The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1930 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 28, 1930
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BANWTACCIDiT CAUSEBABY'S DEATH Waterloo Car Collided With Gravel Truck at Winkel Corner, JOHN BERNHARD BUYS MAN NEW CAR. Mr. and Mrs. t. Grimm of Waterloo Were on Their Way to Fairmont, Minn. the paving—nothing in sight. I speeded up again to cross when all a sudden a Ford roadster coming at a terrible speed from the south appeared, the driver put on his brakes which caused us to meet on the pavement. If he had gone on as he was going nothing would have happened, but I could not hold my load "Mr. and Mrs. Less Grimm and child from Waterloo wers driving to Fairmont, Minnesota, to see a sick father of Mrs. Grimm. No one was hurt but the child which was cut and bruised on the head. Dr. Devlne gave It first aid treatment after which Mrs. Bernhard and I drove them to Fairmont to their folks. My truck was not damaged very much but the roadster turned over and was badly smashed. I -°" s j.f L !L? ne °. f A 11 ? 86 unavoidable - ......... . much The Upper Des Moinea-Republican, May 28,1930 FARM BUREAU INFORMATION 4 Annual Short Course for 4-H Club Boys to be Held June 16 to 18th. Bancroft Register: Friday morning a truck driven by John Bernhard of Algona Woman Died Wednesday. of Mrs. John Kuchenreuth- FERTILIZER TRIALS ON KOSSUTH FARMS. Agricultural Corporation Has Withdrawn all Salesmen Who Were Canvassing the Farmers. Edward Funnemark WWVWWJfl^ li rou a collsion. roadster turned turtle and , babe was caught under the . or tne seat to such a manner that it was necessary to lift the car before •she could be released from her perilous position. All three occupants of the roadster remainedin the car when it turned Orimm broke the wind- hls hand and succeeded IUH u £ thc ,. car and releasing the little babe. She was rushed to' the office of Dr. Devine where her wounds Turere treated. " After some little time she so far recovered that it was possible to take ner to the hospital at Fairmont for care and treatment. Mr. Bernhard drove the family there Friday afternoon. There are two dangerous crossings In Bancroft, one at the Wnlkle corner and on main street and several near accidents have been averted and several have occured. Motorists are Inclined to hit too dizzy a pace over the concrete regardless of the fact that these two dangeroufc crossings •exist. Mr.. Bernhard purchased a new Ford •roadster for Mr. Grimm and extended every assistance possible. The following statement was furnished the Register by Mr. Bernhard. "I was coming from the west with my truck loaded with sand and when I got on the Winkle hill I shut down my motor and looked both ways on 1887. ~v»wA UUf AA\* W^AAWA, wiouuiisui. one was united in marriage to John Kuchen- Hybrid Corn. In 30 ,^',^ 0 ? 81 ?; 011 '"n? L ? everal Kossuth county farmers are in 1893 the couple moved to trying some hybrid corn varieties in l ar B ^ rt and llved there un - h om P ari *on to local cSrn thisvear men the family moved to Al- Hybrids in the 1929 countv corn fifOnft wVtinV* hnn L.MAU. 4L._J_ 1 I ... . . .. *.vmiw %*UlUllrjr Will since. TIRE SALE aU of Ateona AI 8ona. MS a .' ' urnlshed «* thexpWiment staUon a Besides the childieu Ames and one of the seed companies -t.. t I— —~-—™ VAA.. t/AiuvucAA miica aim one 01 me seed eomti she leaves to mourn her husband, one These have been planted bv OH Wai brother, A. O. Friday of Riclfland Cen- of Grant township; George Godfrl™ ter, Wisconsin, and one sister, Mrs. A. Irvlngton township; and ° * L. Curless of Evansville, Wisconsin, gerth of Lakota. Funeral services were held Saturday at one-thirty at hte Laird & Reimer Swat tne Kooster. funeral chapel and at the German The best time to sell old roosters is Lutheran church In Tltonka at three ta Jun e or not later than early July P r^fk-J^v. H> w> Schoenlein offic- according to W. D. Termohlen, poultry lOrJSrt T"l-»« VvKwfnl •»*._ i_ A.