The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
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HORSEY SCHOOL ATLEDYARDOPEN ^Belief Funds Finance Pro J«ct; Beginners to Get Preparatory Work : Last week Thursday a nur- The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1,1934 Kfth-A and sixth: Dessle Bowna, Paul Dunn, Duane Thotnpwm, Kenneth Poppe, Brvln Junkerneler and Roy Try. on. federal opened to «» Leda , whlch an children who M* plMMing to start to the first year ' *"* expected to en- t* nun »«T school Is supervised thestate department of public in- and 18 to be nnanced by the emergency relief funds. Miss W1U ^ the teacher th Lewls to a graduate tne primary course of the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Palls. a™ 6 dft Uy schedule will be made to « the needs of the children and will include preparatory courses In reading, nandwork, language, supervised play, «ory hours, lunch periods, rest periods, etc. The manual training room which Is not used this yea/ Is being fitted up for the school/ Enrollment was made Monday and Tuesday and the -children will begin work Thursday. Neither Absent or Tardy The first semester ended In the local school last week and those who were ««lther absent nor tardy all semester were; first grade, Leroy Busch, Billy 'Countryman, Arnold Dontje, Luella -Johnson, Murlen Poppfr, Catherine Sullivan and Dorothy Klinkstek. Second Grade: John Dontje. Christ Anna Marie Hassetorock, Reuben Johnson, Betty Louise Link, Dorothy Long, Beatrice Selfert and John Wentworth. Third Grade: Arden Anderson, Lorraine Darnell, Loren Hans, Amorita •Johnson, Maxlne Welfare, Richard Oountrymau, Meivin Engelbarts and Duane Johnson. Fourth and fifth-B: Viola Johnson, Kaxme Seifert, Marjorie Gable, Lu«Ua Klinksiek, Marilyn Long, Marjorie Mayer, Phyllis strand and Clarence Schwartz. Week End SPECIALS Apricots in syrup large No. 2% can Peaches in syrup large No. 2H can Pears in good 1Q r syrup, large No. 2V4 can l«Jt Blackberries lC r Superb, No. 2 can lul. GrrajMjfruit, OC« Florida, a Wo.^ tata ..«. ***** Narrow grain Corn OC r 3 No. 2 cans ArtJC 25c 22c Feaberry Coffeci 71^ r per pound * * X*v Dwarfies, Break-, 1Q r fast Cereal, large pkg. .. »•/*• Chocolate, Her- sheys Baking, % Ib. Mop Sticks, common, 15c value . Smoked Picnic* Boneless, per Ib. Crackers, 2 pound box .. Free, big 6 cup tea 70,, not and Ib. Llpton tea • t/C Tomatoes Morn. Light, 3 No. 2 cans Baking Powder Calumet, pound can .. 9c lOMc Sefeadte Dta Friends here received word this week of the death of August Bchnefle, at., at hit home in Wellsonvllle, Oregon, on last Sunday, January 14. Mr. Schnele wag put BO years old and died after an innen of 93 months. Mr. and Mrs. Bchnelle lived in this vicinity many rears, living first on the farm now known as the old Manthel farm. Later they retired and moved into Ledyard into what is known as the Jack Welfare house. Mr. Schnefle assisted many years in the Tillmoney store. They moved from here over 15 years ago. Mr. Schneile has many friends here who will mourn his passing. Re was burled at Oregon City, Oregon. West Bend Cagers Split Game With Ottosen, Bradgate West Bend: The basketball teams played a double header with Ottosen liere Tuesday evening. The local girls lost by a 31 to 18 score and the boys lost 21 to 20. Mr. Agard of Algona was the referee. On Friday evening the teams journeyed to Bradgate and the girls won by a 29 to 19 score and the x>ys lost the game. Tuesday evening they play Bode there and Friday evening Mallard here. Met WWh Mrs. Jacobs The Bay View Literary club met at the home of Mrs. Hattie Jacobs recently. Eleven members responded to roll can with Miracles of Jesus. After business meeting a short program was given by Mrs. Gerhart reading 'Proper Ways to Make a cake" and "The Cake's Crowning Glory." Mrs. Jacobs had charge of the entertainment with guessing games being the feature. The club adjourned to meet n two weeks with Mrs. Bessie Leorkc. fie has definitely announced his candidacy for sheriff on the Republican .Icket. He is at present constable at Tltonka. Carl Dahlhauser, present sheriff, will be a candidate for re- nomination on the democratic ticket. Anton Child HI Enid Montag, the 4 year old daughter was quite ill a few days last week. As she did not respond to treatment they took her to Fort Dodge, Friday, So consult doctors. They pronounced ler ailment not serious so she was taken to her home the same day. She now seems to be improving. Sophomores Roller Skate The sophomore class enjoyed a roller skating party Wednesday evening. Two bus loads went over and enjoyed the evening of fun. The Albert