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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algofia, Iowa, Nov. 2,1933 SWEA CITY WELL LEGION MEETING Auxiliary Gtoes "Over Top" in Membership Drive For State Swea city: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr, Mr.-and Mrs. Richard'Berg, Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow, Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph JTiebe, Mrs. Ray Lord. Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. Paul W. Larson attended the American Legion eighth district convention at Port Dodge on Thursday. The Swea City unit was the first unit In the elate to "go over the top" in membership and Mrs. B. Myhr, president of the local unit was given a place Of honor at the speakers' table at the joint banquet in the evening. A son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Holcomb. Mrs. Herman Bowman is at Fort Dodge recovering from an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pehrson are at Bancroft, Minn., getting acquainted with their grandchild. • The Grant Ladles' Aid society will hold then- annual banquet at the Grant M. K. church on Friday p. m., Nov. 10. Mrs. R. A. Bravender spent the week end al Des Moines, where she attended the state meeting of the Eastern Star lodge. Win. Krumm had the misfortune to have his hand severely Injured the past week. His hand got caught inthe grain elevator, several bones were broken. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Curtis made several trips to Buffalo Center the past week to make repairs on then- bungalow which was damaged by fire Monday,- ;:• ••• Rev. G. R. Seimans accompanied by Mrs. D. W. Fults, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm and Mrs. Clare Erickson attended a homecoming at the Baptist Old Folks Home at Winnebago, Minn, on Tuesday of last week. The junior class play, "Toot Your Horn," was presented on Friday night by Darlene Kesler, Jeanette Wilson, Arlotte Skromme, Kathryn Thomson, Mae Peterson, Grace McDowell, Clare Parsons, Renn Kluger, Palmer Jensen and Everett Kulander. The Grant junior students presented their class play Tuesday and Wednesday nights, October 31 and November 1. The cast of characters included Muriel Payne, Donald Mayne, Donald Barger, Bernard Kelly, Charles Curtis, Norman Soever, Geo. Patterson, Robert Briggs. The title of the play was "The Will O' the Wisp." (Canada Bond Reduced Bond in the case of James A. Canada, Indicted by the grand Jury on a charge of altering a public record, was reduced from $2500 to $1500 by a court order, Tuesday. Judge DeLand also attended to other matters of court. For Orphan Aid This youngster is a World War veteran's orphan who lives at the National Home for war orphans maintained by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States »t Eaton Rapids, Michigan. One penny from every poppy sold in the annual sale conducted by the V. F. W. helps maintain this National Borne, Poppy Day Sat, Nov. 11 Sponsored by Kossuth County Post 2541 Congregational Diamond Jubilee Sketch and Program fl^r t^ , J ._..^.^.^,.. - r „--..-,--,-.-~..-^..,-,^-...~..~...^*-.---.~ J ^-—-*....-^.^^--.--^^ i .^^^^^ a ^ J , m .^,..,..— ^,^^ a ^^^ 1 ^ u ^ a ^ Rev. Chauncey Taylor Founder of Church. Rev. Chauncey Taylor No improvement could be made on what B. F. Reed says of Rev. Chauncey Taylor in his history ol Kossuth county. "From pioneer times, in that year (1854) in which Algona had its birth, down to the date of his death on the 29th of February, 1876, Father Taylor, as he was lovingly called, lived and labored among the people of Kossuth county, seeking ever the moral uplift of those with whom he was associated. *** He was born in Vermont, February 17, 1805, and died in Algona, February 29, 1876. *** Father Taylor made himself a part of the We of the community. He shared in the joys and sorrows of the people, aided them in their labors, encouraged them in hours of trial and temptation, inspired them with courage and preached to them the hope of a blessed immortality. The concensus of opinion gives to Father Taylor the credit of doing more for the moral uplift of the community in Kossuth county than any other man. The memory of such a man can never die while living monuments remain upon which were Imprinted the touch of his noble soul." Congregational Church Completed 1868, Cost $9,700 ,Capt. W. H. Ingham Member of Building Committee Capt. W. H. Ingham Capt. W. H. Ingham was one of the committee in charge of the building of the present church. He was one of the first Algona settlers who located here in 1854. It was through his efforts that the old church secured its first bell in 1868. Later the bell was recast into a larger one which Is now in the church. Mr. Ingham married Miss Caroline A. Rice. Their son, Harvey Ingham, editor of the Des Moines Register will be present at the jubilee and will give an address at the afternoon session Sunday. Capt. Ingham homesteaded near the Black Cat with A. L. Seeley and by March, 1855, had their cabin complete. Theirs was the second cabin in Kossuth county north of the present Mike Loss farm. Program Thursday Evening, November 2, 1933 The Young People's Banquet at 6 o'clock Work bf the Christian Endeavor in Former Years, Mrs. Manson A Stewart. Toastmaster, Robert Harrington, Toasts by Meredith Lathrop, Beth Backus, Eugene Hutchins and Lawrence Misbach. 