Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1939 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 8, 1939
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U FOR HCE, policies* KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVA^GJB, IOWA nion Daughters Entertain the Mothers at Club PAQENtNB Mtld'i indieit ind the v'nl io Drives a row* W. BECKER'S ING GOODS STORE South Dodge Street hone 720 Kes. 557 s from Legion Hall Algona, Iowa PROGRAM GIVEN AT MEETING AT ETHEL SMITH'S Union Twp., Aug. 7—The mothers of the Mothers and Daughters club were entertained at Mrs. Ethel- Smith's Thursday by the daughters and a son, William Kohl. Business was dispensed with and a program was given with Mrs, Jos. Llchter in charge: v Welcome, Rachel Oisch; saxophone, duet, Moonlight on the Colorado,' Ruth Heerdt, Union, and Genevieve Kollasch, Swea City; Baby May, piano number, Rachel Oisch; talk on the Whistler mother painting, Eleanor Vogel, Burt; duet, Whispering Hope, voice and violin, Hazel and Margaret Jenkinson. Trio, Dorothy Gisch, violin, Ruth 'Gisch, piano, William Kohl, clarinet, presenting Little Sir Echo and Deep. Pur.ple; play, The Little Cousin, seven girls—Betty ani Letty Sarchet, Jean Marie Sarchet, Trella and Lois Gardner, Joyce and Joan Romstad; Goodbye—-Margaret Heerdt. A charge of lOc was made for lunch prepared by the daughters under the supervision of a commit- tee—Aibbie Tjaden and Trella Gardner. The club gave a rising vote of thanks for program and lunch. Owing to illness at the Sarchet home the next meeting will be held at the home of Ada Hoflus, with a covered-dish luncheon, this .week Thursday. There will be an exchange of bulbs and perennials, and a paper, What About Walt Disney? will be read by Mame Winkel. On August 24 there will be a contest party, and members are expected to attend this week's meeting to catch up on points. spills, and roaring mo above is an action sho ;:-s will greet racing fjfcis here .Wednesday, August 23, at the of the sensational feature event here last year, Kossuth County Fair auto races. 0. H. KLAMP, Field Representative Osmund Leland west of Elmore, build a tall tower, on which he and a half mile north of the state line, •find his family came from Story county 11 years ago, and are glad they did, for they like their neigh- his brothers handled the pipe with •which they turned the auger. The •well was finished in due time, and it furnishes good water. The boys used 10-inch tile for casing. Last NEW TENANT LOAN COUNTIES K^. 1» 1 rriv. t „. (**»««* j.v-JiJVj.1 uic JlUt UciSUlK* JJUHL boihood. rhey have fine crops this I.week Monday the brothers were C, C, SHIERK \IA TRIS1 loot Specialist) . Callouses, .Hammer etc., are often the jms of more serious Avoid more serious e by prompt attention, neglect your feet. IsonBldg. • Algona Phone 250-W. Glsches Get Unexpected Cull— A group of relatives here to attend the Mrs. *Mary Frank] rites were surprise callers at Laurence Gisch's Wednesday evening. They were Mr. and Mrs. Young, of Gold year. There has been plenty of •rain up there. * * * * At the Ralph Roberts place, •northeast of Burt, the men were Inking up loose straw around a stack last week Tuesday and were •putting it into the barn. This straw •was of u good quality. * # # # . August Gabel, who lives southwest of Elmore, is a handsome •young man, but for some unknown reason is still batching it. He was at the Johnson Bros, place Thursday, and threshing was going on. August tends separator. It was jioon when we called, and he said he would have to grease the ma- .chiue for the afternoon run. John,son Bros, had a fine lot of 37 fat steers, which were to be trucked next day to the Decker plant at The boys like to feed T. E. Paul The their YOUR PLUMBING ra out of datel iiew Latest in In- tiou methods. field; the George Bieggers, Liver- .Mason City. more; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biegger, pattle. Lu Verne? Mr. and Mrs. W. F. * * * * . Lynch, Clare, with a son and a Last week Monday, when we daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kram-' called at John H. Furst's, north of er, Wmittemore, a son and a | Lakota, he was cultivating sugac. daughter; Mrs. Eva Deim, son beets. He raises a crop eve'ry year John, and Mary Bieser, Algona; j.and keeps his field clean. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Biegger, a : * * * * grandson, Mrs. Lizzie McDonald, I We called Wednesday on daughter Margaret, all of Wini- J Wickwire, sou hwest or Elmore. fredTS. D.; and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. -who formerly lived .on the Lichter, Union. A light lunch was -Mark arm east of Algona. served. Mrs. Gisch was formerly 'Wickwires are pleased with_ ^ Eva Lynch. ' beeu doing c ougl(lel .able ( improv- Home From Tour in East— ing. Mrs. Wickwire' was picking •Mary Tjaden has returned from \crabapples. There are a number two months in the east. 'She spent' of trees bearing different kinds of a, month with her cousin, Agnes | apples on the place.. and * * * plac-' We stopped last week Monday at and the yield was good. Last 2;, 8 s.r& •;. a » A sr'""» ll a-" ^"ss^s; srs saa-r vSrsi says-ja-: s Ohio, were visited, also an aunt at " ' — --* rt A T> nti— UUv»M< * * * • Kessel, southwest of El- digging a basement for a new •house, and Leo said it would be under the porch as well as the main part.' House and porch will be 26-45. The boys were moving dirt fast, but they -were using a caterpillar tractor hitched to a large dirt-scraper. Soon there will be a fine set of buildings on that •farm. * * * * We called on Raymond Anderson, northeast of Lakota, last week •Tuesday. On this farm a large part of the crops was drowned out last year, but Raymond is rejoicing tl)is season over good crops of everything. * * * * Threshing was the order of the day at August Busch's, southeast ,of Elmore, Thursday, and the bats .were running 60 bushels to the acre. Bins .had to be fixed up in : tbe barn after the granary was full. When we were there the hins were about .full, and there .was a half day of threshing yet to Ao. Mr.^Bufech said he would not .sell any of the crop at this time .if he could manage to find room for all of it. Mrs. Busch, who has •been crippled up some the past .two years, is improving, and is •now doing the most of the housework. 'She is as jolly as ever. Her ,brother, Paul helping with Warwick, R. I. (Mrs. C. A. Rey-J duck8 ' nolds) and an uncle, E. W. Whlt-j L w ford, and his son Daniel. Another j m ; e wag } iau ii ng grain from a aunt, Mrs. G. H. Horton, was visit- ' ; • ~ ed at White Plains, N. Y. In company with her cousin, Eugenia Horton, she visited the world's fair. .thresher to the granary at Henry .Goche's, south of Ehnore. L. W. Jias another farm in Minnesota, ,and threshing was also in progress there. The grain was turning out well. * * * * When we stopped Wednesday, .July 26, at Leander Menke's north•east of Bancroft, he was at a with thresh- Mrs. Mayme Hofius is 80— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius entertained recently for Frank's mother, Mrs. Mame Hofius, who _ _ _ _ was celebrating her 80th birthday. ] ne j g i)bor's, helping The guests were seated at a long t mg but jj rs Menke and the two ta'ble decorated with yellow cosmoi boySi Maurice, 2, and Cletus, 2 and centered with a large birthday cake bearing 80 yellow candles. The guests were the Lloyd Elstons .months, were at home. The Menkes 'farm 200 acres, and it keeps them igoing some. 'We noticed that the a good car is no pu why you should out on it, Giyns ji Gas. . -Be Fair!— lohnson's LIKE OUR SERVICL. T" IIMlMUj.. ---- 1' I .^ pall Loans P to $300 OK ACl'OHOBIMJS HVE STOCK "Pi, courteous, confidential service. ™ IOWA FINANCE CO to Upper D e/ s M«iie» office AlgOB*, I»W« ON INTEBUST BATE * « * S. F. Blome, who lives southwesl of Elmore, was taking care of a tractor Wednesday at Elmer Hagedorn's, where threshing was going ..on. Mr. Blome in other years was engineer for a steam engine, ,.he says more threshing can be Gilmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Eugenej iC1 . ops showed up well. Hofius, Ottosen, and their daughters; and Mr. and Mrs. George Hofius, Algona. Presley Sarchcts are Hosts— ' Mrs. Presley Sarchet had as dinner guests Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden, Mrs. iio mj . _ George Stewart, and the Sarchet ((Ione wlth a tractor than with the juests, Mr. and Mrs. Ames, of one , sleame r. md a Mrs aS Anuie Ra'tcUffe! "of. ! Last week Tues*day Lloyd Rose Twin Falls Ida Mr. Ames was ,nan. northwest of Lakota, and his taken seriously sick Friday even- father August Rosenau une Wier Ing. ,. New Mexico Guests Arrive Mrs. Kennteh Wight .Clayton, N. M., and her son Bob are visiting Mrs. Wight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. Mrs. Wight and lived at Algona) were piling up brush from 1 trees cu down in the grove. They were .making a path for a high line They expect to have electric