The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, AJgona, Iowa, Jan. 25,1934 SICKNESS HITS SEVEN FENTON MEN, WOMEN School Attendance Suffers Due to Colds, Throat Troub le and Complications Penton: Much sickness has been reported last week. Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf has been under the doctor's care With anemia. Mrs. H. E. Reimers has been suffering with neuralgia and neuritis. Herman Bonn Is ill with diabetes, Mrs. S. W. Meyer with throat trouble. Supt. Otterness was unable to teach Friday because of illness. Mrs. Emtl Haase has had a severe case of qulasy. Mrs. Amos Pinnestad has suffered with the pink eye. School attendance has been Irregular becaase of throat trouble, colds and the usual complication. 1 ;. 7tT Plan Sign-up Days Committeemen E. R. Schlei. Andrew K»dlng. Herman Drcyer, Peter Christensen and Leslie Hollister attended a Kossuth county corn-hog committeemen's meeting at Whlttemore last week Wednesday and Thursday. The campaign sign-up days have been set for this week Thursday and Friday at Lone Rock and next week Monday and Tuesday at Fenton. Election of candidates for permanent committeemcn will be held in connection with the campaign. Fenton Basketcers Win Fenton won a double header from Bancroft on the local floor Friday eve. The second team won by a score of 22 to 17 while the first, team won by a score of 35 to 20. At the opening of the game Fenton took the laed but soon were overcome by Bancroft. Fenton took the lead again. Then This changed all through the first quarter at the opening of the second quarter Fenton took a. good lead and held throughout the game. At the half the score was 22 to 10. Tite high school orchestra furnished music between the halves. P. H. Bohn and H. G. Bohn were Emmetsburg business visitors last week Wednesday. Selma Meyers assisted in the Dr. S. W. Meyer home last week during the illness of Mrs. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder and Mrs. E. Reeder were entertained at the Harry Haase home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Schlei nnd son. Elwyn were Sunday dinner guests at the Char's* Weisbrod home. Pauline Osborn has obtained a position as a CWA worker nt a nursery school at LuVerne. She began tench- ing Monday. The F. H. Bohns were entertained at the E. H. Dehnert home in LuVerne Sunday The Dchnerts are former Fenton residents. Dr. J. T. Waite accompanied Dr. A. T. Whitlow of Swea City to DCS Moines Monday to attend a convention of Iowa veterinarians. L. J. Weisbrod's Sunday School class of boys were entertained at the home of C. C. Voigt. Sunday, in honor of Paul Voigt's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and [amily and Wm. Holldorf of Ceylon, Minn., spent Sunday at the R. N. Kyle and Wilbert Holldorf homes. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Stanley Munch accomoanied by LeRoy Eocltcher of Burt were Mason City business visitors last week Monday. ANNUAL BANQUETFORGOODHOPE MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS GIVEN BY MEN Good Hope: The annual banquet of the Union township Mothers and Daughters club held at Good Hope community room last Thursday was a social event of unusual Interest. The men folks of the members who were supposedly the puest of the occasion, assumed full responsibility for the successful functioning of the event nnd proved themselves efficient managers. The committee consisted of Otto Engstromi chairman, W. J. Bourne, Jake Smith. H. J. Bacon. Claude Dearchs and Frank Hofius. Refreshments of which the sub- stantials were furnished by the men supplemented by covered dish elements of the lighter touch furnished by the women was served i at one o'clock. Dinner was follow- I e<3 by the program introduced with community singing led by Rev. Allen Wood. The Rev. W. G. Muhleman of Algona then presented his pictures of the Century of Progress which were received with much enthusiasm by the audience. Vocal numbers by Miss Lena Bennett, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bennett who accompanied herself on the guitar, were much enjoyed. There followed a debate on the question. "Resolved That the Mothers and Daughters Club has done more for Union Township than the Farm Bureau." Participants were S. H. McNutt, Joe Ricker. Harold Jones and Frank Hofius, who were successful in injecting elements of both a serious and amusing nature into the meeting. The meeting adojurned following a short business session. Thursday for a short visit with relatives here. She left Sunday for Spencer, where she is employed In the Fred Jones home. Mrs, A. J. Krause was hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. O. H. Graham won high score, and Mrs. E. W. Rufke the low. Mrs. F. H. Bohn was a club euest. Dr. J. A. Mueller pave a reading of the play. "Green Pastures." at the M. E. church Sunday evening. This play was awarded the Pulitzer prize in 1930. