marcella, all of Titonka; Jay Taylor Hennerys -------------------- i5 c 'and Mrs. Caroline Teem, Eltnore; i No. 1 ----------------------- i4 C i'Mrs. Edw. : Robinson and Elva and 1 No. 2 ______________________ iQc ''James, and Mrs..M. J. Wagner, of Cash cream — I Mason City. ; No. 1 ---------------------- 20c Mr - Bartlett was born March 7, No. 2 ----------------------- 18c 1876 at Nassau, coming with his Sweet --------------------- 21c Parents' to Koasuth when he was POULTRY j five - vear s old, and living in Al- Hens undpi- 4 ihs inJ gona ' and Poi- tland and Buffalo Leghorn ------------- 1 t ™ n »*«» eve > cocks HOGS Best light butch,, 180-220 ...J6.40 Med. hvy., 220-250 ... ^ _*6 25 Med.-hvy.,' 250-270 _1 $6.10 Med. hvy., 270-290 ...^ $5.95 Med. hvy., 290-«25 .... '$5.80 Best light butch., 325-350 __.*5.65 Butchers, 350-400 $5.50 Packing sows, 275^360 $5 49 Packing sows, 350-425 __ $530 Packing sows, 425-650 $5.20 CATTLE Canners and cutters $3.50-4.09 Stock steers $7.00-8.00 Fat yearlings '__.. —8.00-8.75 Fat steers $8.00-9.00 Fat cows $4|50-5.60 Veal calves- $5.00-8.00 Bulls . '$6.00-5.50 GRAIN yellow corn 38c HOSPITALS EGOS over He was mar* 1 , 897> •**. besWes he Is survived by 12c , . ^ a Vernon, Mich., daughter of Mr. and £ v ' , ' %Jlbs ^ ----------- 8c Mrs. Abner Coleman. Mr ™S H ucks - »ve, under 4% Ibs ------ 6c No sii before sale starts, 9 a. in. OANS $50 and Up a yon need money to bny a,uto or truck license, pay taxes or for winter necessities.' Our liberal credit plan per- l~" •"•»***'+. i-*,.* »_<* v^vixu JJ1CLU JJcl ™ n^its us to take care of the needs of most every borrower, married or single. Terms arranged to conform to your income. * * * *. Ijjoans made on Furniture, Livestock, or other personal property . I . * * * * ABtos refinanced — payments reduced Investigate our Quick MONE| CREDIT SERVICE without obligation. P. J. KOHLHAAS Algona - Phone 22 Mrs. Abner Coleman. Mr. Mrs. Hartshorn moved to a farm near Ledyard in 1901, where the family has lived ever since. Ten years ago Mr. Hartshorn gave up active farming, but he continued to raise chickens and do ;ardening till about four years ago. He was in his 89th vcar at death. E igrlit Groat-Grandchildren. Survivors are the widow, who is Hens, over 5 Ibs. HOLY FAMILY AND WHITTEMORE LOSE TO ACADEMY BOYS a •"••> —-»»*» **-v r tiiiu ITJ.J. o, Raymond Reid, Algona. A favorite was his granddaughter, A'dris Jane, daughter of the Raymond Reids. He isi also survived by his brother Florin F., of Titonka, .and a sister, Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf, Algona. For a time Mr. Bartlett and Mr. Ladendorf operated a general store at Titonka, later operating a hotel, and a livery stable. He moved his family to Algona 30 years ago. •Mr. Bartlett was a member of the local Masonic lodge and the Modern Woodmen, and the Congregational church, and for several years served, on the church board and also as usher. •Mr. Bartlett had not been in good health for several weeks, and Roy Jacobs, Brooklyn, la. Mrs. E. L. Engelhardt, a niece, victory ° n whitte - t>on Winkel's two home runs, one in the second inning, the other veeks Mr HarKihrn-n f a- tures of the S ame - D °n Kajeske, th i * , Ken «y Hargreaves, and Bob Kohl• *• ? £ ' haas hit triples. Winkel started on hh wnpr™ n v • *• ' aas rpes. Wnkel started on famnv A Pn»«. T' S H ™ med . Iate , the mound for the locals, but was roughaioused Mason City's pitching, and sent the Holy Family families who came to Kossuth 69 years ago. TRACK TEAM TO GO TO FT. DJOGE MEET The high school track team wil go to Fort Dodge this week Saturday to take part in a district meet Coach Ridenour yesterday named the following boys as possible entries in the various events: Two-mile relay— Russell Crapser, Hubert Deal, Ellsworth and Kenneth Brandow, with Kenneth Peterson and Raymond Lund as alternates; mile relay — Hubert Deal, Tom Kohlhaas, Jim Neville, and Walter Hicks; half mile relay —Bob Deal, Roger Michel, John Kohlhaas, Jim Neville. Discus'—Dale Ehrhardt. Shot—Wesley Schultz. 