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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 18,1938 RAISING MONEY FOR BURT BOOKS Women's Groups Offering Novel Ways of Aiding Library Fund Burt: At the last meeting of the Woman's club the members were divided Into four groups for the purpose of raising funds for the lib- r&ry. Each group was to use what- '«»er means it wished in bringing in funds. On Saturday evening of last Week Mrs. Glenn Anderson gave a bridge benefit, the first of events to ,»« held. On Thursday afternoon the third group entertained at a "galloping tea" at the home of Mrs. A. H. Menizer. About thirty attended. Guests Included the Mesdames J. H. Schroeder, Floyd Duncan, G. P Hawcott, Ben Bahling, Milton Marlow, Roy Ringsdorf, Earl Miller, I. W. Hanson, Chas. Scott, Paul Dett- «ian, Elza Woltz, Geo. Koestler, Jas. Chrlstensen, Al Staehle, J. T Heaney, E. E. Paine, G. W. Patterson, W. A. Stoutenberg, Grace Watkins, L. E. Roetman, and Jennie Thompson and Selina Clifton. A number of others, who were unable to come contributed a quarter. Farmers Are Moving Moving has begun among the farmers. Last week the John R. Jacobs family moved to Austin, Minn., and the farm vacated by them will be occupied by a Black family from Sexton. The Albert Wlbbens, who have been living on the J. K. Hansen farm have moved to the Chris Godfredson farm. The Elmer Hansens who have been living near Algona, will move there. The Oscar Riddles will move to tho farm vacated by the Hansens. Old Resident Die* Richard Manus, brother of H. W. Mantis, and a former Burt resident, died at his home at Bertha, Minn.. a week ago Saturday and funeral services were held Wednesday. Mr. Manus had been with his brother for several days before his death. He is survived by his wife anil three daughters. Mrs. Frank Bahling is confined to her home by sickness. Frances Vaughn spent the week end with her parents at Rolfe. Mrs. R. S. John entertained the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas was hostess to the sewing circle Thursday afternoon. The Home Guards met with their leader. Lurena Wessel Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, John, Sarah and Ruth visited at Hopkins. Minn., last Wednesday. Denton Thaves was operated on at the General hospital In Algona ast Wednesday for appendicitis. E. H. Pannkuk went to Des VToines last week Tuesday, where he is taking treatment at the Vetran's hospital. Mm Ray Prlngle and little daughter went to Greene Wednes day to visit until Monday with Mrs Prlngle's mother. Mrs. Henry Meier entertained a 1 a shower Friday afternoon for her daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Haack, who was married a few weeks ago. Will Ringsdorf went to Harrison Arkansas, a week ago Wednesday to spend the winter months with his daughter, Mrs. Geo. White. Gardner Patterson, who Is a stud- News Items ofFenton Vicinity Who Is Boss I hear some fellow bragging about being boss at home. He may think he is but ninety-nine times out of a hundred the wife really is the boss. When it comes to running things at home he is just a dirty deuce in a new deck. A good woman Is the bell cow in our modern civilization. Her way Is the right way. It Is the only way to get along. It Is agalnet the law to have two wives. That is a wise law for no man can serve two masters. I belong to the Order of United Husbands, we meet whenever we get permission from our wives to do so. Women are like the sales tax, they get you coming .and going. It Is all Jurt human nature and the more huinSn we are the greater the Joy of living. This makes 47 years of double harness. We have had pur ups and downs, joys and sorrows side by each. Years have rolled away, But she is just as dear today As when the might y organ Played "Oh Promise Me." At home I am as meek as ft lamb, but at the store I am cold-blooded. You see I was born in the winter. One thing sure I am making some cold-blooded prices on all winter goods for the balance of January. Bargains! Bargains! We are thinking of nothing but Bargains— if you buy it at Neville's you sure have a bargain. W<i have a good fire and you are welcome. You will find your neighbors at Nevilles, Drop in and be scoiable. Jimmie Neville Birthday Surprise Wilfred Stoeber planned and car ried out a birthday surprise part on Mrs. Stoeber Tuesday evening Jan. llth. The occasion was Mr Stoeber's birthday anniversary Bridge was played at three table with Mrs. Paul Eigler winning th high score prize. Other guests wer Mr. Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Stoeber, Mr. nnd Mrs. Shelby Weis brod, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weis brod and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarenc Theesfield. Fenton Won Two The Fenton high school eager won two games from the Whittemore academy team In the loca gymnasium last week Tuesday eve ning. The easy victory over th Whittemore teams snapped a Ion losing streak for the local squad! which are preparing for a hard bat tie with the Bancroft teams ther this week Friday night. Fenton regular team won by a score of 3 to 11, making 21 points in the sec ond half. The local reserve squai won easily by a 22 to 4 score. Mrs. Mary Gibbons Passed Mrs. Mary Gibbons, mother o Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod of Whittemore passed away Tuesday at the Mayo hospital after a long illness. Mrs Weisbrod had spent a week with her mother and was there at the time of her passing. Mrs. Gibbons was well known in Fenton where she visited many times while the Welsbrods lived here. Funeral services were held Saturday at Hawley, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber were Esthervllle visitors Friday. Herman Bohn Is very ill at his home here since last week Wednesday. Lola Warner entertained the Make It and Mend It sewing circle at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Aloy Halda and infant son, Aloy Raymond, were given baptism by the Rev. J. G. Waterman at the M. E. parsonage Friday evening. John Arbogast and Mrs. John Dempsey returned last week Friday from Omaha where Mr. Arbo- ?ast was fitted with artificial legs. Mr. Arbogast is able to walk with the use of a crutch. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz and son, Wlllard and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters, Janet and Phyllis, were entertained at a six o'clock dinner at the Floyd Stevens home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner entertained their 500 club at their home Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. C. Fauerby won the high score prize, Mrs. G. B. Stevens the travel prize and 'Arthur Mueller the consolation. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener were among the Fenton people who attended the annual meeting of the Emmetsburg Production Credit association dinner at the M. E. church in Emmetsburg last week Monday evening. A division of the M. E. Ladies' Aid will sponsor two basketball games and an old-time social In the the high school gymnasium Wednesday evening, Jan. 19th. The games will be played by men's and women's teams and Immediately after Dr. J. T. Waite will auction off the baskets. The baskets will be placed in three groups, the children's, young ladies and married women. Hot coffee will be furnished free. Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained the Fenton Woman's club at their regular meet- ng Tuesday, Jan. 11 at the Mueller lome. Seventeen members were In attendance. The following program was given: roll call, My Favorite Sconomy; papers, History of Child L,abor Movement by Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Wise Use of Leisure >y Mrs. Walter Ohm. Mrs. E J. •'rank conducted a 10-minute study of parliamentary law. A two course uncheon was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mr. nd Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. W. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegner. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mr. nd Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mr. and •Irs. Truman Johnson went to Ban- roft last week Monday evening to urprise Mrs. Lester Johnson on er birthday. Five hundred was layed at four tables with Mrs. E. - Johnson and Mrs. C. F. Wegener winning the high score prizes. A wo course luncheon concluded the veiling's entertainment. EASTERN STAR INSTALLATION, ATSWEACITY Mrs. S. P. Eckholm New Worthy Matron of Kossuth Group Swea City: The O. E. S. Installed the following officers last Tuesday evening, Jan. llth. The installing officers were Mrs. R. A. Bravender and Mrs. T. F. Mitcnell. Worthy Matron, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm; worthy patron, G. D. Curtis; associate matron, Mrs. Lester Haglund; associate patron, Cecil Griffith; conductress, Amanda Looft: associate conductress, Mrs. Armand Schuler; secretary, J. Iva Moats; treasurer, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson; chaplain, Mrs. T. F. Mitchell; organist, Mrs. Cecil Griffith; Ada, Mrs. G. D. Curtis; Ruth, Rachel Stockman; Esther, Mrs. C. O. Peterson. Martha, Miss Lulu Haglund; Elect™, Mrs. Will Evans; marshal. Mrs. Ira Hewitt; warden, Mrs. T. F. Johnson; sentinel, C. O. Peterson. Ole Peterson and Mrs. Harold Roba. Mrs. Loren Byers returned the first of last week from Saskatche wan, Canada, where she spent ( month visiting her parents, Mr. am Mrs. Musselman. The Byers family contemplate moving south and are holding a sale of their farming equipment Pasteurizing Machine The Swea City creamery has installed equipment for pasteurizing and started last week to sell pasteurized milk and cream. The milk sells at 10 cents, the same price as that not pasteurized, but the cream sells for a little less than