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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 16,1933 Further Township Training School Work Is Underway Harrison-Swea; Portland- Burt; Plum Creek Hold Meetings SPRINGFIELD AND HEBRON ALSO MEET Seventeen project leaders of Harrl. ion and Swea townships met at the home of Mrs. Floyd Treat for an all day meeting on Tuesday, November 7. The second project lesson, "Home Sanitation and Home Safety" was stu- oled. one of the interesting phases of the lesson was a study of bacteriology and Its relationship to problems. rural home The organization for Swea township was completed. New officers for the coming year are': township chairman, Mrs. Jay Larson; publicity chairman, Eunice Jensen; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Emli Larson. Swea township's first community meeting of the new year will be held Tuesday evening, November 21 in the Swea community haU. Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend these com• munlty meetings. Those present for the second project on November 7 were: Mrs. Frank Isaaceon, Mrs. H. W. Llnde, Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. jog. M. Dye, Mrs. J. H. Warner, Mrs. Merton Roalson, Hazel McGregor, Mrs. Dlttmer Thompson, Eunice Jensen, Mrs. John Jonpberg, Mrs. S. V. Carter, Mrs. Harold Roba, Mrs. J. J. Anderson, Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. F. G. Torine, Muriel Leayerton, H, D. A,, and the hostess, Mrs Floyd Treat. * • • Portland-Bart Townships Meet Portland and Burt townships met at the home of Mrs. M. O. Richards of Burt township for an all day train- In e school on Wednesday, November 8. Fifteen leaders and two visitors were present. "Home Sanitation and Home Safety" was studied. A study In bacteriology was one of the especially Interesting phases of the lesson. Special stress was placed on the relationship of quality by-products were discussed at length because of the Importance of the dairy industry In Kossuth county. Compare The Plymouth With any other car in the Low Price Field. That's all <we ask. * . ELBERT Garage Dodge & Plymouth The third lesson, "Laundry Problems and Equipment" will be Riven December 13 at the home of Mrs. Tony Jandi of Portland township. Those present Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Richards were: Mrs. E. H. Staley, Edna Staley, Mrs. Carl Bahling, Mrs. F. L. Ryerfcon, Mrs. Earl Reed, Mrs. A. G. Valentine, Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Mrs. George Gray and Mrs. M. O. Richards of Burt township and Mrs. S. M. Peterson, Mrs. Hans Koestler, Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Mrs. W. O. Stott and Mrs. E. B. Dlttmer of Portland township, also the H. D. A. Quests present were Mrs. John Avers of Greenfield, Iowa, guest of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Bahling and Mrs. W. L. Bllsbor- oueh, Fenton. euest of her daughter, Mrs. M. O. Richards. Mrs. Howard Seely Plum Creek Hostess Plum Creek project leaders met at the home of Mrs. Howard Seely for their first meeting on Thursday afternoon, November 9. Lesson one, "House Cleaning Up to Date," was studied and plans for organization made. Community meetings were discussed. It is the county goal this year to have a series of at least four community meetings in each township having project activities. Those present besides the hostess, Mrs. Howard Seely and tbe H. D. A., who gave the lesson, were: Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald, Elsie Wlllrett, Mrs. Ethel Gardner, Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mrs. Forbus SUHzt Mrs. Claude iSCely, Mrs. Agnes Seely and a guest, Mrs. Laura. Long of Estherville. • * » Hebron and Springfield Townships Held Meeting Lesson one, "House cleaning Up to Date" was given at the home of Mrs. C. L. Elchorn, for Hebron and Springfield townships at an all day meeting on Friday, November 10. Tentative organization plans for both townships were made. The second lesson will be studied on Friday, November 24, at the home of Mrs. B. F. Sharp of Springfield at an all day meeting. All interested women of both townships are cordially invited to attend. Those present Friday in addition to four visitors and the H. D. A. were: Mrs. Ray Eichorn, Mrs. Grant Baldwin, Mrs". Geo. Wicks, Mrs. Ray Vrooman, Mrs. Henry Schaumburgh and Mrs. C. L. Elchorn. Plans are also being: made to organize a girls' 4-H club for the 1934 Canning Project. About 200 Seeking Home Loan Corp. Aid Between 100 and 200 applications from this county have been received by the Home Owners Loan Corporation, it was reported here this week. E. J. Murtagh, Kossuth county appraiser, has been requested to appraise about 30 of these applications to date, he stated. As collateral for loans, the Recon- structlon. Finance Corporation will accept Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds without requiring