440-yd. dash—Bob Deal and Tom Kohlhaas; 880-yd. run— Ellsworth MRS, HOLCOMB, 48, EAGLETWP,, DIES Swea-Eagle township, May 8— Mrs. P. A. Holcomb 48, died suddenly at the Coleman hospital, Es- , . „ therville, Wednesday, following an £«£ WeS, 2d to'£ Operation TlAvf/irmoH HIT—/!„,. tr c.-,.'.,^, „ *' ... e *""• KOSSUTH. April 30—Robert Vincent,, Algo,- na.medical; l Mrs. Leo McEnroe, Algona, surgical. May 1—Mrs. Clara Dalton, Algona, medical; Mrs. Gerald tiodden, Bancroft, surgical; A. T. Poth, of Lone Rock, medical; Mrs. Nichols Wagner, Bode, boy. May 4—Mi-s. Henry Smith, Burt, girl; Mrs. A. P. Hanson, Clear Lake, medical; Mrs. Fred Ploeger, Ledyai'd, girl. May 6—Mrs. Edw. Hoppe, Burt, medical; Mrs. Martin B. Swanson, Algona, girl. May 7—Mrs. Maynai'd Stephenson, Arnolds Park, surgical; Mrs. Ira Kohl, Algona, boy; Dan Froe- Hch, St. Benedict, accident, minor injuries; Richard Miller, of Lu Verne, medical; Henry Arndorfer, Algona, accident patient, minor Injuries. GENERAL. ., May 1—Kenneth Brayton, Algona, tonsillectomy. May 2—Mrs. Eugene Scfoeffer, Des Moines,'major surgery. ; •May 4—Joseph Presthus, Bancroft, tonsillectomy. RAILROAD AGENT ATSEXTON DIES FRIDAY AT POST W. Z. Miller Passes While on Duty at the Station. Sexton, May 8— William Z. Miller, 69, died suddenly on duty as Milwaukee agent here Friday forenoon of heart disease. Mrs. Miller took his lunch to him as usual at 11:15. -She found him in coma, at the dispatch cable, with hands on the keys, receiver to his head, and his glasses He died at 11:30. LUVERNE SCHQOJL KIDS HOLD A BOBBIES SHOW Lu Verne, May -8—The primary pupils of the local schools had, a hobby show last week. There were collections otf feathers of familiar and uncommon birds, milk bottle, pop, and household jar caps, picture scrapbooks, and a hand-made doll rug. The tilf'd artd fourth grades have been making marionettes and will soon be ready to exhibit them. ' Pageant at Y. P. Gathering— The pageant, A Mother's Devotion, was presented by the Evangelical Young People's Mission j , • . * • i • - ftiterv school -by -holding picnics at 'the town park.' - . ; Other LiVeiril*. ' 'ria'hs OiH&ra, former resident here, now of Spencer, .called on local friends last week 'Tuesday. He was ; en route home from Des Molfles. . . miter flehl and' the eirtU itveri *ent to Webster City Friday evening to spend the week-end with relatives;* ; Circle Friday evening at church. The play portrayed Funeral Sunday for Mrs. Mienke, Fenton Fen.ton, May 8 — Funeral services ' . the ; ; were 'conducted Sunday afternoon the I at the Methodist church for Mra. experiences of a boy from the era- Emllie.Mienke, 78, who died Thurs- The Rev. J. O. Water- pastor, conducted the die to the time when he had ar'day.'.night. home of his own, and it emplia-'man,,ilocal sized the devotion and prayers of services.' both his mother and his chlldren'sj .vMrKxMlenke was born in mother. Appropriate musical num-.j-many June 12, 1860, and was mar- bers were given between and (lur-ried there to Carl Mienke April 24, JE2SSW.ta.il f OR QIMUTY PAINTS ' T LOWEST P[,| Cts Buy Var»/, h " OUR BEST Mouse Paint, ga i,_! INTERIOR GLOSS Walls and ^ Woodwork, 8 al.. $J FLAT WALL P AINT Oer _! Walls and MT ing scenes. After the program.,1877.,, They came to the there was a social hour at the par-; shortly :afterwards'. :Mr. sonage, U. S. operation performed Monday morning. She had seemed to be home with its first defeat this sea- i ,.