Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1931 · Page 9
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Volume 3d ALGONA, IOWA, JANUARY 8,1931 I'nd ui the 86th the after- TITONKA PAIR WEDDED FIFTY YEARS JAN, 1 Blacktord was Tltonka, Jan. 6 — Mr. and Mrs. H A. .TennlngB celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Thursday Both were' born at West Union Suban county, New York, and came to live with their respective patents on farms near Algona. Thej. were married on a farm near Al gona. Mr. Jennings was a farme all his life till the last ten years when he has been manager of th Fairmont cream station here. Nln , t t't - ' ' L ty -Mntnal fire Insurance hint* .•""_,,„ __4tlnir 'WaB V r~~ i —i. '*<* little nnlvr 25 that year . I' T&ord- Directors were B John Bernr '" Iml „_ the Mll- , ng ines became separated 'rest of the train near,Althe loss,of the coaches d te o, _'overed, by th^ engineer fv afl pulled' In at ' the. next "in a heavy snowstorm on y the morning .passenger i ves t was left by: the J engine fc,t lad crossed the trestle ur- children were born to this union and seven are living: Mrs. Taff, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Louis Parker, .of Fairmont, Fred Jennings, Tltonka, Mrs. Marnet Larson, Tltonka, John Jennings, Algona, Mrs. Harvey Graham, Tltonka, and Mrs. Will Snyder, Swea City. There were abou 50 relatives there Thursday, and the couple received many presents Burt Entertains E. t". Delegates — Burt entertained the EpwortV League chapters from others town at a rally Friday evening. A pa pay J town. The, _ feouVr ctrs* .in*--* K* ^&r&&% , Kel3 were suffering from The evening train going later had the long to Wesley Sunday evening whence she continued her trip to Hampton on the bus. Hazel teaches t Hampton. Mrs. W. J. Denton left Monday lornlng for Fort Dodge and Gll- nore City to spend a few days with er parents and with Mrs. Mary lenken. Arleen Lewis, Lakota, spent last veek with her friend, Irene Callies. Arleen returned Friday, taking Irene home with her for the weekend. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hansen and Mrs. Robert Callies returned Thurs- lay from Rock Valley, where they spent a week with relatives. The Supt. Hunts, Hayfleld, were visitors at Dr. R. C. Ball's Saturday LEDYARD B, B, QUINTS WIN 2 FROM INDIANS Ledyard, Jan. 6— Friday the Junior and senior high basketball boys went to Tltonka, and won both gomes with a double header victory. The Juniors won 28-2, and the seniors, 26-6. Pohlmah, of Bancroft, was referee. I,edyard Senior High— FG Greene ... ............ 1 Warner -_.. ......... —2 Osterman — * ---------- 8 Gables funeral of her grand- tend the mother. Iliiflch to Hospital; Anemia— Art Busch, who Is very 111 with FT Barnes geant was presented by the Bui league' and games were played Lunch Was served following the pro gram. Attending from Titonk were: Edith Budlong, Florence Rey nolds, Alice Gartner, Edithmae Budlong, Violet Slack, Beulah Schutjer? Donald Banta, Loraine Peterson, [Bradford Buffington, Beryl Banta, Myrtle Anm, Donald Bacon, and Leroy Burger. William Strickler, 71, Dies— William Strickler, 71, died Friday at the Van Hansen home southwest of town. He was born in Black afternoon. Mr. Hunt was formerly superintendent here. William Taylor, Morrison, Ill- spent a few days here last week visiting and looking after his farm southwest of town. I Guido- and Alice Sartor returned Thursday night from Chicago, where they bid spent the holidays with relatives. Mrs. Charles Bunting left Monday morning for Iowa City for medical treatment and a possible operation. H. A. French and children drove Hall Lake, Fairmont, Tuesday to sh through the ice. Mrs. Howard French entertained er bridge 'club at a dinner party >Jew Year's eve. The R. C. Balls drove to Rowan 12 Tltonka— PO Anderson ------------- 0 Krantz ............... -0 Helfner ............... 