Butterfleld family were callers at the Ben Oould home last Friday. The Stanley Gardners were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Gardner home in Plum Creek township. Lucille and Kathryn Bode spent Monday evening with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lamuth in Algona. Joe Rlley of Kewashum. Wisconsin, and his brother. Edward Riley of MU- waukM and Mat Lamuth were caller* M the uni> Boda toon* lMt_STean«*- day afternoon. ......... Friends of Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson of Crwco township, mother of Glen Jenkinson of Union were sorry to learn she has been on the sick list for the past week or so. We all wish her a speedy recovery. Emll Stoffel returned from Rochester, Minn., Friday evening, where he had spent the past week at his wife's bedside, she bavin* undergone a successful operation for removal of the Kail bladder and atrDendix. Messrs. and Mesdames Stanley Gardner, Leonard and Frank Cruikshank were guests Friday evening at the Austin Gardner home in Plum Creek. Cards were played. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry TJaden. James Harvey, four year old son of the Robert Harveys was taken sick with a severe cold last Saturday and waa threatened for a time with double pneumonia. Myrtle Larson. R. N.. is taking care of him. He is reported much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius entertained their neighbors at four tables of five hundred lag Friday evening. Those attending were Messrs. and MesdAmes Claude Dearchs. Chester Bailey. Louis Bode. Rudolph Will. Harrv Ward. Frank Thompson and Ben Gould. A delicious lunch was served by the host and hostess at a late hour. Vera Tiede, LuVerne, Wins Ames Honors Announcement has Just been made in the Iowa State Student of the Initiation of Vera E. Tiede, of LuVerne. to Chi Omega, national social sorority. Miss Tiede is one of the outstanding women on the Iowa state campus. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, national honorary music fraternity and of Omicron Nu, national home econo- rnulcs honorary. She has had leads in musical productions, "Pinafore," "Vagabond King," and "Mikado." She also hoMs the position as representative of the senior class to music council. Of present interest is her nomination as candidate for "Engineer's Lady" who reigns as queen at the annual Engineers' Ball. Political Talk in Temporary Decline Political waters were somewhat less disturbed this week, with fewer comments being heard regarding candidates. It was understood, however, that throughout Kossuth county there was speculation and talk regarding the ability of favorite sons to win out, should they run. ST. BENEDICT NEWS •DXXKKKKSOKX^^ Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hch were shoppers at Algona Saturday evening. Wm. Rammer of Irvlngton was a dinner guest Monday at the Math Bormann home. J. M. Witte entered the Mercy hospital at Mason City last week Wednesday for treatments. Mr. end Mrs. Everett Steussy and family of Clear Lake spent Sunday with the former's mother near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwlg of Owner spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Ludwig, ST. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Huschka, Mrs. Anna Huschka and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer were at A3gona Saturday morning on business. Mrs. Lawrence Cink attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at Wesley for Caroline Garman who was married this week to Adolph Killian, also of Wesley. Circle No. 2 will give another card party Tuesday evening, Jan. 30 at the school hall at 7:30 sharp. The pubic Is invited. Come and have a good Wm. Rlcklefs of Tltonka was one of | time. Mrs. Math Borman and Mrs. .he first to throw his hat In the ring. , Al Rosehmeyer are the ladles in charge GOOD HOPE NEWS Mrs. John Coughlln of Algona was guest of the Harry Bates family over the week end. A kitchen range was moved Into the Jood Hope church kitchen to replace the one which has been in use but which Is no longer fit for service. Beverly Ann, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Turner, Is seriously ill with pneumonia. She Is reported by her physician as holding her own. Glen Jenkinson and George Broesler collided Sunday • morning owing >o the slippery condition of the roads. 