Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1931 · Page 5
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(hemorrhoids) cured iout operation. Other conditions, rl^e for booklet. Lnsuitatlon Without cost 218-21»-220 FlrM >aUonnl Bank Bldg. bne 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf WESLEY PRIEST PLAYS HOST TO CHURCH CHOIR Wesley, Jan. 0 — In accordance Ith an annual custom, Father iVensllng entertained the choir -Sun- ay evening.- The gathering • was eld at the lodge hall, and covers vere laid for 27, Including three rlends who are not choir members. "'our tables formed a square, and Ink and green streamers from each Able led to the lamp In the center. "•Ink and green tapers and pink ut cups were used, A program of endings, music, and Bongs, was endered during the three-courae Inner. Fred Dlekmann played the •lolln, and Mrs. Clara Haverly, the ilano. Afterward guests played irldge and "500," and following the ames cake and coffee were served. Beginning at midnight, the group loaed the evening by singing popu- ar songs. t ton OTHEBS Honors Mra. 'Mnmnuu--" Mr. and Mrs, Harry B.raley enter- alned at,7!30 dinner, last yreek ruesday' evening'In fibn6r : 6f their laughter, Mrs: Mumma. Guests wore rtarvel Braley, Brltt, -and AUdra Benton. On New Year's day they entertained the Doctor Braley fam- ly, Brltt, and Lieutenant and Mrs. rtumma. The Braleys and Mrs. Kumma were entertained Sunday at .he Doctor Irish home at Forest City, IN tin MW, mottrn Val»nM , th« ttmfltt or "••rpUex'* fclfth »p whm jwa iM c kMpc jrwr gtoMM your cjrwwlMratlMjr Moat > where tbejr took well, mad do ut show yen ktett lmproTtii«nt in tpj^tMl* idetliatajrwn. F. W. WBHLBB * CO. (ine Watch, Jewelry, and Clock Repairing. CLOSING OUT UBLIC account of poor health |ave decided to quit farm and will sell all my per kal property;to the high 1 bidder at iny farm 2 miles Bt and 1 mile north o iley, or 9 miles south' onka on the gravel road to Commence at 12180 lansen & Nelson Lonch [agon Will be OB Ground. HEADUVESTOCK GOOD HORSES team of mares 5 yrs, 3000; roan team mares d 4 yrs., wt. 28DO; team els 6 and 7 yrs,, wt. 2600 gelding 10 yrs., wt, 1300 mare colt coming 2 gray gelding coming 3 (8 HEAD OF CATTtE wo milch cows, 2 high ie Shorthorn bulls, bal reeding steers and heif [ on feed about 30 days, r -HEAD OF HOGS—24 ive Spotted Poland brood 19 Spotted Poland fal [MACHINERY. ETC, Bering 8-ft. binder, 38-tt " Deere elevator, 3-row ie cultivator used " one 2 single row cultiva iv,f- s ^ lng too tfc harrow l&neld manure spreader y 12-in. gang plow Deere gas engine 2 h «P jack, bob sleigh and «ays corn planter, CUp * a " n .ing mill, endgate ». 2 10-ft. discs, 2 4-sec farrows, hay rack, bind triple bo* wagons—on " tire and 1 wide ttr« mower, hay rafce cart 2 hog waterer* good grindstone a n t, t8 good collars, 20 water tank, a 0, GQBK COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA B«tnrn to Dntie*— Prof. Marlon Paulson and hla niece Anna Flom, left from Brltt for Minneapolis, at one o'clock Monday. Mr. Paulson will resume his work a« treasurer and teacher at Bible InBtltute, , and Anna, the who akea some subjects at that Instltu- :lon; will continue piano study at he Minnesota unlrerslty. Prof Paulnon tilled pulpits Sunday for ihe Rev. Mr. Bernaten, Congrega- Jonal pastor, who was at Houston Minn. Mr. Paulson spoke at Brltt Wesley, and the Upper Flat. Anthonjr->JetinMn BntertaiiM— . ^. : nry Goetz/Sydney,' NebV left Monday after a r v-tlslt with his mother and other relatives. His sister Mrs. Anthony Johnson, entertains the following guests at two tables_of "500" Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs Joe Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptman, George and Dorothy Goetz, and Vincent Cruise. Henry Goetz was the guest of honor. Mike Leo, and Dorothy Goetz drove with their brother Henry to Mason City where he took a train. Goose Dinner is Served— Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz and Billy were entertained Sunday at a goos dinner at the home of Mrs. Goetz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlln return ed Sunday .from New Sharon, when they spent the holidays with Mrs Tomlin's parents. New Year's day the Alfred Erdmans entertained th Leo Hanlgs, the Louis Goetzes, and the families of Isadore and William Meyer; also Mra. Kate Kennedy Mra. Erdman's mother. Young People Have Party— The Methodist Young People' class held a party In the basemen of the church New Year's eve, an watched the old year out. Thirty attended, Including the teacher, Mr Natress. Games were played, and Mr. Natress and the boys In th class served refreshments of wlches, pickles, cake, cocoa, and apples. sand candy Wins at Cards— At the Legion Auxiliary benefl party last week. Tuesday evening Mrs. 'Maurice Bartholomew won first in bridge, and, Preston Chapln in "500." At 10:30 members servec "hamburger" and date ' pudding Twenty-five cents each was asked as Is the custom at all similar par tiea. Party for Sunday School Class— Mrs. Jorgen Skow entertained dozen young people New Year's day all member* of her daughter Fi delta's Sunday school class. Games were played and refreshments sery ed. : '' .' ' ' '" ' E. L. Rally Hold at Burt— Fourteen, Epworth League young people attended the rally at Bur Friday evening. Our delegation wa the third largest present. The coun Is made In actual numbers, not in ratio to membership. Lieut. Mumma to Coast- Lieutenant. Mumma, who had been the guest of his wife's parents dur ing the holidays, left Friday even Ing for Los Angeles. B. B.' Boyg Play at Britt— i' The Wesley boys' basketball tear will Play at Britt Tuesday night Friday the girls gp to Whittemor to play the academy there. Other Wesley tfewa. M.r, and Mrs. Carl Hansen an Orville Moore, and Mr. and Mrs Gordon C. OMddings and the Ray mond Hansens, and had dinner Sun day wtth Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen, Kanawha. The Raymoni Hansens returned last week Tues day, following a holiday visit with Mrs. Hansen'a relatives at Burling ton,. • .., '.Mrs. G. A. Wenk and her chll dren, accompanied by Lulu Moor and Mrs. Moore, left Saturday. Th two visiting women had spent th holidays with their parents, the Rev and Mrs. 0. H. Moore. The Wenks home is at Madison, S. D.. and Mis Moore teaches at Lincoln, Neb. Mrs Moore will visit her children a week Edw. Studer, Excelsior, visited hi parents, the Nathan Studers, fron last week Tuesday to Friday even Ing. Friday Nathan ^tuder, hi daughter Emma, and son Ed, drov Doctor "' to Mason City to see Brlen. Mr. and. Mrs, Oscar their son Forest, and Severt Moe 'all of 'Elmhurst, 111-, left Saturday visit wit aunt. Evelyn EricXson re Mr. Moe lonnerl son's nmlned here. Chiles Murphy >we the Ed MUte entertained th " wered roll-call by giving her "Favorite Type of House." Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sago and their son Hoy, Portland, spent the weekend with Mrs. Sage's mother, Mrs. urgoflbn, and Mr. and Mrs. Hodges. 'hey came Friday and returned unday, Oscar Schwopps, Williams, formerly Wesley, accompanied by Mrs. chweppe, .visited hero Sunday with lie lattor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. The John Hutchisons attended a umliy dinner given by the Bud •a\VHons at Corwlth, New Year's ay. Mrs. Lawson was formerly Ross Hutchison. Bison Braley recently assisted vlth an appendicitis operation at he Doctor Irish hospital, Forest "Ity. Mrs. Everett Welland Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, at Mlngton this week. Beverly Kerrlns returned Satur- lay at Knlamazoo, Mich., where she attends school. LAKOTAN HOME FROM CANADA; FARMERS HIT Lakota, Jan. 13—Ed Outknecht got home from Saskatchewan New Year's day by train, via Winnipeg. Arriving at Albert Lea, he found the rain time changed and no train to Dakota till next day; but he wan fortunate enough to find sonv o bring him home. He .nays the weather there had been much the same as here up to the time he left, with little or no snow; but there were three heavy snowstorms In September and October. Farm prices lave been BO low on grain that thousands of acres hare not been, and never will be, cut. The grain wa« damaged by the snow. Some acreages not cut are large, some small. Flax was practically all cut, and the quality was not damaged by weather conditions. Grain' prices average 15 to 20c lower there than lere. The duty on wheat from the IT. S. to Canada is 12c, and from Canada to the U. S,,,,42c. The price In-Canada of No. !