The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1933
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The Algona Ppper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 2,1933 lAwrence Mlsbach spent Sunday In •St. 1 Peter, Mififiesotft. vtettdng mends. f' T. J. iJttVerft attended -the of Btotoop Cruinm in Des Mom* CatheMne Mlsbach, Loretta Howie find Leon* Lichter spent the week end in Ames with friends. Julius Winkel and Sara Doran drove lo Ames where they spent the week end viaiting with friends. ; Mrs. Leonore Peck, who was quite 1111 lor a few days suffering from heart trouble, is Improving nicely. Mrs. Anna Drone, who was a patient of the Lutheran hospital at Hampton, returned to her name last week very inuch improved. Mrs. Mary Beard and son, Lou Jones, left Saturday evening for Deep Water, Missouri, where she will spend the win. ter with a sister. . Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain spent Sunday in Elmore, Minnesota, where they visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Clarence Maland. ; Rev. and Mrs. P. 3. Braner and Mr. find Mrs. Herman Boettcher were din- taer guests at the home of Robert Drey- «r at Lotts Creek last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Larson took In the Iowa-Minnesota game at Minneapolis Saturday and Mrs. Larson will visit there this week with her slater. : Arllne Matern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Matern, started work at the Algonquin last week. Arlene Is a 1932 graduate from St. Cecelia academy. . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pestotnlk o: Boone, Iowa, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer Sunday of last week Mr. pestotnik is a brother of Mrs. Selzer. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders drove to jjt. Paul Sunday where they will make a visit with their daughter, Mrs. C. T Kennedy. Their car was driven by Kenneth Frank!. I Mr. Shd Mrs. Calvin Driver of Oak Harbor, ^Ohio, left 'Monday after visiting a week With the former's brother, Tb. Ill/Driver, calvln Driver is a railroad operator on the New York Central. Bruce Eckhart was absent Thursday and Friday from the creamery where he is employed because of the misplacement of his knee cap which he suffered Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Powell and son and Miss Ruth swanson of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dixon and son, Jimmy, of Centerville were Sundays visitors at the swanson home. Mrs. Van Allen and her two children, Mary Elizabeth and Evelyn, Lloyd Keith and Mrs. Cavanaugh spent Sunday in Buffalo Center visiting Mrs. Van Allen's sister, Mrs. E. W. Benson. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard were guests at the Alvin Weber home near Irvington Sunday. A one o'clock dinner was enjoyed and the afternoon spent Informally. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lamuth of Farl- bault, Minnesota, spent the week enc with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. Eleanor Lamuth returned with her brother after spend- nlg the past five days visiting in Farl- bault. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crumm and Mr and Mrs. Frank Smith, all of Mason City and Mrs. Walter Thompson of For Dodge were visitors at the home o Mrs. O. H. Free, Wednesday. Mrs Crumm and Mrs. Thompson are sister of Mrs. Free. P. J. Qrelner, who underwent an op- eratlon for the removal of a cataract from his eye at Mason City, was allowed to come home Saturday afternoon. He is getting along as well as could be expected but will be obliged to exercise extreme caution for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parsons of Des Molnes are expected here soon and will visit at the D. P. smith and H. R. Cowan homes. Mrs. Parsons is a sister of Mr. Smith and Mrs. cowan. Mrs. Parsons is on the program of the Congregational Jubilee celebration. Mrs. W. P. Clark and three sons, Belmont, Stanley and Bobby of Laurens, and Mrs. L. A. Trow and son, Adrian, of Football 3:15 p.m. Nov.3 LIVERMORE H. S. vs ALGrONA ACADEMY at. 