3ent fenders and other minor injuries to ther autos were the only damages esultlng. Meetings in connection with the corn-hog setup In Union township are wing held at the Good Hope community room this week Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. It is expected that a meet- ng for permanent organization of the xjwnshlp committee is scheduled for Tuesday of next week at the same place. Among those entertained in Good Hope homes Sunday as dinner guests were the V. J. and Loyd Gross faml- les at the W. J. Bourne home; the Fred Plumbs at the C. L. and Arie Dltt- mer homes; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broesder. Mrs. John Moser and Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood at the home of Mrs. Wm. Treptow. Mrs. Ed Broesder received word on Saturday of the death of her niece, are. Bosno Schutter of an acute alack of chronic appendicitis. The Schutters lived northwest of Tltonka md the daeeand la a daughter of Mr. of the party. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer were host and hostess to a family dinner Sunday at their home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner and family, Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Arndorfer and family, Mrs. Dorweller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Math Borman and family and Chas. J. Caspar!. Many Other Sections Seek Game Refuges No new developments In the proposal to convert Union Slough into a government game refuge have occurred within the past week. The entire matter is now in the hands of the government commission for preservation of wild life, and until they have looked ever the survey of the local territory and decided whether or not It is advisable to approve the measure, there will be nothing new. It was understood that one of the chief drawbacks to obtaining the game refuge for Kossuth county would be the fact that many other sections are extremely anxious to obtain similar jovernment approval, and are offering land at low prices, some from $5 to $10 an acre. Just one "buck"—whether It be a $10.00 tire or a $35.00 tire, the second tire costs you only $1.00.—Qatnble stores. R (Crowded Out Last Week) Rosella Bkenius who |s employed nt he Dr. A. J. Laubenthal home In Em- metsbunr spent Sunday with her par. •'nts, Mr. and Mrs. John Btsenius. Lucinda Hanover was honored with a miscellaneous shower Sunday evening. ? lve hundred was played. Evelyn Voigt won high prize. Sclma Meyer, won the low pttze. William Rusch, Jr., entertained three tables of bridge Sunday evening in honor of his wife's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake won high prize, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burdlne, second prize and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, travel prize. They presented Mr. Rusch with a beautiful gift. Mrs. Herman Volgt entertained at a quilting bee Thursday afternoon. Those Schultz, Mrs. Henry Schult*. Mrs. Archie Volgt, Mrs. Mike Bowman, Mrs. Wm. Henry, Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth, and daughter, Lillian. Mesdames Herman Vaudt, H. R Zu- rmch, Albert Vaudt, W. F. Dan, August Vaudt, Ed. Grelnert and Wm. Leln- inger were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Bertha Vaudt oa Friday evening at the Lutheran school hall. Five hundred WM played at nine tables. Viola Zinnell held high score, Mrs. R. Behnke, second high, and Clam Vaudt won the travel priae. A delictoo* lunch was served. Miss Vaudt received many beautiful gifts. present were: Mrs. Herman Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs. Meyer, George THE GENERAL HOSPITAL 308 South Hnrlan, Algona Ambulance Service Phone 187 Major and Minor Surgery Obstetric!; X-Ray Thermogenic Treatments and Rectal Treatments W. D. Andrews, D. O., General Surgeon E. H. Phillips, D. O., Garner a W. Meyer, D. O., Fenton W. L. Tyndal, D. O., Woden K. R. Rogers, D. O., Brltt. B. E. Poundstone, D. O. Bode T. a Clark, D. O., Bradgate R. L. Nelson, D. O., Humboldt Florence Longhenry, R. N., Superintendent of Nurses. church in Tltonka Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. John Reid returned home from the Kossuth hospital last week after several weeks stay there. Her condition la much improved but she is still under the necessity of spending most of the time in bed. Nurse Eleanor Cruikshank accompanied her home and will remain for a time. Mr. Reid is •till confined to his bed with the rheumatic malady from which he haa been suffering for • considerable time. Statement of Condition of the Algona Co-operative Creamery Company 1933 tat&xaa&tt'iy!^^ CALL February 1-16 THEATRE Algona, Iowa Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 12-13—The outstanding Theatrical Event of 1934—Victor Herbert's Comic Opera, "THE FORTUNE TELLER"— BO Kosauth county Talented Musicians. High School Auditorium at 8:15. Seat Sale James Drug Store Saturday. Feb. 3. Register in Theatre Lobby before Feb. 20 to take part in Bank Deposit Night, Every Tuesday. Thurs.