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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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BURTP.T.A.PR06RAMFORFR1DAY COMPLETE;SEVERALSPEAKERSLISTED Bust, Talks by Rev. Aten, Alice Eighme, Esther Hodgson Burt' The following program will be •Wen at the next meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association, November 9: fclano duet, Lucille Bewick and Vera Chlpman; influence of Books on Character, Rev. S. H. Aten; Good Books for SSnlor High School, Miss Alic<^me; Current Literature, Good or Bad, Miss Esther Hodgson; vocal duet, Mrs. oer- aid Brace and Norma Bettln. The Ladles' Aid plans to have a ba- caar and dinner November 24th. Dr. j. G. Olapsaddle was a dinner guest at the K. J. Smith home Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. 8. H. Aten attended a minsters' meeting at LuVerne on Tuesday. Mrs. Jessie Rowley of Mitchell spent last week here visiting at the Al Btean- le home. Mrs. Ed Thaves entertained the sewing circle at her home Thursday af- „.. . Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Olson Sunday. L. R. Daniels and daughter, Artlne were dinner guests Sunday at the Leo Brayton home. Hollia Trainer, who to employed by Des Molnes last week to visit at the R. j. orover home. Rev. and Mrs. 8. H. Aten and family attended the pageant at the Congregational church in Algona Tuesday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Haney entertained eiuht couples at a dinner party on Tuesday of last week. The evening was spent playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Leo i*ox and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Putz and their children called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Valentine Sunday. Mrs. Opal Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Frane, Dr. M. O. Bourne and R. B. Waller of Algona spent Sunday evening at the home of Dr. W. T. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rubey of Shenandoah have been visiting a brother Of Mr. Rubey In Minneapolis and were at the F. E. Rubey home the first of ternoon. Mr. and Old Man Winter seems to have wooped down on us with a vengeance jut it's too early In the season for him to stay. That sharp, cy wind makes a ellow keep close to the kitchen range as much as he can. Com picking in show on a cold day —no thank you! Some of the boys have a lot of pick- Ing to do—many will finish next week and some are the Hormel company, week of vacation. Is enjoying a Mrs. W. B. Brooke left Tuesday for Aberdeen, South Dakota, where she Will visit her sister. Mr. and Mrs. 'c. C. Smith were dinner guests at the Henry Guide home in Bancroft Sunday. Martin Qriese is having his house plastered at this time. W. T. Kennedy is doing the work. The choirs of the Methodist and Presbyterian churches have began work on Christmas cantatas. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gutknecht of Humboldt visited at the D. L. Godden home one day last week. Communion services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Three new members joined by letter. Mrs. D. F. Slaughter spent several days last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Peterson, at Rodman. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin Is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. Harry McMurray. Mrs. Elmer Kienltz and son, Donald of Lakota spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Allen. Arline Daniels spent the week end at the Leo Brayton home and attended the social at the central school house. Rev J. E. Clifton was a supper . . guest at the C. B. Chpman home. He came down from Armstrong to attend Masonic lodge. Mrs. Laura Paine and little granddaughter Suzanne Free of Algona spent Tuesday night of last week at the C. L. Phelps home. Miss Marie Grover accompanied Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace of Algona to A. N. Jensen of Lake Park called on friends here Wednesday. Mr. Jensen ran the hardware store here lor several years and made many friends while here. Mrs, Hammerstrum, who has been staying here at the home of her son, Russel and family the past year, left Sunday for Sioux City where ahe will visit a daughter. Mrs. Anna Stow has closed her home for the winter and has gone to the C L. Phelps home where she will stay for the winter. Mrs. Stow has not been as well as usual. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughters and Mrs. Gertrude Thompson drove to the Will Nelson home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Nelson Is the Janitor at Grant consolidated school. Seventeen ladles of Armstrong who were members of Mrs. C. B. Mitchell's Sunday School class spent one day last week here with Mrs. Mitchell when they held {heir social monthly meeting. Miss Gertie Bierstedt of Amboy Minnesota, was caller here last week by Bierstedt was called here last week by the Illness and death of her father Wm. Bierstedt. She is teaching schoo near Amboy. Monday was Mrs. Anna Stow's 80th birthday and on Sunday a party was given at the home of her daughter Mrs. C. L. Phelps. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs J. P. Stow, Mrs. Laura Paine ana Mr and Mrs. C. E. Moore and children. Miss Ruth Hodgson presented he piano pupils in a recital given at he home on Friday afternoon, Novembe 3rd. Those taking part were Mary Le Peters, Betty Bee Christensen, Margare Rlchmann, Merril Bacon, Lawrenc Chipman, Mary Ann Smith, Rutn Thompson, Dorothy McDonald ant- Ruth Reed. A social hour followed. Mr. and Mrs. Gunner Overgaard Mrs. Eckhart, Mr. and Mrs. Swan An derson of Wilmar, Minnesota, Mr. an Mrs. C. E. McDonald of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs. Earl Scnanor of Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald of Emmetsburg were out of town people to attend the funeral of little Perry McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald. KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS it* wm ttatttt. fawn fidttw B> wffl Battto, Pawn Will ttarrb through now. A fellow can't hunt pheasants until his com is picked. Peter Muller of whlttemore township s ail set for winter. The buildings on fcis place have been remoaeled and paim;ed. The barn is warm again, and he boys whistle as they go out to milk In the morning. P. F. immerfall, Will Arndorfer, Chas. Stuffllck and Bill Elch were warming their toes in the office of the St. Benedict elevator when I dropped In Tuesday afternoon. The old iron stove was red hot, and a few travelling salesmen stopped—each with a story to tell. The x>ys didn't get around to a card game, but there'll be a good one organized there almost any afternoon now. The boys spiel Sixty-Six as a general rule. Bill Elch played bridge Monday even- ng. He said he just couldn't draw the right cards. Better luck next time I Prank Weiner dropped In for a minute—just long enough to warm his fingers. Charlie Stuffllck took home a tew posts to repair a stretch of fencing. The annual pheasant war will open tomorrow, shot will be flying all wet the county. A «w 0* the haughty birds wfil hide in ditches and cornfield* -will escape the slaughters—will ton to re-populate their trite In ttow ft* the hunt next year. 1 do hope that the open season may close without the occurrence of a single, accident. There are plenty of birds for everyone—«- peclally in the north portion of the county. George Batt had tough luck Tuesday morning. He started to hitch his team to his wagon to go out after his first load of corn the day when one of the horses shied around and broke the tongue. That caused a long delay and George didn't believe he could pick his quota that day. George bangs abort 100 bushels per day on the average and feels that he has been loafing when he picks any less. George farms on the west edge of Cresco township. Leander Studer still has about 80 acres of his own corn to pick. Better get that machine Into those two forties before the snow begins to drift, fellow) Coming down from St. Paul Monday I drove through a blizzard for about 60 miles. Guesswork and luck are the big features of blizzard bucking It would seem. The five midwest governors didn't register much weight on their recent visit to Washington. The trip had many of the earmarks of a political publicity stunt behind the smoke screen of farm aid. Its an old game. Roosevelt Is doing all he can to pull us out of the hold. Wallace Is his agent, and F. R. stands behind him. had Fenton Home Talent Had Large Cast; Large Attendance Fenton: The Fenton Epworth League presented a three act comedy-drama, entitled, "Deacon Dubbs", at the Fenton opera house last Thursday evening. Their efforts were rewarded with a full house. Much of the credit for Its success is due to Mrs. A, H. Meyers, loader of the league, and Esther Smith, who coached them. The cast of characters were: Harold Geronsin, James Schwartz, Leo Kramer, Dale Weisbrod, Herschel Hartman, Ardis Volgt, Marjorie Bailey. Gladys Stoeber, Lola Warner Virginia Frank, Donna Jean Bailey, Ruth Glaus and Beatrice Kramer- Blanche Volgt, isabelle Weisbrod, Elwin Schlei, Harlan Kramer, John Baliey, Ralph Weisbrod, Wlllard Menz, Shirley Haase, Billy Mitchell, Junior Thesefleld, Duane Widdel, Margaret Reimers, Herbert Wallace and Warren Snyder. Between