'Athjetiq Park, Algona ''' *•••'-*• Curlew, came Sunday to visit for the day with their sister, Mrs. W. P. French. They were accompanied home that evening by Vione Clark, daughter of Mrs. W. P. Clark, who has been visit- Ing the past two months with her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas, left Friday morning for Notre Dame, where Joseph Junior, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelley, is a freshman. Saturday they saw the Notre Dame-Pltts- burg game. The two couples returned to their home Monday morning having traveled by way of Chicago where they stopped for a time. Among those who saw the football game at Mason City between that city and Algona academy Sunday were Mrs Matt Selzer, Mrs. W. T. Dauhan, Mrs Karl Hoffman, Mrs. Ed DeZellar, Mrs Harold Patterson, Frank Zender, Mr and Mrs. Ed Hansen and their visitors Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Morse, Catherine Selzer, Mararget Lichter, Catherine Strelt, Gertnude Zepder and Laura Hansen. Word has been received from Eleano Keen, a freshman student in the schoo of journalism at the state University of Iowa, that she had passed the firs round in the debate try-outs held ther recently. Only one other girl com peted. Eleanor is also a member o the student faculty Delations commit. :teAof th'eY. WVCi'A"^ This commltte plans the group parties of the which are held at the different facult members' homes weekly. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon spent the week end to Ames attending homecoming. John Lundstrom left Tuesday for Emmetsburg, where he is now employed on the Emmetsburg Tribune. Donnabelle Merrln of Estherville visited her aunt, Mrs. R. B. Miller, and other friends in Algona Sunday. Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and little son, Bobble visited at the former's parents' home in Mason city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laldley and family of Estherville were Sunday visitors at the Howard Vlnson home. High school students Hilton, McCullough and Bob Post attended the football game at Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson and family came over from Corwith Saturday and visited with relatives and friends. Wilfred French returned here Monday evening from phildelphla, Pa., where he has been working since May. Mrs. Ted Rustln and daughter of Ayrshire returned to her home Friday after a visit at the H. N. Webster home. Roy Bjustrom left for Kansas City Tuesday on a busness trip. He will be gone until the latter part of the week. Alice Duffy, who has been employed at the R. W. Caldwell home for some tfme, left for her home In Whittemore Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and family spent Sunday in Fort Dodge at the R. L. Drayton home where they were guests for dinner, Paul Danson and BUI Rlnggenberg rent to Okobojl Saturday on a fishing rip. They returned Sunday, report- ng very good luck. Mrs. H. N. Webster drove to Emmets- urg Tuesday evening and brought back dlss Amy Smith, who will visit her the emainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Tayler and Mr. and Mrs. Del Weed, all of Mason City, were here Sunday visiting the adies' brother, Geo. Wilson. Emil Lavrenz and daughter, Bessie, of Minneapolis, visited several days f last week at the John Dutton, Heny and Fred, Sr., Lavrenz homes. Mrs. Henry Mason who had the mis- ortune to fall from her wheel chair Call Theatre, Algona Service unduplicated in Iowa at the price. 25 per cent (more on each program with Wide Range Sound. New News, one. day old. Hard of Hear-, ing ear phones. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Nov. 1-2-3 Bing Crosby, Judith Allen, Jack Oakie land Lilyan Tashman in "TOO MUCH HARMONY" 100 beautiful girls—It's a musical. Saturday Special, November 4th ' vn m4»m/ '(Matinee 2:30 p. m.) jfcTRAC ¥ W ith Mae Clark, Otto Krueger and 3-way comedy program. Our Gang in "Mush and Milk, 1 ' Silly Symphony and Cartoon Comedies. Kit Carson serial. Sunday-Monday, November 5-6 A special program worth driving 50 miles for a big musical show, 4 Eton Boys, Vitaphone Chorus in "TELEPHONE OPERATORS' OPERA" See this and ask Manager Rancher of the Telephone Co. to give Algona this service. Also— Ruth Chatterton, Geo. Brent in "Female" She Is the manager of an automobile factory. You'll love her. Fine entertainment. Also New News. Tuesday-Wednesday, November 7-8 (Tuesday matinee at 2:30.) also Buhinoff and his band, Jean Sargent, torch singer in 'Black and White' New News 1 day old. Musical Armistice Day Trailer. Thursday-Friday, Nov. 9-10 (Matinee Thusrday 2:30) Vas