diversity of collateral when they fare offered toy re-» Titonka High School Carnival Thursday Was Well Attended Titonka: The high school carnival was well attended Thursday night. Between forty and fifty dollars was cleared which Will be used for the athletic association. The team" room cleared twenty-five dollars clear alone doing real well. The main features were the Junior high play, minstrel show, basket ball game, after which was the free raffle donated by the business men. Tills was frl-'owed by a wrestling match. There were various sMe shows. The prices were very reasonable and lr> better times much more would easily have been cleared. Howard French was In Swea City Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe were Algona callers Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Helfner took their Infant son to the hospital at Mason City last Monday to be examined. Mrs. Stephen DeFries entertained the Wednesday dinner bridge club the past week. The Homer Downs were high and the Roy Budlongs low. Wilbur Oodfredson and Gene Beenken left for Caledonia, Minn., Friday after a four day leave from the reforestation camp located there. Carl Callles took his father, Ed Cal- lles to a hospital at St. Paul Thursday. Mr. Callles has been suffering quite some time with arthritis. May Budlong of Waterloo and Hazel Budlong of Hampton spent the week end visiting with their mother, Mrs. J. J. Budlong and other relatives. Mr. und Mrs. William Boyken drove to Manly Friday to meet their son, Eddie, who spent the week end with them. Eddie attends college at Decorah. Dr. H. I. Torgerson and Mrs. John Wilson drove to Mason City Tuesday to bring Mr. Wilson home from the hospital where he has been since Sunday. Albert Meyer and J. F. Fisher arrived In California Thursday noon. Mr. Fisher is at San Jacinto visiting his wife who went out there earlier In the iall. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Goodwin and son, Russell of Baxter, Iowa, arrived Friday at the L. C. Heifner home where they made headquarters while hunting pheasants. Leslie Boggess, brother-in-law of Mrs. M. S. Craven, arrived Wednesday from Estherville. Mrs. Craven returned home with him Thursday for a short visit with friends and relatives. Wesley Armistice Program Attended By Capacity Crowd Wesley: Mrs. K. R. Rowley, Americanism chairman of the American Legion Auxiliary, directed an Armistice Day program at the public high school Friday. Her program consisted of audience singing, an Armistice Day poem by Mrs. Leo Bleich, dedicated to the boys in the community who gave their lives in the cause of democracy; namely, Fay Andrews. Julius Wolf, Dan Studer, Edward Ricke, Lawrence Burke, Michael Goetz, and Leo Breen; a solo "Story of Old Glory," by Mrs. Rowley, and remarks on the duties of true citizens by Supt. K. R. Rowley. Her program was very well received and applauded. Mrs. Bertha Skow of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, is here visiting in the homes of Ole Flom and various Skow families. Harry Hauptly was reported to be ill over the week end and confined to his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hauptly. Gordon Kunz and a boy friend of Des Moines spent the week end here visiting his mother, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz and other relatives. Supt. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley entertained her brother, Charles Jobes and three friends of Atlantic at then- home Friday and Saturday. Dr. and nnd Mrs. C. J. Primislng of Melvln spent the week end here visiting at the home of Mrs. Primising's relatives, the Materns. Banns for the approaching marriage of Miss Hertula Wolf and Clalr Wlngert were announced at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and family of LuVerne and the Al Wagner family of Corwlth were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt Sunday. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, born to them Wednesday of last week was brought to holy baptism on Sunday and received the name of Philip Aloysius. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wingert were sponsors. FENTON MAN, 76, BURIED MONDAY; IMMIGRATED TO U.S. BACK IN 1857 August Simbill Passed Away on Friday; Three Children Survive Mr, and Bill Lyons of Des Moines scent from Friday until after the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno. Incidentally, Mr. Lyons spent some of his time pheasant hunting. A group of Methodist Ladles Aid members are making preparations for a Thanksgiving dinner to be given to the public at the church basement on Saturday night, November 18th, beginning at 5:30 o'clock. Miss Margaret Looft, home economics instructor, and her class in domestic science, entertained the members of the faculty and school board and their wives at the annual banquet Tuesday evening of this week. Prof. Rierson of the Bible Institute