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The Algona Upper Des Moinee, AJgona, Iowa, March 29,1984 LEDYARD CAGE TEAM GUESTS AT BANQUET; INTERESTING PROGRAM Harold "Grainier is Toastmaster; Girls Team, Mothers Serve Ledyard: On last Wednesday even- Ins; the girls' basketball teams assisted by their mother* served a banauet to the boys' teams In the gymnasium. The gym, and table -were apnroorlatelv decorated In the school colors and with the recently won tronhies. The following menu was serv-ed: chicken and dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, oineamrte salad, corn, rolls, sisklfs. ice cream, angel food eak« and coffee. Pol- lowing the dinner a most entertaining program was given with Harold Oran- ner as tonstmaster. The following toasts were given: Exuerlences at the Algona and Mason City Tournament?. .Tames Logan: Thrills at cedar Falls. Kenneth Thonnwon: Playing the Game. William Barnes: Our Boys. Geor«! Moulton: Success of the Season. Suwt. A. E. Louritzen: Reading. Encouragement. Edith Logan and Cleo Gable. Then Station LHS broadcasting Led- vard-Martelle game with some of the Birls uortra^lng Mr. Laurltzen. Gran- nrr. etc. The banauet was a decided success In every way. The school board met Thursday night *nd reflected all of the oresent teacher*. Mrs. Ed McOulre of Cedar Raoids csme last Sunday and is visiting at the home of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. August Gelhaus. Mrs. M. Pom*; and Mrs. Ella Gelhaus were in Burt Thursday having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. O. Engelby and son and On Sunday evening. Mrs. Harriet Matzner was hostess to the boys' team at a waffle suooer at the Motor Inn cafe. The Roy Kluegers moved this week to a farm near Swea City. Mr. Kessler owner of the farm where the Kluegera have been living moved onto the farm. Mrs. Dave Frietz and daughter returned home last week from .the hosni- tal in Buffalo Center. Lvdia Junke- meier is assisting with the house work. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bauman of Blue Earth moved this week to the Bauman farm couth of town. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Bauman who have been living there, moved to Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Junklns of Omaha visited at the Halverson home last Wednesday and Thursday. While here they sold the "Dad" Jenks home to D. A. Link of Swea City. The choir of the Methodist church will present an Easter cantata at the church next Sunday night at 8:00 under the direction of Mrs. P. O. Johnson. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. 30 Cresco Folks Enjoyed Gathering to Honor Potters Cresco: Thirty or more people gathered Friday evening at the C. A. Potter home in honor of Carrol's oarents. L. A. ("Bert") Potter's 30th wedding anniversary. The children uresented their Barents with an electric clock. VVJS ^ * ". VJ> jfotpo/p/teUai i ^/*/jw0*-«fVWw l AtlfytfOffl' 4*tL 3*»tt/&*K*>M* rte\ Mrs. Clifton Engelby were Elmore visitors last week Monday. Mrs. Ben LenUch and baby are at the Mary Schlltz home In Bancroft. The baby is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arndt and their daughter-tn-law of Guckeen were calling on friends here last Wednesday. For Supervisor Dist. No. 4 I hereby announce my candidacy for Supervisor of District No. 4 on the Republican ticket. Tour vote at the June Primary will be appreciated. Paul Nemits FENTON 12-13" A. McLean, on the H. I. Sabln farm, has been laid up with sinus trouble. The B. P. and D. D. ftoaric* visited Sunday at the R. M. Llndbarsl horn* near Tltonka. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown »is«*d a | week ago Sunday at the Wilson Bmra | home at Judson, Minn. . Delores, age. three. oaucJvter of tie Carl Browns, was operated on » wwi „ ago Sunday At the Kossalli Jxispci*!. O. W. Brown received • IWSBM? «s i Tuesday stating that a broUwr-&-4wr. Tom Saddoris of Boone. SI oasstd array Monday. The condition of Mrs. T<-«TS W3«£n ' Is reported about the same. She is *"">- j able to leave her bed or retain nourishment. Mrs. E. C. Potter visited P-'-T the O. S. Moore home. The A. E. CJ«»tons spent Sunday evening at tb« E. C. Potter home. A correction to last week's items is that the Ira Asbings moved from the Henry Wadsworth farm, not the W. A. White farm as we wrote it. Shelah. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moore, was oulte ill last week Tuesday, threatened with pneumonia, but Its later reported as recovering nicely. Modern lighting Quality Fixtures for Every Style Home at Last Call Low Prices Modern homes need modern lighting equipment. You can Have from 10 to 25 per cent by ordering now before we are forced to restock at rising manufacturing coats. Your family is entitled to the convenience and comfort provided by these new style fixtures. Designed to please those who want the best at small expenditure. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 - Algona The G. E, Havnes. who moved back here from Pforia. Illinois, and tr>- Jas. Reids of Hector. Minn., the C. A. and B. C. Potters were guests Sunday at the L. A. Potter home. B. F. Sparks and son have moved .heir bee supplies Into the basement of he former Hobarton store. They were at Sioux City the first of last week with honey and brought home - truck load if lumber and supplies. Mrs. Ira Ashing is assisting at the A. C. Worster home this week. Mrs. Worster's mother. Mrs. Broadwell. was aken ill last week. Wednesday night, elleved to have suffe-sd a stroke and at this writing she remains unconscious. The George Gowins of Mason City were visitors Saturday night at the Will lunchev horrfe and Sunday at the Wm. Greenfield horns. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Mary Runchev of Sunday at the Wm. (/-WILL ROGERS TO writ* et Win Rocm h Hkc tntnxroelng on* to hit * bat trind. tor Wat Ro«tn h cretfcody's friend. H* tte »t rvttr t««Xfm Ublt. Rli Nomtly timx* to to rmy tamo. Emreo* knows that he is f>«m lfc»t k» ?»» twirl a rope wWi the bat of tint I* ns in T*w}t*3l« for jr*«n with the cxcep- So* *f i jswt Itec W!M« be mad* some early Tfc»t to fe » mat tanerirf. cad bat been a tremendous i»iraa Tfc"l ht * • polo pJirw of national prominence aad *•« Mrs »«t fceth of whom abn are famwa as poloistt . tat fern are » tor tfcinrs that w* notice in the itadk* Oat art tat a)*w cowmen knowledge ootsid*. Will fci»m. «aLm*a Is? tk*wi fatm ecmUntly and buys it kr Ar free*. •**«• misu to bare a piece fund/ but is »l- stick fnm somebody. Hetweanheh tot • ntraUrtr knockint on wood. A A> a cotmtpcodeot for close to 800 newspaper* he has •ever auiixd a day or been Ute with » story, regrardlws ft where fee happened to be. H's articles are frequently HevaaeJ ia his antMnobite. and he earri«s a typewri JB k» rar st afl time*. His personal liking for firing and Ms article* on the subject have constituted one of the treatest boosts that aviation has received. Many of his articles have been written In the air. He ha* nerer played tolf or tennis. He dislikes the man who meets him and starts remtatoe- inc. He cant conceal the fact if he doesn't like a person. He thtes, from eonve^ring on the subject of M» early life a« a cowboy. His early ambition was to grow up and be a man. Often wonder* if he realised H. He reads the newspapers and current literature. When asked if he reads any fiction. Hoger* replied: "Yea, the newspapers." Rogers enjoy* the unique distinction of being the only actor who was ever allowed to fill In the amount of hi* ewn checks— Charles Dillfngnam always nendinir him his salary with the amount left blank to be Ailed in when depositing. He is truly the spokesman of the people. He sit* beside kings and presidents, and is welcomed in the homes of the rich and the world famous. But he Is of the common people— he Is their representative to the seats of mighty— their nominee to the hall of fame. There was » l*n» attendance at the men'* community cltib meettiwt held on Monday evenin* at tb* *yn»astam. Alter a very oleasant eveninaf a»a a »ro- gram. light «ffeahmeat« were aerved. A dinner was served Sar**av at the tamer