The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 25, 1934 60 PRESENT AT 1 BANQUET GIVEN BY BURT WOMEN Musical Numbers on Program Held by Circle on Last Friday Burt: The U. and 1. Circle held their annual banquet in the Legion hall last Friday. Sixty people were present, several families being unable to attend owing to illness. After the usual good dinner a program was given consisting of three one act plays, which •were very much enjoyed by all, two musical numbers and a paper by Mrs. ». Baatoff. Mrs. OK W. Leek of Arnegard was a guest. J. P. Cunningham is busy assessing this week. Mrs. Henry Smith is ill with influenza this week. C. I. Mansmith has been ill several days this week. D. M. Stewart has been ill and confined to his bed. Myron Chlpman is working at the Hans Koestler farm. Mre. J. II. Graham is visiting with relatives at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Oodden called at the Leo Pox iiome Monday. Mrs. Bornio Schutter died Sunday from a ruptured appendix. Mr. and Mrs. B. Pannkuk of Titonka called at the E. H. Pannkuk home recently. Viva Ward, the little daughter of Mr. Week End SPECIALS Choc. "Duets" a 1fl r per pound lOv a thin graham square rolled In pure chocolate. 2 pounds for 35c. Tomatoes, MorningOC- Light, 2 large cans titlv Crackers, 00 r 2 lb. caddy l*U\* Lard, ' 1 C r 2 pounds A"** Jello, asst. C r flavors, pkg *'*• Cocoanut, O r % lb. bag «J *• Navy Beans 1 ^ ^ 3 pounds \rt\f Jelly Beans 1O r assorted, pound Afc*v. XAaitrtunallows, Edwards, pound Fork and Beans, Morning Light, No. 2V6 Coffee, Council Oak, per pound Cake Flour, Robb-Roes, pkgl. >..... Cove Oysters 10 r large can !«!*• Camay Toilet Soap C r per bar «**• Salmon, tall cans, 9C,, 2 for *•«'*' Buckwheat Flour, OQ r Pure, 5 lb. bag <&Jl» W« welcome tbe Creamery Fat- ram to Alcona Mr the annual meeting. 1 A r IVv and Mrs. Hiram Ward, is ill with the influenza. Orlele Brooke left Saturday night for Iowa City where she will take a librarian course. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Thoreson and two children spent Sunday with relatives near Belmond. Mrs. Maurice Thompson returned home last week from Texas where she has been visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook of Laurens were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck recently. Mrs. Flossie Shiplcr was a dinner ft the Rnv McWhorter linme on Thursday evening. Mrs. Edna Black has been .suffering from a felon on her hand. She had it lanced last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney were guests of Mr. Heaney's parents at Kiestcr, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beimers of Wliit- temore visited the Wm. and L. M. Boettcher families Sunday. George Manus and Norman Sanderson came up from Fort Dodge to spend the week end with his parents. Maurice Coffin returned to DEs Moines Moriday after spending tjie week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey and three children from near Lakota spent Sunday at the C. I. Mansmith home. Mr. Fletcher of Lakota filled the pulpit at the Pesbyterlan church Sunday during the absence of Rev. Aten. W. F. Main of Grundy Center spent several days here with his sister, Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and family last week. A party was given at the George Graham home one evening last week in honor of Mrs. Fred Jennings' birtH- day. Miss Helen Witham who has been at the home of her uncle, Lem Stockwell is now working in the Beckworth Cafe. Miss Alice Eighme's class of Sunday School girls gave her a party at the H. A. Thompson home latet Friday night. Dean Clapsaddle came up from Cedar Rapids and spent the week end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. G. W. Leek and Harold Smith drove to Estherville last Thursday to visit their aunt, Mrs. Emily Platt. Word the first of the week from Rev. S. H. Aten reported his mother as improving and he expected to come home during the week. Mrs. Anna Stow, who is staying at the C. L. Fhelps home, spent Wednesday afternoon here with her sister, Mrs. Mary McDonald. Mrs. B. L. Cogdill is at the Cepha Gross home where she Is caring for Mrs. Gross and the twin babies, which were born last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lowe of Algona were dinner guests at the H. W. Trainer home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsen to Forest City on Tuesday of last week where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson and two children and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ryereon