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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1934 tStocai Rev. P. j. Braner was a Gamer call- <er Monday. Mrs. Ben Potter visited her daughter at Ringsted last week. Carroll Puth of Manly was a guest over Sunday at the John Lamuth Home. MlsS Vivian Watnem of Ottosen was a guest at the A. E. Michel home on Monday. Holnaan Anderson and family of Emmetsburg visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, Sunday. Mrs. Leo Spilles and daughter, Arlene, returned Thursday after a week's visit with relatives in Chicago. Mrs. D. J. Habeger and daughter, Margaret, spent Saturday in Fort Dodge where they went on business. Mrs. Andrew Hansen and daughter, Sheila Ann, of Titonka spent last week with her mother, Mrs. John Cough- Mrs. H. M. Webster and son, Donald, spent last week end at Emmetsburg, •where they visited friends and relatives. Fred Frost returned Friday to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost. He went .to Tama ten days ago on business. Mrs. William Ryno of Fort Dodge •came Monday for a couple of days' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. •and Mrs. John I-amuth. Margaret Habeger and Margaret Vigars returned to Iowa Falls where they are students, Sunday, after spending the holidays with their parents. Esther Lamuth was taken ill and confined to her home since last Thursday with tin attack of pleurisy. She la •considerably improved at this writing. Loretta Howie, Sara Doran, Helen Becker and Everett Anderson drove to Ames-Saturday to attend the annual Veterinary Ball at the Iowa State College. Mrs, Laura Beuttner and daughter returned to their home in Chicago on Thursday night after a two weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman returned last Wednesday after a visit during the holidays at the home of the latter's *teter, Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, at Minneapolis. A. T. Tweet and Leonard Nelson left Sunday for Cedar Rapids where they attended a stove demonstration for a few days. They were accompanied by Mrs. Tweet and daughter, Marilyn, who went as far'as Waverly where they visited at the Harry Heggeman and Maurice Vilmont homes. White's Grocery Week End Specials What Will Buy 2 Ib. Graham or White Crackers 2 pkgs. Kellogg Corn Flakes 25c size KC Baking Powder 5 rolls 1000 sheet Toilet Paper 4 pkgs. Macaroni or Spaghetti 1 large package Rinso 1 large packaee Oxvdol 1 large pkg. Cake Flour 4 cakes Camay Soap 5 Ib. sack Pancake Flour 3 Ib. bag Raisins 4 pkgs. Jell Powder 1 quart Bread and Butter Pickles 1-8 oz. Bottle Flavor Vanilla One cake Kirk's Castile Soap Free with the purchase of County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy visited frtendfe a5id relattvees at West Bend and Wfoittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and baby returned last Tuesday from Waterloo after spending the holidays there with the former's parents. Little Ann Stlllman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman, has been confined to her home since Friday with a light case of chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sornsen and baby of Walnut, Iowa, were guests from Friday until Monday at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Wm. C. Dau. Esther Dearchs and Ella Zumach left Sunday for Cedar Falls where they are students at the state Teachers' College. They were accompanied by a school friend from Britt. C. Q. Drummond of Chicago was a week end guest at the home of his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchinson. Monday he went to Spirit Lake to attend the funeral of his father. Randall Keith of Lake Preston, South Dakota, has been a guest at the home of his uncle, E. P. Keith, since last Wednesday. He will return to his home the latter part of this week. Donnabelle and Betty Merrln of Estherville, spent last week here at the home of their aunt, Mrs. R. H. Miller. They were accompanied home Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Miller, who spent the day there. Mrs. E. A. Storck and sons, Gordon and Teddy of Minneapolis returned to their home in Minneapolis Friday after visiting at the O. F. Towne home since Tuesday. Mrs. Storck is a sister of Mrs. Towne. Dorothy Whitney returned to Proctor, Minnesota, where she teaches Latin and English in the public schools, the Friday before last, after visiting a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. John Williams, West College street, is In a critical condition from hardening of the arteries at the home of a daughter, Mrs. John Mlngus, in Spencer. Mrs, John Schimmel, a daughter here, went Sunday to his bedside. Mrs. Mary Runchey received a message Tuesday