The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 18,1934 LEAD COMMUNITY CLUB AT LUYERNE Hanselman, Lichty Are Warned Other Officers; Renwick Man Talks LnVerne: The men's community club •eW their meeting Monday evening In tfce gymnasium. Election of officers was held . Officers elected were: president, Ed Dehnert; vice president, Gottlieb Hanselman; secretary and treasurer, P. O. Iiichty; executive committee, •a Anderson, J. L. Eustace and Otto Willey. After the business meeting there was a fine program. R. E. Cook of Renwick gave a talk which was very *nuch enjoyed by all. Refreshments •were served by the committee. M. E. Missionary society met on Thursday with Mrs. H. C. Allen. Mrs. LaVern Jeffries visited her husband Sunday at the hospital in Port Dodge. Miss Anna Murray spent Sunday in Mrermore with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Henry Steussy was operated on Sat- wday at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Special for One Week A well improved 80-acre farm, near school, low taxes. Full prise $5500 Reasonable terms. Possession March 1st. See or Call Us at Once. McDonald & Co. Mowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120 Harold Hof of Somner visited last week at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hof. Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard of Renwlck spent Sunday with «h* Wm. Blping and W. P. Godfrey homes. The M. E. Ladles' Aid meet Wednesday with Mrs. Austin Burtis. Mrs. A. L. Spooner Is assistant hostess. Will Stone of West Bend visited here last week at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone and with other friends. The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid met Wednesday with Mrs. I. H. Benedict. The cemetery association met Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Prank Biegger. Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Baddeley were in Wooktock Thursday where Rev. Baddeley conducted funeral services for Joseph Lyle Schutt, 17 year old youth who was killed Tuesday while assisting others in felling a tr?e. Tne tree fell on Che boy, crushing his chest. The Progressive club met with Mrs. Alexander Evans Friday. There' were fifteen members present answering to the roll call, "Iowa Bible Workers." "What Religion Does for Personality" was given by Mrs. Wm. Badde'ey and Mrs. Ray Stone was In charge of the Bible c-uiz. Mrs. Wilma Mosher and Mrs. Ernest Woito assisted th* hostess in serving refreshments. The Tuesday club met with Miss Florence Hof Tuesday afternoon. The roll call was answered by members naming some composer. A paper by Mrs. Peter Thompson was read on "Some Composers." A solo was given by Mrs. Opal Morrison and a musical reading by Miss Bernice Swensen accompanied by MlEa Irene Swensen was much enjoyed by the club members. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Union Folks Back From New Mexico Union: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey returned Thursday noon of last week from an auto trip to Clayton, New Mexico, where they visited and spent Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Wight and family. On New Year's during their stay they made a trip to see the famous Carlsbad Cavern, located near the southern boundary line of New Mexico, about 400 miles south of Clayton. This cave is now owned by the government, but was discovered by a Mr. Jim White, a rancher. He came upon this cave accidentally one day when he noticed a group of bats flying in and out. It Is very large. One room, perhaps the largest, is 750 feet high. The party entered the cave at 10:30 a. m. with guides and completed their observations at 3:30 p. m. Dinner was served in a room equipped for that purpose. The tour through the cave is seven miles In length, but thirty-four miles have already been explored that Is not as yet open to the public. The interior is very similar to the cave of the winds and one cannot describe Its beauty. It has to be seen to be appreciated. Roclu are formed by the mixing, of the wind and water. The Baileys left Clayton Monday morning, stopping enroute at Ponca, Oklahoma, where they visited a former neighbor, Mrs. L. J. Morgan. Mrs. Morgan was formerly Mabel Barr and the family owned the farm now tenanted by the Louis Bode family. FENTON SCHOOL PLAN MAY GET UNDER WAY IN NEAR FUTURE CWA Would Finance Cost of Teacher; Those Interested Asked to Report at * m* Track for $1.00? That'* what you pay at Gamble's for your 2nd tire. Just t "buck" more when you buy your flrsi tire at the standard list price. Until February First on all renewals to the Algona Upper Des Moines The response to our offer of SO a year Proves that Kossuth County wants THE GONA UPPER DES MOINES and appreciates this extraordinary offer, good lor thw month only, to all subscribers living in Kossuth county. Fenton: The P. T. A. held their meeting last week Wednesday night at the high school auditorium. The following program was given: two selections by the girls' glee club, "Cradle Song. 1 ' nnd "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life.' Two reels of movie pictures of tho Century of Progress were shown. Lorene Drey- CT gave a talk on, "A Community Library for Penton." Several organizations have pledged their support to the movement and they are in search of a suitable space to keep the books. Superintendent Otterness presided as the chairman in the absence of the vice president and he stated that application has been made for an adult night school to be held at the Fenton public school house. If this Is granted by the CWA the school will start January 22, 1934. The expense of employing a teacher will be born by