Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1939 · Page 7
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KOSBtJTH COUNTY APVANCE. A1X30NA. IOWA Weeks Busy for Senio 5ERMON, CLASS I ALGONIAN ON NEW DAIRY COMMISSION PLAY, ADDRESS ARE FEATURES wonderful oatmeal baser. .' :; '.|- V, : "''v: : ' AUo contains Copcentr« te<1 Spring R««|ge— man? health b«M- 6ts of fresh pasture t/i Verne, May 29—The closing of the school year, combined with the dedication of the new gymnasium, made the last two weeks full ones tor all Interested in ths school. The Rev. E. R. Walter gave the class sermon at the gymnasium Sunday evening before a goocl- el/ed audience. The seniors presented their play, The Ghost Parade, last week Tuesday evening. Ka'thryn Dlmler played a flute solo, Walter Peterson, a saxophone solo, between acts. Class day exercises took place Wednosday afternoon, and 6 were graduated from the eighth rade, with Vera Dimler as vale- Hctorian. Various awards were given for declamatory work, typ- ng>,and sports, and Burnell Weg- ier .was announced .as valedictor- an. • Supt. Jordan Larson, of the Ames public schools, gave the ^cMbobydratet ;t he Ful-O-Pep rearing plan IOSA FLOCB AND FEED CO commencement address Thursday evening, using as subject Opportunities. Portland House is Damaged in Blaz Cause is Unknown I Portland TVp., May 29—A disas- j trous fire occurred at George Lar' sen's early Friday when the house partly burned down. Discovery was made at 5 o'clock, and neigh- 1 bors and the Bun firemen were called. I The fire-fighters worked fast j and valiantly, and they removed I most of the household goodf ""- 1 the clothing. The downstairs I fair condition, and the family is living in it for the present. Larsens had recently new floors and made provements. It is not known how vere sick apell last week Sunday night A doctor from Qorwith was called,, and Jlr. Kunkel ^Is' now j somewhat improved 1 . 'He has been| ailing for some time and is on a: strict'diet; • | Small' amounts of corn have been shelled by Maurice Daley and j Herbert Arndorfer. There is not much corn available for shelling, nearly all corn hereabouts being | under seal. I Ted Trunelle is reported sick.! He had the attention of a Corwith I doctor last week Monday and Tuesday. | laid othei the started, but It apparently crigin- ated between the old part <>£ the house and the new addition. Several persons were iijured during the fire and the excitement. Tony Jandl suffered a mashed finger; Howard Trainer suffered severe burns in the palm of his ISO ACRES Improved, in' Garfietd township. High type soil. •"-•'•'•• •-•'•' $110.00 an acre $2700.00 will handle, balance 20 years at Edward Capesius Helse Bldg., Algona The three • im- fire A scientific cleaner that sin a tube is easy and sinv i to use. Just spray or sponge [solution of NUVO on the sur- n to be cleaned — then wipe th damp doth and presto— I comes the dirt, grease and p lilM' ' .'; ,•! NUVO is safe, contains no r alkali and will dean any; on which water may be luscd. » '' ' - . . ' N« men ,.. Ariel quickly! .USBY'S Tuesday Club Ends Tear— The final meeting of the Tuesday club this year was held last •week Tuesday at the rural home of Mrs. John Voss Sr. The Voss home was an attractive meeting place on a warm day. There were 30 members and two guests in attendance, with four members absent. Programs for next year were given ou;t, and the yearly business was taken care of, after which a picnic dinner was eaten. Great [juantlties of food were set on one long table, from which the guests served themselves. The general program topic for next year is Women in a Changing World. Officers are: president, Mrs. Fred Merkle; vice, Hulda Fritzemeier; secretary-treasurer, Anna Woito. The first meeting in September will be with Mrs. U. S. Grant. Two Fire Calls in Day— :- The firemen had an unusual ex- p'e'r'ienfre'Friday, wheivthey received two calls for help in one day. The first came in at 11:30 a. m., when It was discovered a barn on the Max. Meyer, place- in the* west end of town was burning. The fire was extinguished before much damage had,.been doire. In the afternoon a call came from the tiouse owned by R. C. Lenz in southwest Lu Verne, and