The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 15,1934 BURT LADIES AID CELEBRATED 50TH ANNIVERSARY, LAST WEEK 106 Begister, Attend Pro .gram; Mrs. C. S. Coffin, I 91, Oldest Present Bint: The celebration of the 50th • anniversary of the Ladles' Aid was attended by a good crowd. 106 registered last Wednesday at the church. The following program was given: prayer and devotional by Rev. Mitchell; gong, "Onward Christian Soldiers"; paper by Mrs. Ida Anderson, "Reminiscences of Early Age." the paper being read by Mrs. O. B. Chlpman; paper by Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf, "Greetings and Welcome •lor Honored Members and Quests"song, "Memories", Mrs. Gladys Hawcott; reading, "Our Ladies Aid" by Miss Clara Shaw; solo, "Long Long Ago" by Mrs. Elmer Hammer; story of the famous poem, "The House Beside the Road,' by Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Jr.; piano solo, Miss Vera Chlpman; talk, -"Looking Forward," Mrs. c. B. Mitch-ell; song. "Blessed be the Tie." The crowd was dismissed toy Rev. Allen Wood, a former pastor. A social hour was spent before lunch. Mrs. c. 8. Coffin, Sr.. who Is past 91 ryeant Is the oldest member, Mrs. Mary Stewart has belonged for over 41 years and Mrs. Ida Anderson is the only charter member. Mrs. Annie Hawcott has also been a member for many years. These four ladles are the oldest members of the society and the celebration •was In their honor. A lunch was served by a committe. Many pleasant mem. orles were recalled by the ladies, of •going to the Aid on horse back and with a livery team several years ago. "We wish them all many happy returns •of the day. H. A. Smith has been ill with the flu. Dr. W. T. Peters has purchased a new Ford car. L. R. Daniels atM daughter spent Sunday at the C. L. Phelps home. Miss Nelda Volentlne began teaching last week in Rlverdale township. Arllne Daniels had a Sunday School 3>arty at her home Thursday evening. Ralph Jain left Sunday for Iowa City he will enter the hospital for treatment. Announcing that I will be a Candidate (or SHERIFF of KoMuth County at the Republican Your support at the primary in June will be appreciated. W. H. Rkklefs Titonka, Iowa. A number of friends gave Mary Ann Smith a surprise birthday party Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Mitchell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. I* Ryerson Sunday. Martha Olfford, the thirteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Olfford, is ill with pneumonia. Rev. 8. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock was a guest at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten Tuesday. Mr. and Ml*. Will Hawcott Were guests at the home of Will's mother, Mrs. Annie Hawcott, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Garnie Hood and two children left Sunday for Mississippi, where they will visit Mr. Hood's folks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson and their daughters, Lyla and Aleta, spent Sunday at the Ray Olson home near Fairmont. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. El McDonald to Algona Saturday evening where she will spend the week. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Carlson of Algona were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten on Wednesday evening of last week. There was a fire at the Hennlngs home northeast of town on the McDonald farm last Friday. Considerable damage was done. Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten Attended a ministerial meeting of the county on Tuesday of last week at Lakota. This was an all day meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mansmlth of Arnolds Park and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McArthur were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and sons, Richard and Lawrence were dinner guests of E. O. Chipman and daughter on Friday of last week. Mrs. Elmer Schaffer and her father. Harry Helgason of Armstrong spent Friday of last week here at the Wm. Elvidge and C. B. Chipman homes. Rev. S. H. Aten and Rev. S. M. Gladstone went to LuVerne Mondey to attend the funeral of Mr. Mason. He was one of the elders of the church. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. B. Chlpman with Mrs. B. W. Brooke as assisting hostess. Mrs. J. H. Graham entertained the sewing circle at her home last Thursday. Mrs. Maude Hanna will entertain the circle on Thursday afternoon of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Perry will soon move to Manson, Iowa, where they have a store. Mrs. Perry has been keeping house for her brother, Carl Bahling, for the past year. F. L. Pratt and M. G. Baumanri havi been busy the past week filling their ice houses. The ice Is of a good quality this year and was hauled from the sand pit southeast of town. Relatives of Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf pave her a surprise birthday dinner Sunday. A nice birthday cake and ice cream was served with a dinner which the guests brought. A good time was had by all. .i james Bhertdaii and Mrs. "Welp of Bancroft, Mrs. Al Steahle, Mrs. W. T. Peters, and Mrs. L. M. Boettcher attended a bridge party at the home of Mrs. C. W. Patterson Saturday night. Mrs. F. L. Pratt was called to Iowa City Saturday by the illness of her daughter, Marllda, who has been 111. Mrs. George Gray accompanied her to Iowa City to visit her daughter, May belle, who recently had an operation. They returned home the first of the week. Tom Trainer accompanied the ladies to Iowa City and visited relatives while there. What a Radio Sale! Genuine Bruns- wicks in newest Century of Progress cabinets. $20.00 to $25.00 for your old radio—Other consoles marked down from $54.50 to $3730.