0 Boyken * -------------- 2 Gartner --------------- ° L,edyard Junior High— FG- Moulton 6 Warner — *.*& 4 Lloyd ' 4 Nelson 0 .Tergenson ° 13 Tltonka Junior High— FG- Wlbben. — 0 Callies 0 Brandt 0 Krantz — r 0 Kuchenreuther - 1 Slack 0 Even Honors In B. B. Tilts- Last week Monday night anemia, was taken to a Fairmont hospital Monday. Boy Suffers Kar Infection- Bobby Womnck has been very 111 with an Infection In his ear. Other Ledyard. The J. T. Heanys went to Prescott, Wis., lost week Wednesday to spend New Year's with her parents. They returned Friday, and were accompanied by Mrs. Heany's sister 'who will visit them several weeks. Mrs. Ii. W. Welmer and "Bill," accompanied by Janice Williams, spent Saturday and Sunday in Ackley and Waterloo. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Marjorle returned home with them. Mrs. Wm. Weinberger returned last Thursday morning from Milwaukee, Wis., where she and her husband had visited his mother* Mrs. Jennie Weinberger. Rose Quam went as far as Roland with .the Mansmiths Saturday and spent the week-end with her parents, while the. M.ansmlths went on to Newton. •.'.:.'. Miss Kitley, friend of Harold | Gra'nrier, spent' New Year's here |and visited school Friday, returning that evening to her- home near; Hardy. ...... . The Charles Kramer family, Webster City, spent New Year's at J. W. Hartshorn's. Mrs. Kramer Is Mr. and' Mrs. Hartshorn's oldeet. daughter. . ' '.'•'••. ..'" '." ' . The Sunshine club met with Mrs. Blanche Jenks last week Tuesday evening. The club meets every-two | weeks now instead or once,a month. The Methodist Aid 'meets this Thursday In the church basement with Mesdames Burrough, Jorgenson, and Jenks as hostesses. Mr. LaCoeur met his , daughter, livery .trucks^aml a room In which washing and drying machines are located, which was built more than a year ago at a cost of $5,000. The who'.e building, constructed of DrlcK, measures 22x117. of which this year's addition measures 22x71 ft. The Interior woodwork has been painted green. T. H. Holmes, proprietor and manager, has now been In business here for 17 years. S»» equipment in the building »S valu«t at about $10.000. BEAD 1HE WANT-ADS. ^iiiiiiiiiii^ Dining Room Furniture alumni editor Hawk county and had been living In of Kossuth for about 40 years, the las the five years being spent on the Van LUC I discover the 1 Sexton. t t t "Bob" Sherwood, Lrt Monitor, was ^ given ^ ,, — ^Yarmr The Rev. J. EL Cllf fitment as postmastei at BUIII Burt _ con ducted funeral ser Iceed Frank Mann, and nm ap i^ ^ ^ yan Hansen nome , an lent had been sent J' 0 ^ 16 ^" burlal was made in Riverview ceme (raft. Jonathan Hul ° u " *?,_ tery, Algona. Mr. Strickler had bee -Foster were defeated candi |' e ^^ mofjt o£ hla life . He wa hoys and girls' teams played basketball with the school teams and divided honors. Both games were one-sided. The girls' score was 40-5 In favor of alumni. Helen Hagge, high point scorer for the county iVir, i «H.v^ucm 111^1. »i»n v.i»»-c7---—• Mrs. Laura Black, Des Moines, at Fort Dodge Saturday, bringing net- here for a few days' visit. Marvin Lloyd, second son of Warden Lloyd, is threatened with pneumonia and is under the care of Doctor Devlne. • 8 Piece Dining Room Suite • 60-in. buffet, 8-ft. extension table, 5 straight chaiw, and one S arm chair-oak or walnut-regular $125.UU. _ __ . . unday to take Ruth Squires home fter a visit here. Ralph Harms spent three days nst week with the C. G. Winters, Mason City. Frank Meyers has rented a farm near Woden and will move there March 1. May Discover New One* Tip from the Tennessee News: People spend line time you make them wait In;)summing up your 'milts., so don't' IIP Inte. never married. |j Tan N«ss, newly elected Vetcran , t « Make Poppies— attorney, had moved to Al- Through'the efforts of