„ . - -son. St. Cecelia's scored four in ' ? ec ° v ermg, but there was a change the first inning, five in the second, ~~ and was then able to coast to victory. Nelson started on the mound, but was relieved in the third inning by Kajeski. Kajeski, Watts, and Eischen each collected two hits. The locals will play their fifth game this season on the local grounds this afternoon against the Emmetsburg Academy. ALGONA SODALISTS ATTEND COMMUNION Some 125 student sodalists of St. Cecelia's academy received loly communion at the 8:30 mass Sunday morning. After making their thanksgiving they marched • --- " — --", in a body to the academy auditor- SI^JES, ?± r ^?, ea ' : ,^" e 'i Um ',T her ! thy were served May in her condition at noon, and death came two hours later. Mrs. Holcomb was the former Emma Charlotta Lotfstrom, and she was born in Eagle township July 26, 1890. She spent her childhood there, and was married February 8, 1912. The Holcombs first on . •Mr. Miller had been agent here 30 years. He was somewhat crippled, and he had been in poor health for some time. Funeral Held Sunday. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2:30 at the Methodist church, Sexton. The Rev. Arthur Bottom, Wesley, and the Rev. V. V. Schuldt, Garner, officiated, and burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery west of Wesley. Mr. Miller was born at Springbrook, la., in 1870. When he was a small child his parents moved to Bellevue, la.; later, in 1888, to Hartley. From 1896 to 1900 Mr. Miller was assistant at the Hartley railroad station.- He had also Langs are Visitors Here— The Rev; and Mrs. David Lang, now living at Nora Springs, spent Thursday and Friday with former parishioners here. The sons Carl and Wayne, who were graduated from the local high school wteri Mr. Lang was pastor of the Evangelical church here, are now teaching at Alburnett, and they have signed contracts to teach ihere again next year. Besides teaching, Wayne is boys' oasketball coaci, and Carl is coach for the girls. Irrinpton Women Entertained— Several members of the Irvington Presbyterian women's missionary society were present Thursday, when the Lu Verne Evangelical women met with Luella Blumer and Mrs. Edw. Marty at the Blunier home. Hulda Frltzemeier led a devotional service, and Mrs. Free Merkle was lesson leader. Florence Hof and Mrs. Lewis Merkle. took •the parts of women in a city mission. There were 28 present. ' Lutheran Y. P. Entertained— Erwin Meyer was host to the Lutheran young people's society Thursday evening 'at the church There was a good-sized attendance, and after a short business meeting and the lesson, the rest of the evening was spent at games. Chancre at Bulk Station- Arnold Sanders, who had operated the Standard-Oil bulk station Riid truck for a number of years lias severed his connection with !he company, and Howard Wille has. taken over the work. School Pupils Have Picnics— The sophomores and the freshmen began the season Thursday Celling, g al. __.. FLOOR AND PAINT, Mienke died.in, 1S23. A son, William,-. te;-„„,. . -•also deceased* ••-: "-•' : . :'v i*-.OPCn Moors, Five children survive:' Mrs.' Reinhold Laabs and Ctaorge, Fenton; Mrs. Elizabeth Nemltz, Canby, Minn.; and Edw. and Henry. Ln Verne Team Loses. Lu Verne, May 8—The Wesley ball team defeated the local high school team 7-1 in a game here Friday after school. RICHARDSOI FURKlTTJKE COMPA A City Store With Con Prices. ------------ 0 .„„., . been lived on the farm where the E E I rellef agent a few years. From Thompsons now reside. At differ- 1909 on ne was agent at Sexton. ent times- they lived on two other He was mar "ed at Garner April farms before they moved to the ! 