were dinner guests of and Mrs. George Gray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and son and MM. O. W. Leek were dinner gttnu aV the home of Mr. and tint. Will Ringsdorf Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son, Donald of Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and son were dinner guests at the G. C. Allen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher and two children spent Sunday at Rlngsted, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sen em- mel. W. H. Smith who has been seriously ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Floyd Duncan. Mrs. Ed Huber Is now keeping house for Mr. Smith and Harold. The litle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shlpler la staying with her aunt, Mrs. Roy Ollem, while her mother is at the University hospital in Iowa City for treatment. Samuel Trenary of Indiana came last They're Willing to Let Bill Barry Join Their Lodge in Old Spain W. A. Barry and E. W. Lusby now belong to the same lodge, the "Royal and Exalted Order of Help Our Spanish Prisoner Friend." Neither one, however, has paid his dues as yet. but they both know that they will be admitted to membership upon request. Last year E. W. Lusby received a long letter from Spain, from a poor soul who was worth plenty of coin, but needed n little help to got out of prison so that he could get the money. Last work Bill Barry received a letter in very much tho same vein. The two writers might almost have been brothers. Bill's letter follows: "Being Imprisoned here by bankruptcy I beseech you to help me to obtain a sum of $360,000 I have in America, being necessary to come here to raise the seizure of my baggage, paying to the register of the court the expenses of my trial and recover my portmanteau containing a secret pocket where I have hidden two checks payable to benrer for that sum. "As a reward I will give \ip to you the third part $12.000. I cannot receive your answer In the prison but you cnn send a cablegram to a person of my confidence who will deliver it to me. addressed as follows. "Am waiting your answer to instruct you all my secret, now I sign only. Y. First of all answer by cable, not by letter. List Correos. 273 Arnys dp Hflr (Spain). Conformr: Barry.'' Bill has shown a reluctance to join the lodge as he thinks maybe the membership fee would come a little too high, but he is willing that anyone else desiring can take his place. ary made his home here with his son several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer, Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Holding and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks at a waffle supper Friday. The Woman's club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. F. E. Rubey with Miss Mildred Anderson assisting hostesses. Mrs. R. H. Thompson and Mrs. Vtaude Hanna had a paper. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. Schroedcr spent Friday evening of last week at the Fred Carter home. They spent the evening playing cards. E. H. Pannkuk had part of the index finger on his left hand removed cnc day last week. He lost the other three fingers several years ago when a shot gun was accidentaly discharged. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and their cliildren, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and son, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pierson and children, and Mrs. G. W. Leek spent Sunday with their father, W. H. Smith. Dr. S. H. Van Rankin left Monday for Des Moines where he will attend a veterinarian's convention^ Mrs. Van Rankin will accompany him to Story City where she will visit her sisters and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddings drove to Wesley Monday afternoon to help their father, W. P. Glddings celebrate his 90th birthday. Mr. Giddlngs has been in poor health for some time. Clifford and Miss Helen Schrader, Stanley Black, and Warren Ringsdorf drove to Milwaukee Saturday night. Miss Esther Godden accompanied them to Madison, Wisconsin, where she visited relatives. They returned Monday. Mrs. Ed Callies and Mrs. Carl Cal- lles of Titonka called at the Fred Carter home on Friday of last week. Mrs. Ed Callies had been at Fort Dodge, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Litchenberger, while Mrs. Carl Callies visited relatives at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, Mrs. Lovestad, Mr. j j j o hns, Mr. and Mrs. S. ave Mr . and Mrs. carl Whitney a surprise on Friday evening by going to their