The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1931 · Page 6
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The Upper Des Homes-Republican, January 7,1931 HUMBOLDT SHOULD VOTE ON BONDS Would Practically Insure a Paved Road Between Algona and F6rt Dodge. MUST ACT QUICKLY TO GET RESULTS. Several Other Counties Including 1 Pocahontas Are Considering the Bond Issue. Kossuth county is' one of the best paved counties in the state. Paving cast, west, north and now all that Is needed Is a paved road south. Humboldt county has always opposed paved roads. Why, is a question. They arc paying In just as much money as other counties and the other counties are getting the paved roads. The highway commission, it is understood, has a million dollars left of the hundred million and if Humboldt should get busy at once and vote the bonds no winttemore December 30. Special: doubt they would be favored vrlth the Ioc , Goeders &n of Mr. and Mrs. John paving. The matter is under consideration In other counties and If Hum- tx>!dt holds out against a bond Issue, they will continue to help indirectly to pay for the paving in othe rcounties. This paving is bound to come, sooner or later and the sooner the better. Paved roads are an asset to a community and when once in, land owners Modern Dry Cleaners in New Location. The Modern Dry Cleaners have moved into their handsome new brick building, which was recently complet ed on the lot Just east of the old Modern Dry Cleaning site. The new structure was built especially for i dry cleaning establishment and is o: the latest design. The rug cleaning department is in the basement. The new quarters are much larger' than the old and will enable the firm to handle its rug cleaning business with much greater ease. The front part of the building Is occupied by the business office. Back of It Is the pressroom and general work room. The cleaning and spotting department If in the rear, in the part of the building which was constructed a few years ago, for that purpose and for a garage for the trucks. The woodwork has been painted green Inside nnd out, and there is a green cement approach to the front door. T. H. Holmes. Sr., proprietor of the Modern Dry Cleaners, is one of Algona's most progressive men. He Is assisted in his establishment by H. A. Norman, T. H. Holmes. Jr.. and Mrs. Dolm nnd Meredith Lathrop, as the bookkeeper. j NOTICE On this page will be found Items which were omitted last week because of crowded columns. Do not feel slighted If some Hem which you hnnded In, or a story you were Interviewed about was ieft out. It was Impossible to print everything and no discrimination was made in Hie articles that were held over for this week. By closing our columns a little earlier, you were able to get your papers before you would have otherwise because there were no postal deliveries on New Year's day. Rally of Baptists is Held in Algona. The mid-year rally of the Baptist vouiig people's union of the Northern own association was held at the Alrona Baptist church. Large delega- ions of young persons gathered from his part of the state. The Rev. New- Joc Goeders Won Fight in California. Goeders of Cylinder. Is making :i big headway to fame In California boxing circles. Lsst week Goeders knocked out Paul Drake of San Francisco In iho fourth round and before a crowd of 4.000 fans. And to add prestige to the event, the famous Jack Dempsey acted as referee. Young Goeders who „ —, , lives in Santa Ana, is classed among and taxpayers would not have it re- tlie Ught-heavyeights. He has won moved for twice the cost. If Hum-1 scvera j bouts since going west last tioldl will vote bonds at an early date. It Is a'most certain that a road will be payed between Algona and the county line. Chief Engineer Banstlan of Storm Lake was a visitor In Algona yesterday and looked over the Titonka road from the paving north with the view of recommending it as a part of the primary system. Norton Patents a Bad Coin Rejector. Raymond Norton of the Norton Machine Works has patented a drvjcc xviMch rejects slugs and counterfeit •hioney from automatic selling machines. He has been working on this machine for a long time and it should •go over big to automatic gasoline stm- tlons and so forth. Mr. Norton has none of the machines on hand at present but some are already in use. summer. Dempsey made a flying trip in his private limousine in order to referee the bout. Newspapers reported that Goeders was the favorite of the two participants. In the first round Goeders and Drake got off to a flying start in the effort to show their best before the smiling Jack Dempsey called the round a draw. In the second Goeders assumed the leadership and continued to keep it until he had battered Drake down three times and Dempsey raised the hand of the winner. Friends of Young Goeders are awaiting all his bouts anxiously both by radio and press. The' young man is a nephew of Tony Goeders of Algona and Susan Goeders of Whittemore. Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in northeast Kossuth county. Wonderful opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily. No experience or capital needed. Write today. McNess Company, Dept. L, Freeport, Illinois. 29' on Carman, Des Moines, state director of religious education of the Baptist denomination, was the principal speaker. The Swea City young people's choir nnd the Bancroft young people's orchestra furnished the music. Burt Lady Died Christmas Morning. Burt, December 30. Special: Burt people were surprised to hear of the death of Mrs. Laura Godden Christmas morning. Mrs. Godden had not been very well for some time, and was staying at the home of her brother, Owen Nichols, in Algona until Tuesday when she came to her home here, where she grew weaker and passed away Christmas morning. She leaves one son. Gene, of Duluth, Minnesota, and seven grandchildren. Mr. Godden died about five years ago. She also leaves three sisters and two brothers. Thoss from out of town who attended the funeral were her son and her sister, Miss May Nichols of Minneapolis. Funeral services were held at the home by Rev. J. E. Clifton on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Godden had planned to go to the home of her son to spend Christ-ma*, but was taken ill on Tuesday. That newspaper men are sometimes appreciated was demonstrated again when on Christmas morning Lester Willson appeared at the domiciles of Bill and Sid" and presented each with a handsome angel food cake with the compliments of himself and Mrs. Willson. Such things as this only happen a few times in a newspaper man's life time, and it was duly appreciated. ^^ As I have decided to quit farming, I will put up at public sale on the. farm 3% miles south of Sexton or 7j miles north of LuVerne, or 1 mile west and ^ mile south of St. Benedict on the Sexton-LuVerne road Elk Gives Party for County Kids. The Elk Cleaners held their fifth annual Christmas party'the day before Christmas for the children of Algona and vicinity. Between 600 and 700 children visited the Elk Cleaners during the day and received candy bars and ballons. There were about two hundred more children this year than last who attended. Jail Has Number of Holiday Guests. Wilfred Sawyer, 18, who has been working on a farm near Whittemore, I was given thirty days in Jail by Jus,ice A. Hutchison. Tuesday for using >lasphemous and obscene language. G. W. Ferris was picked up at Lone Rock Monday night by Sheriff L. E. Hovey, who Is holding him for authorities 'at St. James, Minnesota, on a bad check charge. Conrad MayJand of Swea City was bound over to the grand jury for obtaining money under false pretenses. Sheriff Hovey Is holding George Jennings of Algona for authorities in Warner, Minnesota. It seems that he Is mixed tip with a girl in Warner. M. J. "Mickey" McGllligan of Algona, is again a guest at the "jail, this ime he is in for too much celebatlon iround Lone Rock Monday night. Ervin M. Mall, a farm laborer from icar Burt was sentenced to ten days in jail December 27 by Justice W. C. Danson and to pay the costs on a bad check charge. ®B&&X^^ The undersigned will sell at public sale on the farm south of stockyards in Sexton, or seven miles east of Algona on paving TUESDAY, JANUARY 13 11:30 O'CLOCK 5 HORSES Secret Recipe Keeps Watermelons Fresh. Long's grocery store has on display a fine big watermelon which was presented to them as a Christmas present by C. D. Ward. Mr. Ward and his son, Harry, have a secret recipe for keeping watermelons and often keep them until after New Years. Harry Ward presented one to the Klwanis club as a prize about two or three weeks ago. Fined $10 and Costs for Assault and Battery. Burton Gehrtz,- who works near St. Benedict, was fined $10.00 and costs Tuesday In W. C. Danson's court for assault and battery. It seems that he had an altercation with Joe Germann of that neighborhood. It seems that he accused Germann of stealing some whiskey from him and proceeded to beat him. up, hence the fine. Starting at twelve o'clock One black oelding, coming 10 years old, wt. 1700 Ibs.; one gray gelding, corning 5 years old, wt. 1 700 Ibs.; one gray mare, coming years old, wt. 1650 Ibs.; one bay mare, coming 6 years old, ™ 1 500 Ihs.; one colt coming 2 years old. Lotts Creek People Lose Infant Daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Bilyeau of the Lotts Creek neighborhood suffered the loss of their month old daughter, Coleen, December 30. She died of intestinal infection. The burial was to take place this afternoon in Riverview cemetery. Rev. C. V. Hulse officiated One bay mare, seven years old, wt 1400 lb., slight blemish; one blue roan mare, coming three years old, wt. 1300, lb., sound; one 10 year old gelding; two bay geldings and one bay mare. 24 CATTLE 4 Holstein cows, 3 Shorthorn cows, 3 Holstein heifers coming two years old, 4 yearling Shorthorn heifers, 7 yearling steers, one two- year-old Shorthorn bull, two fall Shorthorn calves. 