Emery »oa>* to honor of torn cousins, who were confirmed i» tne Lutheran church. The four cousins were Viva Rlstau. Eliad Wegner. Gordon and Roland Lens. The RoyaJ Neighbors held their thirty-ninth anniversary and Rttea* tiartv at the town hj£l Tuesdar afternoon. There was a program and a social time enjoyed. A delicious two course dinner was served. PLUM GREEK NEWS Little Prudence Morrison of AUrona is R visitor at the Altwemr farm this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mervtn Hauenstetn srave a dancing oarty Friday ufgbt for a grouo of friends. The Carl Albright family were visitors Sundatr at Rockwell. Iowa, at the Elmer Gross home. Mrs. Wm. AltwegR visited Tuesday at the home of her mother. Mrs. C. O. Robinson, near Algona. The Paul Black family of Rich Point neighborhood were callers at the T. R. Plokard home Sunday afternoon. Marine Robinson of near Algona is a visitor thte week at deman. T. R. Pickard and homes. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hopkins a card party Saturday nteht " home for a large grout* of neighbors ana friends. (Mrs. Roscoe MawdSUy and two children were visitor* from SWflay until Monday at the home of her parents, the Rome Robisons near Rich point. Mary KalQ, R, N.. wag at toe Oeo. Johnson home near Rich Point, last week heloing care for L«Rov, who U very sick. Friends are honing he will soon recover. Let the tt. D. ifc-K. next Job of prlntta*. YourWants taken care of at once. Our stock of Heating, Plumbing, Sheet Metal material and Pumps make this possible. Holtzbaner Tin Shop 117 8. Dodge Phone 83 Sorensen an Algona were Flunchev hoi Mrs. Dalli Ashton, ape parents. Mr. Misses O and mother. were callers _ the A. E. Clay Mr. and M: daughter. Lol Alderman, teacher at the week end with her nd Mrs. L. A. Potter. Wlnkel and Irene Corlc Mary Cor 1 " -f Algona. ne evening last week at >n home. James Reid and their of Hector. Minn, came . _. ------- . — .„. -----Saturday to visit relatives here until Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hayne of Peorla. Illinois, moved here last week Tuesday and are having their house redecorated and are staving -I the A. D. Lehman home. Mesdamcs Reid and Havnc arc sisters. Fenton Home Oil Co. Picks Officers Fenton: The Fenton Home Oil company held a special meeting Friday ev. ening for the purrxwe of electing a president and vice president. Dr. J. T. Walte was named president and E. A. Huskacap. vice president. The directors are A. H. Krauae. Ed Weisbrod and John Wegener. LUVERNE CLUB WOMEN ENTERTAIN UVERMORE GUESTS LAST FRIDAY Mrs. Austin Burtis Home Scene of Affair; 19 Guests Present LuVerne: The 20th Century club of Uvermore were guests Pridav afternoon of the Progressive club at the home of Mrs. Austin Burtis. There were nineteen guests present. Mesdames L. C. Cockrlll. W. P. Miller. Gale Berrv- hlll. W. F. Johnson. Otto Johnson. Carl Baessler. Ulus Wilson, Chas. Howard. C. C. PhUllDS. John Olson. R. J. Altman. Edna Ocodenough, j. M. Wiggins. Helen Miner. R. W. Beardsley. R. H. dark. A. C. Bennett. 8. R. Baker and Miss Margaret Malin. The following program was given: opening, club song; welcoming address. Mrs. F. I. Chapman: response. Mrs. C. C. PhllUus of Livermore on plans for the coming vear; reading. "On Being Cllnlcked." Mrs. John Olson: a one act play, "Daylight": a book review. "Life Begins at Forty" by Mrs. Ooodenough. Giee Clnb Rates Hlch The girls' glee club accompanied by their instructor. Mrs, Ooal Morrison, went to BrJtt Saturday and took part In the music contest. They tied with hree other glee clubs for superior. Richard Nlver also entered and was sup- Mr. and Mrs. Hush Colwell and fam- ly were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Chaoman. Mr. and Mrs. ESnll Anderson went to Stratford Saturday to attend the funeral services of a friend. Miss Dorothy Hanselman returned to Chicago Wednesday, where she to finishing her nurse's training. Rev. W. Z. Allen of Audubon. Iowa. ^une Sunday and delivered the sermon n the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Elva