home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Whitney will soon leave for Maxwell, tow*, ****• -«n*y rented a farm. Mrs. G. W. Leek left Sunday for Lakota, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Fred Laabs and family. She will go from there to Carlos, Minn., where she will visit another sister, Mrs. Leila Sperry, and will then go to her home near Arnegard, North Dakota. Mrs. Leek has been visiting here with her lather, W. H. Smith, who has been ill. Cancer of Mouth Fatal to Michael Keller, 64, Lakota Lakota: Micheal Keller, aged 64, a west of town farmer, passed nway last week Thursday morning at his home, after suffering for several months with cancer of the mouth. Funeral services were held on Saturday morning at the Sacred Heart church at Ledyard. He leaves to mourn, his wife, two daughters, Maffgaret, who is a registered nurse, and Mrs. Roderman. and four sons who are at home, nnd many other relatives and friends. Dr. H. H, Anderson to Speak Before P. T. A. 'Or Harold H. Anderson of the Statf University will give a lecture at the high school auditorium at 8:00 p. m. Jan. 31?f. He will ?pesk oln sorm; phase of child development. The lr>- cnl P. T. A. is fortunate to obtnin Dr. Anderson and it will be an unusual privilege for those interested in children and education to hear him. The meeting will be open to the public. Twenty Years Ncics been represented by J. B. Hoflus and J. M. Rickcr and the negative by J. F. 5-rhoby and W. J. Bourne. The juris-•= hurt piven a decision favorable to tlv r.frir'n.itivc. The coming Sunday was In be the "Go to Church Sunday" in Alimna. All the churches in Algona were cooperating in the movement (o secure the attendance of every man. woman nvu-1 child at church. Each one wns free to choose the place of worship. Mayor Jos. W. W.-ulsworth had issued a prn- jelrimation to (lie effect-tint the citizens of Alfjona one and all. make tins a dny of worship ;inrl that tliry :i-;on<l •npir church. : Bnd Mr. Johns week to visit at the home of his son, home, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut drove to Des Moines Monday on a business trip. Clayton Schreiner of Oelweln was a week end guest at the Ken Fisher Tom Trenary and family. Mr. Tren- CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW i 312-14 Pint Nat! Bank Bit ALOONA, IOWA I. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALOONA. IOWA m. B. QUAHTON H. W. MILLEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offlee over Kossuth County state Bank Office Phone. 431 ALOONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald O. Hutchison Theodore O. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. phone 261 J. VAN NE88 • O. W. BTILLMAII LAWYERS Office over lowm State Bank. aiS-W Algona, Iowa. Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly 8HUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW CMtloe over Qulnby * KrauMJBinwtog , Iowa. U A. WIN ML ATTORNEY AT LAW in Qulnby Building. PboM 1U. ALOOHA, IOWA B. O. MeMAHON Attorney at Law Qulnby ft Knuw BUT Iowa Ffcoot 1* J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L* E. Ti1in nllt 1 SULLIVAN, MoMADON * LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALQONA. IOWA. PHYSICIANS A BURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over Rezall drug store. Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 830 ALOONA, IOWA. O. H. CKETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & physician Office John Qalbralth Bldg. Phone 444-810 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Ostcopathlc Physician and Burgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688. Algona, Iowa. P. V. JTANSB. M. D. PHYSICIAN & BURGEON Office on South Dodge 8t Phone No.—Res. 363; Office 606. MELVIN O. BOURNE. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bdg. Phones Office 197 Res. 911 DENTISTS B. WHITE Attorney at Law 0AM ant Iowa State Bank. fbooa 306. OAM over Iowa 400-J F. A. DAHBOM At* n*mfe 1 lift Alcana, Iowa. GABKOL A. WANDK» DB* a M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or NovocaUM used for extraction Located over Ohrtstencen Stan. Phone: Business 169, Residence, 470 ALGONA. IOWA DB, C. D. 8CHAAT. DENTIST Qulnby Bids- Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa WKTEBINABUNS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkt) Office 330 West Btat* Street Office Phone 476-W Rea. 476-B Algooa, lowm. L.M.MKBBJTT . * muni Paooa No.ll low* Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson and son, Roger were Bancroft and Algona