The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1937 · Page 8
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the Algona ttf>P»r PM Mdfl&t, Algoaa. towa, J&tt. 14,1387 , ."~___**__:_ "___L^^L^ lhm i""""-" ''""""""" ... — ==- —- -« f% <1 PIT AlKona Farm Loan Association Elects Five DiwctorsJ^rJ^ JTlL JL£* Vf Alt* A ***.*•••. •— ^^ —— •• • — —•-—— — ~~~~ ~ ,*4. it will b«of Wck coiurtruettwi^ ^"'.._. /— " _—— w> t> __..t A t.f Thom» from Koswth exhibiting Ritrt DOCtOf IO _,IM, . »4 foot front and 44 »«fc LAKOTAMAN1S AS H. D. Hutchins Renamed As Sec'y-Treasurer of Group The annual stockholders' meeting of the Algonn National Farm Loan Association was held In the court room at Atirona Tuesday afternoon, January 12. The following directors were elected for tho year 1937: W. H. Patterson, Lnkotn, Henry F. Weber, Corwlth, A. B. Schenck, Algonn, Chas. C. Egel, Irvlngton, and Geo. E. .Sanders, Elmore, Mr. Patterson was re-elected president; Henry Weber was elected vice president; and H. D. Hutchins was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Mr. Hutchins reported on the as- «oc!ation's activities during the last year, pointing out that its loans are 99 per cent in good standing. He complimented the members on their payment record and asked their future cooperation In conducting the affairs of the group Mwndly. An account of his recent trip to Omaha, Nebraska, where he attended a farm loan conference with officials of the Federal Land -Bulk, was given by Mr. Patterson. Painting out that in the last three years about 50,000 farmers have be- eome members of the home associations in the Omaha district he •rgcd the stockholders to take (rater interest In their cooperative credit organization. Another talk was made by C. W. Hodgers. representing the Federal Land Bank. He gave an account of the Federal Land Bank's operations during 1936. Illustrating his talk with charts. Tracing the history of the cooperative farm loan system, he brought out that the Omaha land bank this year becomes 20 years old. The Algona association, he said. to one of the largest financial institutions in the county, now servicing nearly 700 Federal Land and Land Bank Commissioner loans totalling about four million dollars. Members of the association are now paying only 3tt per cent on their Federal Land Bank loans. Mr. Hutchins reports that many of the new loan applications are for loans to finance the purchase of farms and believes that tills indicates Increasing confidence in the future. SWEACAGERS WIN2 GAMES Armstrong Fives Lose on Home Court Last Friday Armstrong: The Armstrong boys first and second team received defeats here Friday night from the Swea City cage teams. The first game proved to be a more evenly matched game with the Swea City reserves winning 11 to 10. The Swea City first team trounced the Armstrong team with the score of 37 to 23. Swea City has always been considered a tough rival and it seems as though they still- are. Ortmeyer for Armstrong and Hanifan for Swea City looked best The Armstrong boys' and girls teams will play at Rlngsted Tuesday evening, Jan. 12th. Algona Grid Star AtCrcightonOne of Squad Honored Omaha, Neb., Dec. 30. (Special): Omer "Tony" Kelly, Algona, and 29 other members of the Cretghton varsity football team, wiH be formally presented with monograms and sweaters, In recognition of their work during the past season, at an "All-Sports" banquet to be held next spring. The banquet Is an annual affair, sponsored by the alumni, and will he attended by approximately 500 Crelghton fans In and around Omaha. Though only a sophomore, Kelly overcame the early-season difficulty he was having with snapping the ball to the backs, and developed into the No. 1 pivot man for the Bluejays. He played several minutes in every game through the season, and next year will be a onndldate for all-Missouri Valley conference honors. Rewrites Continued fromJP«s« One Sioux City Seed To Remain Here Sioux City Seed Co. fona, will in all probability remain here, according to word re celved from the Sioux City Seed Co.'s head office Tuesday by O. 8. Relley, secretary of the Chambe" of Commerce. It was Indicated that the com pany had hoped to be able to ex pand Its local plant, but because of lack of available space at th present moment will probably no do so. SIRS. GEO. MERGEN, Whltto- more, was awakened at 3 a. m. by the smell of smoke. She awakened her sons. Hubert and Harvey. The smouldering fire was finally ocated In the back of a dresser [rawer. Investigation disclosed a charred box of matches and a dead mouse. The loss included some Christmas gifts which had been placed in the drawer. * • * A CAB PARKED without lights veaded north, and another car leaded south, with lights on, caused an accident to the M. P. Chrlst- ansen car, two miles north of Humboldt Saturday night Mrs. L. E. Llnnan, riding In the car