the loca I from Whlttemore, and had AuxiUa ry Antone Sorenson, a d 'two rooms in the Algona L blea war vet eran here %vill nial building, facing east, forU 000 . pop pi es to be sold in May. This One of the small rooms addg me ans of earning funds to sup- a part of Squire L ort hls fam iiy. He will be able to given to 'Mr. make 10 0 to 150 popples per. day, according to the condition of his hands, as he suffers from rheuma- Four Corners t t t nkcrs Wadswortli and Chubb tism. In work checking the °°" n ^ . They had been appointed he board of supervisors. Later tem of state checkers was sub- ted ior local checking commit- 111 nker Kyler, Lu ir« Victims Generously Aided— Mrs. George Bonacker, whose par- equip- . household chrlfltma a I eve, reports that neighbors friends have supplied them and with • „ irienus UU.VG K,MI>I*..~— — nier »,», — Verne, froze everythim y they need, even building . his ears while spending a few I houg(J for tnem , ln which .they tents out in the "open..one'day I re settled wlt hin ftmr.daya attei A New Year's dinner was served at Noble Mitchell's last Thursday for the Etna Mitchells. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, Qulnten Bjustrom, and Edmund Larsen. A few relatives and friends at Edward Rich's New Year's eve watched the old year out and the new year in: the John Sabins, Irene and Loretta Walker, Orville Holdren, Louis Broesder, and relatives of Mrs. Rich from near Whittemore. A brother of Mrs. Rich remained for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich left last week Wednesday for Minnesota for a short visit with Mrs. Rich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Earl Rich did the chores, and Mrs. Wil- last year, made most of the The high school boys won 37-17, and the second team played part of the time. James Lloyd Receives Transfusion- Last week a mention of James Lloyd going to a Rochester hospital was made, but he went to a Fairmont hospital last week Monday instead. There a blood test was taken, and Friday transfusion of blood was made'. He is suffering with anemia, and so far there has been no material change in his condition. Wringer Bruises Hoy's Arm— Little Johnny Wentworth met with what might have been a serious accident last Thursday, when his hand was caught in a clothes wringer run by an engine and ran through to the elbow. Mr. Went- Walters, Elmore, who several months In the | Schultz cafe, spent Sunday here. Supt. Laurltzen'e parents and his sister, of'Klemme, visited here last week Wednesday. D. A. Carpenter's brother and his daughter, Granada, Minn., visited here Saturday. ' . Elvin Carpenter returned to Cedar J Rapids Saturday to resume school work. . i Margaret Stephenson, Fenton, spent Friday at Kenneth Stephenson's. Mrs. Logan and Kelly spent Saturday in Algona. = 8 Piece Walnut Dining Room Suite 1 66-in. buffet, 45x54 extension table, 5 straight and one arm chair. Regular $lo5.UU. [previous week. I the fire. Lvaukee railroad officials' had Watch Party is >ed that residents who picked! Loralne and Jcoal that was slopped over from I coal chute should be prosecuted . Ihe future. The Champion said Cards *ere T company action coming In. the served. Mrs. Nauman lie of winter would be -a, hard- her daughter on 25 families who had been \ also spent Peterson at a ^ eve. refreshments Union, Meryl, , with the 11am Rich did the housework. The William Draytons spent No'.v us e the hand. Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Dakota City. LllLUUf^** «•« «•«-— worth was nearby, and reversed the wringer. The arm was bruised but no bones or skin were broken. Glee Club is Entertained— Last week Tuesday Helen Stephenson ertertained the girls' glee club and >the pianist, Mrs. Barrett. Twenty were present, and the even- Ing was spent playing "Bunco." Aleitha Brack won high score, and, Winnifred Friday won low prize. Pencil Pierces Boy's Hand— Howard Long ran a pencil Into his hand last week, and a part of the lead and wood broke off. This was removed and the hand dressed, but infection set in, and he cannot The Modern Dry Cleaners moved a week ago into the new building just east of' the old location. The new building was completed a few weeks ago. The total cost of this improvement -was $12,000, including the rear section, a garage for de-| I Quartered Sawed Oak Dining Table and 6 Chairs. Regular $85.00 I Special discount on all dining room furniture for Foster Furniture Co. IlllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll"'""""""""" 1 — — .^—^^••^•^^•^^^^••^^M^^^BI^MI^M^^^^^^^^^^^^S MAKING NEW FRIENDS AND KEEPING THE OLD U UI1 fftf *nn*»»»**w ,, ..— iendent upon the coal that slop- over for the winter fuel. The ler said that at first only the |r who had been unable to buy ll had picked it up along the Vt-of-way and under'the coal fte, but that recently the more jperous, and those easily able to r, had been sending children to coal yard to bring back play ;ons full, ' I t t t " blizzard that covered . Kossuth Lnty the preceding week led J. B. (ickford, 1855 settler, to recall ne of the earlier blizzards. Tom lArthur, Union township, had tent New Year's day at the Black.- 1 home. A blizzard was raging, It toward evening it died down, I Mr. McArthur started for home. . Blackford tried, to persuade r- to stay all night, but Mr. Mc- fthur said that he would at least ke an effort to reach home. All idmarks had been obliterated by .3 snow, so Mrs. Blackford said she Jould put a light in the window as [guide m case Mr, McArthur had I come back. Two or three hours Iter he had gone, the Blackfords •d someone call, and discovered McArthur walking, and holding [ man on his horse. The man's .othes had been wet, ,and were rozen stiff, and he was numb and noonsoious from the cold. He was pvived, and later was none the lorse fo'r his experience, Mr, lackford had forgotten the man's iame, i t T T The start of the farm page In the dvance, which was the 'first real, cally edited and written farm page ,- the world, was with B. B. Hea- jpn's dairy column, started In WW, pnball's dairy farmer, Waterloo publication, in an editorial, said: "Another Illustration of the attt- ude of the press (toward farm >ews) is shown by the following ed- Petersons, day. ^C^» *»***• — —•They went home Thurs- edyar Wins Two A double-header basketball game was played here between Ledyard and Cnka. The first game was ' between the Junior +Vi« «r»ore was 36-2 *•• *** - -- yard Ledyard also won the second garner between the senior high schools, with a score of 2i-<i. woman's Cl*b Hears Proe rtam r the i . Mrs. Harry Beed entertained the club Friday evening. Roll The Larkin club met Saturday with Mrs. Archie Walker. Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Dakota City, came to visit the Chester Robinsons Friday evening and remained till Sunday, s •Ruth and'Mildred Robinson came home last mid-week, after a week with relatives at Spencer, Milford, and Spirit Lake. . There will be a public dinner at the Oood Hope community room this week Thursday. Chicken will be served at 50c. / School was reopened Monday in Union No. 7, after a' two weeks Mrs. Ed Oen- Everett Black Car Burned— . Everett Black, one-time resident here, lost his car when it burned last week Wednesday night. He wae south of Morton's when it caught on fire. The, cause is not known. ', Woman Bruised in a Fall— ^ Mrs. Olof Engelby slipped on the top cellar step New Year's day and fell to the bottom of the stairs. No bones were broken but her shoulder and back were badly bruised. Mrs Mayer Loses Grandmother— ' Mrs D, B. Mayer and Marjorie went to the home of her parents at Waterloo last week" Monday to at- The Oakland Motor Cat Company introduces WO FINE CARS with new beauty- new performance - new low prices O'Neil, drama- 'Em- Mrs. Rochester hospital. tm.ed over his Chevrolet coupe. The car was Completely dentollshed. Other Titonka, BHttb Mra. Can-e Bon- STATEMENT OF CONBITION OF Kouuth County State Bank A. D. 1930. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities — "— Overdrafts :- r —- •-Banking House __: — Furniture and Fixtures -i „ Other real estate owned ,Due from banks and bankers, cash ana cash items 22,600.00 8,137,95 Total Resources LIABILITIES deductlns ex- cap.ua U U ndWidedproms«ter' •.penses) -- ------ ~^~- — ^-^ ---- " Reserved lor depreciation -------- ----•> peposiU due to banks and bankers on $ 600,045.35 67.26 30,737.95 71,895.32 293,483.21 $ 995,208.09 70,000.00 10,180.52 1.500.QO OAKLAND PONTIAC $1035 IS ALGONA For the 2-door sedan, ^ equfpped and deliv- DEtn r EB.ED ered. $»035, coupe; $1135, 4-door sedan; $1195, custom sedan; $1115, sport coupe; $li35, convertible coupe. These-cars are fully equipped—even front and rear bumpers, extra tire, tube, and tire lock are included. Mf A160KA For the S^doOf Sedan, ^ _ _ .. equipped and deiiV- DELIVERED ered. $796, e'buiJe; , $868, 4-door sedan; $908, custom sedan; . $835, sport coupe; $865, convertible coupe. "These cam are fully equipped—even front and rear bumpers, extra tire, tube, and tire lock are included. Stvle dependability characterize these two fine cars. You note modern mode, rich ^finish and detailed attention in these achievements by Oakland, Fisher and General Motor*. taken from the Koseyth. County Advance. It will be * re- 'ered that Algona, tho county is the headquarters fronj Heaton works in Ms cam- for better dairying . , . It £ . unique movement, ftnd'the first of |w kind in the, United States short paragraph, from Mr. • - , . daU-y oojumn in the 4flva.n.cs Edith Budiong, «""• ~-- " Savings deposits Time certificates of deposit Demand certificates, pertlfled and unpaid dividends ...-, Trust funds --? -------- - checks '738.04 913,527.67 $ 995,208.09 the text frojn, was, an .. this, edjh *aaUPUr»«* • • a* Total'Liabilities — STATE OF IOWA, K ° S We T H ^"X&ent, and J. S. Auner, Cashier of the bank above nam^d, do solemnly wear that the toregotog state- bank aoove w«» ^ y>rtwA, to thf best of our knowledge and ' H, E.. RIST, President j, g. A.PNPR, CftsWer. m.e and, subscribed, in' my presence Jjy H. 50. rat ' OAKLAND'S 85 b, P. V-Eight motor, inherently smooth apd quiet, deUvers brilliant, rugged power, SYNCRQ-MESH^-New Syncro-Mesh transmission makes shifting easy at Any speed, up or down, BODIES BY FISflER-Styled by Fisher, each of the six Oakland body types is distinguished by its smart appeaiance, generpus Comfort and its rich, attractive inwrior with mohair and whipcord upholstery. R. B, REAR AXLE--New, sturdy war wde; rein- ^ grc?dStr5«iowb*Utn4soUerb^iag«. OtUeaied in and dust sealed out. 5-BAR FRAME-New, heavy frame, wiA five cross: oiewbe?s, riMOces firm, rigidfouadawonfor the body. RUBBER CUSHIONING-** mpre than 40 points throughout the chassis, n$w rubber cushioning ease* riding an4 ieadeo* PONTIAC'S big 60 h, p. motor is econproical, yef powerful, with quick, smooth acceleration. LONG WHEELBASE— Wheelbase is lengthened, permitting large, spacious bodies, added ease comfort, BODIES BY FISHER— Six bpdy rypes beauty and craftsmanship. Mohair and upholstery; non-glare windshield; Seep, luxurious cush-r ipns; adjustable driver's seat; sizable, livab|| |niro LARGE BRAKES— New mecbjn|cai brakes are one-fifth larger; easy and sure tpoper«e. JNLOX-FLOATED^New In|p» wWwr iw shackle bushings reduce road shocks antj eUm||HHt; v twelve '|ubrica$lpn'poi,nts. " " - ' WEATHERTIGHT C windshield posts are formed m P»* 8HW*j W#*8f tight cpnwructian.. _ ^ ( /, ^A/,,**. r ALES U:^ -; •>:• ^ 7 t -., r^t-^ ^f^^f^S^^^m^, . S ,^^.^r2. '>~£V "

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