-Fri., Feb. 12 PAUL MUNI QLENDA PARRELL NED SPARKS in "HI NELLIE" The best newspaper story to date. News—Mother Goose Land—Souvenir. Saturday, Feb. 3 EL BRENDEL ZASU PITTS THE MEANEST GAL IN TOWN" FRANCIS LEDERER ELISSA LANDI "MAN OF TWO WOBLDS" Last Chapter of Turzan Serial __ _. EDDIE CANTOR RUTH ETTINa Bun.-Mon.-TueB. "KOMAN SCANDALS" ARK Matinees every day. Midnight chows every < *•*»•» night 11:30. Organize an Eddie Cantor party m J im. ~. V*t Wea.-TnurS.-Jm. Feb. 78-9 MARIE DRR8ST.KR JOHN BARRYMORB HARLOW LIONEL BARRYMORE "DDWEB AT EIGHT" Kassuth County Dog Parade $30 in prizes. Rin Tin Tin Jr. in "The Wclf Dog" Serial A Big 6 Unit Show. Micky McOulre Comedy Medbury Travel Minute Mystery March of Years Pina Feathers— Birds froca all over the world with a brilliant record of color shapings and -THE MAN FROM MONTEKBT" _ . , Saturday, 10 8un.-Mon., Feb. 11-12 The Comedy Sensation BURNS AND ALLEN OHAS. RUCKHJB8 FIELDS & 8KIFWOBTH MARY BOLAND "SEE OF A KIND" Musical— "Roamin' Through the Rose*" Tuea.-Wed., Feb. 1344 A Corking Musical show EDMUND LOWS ANN SOUTHERN MIRIAM JORDAN GBBOORY RATOPP "LET'S FALL IN LOW "LUNCHBON AT THUMB" Thors.-Fri., Feb. 16-16 WHBBUB AND WOOUB7 "HIPS HIPS HOORAY" (Crowded Out Last Week) Bernlce Campbell visited with her friend, Leon Johannson Friday night Mrs. James Doocy and Bernard Jensen were In Algona Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and their daughter, Ruth were Fairmont callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck visited at the Walter Thompson home near Lone Rook Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson of Fenton were Sunday supper guests at the Henry Kueck home. Lawrence Zwlefel and Harold Goctsch were in Des Moines last week for a couple of days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Jr., and daughter and Joe Behrends visited at the Henry Kueck home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Jr., and daughter visited at the home of Orle Hulbert, parents of Mrs. Behrends recently. Elaine Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson of Chicago start. ed to school last week. Elaine is in the first grade. Bernard Jensen started to work at the O. R. Patterson home last Monday and Maurice Jensen at the Al WUlrett home near Fenton. Bernioe Jensen has been absent from school for several daya due to rheumatism. We are all hoping she will be able to return back to school soon. Barbara Rtymond, daughter of Professor Reymond of the Seneca school, returned to school one day last week after being quarantined IOr scarlet fever for several weeks. The Lone Rock cage quintet defeated Seneca Friday night, 23 to 12. Gross and Long scored 10 points apiece for Lone Rock. The Lone Rock girls beat the Seneca sextet 16 to 7. John Young went to Wisconsin one day last week with his truck. The Youngs are planning on moving there very goon. They have lived in this community for many yean and will be missed by many friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mr*. C. M. Chrlsteosen. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ohristensen of 8we» City, Mr. and Mrs. Jame* Doocy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen were Sunday dinner guesta at the Otto R- Jensen home in honor of their wedding anniversary. Mi*. Ornie Behrenda. ST., and Joe Sieble and Leona, Mrs. Henry Behrends and ton, Wallace of RoUa returned horns la*fc Monday evening from Watoeka. HI, after beta* tfaere for several week* vtaittn* relative* and friends and with Mn. Bebnada' mother who has been wry ill ALOONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1933 ASSETS Current Asaeto— Cash on hand and in bank Accounts receivable—trade Accounts receivable—other Advances to patrons Patrons overdrafts '. Butter on nand and in transit '.'. Supplies and merchandise inventory.. 1,01038 1,636.73 283.74 300.00 313.11 6,43430 3,874.90 $13,853.16 Stock common 8,000.00 4,000.00 9,000.00 Fixed Aswt*— Land Buildings 10,176.88 L««: Provision for depreciation 6,039.04 123353.16 3,445.00 14,136.95 Machinery and equipment 31377.80 Less: Provision for depreciation 18,929.01 15,448.79 Total Net Fixed Aa»et» TOTAL ASSETS .. S3430.74 135,883.90 LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH Current Lhbllltlf* Due patrons for balance of December cream •Notes payable—bank—secured $6,000.00 Notes payable—others USOCUM) Advances on butter shipped Accrued expenses Outstanding milk tickets Reserved for Federal taxes 1933 $ 631330 6JBOO.OO 2,010.00 1359.40 56530 430 J58 Stock Subscriptions 17369.71 2370,00 $19339.71 Net Worth- Capital stock outstanding 9300 00 Surplus earned January 1, 1933 .... 