and Academy of Minneapolis, together with a quartet of boys from the school, will conduct morning services at the oeivgrs, liquidaUngr^-banka; una vators of banks and by insurance companies and building and loan associations which ahve acquired such bonds in the due course of business. The corporation will for the present, assign a loan value of 80 per cent of par to such bonds. Finger Cut Off Del Mahan received a severe injury to a flnger on his right hand lost week when the flnger was cut off In a door at the Deldutch Service Station. Del was around this week, but the Injury must be anything but pleasant. We do our own Lens Grinding- DR. F. E. SAWYER. Opt. Anon*. iow». TELEPHONE 1 hrouqht her home A little girl who started out one evening to aee "the babjr pigs" wandered from home and became loat. Her mother telephoned for aid... telephone operator* tnnunoned wen with lantern*... and at four in the morning, the men brought the little girl iftfe to her moiher'i arm*. How vital it U to your peace of mind to know that la any emergency your telephone wUl bring help quickly. 4*ORTNWSSTSftN Bilk TiUPHONi COMPANY J Mrs. Horace Schenck has been teach- congregatl onal church here next Sun- ing the fourth grade this week In the ^av at eleven o'clock, place of Miss Lillian Crone who re- oay Bt elcven turned to her home in Hampton the first of last week ill with the flu. Many friends here received invitations to attend a miscellaneous shower Thursday afternoon November 9th at Rolfe, Iowa, In honor of Mrs. Lee Struthers, who was formerly Miss Hilda Poulsen of ^Tltonka, , Mrs. B^R.-Horrte of Hampton oponfr the week end visiting with her mother, Mrs. Phil Buffington. Her husband, who has been visiting a couple of weeks at the Buffington home returned with her Sunday to Hampton. Mary Helen Fallows, West Union, Clayton Schreiner, Oelweln and clay- ton Peterson attending Upper Iowa University spent the week end visit- Ing Ardith Nauman at Titonka and Mr. Peterson's folks at Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French had as their guests Fridap and Saturday four couples, the Everett Hoovers, Paul Engels and Kenneth. McKays of Cedar Rapids and the George Stakes of Williamsburg, also Wendell French of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brown and son of Waterloo spent the week end at the Dr. H. H. Murray home. The S. P. Powers family spent Sun- dav with the Ditsworth family west of Bancroft. Mrs. E. £. Grabau and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were.,Algona visitors last Mon- dav afternoon, Virgil Smith and Wilbur Hassebrock were home from Dubuque to spend the week end. They returned Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. Huenhold of Algona were here last Sunday attending the mislson festival at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball and Wm. Clemans were entertained at dinner Sunday at the E. R. worley home. Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop and daughter, Irene from between Titonka and Woden, were here Saturday evening visiting relatives. The basketball games played at the school building last Friday evening between the school school and Leland, were won bv the home team the score being 22 to 5. The Presbyterian Aid will meet this week Thursday at the church parlors. The hostesses are Mrs. J. E. Smith, Mrs. Wm. Turley, Mrs. E- J. Woodworth and Mrs. Wade Ball. The Mesdames J. E.- Ukena, Peter Bruer, Ed Underdahl, R. E. Hamquist and Wade Ball attended the Legion Auxiliary meetimr at Buffalo Center last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith of Fort Dodge spent the latter part of the week here visitlne at the O. R. Smith and W. E. Lev homes. Albert also took in the pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geieel and Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson were un from Algona on Sundav and attended the program put on bv the vnung people at the Presbyterian church. Julius Thaves, accompanied bv his brother-in-law and two friends all of Madrid spent Frldav and Sa^urdav here luin'lnpr. and vlsltlm* with the Thaves sisters and Lou Thaves. Julius is a cousin of the Thaves. Vera. the vounuest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry OlthofT. fell while play- Iner at school and broke her wrist on the left arm. It caused her consifler- able naln Vm l .«-he is eettine alon<* nicely now under the care of Dr. Williams, Mrs. M. Kent of Cedar Rantds BT'-IV- ed here one day last we*k nnH '« vis- ing her sister. 'Mrs. O. R. Smith. Mrs. Kent's son. Frank arwl his rtauwMer and son-in-law of Cedar Rapids we-"* B i<:n cruets at the Smith home one day i it week. I day Mr. and Mrs. Ole Flom and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and family, Mrs. Bertha Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson and Grandma Skow were entertained Sunday at the home of Mrs. Silas Skow. Mrs. John Amesbury entertained the members of the Study club Thursday afternoon. .The: lesson oh Poetry, was in charge of Mrs. A. M'. 