• Northern 'was only 29c when he left: Not; much oats Is raised, and the average price Is less than the freight charges. Ed pooled hla flax at 50c initial payment. He had 550 .acres of grain in 1930. Taxes average $72 a quarter Including a tax for government- owned telephones whether one has a telephone or not. Ed will spem the remainder of the winter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Augus' Gutknecht, going back In March. Light Plant History Given By Register Sunday's Des Atolnes Register featured the following AJgona dispatch: •. The Algona municipal light and water plant In 33 years has Increased an original Investment of ? 10,000 Into a strictly modern and paid for plant valued at $350,000, figures released here Saturday showed. The plant paid for Itself oUt of earnings, and has no bonded debt, Joe Kelly, superintendent, said. In addition, It has accumulated a sizeable sinking, fund. It hos had no current failure for 15 years. Over a radius of eight miles the plant serves 1-50 farms and 1,400 city homes. During the last year representative* of 15 cities have come here to study the plant ..prior to starting similar Improvements In their own cities. A new water-filtering plant .wjll be built.,.next., year, according. , to present plans. Operation on Mrs. ITnderdahl— Mrs. Ed Underdahl was taken sick New Year's evening with append! cltls, and as she did not improvi was taken to the Algona hosplta Saturday nlghU and an operation was performed by Doctors Wllliami and Crawford. Besides the appen dlx, a large stone was removed from the gallblader, and the patient Is re ported resting easily. Mrs. Sarah Patterson Is helping at the Under dahl home during her illness. A com Clnb Entertains Husbands- Acorn club members entertainec the 1 husbands at a New Year's party at the Woodman hall January with .35 in attendance. Most of the evening was spent at cards. Col ored paper hats were worn and ev eryone got a horn. The after sup per hour was given over to music Out, of town guests were Mary Toweler, Farlbault, and Mrs. Sadie Larimer, Chester, S. D. Lakotan l» Mason Ctty Teacher- Lena Gutknecht left via Algoni for Mason Ctty Sunday evening t resume her school work. She teach es in the McKlnley school, and say the board hired two extra teacher In November to take care of an overflow school, many of the chil dren coming from the beet-weede families.' • Attend County V, B. Conference— The George Winters and Mrs. J H, Warburton went-to Algona las week Monday to attend' a' Farm Bu reau meeting at the'Legion' hall, '-'A new H. D. A., Muriel,Body, Sac City has been hired, and is In charge o the woman's and girls' 4-H clu : project. Training School 1st Held— Emma Gutknecht attended a sub ject training school for the first lee son In second year clothing worl for the 4-H club girls at Burt Fri day. Emma Mcllrath, clothing spec lallst, gave the' lesson. Muriel Body PAGE FtVB JOS, WALTERS, WHITTEMORE DIES MONDAY Whlttemore, Jan. 0 — Joseph Walters died at his home Monday new.- H.' *>.->.