* w __««. I nm*4 A»« »k.._i_.j.« . .. . _ ~_ » X ~—• • * " • -«*WMWfc* ******** W-LAiV*™ 1 I —-o -— IT « *~r t A ba AAlUiAJ^U, UUUllliJ lated. The burial was in the Lutheran and egg marketing specialist of the ex- cemetery in Tltonka. Mrs. Kuchen- tension service, Iowa State College Sell reuther was a member of the Metho- nim early for better market and to dlst church in Algona and of the La- produce higher quality eggs, dies' Aid society. Out of town relatives who attended) the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Fertilizer Trials. Fertilizer demonstration plots . rs. . . <4 . .. , ---------------- .- — - ^ Friday of Rlchland Center, Wisconsin- ?J?, lte wlde ly scattered over the county Guy Friday of Viola, Wisconsin- Mr "r 8 year< The detailed plot conduct- and Mrs. A. L. Curless and son, Rich- ? d , n cooperation with the soils ex- ard of Evansivlle, Wlsconsta; Theodore tension service on Clarion Loam at the , Curless of Brooklyn " M* ifflffl wlsc on farm, compares several IRVINGTON NEWS. to . this a permanent main soil type of the county. These plots compare rock phosphate, twenty per cent super phosphate; 0-20-10 and 3-14-6 mixtures with and without manure and also with and without lime. Steve Loss shelled corn Wednesday *. r,? 1 ?" demonstrations have been es- ad Thursday. tabllsned to compare phosphate 0-16-8 on peat, potash on alkali, and phosphate da day , his family. Memo L ONG after moat of life's experiences are forgotten, we will remember each detail connected with the passing of a loved one. The tributes of friends, the impressive service— these will help to solace the lonely hoars to come. But the greatest comfort is the Knowledge that the dear «ne ia protected, even after burial. This assurance of protection fc provided through the Bnckstaff Burial Vault. No moisture can enter— ever. It is fully guaranteed. The Buckstaff Burial Vault adds only moderately to the cost of the funeral. Yet the •certain knowledge of the protection it glvea is a life-lone source of comfort. Roy is a mail O. Gardner, Algona; Carl Paetz, Sexton; Edw. Droessler, Bancroft- Ray oiT 7 - J< £ nson . ot Wesley and Lester McWhorter, Burt; Sim Leigh in Sher- -SlmAons^riflited wijteaterge Sipamoris nwn township;;McOorkle & son, Plum Sunday. ; r ' r Creek and HughTtahey, Irvlngton. Mrs. Edward Hammer spent Sunday u -^^a* should be interesting trials are evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole ?elng made with ammonia sulphate, a and family. twenty per cent nitrogen fertilizer on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and |SfJ!? e ^ and ras Pbferrles at the family visited Sunday with relatives at SfhS** V u Si!™' both ^^ and Emmeteburg. """aves ai without potash. The corn club boys will s "*e dress some of their corn with this Mrs. John Frank! of Algona visited, fertilizer when it is about knee high Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Usually manure and clover are credited'I —^= s =========— David Blythe. | with giving sufficient nitrus to local Previously canvassing the farmer. 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We 11 expertly repair your present tires that need it, or make you our Special LIBERAL TRADE-IN OF- PER. Carry a Spare Tube! LowPrices, tod, on GrOODYEAR TUBES : " CLAPSADDLE TIRE& VULCANIZING SERVICE • A T /"I ^"\>T A TJ-\-\*T i '«-v-»- ^ «. . . " i \^^^M ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 26 Ralph Simmons spent evening with his parents, Mrs. George Simmons. Mrs. Sever Christensen of Algona visited Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. R. M, Watson and family. ..AU*. B.ITUJB ouuiuiBno mtrus 10 local " *""*""°*j va.ivaooiiiu me larmer. rms soils, but other states are using large m °vement means a complete revision of I Quantities of this fertilizer and the our Present sales policies, as formerly, sent by the manufacturers we established an exclusive county [should give Interesting results. -»«.