this blaze was also extinguished before much damage had been done. The cause of neither fire is known. Boyles t« a New Home- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Boyle spent —Iowa Dally Presa Photo IB LEGISLATURE LAST WINTER, authorized creation of a state dairy, industry commission, and one of the appointees is C. R. Schoby, south of Algona on No. 169. An excise tax of , a' -cent a pound on butterfat in the first two weeks of May was provided for to finance the commission, audit was estimated that the tax would raise between $100,000 and $125,000. There will be a. simllafr ™ y next year. The money will mostly be used to advertise dairy products. Wisconsin and Minnesota have conducted similar campaigns. Members of the commission are shown in this picture, left to light. Mrs. Don Wherry, Wyoming, la.; Secretary Donald Jones, Iowa City; Chairman C. W. Postal. Cai- lisle; L. A. Nelson, Red Oak (all standing); Prof. A. W. Rudnick and Dr. C. Y. Cannon, Iowa State college- Mr Schoby T. J Mottet, Ottumwa; H. O. Larson, Dike; Ernest T. Smith, Volga City, Roy J. Smith? SpiHtLakeT Executive Secretary Burr Willetts, Des Moines, Mark Thornburg, state secretary of agriculture. right hand; and Anthony Buffered a-cut in the right arm below, the elbow which required two clamps to close. Hit-&-Run Drivei Backs Into a BIRTHDAYS OF 3 CELEBRATED AT IRVINGTON Portland, May 29 — Anthony Jandl's new Pontiac was damaged at Bancroft Frida: badly even- into it ,y, who drove the car home, will take the case up for settlement. ing, when someone backed and ruined the body. Anthoi Jandl Car C. H. KLAMP. Field Bepmientailve St. BENEDICT Banns of marriage have been announced for two St. Benedic young people, each of wh|>m_ -wtl wed. an out-of-town mate Arndorfer will be married this Irvington, May 29 — The O. L. Millers attended a birthday party honoring Frank Skilling, Algona, at the Skilling home Sunday. Other guests were the Fred and Elliot Skillings, the Charles Harvey's, the Willard Gregsons, and the Everett Lees, all. of, Algona. . ...... A surprise birthday party was given Wednesday evening at William Boldridge's honoring Mrs. Boldridge who was celebrating fin i4WV .^^«, .« ,..— — anniversary Guests were- the>| bus showed us his spring pigs, and Vern Barkers, Mrs. William Met- j he has 150 Hampshlres. . The pigs , ,, •, __ ,\ T> — 4 n « t^Viil— ..« IniJ nvt n notir. nrtTYlont flofll* Fred Mabus, east of Lakota, was a corn cultivator on his tractor oiling the sills on his new corn crib 'Wednesday when we called. He puts oil on .the timbers to keep them from rotting.: Fred built the crib last winter, and it is a well dqne job, .The size is,'29x32, and there is a 13-ft." driveway, also :in Inaide elevator with small grain bins overhead. The structure, we noticed, is ; well ventilated. Mr. Ma- and getting ready to cultivate his corn when we called on him a week ago Saturday. His corn '.vas already up and was in fine shape. * * * •* cause he had caught only It was reported last w,— John • Arend 'was replanting some Sunday with the Mrs. Harry Von latter's mother, Draska. They were en route from Little Palls, Minn., to Topeka, Kans., where Mr. Boyle has beep transferred, by a company for which he works. The. daughter, Marjory Lee, who had ™£t, Mte*^ an , „ ...i.v. »,„.. o.,.on/imnHiPi- since Sunuaj moiimib zen, her children, the Peter Thilges family; and Mrs. Emma McConnell. A group of friends went to Simeon Leigh's Sunday and helped Sim celebrate a birthday. Attending: Mrs. Mary Dole, daughters Lucile and Mildred,* the Stephen Loss Jr. and the Stephen Loss Sr. families, the Ralph Faiths, and Willis Etherington. Michigan Visitors at Egel's— Mr and Mrs. Everett Van Steinberg,' Mrs. Floyd Van Steinberg sou Glen, and Lewis Egel, all ot are fed on- a new cement floor. * * * The Howard Christensons are aj wa n paper; but she took time ou lew family on what was the Christ I to s how us her baby boy, born las t_ A _ e~ .»». n ««tV> r\f T «alrrtto nPVl(» « •„ A i_ i A Itff »n A ctVtci vavnfl l*lj arrived 'OR QUALITY PfllNTS .OWEST PRICES AMERICAN «!«M Varnish ...... :tuiine Experience >. >,Onr e Paint, gal._ TEBIOR GLOSS uauguiv;!, .»»