morning from her youngest brother, Z. T. Holdren at Spencer, saying that Mrs. Holdren had passed away suddenly. Mrs. Runchey expects to attend the funeral today (Thursday). Mrs. Howard Carey and two daughters spent last week at the L. M. Carey hcme in Blue Earth. Howard Carey nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart spent the week end there and returned home Sunday with Mrs. Carey and daughters. Mrs. Wm. Vlgars had the misfortune to slip on the floor in her home Sunday and as a result received a badly sprained wrist and severe bruises. She Is compelled to wear a sling about her Injured arm which is causing her considerable pain. William and Philip Aman, Mrs. Charles Gllbrlde and Mrs. John Kennedy of Wesley left Tuesday for St. Cloud, Minnesota, to attend the funeral of their niece, Mrs. Oscar Amunson, who died recently, leaving a husband and three children. NotSoo of tbe death of,Da**•!*«>•* husband, i,, E. Thomas, of Cary, South Dakota, was received Monday by Mrs. Pfort Norton. It was known that Mr. Thomas had suffered for two years with heart trouble, previous to his death, but little else is known at this writing. Mrs. Geo. Paine left Tuesday morn- Ing for Altadena, California. The trip was made by auto driven by Lawrence Misbach. Mrs. Paine has secured a position in Altadena and will make her home with her son, Raymond. Lawrence had not completed his future plans but did not expect to return immediately. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock returned Friday after visiting in Freeman, South Dakota, for a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wipf, who are parents of Mr. and Mrs. Stock's daughter- in-law, Mrs. Leon Stock. Mrs. Leon Stock also visited with her parents. Before returning here to their home, the Stocks visited in Sioux City also. Mr. and Mrs. August Strom and Alfred Matson returned last Monday from Denver, Colorado, where they had taken Mrs. Strom's sister, Mrs. J. W. Dearchs, who had been visiting here for five weeks. The Stroms spent two weeks in Denver before returning here. Donald Matson, son of Alfred Matson, also accompanied the group there and will stay an Indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell returned late Sunday evening from their honeymoon trip which Included points in Minnesota and Wisconsin. For the present they are making their home with Mrs. Estella Sabin, where Mrs. I Bell made her home since coming to 1 Algona from her home In Belle Plalne, Minnesota, seven years ago. Robert resumed his duties at the Kent Garage Monday. Mrs. Joseph Kelly received word recently that her brother, Thomas Carey, died at his home in Beloit, Wisconsin, Sunday, December 31st. Mr. Carey wos forty-two years of age at the time of his death. He had been in ill health since the World War, in which he was injured. The last three years he has been confined to his bed. He leaves to survive him, his wife and \ two children. (Elmm tes Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morn- ng worship with children's talk at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "The Religion of Christianity." Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock. First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostrand, pastor The Dorcas society will meet tomor- •ow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Alma Nelson. Mrs. Ben Bakken will \js the assisting hostess. Let's have a large turnout. The choir will meet for rehearsal tomorrow evening at 7:30 in the parsonage. Morning worship next Sunday at 9 Vclock. Please observe the change of ;ime. A conflict prevents us from having vesper services next Sunday. The offering next Sunday is for the benefit of the American Bible society. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 o'clock. VTarjorie Simmons and Gteo. Scheuler Speak Vows Before Rev. Swanson Swea Cty: Miss Marjorle Simmons, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Simnons. was married last week to George Schetiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Scheuler. They were married at the mmanuel parsonage by Rev. Raymond ''wanson. Tho attendants were Verne Cnsler of Algona and Miss Emma Scheuler. They will be at home after Vtarch 1st, four and a half miles southwest of Swea City. Both are graduates f the Swea City high school. St. Thomas Church Rev. J. D. Griffith Sunday, Jan. 14, second Sunday af- r Epiphany. Church School 10 a. m. There will a celebration of the Holy communion at 11:00 a. m. All members of the church are urged to be present. Everybody welcome. Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday School and Bible Class at 10 a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday School Teachers's meeting Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the parsonage. Confirmation instructions Saturday at 10 a. m. The installation of reelected deacons will take place Sunday. Ardcn Reynolds Married Arden Reynolds, son of Lark Reynolds, of Grant township, was married m January 3rd, to Miss Rose M. Schmall of Mason City. Mr. Reynolds has been employed the past year at Mason City. Friends here extend congratulations. Baptist Church Arthur S. Haeser, pastor The past few years have meant a great experience for the Christian churches. They have not failed. A number of our churches had their doors closed before the depression came. Now their doors are open. Yes, we have every reason to believe that there is going to be a great forward movement by the churches. It will be interesting You should be in it. You can help by attending the church services. The pastor will preach the following sermons Sunday: 11 a. m., "Bringing Back the King"; 7:30 p. m., "A Fifteen Days' Visit". This will be a dramatic sermon. There will be special music at both services. B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Sunday School at 11 a. m. Bible Study and prayer on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Presbyterian Church Rev. C. Pan! Carlson, Minister Sunday School at 10 a. m. Frank Geigel, superintendent. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 a. m. Miss Esther Pratt, leader. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. Everyone not worshipping elsewhere is Invited to attend these services. 150 ATTEND M.E. DISTRICT MEETING A special meeting of the Algona district in the northwest Iowa conference, of the Methodist Episcopal church, held here all day yesterday was attended by about 150. The session, called by the district superintendent, W. G. Muhleman of Algona. SWEA CITY FOLKS MARRY; TO LIVE NEAR HOME TOWN Hundness Baby A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Goodman Hundness on January 8. Buried at Armstrong Funeral services for Vestal Thackery, an accident victim, were held on Thursday afternoon at Armstrong. The pall bearers Swea City. were from Elmore, and Miss Eva Maude Wenzel of Mason 31ty spent the week end with Carol •"osgren. The dances sponsored every Tuesday night by the American Legion are prov- ng a success. Mrs. Charles Berggren of Waterloo is visiting at the home of her son, Carl, and other relatives. Bridge was played at 14 tables at he benefit bridge party held Thursday evening. Henry Myhr won high score. The Emmet county American Legion and Auxiliary will hold a Joint meet- ng Thursday night, January 11. Everyone is invited to this open meeting. Albert Liohty of Fort Dodge, returned Monday to continue culling df chickens for the Swea City Hatchery, who have culled 2C(,flKX) chickens to date. Installation of officers of the Eastern Star will be held on Tuesday evening and installation of officers of the Masonic order will be held on Thursday evening. Miss Eunice Newton, health nurse is working at Swea City consolidated school and each child is given a thorough examination and a health card is issued to then- parents. Buell Johnson, who has spent the past week at the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, returned home Monday. Two minor operations have been performec on his Jaw which, was fractured to an automobile accident on Dee. 0. _ Swea City provides varied entertain ment for winter evenings. This is a week's program: Monday night, P. T. A meeting; Tuesday, new and old tinr dances, sponsored by the American Le glon and also Installation of the East ern Star; Wednesday night, movies Thursday night, benefit bridge party Friday, comedy drama by the Guthrie Tilton players; Saturday night, movies and Sunday night, movies. careful laundry can make your household linens and clothing last longer— save you money. A clean laundry can protect your health. For years we have been most careful and clean. On this basis we solicit your ]jatronage, We wash every day. Phone 267 Kirsch Laundry Mrs, Henry Turnbaugh has been quite seriously ill the past week or ten days. Mrs. Cidney Laird and Mrs. Gladys South were visitors at Mason City, Sunday. R. O. BJustrom and Carl Walker were in Des Moines Monday and Tuesday on business. C. D. Ward is recovering nicely from a major operation undergone Monday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. C. A. Momyer returned Sunday after a visit during the holidays with her three children in Chicago. Gene Murtagh, Melzar Haggard and Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner were in Des Moines last Thursday and Friday. F. G. Messersmith and son, George cf Des Moines visited last week from Tuesday