coffee cream. Claude Dearths Hosts At "500" Party, Thursday Union: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs entertained their neigh bors at "500" last Thursday evening, Jan. 13th with eight tables In play. High score was won by Floyd Bacon for men and Melvln Relken low. For the ladles Ida Winkle received high and Ethel Smith low. Travel prize went to Aaron Taylor. Refreshments were served at a late hour. RKPORT OF CONDITION OF Security State Bank of Algona, in the Slate of Iowa, organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of bus- Inehs on December 31at, 1937. Published in accordance with calls made by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Federal Reserve Hank of this district on a date fixed by the SujHTintendeni "f Hanking of Iowa and the Hoard of Governors of the Federal Reserve System pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act of Section 6231, Code of Inwu. ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts $257,563.46 2. Overdrafts » 10.75 3. United States Government obligations, direct and-or fully guaranteed 18,600.00 4. Other bonds, blocks and securities 14*891.79 8. Banking house $ 17,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 3,600.00 20,500.00 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 60,'i88.&8 9. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection - 63,960.87 13. Other assets SOS.C4 ent at Ann Arbor, Michigan, was recently elected to membership in ^hi Kappa Phi, national honorary 'raternity. Roy Ollom submitted to an operation at the University hospital it owa City last week Saturday. News from him Thursday stated he was not doing well. Junior Schenck was ten years old ast Thursday, and in honor of the event about a dozen boy friends were entertained at a party at his home after school. The annual U and I circle banquet which was to have been held Friday at UM A. C. Bernhapd home, wu postponed until Mondfcy on account of the funeral of W. E. Stahl. Charles Lappe and Howard Slgs- bee spent from Tuesday to Thursday In Waterloo. Mr. Lappe won the trip by high sales. Iver Nordin worked at the station during his absence, J. H. Graham, district Grand Master, nnd his installing team, installed the I. O. O. F. officers at Wesley Friday evening. They installed at Titonka Tuesday evening, Jan. 18. Mrs". R. A. Bleich entertained Mrs. L. Richmnnn, Mrs. E. C. Bier- stt-dt, Mrs. Carl Reynolds, Mrs. Anna Reimers, and Mrs. Emil Haaae at a quilting party Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Reynolds entertained at a similar party Thursday after- nooru The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. Maude Banna's, with Alice Eighme as assisting hostesses. The program was conducted by Mrs. P. F. Kriethc. A book study, "In Quest of Contentment" by Marjorie Barslow Greenbie, prepared by Mrs. Thoburn Speicher, was read by Mrs. Al Staehle in the absence of Mrs. Speicher. L. J. Dickinson To Speak At Sexton Hard Time Party Sexton: Mrs. W. C. Taylor was hostess to the Aid Thursday afternoon at her home here. Mrs. Jorg- i-n Show held Bible study. A hard time supper was planned for next Wednesday evening. Jan. 19, with \j. J. Dickinson, Algona, as the .speaker of the evening. The menu \vi)J consist of pancakes, cornhread. MiusHge. gravy, syrup, coffee and baked apples. After Bible study, a hot supper was served by the lio.stes.s. assisted by Mrs. August Kirschbaum. Mrs. Herman Wise, Drusilla Noble and Edith Greenfield. Purchase Projector The young people from the Swea City churches recently purchased a stereopticon projector to be jised jointly Sunday evening at their us ual services. The B. Y. P. U. showed slides on mission work in China to a full house at the Guild hall. The past matrons' club meets this afternoon (Tuesday) at the R. A. Bravender home. TOTAL LIABILITIES 11. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations IB. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships. and corporations 18. State, county and municipal deposits 18. Deposits of other banks, certified and officers' t'htrk.s <,>ut.st:in<Ji7j;,'N. etc Total of Items 14 to 18, Inclusive- Nut Mucuicd by the- pledge ui loans and-or investments 436.S41.19 1222,639.30 7,665.83 13C,161.7» $376,341.19 Total Deposits II. Capital account: Common stock 500 shares, par Surplus TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT pur shan 376,341.19 f r.o.iioo.oo io.uoo.oo 60,000.00 TOTAL 4S4.M1.19 We, C. B. Murtagh, Pres.; Frank Kohlhaa.s, Vice Pros.; E A. Si/hern •1, Cashier of the above-nuiuud bank, do sok-.nnly swear that the above •tatement is true to the best of our knowledge and ht lief. C. U. MURTAGH. President FRANK KOHLHAAS. Vice Preii K. A. SCHEMEL, Cashier Correct — Attest i >i K H. J State of Iowa. County of Kossuth aa: Sworn to and »uhscribed be/ore me rei-iurs I HOUGH M. HAUBERG vv. HAI:<;ARD *i. <;. BOURNE f>. c mn'ciusoN R W. CAIJiVVE/.L GAVLOl'.I) li. .SHUMWAY Garnet Pickard. Plum Creek, was a Tuesday night guest of Rex Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz and son, Billy, are spending the week in Chicago. Lois Fitch entertained six young people at a party and taffy pull on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Weiland and Edna Fitch of Britt, spent Wednesday evening with their mother, Mrs. Rosa Fitch. The Ollie Kirschbaum family are .'pending some time at the home of Mr. Kirjclfouum's parents, Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum. Mrs. Harvey Steven was sk-k in bcij Thursday suffering from infer - t ion following the extraction of .some of her teeth last Saturday. Mr.