with her husband, was cut and bruised by the impact The drivers of the other two cars had ev- dently stopped to talk. Mr. Christiansen, with the light of the car headed south in his eyes, proceeded to meet the machine in an ordinary manner, and then found the other machine, without lights, directly in his way. * * * MRS. NELS 3. snTCHELL died t her home in Cresco township. Sunday morning, after a siege of the flu. Funeral services were told Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock la the Methodist church with Rev. J. H. Edge In charge. Burial was In Rlvervlew. Mrs. Mitchell was born In 1886, at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. She lived In Lu- Verne for many years with her parents and she was a deputy clerk of court*, for her brother, O. J. Stephenson. She was married to Mr. Mitchell Feb. 4, 1912. Surviving aro one sister and three brothers. West Bend Girl Cagers Unbeaten West Bend: The Mallard basketball teams came over Saturday night for a game with the local high school teams. The West Bend girls won by a score of 42 to 21 keeping their record of winning every game this season. The boys lost to the visitors by a 26 to 20 score. The teams play Rodman there Wednesday evening and an Interesting game is in store for the fans in Rodman's new gymnasium Lone Rock Win*, Loses At Seneca Lone Rock: The local basketbal teams lost and won a basketbal game at Seneca Saturday evening The local boys won 29 to 13 but th local girls lost with the score 33 t 29. The game was tied with th score 21 to 21 at the half. Ottosen Wins, Loses Ottosen: The Ottosen basketbal teams played Rodman there Tues day evening. The girls won by i score of 83 to 19 and the boys lost 22 to 20. 5 Kosstith 4-H Polks to Exhibit Five Koasuth 4-H members, will exhibit their lambs at the district 4-H lamb show at Spencer, Friday and Saturday. Those from are Darrow and BtortUne Hunt of Bancroft* Mavis Swanson of Armstrong, and Morris and Wallace Johnson of Armstrong. Grading of lambs Will take place Friday, and the auction and banquet will be held Saturday. Burt Doctor Build New Off ice Burt: Dr. J. O. Clapsaddle has submitted plans to contractors for a new office building which he is contemplating building this spring ft will b« of 6rlck coturtruettw**- with a 24 fdot front and 44 f«fc In length. It will contain ft waiting room, dark room, private at- flee, operating room, a bed* room for pfttlente and bath and will b» modern and up-to-date in all re-' spects. »'* „«.• OVERTIME GAME TUESDAY, 33-32 Iowa Falls Next Foe There on Friday Night SECONDS SCRAPPY, BUT ALSO LOST It required three overtime per- ods, Tuesday night, for ft final dec- sion In the Livermore-Algona hlgn basketball game to be reached, but Llvermore went home with the Bacon, 33 to 32. Coach Flndley was naturally disappointed with the defeat but still had praise for both Ms own team and the" visitors. He said that the locals played 10O per «"*, fr**' ball than against Glhnore City, «jd added that the Liverwort teata was big, fast, rugged aftd aeearate, and a real opponent in every re- SP On Friday night of this week, Algona will meet Iowa Falls there, In a North Central conference con- Nieman was the high scoring man for Algona, ringing up seven field goals during the contest against Llvermore. Frank and Lynk also played their usual steady and consistent games. Box score: Algona (82) Uvenaor". 'S3) fg ft pf tg ft pf Muckey ..0 0 0 Olson 5 3 2 Frankl ... 2 0 3 Anderson 3 Lynk 3 3 2 Seger 2 Miller 0 0 2 Cockrlll .4 Pickett .1 0 1 King 1 Nelman ..733 Stoddard 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 14 5 7 Club Hostess West Bend: Mrs. James Olson was hostess to the Book of the Month club at her home Friday afternoon. SALE! NEW HAPPY HOME FROCKS In Gay "Swing" Styles ANNEX Cottons for conquests —and here are cottons with all the swing, swagger, and colorful new details of thrilling Hollywood designs. There are twelve styles in all, with ., y Princess lines, Basque silhouettes Tyrolean ''F< prints, and many other chic details . . . and ihe price is delightfully low. GUARANTEED FAST COLOR SIZES FROM 14 to 52 Boy Breaks Arm Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle have received word that their little grandson, Jimmle Sauermann, had broken his left arm. while coasting last Friday at his home In Sigourney. SO Attend Bridge About thirty ladles attended a party at the City hall, Friday night honoring Mrs. Jack Johnson. Bridge and monopoly furnished the entertainment for the evening with Mrs. Carl GoeUch winning high score In the former and Mary Farrel In the latter. A dainty lunch was served at the close of play by the host- eeaes, Mrs. Cecil Williams, Mrs. Wayne Jones, Mrs. Harold Larrlm- T and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner. Teacher Substituting Jeanne Jennings, who has been .caching a rural school near the Jennings farm, is teaching fifth grade and art in the fourth grade at Rolfe since last week Wednesday. She is substituting for teacher who was injured in an automobile accident. Kvelyn Alexander is teaching the iichool where Jeanne has been teaching. 