6| 1910 ' to Mary Creamer. -Gjeneral Insurance Agency- WATCH THESE GRIDDLE CAKES DISAPPEAR! extra-tender, made with Spry Make griddle cakes the Spry way aniji see the difference. (Easy recipe below.) You'll never go back to .he old way again. Spry griddle caies are meltingly tender, so flne- flavored. Have some for breakfast tomorrow . . . golden-brown ... piping hot... u-m-m-m, what a treat! Everything you bake or fry the Spiv way is extra delicious. And this purer, ALL-vegetable, triple- creamed shortening is a joy to use Cooking experts for 281 home-making schools say "Spry's so marvelous y creamy it mixes like magic!" No smoke or unpleasant odor when you fry the Spry way and foods are so crispy and digestible a child lean eat them. Use Spry for all baking- and frying. Make these extrac delipious Spry griddle cakes soon! Spry Griddle Cakes the high hurdles—Walter Hicks. The locals failed to place in an invitation meet at Hampton Friday in a field of 13 schools. Next week Tuesday the locals will take part in a triangular meet at Britt, with Garner as the third school. On May 20 they go to Clarion, and on the 27th to a state meet at Ames. *• sophomores with Mrs. Kollasch as chairman. William COUNTY FLOWER CLUB ANNOUNCES MAY SHOW * owr annual •The breakfast hour was followed by a business meeting at whcih the sodalists elected officers. They selected Rosanne Holtzbauer as perfect to head the sodality; Elaine Kinsey, assistant; Vernon Nelson, secretary; Robert Kohlhaas, treasurer. Under the leade.rshin of these young people the Academy hopes to do worth-while things in the field of Catholic Action. The first project confronting the new staff is selection of a delegation to represent the Academy at the ~ ' -- present' farm in 1921. Mr. Holcomb and six children survive: Mrs. Theodore Wallentine, Myrtle, Martin, Reuben, Gordon, and Roger. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs. Anna Lofstrom; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Bexell, and Mrs. Louis Holcomb; one brother, Carl Lofstrom- and two grandchildren. Mrs. Holcomb took an active part in church and community life She spent all her life in the town ship where she was born. Four Children. Besides his wife, Mr. Miller survived by four two grandchildren. is children and The children are Mrs. Philip Thornton, Storm Lake; Lois, student at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake; Richard, at home; and Bernard, employed in the First National bank, Mason City. The grandchildren are twins, Melvin and Manly Thornton. Mr. Miller is also survived by four sisters and three brothers. LONG'S .A place to buy GOOD FOOD RIGHT Today, tomorrow, and next month and we hope, for ( many months. i Right now, dandy bacon squares, per Ib. _____ 14 C Picnic Hams, part bone out, nice juicy, ID. na. Tulips will be the main fea- as Queen of Iowa. The installation of the new of- the ture, but other flowers in bloom may be entered. Application may p!,,i m w-n t0 A, the secretar >'- Mrs - ficers will take" place fater'hi i aul Wille, Algona. month The president, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, has appointed Glenn Raney general superintendent. Mrs Agues Seeley, W. W. Gillespie, and Eleanor Fraser are on the schedule committee, and the two last named are also the publicity committee. Mrs. Wille wife of the Am- H. S, GOLFERS LOSE MATCH TO SPENCER The high school golf team lost to the Spencer golfers, 4-2, on the local course Wednesday. Only 12 holes were played. The score was low because of tie matches. This week Thursday the golfers •go to Mason City for a match „« IX.!.