32 HOGS Good thrifty early fall pigs, average wt. 80 pounds. Hay, Grain, Etc. Five tons of good timothy and clover hay in barn; Seven tons of alfalfa hay in barn; Sixty bushels of rye; as many bushels of Hungarian seed as you wish to buy. Farm Machinery wt. Fenton Lady Died Tuesday, Dec. 16. Penton, December 30. Special. Mrs. Emily Krause passed away suddenly nt her home in Fenton last week Tuesday, December 16, at the age of fifty- nine years, ten months and eighteen days. The deceased was a sufferer of diabetes, but had been about as usual until the last three days before her death Emily Zelinske, daughter of Martir. and Caroline Zelinske, was born January 28, 1879, in Germany. She arrived in Kossuth county in the spring of 1899. On February 11, 1899, she was married to Reinhold Krause at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Five children were born to this union. They are: William, Gerhart, Erwin, and Elmer of this place and Mrs. Elsie Coleman of Palisade, Colorado. Funeral services were held Saturday, December 20, at two o'clock p. m. at the St. John's Lutheran church of Fenton with Rev. R. W. Kabelitz officiating clergyman. Interment was made in the Lutheran cemetery north of town. She leaves to mourn her loss besides her children, three sisters and two brothers, they being Edward Zelinske of Elbow Lake, Minnesota; Mrs. N. Meyers of Chicago; Mrs. J. Boesiger; Mrs. Ida Maass I and Charles Zelinske of Milwaukee I Out of town relatives attending the ] funeral were Mrs. Floyd Coleman, of I1 Palisade, Colorado, and Mr. and Mrs. ] j Edward Zelinske of Elbow Lake, Minnesota. 1 brooder liouso, lOx 12, Ames plan, <lonHe floor, in good condi- ti m. 1 Close to Nature, hard coal brooder, 1,000 capacity. 1 building 12x18 without floor in good condition suitable for a garage or movable hog shed. 4 6x8x16 and several heavy timbers 12 to 16 feet in length. 2 sets of work harness one and one-half and one and one-quarter inch. 1 42-ft Meadows elevator in good condition. 1 Dain hay loader 1 20-f t. 4-section wood bar lever harrow. 1 John Deere two row cultivator. 1 single row Tower and one Avery cultivator. 2 high wheel wagons. 1 hav ra^-k. TERMS—Cash or make arrangements with your banker. LADIES' AID OF SEXTON WILL SERVE LUNCH AND MAN AGEMENT OF SALE GIVES A GOOD CIGAR WITH EVERY 25c LUNCH. Roy L. Wadleigh, W. S. Wise, H. C. Snyder C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer. Kossuth Co. State Bank, Clerk. aca20£o^<»y£&K«o?^^ 8 Cattle 57 Hogs 8 head of grade milch cows, 3 due to freshen in 6 weeks, others soon after. 24 spring pigs; 28 fall pigs; 5 old sows. Farm Machinery, Etc. One Farmer's Friend 26 foot elevator, good as new; I McCormick 8- foot binder, nearly new; 1 John Deere manure spreader, in good condition; 1 International tandern disc; 1 John Deere 3-bottorn tractor plow; 1 Titan tractor; 1 international corn planter m good running condition; 1 Ohio single row corn plow; 1 three section drag; I three horse power International gas engine with jack; 1 Cooper wagon with rack, practically new; I high, wide tired wagon in good shape; 1 trator hitch for binder; 1 Victor endgate seeder, nearly new. Two sets of harness in good shape; one set of flynets, slightly used; four good collars; 1 garage, 16x18, plank floor, is on skids ready to move; small tools such as vise, wrenches, etc. One crib of corn holding approximately 700 bushels. TERMS — Cash or see your banker. JOE GERMANN \ Matern, Auctioneer Ed. Rahm, Clerk. ^ Former Wesley Man Died in Iowa City. Wesley, December 30. Special: The funeral services for Henry Putzstuck, age 41, were held Friday morning at ten o'clock at the St. Joseph's Catholic church with Father Geo. F. Wessling in charge of requiem high mass. Mr. Putzstuck died Tuesday following a siege of neuritis. He had gone to the hospital at Iowa City two weeks pervious in search of medical aid, but all the kind and helpful aid recnived failed to carry him through hi. 1 ; brave fight for life. Mr. Putzstuck was born in Rutland, Illinois, and came to Wesley when a