act specialties were instrumental duets by Mrs. C. L. Osborn and 'aullne Osborn, a vocal duet by ROb- rh Schwartz and Bernice Kramer, a monlogue by Milton Weisbrod and a kit "By the Waters of Minnetonka with Hazel Weisbrod representing the ndian girl and Harold Newel the In- lian boy, in a canoe. The chorus con- isted of Verabel Ulfers, Virginia Frank, Gladys Stoeber, Lola Warner, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod held a quilting party at her home last week Monday afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. On the Friday before she entertained at a similar party the following group: Mesdames Harvey Graham, Fred Ringsdorf, William and LeRoy Boettcher, all of Burt, Mrs. Chas. Schemmel of Ringsted and Mrs. O. H. Graham. While land values are at BOTTOM. Never before, In the his- orv of our country, have well improved farms been offered at such ,OW PRICES. We have never leard of any one losing money by mytng a good farm at $100.00 per acre or less. Have you? The purchasing power of your dollar has been lowered about 35 per cent in the past 4 months, and pro- jably will be lowered much more. Buy now before land values start to rise, in terms of dollar value. We have all kinds and sizes of farms which can be sold on most any reasonable terms. Many of tiiem are now financed with a long time 4% per cent loan. See TJs For Your Federal Land Bank Loan We also handle other Government Loans. McDonald & Co Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120 Mrs Arthur Greenfield has been on the sick list the past week and has been quite sick. Mrs. B. E. Saunders and Nell Wise were callers in Algona last week on Saturday afternoon. Arthur Grosenbach was entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday In honor of Russell Thorpe at the Thorpe home in Algona. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Nell were dinner guests at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Arch Burger and family near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and family of Woden were visitors Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mrs. Hindars mother, Mrs. Drusilla Noble Mr and Mrs. B. E. Saunders were Sunday dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sanders, niece, Mr. and Mrs Earl Stott and family near Titon- SWEA CITY NEWS %3%XOS0&^^ Mrs. R. A. Bravender spent the past week with relatives at Ames, Mrs. George K. Nelson win have charge of the annual Red Cross rol call this year. Axel Paulson is erecting a new dwelling house on the Haglund farm which he recently purchased. Mesdames W. O. Nelson and Augus; Peterson attended the W. R. C. convention at Emmetsburg Thursday. The Ray Johnson orchestra from ka. Mrs Lloyd H. Steven and little son Harvey Duane of Burt were visiting a the parental homes in and near Sex ton Wednesday and Thursday of las week. Mr and Mrs. Ollie Klrschbaum and family of near crystal Lake were Sunday visitors at the homes of their parents and brother, the Wm. and August Kirschbaums. A large number of friends gathered at the Clem Cunningham home last week Wednesday evening for an oyster supper. The evening was spent in play- |ing cards and visiting. The local church will begin next Sunday morning with Sunday School at ten o'clock and church services at eleven-fifteen. Everyone come to Sunday School at ten and stay for church services. Mrs. Helen Hedrick of Mason City was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick east of town and her children, Margaret, Esther and Howard Hedrick, who make , sabelle Weisbrod, Beatrice Bernice Kramer, Donna Jean Bailey, Ruth Glaus, Clauda and Blanche Volgt. The business manager was Rev. J.T. Snyder; lighting, Gerald Volgt; adver- Ising dommlttee, Marjorie Bailey and Ardis Voigt and prompter and stage manager, Mrs. A. H. Meyers. The W. R. Wolfes were entertained ,t the O. G. Schmidt home at Buffa- o Center Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Jentz and daughter of Colorado Springs, Colorado, visited last week at the Fred Jentz home. Mrs J C. Krause, Mrs. Don Allen and Ray Kresensky of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Walter Weisbrod home. James Schwartz returned last week Monday from a few days' visit with his Mother, Karl and his aunt, Edith Laage at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Helen Walters and daughter, Geneva of Whittemore, were visitors last week Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. H. Krause. Mrs Dorothy Gerhard entertained the New Deal bridge club last week Monday evening. Mrs. S. W. Meyer re- MRS. LOU RICKE LAD) TO REST IN WESLEYCEMETERY Young Woman, 24, Leaves