you Dere, Sharlie? with Zasu Pitts, Edna Mae Oliver, Ted Healy and his band, dancing girls, Extra Special, Saturday, Nov. 11 Armistice Pay Prograin—Fun and BOW! El Brendel in "Olwm's Big Moment" A surprise—3-way comedy program—Matinee 8:30. JACK PEARL Don Trauger spent the week end In Ames attending homecoming. Photographer Will Brown spent Sunday In Des Monies visiting friends. Monica and Loretta O'Connor of Mason city spent Sunday visiting Algona friends. Mrs. Dennis Pratt returned to her home Sunday after spending a week in the hospital. She is getting along nicely now. L. A. copp left Sunday for Roundup, Montana, to be gone all of this week. Elmer Hagg Is helping out in the Daily Reminder office in his absence. Mrs. George Johnson returned from Fort Dodge Thursday night after undergoing a major operation in the hospital there. She is recovering quite rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth left on Sunday evning for Chicago, where Matt will attend to some business for a few days and will spend the remainder of the week at the world's fair. Alfred Soderberg came last week on Wednesday from Forest Lake, Minnesota, where he makes his home with a daughter, for a visit of about a week with AlgBna friends and relatives at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tlerney and daughter came here Saturday evening and returned Sunday with their son, Craig, who has been visiting here the past week with his grandmother, Mrs. Geo. Holtzbauer. Alice Rlst drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday evening to meet her friend, Charlotte Jane Alvison of Omaha who will spend the remainder of the week in Algona. The girls were roommates at Rockford college. William Monlux and Kenneth and Carl Medln, all students at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medln respectively. Marlon McMahon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, returned to her home here Saturday from Chicago where she has been employed this summer in the A. & P. model kitchen at the world's fair. Mrs. carnaban .and' Mrs. Pentlco spent Friday evening at Emmetsburg, returning home Saturday afternoon. Editor Lee Wolfe Fays Pleasant Call fidltor Lee O. Wolfe of the Titonka Topic, was a pleasant caller at this office for a few minutes last Friday and reviewed the political situation and the NRA In which he is a strong believer. Mr. Wolfe some years ago represented Kossuth county in the state legislature as a republican, but he is now a staunch supporter of President Roosevelt and his many schemes for recovery from the business depression. It Is always a pleasure to visit with Lee and he is wnally to be found fighting the battles of the common people in his paper. Help Locate Semi- Centennial Register Who knows where the register for the semi-centennial celebration is? It had been kept at the Algona Library until the Diamond Jubilee in 1929 when it was borrowed to obtain a list of old settlers to whom special invitations were sent. Now no one seems able to recall who had the book. If you remember anything about the book or If you know where it is won't you please call 230, so it can be placed back in the library. ecently. breaking both legs, is reported Kossuth Societies and Clubs Surprise Party Tuesday— Mrs. Cldney Laird was surprised on her birthday Tuesday evening with a party given by her mother, Mrs. S. B. French, and her two sisters, Mrs. Lyle Mathes and Mrs. Kermlt Setchell. The guests played bridge during the evening and prizes were given those receiving high score at each of the three tables. Officers Elected— Officers were elected at the meeting of the Past Matrons held Tuesday afternoon at' the Masonic Temple. Mrs Jake Freeh and Mrs. E. W. Lusby were They were accompanied by the form- as recovering nicely at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Elwell, Mrs. Martin Wold of Estherville. Mrs. Charley Hagen of Chicago and Mrs. Frank Haren of Titonka are guests at the Frank Vera home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fronk of Rice Lake, Wisconsin, were guests over the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Henry Fronk. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and Mrs. Mildred Hulse Topf spent the week end in Minneapolis where they visited friends and the latter attended the Iowa- Minnesota football game. Catherine O'Brien of whittemore visited her sister, Eileen O'Brien, Sunday. KathWen, John Lee and Rosanne Holtzbauer and Eileen accompanied her to her home that evening. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson moved Wednesday into the upstairs apartments of the M. J. Kenefick home. Rev. Carlson Is the new Presbyterian minister here. He was formerly of Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helberg and children spent Sunday visiting their parents in Sheldahl. They also visited Mrs. Helberg's sister, Mrs. Lyman Prick of Des Moines and had dinner with her. Mrs. D. C- McDowell, Mrs. Suzanne Laures and Miss Gertrude Mashek all of Waterloo were visitors during the week end at the John G. McDowell home. Mrs. McDowell is John's mother. It 'i*J. Mrs. Henry B. Smith of Chicago arrived Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson whom she will visit. She is also here because of the Congregational Jubilee celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Puffer of Cor- wlth spent Sunday visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. L. W. Glllepsie, The two couples then drove to Burt to visit the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, I. Mansmlth. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ryno and two boys and Irene Lamuth, all of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday visiting at the John Lamuth home. Mrs. Ryno and Irene are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. Beth Backus and Perry White drove to Dubuque Friday where they visited at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. Thomas Maxwell. They also visited Eleanor Backus who is attending the University there. D. D. Monlux, Wm. Freeman and Lafe Griffin left for Davenport Monday where they will attend the Royal Arch Mason's convention held there this week, as delegates from here. They are expected to return Friday evening. ibV granddaughter, Betty Jane Dwyer, who visited over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves attended the luncheon given at Mason City Monday by the Standard Oil company honoring the men who had been in service ten years. In acknowledgement each man received a button and the wives of each man were also guests of the company. Agnes Nordstrum, R. N., left Thursday morning for Nevada, after spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrum. At Nevada she will be head nurse at the Seven Day Adventist sanitarium. A younger sister, Marie, left Monday for Nevada, where she will attend high school and also work at the sanitarium. Dr. W. D. Andrews delivered a talk to the Patent Teachers Association which met at the Garner high school Tuesday evening. His subject was "Highlights on Athletics in the Public Schools," in which he talked about the prevention of serious and permanent injuries to boys taking part in athletic during their high school years. He also stressed the importance of the proper care of injuries received. Hangar Is Razed; Sold to Hiway Comm. The hangar at the airport is no more. It was sold to the Iowa State Highway commission and was recently torn down and taken to the Commission's sheds near the fairgrounds where it will be used in the construction of more sheds. The airport has been supported Since 1928 by the American Legion and the forty acre plot of ground was leased from H. E. Rlst, The lease was not renewed the first of the year as tho Legion no longer cared to support the project. The department of commerce was notified at the time the lease was relinquished, Whose Goat Did They Get They got somebody's goat! And they tied it to one car and then another, one of which belonged to a venerable town officer. They pushed, tugged, carried or lead It up the post office stairs and tied it to Andy Anderson's door and called him back to the office to greet the caller. But whsoe goat did they get? Pull the blizzard's teeth—you car make your buildings warm at low cost with Gamble Rolled Roofing. 