*:, .jraa. ..present to help. Watch Party at Church— The Presbyterian young folks held watch night party at the church ast week Wednesday night, «7 attending. At 12 o'clock a watch night service was held, the Rev. Mr. Frerklng conductor. Quoting Bee to Mrs. R. E. Hamqulst had a qullt- ,ng party last week Tuesday afternoon, with the following women a* guests: Meadames N. E. NoMe. A. Q. Smith, Ed Clemens, Eaken, and Warburton. Roland Smith Again Slek— The Roland Smiths 'an/1 Mra. Delia Smith were New Year's guests at W. E. Outknecht'a. Thta was the first time Mrs. Delia Smith has been out since her recent Illness. Other Lakota. .jRoland Smith had a severe attack of • rheumatism last week Wednesday. He has, suffered much during the last few years, b'ut 'till this attack had been thought cured. taking chiropractic O'Keefes entertained He Is again treatments. The Oran the following guests New Year's day: the Swan Olsons and Ed Hubbards, Estherville; the' Henry Olsons, Algona; Anna Hoffdahl, Minneapolis; and John Torine, Fort Dodge. The Rev. Mr. Frerklng drove to Algona Saturday to meet Miss Carson, of St. Ansgar. one of the teacn- ers, who came toy bus Dodge, Miss Careon from makes Fort her home with the Frerkings while she Is teaching here. The F. Gus Torinee entertained the following persons at dinner ane supper New Year's day: the Samue Warburtons and Perry Torlnes, ol Swea City; Mrs. N. E. Noble and the J. H. Warburtons, Lakota. Messrs. Hlght and O'Gara, Mason City, were here Friday doing some work connected with the telephone service.- The Harold'Pierces,'-loca telephone managers, were at Maeon City Saturday. Maynard Ukena and Henrietta Aldrecs left Saturday for Dubuque where Maynard attends college am Henrietta teaches. Violet Frerking left for Dubuque via Algona Sun day evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson came home from Knoxvllle Friday. They spent New Year's wltl Mrs. Johnson's parents. They stop ped at Des Molnes on the way home and did some shopping. Mrs. Margaret Faulkner cam home Sunday, from her daughter's where she had been 'helping care for a new grandchild. She reports mother and baby doing well. Mra. William Turley la entertain ing her mother, Mrs. Bertha Jens void, and her sister, Mrs, Sadie Lar Imer, both of Chester, S. D. Mra. -John Smith entertained he, sister,., Mary .Rlckard,-, and; a cousin RUth Blerdlng, both i of Eldora, dur. Ing the holidays, " •' ' The Martin Beckers, Algona, am the Nick Koppens, Lakota, were New Year's guests of the ' P. L Koppens. a The E. R, Worleys spent Sunday afternoon vielting the Iversons a Ringeted. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Needham go home from a short trip to the Twin Cities one day last week. norning. Mr. Walters has not been n good health for 4 or 5 weeks, and and kidney Jled of chronic heart rouble. ,-. ral services will'be held at Michael's church by Father Wednesday morn- ln the Velt this ng, ocal ?».^ r Klbert - p eter Kollasch, „,.;-'!? K-.l/isoh. w. A. Blbert, and Otto Kaschmittor. nnM Waa the Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Walters, and was born at Odell, 111., January 3> ^ and grew up to manhood In that z 29, to , Hclen and lived Odell till ™ "hey They then 1fVed wlfe Walter,, o, Ch ' ca6 ' - ° ne 8l8tcr - wo6d ' A KranaiKJ wood, son of Leo. lUao survives. *• P. S- Watches old Year Out- r>ur. the Geo. foeyers, Whittemore, were Sunday guests at the Herman Volghts southeast of town. The Henry Schultz family, Whittemore, and the Guy Kuypers, Rodman, spent Sunday at the Wash Harris home In West Bend, In honor .of Mrs. Harris's birthday. Ksther and Amelda L.avrenz, Algona, spent the holidays at Arthur Holderiwlth's and with other old friends. The Herman Volants, oast of town, BDrnice Balgeman, Whltte- mo)-c, and Rsther and Amelda were 'ast week Wednesday 6 o'clock dinner guests of the Heldenwlths. Margaret Blbert, Whittemore, spent the holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elbert, at Springfield, Minn. She Is taking a commercial course at Presentation academy, Whittemore. The Theodore Knechts and the Peter Kollasches Sr. family drove to Sheldon Saturday to take home Mrs. Henry Kaschmltter and her daughter, who hod visited Whittemore relatives during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen and Henry Behnke took Delores Finnell o Mason City Sunday. She teaches at a consolidated school at Rock Falls. Last week Tuesday E. J. Gltmore, Algona, and T. H. Cullen, Emmets'- >urg, attended a meeting of the >oard of .directors of .the Fajjners' State bank.