'I/ease, who chose for her topic Modern Negro Poetry. Mrs. Amesbury served a very fine lunch. The Fairmont cream station which suffered part ruination a few months ago through the fire caused by the explosion of a kerosene stove, is to be repaired and will again be used in the conducting of their business under the management of Ed Monson. Joe Matern, local Legion commander, George Aldrich, Halver Flom, Jr., E. M. Huber and L. L. Lease attended ,he annual stag supper given by the Legion post at Algona for ex-service men of Kossuth county, Saturday night n observance of Armistice Day. Those from Wesley who attended the quarterly meeting of the Auxiliary on Tuesday at Burt Included Mrs. Halver Flom, Jr., Mrs. H. H. Flom, Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter, Mrs. J. L. Studer, Mrs. George Aldrich, Mrs. L. L. Lease and the Misses Hertula and Laura Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich enter- mined the members of their evening jridge club Friday night and had in Drogress three tables of bridge with 3r. and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter, guests of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Loebig received the high family prize with the second high going to Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson. Fenton: August Simbill passed away at his home Friday, Nov. 10, after an illness of many months. He was born In Thuron, East Prussia, Germany on Nov. 17, 1857. He would have reached his 76th year had he lived until Nov. 17 of this vear. He was baptized and confirmed fn the Lutheran faith in his youth. In 1881 he immigrated to Am- orlca with his parents, and settled In Grover Rentz. Texas. In 1883 he was united in mar- | rlage to Maria Markorzles. Five children were born to this union, two of whom proceeded the parents in death. After the death of his wife, Mr. Sim- bill moved to Fenton, where he has since resided. He is survived by his two sons, Oscar of Chicago, and An;on of California and one daughter, Elizabeth of Chicago. Funeral services were held from the St. John's Lutheran church at two o'clock Monday afternoon, the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz in charge of the services. Burial was made In the church cemetery north of town, Mrs. Richard Volgt and children of Welcome, Minn., visited Fenton relatives Sunday. Lottie Hawcott of Burt visited from Monday until Wednesday of last week at the S. E. Straley home. W. R. Wolfe, S. E. Straley and E. C. Fauerby attended a Legion meeting at Algona' last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and their children of Swea City were entertained at (he Dr. J. T. walte home Sunday. Mrs. W. V. Yager was hostess to her sewing circle last, week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Amos Flnnestad was a guest of the club. Mrs. Charles- Newel entertained her bridge club Saturaay afternoon. Mrs. Henry Schulte won the travel prize and Mrs. F. P. Newel the consolation prize. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Wlddei of Madelia, Minn., spent the day, Sunday visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mis. Chris Widdel and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Green of Aleona visited Sundav at the Earl Dean home. Mr. Stumbo has been ill for several months with malta fever. . Mrs. C. J. Schauger of Waterloo and Mrs. T. O. Hnnsen pf Bode were guests last week Tuesday at the home of their rlster, Mrs. Nels Wllberg. They came to attend the funeral of their brother, Hans Jensen. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod was hostess to the Hook and Needle club last weeK Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. O. H. Schmidt of Bancroft, a former member of the club, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod were guests of the club. Mrs. G. W. Newel was hostess to a eroup of six friends last Thursday. The afternoon was spent in sewing. Attending were the Mesdames S. E. Straley, James Mueller, F. H. Bonn, S. W Meyer, O. H. Graham and Geo. Boettcher. The town council met last week Monday nieht. F. J. Weisbrod resigned as fire marshal and H. J, Reeder was appointed to fill that office. An inspection tour was ordered In the business district for defective chimneys o- other fire hazards. A large crowd attended tbe P. T. A meeting held in the hlsli school auditor turn last week Tuesday evening. Th • 'esented by a mlxe HT. oraham, Mrs. I Flying Rock Does Damage to LuVerne Folks Last Week LuVerne: Tuesday when Jess Llnde- bak and family were on their way to Ellsworth a rock was thrown through the windshield by a passing car and hit Mrs. Ferne Neal in the face bruis- her face and also cutting the ear of Mr. Neal. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sublett of Adair visited the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Caldwell of ivermore spent Sunday at the Hugh aldwell home. Miss Ruth Llohty of Des Moines pent the week end with her parents, Or. and Mrs. J. L. Llchty. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and son, Immy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. . F. Felt at Wesley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowmlller and son, loyd returned home Thursday from a wo weeks visit' with relatives in south akota. The Larkin club met Friday with Jrs. Ed Lenz. There were eleven mem- •era and three guests present. Lunch as served by the hostess. Mrs. Ida Wolln and daughter, Inez program ws$- pn chorus, MrsTO. •'. Read the U. D. M.-R. Want Ado, A. Weisbrod, Rev. J. T. Snyder, and Mrs, Donald Weir of Burt. The Mesdames Kate Newel, Chris Ruske, W. J. Weisbrod, J. F. Newel W. E. St°eber, Charles Newel, F. P Newel, F. J. Weisbrod. Carrie Voleht. Samuel Warner and W. R. Wolfe went to a miiltine bee at the F. E. Weisbrod home .in Emmetsburpr last Thursday. The Mesdames F. C. ElMer, R. O. Goetsch, F. P. Newel and F. J. Weisbrod were lolnt, hostesses at seven tab- es of bridge last week Tuesday afternoon at the former's home. Mrs. O. H. Geronsin won high prize, Mrs. S. W. Mever second high and Mrs. Everett Dreyer received the consolation prize. Irene Newel was hostess to three tab- es of bridge Saturday evening. M. E. Otterness won hieh score for the men and Frances Bailey hieh for the women. Paul Elaler received the consola- lon prize. Allene Hostetter, a teacher at Belmond, received a euest prize. Others present were Elsie Kohlwes, A. H. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Rav Stocber, . and Mrs. F. P. Newel and Wilfred Stoeber. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and Mrs. F. C. McWhorter attended a county auxiliary unit meeting at Burt last week Tuesday afternoon. Fenton was presented with a framed patriotic picture which will be hung in the Legion rooms as a reward for Over the Top membership. In the membership drive Fenton placed third in the state and second in the county. A similar meeting will be held in Fenton Tuesday in February, 1934. Buy Your Winter's Supply of Coal Now You Will Save Money By Doing So. Every customer of ours receives full weight, prompt service and maximum heat units in his coal. Coal varies in quality like everything else, and therefore it is of utmost importance that you placo your order where you can be sure of full measure, quick service and high heat value. Anderson Grain Phone 308. Coal Co. Algona, Iowa. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Yohn of Lake Mills, Wlscoasln, came Friday for ft visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dehnert. Mr. and Mrs. De Rae Godfrey had a* dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson and Lot* Jean. The J. J. club entertained their husbands Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Archie sanford. progressive rook was played. John parrell won the travel prize, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider the family, prize and Harry Llchty the chair prize. Refreshments were served. H. N. Kruse Iowa State Bank Building. Insurance Loans Surety Bonds Ask Us About Our Aetna Accident Tickets "Insure In Sure Insurance" Phone 125. Round Up Final round up of old prices at Neville's Shoe Store. Sell as you buy is my motto. Goods that were bought at old prices should be sold at old prices. I have kept the faith with my customers and on account of early buying of large quantities of winter footwear and clothing, am still offering some wonderful bargains and saving my friends a lot of money. This can not go on much longer for prices are advancing rapidly. The stock is getting lower and some lines will have to be replaced. New buying will be a different story. After Dec. 1st, I have no promises to make as regards price. Now is your time and I am asking you to come and take advantage of the bargains I am handing out while I am able to supply your wants. It seems unfair for merchants to ask high prices until farmers get more for their produce. There are two sides to every question, your side and the other fellow's side. In selling goods I have always been able to see the other fellow's side as well as my own. The farmer is the under dog Just now and he is being ground between the millstones of taxation on one side and promises on the other. It Is a mighty poor time to ask him high prices for what his family needs. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN .ALGONA, IOWA. NOW IMPROVED IMPROVED IMPROVED IN PERFORMANCE IN APPEARANCE IN CONSTRUCTION FINER BY FAR THAN EVER BEFORE Iry one washing in this Maytag and you'll know why it's called the world's finest washer. It will cost you nothing to make the trial. 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