*-«*..*.„ ._,.- ,_ ...... Cattle Feeders' "Hey Day." distributor who in turn, set up sub- dealer outlets. "Our former arrangement was a con- mu »,u. j. ..,_ — " ul lul «*er arrangement was a con• • H ,™ni en i^ ^ nnual cattle f eed- tract proposition where each distrlbu- THE ROYAL PURPLE VAULT Sold exclusively by LAIBD & BEHYUBB Mrs. Reimer, Assistant Phones 621-320-342 H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iowa Long Distance Hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. »2-tf her friend, Mrs. Paul Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. John Loss and family street.. school i on river, and , Olari on, when Prof. in , , en ro. Eldridge wielded the birch. Timothy forces part - , »nn n par - » «n class and on the play ground. He Is °' omng un- day for a few days visit at the Masterson home. The teachers and pupils of the Vernon Consolidated school held their an- ^_. • w — - — • —— i — -V 1 ™».»»»* o tu*vr i Annex's i jji Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth and I Information will be presented from hasVeen ^"ady^wTtndrawn ^Before family spent Sunday with Mr. Dlts- "hirteen groups of steers tliat have many more weeks pass it will'be with worth's brother, Frank Ditsworth. | been on feed since last November, drawn throughout all territories where lots deal with the comparative we have distribution, Instead of "pes- '" -"""—*• tering" the farmer, we contemplate launching an advertising campaign to create a demand for our product, Fos- For-Us. "In this connection, we sure would like an expression from you concerning the proposed change May we Mrs. Armour Lemkee and children com ' Unseed oil meal, corn silage, al-_. „..„,_. .. W.LWard The latest patterns in Wall Paper, Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman of Algona Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and family visited Sunday at the Arthur Riley home. Mrs. Ramus is a sister to Mrs. Riley. Mrs. U. B. Frankl and son, Donald, attended the program which was held at st Cecelia's academy Sunday evening at Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Skllllng and ;n, Donald of Algeria, spent Sunday With their daughter, Mrs. Robert Spurgeon and family. Mr. and Mrs. David King and family and Mr. and Mrs. Firman Laing and family of Algona spent Tuesday evening with Mr, and Mrs. George Simmons, Annabelle Bordwell, who has been spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Douglas RUey and family, returned • - -" —™ —••»»•»• j VW* A* UUM>£Gf Oi™ falfa hay, salt and simple mineral. Other results will be In regard to the value of protein supplemental feeds or combinations of these feeds with and without mineral Expert cattlemen, buyers and sell- the yards will place Kossuth county. COSIDENE will absolutely stop Coccidosis. It will stop and prevent many of the other diarrheas and bowel disorders. Contains more digestive acids than Buttermilk. Sold by A. W. Behrends Hatchery to her home at Livermore Saturday evening. , The Irvington school was closed on Friday afternoon for the summer vacation, The teacher, Miss Gertrude Skilling, treated the children with Ice cream and cake. Mrs. Grant Sample of Algona and Mrs. Crouch of this vicinity went to Fort Dodge Tifcsflay tq mteet Miss Capltola Sample, who returned home from a visit to California. Helen Dole, who is employed at the Pat Mulligan home at Bancroft, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family of this vicinity. Mrs. Ed. Hammer also visited at the Dole home. Mrs. Wm. Boldridge gave a party on Friday evening at the church annex for her Sunday School class in honor of her birthday. A few of the oustide boys and girls were also present. Games were played and luncheon was served. Camilla, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frank], met with the misfortune one day last week of stumbling and falling on a hot stove lid which was place4 accidenWy on the 'floor by her