The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1936 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Dea Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 29, HUTCHISON AND HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW the removal of thoir law of- (iocs from tlic Quinby Bldsr. to the SKCOXD FLOOR. SECURITY STATE BANK BUILDING (Across from postoffice) FLORIDA GUEST, LUVERNE VISITOR Many Social Affairs Honor of Mrs. Seward of Don't Fear Next Winter Fill Your Coal Bins Now! Norton's Superior Block and Blue Star -Can't be beat for heat value. Ask any of-our many satisfied customers to recommend these coals. Order Today and forget Coal Troubles F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Miami LuVerne: Mrs. Ethel Quick Seward. Miami. Florida, has been hon- oieii by several social events during her visit here. A family dinner was given at the Wm. Murray nome a week ago Sunday and Mrs. J L. Lichty entertained at a dinner last week Monday evening. Mrs. Lena Trauger, who is living here now. was also a guest at this dinner. She and Mrs. Murray were guests of the Tuesday club at the meeting at the John Voss home. There she gave a short talk on her recollection of her uncle, Herbert Quick, the noted writer. Mrs. Alex Evans read a very intersting paper on "Homes. Our American Heritage." which was followed by the reading of Edgar Guest's poem. "It Takes a Heap of Livin' " by Mrs. Fred Merkle. Elinor Mae Woito and Dolores Voss played a piano and clarinet duet and refreshments were served. Bride Honored Mr. and Mrs. Veryle Schmid were given a miscellaneous shower by friends and relatives who were invited to the Mrs. Emilie Warm bier home by Miss Lena Warm bier last week Sunday. Before her marriage recently. Mrs. Schmidi was Thelma Sankey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sankey. Galbraith. FARM NOTES (By A. I* Brown, County Agent) The corn Is drying out much better and faster this fall than last (although recent rains may have altered this somewhat) While there are a few fields which were planted Inte, and are still pretty green, the bulk of the corn is out of the way of frost. Farmers are also picking much more seed this fall, which would indicate there will be no 5aortage next spring. Mark Shntv. north of Wesley, us erected a silo using baled sweet :over straw. This is. perhaps, as jv.wd a use ns rould be made of Mraw. and n very good silo results. Mark as well as many others report (hat it is taking about twice the •.creage to get the average amount of 5ileage n? is obthined in a nor- r.ial year. Indoor Picnic The Progressive Woman's club entertained the members of their families at an indoor picnic at the city hall last week Tuesday even ing. About forty-five were present to enjoy the chicken dinner planned by Mrs. P. C. Lichty. Mrs. H. D. Meyers and Mrs. E. C. Woito. members of the committee. The evening was spent socially. Family to Move Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Eustace and family are moving Oct. 1st to the oil station four miles south of Hardy on Primary No. 10. Mr. Eustace has been manager of the Diamond Service station here for several years and the family will be missed in church and social circles. A son. their second boy. was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Thorn last week Tuesday. Mrs. Josephine Brink, Renwick, came last week for a visit at the home of her son, John Brink. The sophomore class entertained the freshman class at a wiener roast at the park last week Monday evening. Mrs. Rosa Steussy has returned from Des Moines, wbere she has been with her son, Henry, who la recovering from an operation. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load lii&ured against loss or damage. Equipped to do an kinds of draying and hauling. 33-tf FARM RADIO 50c A YEAR POWER OPERATING COST FORGET YOUR BATTERY TROUBLES No rnoia A, B or C B&tteiia* to buy. Th»M 8oU iua iiom i 6-volt stoiag« battery. I Easy Terms NOW-WITH STARTLING NEW FEATURES Come into our store on your aexi trip to town. See, hear and operate the Zenith Lightning Station Finder, the New Voice- Music High Fidelity Control, Split-Second Re-locater and other big improvements found only on a Zenith. Discover how you may enjoy your radio ten hours a day . . . the thrill of receiving Europe . . . South America . . . the Orient, on your own farm. Ralph Brown, south of -.ad the high producing herd in the Kossuth No. t association for the j month of August. Ralph's herd of 13 cows averaged 1076 pounds of milk and 33.6 pounds of butterfat Walter Barr and Floyd Bode trill represent their cow testing association in a judging contest at the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress on Friday. Oct. 2. These men were high in the judging contest held last summer at their annual association picnic. Art Dreyer, over west of Lotts Creek, is running his alfalfa and soy bean hay through his sileage cutter and blowing it in the barn. This method of handling takes less storage room, but unless it is quite dry. the danger of heating is much greater. John Mnllin* of Wesley Is getting his hybrid seed picked early this year and running it through a dryer. This method not only Insures seed of high germination but will make all the seed picked and raised saleable. Last year about half of the corn was tested out in addition. The testing costs more than the drying. W. J. Frlmml, Kossuth county chairman of the soil conservation program, reports that the township committeemen are getting the maps into the county office in good shape and in another week or ten days this work will be pretty much completed. The sooner these maps are completed, the sooner payments can be made. There Is still time to spray thistles this fall and yet be effe(.'