call- era Saturday. Several friends helped Bradford Buflington celebrate his birthday at his home last Monday night. Albert and Ernest Nelson drove to Wesley Saturday to attend the corn and hog school of instruction. Mrs. W. J. Denton was called to Gilmore City Tuesday because of the serious Illness of her father. Mr. and Mrt. Lee Struthers were in town Saturday visiting friends. Mrs. Struthers was formerly Hilda Pouelsen. Clifford Krantz Is home for a few days' visit with parents and friends. Clifford is taking a short course at Ames. The agricultural class of Titonka high school was taken through the Decker packing plant at Mason City recently. Dr. Pierre Sartor and Mrs. Esther Asking and her son, Arthur, drove to Iowa City Monday where Arthur had a clinical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French returned from Minneapolis Friday where Mr. French has been attending the lumbermen's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs attended a dinner dance at the Mid-Continent district meeting held at the I. O. O. P. hall last Monday evening. Jerry Schutjer is back again on the Standard Oil tank wagon after several years of farming. Jerry was checked in last Friday taking Art Schweppe's place. Mrs. Henry Butler of Estherville gave birth to a three and one-half pound baby girl at the Estherville hospital. The Butlers moved to Estherville this last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Anton pankuk are up at their new farm at Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, remodeling and getting ready to move Feb. 1st. John Woods will move Into the vacated house. Mrs. Lee O. Wolf* and Mrs. Homer Downs got up a party for the old "(100" dub. Those present were the former members who first formed the club, tnftH n y ^yy>^g^i for *iy tablfla Q£ flvo hundred. Mrs. Bonno Schutter passed away early Saturday morning. An emergency operation was performed on her for a ruptured appendix last Sunday night at the home of Fred Wentz. she leaves to mourn h&r paftfitoff he^* h.ufiband two children. Emma and Edward Gutknpcht wcro Algona visitors Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer spent Sunday afternoon at the Wade Ball home. August Eisenhauer of Buffalo C-'n- ter was a visitor here one day week. L. G. Wolcott and daughter. Byrie of Monkato were here Friday calling on old friends. The Priscilla club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Ed Underdahl last week Wednesday. Henry Olthoff and Hugo, Alfred and August Melz were business visitors at Algona last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft attend- end the funeral services at Wesley on Saturday of Mrs. Schutter. John Asohe, Dick; Spear and the Misses Lucy and Margaret Trump were visitors at Mason City last Friday. Mrs. Guy Hart and her mother, Mrs. Mary Segar of Bancroft, spent last Wednesday afternoon at the Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deyo of Fort Dodge were week end visitors at the home of Mr. Deyo's sister, Mrs. Delia M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bockelman and son, Albert, were Mason City visitors last Wednesday. Mrs. Connie Roelsema and son, Bobby, have been on the sick list for several days the past week, and Mrs. Harvey Johnson was also ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald want to MMon.Gity Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs. Worley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Nelmer MatUon ol Buffalo center were here one day lasl week. Mrs. Mattson was looking after business connected with the Auxiliary They spent the evening at the Peter Bruer home. A large crowd attended the operetta, "Jack and the Bean Stalk" at the school auditorium last Thursday evening. This was put on by the grades and high school under the direction of Mrs. P. O. Johnson. Word received from Clear Lake announced the birth of a seven pound daughter, born last Friday to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Furst. Mrs. Furst Is a daughter of Mrs. Minnie Heetland of this place. They have two other children, boy and a girl. LaVern Lleaveld, who for the past y«ar, has been In Coldwater, Michigan, arrived in Mason City last week for a visit at the Micheal Winter and Mrs. Dora Llesveld homes. He came up Sunday and visited a short time at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Wade Ball. He returned to Mason City the same evening with Tabe Loats and Wm. Patchel, who had been calling on friends here and at Buffalo Center. An item of interest to friends here was in a Sunday paper, telling of the birth of a three and one-half pound son to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Butler at the Coleman hospital at Estherville. Hank Butler has many friends here, having stayed here for a number of years and worked out of here as a brakeman on the Rock Island. After leaving here he worked out of Titonka and while there he was married to Miss Effie Pankuk. They now live at Estherville. Mrs. Henry Schutter passed away at her home in Wesley, after an illness of several months. Before moving to Wesley the Schutt«rs lived here and were in the furniture business where Mr. Klocke is now located. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon. Those from here who attended the funeral were Mrs. George Heetland, Mrs. Minnie Heetland, Mrs. Ida Ukena and Mrs. Wm. Aalderks. Mr. Schutter preceded her In death several years ago. She leaves to mourn her passing one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Looft of Wesley, two sons, Henry of Buffalo Center and Jerry of West Bend and eleven grandchildren, and one great grandchild. (Taken from the flics of the Upper DPS Moincs-Ropublican for tho wock of January 28, 1914) A son had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson Monday evening. A baby girl had arrived at the Jack Neeling home In the south part of tho city one day the previous week. Mrs. Hugh Herman and Mrs. Wm. Dehnert had spent the previous week visiting with relatives In Indiana. Mrs. William Berry had returned to her home in Blue Earth after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. S. J. Backus. Lumberman F. S. Norton had spent several days the week before attending the lumberman's convention in Minneapolis. An item from the local news: "Will Daughnn laid off from his dvitirs at the Norton lumber yards yesterday. It's n girl." Auditor B. E. Norton had been nt Des Moines at this time engaged in looking over the blank books to be used in county offices. Chas. H. Taylor and L. A. Miner Vmd attended the ice cream makers' convention at Council Bluffs and Omaha the previous week. I Swea City had held a special election last Wednesday and voted to bond the town $4000 for the extension of water mains and $8000 for a light and power tlant. The ladies had taken an active aart in the election, about 75 voting. The Mother's club of Union township had met the previous Thursday at the B. H. Winkle home and had entertained tho fathers. An interesting feature of the orogram had been the debate, 'Resolved, That Women Should Have Equal Suffrage." The affirmative had of the editor* of county had mot at tho court rmtise :hr previous Thursday nnd had talked, over plans for an organization. The following editor. 1 ; were prcwnt: R. 3. Slvrwood. Blirt Monitor; ,T. Schwartz, Fenton Reporter; Gus Thavos, Nortit Kossuth Record: Westphal ft Hutton, Bancroft Register; Loe O. Wolfe, Titonka Topic: Dewfl A- Clnrk. KoJKUth County Advance; Sid .1. Backus. Upper TVs Moines-Rppublican. The object of the a^ociflfion was the up- miiUline of the press of Hie county, a licMcr acqu.iintrme". niirl (lie discus: ion of various mailers of importance rcrnrriinsj thr business. COAL Wo liavo ;i r'iv'1 <d moot any kind of f. fioii of <'(|uqal jjrndo. Cars arriving weekly; • •all us and you will bo at^rorably snrjM'isod. Botsford Lumber Co, Ho"... df I Veriest dal 'J;")ii Jim Pool. Manager. Have you seen our new stamped linen table clothes'? New Wash Frocks Bids Called For The Whittomorc Fanners Creamery Company will receive sealed bids, on a well, until February 1st, 1934. Successful bidder will be notified as soon as the Board of Directors has given their decision. Specifications: G'/l inch casing, galvanized casing. Contractors musWurnish a well satisfactoiy to the Board of Directors before any settlement will bo made. Board retains the right, to reject any or all bids. Rupture H. L. Hoffman, Expert, former associate of U F. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" In Algona, Saturday, January 27 at the Algona Hotel from 13 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the -whote system. It often causes stomacii trouble, gas and backpains. My "Perfect Retention Shields" will hold rupture under any condition of work and contract the opening in a short time. Do not submit to avoidable operations and wear trusses that will enlarge tbe opening. Many satisfied clients In this community. No mail order. HOME OFFICE: 106 Lincoln Bldg-, Minneaoplis, Minn. 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