13 6 11 ALGONA SECONDS BY SINGLE POINT In an overtime period, the Algona second team lost by one point to a rangy Llvermore second team. Neville, Smith and Chrlschllles all played good games, but the boys were hard pressed to overcome the handicap of size possessed by the visitors. Davis of the visitors with 13 points led the scoring for his team. Benefit Movie To Raise "Food Fund" A motion picture benefit will be sponsored Friday, Jan. 22. at the State Theatre, with all proceeds from the movie to be donated for the fund to supply needy children with warm food at noon in the local schools. Recently "M children were found who had no warm food at noon, and various organizations have beeen bending their efforts to provide a fund large enough to take care of all of them. It h*s been said that 10 cents is enough to give any of the children a warm noonday meal. Cheater Fitch, Sexton, has been visiting the Carlson Brothers for the past week. Lone Rock Student Weds at Armstrong Lone Rock: Miss Dorothy Burt and Clarence Enderson, both of Armstrong, were united in marriage at the Catholic parsonage at Armstrong, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Dorothy is the daughter of Mr. and Mm. G. J. Burt and she graduated from the Lone Rock high Mchool last spring. The BurU formerly lived In Lone Rock. . MRH. R. I'. NORTON was called to Milford Center, Ohio, early last week, by the death ol her mother, Mrs. Frank Brugler. Classified Ads For Sale FOK SALE —Circulating heater, u.sed 2 years. Hell for one-half price. Good an new.—Howard 1'latt, South Minnesota St. 2* FOK SALE -3 all modern homes, one '.i room, one 6 room and one ii room bungalow.-Joel Herbst. 2 FOK SALK-Water tank cooler, •set double hameb.i, bob bled, 2- boltom KOJIB plow 60 mixed chickens, 3 milk cowa, 2 heifurn corning 2 years old. Inquire at Kruae- liluHMuni Insurance OffU ». 2* FOK .SALK Good 9x12 rug. Brown porcelain heater. Imtill- utu fuel. 717 LUI.-U.I St. 2* FOK KALK TOO ai.-rcij in Franklin To. Well improved. On Highway No. ID. Two 240 acre farms and lt»,'J in ri:a in Mitchell Co. Bmall down payment. Balance 30 years itt low ruU intercut. I'oaaeasion Mnrrli 1 ••(). U. Anderson, Fores! City, Jowu. 2-3* ANNEX Chrischilles & Herbst FOK HALF, 1 Ulo-M»id and Monarch rangf. Fruaer Furniture Kxchangv. 2* FOK .SALK J'itir $12.50 browi bucko, monk type oxfoids. Hizi 7'AAAA. VVurn ,ilj<jiU two weeks !i. I'liMii..' OH W. 2* FOK SALK Famous L'Tutru 6 volt Farm Kmliua. We cull HHV you mum-y. Sec ua before you buy ItcgK & Jumva, liialributorB. E. Stale s>L. opposite Algunu Produce. 1-lioiK- i-'. Alifomi. l-t* FOK SAI.K F.irm hjjlil plants • i,.l ji.il tin u:i 1U-KK & Jiiinuj, E. .Stale »t , oppobilu Algonu Produce, fhuiiu 75, Algoiiu. 1-tf FOK HALE—A complete, official- y audited set of blank form* that will make the keeping of Social Security Information easy. Priced (4, complete in binder.—Algona Upper DCS Molnes. 61* For Rent FOK KENT—Modern rooms, two upstairs, one downstairs.—Frank Mathes, Phone 140. 1* FOK KENT—Buslneus office. Inquire Algona Upper lJe» Molnes. Heated, modern, center of city. 88-tf» Wanted WANTED—Reliable man to work this territory. Experience unnec- cnuary. Car required.—8. V. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Jowa. 1-2' Miscellaneous HEWING MACHINES—W« repair all makes.—Frailer Furniturn Exchange. 2 * "~RADIO~8EHVICE—Special at- tuition to battery operated recelv- era.~-Hegg & James, B. BUte »t. opposite Algona Produce. 1-tf IK> VOU WANT A JOB OB A BUSINESS Of YOUB OWN If you cau luruUh the nutomobils for daily nearby travel then I have u line proposition for you. A postcard request will bring you particulars. Let me have yours. E. U. JOHNSON P. O. Box 684 Wluona, Minn. Save that cream with a V«»« separator. Users biggest boovUtr*. Medium »l*» «».»• T«nn».-»Ju»- troui's, AJgon*. low*. *-« 30 UsedCars MUST BE MOVED THIS MONTH We've Got To Move These Cars In January LOOK THEM OVER! JUDGE THEM YOURSELF! MAKE US AN OFFER Although labor troubles have hit the auto industry, Ford ^making regular deliveries on new cars. As a result, we have 30 used cars, listed below. 3-1936 Ford Tudor s 5 - 193S Ford Tudors 1-1935 Chev. Panel 2-1934 Ford Tudors 2-1934 Ford 4-doors 2-1932 Plymouth feoaches 1-1931 Ford Roadster 4-1930 Chev. Coaches 2 • 1929 Chev. Sedans 3 -1929 Ford Tudors 2-1934 Dodge Trucks (Long Wheel Base) 1-1936 Ford Pickup 1-1933 Chev. Truck (Long Wheel Base) 1.1929 Ford Truck (Short Wheel Base) You Can Save Plenty! Don't Miss This Chance! Your Present Car May Make the Down Payment Balanci "~ KEMT R CO

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