Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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BEDS SEEDS SEEDS THE SE«1> SEASON IS HERE AGAIN i We have bought a straight carload of Northrup & Co ,'s field seeds, and have the seeds in our r house,' Come in and Inspect these seeds, let us [ aVe your requirements, and let us have your orders (fTsc we can give you the best seeds while this car- had lasts- •: We carry a great many varieties of both field and L den seeds of the best quality. We will be glad to r^you what we have in stock or will gladly get, on Ert notice, any kinds of seeds which you may want. igona Flour & Feed Co. PHONE NO. 257 To Whom It May Concern i --'•.. this is to certify that the firm of Kraft-Misbach Co., f Algona, Iowa, is this day dissolved, to be in effect 0111 and after the data ot April 4,1931. L persons or firms having claims against the said fompany will present claims; if any, on or before Ipril 4th, 1931. f° r payment and all persons indebted fosaid firm will settle by cash or other equivalent, on |rbefore April 4th, or with a trustee appointed by us, fee name and place of which further notice will be Even, for immediate liquidation. interested persons or firms will take due notice nd be governed accordingly. , Signed: 1APT-M1SBACH CO., by George Kraft Chas. F. Kraft Joe Misbach. Dated at Algona, Iowa, on this fourth March, 1931. ; day of More than 3.OOO miles in a New Ford i substantial worth of the new Ford is reflected in good performance, economy and reliability. Its na and endurance are particularly apparent in :lion§ where bad roads and severe weather put a heavy ra burden on the automobile, hi less than a year a new Ford Tudor Sedan was more than seventy-three thdusand miles over a ult route. The operating cost per mile was very low I practically the only expense for repairs was for new t rings and a new bearing for the generator. The car carried an average load of 1200 pounds of '• and was driven 250 miles daily. "The Ford has ' failed to go when I was ready/* writes one of the > mail carriers operating the car. "The starter did 1 bide last winter even at 34 degrees below zero. The 'runs about 20 miles per gallon. At times I pull a kailer whenever I have a bulky load.** Many other Ford owners report the same satisfactory formance. Every part has been made to endure — to you faithfully and well for many thousands of fiii NET Fold TUDOR SCOAN ' PRICES OF FOKB C A * » 430 to '630 *M**te« «*HP. f»r4 dmilfr lor Triple* .hatter-proof g I«u KOSSUTtt COUNTY AdVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA WHITTEMORE MEN TO DRIVE TO CALIFORNIA Wlilttevnore, Mnr. 10—Robert C. Brrint-/, Maplnlon, Minn., his daugh- I.or Kxthor, nnd Uinrn, daughter of Mr. n ml Mrs. Louis Brunt/., Whlltc- ninro, returned Inst wouk Tuesday fn>m n trip t,, Milwaukee via La Crnsso. Tlioy vlsltert Mr. Brnatx'a ] l<rotlieis, and a IU-nnji.il Kuurt, nnd eoniiinnied on Uio return Robert'.s nopbew, Walter Znnel, who | IH his rliaurfeiir for a lime. They en mo hiiek vlu Duliuiiuc. All roads both ways were excellent. Last week Wednesday Mr. Brant-/, nnd Walter It'ft by auto Col' Hun Francisco, where n Mr. Hullon, Robert's broth- er-ln-lnw lives. They were to make .'•flops at Omnha, Halt Lake City, Denver, and Colorado Springs.. At the latter point they were to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Tentz, formerly of AlKtma. Mr. Braat'/, planned to look up all former Whlttemoro people who now live on the coast. He will be away at least two months, and meanwhile his little daughter Esther i.s at the home of her uncle, Louis Braatz. Mrs, Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. £>. Cordes. The Peter Heldtfl, Algona, spent last week Wednesday evening at Herman Voight's, southeast of town. Relatives and friends went to Wm. Meyer's Sunday evening to help Mr. Meyer celebrate a birthday. Kate Hnag, proprietor of the local cafe, motored to Norfolk, Neb., Friday for a few days of visiting. A boy was born Sunday to Mr. and Mvs. Tony Schmidt. There are two other children, girls. Jf.cUv. Cul en ivu< come borne from Ka.stnrrt Pennsylvania, where he had been working of late. A b:>y was born ono cln.y last week for he has been In the bank here for the past seven or eight years. Mrs. Robert Curtis to Hospital— Mrs. Robert Curtis left last week Wednesday for Iowa City to enter a hospital for medical examination. Mrs. Curtis has been in poor health for a. long time. I'uslor Dniiimaiiii 'Not Improving — The R';v. Mr. Dnmmann's