The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 30, 1895 · Page 1
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\'^;:^' tf.-,tf£ L Afl f f- -A f ;r i'.'Vs'' • '*"?,,;? " *-'- -•-- " AUJONA. KO3SIJTU COUNTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY SO, l?'.)f>. NO. 1R TWO NIGHT'S B< BUYS A CAW The Old Students of the 3, U. I. Renew their Allegiance to Alma Mater— Prsf. •Shaeffer Prcsentr-Kinc Speeches. The United Workmen Grandly Celebrate the Virtuasi of Charity and Protec- tion—GreatTurtioul for a Blizzardy Night—A History of Wonderful Growth. JS. Peaches Grapes. Green G-ages, Plums. At the arrivals. goods are not old shelf worn Block, but 'fresh Come and see thorn. on Patterson .& Son With a Full and Complete Line of |,..-.Staple/iiid Fancy groceries, Flour and Feed. Remember that we are the ones that handle that feJMinXE .PJSABJQ .FLOTmrWhich'rwiljL.^ive^^u^s^tjSvs^W^ P»l^^^^ • r\f f\n-n-nt\A aT»/1 Til-Marl BV«nit.e A. O. U. VV.s CELEBRATED Respite the .severe weather of Friday night, tlm. banquet given by tlie Algona lodge of United Workmen was a grand success, not only in this number attending but in the zest.with which tho occasion was enjoyed by all present. The decorations of Clarke's Hall wens elaborate, tho .national colors being displayed in great profusion, almost covering the walla and ceiling and entwining tho row of columns down the center. On the wall behind tho platform was displayed a shield in the national colors, with an anchor, and on the front of the shield the letters: "A. O. U. W." The two tables, extending the full length of: the hall and partly across the ends, were each in tho form of the letter L, representing "Loyal," the designation of the branch of tho order of which the Algona lodge forms a part, as distinguished from the "Kebel" lodges which claim the name of the order in this state. There were HI members of the lodge and ladies who sat down to the banquet, which was served by W. A. Ladendorf, himself a Workman, and the repast was one to help along the fame of that popular caterer. When the supper had been duly discussed order was called by toast master Geo. W.. Platt, Master Workman of the lodge, and the program was taken np, opening with a quartet by Mrs. Bowyer, Miss Agnes Randall, Dr. Morse, and Sheriff C.C.Samson. Dr. Morse then, delivered an address of welcome to the new members, and following him came Mr. C. Byson.'the man' who has done in an impromptu speech for.-'The Medical Department," J»r. M. J. Keiietiok spoke tor "The Tjnder-graduate,"inak- ing a very happy diagnosis^ and Judge Quarton followed wii'li a discussion of the question:-How- to llelorm Law Elections",-xliis remarks having reter- ence to ineidenls'of his University experience. The next two bpeeuiies were alike reminiscent, IS. U. Butler telling ''How lo preserve Johnson County Apples,"and J. T. Chrischilles answering the question, "Should Students Celebrate Halloween*"' Both olthesp uch- fcS were high class, and both speakers gave their auditors the benefit ol: sagely drawn moru!n thought up since leaving school. "The Cabbage as a Commencement flower," was tho toast which inspired tho eloquenco of our popular County SaperioU'iulent, 13. E. Heed. "Cook and his Bee Tree-," suggested a humorous poem, to C. B. llutchina, whioh was recited effectively, calling forth mingled lau,;hter,tears and cheers. It, \vasone of the great hits of the evening. Had Myers, of Mason City, told ol "Fresh Banquets'" in like humorous vein, and J. H. Me Conlojine of the same city, discussed the "Objects of Organization in a manner to arouse great enthusiasm. 