the U. S. government under the CWA act. An unemployed teacher of the vicinity of Fenton will be secured for an instructor. The plan Is to teach typewriting. Anyone sixteen years of age or over may enroll. At least 10 students must be secured for this project to have it granted. Already three adults have expressed their desire to enroll. Anyone who is Interested report to the superintendent of Fenton public school. Classes in other subjects may be organized provided sufficient adults enroll. Any subjects under the following classification may be taught adults under CWA provided all requirements of the state department of education are fulfilled: elementary subjects, illiteracy, vocational education, general adult education and nursery schools. If we are permitted to operate an adult school under the CWA students are to meet at the Fenton public school house Thursday, January 18 at 7:30 p. m. A lunch was served by the hostesses, Mesdames E. C. Fauerby, O. W. Newel, R. N. Kyle, John Ulfers, Ferdinand Miller, Arthur Miller, E. J. Frank and George Boettcher. Arlo Kanney to improving slowly from a serious attack of erysipelas. Frances Bailey of Britt spent the week end at the parental Frank Bailey home. Bernice Bolton of Rockford is making an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. E. D. White. Ijorenn and Ella Dreyer attended a leaders' 4-H club meeting at Algona last week Monday. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Walte were entertained at the Dr. A. T. Whitlow home In Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Stcphenson of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of Dr. and Mfg. S. W. Meyer. George Jordan of Kenostia, Wisconsin, left last week Tuesday after spending the holidays with LeRoy Huskamp. Viola Merrill of Bancroft has been hired as operator In the City Beauty Shop. She began work this week, Monday. T. O. Lively of Palestine, Texas, returned home last week Monday after a three weeks' visit at the J. F. Newel home. Mrs. Lottie Hawcott and Mrs. W. E. Brace of Burt spent last week Monday and Tuesday with the tatter's daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Clark and son, Virgil of Emmetsburg visited Mrs. Clark's father, David Walte, at the Dr. J. T. Waite home, Sunday. Mm. O. H. Graham attended the Mothers club meeting at Lone Rock last Thursday. She gave a review on 'One Hundred Million Guinea Pigs." Charles Stelnbach received word last week Tuesday of the accidental death of his brother. Ray, at White, South Dakota. He left the same day for White. Twelve member of the local Ep- wprth League attended a rally at Huntinirton last week Monday night. There was an attendance of 100 at the rally. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bolllnger entertained at dinner last week Tuesday, the Charles Lovejoys of Bnkor, Oregon, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wcisbrod. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olthoff Saturday. She wn.s named Saloma Emily, ithey now have three sons and one daughter. Clara Bruhn Is assisting In the home. The Methodist Aid society will be held this week Friday afternoon in the church parlor. Hostesses will be Mesdames Hattie Weisbrod. S. E. Straley, J. F. Newel and Charles Newel. Applications have been made for the civil service examination for the Fenton post office by J. A. Schwartz. W. R. Wolfe, Paul Eigler, Glenn Dlteworth, E. A. Huskamp and Irene Newel. Mrs. Anna Osborn and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage attended «he funeral of Mrs. Michael Johnson at Algona this week Monday. The deceased was the mother of Bertha Johnson, former county auditor. The following hostesses will serve at a birthday tea at the Methodist church Tuesday, January 23, Mesdames J. T. Waite, Charles Weisbrod, S. W. Meyer, W. P. Weisbrod, Hans Baago and R D. White. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theesfield of Armstrong, Theodore Krueger and a Mr. Kraft of Lone Rock and Mr. and Vtrs. Walter Jentz and family were ntortained Sunday at the Clarence Theesfield home. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R. Schlel and son, Elwin and Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Bdward Weisbrod and son, Milton and daughter. Lucille, were six o'clock dinner guests at the Rev. J. T. Snyder lome last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Heddinger are the parents of a boy since January 6. He was named George Arthur. The Ileddingers now have four girls and ;wo boys. Mrs. Elbert, mother of Mrs. Heddinger, is assisting them. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf entertained their church school class at their home Friday evening. Bunco, rook and somerset were played. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Voigt were assistant hosts and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod had as their dinner guests, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod and sons, Wallace and Robert Fred of Emmetsburg, Margaret Stephenson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel and Gladys Stoeber and Mrs. Emma Curry.' Mrs. H. J. Reedar was hostess to the New Deal bridge club last week Monday night. Mrs. F. H. Bonn won the high score prize, Mrs. K. O. Stephenson travel prize, and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, the low prize. Mrs. K. O. Stephenson of Algona, Mrs. C. L. Osborn, Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs. Harry Haase were guests of the club. The Woman's club held their regular meeting last week Tuesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. W. T. Ohm Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod was assistant hostess. Eighteen members were present Each recited a proverb in response to roll call. Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mrs John Lght read papers on the Women of the Bible. Mrs. Hattie WcUbroc gave a paper on the Rebuilding of Palestine. Mrs. C. F. Gibbons of Hawley, Minn., waa a guest of the club. Hans Krause and Lawrence Glaus entertained a group of friends at a sleighing party Saturday evening. Enjoying the courtesy were, Alice Glaus, Marjorle Bailey, Irene Krause, Beatrice Kramer, Irene Krause, Gladys Stoeber, Hazel Weisbrod, and Clara 3ramenz of this place, and Caleb Jartahorn, Gordon Haugland, Pat Tomer and Russell Peterson of Swea City. Refreshments were served at the A. J. Krause home after the ride. Alice Glaus had the misfortune of breaking a finger while on the ride. Burt Young Folks Enjoy Sleigh Party and Oyster Supper Burt: The freshman class enjoyed a sklgh party Tuesday evening of last week when ttiey went to the Car! Whitney home where they had a party for Jennetta, who will leave this work for Nevada. Enjoy Oyster Snpppr The following young folks rnfoyed an oyster supper at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Fairbanks. Sunday. Mr nnd Mrs. H. W. Traintr. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Chloman nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Merwyn Holding. Miss Bculah Larson railed at (lie C. S. Coffin home Friday. The Queen Esther girls had a doughnut sale last Saturday. Cecil and Violet Uoisg started to high school here Monday. Miss Irene Aten Is at Cedar Falls at the home of Mrs. Turnbull. Tom Trainer spent the week end at Kanawha at the Ed Trainer home. Mrs. 8. H. Aten entertained the sewing circle at her home last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MeArthur were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters Sunday. The county Legion and Auxiliary meeting was postponed recently and will be held Friday. The Queen Esther girls met Tuesday evening of last week at the home of Miss Lois Oraham. John Anker of Box Elder, South Dakota, was visiting at the O. C. Old- dings home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guide and their daughter of Bancroft spent Sunday nt ie C. C. Smith home. A kindergarten class of eleven little ots was started Monday. Miss Florince Stow is their teacher. .The special meetings at the Presby- erian church were postponed owing to he absence of Rev. S. H. Aten. Mrs. Aurllla Coffin went to Algona Sunday to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry McMurray. Lester Schwletert, son of Mrs. Eer-ha Schwletert has gone to Clear Lake where he has a Job as a meat cutter. Ivan Long moved his family from near Bwea City to the farm east of town occupied by the E. R. Colllnson family. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. C. S. Coffin with Mrs George Gray assisting. Mrs. Schmidt who has been staying icre with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Thaves Is visiting at the home of her son at Sac City at this time. Carl Carlson was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City on Tuesday of last week. Mr. Carlson has been ill for several months. Mrs. Carrie Taylor, Mrs. Henry Furst and son, Dick, and J. B. Cunningham of Algona spent Monday at the home of their uncle, B. V. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black and little daughter returned home Wednesday from Oklahoma, where they visited Stanley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O Black. Helen Gettman, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman, celebrated her fourth birthday Jan. 9 by entertaining a number of her little friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf received word lost week stating that their son, Earl of Newark, North Dakota, had broken his wrist while cranking; his car. Eldon Duncan celebrated his fifth birthday on Tuesday of last week. The Tom Trenary family and the Emil Pierson family and Mrs. Gottlieb Leek of Arnegard were at the Duncan home. Last Friday was Mrs. Walter Lockwood's birthday and tho following 'riends came in to surprise here, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann and children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salisbury and children, Mr. and Mrs. c?er- ald Brace and son. The guests a\\ brought well filled baskets for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Ohlpmnn drove to Armstrong Sunday whore they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holfra?on. Mrs. Hclgasnn had been sorinusly 111 with heart trouble the past week" Monday morning Mrs. Chlpman received word that, hor aunt had pa.ssed awny Sunday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chlpman went, to Armstrong Wednesday to attend the funeral. Mrs. South Resigns; to Go to Cedar Rapids Mrs. Gladys South has resigned her position as head of the ready to wear department of thfi Chrlschllles A: Herbst store and will leave February 1 for Cedar Rapids where she and Miss Loretta O'Connor of Mason City will open a sports dress shop. Mrs. Fern Hardgrovp, who has been employed in the rendy-to-wrar department for several years will take Mrs. Smith's place. Let the U. D. M.