*.IOOBUI. me Auaueiny at. t" ei 'c> and Saturday they will take -_- Ducam's Mary Day in Sioux j Part in a tournament at Fort City next Sunday. At this meeting D °dge at the same time that a more than 6000 young high school district track meet is held there. Golf matches have also been arranged with Webster City, there, and a return match at Spencer. Coach Lawrence Findley is also air procession which will end in the crowning of our Blessed Lady i ck<rk 2 cups sifted flour 4 t« .spoons baking powder $1 te. .spoon salt OJ P 1 egg, well beaten cups milk cup Spry, melted Sift flour with baking powder and aalt Combine beaten egg, milk and Spry. Turn liquids into dry ingredients and stir gently until blended. Dro;> by spoonfuls on hot griddle greased with Spry. When cakes puff and bubble, turn once and brown on other aide. Turn only once. Serve •with maple syrup. Makes 18. (A If measurantnis in I is tuipt ore laxf) Get lighter cakes, t akter pastry,* -' , crliper fried (ooda " i he Spry way • - New Dress Shop at Lu Verne Will Open Lu Verne, May 8 — The commercial club here has been negotiat- \ r'7,n"7"r ""","' t "° •"•'"" l ing for businesses since shortly re4tr M™ « T"'^ cu . a ' odl ? n ' :lfter il was organized early in the classification year, and among them was a dress shop. Last week Angie Moar, of ^ hed , sh eldon, was here and leased the Raney's. two front rooms in the Mrs. Bin- The MIV led last conmlete can was the Jos f , ,h th v* ClUb f „ . ^ rary or, « i an " uals ' " ie Fechner buildin S where she wil1 open such a sll °P sometim Ulis week ' She wil1 h ave a stock ° f women ' s - ™**<*' and children dresses, lingerie, arid hosiery. Sh which won the conference title at Hampton last Wednesday with a score of 9-1. Clear lake was second .with a 5-4 score. Star tennis players for the locals are Clarence Devine, Bruce Miller, Bob Wray, and Russell Buchaiuion. There are eight out for the tennis Tomato Plants, extra fine dozen --------- _ ______ 10c We like to buy eggs. Many deliveries. ' Phones 214 or 215 J/ou pay as WHY NOT HAVE IT ' ELECTRIC WATER HEATERl Right now your hot water is costing you as much, g not more, than it costs to heat water electrically. bo, why not enjoy the.convenience and comfort of a modern Monarch Electric Water Heater? It ' will serve you a lifetime with as little fuss and attention as you give your electric lights. There is-a Monarch Electric Water Heater to meet the need of every Jiome . . . each smartly designed for the modern kitchen or modern laundry, let us show you how you con cul your hof wafer bills. On Display at CITY HALL the golf UOUAeB , uonr m charge of the tennisi team, | Frank Webei- team, and a dozen on team. A tennis tournament is being ar-! ranged with Clarion on the local 1 courts for this week Wednesday. Eighth Graders Take Tests. Lu Verne, May 8—(Rural eighth grade pupils who took examinations Thursday here were Betty Richardson, Raymond and Everett Schipull, Luella Radii, Ethel Kubly, Howard Stoddard, Kenneth Bockes, Bonnie Clapsaddle, and Make Every Acre Do Its Best USE ARMOUR'S BIG CROP FERTILIZERS A fertilizer for every type of soil. Anderson Grain Coal Company Phone 308 Algona, Iowa jfresh AT YOUR GROCERS I Of These Features ^^^^•MtHHM0««46«SK9tt«604c<i^vu-^-.-.-- -1.. explain whtj over HALF A MILLION $>39 CHEVROLETS have been sold to date ' ^Saf5S®*W^aaaB" between the two! 8 ' ' ' ' Th *«'» a direct connection No other car combine) all 'hese famous feature* '. IXCLUSIVI VACUUM OUMHIFT. >• NIW AUO-ITRUM sin. INO, NIW IODIIS ir ruH». 9. NIW 1ONOIR RIDING- Mi* 4. •S-HOMIPOWIR VALVI- IN-HIAD SIX. ». MIMCTID HVDRAU1IC UAKIS. •• NIW "OiSIRVATION CM" VISIIIUTY. 7. PUHCTID KNII-ACTION IIOINO SYSTEM WITH IM- riOVID SHOCKPROOF STIUINC. (Available on Matltr D» luxe models •nly.) •• TUMITTOP, 9, riONT.fNO STAilllZW. 10, NO DIAFT YINTILATION, U. HANB-MAKI MOUNTED UNOlt DASH AT IIFT. 191. IVNCIO.MISH TRANSMISSION. U. TIPTOf.MATJC (CLUTCH. 14. IXC1MSIVI IOX-OIRPI* CHASSIS HAMI. every forty ^seconds of co ; t *» 40 ftcondf of mry buy* o n.w Ch. yro(tf I , WJCO FINISHES. *• HW>IP-»EAR|EARAXU AN»TM(|)U!.fUUP*IVI. % HUCO-KIMy STAITIN0, UftHflNf, If NJTiON. • • Ctfic! scorti of orher "nportont f«gruir»t. V*IU«

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