brother, Gerald. She burned her leg quite badly b«t the w0«Hd J» ROW healing nicely, valuations on the cattle and take part in the general discussion of markets and marketing as well as practical feeding and handling questions. ^ Foar-H Club Camps. . The county agents of northwest Iowa are again organizing inter-county club camps at Camp Foster on East Okoboli lake this year. These camps are a combination of a vacation with an intensive system of training and education. They have proven their worth in the past few years. The boys' club will be held July 3 to July 6 inclusive. The total expenses outside of transportation will be $3.75. The girls' club camp will be held July 7 to 13th inclusive. The cost to the girls will be $7.75. Calvin Bode, Herman Illg and Willlam Dodds attended the 1929 camp and this year reservations have been made for ten boys from Kossuth county. Preference will be shown those who apply flrst. Applications for these camps should be made to the farm bureau office, accompanied by a deposit of one dollar to be applied on camp fee. Those who wish more information — t r~- — — — »»«Mr«.A ev A«AM>jr Tf S3 count upon your support and cooperation in releasing the farmer from this I undesired procedure? Very truly yours International Agricultural ~ Fos-For-Us Department." crackers Saturday, May 24. 1hl - >clUe Hof entertained for tt frlend /•.AH.J BAUUUU. tie is i ~««WW**M«*V\,IA ouiiuui iiem wieir an- leading attorneys in nual P lcnlc Thursday. Owing to the wet weather the picnic was held in I the school building. A farewell surprise party was given Friday night for Rev. and Mrs. Hahn and family who are leaving soon for Wilton to take up the charge in the [Evangelical church. The young people's class of the Presbyterian church were entertained night. There was a large attendance^ Refreshments were served. ni mifh i *l Wa 0;«u» Been seriously their daughter was p~-"'- ----^ - e Everett Schultz left Detroit. DIT. for LUVERNE NEWS. at concerning these camps may get It at the farm bureau office. Companies Announce New Sales Plan. The following letter was recently received at the farm bureau office and is self-explanatory: "New York, N. Y., May 14, 1930.—E. R. Morrison, Algona, Iowa, Dear Sir: After a rather comprehensive survey we have concluded that the fanner of today Is being annoyed entirely too much by various salesmen. In addition to this annoyance, he is being "stung" by high pressure salesmen sell- Ing inferior minerals and farm supplies. Undoubtedly, you are familiar with this situation and have already started an aggressive attack upon these unfair tactics, f "You probably will be pleased to hear the International Agricultural Corporation has taken the Initial step f ~ withdraw all salesmen who were Chet Longs Off on Western Trip. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Long and two children and Miss Jennie Mueller of Chicago, a niece of Mrs. Long, leave today or tomorrow for an auto trip throughout the west. They will drive to Denver, and then south to Phoenix Arizona, visiting the Grand Canyon, then through the Imperial Valley to the Southern California cities. They expect to pay old Mexico a short visit, crossing over at Yuma, Arizona. At Pomona, California, they will visit with Frank Henderson and meet a number of former Algona people. They will drive north from Los Angeles, visiting San Francisco, with relatives at Fresno, and on to Portland and Salem Oregon. At Salem they will visit Rev. Taylor, former popular Algona M. E. preacher. At Portland they will visit Mike Reibhoff, chefs uncle and call on 'Giis Peek, Wilf Jones, Mrs. Lulu Clarke McCoy, and other former Al- gonlans. At Seattle they will visit r. and Mrs. Henry Kubly left the latter part of the week for a trip to Mrs. Lulu Richards from Bancroft° rnia r,, lastln S aboi >t two months, attended the graduation exerdseT here wmia , m Thompson will look after the last Tuesday. exercises here farm interests In their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dletrick frnm Hulda Freitzmler returned home last ^%!?