—Gamble Stores. 7 Sexton Folks Hold Farewell for Those Who Are to Move Sexton: A farewell party was held at the Sexton church last week Friday evening in honor of the families moving from our vicinity in March, being as follows, the orvllle Hedricks, the Lyle Black family and the Miller family south of Wesley. A very nice supper was served at seven-thirty and afterwards a very Interesting program was given consisting of duets, a negro quartet, piano solo, recitations, a short play and two readings of Benedict Arnold. There were around 78 present. Everyone had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton of near Britt visit In Sexton last week Tuesday evening with relatives. The dent Cunningham family, who have been quarantined for scarlet fever the past several weeks were released Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and two sons, Frank and Lloyd of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. The Sexton Ladles Aid will be entertained by Mrs. I. C. McNulty at the parsonage in Wesley this week Thursday afternoon. Everyone Is invited to attend. Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Sunday in Mason City where she visited with her sister, Mrs. Henry Hawley and family. Mrs. Sanders accompanied the Lou Bo- lenus family of near Doan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and Httle son, Harvey Duane of Burt were dinner guests Monday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family north of town. Six Sexton ladies gathered at the home of Mrs. Essie McMahon last week Thursday afternoon and helped her work on a butterfly quilt which she Is making for her sister in South Dakota. Miss Mable Baker, Virgil and Gayle Reed and Clarence Mott, all of Mason City, spent Sunday visiting at the home and Mrs. John V. Huff and Miss Baker and Mrs. Huff are of Mr. family, sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith spent Sunday afternoon at the Carl Paetz home. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, passed away at their home Saturday evening. Mrs. Medietii Burger and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burger and little son, Larry, of near Titonka were Monday visitors at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Medleth Burger remained for a few days' visit with her mother. The Alex Elschen family, south of town, was quarantined fop scarlet fever last week. The children have it. Several weeks ago the children were all sick with the chicken pox, but recovered and now have the scarlet fever. Mrs. Sarha Wise, son Herman, her daughter. Nell and Mrs. DrusiUa Nnble were Thursday evening supper guests last week at the home of Mr .and Mrs. August Klrschbaum and family, the oc- DECLAM WINNERS AT LEDYARD ARE NAMED THURSDAY Kenneth Thompson, Lila Hamm, James Logan Win Firsts Ledyard: On Thursaay evening, Peb. 8, the senior high declamatory contest was held In the high school auditorium. The winners in the oratorical class were: first, Kenneth Thompson, second, Glenn Reece. In the dramatic class first place was won by Llla Hamm and second place by Lois Wilson. In the humorous class first place was won by Jairfes Logan and second place by Edith Logan. The entire contest was splendid and Ledyard should fcurely support .these contestants in the next contest. While the judges made their decision the high school orchestra played. The judges were Superintendent and Mrs. Weir and Miss Elhme, all of Burt. Miss Stranahan coached the contestants and much credit is due her. Entertains at Shower On Saturday afternoon Mrs. D. A. Carpenter entertained about 80 friends and neighbors at p, miscellaneous show, er for Miss Opal Dorsey. A reading was given by Edith Logan, a solo was sung by Mrs. F. O. Johnson, and a piano duet was played by Henrietta OTCeefe and Alvira Halverson. Miss Dorsey -has assisted at the Carpenter home for the past three year but leaves this week to be married. Miss Helen Jensen of Buffalo Center will take her place. Father Passes Mrs. George Thompson was called to LuVerne Saturday by the very serious illness of her father, W. B. Mason. He passed away Saturday morning at 9:30 following a long illness. The funeral was held Monday at 2:30 at LuVerne and he was laid to rest beside his wife who preceded him in death several years. Almost all of the pupils in the local school have been vaccinated this past week for small pox. The W. P. Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. The last card party before Lent was held at the Sacred Heart church last Thursday evening. Adelaide Randall and Ruth Jones spent the week end nt their homes in Mason City and Llvermore. Mrs. George Jncobson and family of Matawan visited at the Gus Anderson home Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Alberit Barnes was called to Armstrong Wednesday by the illness of her mother. She returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lcland and family of Swea City were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Martha Gnble. Mrs. A. C. Schissel wivs n Buffalo Center visitor Tuesday. The Ernest Wortrn&h family. LaVern Ijtesveld and John Bergman were visitors Friday evening at the C. A. Winter home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ogren were at Bancroft Tuesday morning where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Ogren's brother, Eugene Reider. Mrs. John Dettman returned to her home at Bvrt '.ast we?k after spending several weeks at the J. A. Mey^r, Teter Br;ur and P. O. Nitz homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bnier were at Buffalo Center one day last week and while Mr. Bruer attended to business. Mrs. Bruer visited at the home of her brother, Bob DC Vrles. Mrs. Alvin Huenhold was up from Algona last Thursday to visit her parents, and assist her mother, Mrs. Wm. Aalderks who was one of the hostesses at the Ladles' Aid supper. A Mr. McCarthy of South Dakota was a visitor at the C. A. Winter home last Friday. Mr. McCarthy will move March 1 onto the Wellington farm now occupied by the Clyde Shipier family. Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht and Emma and Chas. Gutknecht returned home Monday evening from Avoca, Wis. where they had been to attend the funeral of Mrs. Louise Klenltz, mother of H. L. Klenltz. Mi. and Mrs. Michael Winter, Tabe Letts and Ruth Goodnow came up from Mason City last Saturday night and vtsited until sundae with relatives. They were accompinted home by Mrs. Einest Wortman ond son, Morris, who wili spend a week there with relatives. Guests Sunday atthe Wade Ball home were Mr. and Mrs. Harm Sliort- er*nus and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Nelmer Mattmn of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park of Algona, Mr. and Mr.?. Guy Hart of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer, Ernest Wortman and LaVcrn-3 Liesveld. Mesdnme.s Prtcr Bnirr, Jim Bnier. Wade- Brill. Connlp Roplf.soma and Ed Un*rda.hl ww* at Buffalo Contrr on rrcpnth . WM wfm N(ck ,*„„„«, Monday afternoon where they attend- [of (his place ed the American Legion Atnrflfwy meeting. The comforter that was gtf- en nirny on the tickets that were - Announcing A Lower Interest Rate (Effective March 1) The Iowa State Bank. Algona. is pleased to announce: 1. All loans of this bank carrying an 8/f interest rate will have that interest rate reduced to 1% beginning March 1. 2. All new loans made from and after this date, which would have carried an 9% interest rate, will now bear only a 1% interest rate. This decision, made out of a clear sky, will bring a definite benefit to many, and again demonstrates that "Your Home Bank" is interested in the welfare and financial assistance of the home community. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa. Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corporation. Evelyn Anderson returned to Chicago coslon being In honor of Knthryn's llth birthday. Walter Aman, student at the Hamll- ' Sunday after B weeks visit with her ton Business College in Mason City | P ar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson, spent the week end, at the home ef his, Alice Dunham, Juanita Underkofler, parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Aman ' ' and to returned on the bus. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Elseriman, sons Willard and Cleo of northeast of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nail and two litle daughters, Diana and Carmen of near Stllson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbaum and family. Kirschbaum and Mrs. Nail are Mrs. both daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eisenman. TMtftCi A « eAS ON Retail Coal Men Not Permitted to Fix Prices Protection for Small Dealer and Trucker In order to effectuate the policy of Title I, of the National Industrial Recovery act, approved June 16, 1933, I, Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States, pursue Jit to the authority thereby vested in me and in accordance with the provisions of said act and the provisions of an act to create a Federal Trade Commission, approved Sept. 6, 1914, do hereby direct that: 1. Whenever any complainant siiall be dissatisfied with the disposition by any federal agency except the Department of Justice, of any complaint charging that any person, partnership, corporation, or other association, or form of enterprise, is engaged in any monopolistic practice, or practice permitting or promoting a monopoly, or tending to elimniate, oppress, or discriminate against small enterprises whcih allegedly in violation of the provisions of any code of fair competition approved under the National Industrial Recovery act, or allegedly sanctioned by the provisions of such code but allegedly in violation of Section 3 (a) of said National Industrial Recovery act, such complaint shall be transferred to the Federal Trade Commission by such agency upon, request of the complainant. 