1'ost- master iiinelion discussed, "Can Doctoru ;<;•. Fooled?" telling one i.est 1'u nny stories ol OFFICE OVER ALGOjYA STATE Abstracts of Title, Real Estate, Loans, and Insuranee. It Will Pav You of Ganned and Dried Fruits. 7.'V ^VJ 1 ^^ 07* <?00Z> BUTTER OR FRESH EGOS, CALL OJf .PATTERSON & SON, NEW GROCERY FIRM of:' the the evening. President Scliaeffer ruade a brief address, congratulating tho alumni of this county upon tho success of their efforts. The songs which interspersed the' speeches were the contribution oi' Miss Jessamine Jones and were as follows: ' Tune—"Billy McGeo Thore arc three men we used to sec. Jimmy and Ullly and Qoorg-o; They are us old as old can bo, Jimmy and 11 Illy and do urge; They lock the doors, arid ring the boll, And smile serene when the medics yoll. And they all raise their whiles and Ming-Jimmy arid Hilly and George; And they till raiiso"tho'ir whistles and sing-. Jimmy and Billy and George. They watched the campus by night and by day, Jlmmy : !itid Billy and George. To seo that no robbers could corac that, wav, Jimmy and BilJy and George; For Freshmen and Sophmores more than a matoh, But Junlot-s and Seniors they never could catch. Tho' they'd all raise their/whittles and rp i The Shoe o ti «* ALGONA, IOWA. i We have opened a new Grocery Store four doors north of Opera House, where we have a fine line of Choice Fresh Groceries of all kinds. We solicit your trade. Butter and Eggs taken in exchange for goods, We sell as chea,p as any house in town. ^f,V Give us a call. Aigpna, Iowa. -*- HALEEN & PETERSON. Spurbeck & Lambert, , Vdv Ml, AND DIUI.EUS IN order in Algoria, who made the first speech of his life, as lie declared, reciting the beginnings and recent wonderful growth of the order in the state and in Algona. The Degree of Honor was discussed by Eugene Tellier, and another quartet, followed, and a paper on "The Workman Idea."-was read.by. M. Starr. Impromptu speeches were called oiitfrom Dr. L. A.'.Sheets!, James Cowan, Mr. Platt and others. The lodge now numbers 100 members, against 14 one year age. The increase has been accomplished by hard work put in for several months, A-large- number of the new members are farm- era's sons, and Union township is very largely represented. The merits of the order have been well advertised, and this fact will mean still further increase in the future. It is now.propos- ed to make the banquet an annual institution, and the proposition is popular with those wljo were out Friday night. The credit for the decorations is due to H. B. Mason. A. L. Peterson, Bert Lewis, Frank Gilmore, Will Ladendori: and Will Lacy. will save you money on UiQ following : Belting o£ all kinUs-leathoi 1 , Uaody and rub- i ' ' -\\iwi 'eomplofo stock ot Engineer's Supplies ; Gas Pipe an4 lUtlngi ; aiobe Valves ; all Hinds t v " jprgtw Fittings, lJ9se ana Hose FH«ngs ; Oils of all Uln4s, We h»ve'a large sl;ook of Oylln- (Jrenseaspoplal,ty. targe stoeU ol QtUev goods too numerous to mention. Factory, and supply liouso near 0. & N T , \V, Depot. QaH-, . J), fl, Win. K- Ferguson, C, J), Cashier- j FIRST NATIONAL BANK / f !* * s. u. i. BANQUET. .•o that AVO now come together again Vivo la Varsity. Ooljegiatos and lawyeis and medical mon Chorus; Vivo la Varsity, Vivo la, vivo la. S. U, I., Vivela, vivo la, rt, U, 1,, Vivo la, vivo la S, U, I, Vivo la Varsity. Pharmaooutes. dentists and faculty too, Vivo la Varsity, As well as g-ood people who djdn't g-o through, Vivo la Varsity. TUts reunion presents a magnificent slglii. Vivo la Varsity. 