36 ib 98c per sq. 45 Ib., $1.45. Stove Pipe 6", 28 ga., 24" length, 2 for 35c. hostesses, president, Newly elected officers are: Mrs. Nellie McCall; vice resident, Mrs. Vesper Hull; secretary- ;reasurer, Mrs. Dave Leffert. Telephone Employees Party- Friday evening, eighteen employees from the telephone office here attended a party in th X.. C. Hall at Emmetsburg for the Northwestern Iowa Telephone Company employees. There were 200 employees In attendance altogether. A program was presented in which ihe employees took part. Mary and Marie Harris of Algona sang a duet as a part of It. Bridge w as played and dancing enjoyed later. Academy Party— The first of a series of three card and dancing parties was held at the St. Cecelia academy Tuesday evening. Bridge was played at fifteen tables with Irma stehle winning the first prize for the ladies and Tim O'Brien of Whittemore the first for men. There were nine tables of flve hundred. Mrs. John Capeslus and John Frankl won the high prizes at five hundred. Lunch was served to 200 followed by dancing. The second party of the series will be held next Tuesday evening at the Academy beginning at eight o'clock. Bridge and flve hundred will be followed by a lunch and dancing. Kownth Hospital News Mrs. Nina Murray of Algona under* went a gall bladder operation satur* day morning. James Brown of Algona and James Nickerson also of Algona both underwent operations for hernia. Pauline Sankey of luVerne underwent a minor operation. Arlene Rust of conrtth underwent an operation Monday and died later that same day. Fred Rettwunen of Titonka the hospital as a medical p*tl«flt. Let the V. O. M.-B. estnnat* on four next job of printing. BLAME Your Water Meter. Ten to one it is a leaky closet or faucet that causes the big water bill. We specialize on Repair Work. Holtzbauer Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal Phone 83 119 S. Dodge The Christmas Gift You Alone Can Give Here is the one gift that is personal —your photograph, the gift that you alone can give. Friends will appreciate your thoughtfiilness and enjoy this gift better than all others. Why not plan to give your photo this year—a beautiful photo such as our artist photographer takes. a Paramount player PETERSON STUDIO Phone 34-w Back From Market Stunning New Apparel Styles Our Buyers Report Most Fortunate Purchases Fashion's Most Becoming New Modes Why do Gambles sell more radios than any other northwest company? See the new 1934 models at less than 1933 prices at any Gamble store. Mantle type, $14.95. Coronado Super-Het console, $44.50. Close out prices on a few 1933 models. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Algona, In the county of Kossuth, at the close of business on the 25th day of October, A. D. 1933. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities Overdrafts Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Banking House $15jOOOJDO Furniture and Fixtures 8,500.00 Due from banks and bankers, cash and cash Items .. Total Resources $1,275,793.56 26.15 3,000.00 21,500.00 535,977.79 $1,836,297.50 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $50,000.00 Surplus Fund 50,000.00 Undivided Profits (after deducting expenses) 24,488.83 Reserved for purchase of Stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 4,000.00 Deposits due to banks and bankers on demand .... 37,576.00 Individual deposits subject to check 1,151,563.34 Savings deposits 28.4fl6.4fl Time certificates of deposit 77581.63 Demand certificates, certified checks, cashier's checks and unpaid dividends 16,881.21 Postal Savings deposits , -.. 396.000.00 100,000.00 38,498.83 1,707,798.67 1,836,297.50 STATE OF IOWA, Kossuth county, as. We, R. H. Miller, President; H. R. Cowan and N. A. Smith, Vice Presidents; H. L. GUmore, Cashier; and F. L. MoMahon, Assistant Cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief, R. H. MILLER. President. N. A. SMITH, Vice President. H. R. COWAN, Vice President. H. L. GILMORE, Cashier. F. L. McMAHON, Assistant Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by R. H. Miller, K. A- Smith, H. R. Cowan, H. L. Oilmore and F. L. McMahon, this 1st day of November, 1933. LOUISE MAGNUSON, (BEAD Notary Public in and for Kossutb County. ATTESTED BY: J. O. MAWDSLEY. J. F. QVERMYER. JOHN FRANKL. U, P. HAGGARD. L, E. UNNAW. Directors. New Coats With Fur Collars Fur Trimmings Include Caracul — Jap Mink — Wolf — Badger — Skunk — Fox — Manchurian Wolf—Squirrel. .. , Newest Styles 19.75 to 49.50 Lovely New Dresses New Fabrics Include Sheor Wool Crepes—Rabbit's Wool Faile —Bengaline—Velvet Sand Crepe—Canton Crepe. 7.95 to 19.75 Good Value I

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