-,. Mary Ncuman, Algona, came to spend the remainder of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. James Uiophy, Thursday. Mrs. Ncuman was on the sick list the first of the week. Recorder Finishes New Filing System A new chattel mortgage riling system which cuts hours down to seconds or minutes, has ust been completed by J. J. Dooley, county rcc- Corwith Teams Win And Lose in LuVerne Contests Corwith-Falrview: The Corwith high school basketball teams split the victory in a doubleheader game with the LuVerne teams last Friday evening. The boy's game was very thrilling throughout, and the score stood at 32 to 33 in favor of LuVerne with only forty seconds left to play, but by fast playing the local U»m WM able to mak« two baskets and win with 1 sclore of 86 to S3. The winning baskets were made by Severns and De Groote. Woodbury waa high point man with 13, Sheffleman 8, Nail and Severns each fl, DcGroote 2, and Allen L McClellan led (he LuVerne team with 23 points. The local girls played a good game, but several bad breaks made It possible for the LuVerne girls to win by a score of 42 to 25. In the third quarter Betty Scace suffered a badly sprained ankle, and Doris Beers, Kathryn Hanston and Bonnie Barracks all went out of the game on'fouls. Jeanette Wooda scored 1,1 poinls, Betty Scace 9, and Lola Hunsley 3. On Tuesday evening the teams braved the bad snow storm and went to Vernon for a double game. Both teams won, the boys 30 to 22, and the girls 30 to 18. Mrs. Lamon Sanders has been ill at her home during the past week. Mrs. Albert Johnson attended a home project meeting at the home of Mrs. B. E. Sanders at Sexton, Friday last week. Harvey Evans of Eagle Grove, and P. W. Evans of Woolatock were Monday afternoon callers at the George Evans, Sr., home. Otto J. Bonnstetter has returned to his home at Worthington, Minn., after spending a few days visiting his uncle, Postmaster J. Joseph Bonnstetter. Mrs. Pan Wood of Kanawha and Mrs. Earl Palmer were hostesses at a post nuptial shower for Mrs. Donald Clark at the home of Mrs. Claud Stull last week Monday afternoon. A group of women, including Mrs. John Voss, Mrs. Sylva Nail and Mrs. Joe Willger gathered at the home of Mrs. Albert Merriam Monday of last week where they spent the day tieing comforters for the Kunkel family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson drove to Minneapolis Thursday evening, from which place Mrs. Thompson took the train for Billings, Montana, where she was called by the death of her mother, Mrs. Nels Nelson. Mrs. Mary Rudisill came last Sunday from Woden to spend the remainder of the winter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Murr and family. Other Sunday visitors at the Murr home were Mr. and Mrs. John Rudisill and family of Woden, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Grunewald and family of Stilson. The Alpha circle of the M. E. Aid is meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Keith Albertson. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gushing returned Wednesday from Harlan where they visited relatives for A week. The John Haglund family has rented their farm to Warren Diebler and will move back to Swea City on March 1. The Immanuel Lutheran young women's missionary society met on Monday. Hostesses were Mesdames Rystad, Dahl and Gladys Paulsen. The Women's Missionary society will meet at the Luther hall on Thursday at 2 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. J. J. Anderson, Mrs. O. L. Thorsen, Mrs. P. C. Dahl, Mrs. Mrs. Geo. Stewart is visiting heV daughter, Mrs. Henry Tjaden. Mrs. N. J. Krieps and Pearl Alt have both been having trouble with sore throats. The next meeting of the Union Mothers and Daughters club will be held at the home of Cora Bacon in Algona on Jan. 27th with Delia Troutman assisting. Mr. House of Waterloo was here last week looking at various flocks of sheep at the Delos, and Stanley Gardner, Chester Bailey and Frank Hoflus farms. Some Illness seems to be going among western sheep which have been shipped In, known as "scable." Several fatalities have occurred elsewhere but none have been reported locally. The sheep lose their wool and their eyes become badly Inflamed. Marie Grossman, Lucille and Edward Brink left Tuesday for theft home at Carroll after several days' visit at the John Berger home. The young people were nieces and nephew of the Bergers. Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Frlders and Marlene moved from the Nick Frld- ers estate farm to the farm near Galbraith vacated by the Gels family last Monday. Harold and Edmond Frlders are moving to the place vacated by the Prosper Frld- ers. They moved the first of this week. Mr. and MM. John B. Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wagner and Elaine from here and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and Mr*. Lucy Wagner of Whittemore, spent Wednesday afternoon at the Mrs. Mary" Schlltz home east of Bancroft, and' Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Annie Thllges home near Lakota. Mrs. Schlltz and Mrs. Thllges are sisters; of Mrs. Wagner, c "Can We Afford to Build A Home?" , •• ST. JOE NEWS Lorlne Berger spent several days at the Cleve Stewarts In Algona, helping them get settled In their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Berger and family were last Sunday dinner guests of the A. B. Ventelchers near Wesley. BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, long term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPESIUS HHiw Bldg. Algona, Iowa 1-tf That seems to be the big question that needs a definite answer In the minds of many families. Probably every family In Algona would like to have a home of their own. Many go so far as to do some planning and talk- Ing about it And (hen they hear somewhere that building costs are high and without Investigating fully, they let the Idea draff. To these families we say: Will you let US give you all the facts and figure* about home building? We can tell you right down to a dollar just what it will cost to build the home you would like to have. We can tell you how and where you can finance it on a monthly basis. With these and other facts and figures we can give you, you can tell very easily and denltely whether you can afford to build a home or not Don't delay building a home because you guess or think you can't afford it. See us this week and KNOW- F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa '44 Years of Building Service' Swea-Eagle News ibis J3th day of Jaauary, FLORA I. TlsiS, Notary Public \ Instead of being forced to go ! through several large books to tinil I i record of the mortgage de-aired, the office force can now tinj any , chattel moi-tgugv i" not more than thice mmuU-s. I The iiling intern ij done in envelopes. The oifice hoi been working un the new ayottm fur the past live moniUs, Dooley stated. Mrs. Christina Beck and her sons moved last week Tuesday onto a farm in Grant township vacated by the Ed Hammond family. Francis Guerdut. Everett and Russell Erickson, Vernon Bergeson and Clifton DeBates of Armstrong returned home last week from a two weeks trip to California, taking the southern route. These boys made the same trip two years ago. Clifford Wallstrand, who has stayed at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berggren and attended high school at Swea City since last September, left the first of the week for his home in Seattle, Washington. Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Lousignont nd Mrs. Viola Krkman of SiciiH. III., and Mrs. Ervin Meyer of Purk- ersburg. III., returned to their homes :it Wednesday utter a four ciay vis- t at tin.- Tankard Carlson home, coming here for the burial of Mrs. 'arlson's mother, Mrs. A. D, Nettleton, of Sienid, III. MOVED You will now find us located in our own new building across from the Court House, You can't miss the locax tioiixy^yjust look for the modernistic black and green front with our name across the top, We are anxious to have you visit us in our new home* Thf stock is new and complete. Our Kemoval Sale made it possible to come into the new Store with a Complete new line—and best of all—you will find prices moderate because of our lower overhead on u side street location. You will thoroughly enjoy shopping for furniture in our new air-conditioned, well-lighted store. We invite you to stop in even though you are not in the immediate market for furniture. Our New Living Room Line has a real chance to show up well—in our larger floor space. The number of suites shown is also greater in this new location—see them today. Priced $59.50 and up Our Dining Kooja Suite Showing has doubled in the- new store. You are sure to find just what you wanton this wonderful line. We are now showing 20 fine New Bed Room Suites in a range of qualities from the cheapest to the best Priced $39.75 and up We Invite You to Inspect This Fime New Store Richardson Furniture Co. WEST OF THE COURT HOUSE

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