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

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 9, 1939
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Uf- ' R038UTH COtMTt ADVANCE/ALG0NA, IOWA QQLLIVER FOR COMMENCEMENT AT LIVERMORE 1 .* 0. H. KM1HV. Field Livermore, May 8 — The end of the school year Is bringing the us- tial festivities, Next Saturday has been set for the annual junior-senior banquet. The senior play, Hobgoblin Rouse, will be given in the high school auditorium Friday and! morning washing." Mr'/" amT'Mra. iby'sDrug We called last week Monday at Ross P. Buffington's, a mile north of the Doan church, and found him •hauling manure, while Mrs. Buf- flngton was doing the Monday HE EASY WAY. SUCCEED WITH RICKS Saturday evenings, May 19-20. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday evening, May .21, the Rev. H. T. Nelson giving the Address. Graduation will follow Friday, May 26, with Jamea I. Dol liver as the speaker. There is a class of 20 graduates, •with Virgil Boyd as valedictorian. Virgil has averaged 97% over his four years of high school. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd. The graduates will be Sterling Logue, Virgil Boyd, Betty Olson, president, vice president, and secretary - treasurer, respectively; Carol Bordwell, Mary and Ralph Butler, Richard Cran, Richard Davis, Harold Davis, Edith Fox, Herbert Holmes, Lois Hoganson, Wendell King, Marvin Kubly, Wilma Munson, Cecil Scott, Lawrence Seger, Walter Shields, Betty Trauger, Orln Seamon. Edwin Opheim 16; Party- There was a party at Edwin Op- helm's last week Monday evening when the son Robert celebrated his 16th birthday by entertaining friends. 'After games there was parlor dancing. Guests were Freda BufflnfUoii hace four lively boys. The eldest was graduated from high school last year, and the second is a this year's senior. The next boy attends the nearby country school, and the youngest is not yet old enough for school, but keeps plenty busy at home. This one showed us' his coloed Easter chicks, of which he is proud. * * * * E. Meyer, southwest of Ti- is also farming an 80-acre place three miles east and a mile south of Swea City. This is the farm where a house burned down a few days before the Loofts were to move into it. A small house has been built, and they are living In it till the insurance company which owns the land builds a new house. Mrs. Looft and the two boys are doing the farming. Mrs. Looft remarked that she liked to live on a farm, even if conditions were in- convenient. The family will soon I have better quarters, however., We were there Thursday. * * * * Mlllard Shoopman, who works for Alfred Barslou, southeast of Burt, on what Is called the old Charles Falk farm, was plowing Thursday with horses. He likes to work with horses. This place Is near the river, and the family has been catching a few fish, mostly carp. Most people tell about catch- i..ig bullheads in the river. * * • * We called recently at the Charles Kollasch place, north of Bancroft, but did not see Mr. Kollasch, though we had a short visit with the son Bert, who said Dad was now feeling fine and would now go to town with the family sometimes. Mr.' Kollasch has lost his sight, but he enjoys visiting. The Kollasches graveled their yard this spring, and it is a big improvement. tonka, was changing wheels on his 1 tractor preparatory to plowing when we saw him last week Monday. He had some "help," for his own litUe boy and the A. C. Bier-l F. D. SOLOMON, EX-/RV/NGTON FARMER, IS CRITICALLY SICK . . stedt little boy were there, they were having a lot of _____ They said they would show us how to move a rock, but one of them and fun. Irvingtoh, May 8—Harold Sabin 1 took his grandmother, Mrs. Estella Sabin, Algona, to 'Spencer Wednesday to visit the F. D. Solomons and ,_ .. „ . . , ,'Bt the Solomon son'Merrill's. The n«»n 1 " the . ef f ort and bumped: e ] del . Mr . Solomon, known as nose. He cried a little but the ,. Unc]e Doc ,, to frlends> )g crhlc . MIP hnv tn , forgotte / 1 ' a." 11 ally sick, and his physician gives' I* 8 J?