^*» s ^^\™A\£r^ u "<^ Winifred Oaldwell of Maynard Iowa former pupil The graduating class has ptffhfcwm «nn .T. TT OW d SmiUl> Marle ^OOn^ Wolfe, June Stoddard, Eli- LeRoy Hanselman, Vera »»,,, • ^eodore Kashler, R 2E"' n . OI 5 noe Ran »«. Vera wibe 8t ait for and - ... A. r^aCccrson lo cnjoYmK a . visit from her niece, Mrs OHle Marda ? exe rolses will be held sha11 of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Marshall ' "" A speaker has been nas bee n spending the winter in Cali" "~ ' fornl a and returned home last week. Mrs Matt Baumgartner, Sr, has been Renwick last Saturday. Mr- procured for the program. Wille home in LuVerne. Pran °es Krause of at the daughter, Mrs. David Tuescher, from . M /;^ d M «- J *n Hamus will move S^'^^^^ff Mrs. Putsch, Mrs. Glass, Harry Lantry, Claude Nicoulln and others. They expect to cross over Into British Columbia, and return by way of Yellowstone Park. The Long party will camp out and make the trip a genuine outing. They expect to be absent until some time in August. • -—•-•• WW..AA Ainiuuo WU1 U1UVC to Mason City soon where they will make their future home. Miss Swensen and pupils had a pic nic Tuesday afternoon. A fine picni supper was enjoyed by all. Walter Hunt, Jr., who was operatec on for appendicitis a week ago Sunday at his home here Is Improving nlce- Mrs. Emke and daughter arrived on Saturday night from clear Lake and will take up housekeeping in the Mary Godfrey residence. re- "Tim" Visits His Boyhood Home, Clarion Monitor: T, P. Harrington, a prominent Algona attorney and an early resident of Wright .county, was calling on Clarion friends Thursday, his special mission being to look over the political fences of Congressman Dickinson, his law partner. He re- SS*" *SlS58 ttlem . , ta ver / ?<*><» *e- n« ^ n"^"77 Geor e e Stoddard and Cordelia Krutsinger from Renwick attended the class graduation exercises here Tuesday night. Rev Hahn and family have been transferred to Wilton and Rev. David Lange will fill the vacancy here In the Evangelical church. -Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, Mrs. William Blgings and children and Mrs. De Roe Godfrey spent Wednesday at the W. H. Potter home near Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Von Draska are P a Pe rl «B and painting the interior of their building on main street, preparatory to starting a rooming house. Mrs. Harold Miller from Oklahoma City, arrived Monday and in comparty with her mother, Mrs. Janse, expecte to make an extended trip east. Pair. "Tim", a, his early boyhood | Mr. and Mrs. Hoofnagle of Dallas ,- r re- Monroe last The dally vacation Bible school will D u td here in Dotn Methodist and Presbyterian churches from May 26th to June 13. The local pastors, R ev . Sconce, Rev. Hahn and Rev. Keyman have charge. Mrs. Fae Legler accompanied by her mother Mrs. Hill, who has been at the Legler home the past week, drove to Fort Dodge Friday. Mrs. Von Dras- them and h ° me Of hcr vislted " —" v * * w **u*iio U| AlVi UctU Mrs, Charles Boyle In Fort Dodge. JS r> i* n l^™V J 5?.S'*«lta. who have ,—__. w nlLd AII/I*ici)tcau~ /° ur m "es east of Renwiok He was eighty-six yejirs of agehad served during the Civil war and return- ea to Pennsylvania and came with his parents to Iowa where he took a homestead which has since been hte home" He leaves one son, Roy, who operates ntvm arm , 0 *, ° acres of ""Proved land. Other relatives are seven grandchlld- t& of Luveme 606 ' "* ™ P " G ° d Furniture Loans ISO to $300 bile and Live Stock Loans about our new equal monthly repayment plan Quick, Courteous, Confidential Service CUNNINGHAM & LACY Algona, Iowa Ph(me B98 Representing „„„ . FEDERAL FINANCE CO. 200 LIBERTY BLDG., DBS MOINES Get our price before you dispose of your wool. Greenberg 1 (^(WJ*^WS*rt^wW>*^l^VK-^i^fc^*AiA^jv^.» ^— "^

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