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod sang a negro The firemen's ball Friday night was | spiritual after the reading, well patronized by a large attendance from surrounding communities as well ns the local. The proceeds amounted to $30. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and son, H. A. GoeUch of this place and Hildreth Pettit of Lone Rock were Des Moines business visitors last week on Wednesday. Florence and Frances Andereson of Swea City. Wilfred Stoeber and Stanley Munch were six o'clock dinner guests at the Ray Stoeber home on Sunday evening. Kate Newel of Hartley came last Many Algona Homes Have Been Kept Warm Thi« Winter With Anderson's Coal Order your next supply from ns. Our Coal and service will please you. Anderson Grain and Coal Co. Phone 308. Algona, Iowa. Karl Schwartz. Coo College student of Cednr Rapids, came last week Wednesday for a visit between .semesters with his parents. Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Edith Langp drove here from Cednr Rapids on Friday and they returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Clifford Frink were DCS Moines business visitors lost week Wednesday. Greenfield and family. The ladies are sisters. Donald, little three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring, was sick the first of the week. His parents took him to Britt to a doctor Monday •nornlng. Mrs. Amy Smith. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and four little daughters were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond near Wesley. Mrs. Ida May Harris and daughter, j Eldon Stoffel, Union, Enter* Mayo Clinic Union: EWon Stoffel accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel drove to Rochester, Minn., last vreek Tuesday where Mrs. Stoffel entered the Mayo Clinic. On Sunday morning she submitted to a major operation for gall stones. Eldon returned Wednesday, but Mr. Stoffel remained with his wife. Gertrude and Betty Stoffel are recovering from sieges with the flu. The Jim Devine family as well a many others have been confined ft home with severe colds. The Louis Bode family were Sun rtiy dinner quests at the Charles Gra ham home, north and east of Wesley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer and t-h laUer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney iSrdmann attended a card party at the Catholic academy at St. Benedict recently. The Joe Arndorfer family and Mrs Amdorfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barmy Erdmann of Minnesota were entertained at the Louis Bode home Saturday evening of last week. Eleanor cruikshank, B. N., is carlns for Mr. and Mrs. John Reid of the Good Hope neighborhood. Mrs. Reid recently returned from a hospital, being a sufferer with rheumatism. Hanson is Mrs. Harris. Mrs. Sarah Wise returned home on Thursday afternoon from Wesley where he had visited since Monday at the home of her daughter. Mrte. Henri Phillips and family. Marjorie Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Black east of town, visited ^! 1 .!L w . c _ rt> -" ccom S a "- i l d .^. y , Mrs : ?' A ,' Saturday with her aunt. Mrs. Catherine Green and family in Algona. She returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and two sons, Wilbur and Everett, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Merriam and family near Corwith. Mrs. Merriam is .a sister Dr. Julius Winkel of Algona motored o Iowa City on business last Wednesday. He was accompanied by his mo- her who visited with her daughter, Lacina, who lives at Tiffen, Iowa. da .. ffhfcr of i Daughter, Dona Jean were guests < uaugmtr ji | Satl , r( j ay evening of last week at a card oarty at the Austin Gardner home in Plum Creek township. On Wec!