°* ™L 6 IL^"* *« pl *ih ta not long to live. He has been _iin poor health many years and now has uremic poisoning. Mrs. Sabin and Mrs. Solomon are sisters. Mr, Mv« Mrs. Meyer's , Wh0f was there for a visit and Mr. Bierstedt had come to take her home. The Bierstedts live at Lakota, and Mr. Bierstedt i RAISE THEM ON JUNIORS AT WESLEY ENTERTAIN SENIORS ATTHEMTELHERE Wesley, May 8—The annual junior-senior banquet was held at the travels for the Watkins company, i Boy Suffers Nose Bruise— Algona hotel Thursday night. The T v ,,**** . ™ , ! John, young son of Mr. and Mrs.: senior colors, blue and gold, were vra^hn,^ £' rtT°» ? f H" ' Elmer Dole, was knocked uncon- used in decorations. The hotel „, ~....«^ c .. c .;i as . n f B -IT 1 ou , a base ," I scious Friday, when a large fur-1 chairs accorded' with the colors, Conley, Irene Elder, Shirley Smith, I ™ ent , tor " "^ house last week| nace poker fell an(i struck him and combined nut cups and place Jean Berryhlll, Lorna Jensen, Lois : >loriaa >'- ' "e house will be 24x26, | across tne nose . , with nis sister! cards carried out the same scheme. ~ - rooms downstairs and two, ^ is and otner chndren he was! Bouquets of snapdragons and yel- rolle'r skating in the Bole base-': low roses were on the tables. Grohbach, Velva Kubly, Annabelle Hoganson, Esther Hohenberger, Virgil Boyd, Sam Cockril, Ronald Thornton, Clayton Stoddard, Geo. Larson, Keith Baessler, Mary Opheim, and Betty Conley. Lunch served by Mrs. Opheim was a big ? s there anything that will make a houiwf 0 feature, and Robert received many I housewife happier than a brand • new home? * * * * Wilbur Nut, west of Titonka, on four upstairs. Wilbur Nut and a . . , , .. . , - - I »v/ll*ij «3IYC*I,111£, ,n LUC .JU/U1C l/«oc-|HJW lUSca WdtJ Ull I.IH3 LO.L/1GO. Strobel were hoping with the • menti The ^y wag at first thought Gerald; Wingert was toastmas- y,°J t \,*l .^ r ^^!il, r .^ a tJ- r .?. V ," to have a broken nose, arid he was ; ter, and Deloris Arn'dorfer gave ~ hurried to a doctor, but only a se-|the welcome. Imogene Neuroth vere bruise was 1 found. The doctor i re ad epigrams, and Ann Lickteig ing that she can handle a shovel. gifts. Ful-O-Pep Chick Starter 'has the wonderful oatmeal base! Also contains Concentrated Spring Range- many health beme- fits of fresh pasture. in minerals, viuftnins, pro- id carbohydrates. Sire up to Va to >/ 2 on feed cost by ig the Ful-O-Pep rearing plan. IGOXA FLOUR AND FEED co. Algona, Iowa Roepkes to Make Tonr— Mr. and Mrs. George Roepke plan to leave next Saturday on a three weeks vacation, first in Nebraska, where they will visit relatives, then in Montana, where they will visit their daughter, Mrs. Mabel Johnson. A son of Mrs. Johnson will be graduated from high school, and that is the main occasion for the Roepke visit at this time. 'They will be accompanied said that in an older bone certainly would broken. person the have been 3lrs. 5T. L. Roney Laid Up— Mrs. M. L. Roney Is confined to bed, the result of a fall Friday. The ligaments in her right leg' sang Little Skipper. Rose Mary Seller and Jack Lirkteig gave the class prophecy; Lillian Johnson and Victor Mullin, the class record. Thanks of the Class was given by Charles Kraus, and to close the were badly torn and the kneecap Went Over ' tne Mountain, and by a Miss Johnson, Des aunt of their son-in-law. Moines, Maxine Wilson is Hostess the Callies farm, and his son were disking last week Monday, and Mrs. Nut and a daughter-in-law were at work in a new garden in an old feed lot where the ground is rich. The women had cleaned up was" slipped "out of" piace."""Mrs. Goodn ig. ht Ladies the yard. Everybody is tempted ^ was at work around the ^oodnignt, Lames, to work outdoors