2. The Federal Trade Commission may, in accordance with the provisions of the National Industrial Recovery act, and the provisions of an act to create a Federal Trade Commission, approved Sept. 26, 1914. upon the receipt of any such complaint transmitted to It, institute a proceeding against such persona, partnerships, corporations, or other associations or form of enterprise as it may have reason to believe axe engaged in the practices aforesaid, whenever it shall appear to the Federal Trade Commission that proceeding by it in respect thereof would be to the interest of the public. Provided, that it in any case the Federal Itade Commission shall determine that any such practice is not contrary to the provisions of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission act or of Sections 2, 3 or 7 of the act of Oct. 15, 1914, commonly called the day- ton act, it shall, instead of instituting such proceeding, transfer the complaint, with the evidence of other information pertaining to the matter, to toe Department of Justice. 3. The power herein conferred upon the Federal Trade Oammia- goln «hall not be construed ait being in derogation of any of the power* of said cotm" 1 "^"" under existing law. FRANKLIN D. ROO6BVELT, President. E* N. Taylor, Inc MHW, I** oaXE On tto WNW Myrtle Ama, Titonka, Is Popularity Winner Titonka: The Ladles' popularity contest, which has been running the last few weeks, came to a close last Friday evening with Myrtle Ama, local girl, carrying off the honors. She topped the rest of the contestants with a count of 7840 votes. Her next closest rival was Marie ReHo, a girl from Wesley, who accumulated a score of 5800 and Miss Alvena Danielson was third with 5243. The winner received a handsome platinum wrist watch. Guy Bruns was sick in bed with the flu the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs; H. A. French entertained several guests to a dinner bridge party Friday night. Miss Edith Budlong of Hampton and her mother, Mrs. J. J. Budlong were visitors here Sunday. Adolph Missal was appointed to nil the unexpired term of Anton Pannkuk as councilman. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson drove to Clarion Sunday to visit their two sons, Kermlt and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard of Burt Thursday. Miss Magdalene Sartor, teaching at Magnolia, returned home Friday night to spend the week end. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French were guests at a party given by the Wendell Frenchs at Algona Sunday night. Mrs. Stephen De Fries returned home Friday from Sanborn, where she nas been coaching a play for the last t^o weeks. Mrs. Earl Hansen of Swea City is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen were formerly of Titonka.. Miss Hazel Miller entertained several of her classmates and friends at a party Saturday night. Bridge was played after which a delicious luncheon was served. Alvena DanieLson drove to Armstrong Saturday to get her mother, who accompanied her to Qskaloosa to visit another daughter of Mrs. Danielson's. They expect to return Tuesday. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained the bridge luncheon dub Thursday. Decorations were caiTted out with the Valentine idea. Mrs. Harry Beed received nigh score and Mrs. Ray Bonacker, low. Miss Lorraine Petersen was the guest or honor at a surprise party Tuesday night. The «K'-rmilon was her 18th birthday. The guest* played bridge after which a delicious luncheon was serevd by Mrs. Petersen, Titonka high school's first string basketball team played the fa«t no«- erpft aggregation on ttw local floor on Thursday nigt and by very fax floor sttA-ag-i** ^ Adelaide Randall and Ruth Jones were Atama, visitors lait Wednesday eyen- ;tng!**-v>^4><}v^'Vg'*;-^ "vLv.^^.j^.a;' "-• '••'' -*.':^-"*- ; LeRoy Anderson and son, Fred of Radcliffe visited Sunday at the L. W. Wlemer home. Mrs. Anderson returned with them after a week's visit here. Relatives here have received word of the serious Illness of Mrs. Merle McAnlnch. She Is In the hospital at Iowa City. The McAntchs were formerly residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wordfin visited on Saturday at ths George and Chester Worden homes at Dows. On Sunday, they went on to Rowan to visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey. They returned home Sunuday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson and family and Adelaide Randall and Ruth Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara and daughter were guests last Tuesday evening at the Chester Johnson home. On last Thursday afternoon the M. E. Aid met in the church basement with a committee, Mrs. Blanche Jeaks, Mrs. George Moulton and Mrs. Howard Mayne In charge. It was decided to have a parcel post package sale at the! next meeting, which will be in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Howard Mayne. Week End SPECIALS Tomatoes, 1 72 No. 2 cam .......... llC 2 No. 2 caiis Peaberry pound Corn, i r 2 No. 2 cans i*JU Frute-Gel, C_ Asst. flavors, pkg ** *» Sweet Prunes, small pits, 4 pounds .... Crackers, 2 pound box Kidney Beans, Bed, 2 cans Chile Powder, Don, reg. 15c can Baking Powder, Clabber Girl, 2 Ib. can'.. Matches, good and cheap, 3 boxes Chocolate, Walter Baker's, % pound cake .. Boiled Oats, 8 Ib. bag Soap Flakes, Silver Leaf, S Ib. box .... 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