2330833 Add: Net Income for year 2335.60 26,644.19 35344.19 TOTAL LIABILITIES NET WORTH AND $55,883.90 INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1933 Salee— $22,49030 ......................................... 8,772.69 Whipping Cream .............. 711.93 Buttermilk ............................ '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 1,643.43 Butter .......................................... 212,945.95 OPERATING AND GENERAL EXPENSES Salaries and wages Tubs Creamery and patron supplies '.'.. $ 539814 Leas: Sales to patrons U09*.04 Repairs ~~ Depredation !!!'.!!!!!!!!!!!! Cream truck expense, gas and oil '.'.'..I'.'.'" Cream truck repairs and other expenses !'.'. Hay and feed Power Light '.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '* $21,771.16 4243.12 4387.10 1334.67 4^38.42 1356.67 1339.43 355*1 95052 A124 Less: Sales to patrons ",'.'. 2,074.88 1,070.79 oil 501.88 1,572.68 Rent— Jeased land for oil tanks ....... Laundry ........................ ............. Insurance and bonds ..... .......................'" Taxes— real estate and personal property ! ..... Auto and traveling expenses ...................... 965.05 Lear leueived for manager's services ad traveling .................... 574 80 Director-a fees and expense .......... ............. Annual meeting expense ............ Telephone, and telepgraph .............. '.'.'...'.'.'." Printing, stationery and office supplies ........ Advertising ....................... ; . . .............. Advertising and cream scoring (Iowa State' ' Brand Creameries) ................... Cow testing ...................... ......... Dues and subscriptions ............ I"'.!!!!!'.!!.'!!! Buttermaker'a convention at Algona ..... Bank service charge (4 months) $80.00 Iowa State Bank ..................... Federal Capital stock tax ............. " ........... Donations ...................................... " Farm Bureau membership— printing* .'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.' Miscellaneous 85.00 341.40 630.07 769.45 Total Expenae* Less: Received for hauling Cream Cream TOTAL received received 39049 297.13 406.83 241.30 435:63 235.73 397 JO 230.03 101.30 84.03 9103 33.00 21.00 60.00 201.39 46,167.29 7,871.95 $38405.34 STATISTICS Pound^ Average (sweet) (sour) Cream .2^03,818 . 446,250 Test .2945 .2910 Butter Average Fat Price Amount 678.797.6 $12333 $158,359.61 130.085.7 .2287 29,744.27 Totals 2,750,068 Milk 1,015,512 .2941 808,8833 .2328 $188,103.88 .036 38,632.3 153 cwt. $15,517.54 Butter on hand and in transit January 1, 1933 34 922 AHH. n,,if,._ „,„„..*„... , 1 007!283 Add: Butter manufactured Total Salea Cost of above 8aies Gross profit Sales—Feed and salt 2 59356 Leas: Cost '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 2285.93 $246372.30 204,991.29 41382.01 308.03 Sales—Cheese Less: Cost 335.57 310.90 24.67 Total Gross Profit on Sales Operating and General Expenaw .. Net Operating Profit ...................... Additions to Inromr Dividends on stock Iowa State Bnt Creameries) Rebates on supplies purchased ................ Recoveries and miscellaneous ................. 720.00 52.37 41,914.71 3839534 3,619.37 836.59 Deduction* from Income- Accounts and lessee charged off 107 10 Interest on notes 51134 Interest to stockholders 571.00 Federal income tax 1933 '.'.'. 430.86 $ 4,453.% 1,620.30 Net Income A. J. KEEN. President $ 2335.66 1 042 205 Less: Butter on hand and In transit December 31, 1933 ' 35J824 Total to Account for 1,006,381 Average „ .. Pounds Butter sold on market 827,241 State Brand butter sold locally 106,041 SUite Brand butter sold patrons 73,030 Short at plant (jjj Price Amount $171,337.43 25,570.76 16,037.76 Total Butter accounted for as above 1,006,381 $5116 $212,945.95 Butter fat recevied as above g08 883 3 Add: Butter fat in surplus milk .[[' 8',278JJ Butter fat in starter milk '.'.'.'.'.' 10 106 9 Less: Butter fat in retail cream 9.326.0 Butter fat in Ice cream 4,6335 827,266.4 13,959.2 Total Butter fat churned 813 3075 Total Butter manufactured as above 1,007',283.0 Pounds overrun Percentage of overrun Increase In butter fat over 1932 74,494 ibs! Decrease in operating expenses $1,419.23 193,975.8 538o 9.7% 3.6% These statements were prepared by Albert O. Ohristensen, Certified Public Accountant, (Iowa and Mnineaotaj, Mumeapolis, Minnesota. HARRY BODE, Vice President C. T. CHUBB. Treasurer GEORGE GODFREY, N. A. SMITH. C. R. SCHOBY. Members of ihe Board of Directors. MADS CHRISTIANSEN, Secretary Algona Co-operative Creamery Co, ALGONA, IOWA

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