until Friday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. G. F. Towns. Mrs. Ed DeZellar and son. Jimmy, returned Sunday evening from St. Paul where they have spent the past two nnd one-half weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Greeley. Dr. W. T. Peters of Burt was at Rochester last week Wednesday and Thursday attending a meeting of the Olmsted - Houston - Fillmore - Dodge County Medical Association. Mrs. Harry Underlain of Sanborn, who lias been helping to care for her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Freeman, was called home last week by the death of an old neigbhor and friend, Chas. Helm. Mrs. W. J. Becker's father, Jacob Johnson of Wesley has been seriously ill the past two weeks, apparently suffering from a stroke which has left him speechless and without the use of his arms and legs. He has been ill for several years following a previous stroke. Mrs. Isabella Meiggs, head of the ready to wear department at the Goe- dcrs Co., will leave next Monday for Jacksonville, Florida, where she will visit three nieces. She also plans to visit her brother, Adrian Tiss. at De- Rider, Louisiana. She expects to be gone several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds recently neceiwd; word from thleir daughter, Mrs. Fay Hopkins, that the disastrous California flood came within a block of their home in Glendale, California. Although their property was not damaged, with the exception of a ruined roof, caused by the heavy downpour, the wreckage of the flood-stricken area presented, a. terrifying spectacle, she wrote. Ignatius Wernert, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert of this city, is now employed in the R. & H. Chemical Department of the E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Company at Niagara Falls, New York. This position was secur- in November of 1933. It is a responsible position which is well filled. Ignatius u a graduate of the Algon* high school, having graduated with high honors. Since then he has attained several degrees, including a Masters degree. ?ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mrs. Lawrence Cink has been on the sick list the past week. Rev. H. B. Kramer spent Monday afternoon at Algona on business. Miss Valeria Stuffllck went to Ban- droft Monday to have dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Math Bormann and family spent Sunday at the Mrs. Mary Simons home. Chas. J. Caspar! returned Friday from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, after having spent the holidays there. Miss Eleanor Rahm of Algona spent Saturday night and Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Joe Rahm, Sr. Mr. and Mr.«. Albert Carman and family of Blue Earth, Minn., spent Sunday at the Nick Arndorfer home. Miss Mary Ann Ventelcher of Doan tpent lost week with her aunt, Mrs. George Arndorfer and helped with the butchering. Miss Loretta Mulert who Is staying with her grandmother, Mrs. Joe Rahm, Sr., spent Monday afternoon with Loraine Huschka. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Miller of Plum Creek spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Rose Arndorfer and helped with the butchering. Mrs. Mary Simons fell Sunday morning on the ice while on her way to church and fractured her arm at the wrist. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs spent the week end at Titonka at the Martin Bleich home. Mrs. Bleich came home with them and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller. Circle No. 4 will give a card party at the school hall next week Tuesday evening, January 16. The public is invited. Come and have a good time. Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth and Mrs. Lawrence Cink are the ladies in charge. Several Irvington Families Moving Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. George Steart of Cresco township, are moving lis week to Algona where they will make their future home. This estim- ble family will be missed in this community. Helen, youngest daughter of he Stewarts, will finish the school rar In the country where she is an ghth grade pupil. The Kramer fam- y moved from the St. Joe vicinity nd will tenant the Stewart farm. Ml?s Dorothy Leigh, young daugh- r of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh, has em ill recently. Miss Lucile Sill is sMistlng with the ouschold duties at the John McGuire omc for the present. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and their aughter, Betty, were Sunday dinner uests of Mrs. Miller's s'setr, Mrs. "•has. Harvey of Algona. Dun to the icy condition of tho ronds 'ie attendance i»t Aid was not as large s expected. Mrs. K. P. Roney and ATS. McLean were hostesses. Friends of Mrs. R. M. Gardner are lad to hear her health is somewhat mproved. She is still at the home of er son, Floyd In Plum Creek township. The January meeting of the Cresco Embroidery club, which was to have een held Wednesday with Mrs. Nel.i Mitchell has been postponed until next week Wednesday, meeting at the same ilace. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker nnd amlly were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley. On March st the Beckers will move to the old Fnmison farm in Plum Creek township, now owned by Claude Sampson. The Lage and Gronbach children we among the latest victims of the chicken pox, those who were among hr first to get it have recovered sufficiently to be permitted to return to chool. No serious cases have been reported. Cleve Stewart was on the sick list a 'ew days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Simon, Jr., were visitors at the Stewart home on Sunday. Howard Watson and Idabellc Felter of Burt vis- ted Sunday with their friend, Leona Stewart. Mesdamcs Vern Barker and Enrl Miller attended a district Farm Bu•eau meeting last Monday held at the Russell Maxwell home In Algona. There vpre sixteen ladies present. A covered llsh luncheon was served at noon. The club leaders from this portion of the f-ounty are Mrs. Robert Masierson. Lu- Verne and Mrs. Vern Barker of Riverdale township. CRESCO NEWS Mrs. George Briuee arid children. Margaret and Raymond have been ill for two weeks with bronchitis. Mrs. L. E. Martin spent two da?s the fore part of the week with her mo- thrr, Mrs. A. Harlg at St. Benedict. Mrs. B. H. Potter returned Thursday to her home in Algona after ten days with her daughter. Mrs. Alvin Nelson in Ringsted. Word from Mrs. Frances Nilcs at Iowa City and Rosebelle Loss at Oakdale Is that they are. both Improving, which is pleasant news to i'rionds here. Mrs. Niles' eyes were oprrntrd on. Word reached here la<=t week of the arrival of a new srn on Docombrr 24th at tho R. M. LlndhorM. horn" nt, Titonka. former residents hero. Tlirrc are now throe girls and throo boys in the family. Mrs. Jerse Royro. fonnrr rrsid-nt here, whose home is in Englewood, California, and who has been with her daughter, Mrs. Howard Wlthnrn, Is recovering from a severe attack of the plueral pneumonia at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker and son, Raymnod of Corwith spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. I. W. Lease. Raisins LONG'S FOOD SHOP Kossuth County Mutual Fire Insurance Association Annual Secretary's Report RECEIPTS Balance in bank DecembMer 12, 1932 $ 7,997 16 1933 Assessment collection 30,12056 Reinsurance received 3,290.62 Dividends from closed bank \\ 1,150.27 Policy fees, contingent fees, etc., on new and renewed business „ 6,085.73 1 Total Receipts for 1933 $47,644.03 DISBURSEMENTS 90 claims paid during year $22,530.01 Adjusting and inspecting 151.60 Directors meetings 303.74 Office supplies and advertising 29620 Rent 605.00 Postage 231.00 Telephone 59.30 Reinsurance 6,686.77 U. S. Government Bonds, Including premium 8,130.00 Bond commission 52.89 Secretary's nnd Assistant's Bond and States Fees 25.43 Return Ass., bnnk charges, and check tax 350.50 Secretary and assistant 1,978.00 Ealancn in bank December 11, 1933 6,343.59 Total Disbursements for 1933 $47,644.03 ^mcesc««8*sKes3a$£»x^mw^ Who's afraid of the Ble Bad Price Wolf—Gamble's Radio Sale continues even lower prices. A. C., Mantle. <i.2.95. Battery Mantle, complete. *29.95. A. C. Console reduced to $39.95. 2 gwwwtfw wvwvwvwuwyt FOJ* Good Juicy STEAKS and all kinds of meat ;! Long's Food Shop vvwuwvvvwvvvuvuwwww 99 Ninety-nine out of a hundred like to trade at Neville's Shoe Store. They get styles up to the minute and price* down to the limit. Trndlng at Neville's Is like making love to a widow, you just can't over do it. Hand Jimmie $1.00 and ci.rry home a pah- of those new stylish $2.00 kid ties. All sizes from 4 to 9 on AAA to C widths. They are soft and easy on your feet, look fine and wear well. They are real bargains, everybody is buying them. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Iowa* ' For utmost mileage—and all year round performance always use the new bronze Corye'l —70—• high est, high anti-knock gasoline. A superb gasoline. At pj'lces, ALWAYS LESS. Split-second starting. Amazing pick-up. TRY ITI 2 LONG'S 19c Coffee, 3 pounds Final Clearance of Overcoats at Wholesale Buy now and get half a year's wear and all the profits FREE. All new standard styles, same, as we'll be buying for fall. We need the money—you need the coat. Let's swap! Some of the best ones at 14.85 MISBACH Clothing Co.

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