- resday the Ausiln Gardner and Stanley Gardner families visited at the Leonard Cruikshank home. The third of a series of neighborhood card parties was held at the Jacob Winkle home on Tuesday evening Huskamp who will remain for a week or more visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter and family. Mrs. Clifford Frink, Edna Frink, Adella Frink, Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greinert and the Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Stahmer attended a miscellaneous pre-nuptlal shower in hon>'r of Bertha Voigt Friday night. Miss Voigt will be married to Louis Greinert this week Tuesday. of Mr. Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond of near Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and family of near St. Bene. _ —j,,,, n, -r, .1 »» T - rrT I diet were Sunday dinner guests at the Snydef and SSag Wa^rtd Ph£ h ° me <* ** ™*' m ° ther ' «* *"* is, Mr. and Mrs, Frank McFall and Heartiest Congratulations To The Algona Cooperative Creamery Company on the conclusion of another year of successful operation and management Manufacturing and merchandising products of the highest quality and animated hy the Spirit of Service to Patrons and Customers—your success is a worthy example and an inspiration to all your 5 friends. The Algona National Farm Loan Association Extends Congratulations! Officers: (jeorge W. Brown, President, Algona; W. II. King, Vice President, Algona, IT. I). ITutch- ius, Secretary-Treasurer, Algona. Board of Directors La- Smith, west of town. daughters, Janet and Phyllis, were entertained last week Tuesday evening at the T. N. McFall home In honor of Mr. McFall's 68th birthday. Lena Bleckwenn. formtr Fenton resident, writes from Jackson, Michigan, informing friends she has accepted the position of operating supervisor at the Jackson infirmary. Miss Eleckwenn is the daughter of Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn of this place and !s a graduate nurse from the Mayo hospital at Rochester, Minn. The five hundred club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs of Algona last week Monday night. Delbert Hanna won high score and Ferdinand Mueller received the low. Mr. and Mrs. George Jcntz entertained them Sunday evening and Fred Jenta, Jr., won lilgh toon and Mrs. Ornie Eehrends received the consolation prize. An instruction meeting, called by the chairman of the corn-hog contracts, Bert! Berkland, was held last week in the center school house, Independence township. E. A: Huskamp, August Sorenscn, Oscar Solberg and G. V. Glf- fen, men from four other school districts were appointed to hold similar meetings at their school houses for the purpose of getting signers for the corn-hog contracts. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Agnes entertained at two tables of bridge last Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. C. F. Gibbons of Hawley, Minnesota, who has been making an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. Mrs. Gibbons will leave the latter part of this week for Dodge Center, Minn., where she will visit another daughter, Mrs. James Bey, before returning to her home. Guests at the party were the Mesdames C. H. Geronsin, H. C. Lind- fcey, F. H. Eigler and J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. J. T. Walte was hostess to the Hook and Needle club last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Bellinger, Mrs. F. J. WeUbrod and Mrs. G. W. Newel were club guests. Mrs. F. H. Bohn entertained her sewing circle tin same day and the afternoon was spent in quilting. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey was a club guest. Mrs. Alvin Zumach and Mrs. H. H. Wiciel joined the club. Mrs. nctm had a quilting party again on Friday. Thoso present were Mesdames Herman Krau;e, Herman Luedtke, W. C. Stumer, Frt-ci Dau and H. G. Bohn Miss Alice Comp of Winterset who has been visiting the past two weeks at the home of Her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, left Saturday evening for LuVerne where she will visit another uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wermersen and family. LuVerne Couples Observe Fortieth Wedding Anniv'ary LuVerne: Mr. nnd Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer and children and W. B. Mason were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Chapman Wednesday evening. After supper, «*vertrt relatives and friends -were invited into the Chapman home, where the evening was spent In playing rook. The event was the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict. Light refreshments were served. The annual telephone meeting of lines 7, 16 and 25 was held Friday. All old officers were reelected. A corn-hog production school was held Monday evening at the church in charge of G. A. Bonostetter. The Lee Green family of Algona are o move March 1st to the Shaddick 'arm now occupied by the Ed Jorgensen family. Arthur Wildln IB holding his own and slowly improving after the recent njury and the amputation of his left eg below the knee. Mrs. Rome Robinson of Irvington spent three days of last week, at the H. I. Sabin home. Mr. Robinson and Mrs Wermemen Entertains The M. E. Missionary society met on Thursday with Mrs. Dick Wermersen. The program consisted, of a playlet, •The Magazine Recovery Act," by the Mesdames Archie Sanford, Dick Wer- mersen, Harry Lichty, Phil Llchty and Ray stone. A musical number was giv- n by Mrs. Harold Phillips, a reading ay Mrs. F. I. Chapman, talk, "Our Yesterdays," by Mrs. Maynard Spoon- Refreshments were served. W. IT. Patterson, kola Charlie C. Egel, Irving- (Jeo. AV. Brown, Algona W. H. King, Algona Herman Carlson, Wesley ton. .Members or' the Loan Committee: Thomas B Metcalf, Algona; \V. 11. Patterson, Lakota; Charlie C. Egel, Irvington. Alternate Members of the Loan Committee: Tierman Carlson, AVeslev, Thomas F. Berg, Klmore, Alinn., (I*. ().); William Jeutz, Fenton; W H. King, Algona; (Je.orge E. .Sanders, Elmore, Minn. (P. O.); Joseph Besch, AVhittemore. Towa. The Algona National Farm Loan Association is the accredited agency for Kossuth county and adjacent Iowa t-owiujiips for the placing o£ Farm Loans on the long-term, cooix'raiivtr, amortization plan tlirough The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, and the Office of The Land Bank Commissioner. Fetl free to consult with L.S about your farm loan problems at any time. We are at your service. Our office quarters are 17 U East State S;rett, over "The Hub" Re- cr eat ion Parlor, 2nd Stairway west of the Iowa State Bank, Algona, Iowa. Tel. 205- W. H. D. Hutchins, Secretary -Treasurer. SEXTON NEWS Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Wednesday afternoon visiting at the home of Mrs James Brophy, west of town. Several children of Mr. and Mrs Alex Eiichen south of town are now having a siege of the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Monday visiting at Tuonka at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and family. Miss Mary Harris returned to Algona Monday afternoon alter spending Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Ida May Harris. Charles Peterson of Minnesota spent the first of last week here on business. leaving for his home again Wednesday evening. Dorothea Pasley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pasley, was ill and was absent from school several days last week but is belter now. Aloysius Kir&chbaum ol near Forest City spent Thursday night an[ j j.> r i- ciay at the home of his brother, Aug- Ltol Kirschbaurn and lamily. Walter Arnan. student at the Hamilton Business College at Mason City, spent, the week end ai the home of his parents, Mi\ and Mrs. George Arnan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and little son, Harvey Duane of Burt spent Monday at the Harvey Steven houit- north of town, helping cart; lor meat. Mrs. Walter Loreiiz of Algona spent Saturday afternoon vuAUng at the home of her sbttr, Mrs. V. M. Brethorst and family sc/uthiast of town. Mjr. and Mrs. Ansel Richards of AJ- gona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Rev. Koonce to Penn. Rev. A. J. Koonce, who has been pas:or of the LuVerne Presbyterian church for the past four years, haa resigned and with his family will leave February 1, for Eona, Pennsylvania, where he has accepted a call as pastor of a community church. New Teacher Hired The school board has hired Mlsa Pa'iline Osborn of Fenton as the new teaer'er in the public school. She will take charge of a new class of children under six years of age in pre-school work Monday. Mrs. Corbin visited friends in Fort Dodge a couple of days last week. Mrs. Bill Green took sick early Friday morning and was taken to the hospital in Fort Dodge. The Good Will club mt'. Thursday 'vjth Mrs. Alma Haversteln. Mrs. Free Miller was assistant hostess. of this week. Those who attended are ihe Robert Loss, Robert Stewart, Geo. Kohi, Peter Erpelding, Lawrence Gish, Robert Harvey, Nets Beck, and Otto Engotrom families. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Invest in. Farm Real Estate You will benefit by INFLATION if you Invest Now in Good Farms Over 400 in Kossuth county to choose from. Terms to suit any purse. •! McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120. the Aagnst BoWnsona visited at ths Sabm home Sunday. Mrs Frances Nyles is home from Iowa «ty after treatment and an operation for eye trouble. 8he Is somewhat Improved. Her trouble was pol- eon from rheumatism. Lewis Wildln, Sr., took a train at Uv- ermore Thursday night, going to DM Moines, and Friday, taking x-ray tre»t- ments. He returned that evening to Algona on the bus. He Is to return again in six weeks. The Earl Powell family of Mason City spent Saturday night at the Wl- tha'm home, also Sunday at the Greenfield home and at the John Ulfers home noith of Fenton. Sunday night was spent at the Will Runchey home and they returned to their home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Julius Studer of Corwith has been spending nights with frtendaiir and near Algona since Thursday nt|ht, when the eldest son, Henry, underwent an operation at the Kossuth h«- pltal for appendicitis from which he IB speedily recovering, having taken 111 at 3 a. m. Tuesday. Forty were present at the Mothers and Daughters club party Friday evening at tiie L. A. Olson home. Mesdames D. B. Wlldin and M. L. Button were the committee. Some visited and flte hundred was played at 5 tables, high? score being won by Mrs. D. B. Wlld- in, and Milton Pelrce, low. The next meeting In February Is scheduled to be at the home of Mrs. Bjelland, tn. Algona. Those clean-up radio prices at Gamble's can't last much longer—the stock is nearly exhausted. Radios, $12.95 and up. * wxtt&anx^^ Specials For Friday and Saturday Regular $2.00 25x50- inch Rug for only 4 patterns Inlaid Linoleum per square yard .1 patterns Kolor Thru, per square yard .1.25 1.00 95c Suites of Distinction and Quality at the Following Low Price* 3 Piece Bed Room Suite $42.50 and up Gamble with Your Clothes How many limes have you tried to take the spots our of <-leaned garments at home and found to y<>ur disappointment that you had ruined the garment { To say nothing of the fire risk. \Vhy take chances when you can play safe hy sending your garments to us. Our prices are rea- s< liable and our service is first class. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 5!J7 Algona, Iowa. 8 Piece Dining Room Set, $89.50 value for $69.50 Foster's Furniture Co. * \ &M3a&a&a0&&^^ •*^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^^~~**~~~~~~~~mmmmmmmmmt Public Sale As I am about to quit fanning and move to town, I will sell the farm stock and equipment listed below at iny place, 2 1 /£ miles west and 4Vii miles south of Algona, (41/j miles south of Hoharton) at public auction on TUESDAY, JAN. 30 Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Two Good Milch Cows, 5 years old, fresh six weeks. Also Two Calves, Six weeks old. Two wagons, wide tires with triple box; one grindstone; two single row cultivators; cream separator; two John Deere 8-ft. discs; one hayrack; one 9-ft. disc; brooder house; McCormick-Deering endgate seeder with grass attachment; one steel flexible harrow nearly new; one McConnick-Deering corn planter 4 yrs. old with 80 rods of wire,' John Deere 8-row cultivator four years old; sulky plow; Deerhig grain binder; hay rack; McCormick- Deeing manure spreader, good as new; John Deere mower, 5-ft., new; other articles too numerous to mention. Also a few Ithode Island Chickens, Dining Koom Suite, Bed, Dresser, R. S. Howard Piano. LAURENCE OLSON Lou Alatern, Auctioneer Bert Balbraith, Clerk. Terms: CASH—no property removed until settled for. WtfWWVW i! ! '

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