Husband and Twin Children Wesley: Mrs. Lou ttlcke of Williams, who was Miss Ann oerleman before her marriage to Mr. Klckc In January, 1932, passed away at her home Tuesday night following ten Weeks of critical illness. Mrs. ttlcke, who was 24 years of age, leaves her young husband and twin daughters. Constance Lou and carmen Attn, who are a year old this month. Funeral services were held at Hampton Friday morning at 8 o'clock with burial taking place in the St. Joseph's Oatfcollo cemetery at Wesley a noon Friday. Mr. ttlcke Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ricke south of Wesley, and the Gerletnan family formerly lived between Lesley and St Benedict. Miss Alice Hill and Miss Dorothy Kraus spent Saturday at DCS Molnes visiting friends and shopping. Miss Garnet Adams of Brltt was a house guest at the Ernest Hutchln- son home from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer and son, Sterling Neal of Plover were guests Sunday at the home of his brother, J. T. Meurer. , Mtos Mildred Benton, primary teacher at Emmetsburg spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Mrs. Arlo Dawson and Mrs. Fred Dlekman were hostesses to the Metn- odlst Ladles' Aid at the Dlekman home Wednesday afternoon of this week. Miss Rose Ormsby who has been keeping house for her brother, Rev. Robert ormsby of creston, visited Wed. nesday In the home or her brother, John Ormsby. Mr and Mrs. Ed Studer have moved from their farm south of Wesley to their residence property In Corwith. Their son, Wilbur and family will occupy toe farm home. The Prank Conley family of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Erdmann and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz and Phillip Aman were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Kate Kennedy. Miss Verna Kerrlns Is out at the farm home of Mrs. Elizabeth Matern this week helping with household duties. Mrs. Matern for the past several weeks has not been In the best of health. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson and three daughters of Algona and Grandma Lease were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease J ..tte' occasion, being In celebration of-Soren's fourth birthday anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Curtis BeMiEln of Laurel spent Saturday and Sunday visit- of . e dtttHbutloB o not* «lflce the mtmth .ehoat day owing to the death of her a u n£ n. John Clary of Eldora. Mrs, Clary . who was In her seventies, and , of Mrs Hutchlnson's father, suffered a at lowock Saturday mornlng anTdied s^on after. were held Monday mornln* at Eldora. MrS' Alfred firdrnftntt entertained the membVrs of hsr Study Club at a regular meeting Thursday -«-t*mi. Roll call was answered by _ , ifrt prose quotation. The lesson on "Three Prose Writerh" was In charge ofM". George Aldrlch who gave a paper on Joseph Crosby Lincoln, James Nonnan Hall and Bess Streeter-Aldrich, Mid reviewed the book, "Marcla Mason's Lucky Star." Miss Arabell MoPherson celebrated her 73rd birthday tt ^?^ JT™;? which a group of her friends md not forget. Twenty ladles came e&wy.JS the evening to spend the hours with her and left as a reminder of OH! day several bouquets of flowers and.other gifts. Several musical numbera were to ail interested school during this week \s National Education is to be sent in to ]£••****, of the numUer of visitors and ,les. Those from a distance to attend funeral of their^relative " J Mend, Joseph f each si ftttt fofpwday, »»». 24 to f* t*«r«l V** and who w* , 3uried Tuesday included Mr. and M«. Dave Maag and Henry JWmfl« of Norway Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Amn Boa- dicker, Mrs. Matilda Maag, Mrs. Maty smith " watkins, callie Maag tot . given by Miss Evelyn Erickson and Mtos Arlene Haynes. The ladles brought well filled baskets of food which was enjoyed later In the evening. A married couples' dancing club has been organized in Wesley and they held their first dance party Thursday night at the lodge hall. There were 32 couples who responded to the written invitations sent out bv the committee In charge. A permanent committee consisting of John Hutchlnson, Henry Swanson, Henry Haverly and Dr. F. L. Adams was appointed to look after details for the coming dances which it is planned will be held every two'weeks. School Notes Members of the senior class enjoyed "senior day" at Mason City Tuesday of this week with Miss Helen Reimer, prlncpal, as cbaperone of the class. The basketball schedule has been completed and the games In which the ocal teams will compete nromlse an nterestlng series of basketball games. The towns with which they will play