• -•... . •.'•.••>•'.> '••'"' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Esser and. Cletus and Rosella Caatietoni, 'St. D., are vlaitlngr Whittemore relatives. Mra. L,. A. Elke and the children have been visiting, relatives at Lincoln. Mrs. Michael Thill,-east of Whit temore, has been sick for the last week. - mass, and celebrant of the The convent chapel'IIa'd . tlfully decorated for the OC cas 10 n with Polnsettias'and^roses. anT he profession was performed dur ng he mass according to the ritual of the Presentation nuns, Collegian HoniiTfor Holidays— Beulah Carlisle, attending college with i, ' - 8pent the holidays with her parents, making the trip by car and taking several . college chums to their -homes on her way She was graduated as honor student from the Whittemore high school and Is maintaining a good record at college, where she Is at the head of her class in the subjects she "is taking. Priest Has Holiday assistant— Last week Father. Neuve, Creighton university, Omaha,- came to Whittemore to assist Father Wm Velt at St. Michael's church during the Christmas season. He returned to Omaha Friday and was accompanied as far as Fort Dodge by Father Veit. Father Gearen Well Situated— The William Hlggins family call ed on Father P. P. Gearen at his new parish at Onawa one day last week and found him well located, with good church and parish house. Party Honors Algon* Girls— Bernlce Balgeman entertained last week Tuesday evening In honor, of Amelda and Bather Lavrenz, Al gona. After all the guests had ar rived they were put to work at mak ing pop command candy. Academy Quint Beat* Bancroft— The" Presentation academy basket ball team played at Bancroft against the St. Jonh's quintet 'last .week Tuesday evening and won, 14-13. Other Whittemore. Lillian Heidenwlth, Whittemore and Amelda and Esther Lavrenz Algona, were New Year dinner guests at the Herman Volght home south of town. The Herman anc George Meyer families, Whittemore and Erwln, Alfred, and Edna Bruhn Falrville, were New Year dinner guests at the Henry Schultz home east of Whittemore. The George Kohls, Algona, and A new timepiece for the NEW YEAR! And for many years to come— if you choose • Gruen Watch, for they are xnarUy styled and fashioned to deliver accurate time at all limn ... With infinite care Guild Gmfumen build movement* rttat an marvels for dependabfllty—uny llttk gems ot mechantam thai faithfully tick off the n*nut»—constant reminders of appatnim^nf- to be kept antf hours o( pleasure. f A* LWW a drum A. H. Borchardt "JEWELRY Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA On Call of the Superintendent of Banking December 31, 1930 RESOURCES CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT- IT. S. Government Bonds »_' Municipal and State Bonds Commercial Paper Cash and due from Banks FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS ON IMPROVED REAL ESTATE LOANS TO CUSTOMERS STOCK IN FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OVERDRAFTS BANKING HOUSE _ FURNITURE AND FIXTURES __ _ 341,000.00 61,200.00 14,000.00 250,638.31 $ 666,838.31 143,200.00 282,639.25 .. 2,100.00 3.31 15,000.00 5,500.00 LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS UNDIVIDED PROFITS DEPOSITS 1,115,280.87 $ 50,000.0* 35,000.00 Mt&7t 1,028^88.08 9 1,115,280.87 CASH AND ITS EQUIVALENT $ 66I&88.31 DEPOSITS j$ 1,028,588.68 T* * Upon the merits of the above statement we solicit your business. many many styles new print shades Amazing/) good values? Never before have such values been offered. Style, work' manship, quality ol doth, and exquisite, colorful patterns make the^ Princes Peggy Dresses and Pajamas the peer of them all. Friday afternoon, Jan, 9th m

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