these fine spring house when ghe Dipped an d fell. days. * * * * Picnic at Community Hail- When we arrived last week Mon- The - Cresco community hall was day at W. L. Stott's, northeast of the gcene fm . a young peO ple!s picnic last week, Sunday afternoon. program the juniors sang Little/ Seniors, The Bear Burt, we found company from Arvin, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Cheever were there, and Mr. Mrs. Stott's nephew. Cheever is Mrs. Fred evening party recently: ganson, Betty Seger, Lorna Jensen, Mary Butler, Charlotte Logue, Shirley Smiht, Messrs. Roland Thornton, Robert Opheim, Virgil Boyd, and Clayton Stoddard. , Llvemiore Woman Honored— Mrs. W. F. Johnson was chosen second vice president of .the county UNGKUSKY federation clubs at a meeting at R,enwick a week ago Saturday. Other Llvermore News. Mrs. Ida Porter, telephone operator at. Humboldt, spent a few days .last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller. She was j recuperating from sickness which kept her from her work more than two weeks. The Arthur Bennetts spent last week Sunday with local friends. Mr. Bennett is former manager of the Farmers elevator here. Mrs. A. C. Anderson, Humboldt, and her daughters Betty-and Doris spent Thursday at Otto Anderson's. California, got back to Burt a week ago. Floyd, who was graduated from the Burt high school last year said he tried to find work in California, but was told that he was too young. He does look young, but we know he can work. • * * * We called last week Monday on Mr. and Mrs; Garry Behrends, southeast of Burt. They are a new couple on a Burt route. They live on the first place north of Ray McWhorter's, and they have built a small house there. This farm consists of 80 acres, to furnish their own living quarters. There were 20 in attendance, and ball and other outdoor .games were played. Other Irrington. Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher and Elmer Dole returned two weeks ago to Woodbine, where the men will again be doing road- graveling. Mr. Schumacher owns a pit there from which gravel is trucked many miles. Elmer is camp mechanic. Mrs. Dole and the The menu, which was served in athletic style, consisted of high balls, golf balls olives, ball-bat pickles, Irish mashies, home-run gravy, pigskin chops, tennis-ball iplls, putter butter, country club salad, tea cakes, Jesse Owen's ice cream, Lou Gehrig coffee, Babe Ruth candies, and Brooklyn nuts. All members of the teaching staff were guests: Supt. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlin, Coach Paul Nedtwig, Principal Dorothy Shannahan, Mrs. Dorothy Bender, Gesina Shutter, Rosamund Eckstein, Agnes Bayer. Following the banquet the group atteded a show, Let Freedom Ring, at the Call theater. At A. Jandl's, east of Burt, we i same price ketas"other2" -priced trucks! SWEA-EAGLE Helen McElwee is helping Mrs. Theo Plathe with housework. Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Isaacson, Mrs. Harry Lindie the latter's 1 daughter Maurine, and Mrs. Erven Westerhold attended an open Bible state conference at Webster City last week Monday, and Mrs. Westerhold was one of the'speak- ers. The Swea township Farm Bureau women's project chairman, Mrs. Arthur Anderson, and the eaders, Mrs. Fr6d C. McGregor, Mrs. Floyd Treat, and Mrs 1 . Detti- mer Thompson, attended the coun- y Achievement day at Burt last week Tuesday. The Eagle Aid meets this week Tuesday at Mrs. Haley Work's, and assisting hostesses will be tfrs. E. G. Larson and Mrs. Erven Link. Mrs. Grover Lippert, of Madison, Wis., Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Deerwood, N. D., and Mae Peterson, nurse at Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des Moines, were last week visit- Anderson's. Mes- ri ,_. _ a nd Johnson are sisters o7*i>avid and Arthur Anderson, and Mrs. Johnson's husband, who is pastor of a Lutheran church at Deerwood, was