«*« j«..f 1 been with her grandmother since Christmas and had attended school here, accompanied her parents to the new home. Bible School Gives Program— The Lutheran day school pupils will 'give' a program at the church this week Monday evening. Songs, exercises, recitation, and dialogs will be features. The school will be dismissed for the summer June 2 Most of the last week was devoted to preparation of a program to be presented next Sunday. Other Ln Verne News. G. M. Grant, Tacoma, Wash., who had visited his local cousins, Mrs, Peter Thompson and U. S. Grant, has left for home. En route he was to visit his old home at Brainerd, Minn., and stop at Uu- luth to attend a banquet for veterans of the Northern Pacific rail- last week two weeks Lewis, who '. John Ashe,.. six miles northeast of Lakota, was cultivating corn Thursday. The corn was on spring plowing, and it is showing up well John was using .horses, though he has a new tractor, with cultivator We noticed a fine suckling colt in the pasture. Mrs. Ashe was busy at the 'house, for she was hangin footwork, gal. _ tAT WALL FAINT " road. Mrs. . OB AND PAINT, Floors, £4 -7ft $1-70 OTID . E. R. Walter and her daughter Ruth left Saturday for Streater. 111., for three weeks with Mrs. Walter's parents. The Rev Mr. Walter and the son Harold plan to drive to Streater after the with local relatives, had been employed at Flint a few years, will remain for the summei with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Egel. The Van Steinberg and, Mrs.. Egel drove to Mankato Thursday to visit other relatives Dole Family to •Woodbine— Mrs. Elmer Dole, and her children left. Monday for, Woodbine, where Mr. Dole and the John Schumachers are located. In a few weeks Mr. .Schumacher wm move his graveling outfit to a new location near Spirit Lake. Mr. Dole is mechanic for the trucks and machines. Pageant for Children's Day— Practice has been started for the pageant, Truths by the WaypWe,- which will be presented by the Sunday school pupils at the local church on Children's day June 11. College Boy Comes Home— ' Lewis Scheppman drove,to Sioux union Bible school closes. The J. J. club (met for the last •1 11C U. J- »**»••* ----- - time'till fall Wednesday, and* the meeting was in the nature of aiv indoor picnic. The first part of the afternoon was spent at bricige, Mrs, Charles Wolf winning high. Mrs. Harvey Nelson went to Sioux City recently to attend a conference of representatives "f Store With Country Prices. of conaereuv* "' i cl ..~~ the Methodist missionary societies of the Methodist church. Mesdames Phil « en £f s °"' Grant Henderson, Ralph Dimle , and G. A. Eggleston will be hostesses to the Methodist Aid Wednes- JU.-B. J. M. Hartinger came last week from Des Moines for a lew days with Editor Hartinger. Al Miller and his son Milo trav- headlights are "the of O r - day. Mrs. keWlB 00110J»1'W"*" -- • City Friday to get Donald Frank!, who had finished the year's studies at Trinity college there. The boys returned Saturday. Case of Ivy Poisoning— Mrs L E. Colwell is having medical attention, and she is confined to bed part of the time with a severe case of poison ivy. Other Irvington. Kenneth Roney, accompanied by Bob and Paul Watson, drove to Ames Sunday morning, and Bob entrained thence for San Fian- cisco He had been with his mother, Mrs. Beda Watson, a few months. „ -c. <. Mrs. L. J. Gaugenmaier, of Fort Pierre, S. D., and her son Robert arrived Friday for a few days with the Paul Hudsons. Mrs. Gaugen, r.aier is a sister of Paul. The E H. Thomas family, Hanlontown,; visited old friends here estate farm, north of Lakota. The )lace is now • owned by Henry Greenfield, Kelster, Minn., and Mr. Christenson works for him by the month. Howard let us know that he and his wife have a.neV girl, born April 17, name Carol Ann, the first child. * * * * When we called Wednesday at P. F. Kriethe's, west of Burt, he was looking after the young turkeys. The Kriethes have a fine lot started and are expecting an other lot. Mr. and Mrs. Kriethe certainly know how to care foi turkeys, trick that not many really understand. Paul failed to tell us whether he would fatten one for President Roosevelt's Thanksgiving dinner. , * * * * R H. Meyer is new manager a a filling station at the west edge of Wesley! The Meyers came from Belmond. Mr. Meyer is planning pii a place for people to eat, and for the purpose will erect a new building just west of the station. ••••'.' • •" * * * * •• At William Ricke's, southwest o Wesley, a new barn, 36x48, is be ing built. The framework) is o timber that Mr. Ricke made u with his sawmill put of bridg timber formerly part of the M. St L. railroad. This makes an ex tra-heayy barn frame. ED. 