-' live. - The success of weed eradication depends entirely on follow- up work until the last weed is killed. Although rain came late in most sections to Improve the corn crop mibstaiitlaJly, It-did improve pastures, thus reducing- the feeding of hay and grain and with this a slight adjustment In foodstuff prices. Farmers who may with to substitute grains other than corn in their hog feeding rations, may use the following figures somewhat as a guide: With corn worth 95c to $1 per bushel, ground oats is worth 39c, ground barley 71c, and ground rye 83c. It should be remembered, how- vfr, that corn should make up a part of the ration for maximum gains and for best results. Bancroft Women Sponsor Surprise Party Thursday Bancroft: Eight couples had a surprise party for Mrs. B. B. Kohn ke last Thursday evening. Mrs. A W. Kennedy won high score for bridge and A. W. Kennedy won the cut prize. Mrs. Kohnke was pres ented with a gift In honor af the occasion. G. W. Carmean was a visitor In Des Moines last Tuesday. Mrs. M. A. Saunders entertained the members of her club at bridge Inst Thursday. Eileen Wtltsie, Blue Earth, Minnesota, is visiting this week with her cousin, Helen Pox. Herman Deiterlng and son. Gregor, LeMars. visited Friday and Saturday at the H. J. Deltering home Hubert Hood. Humboldt, visited Thursday and Friday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood. Rev. Father Scnultes. F. A. Reck- or and J. H. Welp plan to leave on Tuesday for a week's fishing trip In northern Minnesota. Francis Lonergan. Council Bluffs, spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies, Tlton- ka. spent Saturday and Sunday at the H. J. Deiterlng home. Mrs. Callies is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Deltering. Mrs. G. W. Carmean returned home Friday from a week's visit at the Earl Elliott home in Rockford. 111. Mrs. Elliott is a daughter of Mrs. Carmean The following attended a democratic meeting at Algona Friday evening: Mrs. F. Bradley, Mrs. B. J. Deitering. Anthony Cogley. J. H. Sheridan. John Sheridan and Frank Brink. LONE ROCK NEWS 18 at J. J. Club Session, LuVerne LuVerne: The J. J. club met on Friday afternoon at the Carl ioetsch home with 18 members and .wo guests present. Mrs. Archie Sanford gave a History of Lu- Verne, after which the afternoon was gpent sewing and visiting Mrs. E. L. Eustace resigned as member of the club at this meeting. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer and Mrs. Andy Neilson were guests. Four Corner News Harvey Royce, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmelinjs and Patricia Sue dt Thursday morning for Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander are the proud parenUi of a baby daughter born Sept. 21. The little one has been named Evelyn Joan. Mrs. Alexander is the former Evelyn Nickerson. Mrs. J. P. Nickerson entertained the Four Corner Mother and Daughters club Thursday afternoon. Two plays were given, also u reading which was enjoyed by all. The hostess served delightful refreshments. Mrs, Ohet Kubinson, Mrs. Verle I.owman. Mrs. Jessie Royce and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham attended a reception given for the new minister at the Baptist church in Alx»ria, Kev. urid Mrs. Schwy- l;art, Thursday evening. At Ventura Luncheon The following ladles attended a 1:30 luncheon at the Chicken Inn, near Ventura, given by Mrs. L. R. Roderick, last Wednesday: Mesdames W. G. Flalg, Frank Flaig. Fred Flaig. Frederick Schultz, Fred Genrich. Robert Dransfeldt, Dorothy Sharp, J. M. Blanchard, H. J. Rice, Art Prlebe and Alex Krueger. Ed Bierstedt Farewell About 50 neighbors attended a farewell party given at the Ed Bierstedt home in honor of the Bierstedts last Thursday night. Five hundred was played. The Bierstedts will move soon to their new home at Burt. Mrs. Ora Hurlbert entered the hospital at Iowa City Thursday. The Emil Kraft family visited the Herman Relsners at Lotts Creek, Thursday. The V. V. Frye family went to Cylinder Friday to visit at the B. B. Frye home. A reception for the teachers and the P. T. A. was held 'In the school Monday evening. Mrs. Kate Hawks has been tak- ng treatments at an Algona hospital for the past week. Bernard Pettlt began work as clerk in Raymond Prlebe's grocery store at Fenton. Wednesday. Vern Dacken of Lisbon came on ''riday to visit a few days with his parents, the Frank Dackens. Dorothy Macumber and Kathryn >tebritz, employed at Fort Dodge, ame home Wednesday to visit. The juniors began work on their •lass play Friday. The name of he play selected is "Sadie Gets El- cted." The C. H. Helgason family mov- d to Wallingford Wednesday. Mr. ielgason was formerly the butter- maker here. The Lem Marlows went to Mua- atine Friday to get Lloyd Marlow who haa been in the hospital there or some time. T. F. Halloran and son, Giles, of Reddlck, III., came Wednesday to isit at the Hugh Walsh