nclude Renwlck, Whittemore, Sacred Heart of Pocahontas, Titonka, St. Ceella of Algona, Whittemore academy, Tama, Mr. and Wffs. Vin«nt K»|*» and Irene of Oresco, Mrfc CMolWe Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. George Friminl, Mr. and Mrs. Gahnke of Marengo, and, Mrs. Lucy Brabec of Burham, Mton. The Albert Ogrem Arrive in San Antone A note from Albert Ogren to thte paper nays that h« and hto wife armed saf el/ in san Antonio, Texas, Hov- Imbtr 3, and were getting wtUed to their cottage at QttttOBOmaAik-ngt cottage Is close to the celebrated Brackenridge golf course and it la expected that j share of his favorite sport. ceived travel prize. Mrs. Charles Glaus and daughter, their home with their uncle and aunt WWW, White's Grocery Week End Specials ORANGES, large size, dozen __ BACON, squares, pound _— Sweet Potatoes, 5 pounds Dried Peaches, 2 pounds -------Toilet Paper, 1000 sheets, 3 for_ 1 Q{» 1 1 p * 1V COFFEE, >!0 r Peabcrry, 3 Ibs. __^« M Cranberries, 01 n fancy, 2 Ibs * 1V COOKIES, 9Q r fancy, 2 Ibs. *"'*' Rice Flakes, OC r Jack Sprat, 3 for **»'*' Calumet B. Pwdr. OC C one cake Choc, ^* 0 *" Don't Forget Pancake Day, Nov. 25th. IVilO. vy*»*""-t> ------- . »*«! Alice Mrs. John Gramenz and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf spent Friday with Mrs. Donovan Brown at Estherville. Mr and Mrs. Louis Wegener, Mrs. wm 'Punk and Mrs. Winfred Sigsbee of Algona visited last week Wednesday wtlh Mrs. Chris Widdel, who is ill. The women's Foreign Missionary society met last Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church parlor ' w«h M». C. G. Humphrey and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod hostesses. Mrs T O. Hanson and daughter 01 Bode visited last wee*, with the former's sister, Mrs. Nels WUberg and h« brother, Hans Jensen, who is ill at his home near Seneca. Mrs. F. H. Eigler and son, Paul, and Mrs F. P. Newel were Algona visitors last' Thursday. Margaret Stephenson accompanied them home and attended the Epworth League play that evening. The George Wilsons, George Geronsin of Armstrong,, Mrs. Fred Geronsin of Minneapolis, Mrs. Julia Truckemll- ler and Elinor Geronsin of Sibley were six o'clock dinner guests at the C. H. Geronsin home Friday. The Mesdames W. J. Weisbrod, E. C. Weisbrod, J. T. Snyder. R. O. Oeotjch and Don Weisbrod and daughter, Anna BBC attended a quilt show Saturday afternoon a t Ringsted sponsored by the women of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Herman Luedtke arrived home last week Tuesday evening by train from Pasadena, California, where she has spent the past two and one-half months with her cousn, Mrs. Fred Behnke and other relatives and friends all former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel and Haze' Weisbrod went to Waldorf, Minnesota Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson and family They attended the senior clas play at Waldorf in the evening, Mrs Newel's sister, Helen being a membe. of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller entertained at nine tables of five hundred at their home Sunday evening in honor of their tenth wedding anniversary. Mrs. William Miller wen high prize for women and Mrs. A. H. Hanna, the low. Walter Jentz won high for the men Buffalo Center played for a new and old time dance at the opera house on Thursday night. The Tllton-Guthrle players played to two capacity audiences on Saturday night. The merchants are sponsoring the night shows. ( Mr. and Mrs. John Speicher, pioneer residents of Grant township, who in later years moved to Fairmont, Minnesota, will celebrate their golden wedding at Fairmont November 7. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanson and family have moved into the Harry Kruse residence which was occupied by the H. T. Winter family who moved into the apartments over the Winter drug store. Fifty members of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary attended the annual Hallowe'en party at the Legion hall Tuesday evening. High score in bridge was won by Mrs. Helen Nelson and Henry Myhr. Alvin Ewing, son of Mrs. Wm. Ewing was married the past week to Miss Ernma Jensen of Lakota at Blue Earth, Minn, by Rev. J. W. Taylor. At present they are living with the groom's mother. Friends extend congratulations. Many reservations for pheasant hunting season privileges have been made here. The northern part of Kossuth county is becoming well known as a good hunting territory as the same group of hunters come back annually from the southern part of the state. The third division of the Methodist church, known as Mrs. T. F. Johnson's division, are sponsoring a "Hobo" party