condition shows little change. At times he scrims a little bstter, but doesn't .gain as bis friends would like to bavc him. satisfactory. The next Aid meeting, at which there will be election of officers, will be belt! March 20. Albert Davis Family Returns— The Albert Davis family, Which w:>nt to Bloomer, Wis., several wor-ks rr.ro have returned and are for the time bnlng staying with Mrs. ; Ja.vls' parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Hil'.er. 7/^INVESTMEN'C Italic IJliys If.l'.ldliig Tjdfs— .liinies Loslle recently purchaserl t-.vo 'ills In Hip ei.islprn part of town from James Welfare. He plans to move a hoti'se on the lots. daiiRhter, Ito Mr. n nd .Mrti. Henry Muellers, were ac- | northeast of town, trip by ] Mrs. peter Neil was operated on for npptnaieltlH Saturday at ",:<• Medeciy boHpit'Al. Fiidi'peiirlonls T..OSO to IJiincroft— Mra. Ca.rl Ifnnsen has been Kiel:, The Indepnndent basketball team nnd liJilnu. Ijnurit7.Gn Is looking aftar] plnyert at IJn-voft last weRk Wed- the housework. | nrstlny eveniri;.; nnd lost 41-27. . Carl Krnhn is at Portage, Wis., j visiting his daughter, Mrs. Albert Dumkey.s. Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, was sick last week. | Musical Program is IMnnnrd _ j A musical prnc;rarn by tho young | W'npl'f wl'l lir> given March 20, under j :!-.:• supervision of Mr.s. Win. Hold- I rlrlfft! anil Mrs. Karl JHllcr, pianist. Tw» Suffer \v!ili Appenrlirilis— .MIMrc.'l Do!'! lias lin-l .., s"vnro lit- ':ick of nppnmliclUH. M,- s . rjlchard r,'-" \v>m roporip'l critically 111 for a '.linn last; week with appendicitis. I!. I!, fllrls Are All Stars— Supt.-Coach TloHsman, of the Seneca girls' basketball team, picked an ill-Kosfiuth team In which he placed "larllsle, Whittemore, us forward and gave honorable mention to Behnke, Whittemore, as a forward, with the Langerman twins, Whittemore, as centers. Coach Pohlman, Bancroft, also did a little picking, placing Carlisle on the first team and the twins on the second, with honorable mention for Behnke. Since the picking remains good, Whittemore will pick a first team made up entirely of local players. Itcrliert Ziiimicli's Itlrtliilny Observed Friends gathered at Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach's the other night to celebrate Herbert's ISth birthday. Five Hundred was played at eight tables, Edward Heller winning the high score, Harold Wagner low for the boys, and RoselJa Voight, high, and Laura Braatz, low, for the girls. Walter Wittmus and Lucille Zumach, Fcnton, were out-of-town guests. U. It. Hoys Lose to Dolllvcr— A hoys' sectional basketball tournament took place Friday and Saturday at Buffalo Center. Whittemore played Fenton Friday evening and won, 19-13. At 11 o'clock Saturday morning Whittemore played the tall Dolllver boys and was defeated, 35-20. Visits Uncle on mi Island— Francis Elber.t returned Friday from Dubuque, wHere he visited an uncle, Fred Bischoff, who lives .on 4^ L O rie Rock 18; DOLLIVER WINS FROM LEDYARD IN TOURNAMENT an island In the Mississippi river, also other relatives Dubuque. in and around Ledyard, Mar. 10 — The Leclyard boys' team lost to Dolliver 35-18 in the finals in the class B tournament at Buffalo Center Thursday night. They drew a bye and played the first game Friday afternoon at . 4 o'clock, defeating Bancroft 35-15. Saturday morning they beat Crystal Lake 39-18, and the same night^held Dolliver till the last quarter. Score at the end of the first quarter was Ledyard 6, Dolliver 12; at the half, 11-10. In the third quarter the <teams were only one point apart, but at the end of the third quarter the score was 17-22 in Dol- llver's favor. The last quarter Dolliver scored 13 points to Ledyard's one, thus winning 35 to 18. In class A the games and scores were: Buffalo Center 22, Armstrong 17; Lake Mills 22, Britt 17; Buffalo 2G, Forest City 10; Lake Mills 16, Swea City 15. This put Lake Mills and Buffalo Center in the finals for a thrilling game. At the end of the first quarter the score was 1 to 1; in the second quarter, first one then the other would score, ending at the half, Buffalo leading, 10-8. In the third quarter Lake Mills took the lead 13-10. In .the last quarter, with three minutes to play, Lake Mills led by eeven points, but Buffalo sank two long field goals and overcame the lead to win 20-19. Class B games and {Scores were: Bancroft 28, Haifa 18; Crystal Lake Dolliver 28, 12', Wesley Other Leilynnl. Moscln.mes J. T. Heany, Halvorson, .Tenks, and Mrs. Grace