attending a Lutheran conference at Burliug- ;on last week. found both Mr. and Mrs. Jandl were planting garden seeds last Wednesday. Every year when, we call there these good folks are at work in their garden, in which they raise pretty much all kinds of vegetables. . But they said they can't raise cabbages in that garden, for some kind of rust kills it about the time it starts to form heads. • * * * William Larsen, north of Burt, lives where Dan Hobson used to live. Mr. Larsen is a lover of fine cattle, and he is now feeding 12 young Herefords which are dandies. He said he did not know just when he would put them on the market. Mr. and Mm Larsen have redecorated the inside of the house. They own the farm. A late improvement is a new head on their windmill. * * * * R. T, Angus, northeast of Lone Rock,, had just come in from a field when we saw him Wednesday. He had gone out to see how the oats were coming. Mr. Angus is always at work. Jusi now he is feeding 20 head of Black Angus cattle, and he will ,put these on the market soon. He also raises a lot of hogs, having 145 pigs now from 20 sows. There is a small house for each sow, and the houses are moved to new and clean ground every year. two children will go to Woodbine as soon as school is out. Mrs. Mary Dole recently went to Fort Dodge to visit Mrs. Annie „„,, thev had 'Ludwig, her sister-in-law, a form- and they had ^ Algonlan . , since the death of the husband Mrs. Ludwig haXi been caring for an elderly lady in Fort Dodge, but she has now moved to Sioux City, where she lives near her daughter, Mrs. John Hartin. Seneca Girl Loses Tip of One Finger East Seneca, May 8—Bernadine, daughter of the Walter Smiths, of Seneca township, suffered a painful accident one day last week, when the tip-of the forefinger on her right hand was badly mangled in a meat grinder. LA. doctor found it necessary to amputate the finger at the first joint. ors at David dames Lippert For Service •» * * * S. E. Merrill, north of Seneca, He is 260 STANDING OFFER! One dollar ft>r every \ grease point missed on a lubricating job.' —We're thorough— Johnson's D-X SERVICE DOAN The Aid will meet with Mrs. Mabel Hansen next week Thursday, Mrs. Maud Brink assisting. •L.. E, Krantz got home Friday, April(28, from Long Beach, Cam., where he spent the winter. " Mr. and Mrs. Wm, J. Martmek •spent Jast week Sunday at west Union -with the former's relatives. I*. B. Ifrantz and his daughter, Mrs. Bryan A$a, were Hampton bviajuiesa visitors last week Mon- Angle, Mrs. Clayton Angle , toft Saturday *pr Lanark, 111. to att*ad the funeral Sunday of a UTS, Rummetajian, auot of tae '' was plowing Wednesday, kept on the go, for he farms acres and has 272 head of livestock, not including chickens. He said he felt a little tired, for he had hauled 18 loads of manure between 9 in the morning and 5 o'c!6ck in the afternoon . He had done all the loading alone. We called Wednesday on Willis and Fay Harmon, who have_the Ernest Gilbert farm, west of Bancroft. Fay was in a hoghouse, caring for some little pigs, and Mrs. Fay was planting garden seeds. Willis was plowing in a field where corn will be planted. At Lawrence *Hanfclman's, east of Seneca, Wednesday Mrs. Hau- telmaa and a daughter were raking the lawn and burning old grass and sticks. Lots of that going on in town and country In the last few weeks. Mr. Hantelman had gone to one of the neighbor's to get a hog. - t ^ f We stopped Thursday at Henry iLensing's,'southeast of Bancroft aadfouna wen wrecking the old S£n. A nw one, 34*50, to to > built, and George Johnson Is the contractor. He and Wfi crew hail from Bereft Leo BlHbeekei• aad Johnson's son were doing the Tand Mr. Leasing was fto' oW •««**»«»«**« •VDII:LL LIKE OUR SERVICE. There is nothing like being at ease in your Best Clothes Formality won't make you feel self conscious, if you are sure of the good appearance of your freshly dry cleaned tux or tails! Modern DRY CLEANERS Pheae 587 WE DELIVER Baby Ghick Specials Heavy cockerels, ten days old ,.