Christensen of Coulter. la.. visited at the home of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanselman last week. Mrs. A. W. Steussy went to Port Dodge Tuesday to see Mr*. Wilson Le«r- ler who underwent an oneratlon last week. Mrs. Baddelu: visited Mrs. Jennings on Thursday at the hosnital In Port Dodge. Mrs. Jennings returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pernnde and Mrs. August Pergande went to Mason City one day last week to consult ere erior In both piano and clarinet, wo weeks they go to Ames. VWVWSAAM Build Your Spring Wardrobe Around These Smart Accessories cs this 50c 75c $1 Shirts Broadcloths white, tan, in hint-, SOX All the new .shades in silk and lisle $1.29 $1.95 35c-50c LJ A TQ A new Berg Hat will ri ' xl ^ top your Easter outfit MADSON & HANSON ''The Home of Better Clothes." Bancroft Fire Was Cause of Loss of a Wood Pile The large wood pile on the Joe Hs- tecker farm caught Ore Friday af- ernoon. The cause U unknown but >rompt attention on the oart of the ocal Hre men soon had the blaze ex- jnguished. The wood wu on the north of the house so there was no immediate danger in those quaretrs, however one corner of the house Wan "beglnninft o burn. Last lall the Elsbeckers had :he mlsfonune of losing; their home ind since then have been living on .he Henry DelterinK farm where" this fire occurred. In Junior Leacne Party Fridar The Junior Leairue held a Too** Tur- vev nartv Friday evening at the Rev. Baddeley home. A general (food time was enjoyed bv the voun* folks. There were about 25 present. Lunch wa« «*rved. Oeor«te Orlnnell, Jr.. has been 111 the oast week. The Ed Wanner home is quarantined •or dlDhtheria. Mrs. M. M. Lowmillcr is In the lios- oital ar Rocliester for an examination. Mrs. P. V. Janse of Altrona and her mother. Mrs. Mason, visited with friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. SUbbins of Aleona were Sunday jruesta at the Henry Fernanda home. ; • ; i ;» i • i • j * ; • ; • Arnold Hints and August Schwab came Sunday from Fairmont. Minn., to attend the confirmation services at tife Lutheran church. Union Easter services will be held in the Methodist church Sunday evening. There will be a cantata bv the choirs of the three churches. The Senior Ladles Bible class of the M. E. Sunday School, met Thursday with Mrs. Chas. Oenrtch. The afternoon was soent socially. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Blumer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kraft, and Mrs. Jake Kubly went to Jetters. Minn.. Wednesday to attend the funeral services of Nick Hauck. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas of Waterloo came Sunday to attend confirmation services at toe Lutheran church. Mrs. Maas' sister. Vrtma Meyer, was in the confirmation class. Mrs. Mae Moore and Mr*. Minnie King came from Omaha Wednesday to see their sister, Mrs. Florence Legler. Mrs. Legler returned home from the hosDital in Fort Dodge. George Merkle and Cecil Huff have each purchased new Plymouth can. Jim Anderson. Alexander Evans. Ed Dehnert. Harold Sorenson and Ray Stone have each purchased new Chevrolets. Donald Over was home Sunday vls- lnK his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyer. L J. Kockler was again elected as dance manager at the meeting Monday of the American LexUm members. A baby srirl wa» born to Mr. and MJ-S. Leonard Anderson Wednesday afternoon. This makes their third child Mrs. Clarence Neramers. wha underwent an operation some time ago is doing nicely. Tim Doocy left the Wohn- ke hospital last week. St. John's had no acbool Monday or Tuesday and the public school was clewed Tuesday a. m. so student could attend the first maw of Rev. Robert Quinn. Mrs. J. A_ Devine and sou. John, drove to Ames Wednesday to meet Emmet, who will come home for a quarterly visit. Emmet Is attending school at AQfia. Miss Margaret DeiUring. who went to De» Moinea Utt aunday Jucured a Job in Kuuas City. Since she was graduated from St. John'*, she hu been bookkeeper in her father's gaxm«e. CalUMa ELsbecker, R. N.. left for Car roll last Tuesday where «he will undergo an operation at St. Anthony'* hospital. Monica Underitofler t* emploped In Dr. Deyine'a office where MiM Eli- becker worked. Mr. and Mrs. f. A. Keeker and Dr. R. E. Weber drove to Sioiur City cm Saturday to attend the ordination of Rev. Robert Quinn. They returned Sunday evenin*. Rev. Quinn was a classmate of Mrs. Retfcer. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. AJoytuu* Draesaler of Pine JBluff» who have been vlaiUng here for the Iflat two wctlu. drove to De* Uoiuec with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Droe*aler where they wlU visit Mr. and Urs. Valentine Droessler. STATEMENT OP THF CONDITION OP IOWA STATE BANK organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Algona. In the county of suth, at She close of bu&Liesa on the 5th day of March. A. D. 1034. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities Overdrafts Stock of Federal Reserve Bank ... Banking House $ 15,000.00 Purniture and Fixtures 6.500.00 Due from banks and bankers, cash and cash Items .. Stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corp TetsJ Resewcea LIABILITIES. Capital Stock , so.QOO.oO iurplu* Fund 50,000.00 Undivided Profits (after deducting expenses) 26.378JS Deposits due to banks and banker* on demand .... 61377*9 Individual deposits subject to check 1.568.538.51 Savings deposit* 39.MO.8fl Time certificates of deposit S1.3M.M Demand certificates, certified check*, cashier'* check* and unpaid dividend* 30.8M60 Postal Savings deposits iTO.OOO.'oo •1,513,530.73 01.00 3,000 AO 21500.00 878,767.97 1.423.12 100,000.00 1JUKJOMA1 STATE OP IOWA, Kossutb county, as. We. R. H. Miller. Preildent; H. R. Cowan and M. A. Smith, Vice Preal- oenw; H. L. OUmore, cashier; i>~1 p. L, MitM»r"?n. ^T^tfirt Cashier of t^p. bank above named, do solemnly swear tfrat the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. R. H. MILLER. President. N. A. SMITH. Vica Preatdent. H. R. COWAN. VIM Prealdent. H. L. atLUORB, Castuer. P- L. MoMAHON. Assistant Cashier Svom to before me and subscribed in my presence by R. H. MUler, N. A- Smith, H. R. cowan, H. L. Oilmore and P. L. HrM°tvfHi thi* 34th day of March, 1034. (SXAJD JOHN PKANKL. L. B. UNNAV. M. P. HAOQARD. LO0ISE 1CAONUSON, Notary PubUo in mid for Kossuth County. ATTESTED BY: J. O. MAWCflLBY. J. P. Olreeton. THE SHOE MAN Pity the trial* of the old shoe man, Plodding a*raor as best he can. Tell me not In mournful numbers His sodl is dead or even slumbers. When he Is fitting those beautiful pumps and ties for the. Easter parade. We have forty new styles, size* from 4 to 9, widths from AAA to D. The most wonderful variety we ever offered. They are smart, chic and speedy. For Easter dress up they are the gravy on your buckwheat cakes. Best of all when you buy a pair at Neville's you always have money enough left to buy a couple of oalr of thoee full fashioned silk hose at We. Our 59c hose are tile talk of the town. Chiffons or service weight, all the new shades. The boys and girls are not forgotten at Neville's. We nave new. snappy straos and ties for the modern Miss and up-to-«he-jnlnute oxfords for the young gentleman, whose thoughts are liable to turn to love at this season of the year. Jimmie Neville • r i i: j • \ \ «: THE SHOE MAN Algoaa, la. Spring Cleaning . . . FOR YOUR RUGS AND DRAPERIES There's nothing that will make your home bright and fresh looking as beautifully cleaned rug* and drapes. And, of oourse, that* just the effect you want—«o aend your rug* and drapes to us today. It will make your housecle«Lxxln* xnuch easier, and we guarantee to dean your thing* wltto t&e utmost of care—return them to you wttt* everx bit of dirt and ertme renvyyed. Call 330 today for pick-up at your home. ELK Cleaners and Tailors ATOONA, IOWA. eceoegoagoaaaaoBoeac^ "I uU jroa. John, we reaHjr **I a«*>U ka»w about thai — 70* lira «^ but w« both have a«l*v> M rich! U»».rtnr." It*** pMNtaeMr* a» staM •/ IBM OMMMuaity hat* •ad f mrmen are both. keep tavnat 1st loach

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