'P. 'Doer & Son are the contractors, and Mi Ricke and his boys help. Mr. Rick does the finest mason work wit niggerheads that this writer ha ever seen. We were at Deane June 5, week nd Charles Nelson Tuesday at Wesley A large number of fiihermen lave gone to lakes, and all have eported fair luck. Augusd Husch- ca was mourning last wiek be- me fish. :ek that eptember 14. Mrs. Ashe remark •d that we would be rather late to eport the baby now, but it is nev- * * * Arthur r* too late to report babies. His ame is Carol Wayne. ... * * * * Martin Ashe, four miles south of uakota, was cleaning up, Thursday n his grove. Martin likes to keep lis yard and buildings clean, and hey always look good to the eye. These folks lived for some years n South Dakota, coming to Iowa eight years ago. They go back sometimes for visits, and they showed us two ears.of corn they brought home last fall. The ears are small compared to Iowa corn. Mr. Ashe said in 1915-he raised a good crop of; corn there.^This was id miles west of Yankton. The farm whfere he now lives is owned ay an insurance company wJiich lias done considerable tiling .this of his beet, crop because of drought or -cut worms. . ""Mr. and' Mrs. Matt Kelley went to Irvington a few days ago for a visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ralph. Parsons, ajlso.-to-.be- near the river, for both are fond of fishing. Irene Fasbender. retun.ed. from short visits at Mason City and Stacyville, Minn., last wejek Tuesday. Her mother, Mrs. is not recovering, from sickness as rapidly as .— — hoped for. Doctor Adamii, Wesley, was called back Wednesday to see her. Fred Erickson is work on his house') i recent tad been dpiiig repair an I Arthur spring. We called at H. L. Stenzel's, Rosenmeyer has been employed at the work. A concrete a^nd stone wall was laid under the house, and Fred also plans a small basement and cistern. Mrs. "Chuck" Kerrins and the children called on the former's sister and the Kerrins sisters at Wesley last week Tuesday. Mrs. Dornbier, daughter Celia, Mrs. Glen Woods, Mrs.) "Chuck" Kerrins, Mrs. Roy r Borlioltz, \ and •Mrs".•'Gregory'"' Stiide'r tailed' on Mrs. Ben Dorr last week Monday, and Celia remained a few days to help care for Mrs. Dori), who has been critically sick with pleurisy and a heart ailment, at last reports could be up for short p Zumach's, south of Lone Rock, last week Monday, and culling chickens was going on. There are always some hens lay no eggs, and these are sold. Arthur had his corn cultivator all ready to start work in the field next morning. * * * * Willis Cotton, who lives on the north edge of Lone Rock, is a busy I\YV ueii'icu «*t **• *-• — - ,— southwest of La,kota Thursday, und hier n^an sprieht Deutsch ein wenig The cows had cqrne up for a drink at a big water tank, and they are a fine' herd. - Herr Stenzel sagt dass die Kuhe showed UP better this spring than heretofore. Er daclite .that this-was because he fed ,ein wenig more grain through 'the winter than before. The season was -pretty wet las! year, and the hay' and straw did not make good feed. . • * * * * Eppo Johnson, southwest of Lakota; was cultivating corn Friday, and we noticed that his field was an, even stand, free of weeds. Eppo and two brothers were cultivating, one with a horse-drawn two-rpw, one with a tractor-cultivator, while Eppo .driving a fine team of sorrels, was doing the close work along the fence. The boys were all doing good jobs. * * * * Louis Kaphengst, southeast of Lailier, Mrs. W. Arndorfer, Mrs. Beckmann, and Mrs. called Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs, Carrie Erickson, ind sisters of Mrs. Fred Erickson from Burt and Swea City respectively, accompanied by Arthur Rosenmeyer, drove to Dows Wednesday to attend