8 o'clock—A play,: "The Unlighfted Cross; presented under Jbe direction of Mrs. Dana Faxson. Friday Evening, November 3, 1933 Anniversary Banquet Honoring Pioneer Members at 6:30 o'clock Invocation. Toastmistress—Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. "Missionary Spirit of the Pioneer Church, Mrs. Jennie Wadworth Reminiscences, Mrs. Stella Reed, Mrs. Mary Patterson, D. T. Smith, Mrs. Mary Smith, Miss Clara Zahlten, Rev. B. M. Southgate and others. Letters and Greetings from absent members to be read by Mrs. Myrle Griggs, and G. S. Buchanan. Candlelight Ceremonial. i ,. , : , Sunday Morning, November 5, 1933 The Sunday School Hour at 10 o'clock "Story of the Founding of Our Church," Mrs. V. V. Naudaln. The Anniversary Church Service at 10:45 o'clock Organ Recital Mrs. Sylvia Gunn "Pomp and Circumstance"—Elgar "Liebested"—Wagner Processional, "Rejoice Give Thanks and Sing." "The Lord is in His Holy Temple," Chant by Choir. Invocation. Brief History The Algona Congregational church was founded by Rev. Chauncey Taylor, who came here to establish a church and preached his first sermon hi Algona to a group of twenty-five persons gathered at the J. W. Moore cabin on Sunday, April 20, 1856. Twenty, eight months later on August 15, 1858, the Congregational church was organized with a union of five workers which included Father Taylor, his daughter Harrlette E. Taylor Stacy, Mrs. Eugenia Rist Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wheeler of Irvington. The two Wheeler children were baptised at the first service and thus began the church's career. The Congregational Society which controls the business management of the church, was incorporated February 7,1866, and the articles signed by Father Taylor, August Zahlten, Warren Walston, James L. Paine, Elum C. Miles, Harvey M. Taft, Jerome E. Stacy and Dr. Matthew H. Hudson. Upon completion of the town hall in 1857 services were held there every Sunday. The hall was located on the site of the present Boston store or the old Steele location. Eleven years later the Congregational Society bought the building and dedication services were held September 20, 1868, when Rev. E. C. Miles of Belmond preached. Father Taylor was formally installed as pastor on Sept. 6, 1867, and remained in that capacity until 1873, when he retired. In 1878 the building was moved to the northwest corner of the block in which the high school stands. Several years later when the school board wanted the entire block and the church wanted a new building, the present church was built on McGregor street and was completed in 1886. The building committee included Rev. W. H. Barnard, third pastor of the church, captain W. H. Ingham, H. S. Langdon, D. A. Buell. The contract for the building was let for $9,700. After Father Taylor completed his seventeen years of service Rev. H. B. Underwood came and was in charge of the pulpit for about a year. Others who .have succeeded him are as follows in their proper order and with the years of service: Rev. W. H. Barnard, 12 years; Rev. W. E. Davidson, 8 years; Rev. C. E. Sinclair, 2 years; W. J. Suckow, 4 years; Rev. O. H. Holmes, 11 years (during his pastorate the pipe organ was installed); Rev. Louis Goddard, 2 years; Rev. J. J. Jones, 3 years; Rev. B. M. Southgate, 10 years; Rev. W. A. Frazier, 1% years; Rev. Fred J. Clark, 2 years. Rev. J. Robert Hoerner, who is the present pastor, came to Algona about a month ago. August Zahlten Aug. Zahlten was also one of eight who signed the articles which incorporated the Congregational Society controlling the business management of the church. He was made a deacon for life years before his death, as was also Dr. M. H. Hudson. Mr. Zahlten came to Kossuth county in 1856. A short time later he bought the farm which is now known as the Zahlten farm and which Is farmed by Miss Clara Zahlten and her nephew, August Slagle. Miss Zahlten is the only surviving member of her immediate family. Mr. Zahlten was born in Prussia, Janury 12, 1817, and passed the first 35 years of his life there. On January 7, 1857, he was married to Miss Margaret