Rink attended n meeting of the Kossnth Federated clubs at Lakota last week Wednesday. The William nary family moved Into the John Tllmoney house vn en ted by the Heanys.. Roy Link, moved into the house the Garys lived in. K'ltherlne B'Mimnnn had her tonsils and adenoids removed by Doctot: Dovlne last Thursday morning. She is recovering. Klvin Carpenter and a friend s-.psnt the week-end with his parents. Klvln graduates from Coe college this spring. .Airs. Uilcy to hr Honsckcppcr — Mrs. Id'.,, Hil"y hns ROMP to Fenion IIS llOUSckcopp,. f 01 . (| lc (} 00 ,.jj 0 fiibson riiinl'y there. Jlrs. Gibson 'M Iciichlnfjf sc.hool. NEVER FAI LS ! Shoulc t/ie Jorrowe; cie—01 Become to- •ali-- ant. per..,anon "V c isablcc -r- die balance 01 ,oan cancelled, School nircctor is Elected Armor Lemi>ke c . was chosen school director of district No. !) at a meeting Monday. Frank Mentor was 111 last Mrs. Harriet Matzencr has Catholic Quints Win, Lose— Thompson 20; Fenton 10; Bancroft 15, Ledyard 35; Crystal Lake 56, Maple Hill 16; Dolliver 35, Titonka 14; Whittemore won from Fenton; Leclyard 39, Crystal The Presentation academy basket-j Lake lg . Dolllver 35, Whittemore ball teams played teams from Bancroft on the local floor last week Tuesday evening, and the local girls won, 22-16, but the boys lost, 19-13. Farewell for Visiting HInncsotaii— A farewell party was given last Thursday evening at Henry Krueger's, West Bend, for Albert Krueger, Glair City, Mian., who had visited in and around Whittemore. Quilting Bee Takes Place — A quilting bee was given by Louis Braatz last Thursday, and attending were Mrs. D. Cordes, Mrs. Arthur Heidemvith, Mrs. H. W. Behnke, and Mrs. Verner Braatz. Baby Undergoes' an Operation — The George Streits have returned from Rochester -with their little daughter, who underwent an operation there. She is only a couple of months old. Iiuellu Hell's Appendix Removed — Luella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, was operated on Sunday evening at the McCreery hospital for appendicitis. Daughter for Roger Elberts— A girl was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert. She has been named Betty Ann. This is the first child. . Specialist Sees Lloyd Farrell— Doctor reck, lung specialist at f>es Molnes, was here one day last week lc, see Lloyd- Farrell, who has been sick a few weeks. Sirs. Francis Chalus in Fall- Mrs. Francis Chalus was badly shaken up and bruised in a fall downstairs at the McCreery home one day last week. Boy Suffers Crushed Thumb- Leo Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig south of town, had a thumb crushed in a corn sheller one day last week. fe Frank Pnrrell Has operation- Frank Farrell had a minor operation at his home Saturday after' noon. He had been ailing two weeks. Other Wliittemore. Marvin and Myrtle Lenz and a Mr. Reed of Dumont, came Saturday and brought Fred Baumgartner's car Mr. Baumgartner is a clerk at the Zumach meat market. They went, back Saturday evening, and Fred accompanied them, returning "Gertrude, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Frank Farrell, has returned to a nurses' training school at Minneapolis. She was called home because of the sickness of her brother L1 Mlk'e and Matilda Kollasch and Charles Salt* drove to Des Moines last week Wednesday, and Matilda remained till Saturday for work on 20; Ledyard 18, Dolliver 35. Methodist Orchestra is Second— The Ledyard Methodist orchestra played In a music festival and car- lival at Forest City last Thursday ivenlngj and placed second. Lake Mills'won first place. In choirs Lake Mills again took first -and Thompson second. In solos Emery Stewart, of Thompson, was first, and Dorothy Hardin, of Lakota, second. A mixed quartette from Lakota was first. The only class A choir or orchestra was Forest City. Prof. Joseph Westly judged the orchestra and Prof. Odvln Hagen, of Waldorf college, the vqcal singing. Farewell (or Mrs. J. T. Heany— Last week Wednesday night the Sunshine club gave a farewell party for Mrs. Heany. The evening was spent playing bridge. After lunch was served Mrs. Heany was presented with a silver meat fork In behalf of the club, of which she was president. 2 Attend S. S. Training School- Mrs. . Ben Mayer and Mrs. Glen Yahnke attended a ,Sunday training school at Buffalo -Center last week Tuesday night. This Mrs. week. been taking her place in the cafe. Alice Mayne, attending school at Mankato, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Mrs. Carpenter's sister, Mrs. Laab, and her husband, of Winnebago, spent Sunday here. Elsie Jones, of Algona, spent the week-end with her cousin, Alice Moulton. - The H. G. L.'s met with Mrs. Frank Kelly last week Tuesday night. The Methodist Aid meets this Thursday with Mrs. Burroughs. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Weimer went to New Ulm last Thursday. MIKE REILLY'S TRUCK SMASHED NEAR IRVINGTON Irvington, Mar. 10 — A large truck, heavily loaded with tile and driven by Robert ReiUy, tipped over in front of the M. L. Roney home Monday evening. It was just growing dusk when the accident occurred and Robert believes that a dog cross- ocl the road directly in front of him causing liim to lose control of the car. The truck ran into the ditch and turned completely over and was terribly wrecked. Robert was nu- injured. The truck belongs to Mike Reilly, and Robert was one of several truckmen hauling tile from railroad cars in Irvington three miles east to land recently purchased by John FraYikl. school weeks, son. meets once a week for six This was the second les Heany to be Burt Banker— The J, T. Heanys moved to Burt Saturday where Mr. Heany Is to be cashier in the bank to be opened there. He will be greatly missed Otliflr IrvJngton News. Helen Dole, two months visitor fit the.'home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hole, Rtllhv-jiter, Minn., plans to return soon to the home of her brother, E'mer Dole, at Pine City. Leo Dole recently returned to his home Jit Stillwater, after being absent a year, employed with a contractor building summer resorts at Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley drove their truck to Mason City Sunday with a load of household goods belonging to the Ray Kings, who were moving from Whittemore to Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. King are working at the Decker packing plant. Mrs. King is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton. Mrs. Hazel Fogerty, Spokane, was a visitor at the Morris Parsons home Sunday. Mrs. Fogerty is an aunt of Phyllis Maxwell, and i.s spending several weeks with Ivr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwe'l, of Rodman. Mr. Fogerty Is a street car conductor in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolf are spending several days with Mrs. Wolf's sister, Mrs. Paul Hudson, till they can occupy the farm they have rented near Titonka. Mr. Wolf has been suffering from infection in his chin. The Wolfs formerly lived on a farm east of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicklin, Woden, were Sunday visitors at the home of the Arthur Rileys and Mrs. Chas. Sankey. Mrs. Hicklin Is best remembered as Birdie Riley 1 . Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sumers drove to Eagle Grove Saturday for their children who have been spending several days with relatives there. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank skilling and the Elliot Skillings of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Robert Sper- goon's. • The Rev. A. English preadhed Sunday visitors at Robert Sper- went into the Temple" Mathew 21:12. Mr. Frank Weber is home again iiftor spending the winter with relatives In Illinois. Thornton Injured on Train— Frank Thornton returned from Iowa City late last week and Is suffering from an injured ankle received in the train on the return trip, when he was thrown from his feet wtien the car lurched. The injured ankle is on the leg that was removed from a east last week in Iowa City for the first time since an accident last winter. Mr. Thornton will have to use his crutches three weeks longer. Fred Andrews Visits Here— Friends and relatives were sur- 'prlsed last week Tuesday by a visit from Fred Andrews, Staples, Minn-., and his mother, Mrs. Poole, Muscatine. Tuesday evening they went to the Ray Caylor home near Burt. Mrs. Caylor is a. daughter of Mrs. Poole. Fred Andrews had been urgently called to Muscatine to attend a reunion and his mother was taking him part way home in her car. Do not overlook this highly important feature in connection with L. F. C. Easy Payment Plan. It provides you with protection that makes the entire transa c t i o n one of the most desirable you can make. L. P. C. Service is helping hundre d s along the way to Home Ownership in the Northwest. There is nothing better available. Get the facts and figures that prove it. Payments are automatically kept up for 12 months if the borrower is sick and unable to Avork. 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