'Twill linger forever a memory brighl VJ vela Varsity. . Chorus; Tb,en hero's to our Varsity, long may she thrive. "We pledge to hop hero in this year '05, Vivo In Varsity. —Jessamine L, Jones, The banquet given Thursday in Clarke's hall, by the ulopmi and old students of tfte Iowa State "University, was extremely enjoyable tp Uall Was. decorated J; tbe,tat>Je capital I. gat down to-' the byW.-'A, TJpivw get in A. J,.. plios. , A, M. ft v A ' for s , s, NQtJon, Jumper for l Lamber go ^, Jfttoor ft or, with Miss Jegsatnipe ?Jpjie8 PR, , and Bayy^y Ingbaj»ijeJd,t,bepJa,ee -nnatmiiatoiv ' THioi'ii nrava nruaonr !)k&^4^j!» •^•v^Mf^H • M^f'^aU^kV^VunhL^^L ^k^^L ^ Tl - ^ H s m- ^ vW Jimmy and Billy and Georjjo. '- •* > Tho' they'd all raise theitwhlstles ano/Sing. Jimmy and lillly and Gporgro, Tune—"Seeing Nellie JIome." All those memories most sacred, all those memories mo.st dear. Those that,clu.ster 'round our Alma Mater we havimet to honor liete. f , S Chorus:,""5^x5n he"ro!sJone-->lile/tOv,tli&-'aeaT' \oldschool, ' -We pledg-o oursol vos anew To memories of Alma Mater, Tohe.r her staunch support and true. Gone the cureless school-day pleasures, g-o.ne tho mi.ng-lod work und -play; Gone.the recompense for effort granted; on Ooinmoncoinont Uuy. Chorns: , Hearts grow cold and time flies swiftly, and our path's are not tho same. But those-who've sharodsohool days tog-other are bound by common cJaim. Ohoriis : Prize tlie past and grasp tho.-present, honor give where honor's due, Hold to college joy and purpose, ami its faith in lli'o renew. Chorus: Oollog-e yoll- Haw, haw. hawk. III. Ill, lii, IIawke.ro, Hawkeyo, S. U. 1. Before adjournment was had a- permanent organization was formed, with the following officers: President, Miss Jessamine Jones; Secretary, C. B. Matson; Treasurer, E, B. Butler. It is the intention to provide ap annual banquet as one of the institutions of the town, at which will ring out, -as on Thursday night the college yell: Haw Haw Hawk, - Hi Hi Hi, Hawkeye Uawkeve, S. tJ. I. This banquet was originally projected, and subsequently carried to its successful concjusion by Miss Jones and Mr. Matson. They were rewarded by the appreciative thanks of those who participated., ' PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL, ALGOSTA, IOWA, JAN, 26,1895. Tho city council met in regular session at the pftlce of the City Clerk, Members present, Yesper, Waasworth, Gartielcl, l j ettibone, Cordin'gley, nusson, HutQJnns and Nicoulin, oulin wa-s, elected Chairman pro tew. Minutes*p£ last regular meeting read and approved,, Moved ( a,nd seconded that thefollowr ing bjUsj'audjted and approved by tbe Finance , Committee, be allowed, and warrants drawn on tho Treasurer fw the Ask your doctor if you need to in winter, and lie will tell you, yes, if you wisli to be healthy. You don't bathe because you have no bath tub and your room IB cold. We have on hand two Self-Heating Bath Tubs which \ve will close out at cost, because we do not wish to carry them in stock. Along with them we will 'sell you an Oil Heater to heat your bed voum or nuy .oilier room in yoni house. We have -two Wli^clcr Machines — willsi'll ;it cc; not in the sewing inarhinc business. fl All our heating stoves will be closed- out at -cost. ' ¥ou* can, afford H'6" ' need one next winter. Come and sea them. Wilson Sewing ;uv U. M, DOX8BB, WINKIE'S OLD STAND — FURNITURE! WINDOW SHADES PICTURE FRAMES! u«' I a*. • We have in stock some new book case. Undertaking Goods to our li >.- pjpo and Johnson

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