ser- We didn't learn, but "juice" will come Gelhaus, .was there threshing, and she Corwith Girl is Married May 6 Corwith, Aug. 7—Announcement has just been made of the mar- lagc of Erlcca Bunting, daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunting, ind Alric Thompson, son of Mr. ind Mrs. A. F. Thompson, of Bs- herville. The ceremony was per- ormed May 6 by the Rev. B. H. Wnlther, at the Lutheran parson- ge at Wilbert, Minn. The bride vas born and grew up in this vicinity. She wns graduated from he Corwith high school in 1935, ind attended Junior college at Eagle Grove for two years. Since ,hen she has taught in a country school in Orthel township. Mr. Thompson was graduated from the jWebster City high *f6hool attd"'h*» since served as manager of' [m, Thompson Distributing Co. at Wtr therville. Mr. and Mr. Thompson will make their home at EstheJ 1 ville. Wnrt Youth S/U. I. Graduate. Burt, Aug. 7—Mrs. Maude Hanna, postmistress here, and Ronald Elvidge went to Iowa City Friday to attend university graduation ex* ercises. Mrs. Hanna's son Charles was one of the graduates. Katherine Manus helped at the postoffice during Mrs. Hanna's absence. FILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE 500 legal size file folders, off color. Sell regularly at $2.50 per 104. While they last at fl.60.—Tb« M- vance. I new <ounTie$ T HE DARK SHADED COUNTIES on farm tenant purchases have b,een this map are those in which authorized for the first time. The counties with the light shading are those in which purchases ,have been made within the last two years. Secretary of Agriculture Henry authorizes the farm security ad- Wallace has designated 20 addi- ministration to make 40-year 3 per tional Iowa counties in which gov- ,cent loans to selected tenants in ernment loans will be niade to a .designated counties for land pur- limited number of tenants to pur- phases. chase farms, the farm security ad- , This year's allotment of funds, ministration regional office at Des .officials said, included . $1,317,351 Moines announced Wednesday. for Iowa. During the last two years 121 loans 'have been made_in Emmet, Fremont, Howard, Fayette, Plymouth, Ida, .Wright, Harrison, Iowa, Taylor, Clarke, and .Henry counties in Iowa. The program will''be active in both the old and new counties this The tenant purchase program year, officials said. The new tenant purchase counties: . , Adair, Clay, Davis, .Floyd, Greene, Guthrie, Hancock, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Jones, jfCossuth, Marion, Mo'nona, MUsca- •tine, Osceola, Pocahontas, Washington, and Wayne. said he had come to the house a"bout 3 o'clock in the afternoon and bad been so sober-looking that ,she wondered what was the matter With him. But she knew what to do. She fixed iip a fine lunch, and LONE ROCK LOCALS after he had put it where it would .do the most good he could~"laugh .again. Paul is always full of jokes. Time Tells the Truth about Roofings How can you judge the value in a roofing when you buy? Here's one'sure way that thousandsjof American farmers follow. Insist on the Barrett label. ' The name "Barrett" stands for more than 80 ; 1 yearsof unmatched roofing experience—"Between \ the world and the weather." On roll roofings, ! shingles or other protective products it is definite • assurance of highest quality. 1 If you are planning to fix up your farm, come in ; and let us show you the Barrett products you will [ want to use. We recommend them to you. i BOTSFORD LUMBER CO- Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. Mrs. Carlyle Johnson, .Bancroft,; visit at the-parental Frank Dack- with Mrs. Edwin Mittag, of Lotts' en's. 'Mrs. _ , , . , .. , „ . ., -i.j.10. Frank Dacken suffered a Creek, and the latter's son Robert bruige t() the , <otl cup ,, in ner rlght was a Wednesday afternoon guest of Mrs. W. G. Flaig. The 'women once taught in the local schools together. The Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday with Mrs. Roy Osborn. District and county dues were paid. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and, the W. J. Cottons drove to Fort 1 Dodge Thursday to join Mrs. Hafley Shellito, Ames, h(»- daughter Nowna, and Julianna Cotton, of Chicago. A picnic supper was eat- shoulder one day last week/while she was raising the dining room table to clean the casters. The arm has since been in a sling, and she is unable to do much work. Mr. Dacken suffered injuries to his right leg a few weeks ago, when a guard on a corn binder pierced it, but he is now able to walk and be en at the Craw'ford park there, and Norma and Julianna came here with the. Lone Rockers for a vlsi.t The Legion Auxiliary gave a farewell party for Mrs. Otis Sanders last week Tuesday evening at Tena Jensen's. Four tables of 500 •were in play, and Mrs. Ralph Algona Friday. Thompson won high prize. Mrs. E. j M. Jensen was IcAv. Mrs. ganders, was presented with a guest prize, also with a gift. • Lola Marlow, June Bierle, and Beulah Gladstone spent last week Tuesday evening with June Lar- around. Luella Ackarman spent last week at Hiram Ackarman's, Lu Verne, and all were guests Friday at Jim Ackarman's. pl!IIHIII!llll!!li!!llllllllllllinilllM IS THIS YOUR CAR? Does Your Car Shimmy and Shake? Do Your Tires Wear Unevenly? The Calvin Householders and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond" Bierstedt^ spent Saturday night and Sunday at Edwin Allen's, Sauk Center, Minn. i A few from here attended the funeral .of Mrs. Clarence Dau at son at Swea City. The four girls reminisced about a tour to California they made two years ago. Many from here attended the funeral of Charles Dittmer at Good Hope last week Tuesday . The Rev. and Mrs .Russell Dacken, Chicago, arrived Saturday for a in Northeast Kossuth is Firing Lakota, Aug. 7 — Threshing to this vicinity is about finished: Little time was lost due to rain, for ,we are still dry. Corn is badly fired, and rain would ntfw be of little help in many fields. Pastures are brown, and farmers have turned stock onto 'oats stubble. Some have even been feeding for several weeks. HERE'S THE •vice soon. jirobably the unescer DUUUJ. i™*o. ,I.D».« uiuwawij n*« « tft the Baileys left Friday for Sioux fl . om a government rural electrlfl- I, WC *-n* ••*-.; M . _...-___•* A „! Tr. ' . _i_-i ...UtnVi />vnG!QOe I lift City to visit Mrs. Clifford Aalfs |iCat i ou project which (Merle Bailey). The Baileys met North End, Mrs. Wight at Clinton, Mo. She had accompanied friends by car that tar. Crossroad Gets Gravel Coat- The crossroad west from the uoo Larson corner has recently been crosses the * * * * We called Tuesday, August 1, on j W Berhow, northwest of Lakota,'who lives on a farm of M acres owned by Peter Cassem. who is Mrs. Berhow's father. All the .buildings have .repainted, and been repaired and BU , A big difference 'is all to the good has thus .been made in the appearance of the farm yard. ^ v*is*t "last week Tues- had a works by the month, furnishing machinery and Mr. Green- j-jat avt* ww» *•*-» *-*-- - - t \~ a graveled. Other roads in tne township ae getting needed gravel repairs, Patient Is Getting Well— ! ;, Una ce S mebhoff, £ iSl'dJ'wS"^ aCh^enson,a mile making steady pogres,, since £ e I northeast o^LakoU.Th^m^^^ recent operation on one of ner owne d by hips, ^^ Other fTnlon News. Dinner guests recently at George Kohl's were the George Fandels, the George Alberts, Laurence Hansens all of Whittemore, Mr. ana „.„„.. 'ira Kohl, son David, Lulu and expec ts never to see i'el Kohi; and Maurlne M^"l- **•* i^-vnen aea! Ipugh, Algona. , and Mrs. Jos. Bloom brother Al, with Al's were here visiting from Pawl, were callers at iCphl's f hurday ^ening.^^ ^ George Mr. Mrs. w • ~. j v the He worked the Saturday night, turned them into the pasture forever Sunday, and on Monday morning when be went to get theg found them nursing colts. He Mr. Greenfield by phone to ,o n» w £ and Mr. Greenfield sent by !, east of Bancroft, *'-Hs»i»s Ww OPPORTUNITY LIFE INSURANCE General Agent Do you have the ability to develop a general agency in this territory under a liberal General Agent's contract? Write in confidence to Paul Stewart, Directo'r df Agencies, care of The Inn, Dickinson county, Iowa, Hog Raisers Our improve4 Tyiftity Mixture is the Ideal protein supplement;. Minerals, • >1tajnins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. OUR NEW WHEEL. 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Remember, our Bear Dynamic Wlieel Balancer balances your wheels by the new dynamic method which pof itively assures you of perfect balance at all apeedi from 1 to 100 miles per hour. Whether your car is new or old bring U in today. Corrections shown to toy *Ue tests jjre •liP'^Ml'Mr ^h#-* m^ Im^&s ^'^^HjjIjK. I '" '' t'f?'. ' !_ . _. • • •' '' «*i '"'ll ^^y?^ ^F*''*SfeC~ i '« l ••/ -T,- •'•«•''''' ': " ' ' v • ',s-'f vH"*- -/I ^p-ft$09i v *t,-i j- r>*~"- %/i £ n« 31 M.~ -i^^'v'-ofe.... A'* T4-

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