exercises in. which Erlckson's sister, Dorotiy Sennen- felder, was graduated. It was reported last Ben Kunftel had had Erickson Erickson, Mrs. Fred •week that aether se- EXTRA STREMGTH in Your Fence Line Here's a steel post made just like a railroad rail! Every ounce of steel is placed to give greatest strength and resistance to strains in your fence line. j See How the line wires are fastened? It's quick and easy— a nd they'll never slip up or down. Every post is finished with 2 coats of high-grade red enamel, baked on. You'll save days of labor when you fence with ALUMINUM TOP steel posts— and you'll never have to replace them, for they can't rot or burn. In the long run, you'll save money. Stop in—look them over. Like a RAILROAD F. S. NORTON & SON COAL • ALGONA, IOWA LUMBER PAINT PHONE 239 fishing eling in their trailer are in northern Minnesota. '"'Arnold Sanders has purchased and is operating a portable feed man these days, for he has a chick hatchery. He said last week Monday that he had sold more baby chicks this spring than in .any other spring since he started the hatchery: Willis v took a little time out to take us to the house and show us their fine boy. who is now 14 months old and the picture of health. 'He is just starting to talk. Banker and Mrs. N. IL. Cotton,, of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Morgan, Algona, are the grandparents. All painted yard and Louis has mill. ^ Ex-Algonian Enter* State 'U* Ho»P»tal Wegneris also a patient at tne onow, last week Sunday. Mr, Thomas .is former station agent here. Mr and Mrs. A. D. Headley have been visiting their daughter. Mrs. Maurice Eddy, at Aurelia. ThB Md met Thursday at ThB me chSch with Mrs. Lucile Blanchs spent Saturday and Sunday with Donna Jea* Waldron. Another Operation for Irvington Boy See how much you get this year BIGGEST 12" drums, * * * * Leonard Dittmer, who lives oji one of the Paul Kriethe farms near Burt, and his brother Angus, who lives on the next farm west, also a Kriethe farm, were repairing fences when we saw them a week ago Saturday, The. fence consists of one -wire only, but }t is charged with an electric current, and after contact with it cattle and hogs stay away from it. We wonder if they think it is something alive with a powerful kick. Frank Flaig is the village black- sm.ith at Lone Rook, and he the busiest raan |n town last Elmore, was doing some painting when we arrived Friday, *•" " f the buildings are being . white, which gives them a striking appearance. This is another place where we always find buildings in fine shape, fine corn, already seven inches high. * * * * •We always find Carl Beckstein southeast of Elmore, the same friendly Carl. He lives alone, though he ought to have a housekeeper. Carl has built a fine fence along the road beside his farm, and he is planning -to paint the buildings. He has 80 acres where he lives, and he has bought another 80 across the road north where he will also paint the buildings- HYDRAULIC BRAKES, 162 sq. inches of braking surface; biggest ever [used on a low-priced car. MOST ADVANCED STYLIHG-i-d V-8 and De Luxe Ford V-8 are recognized style leaders of li>39 low-price field. ONLY V'8 ENGINES. in anylow.pricedcar. Smoother, more responsive, more fun to drive! HIGH GAS M!LEAGE-85hp.Fo«iv.8 in this year'|8 Gilmore-Yosemite Economy Run showed bes: gasoline mileage among all leadr ing low-pri:ed cars. STABILIZED RIDE-Onlylow-prkedcar with Torque-tube drive and radius rods front and rear. LONGER RIDEBASEthaaaj.yo.het low, priced car; 123 inches bef ween front and re« AMONG ALL LEADING LOW-PRICED CARS - »»**.** RSSS m* ~ f '• —. • - i?p7-'TOsw -BWP • JWMWPK w w^^^^P t • • 'Ai-"-A****r~ grj-*. r -^ Skull Fractured a* Car MJMe» a Turn Swea City, "May 29—Albert Anderson suffered a fractured skull and severe, bruises a week ago Friday evening, wb.es a car in which he and Rudolph, Lundqulst were ST^^^r^SgSl 'S soutn iWlPprt, who was „„_„,, „,„,-.,. the windshield, is recovering in a lijfason City 'nos - Rudplpn, T$K> was driving | serious injury. Cpnsjdfsr- $Je" damage -was, done to t&e car, ,»rjiicfc belonged to R,.< p. SnjJtn, local -,*."-,"• 4 in »|'f<MB». 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