Rlebhoff. Mr. Zahlten died on March 0, 191)2, after a long life of usefulness and industry. The Zahl- ten family always took an active part In the life of the Congregational church. August Zahlten Early Deacon for Life Jerome E. Stacy Jerome E. Stacy was one of the eight signers of the article's which incorporated the congregational Society which controls the buslnesti management of the church. He came to Algona in 1856 and on April 12, 1862, was united in marriage to Miss Harrlette E. Taylor, daughter of Rev. Ohauncey Teylor, founder of the Congregational church. Mr. Stacy served in many civic capacities and among other offices which he filled was that of county judge for a two year period. For thirty years he was proprietor of the Algona Nurseries and he also erected Algona's first flour mill which he operated for the same length of time. He died December 16, 1904. Mrs. Stacy was one of the five charier members of the church, she came to Algona in 1857, a year "after her alher located here and faithfully worked with him in the organization of the church. Mrs. L. L. Basset of Sheldon, who Is a daughter of the Stacys, will be a guest at the Dr. A. L. Rlst home during the days of the Jubilee, November 2, 3 and 5. Jerome E. Stacy Son-in-Law of Rev. Taylor Program The Gloria Patri. ; . ( : ;' Responsive Reading, psalm 84. P. 19. Hymn No. 36. Scripture. Prayer. • { / fr I Anthem, "O Be Joyful"—West, Choir "A Historical Sketch of the Church", 1 W. F. Walker. The Father Taylor Thank Offering. Offertory. Duet—"I Waited for the Lord"—Mendelssohn. Mrs. Herbst and Mrs. Palmer. Hymn No. 129. '; The Anniversary Sermon, The Rev. W. J. Suckow. Benediction. Postlude. . i i I (( •.'" ; '' Anniversary Program Sunday Afternoon at 2:45 Organ Recital Mrs. Sylvia Gunn "Prelude," Batiste. Piano and Organ Duet, "Fantasie," Damorest; Mrs. Rice at Piano invocation, The Rev. B. M. Southgate. „..; ij>Jje ; Anthem, "Awake, Awake"—Stelner, ohoir. Greetings from the Ministerial Association, The Rev. A. E. Hueser "Work of Pioneer Women in the Early church," Mrs. W. Parsons Hymn No. 130. The Anniversary Address, Harvey Ingham. Anthem, "Send Out Thy Light," Choir. "What of the Future," The Rev. J. R. Hoerner. Hymn No. 195. ; Benediction, Postlude. ( , ,' Social Tea Served by the Adult Bible Class Fred Deeg, .County Home Inmate, Dies Fred Deeg, inmate of the Kossuth county farm, died Monday, October 30, at the age of 76. Funeral services will be held for him from the Laird & McCullough funeral home chapel. Apparently he had no relatives or close friends and nothing is known about his past life. » Council Met The Algona city council met last Thursday passed numerous bills, and after a discussion on various subjects; adjourned. Baptist Church Arthur S. Hueser, pastor Sermon for Sunday morning at 11 o'clock will be entitled, "Saving the and for the evening service, "The Fruits of Godly Fear.". The choir will sing a special number in the morning and the orchestra will play in the evening. Sunday School at Id a. m. Young People's meeting at 7 p. m. Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Confidence Builders class Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. Now— 20 to 50 per cent from standard list on replacement parts for Ford or Chev. at any Gamble store. You can oiford to repair the old car at Gamble's parts prices. Hit by New Malady LuVerne: Andy Nelson, who was resting at the University of Iowa hospital after an operation for mastolds, has now developed spinal meningitis and Is seriously ill. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Wardrobe trunk, kitchen cabinet, floor lamp, larb mirror, smoking stand, stands, small rugs, quilts, silverware. Phone 131-J. 114 E. North St. 44 FOR SALE—Buick sedan. Cheap. —Mrs. J. J. McCall, 114 E. North St. Phone 131-J. 44 FOR SALE—$800.00 Baby Grand Piano, near Algona, like new, only $195.00 left to pay. Cash only. Write Critchett Piano Shop, Des Moines. | The Weekly Record | Algona, Markets Grain Corn, 2 white $.27% 2 yellow 27 2 mixed -26 4 white., yellow, (new) .. .22Vfe Oats 23% Hogs-Sows Hogs, 200-260 $3.50 Hogs, 260-300 3JO Hogs, 300-350 3.10 Packing Sows, 300-350 2.70 Packing Sows, 350-400 2.50 Packing Sows, heavy 250 Hogs, 140 3.00 Hogs, 160 3.10 Hogs, 180 3.30 Poultry and egg pricse due to a fluctuating market are not quoted this week. Cream 20c by Rev. W. H. Discher at St. Paul's Lutheran church at two o'clock and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery south of town. Besides her sorrowing parents she leaves to mourn her oss one sister, Linda, three brothers, Wilbur, Maynard and Melvin. Girl chums of the seventh and eighth grade were honorary pall bearers. They were Regina Frye, Helen Hahn, Gertrude Meyer, Norma Bell, Helen Ohm, Esther Holt, Vera Dau and Maxine Helmke. The active pallbearers were all cousins FOR SALE—Two year old Hampshire buck. Will trade for calf—D. L. MC- Arthur, Algona. 