young man. He has been living at Wyoming, Illinois, recently where he has been employed on a farm. He leaves two brothers, Bert and John, and one sister, Mrs. Anna all of Wesley who are extended the .sincere sympathy in the loss of their brother. Garden City Couple Married Here Tuesday. William O. Colby and Miss Barbara L. Roske both of Garden City. Minnesota, were united in marriage on Tuesday afternoon, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Hulse at the parsonage. The couple were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swelven of Garden City. Mr. Colby is a teacher in the public schools at Garden City. Not "Relifiou*" P*inUnf Tlie portrait of Mona Lisa, bj Leonardo da Vlncl, U by no means a religious picture. Mooa (madonna 01 tnudum) Lisa Gherurdlal was tbe (bird wife of Francesco de Glocondo, whoin she uui rrled In 141)5. Leonardo da Vlncl WOH engaged In pointing her por trult from IfiOO to Holiday Doings in Grant Township. Swea City Herald: Grant Township, December 30.—The Grant high school students used the Christmas holidays as an opportunity to give a party for the last year's seniors. It was held at the Joe Mayne home last Friday night. Alice Mayne. one of the seniors, who has been attending a normal training school at Mankato was home for the Christmas vacation. The evening was spent in playing games and after this a lunch consisting of sandwiches, cake and cocoa was served. The Grant Ladies' Aid society will hold a farewell party for their members who are leaving, on January 7 at the home of Mrs. J. A. Hall. • The Grant church will hold their New Year's wake at the local church on Wednesday night. The time is to be spent In playing games, having a program and a devotional service. On Thursday, Friday and Sunday evenings there are to be special services at the church. And beginning the following Monday evening and through to the close of the services, Dr. W. H. Lease of Algona will be the speaker. Dr. Lease is a very good speaker and none should miss the opportunity to hear him. Veterans Are Receiving Pensions. J. A. Freeh, who Is looking after pension applications for veterans of American wars, reports that he has sent in ninety applications under the new World War pension act and seven out of eleven whose applications have been acted .upon have received pensions. He also reports that Arnold Trainer of Burt has been granted a pension of $35 a month beginning August 5, 1630. Editor John Guderian of the Kanawha Reporter with his wife and little girl, were visiting in Algona yesterday. John is making his Kanawha paper one of the best small town papers in northern Iowa and his Algona friends are glad to see him prospering. Having rented my farm and will move to town I will offer the following personal property at public sale, at the farm 8 miles east of Algona on the McGregor street road, 2 miles north of Ct. Benedict, 1 mile east and 1 mile south of Sexton, 4 miles west and 1 milp south of Wesley, on Wed. Jan. 14 Sale to Begin at 12 o'clock sharp. Lunch served by Sexton Ladies' Aid 5 HEAD OF HORSES 5 Black mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1600; black mare, 8 yrs. old, wt. 1550; one team of black mares, 14 yrs. old, wt. 2000; one black horse. 54 HEAD OF HOGS 54 Nine Spotted Poland China brood fows, bred for March and April far- row; 45 fall pigs. 10 HEAD OF CATTLE 40 Thirteen milk cows, 4 giving milk, some fresh by day of sale and others soon; 7 2-year old heifers, some heavy springers; 2-year old roan Shorthorn bull; 1 yearling white faced bull; 8 yearling steers; 6 yearling heifers; 2 sutimer calves; % small calves. 200 Chickens—100 purebred Buff Orpington pullets; 100 large type white Leghorns: 6 Buff Orpington cockerels. FARM MACHINERY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TERMS—Cash, or see your banker. No p»operty to be removed until Bottled for. Louis J, Kutschara, Prop. II. H. Brummond, Auctioneer, E. F, Rahm, Cler*, r"™ FA FARMERS Call on us when you have hogs to sell. ALGONA HOG MARKET Truck Service Phone 628 C. & N. W. Railway • Yards. wwv WWW WHVNOTTRVp 0 p HAM , s | ASTHMA REMEDY » Glvea Prompt and Poiltlvo Relief In Every « 9 Case. Sold by DruKglBti. Price $1.00, 3 » Trial Package by Mall lOc, 5 | WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props. Cleveland, 0. f For Sale by LUSBY'S DRUG STORE Hospital Tested Recommended by doctors and nurses. Cleansing, refreshing antiseptic for women. As a deodorant, it prevents embarrassment. Sold by druffiiu Lydia E, Pinkham's Sanative Wash LydU E. Pinkh.iu Medicine Co. Lynn, Miu. DOUBLE-EDGE RAZOR (old or nsw model) BlTTERRAZOR

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