to be held at the basement of the church on Thursday evening, NOV. 16. Mrs. Paul W. Larson is chairman and ing at the home of hef parents, Mr, and Mrs. William HUtchinson. Mr. Benskln returned home Sunday night, leaving his wife btire for a longer visit with her folks. Services at tjfe Methodist church will be held at ten o'clock in the morning from now 06 instead of at 11, to enable Rev. JMcNulty to be present for 11 o'clocto^ preaching services at Sexton. Sunday school will be .held imme- dia teljrWUo wing 1 church ; «erylces, >,-• Mr. ancf Mrs. Lee Ricke' and family of Morgan, l Mton., Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Ricke \and family of Williams Iowa, were here Friday to attend the burial of their^glster-ln-law, Mrs. Lou Ricke who was buried in the St. Joseph's catholic cemetery Friday noon. The Bed Cross membership drive will be sponsored locally by bhe Amerl- will spend a good this winter at bl» ikenrldge links are usually the scene\*,ih.e .Texas open golf tournament, and all crt ^^emoi 111 golfers of the country play therff l»ring the winter. LONG'S FOOD SHOP Brooms, good __—29c Cherry Chocolates Ib 23c Limited number of both Plenty of pork sausage, per pound 10c Farm Sale Jhursday, Nov. 16 Starting at 1 p. m. sharp On the Eoy Osborn farm, 5*4 miles west of Bancroft, 2% miles east of Seneca Consolidated school, 51/2 miles north of Lone Bock and % mile west, or 6'miles south and 1% miles west of Swea City. 3 HEAD OF HORSES 3 32 HEAD OF CATTLE 32 Including ten milk cows, mostly high grade Short- hojrns, 11 head yearlings, |Q sjpring calves, cow vjith by side. " ' Mrs H. Knutson and Mrs. T. F. Johnson are assistants. Prizes for costumes will be given. A one act comedy "Hiring a Cook" will be presented by Mesdames Hermie Knutson, E. L. Hanson, H T Winter, G. B. Pearson, Loyal GiUch, Roy Valvick and Miss Iva Moats. Hard time refreshments will be erved. Mesdames H. Berggren, F. ayers, L. O. McNeill, F. McGregor, re on the menu committee, Mrs. H. Ditsworth, Mrs. P. W. Larson, and Mrs. George Gale on the advertising. The eneral public is invited. 1 and Charles Newel, the low served Refresh- REPORT OF AFFILIATE OF A MEMBER BANK MADE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE BANKING ACT OF 1933 Report as of October 25, 1933, of Algona Cattle Loan Company, Algona, Iowa, which, under the terms of the Banking Act of 1933, is affiliated with Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa, Federal Reserve District Number 7. Function or type of business: Cattle Loans in season. Manner In which above-named organization is affiliated with member bank, and degree of control: Stock of Algona cattle Loan Co., owned by Iowa State Bank, Algona. Directors of cattle Loan company are Directors of Iowa State Bank, Algona. Financial relations with bank: Stock of affiliated bank owned, None. Stock of other banks owned, None. Amount on deposit in affiliated bank, $65.60. Loans to affiliated bank, None. Borrowings from affiliated bank, None. Other information necessary to disclose fully relations with bank: See above I, R. H. Miller, Vice president of Algona cattle Loan company, dp solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and R. H. MILLER. Sworn to and subscribed before me thla 3rd day of November, 1W8. « ANNA BUSS, Notary SPECIALS Pineapple, sliced 10 r plantation, large 2% can 1OV Coffee, pea berry, Ib Med. Br. Sugar 2 pounds Large Lima Beans 1Q r 2 pounds '• Uv Not just as good but better Frute Gel, C r Per package ***» Hallowii Dates, OC r New crop, 2 pound bag .. fcwi» Citron, lemon, orange Asstd. Peels, O r '/4 Ib. carton •'*' Robb-Ross Angel Food Cake Flour, OJ.P per nkg Ait V Peanut Butter, OQ r Superb, Quart Jar t*i/\» Pork & Beans, 1A r Large No. 2% can A V v Golden Amber Syrup 5 pound pail 25c 10 pound pail 45c Post Bran Flakes _Q r per package &** Toilet Soap, Vogue Hardwafer, bar 28 HEAD OF HOGS 28 Chester Whites, all vaccinated. _ FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY Including John Deere 8 ft. hinder, Farmers' Friend 40 ft. elevator, two-row Hummer cultivator, Independent six-foot mower, two John Deere single- row cultivators, surf ace cultivator, King and Hamilton seeder, 8-inch International grinder, Sattley 124nch gang, single plow, Litchfield manure spreader, two wagons, one narrow tire with box, other without box, hay rack, John Deere 9-ft disc. Lennox three H. P. gas engine, six inch drive belt, 50 ft. long, four-section drag and other articles too numerous to mention. _ ^ _ TERMS — Cash. No property removed until settled for. See your banker. N. L. 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