-R. estimate on your next Job of printing. SEXTON NEWS Miss Edith Greenfield was on the tick Uat Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Melvtn Kearn and children spent Sunday afternoon visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Black and family east of town, spent Saturday afternoon in Algona with Mrs. Black's father, Barney easier and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahrlng and little son Donald were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Neahr- ing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clave in Eritt. Mrs. Sarah Wlae went Monday to spend a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and family In Wesley. Mrs. Phillips is a daughter of Mrg. wise. Mrs. Dru&llla Noble returned to the home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise Sunday afternoon after a two weeks' vtalt with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and family east of Woden. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, NeU, and granddaughter, Yvonne Stratton, spent last Thursday at Burt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven, helping Harvey Duane celebrate his first birthday. Choir practice was held at the home of Marie Harris last week Saturday evening under the direction of Miss Miller of Algona. The choir is training for the music festival to be held within several weeks. Mrs. Hallard Snyder received word Sunday morning of the death of her grandfather, Richard Dodson. He passed away in California, but funeral services will be held in Humeston, Iowa, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and little daughter, Donna Jean, of northwest of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff and family. Mrs. Gardner is a sister of Mr. Huff. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Johnson and little son and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pogge of ne»r Ooldfleld were Saturday visit- on at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prad Neahrlng and family. Mrs. Johnson and Mat. Neahrtng are sisters. Mr. and Met. John Miller and four little ciaughtera of near St. Benedict, attended church Sunday ""rnitog here, and then were Sunday dinner guests at tbe tome of Mis. Miller's mother, ^ Miss Yvonne Stratton returned to her home near Britt Sunday afternoon after ten days spent visiting with her grandmother, Mrs 1 , Sarah Wise and family. Mrs. Wise, daughter, Nell and Mrs. Drusilla Noble took her to her home. Mrs. Josephine Stanton and son, Mark of Algeria were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy with her mother, Mrs. Mary Neur.ian, who makes her home during the winter months witti her daughter, Mrs. Brophy. Miss Neil Wise and Yvonne Stratton visited at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Hedrick and Miss Gertrude O'Neil ot Wesley. Both of them were patients in the hospital. The O'Neil family were old neighbors of the Wise family. Mrs. William Hedrick returned home Monday morning from the Kossuth hospital after being a patient there with a broken hip for the past seven weeks. She was brought home Monday morning in the ambulance. She Is getting along nicely, but is unable to move her limb yet. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Arthur Greenfield last week Thursday afternoon, and the meeting was well attended, there being 20 ladies present. Mrs. Jergea Stow conducted the Bible study. The next meeting will be held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and three children, Rex, Mitchell and Dean, Arthur Stueber, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith, Mrs. Amy Smith, Arthur Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham a mile west of town. The event was the wedding anniversary of the Cunninghams. Everyone reported a good time. White's Grocery Week End Specials Poaches, No. 10 can Pears, No 10 can 39c 43c Syrup, Golden 5 Ibs. _ _ 23c 10 Ibs. _ PrppoT'vef, imitation. 2 Ib. for . Macaroni, or Spaghetti, 2 Ib. box ._ Matches, f> boxes _ 43c 19c 15c 21c Blackberries, No. 10 can Apricot R No. 10 can Soap, Crystal 10 bars 5 large bars Oatmeal, large i)kK., 2 for Pumpkin, No. 2 si EC, 3 for _ Flour, 4!) Ibs. I?ose 39c 43c White 23c 18c 25c 19c 1.58 BUY COM Now Burn Great Heart Coal -and- Kentucky Wonder Block and you will have Heat Satisfaction. Prompt and Careful Delivery. Call 229. F. S. Norton & Son BUY COM Mm GET UP NIGHTS? USE BUCHU AND GIN Make This 25c Test It is as valuable to the bladder as castor oil to the bowels. Drives out impurities and excess adds which cause the irritation resulting in getting up nights, burning, frequent desire, leg pains and backache. On account of the alcohol use Juniper oil from which gin is made. Ask for Bukets. Uhe bladder laxative also containing buchu leaves, etc. After four days, if not pleased your druggist will return your 25c. You we bound to sleep better after thla Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa. At the close of business December 30th, 1933 RESOURCES Cash or Its Equivalent- United States Government Bonds $1)35,481.75 Municipal and State Bonds 31,700.00 Casli and due from Banks 838,865.81 $1,560,047.66 1st Mortgage Loans on Improved Real Estate 90,53436 Loans to Customers 24568358 Kossuth County Poor Fund Warrants II _"I 567478 Overdrafts ' No ' ne Banking Home, Furniture and Fixtures _____ 21,50000 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 3,000.00 Stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ' 1,'349.00 $1,873,789-28 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus __- 50,000.00 Undivided Profits ; 23,583.11 Deposits 1,750,206.17 $1,873,789-28 CASH, UNITED STATES, STATE and Municipal Bonds, $1,506,047.66. On the basis of the above statement we solicit your business. OFFICERS— R. H. Miller, President N. A. Smith, Vice President H. R. Cowan, Vice President If. L. (Jilxnore, Cashier F. L. McMahon, Ass't Cashier. Effective us of January 1, 1934, deposits in this bank up to $2,500 are insured to the extent provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Temporary Fund.

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