44-45* FOR SALE—Duroc spring boars, $8 and up, healthy and immune.—A. C. Carlisle, % ml. east of Whittemore. 44-45* All dressed up and ready to 30 i . The installation of the new fixtures for the downstairs store is now complete and stock is being arranged as quickly as is humanly possible. Fifteen men and women have been working day and night to effect this change with as little loss of time as possible. White we are not completely settled we welcome you to this refurnished and beautiful store which is now as modern and up to date as any in the entire state. Come in and look us over, meat as we are. You'll be as delighted with this improve- Ivvwuvvvw SHEEP FOR SALE—Solid mouthed western breeding ewes, 4 and 5 years old. On sufficient inquiries ewes will be brought to Algona for your inspection. Watch for later notice.—Howard Corwin, Rock Valley, Iowa. Phone 4F3. 43-44* Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tf Weather October 25 October 26, first trace of snow 48 October 27 38 October 28 69 October 29 74 October 30 80 High Low ..45 20 35 23 26 of the deceased, Walter and Alfred Bell, Alfred Meyer, Leonard Myer, Ervin Koehnecke and Rudolph Hanover. Out of town relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behrends of pomeroy, Iowa. The school children sang, 'Let Me Go," and the choir sang a German song. Rev. Discher gave & very fitting sermon for the occasion in both English and German. Anna Louise was a very kind, loving daughter and sister, and will be greatly missed by her parents and all who knew her. Church of Nazarene Church Appreciation Day will be observed in the 2,000 churches of the Nazarene church next Sunday, Nov. 5, and special services will be conducted locally, Rev. A. W. Irwin, states. The official beginning of the church was 25 years ago at Pilot Point, Texas, where the present organization waa formed. Since then, the church membership has grown to contain more than 100,000 names with about 3,600 ministers. 32 52 For Rent FOR RENT—partly modern 6 room house. $15 per month.—Mrs. J. J. McCall. 114 E. North St. Phone 131-J. 44 FOR RENT—Unfurnished 5 room modern duplex apartment. % block from Court House square. Inquire Harry V. Hull, Examiner in Charge Kossuth Co. State Bank. 41-tf October 31 ' 8 5l New Cases J. W. Haggard vs. J. Clyde Smith, Bertha L. Smith and M. J. Duffy, Oty. Treasurer. Equity foreclosure. Fidelity Acceptance Corp. vs. Kenneth L. Brayton, replevin law. New Auto Licenses J. w. Dorrance, Burt, "33 Plymouth sedan. T. W. Dennis, Burt, '33 Pontiac coach. Heal Estate Transfers. Owing to lack of space this week real estate transfers will be given next week. Wanted WANTED—Housekeeping job on farm by experienced and competent housekeeper.—Mrs. L. 8. Larson, 123 South Dodge St., Algona. 44* Lost-Found LOST—West of iown, a Boy Scout patrol first aid kit Has name on side. 44 TAKEN UP—Male hog. Owner identify and pay costs.—D. H. Wagner, Livermore. 43-46' Funeral Service* for Whittempre Girl Whittemore: Anna Louise Roeber, who died Thursday, October 26, was buried Sunday afternoon. She was operated on Thursday afternoon lor appendicitis but peritonitis set in. Anna Louise Roeber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wm. Roeber, was born May 12, 1881 in Whittemore, wliich has since been her home. When but a few days old she was baptized in the local Lutheran church by Rev. FavUstich. She received all her education from the Lutheran paKwhial school, where she was in the seventh grade. Funeral service* were conducted Sunday afternoon Statement of the IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA On call of the Superintendent of Banking October 25th, 1933 ' [Resources . . , Cash or Its Equivalent— ' United States Bonds $917,500.00 State and Municipal Bonds — 41,700,00 Cash and due from banks 535,977.79 $1,495,177.79 First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 92,554.64 Loans to customers : 224,023.93 Overdrafts — 26.15 Poor Fund Warrants 14.99 Banking House and Fixtures . 21,500,00 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 3,000.00 $1,836,297.50 Liabilities Capital Stock .......... - ___ ....... -. .......... ,--$ 50,000.00 Surplus _______ ..... - ........ -.. ............... „ 50,000.00 Undivided profits ----- .............. 34,498,83 Reserve for Purchase of Stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ---- ^,_^,_,-^_, ---- „. — .„., 4,000,00 DEPOSITS „ ................ *&*.„„ ......... 1,707,798.67 $1,836,297,60 A Sound and Liquid Bank ;

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