home. Mrs. rValsh ia a daughter of Mr. Hallran. Mrs. Ray Bierstedt attended a miscellaneous shower in honor of -lias Erna Peterson at the Alfred Godfredson home near Burt last hursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hauck of livermore, and Mrs. Lena Hitten- miller of Chicago, visited at the •"red Genrich home Tuesday. Mra. iauck is a aister of Mr. Genrich. Maynard Genrich returned to Ames last Wednesday to continue his studies at Iowa State College fter vacationing here with his parents, the Fred Genrich family. The high school and faculty at- ended a return party given by the 'reshmen, Friday night at the school house. The group winning n the scavenger hunt received eskimo pies. Otto Jensen, Ernest Hutchinson and Frank Droeasler and Sam Mc- ?ieish of Bancroft returned Thursday from their two weeks' fishing trip at Bowstring Lake. They also motored through p.nts at Canada. A*]tusat>outthaSpticialWinchvrgttiCuaib;n^titinPucchunoPliin . , , Voupoyori/yflS/or t Wincnarger • • • only HO /or f/ie Utility Moi/c/ . . . when you buy it with your Zenith Faun Radio. Kossuth Radio and Electric Shop 214 E. 8ta*<- Ft. MILTON HAUL ALGONA, IOWA <A>me in uiid see this uew radio and tin- wind <-hai'K*:r Phone 170 Notice To F. H. Blagle: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd. day of December, 1935, the following described real estate sit- uaU-d in the County of Kossuth and .State of Iowa, to-wit: Lois One <l> Two (2) Three (3) rj Four U> of Block Five (5) of Cull & Smarts Add to Algona Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Kossut.h County, Iowa, for taxes due and delinquent, to H E. Hist that the certificate of purchase was •July asj>i«netl to M. P. Haggari who is now lawful owner of sau certificate; that the right of re iJemplion will expire and u dcej foi .,ii'J land will be made by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa unleas redemption therefrom b made within Ninety (90) days from the completed service of this no tice. Dated Sept. Utb, 1«36. M. P. HAGGARD, Owner and Holder of Certificate 37-38 of Purchase General Hospital Sunday, September 20—Mrs. Art Alexander of Algona, gave birth to a baby girl. The baby weighed 7 Ibs. and 30 oz. Mrs. Alexander will be remembered as Evelyn Nicker- bon. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander are living on the Nickerson farm near Algona. Sunday, September 20—Mrs. Kate Hawks, of Lone Kock, entered for treatment. Sunday, September 20—Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schultz of Algona are the parents of a baby girl born to them weighing five pounds and two ounces. The Schultz family moved to Alsona last October from f~'*ero- kee. Mr. Schultz is a sales;..an. Friday, September 18—Silly Bryant, of Algonn, had his tonsils removed. Friday, September 18—Violet Hanson, of Algona, had a major operation. Friday, September 18—Doris Batt, of Whlttemore, had scalp wounds and abrasions dressed, and Henry Bonnstetter. of Whittemore, was treated for broken left ribs, and head injuries. Accident victims. Saturday, September 20—Mrs. Cecil McOlnnls, of Algona, underwent a major operation. Monday, September 21—Everett McCoy, of Britt, underwent a ton- sllectomy. Monday, September 21—Agatha Fasbender, St. Benedict, appendectomy. Kowuth Hospital Tuesday, September 16—Loren Bakken of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday, September IS—Mra. Frances Benschoter, of Algona, bad a, broken left arm tet. Tuesday, September 15—Herman Warmbier, of LuVerne, entered for medical treatment Thursday, September 17—Mrs. M. L. Vinaa», of Burt, underwent a major operation. Back from Oanada St. Joe: Leonard Thilges and son, Lawrence and Casper Thilges returned home from Canada Saturday, where they had taken Mary Elschen, a niece of Mrs. Leonard Thilges. They were gone two weeks. Cleaned and Pressed Modern Dry Cleaners bring back original life and color . . . make an old dress look and feel . . . like new. Phone 537 today. Fur Trimmed Winter Coats Have them cleaned now before you really need them. Called for and Delivered Modern Dry Cleaners A NICKEL DRINK-WORTH A DIME Ask for Pepsi-Cola Hudson - Terraplane Sales and Service SPECIAL for Wed, and Thurs. One complete grease job for 50c with every oil change Diamond 760 Products Globe Batteries Goodrich Tires Bornong Motor Co. Roy Crapser , Mechanic J. G. Bornong Prop. Phone 410 ' Hand Tailored Ladies* Suits Suits made to your own measurements You can wear one of Madson & Hanson's hand tailored suits anywhere and know you are one of the "best dressed." Beautiful materials from which to make your selection, in several price ranges. Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Clothes Hot Dogs at Our Door We understand that one of the booths at which The Algoua Chamber of Commerce will dispense hot dogs is to be located almost at our front door. We relish a hot dog once in awhile, ourselves, and hope you will, too. And while you're here, we would appreciate having you drop in and visit. This bank welcomes the chance of not only serving when there is opportunity to serve, but also to renew friendships on such an occasion as the forthcoming Fall Festival. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation IOWA STATE BANK RALPH — HAIiOLD — ROY

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