$8.90 per 100 Heavy cockerels, one week old ,$8.40 per 100 Leghorns and Ancona cockerels, one week old— B ^ $2,75 per 100 Leghorn Cockerels, day old __$1,75 per 100 Leghorns—Rock cross cockerels ~^-~- $4-90 per 100 Assorted cockerels $3.00 per 100 Seconds ,- $3,00 per 100 30,000 started chicks at reasonable prices, all. breeds. tyr ^^•^^••••••••••^^^^•^^^^•••^•••••^•^^^^••••i^^^^M^BMM^MBB^i^BMB^B^B^^MMMMMMMBBB Poultry Raisers ATTENTION For our many customers and-friends who are sincerely interested in raising better poultry for bigger profits, we will hold a special POULTRY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM Friday Evening, May 12, at 8 O'clock Higgins Hall - Whittemore DO YOU KNOW? . . . How you can start BOW with a program that will bring you 3,000 eggs during next December for every 200 pullets you house from this spring's chicks? ... Do you know the importance of ventilation, and how to ventilate your poultry house efficiently with little or no dost? ... Do you know a simple program oif sanitation that costs nothing and may save you dozens of birds yearly? ... Do you know how to reduce mortality in your flock and step up your profits? Our Main Speaker Will Be MARTIN B. POTRATZ, Foaltryman Extraordinary Mr. Potratz is probably the most unusual poultryman you have ever met. He is an Iowa Farmer who has made a success raising poultry. .He maintains a flock of several thousand birds. He is a recognized .authority on feeding, management, ventilation, housing, sanitation and poultry health. He is an Interesting, dynamic and entertaining speaker, and you will enjoy every moment of his talk. So don't let anything keep you from 'hearing Martin Potratz at the Higgins Hall Friday evening, May 12, at 8 o'clock sharp. . Mr. C. J. DeKoster will also talk on nutrition, and somefree nioyles will be shown. Refreshments Will be Served Whittemore Hatchery E. H. MAAHS, Prop. • II M HOUSE Using Gamble's Super Quality HOMEGUARD HOUSE PAINT Made of finest ingredients known: White Lead, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide and pure Linseed Oil. Compare with paints selling for $3.60 per gallon. • Greater Coverage— 400 to 600 Sq. Ft Per Gallon—2 Coats • Greater Protection—Penetrates and Preserves the Lumber Per Gallon In 6 Gallon Lots ' • Longer Life—Now Guarani • teed for 6.Years of Service • Greater Economy—Lowest Cost Per Year of Service • Greater Hiding Power and Greater Beauty Single Gallon.. GAMBLE'S STANDARD HOUSE PAINT Per Gallon In 5 Gallon Lots. $f69 . i™""" COMPARE WITH $2.00 PER GAL PAINT! Gamble's Grade "A" Barn Paint A real super quality paint. Lasts longer and covers far more surface (350 Sq. Ft. Per Gal. 2 Coats) than ordinary paint. Brilliant red shade-^high gloss finish. Per Gallon In 5 Gallon Lots $155 Single $f65 . i— Gallon... i—" 1 " Gamble's Standard Quality Barn Paint Per Gallon In 6 Gallon Lots. 98 Single Gallon, $110 GAMBLE'S WASHABLE CASEIN PAINT 5 Lb. Pkg. 59* Quick Drying, Self-Sizing, Popular Colors. Snaw Qutty Fhw ui Ponh EMM) Quart 2 Qts. 85* 'lit For inside or outside wood, metal or concrete. SAVE ON GAMBLE'S RAW LINSEED OIL In Sealed Can Per «Q Quart «OO One AO Gallon.,..., M«FO Gallons STEAM DISTILLED TURPENTINE In SMlwd Can Dries in 1 hour, 1 coat covers. 1 gallon makes 1H gal- IQDS of PBJ n ti Supr Quality 4-Hw HouMbt 1/22 Gal... pit 29* .SK..49*. High gloss finish. For furniture, toys or woodwork. QAPABLE'S TRUCK AND MACHINERY ENAMEL ' Preserves metal and wood surfaces. ENOUGH BORDER AND WALLPAPER FOR ONE ROOM, (S ft. X 8 ft. SIM) COMPLETE Brand new 1939 patterns at a saving of up to 36%. New ready-trim edge eliminates expensive trim- jnipg. Sin>ply renjpve edge ag easily tearing a check from % check ok. Leaves * perfectly smooth

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