The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12, 1934 WESLEY SCHOOL PLAYS MADE BIG HIT; FACULTY, STUDENTS IN CAST Twrt A wo Put nn Tact tlle WPPlc ' nd announcing the death of .rut on .uasu [„„,._,„„ tTv,i«r.v,«i,.n K,.^?,., ^f •!,„ iot» Friday Night Well Received Herman , brother of the late Wesley: The entertainment put on by the high school Friday night wa-s quite well attended and the two one act plays were very nicely given and received much favorable comment, as did the fine orchestra nnd glee club numbers. Th-e first wa-s entitled "The Dummy" with Lawrence Ooetz, Johnette Looft. Marie Reno, James Lloyd and Edward Punnemark taking part. .Tohnette took the part of Mrs. Hitchcock and was a much neglected wife because of her husband's faithful club duties. Being afraid of possible marauders. she stuffs a dummy to frighten them away. He appears on the scctv following whnt he thinks is a murder. Things turn out nicely, and he Is convinced he should remain at home more. The second r/lay "Sauce for the Gosling" with Suot. K. R. Rowley. Roger Willert, Miss Reimer, Miss Looft. Miss Packard and Bob Lawson. all faculty members, excepting Lawson, was very good, with the father, moth* and grandmother, turning tables on their "smart college bred children." and giving them a good example of their use of modern slang, embarrassing them deeply before their university friend who holds a scholarship for the use of correct English. Of course the play has a happy ending in this comedy also. Mrs. P. A. Bonnstetter entertained i group of lady friends at a waffle luncl Monday aftrenoon. Paul Engen was "under the weather' several days of last week, but is back at work again this week. Mrs. Julius Kunz and children, Mrs John Hutchison and Miss Susie PflfT- ner were Saturday visitors at Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ries and son Don of Glllett Grove were guests Sunday at the home of Supt. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley. Pp:d Corey nnd .sislrh Miss Ella Yorker of Algona spent a day last week In Wesley visiting numerous friends. Erllng Plom left Monday of last week for Morning Sun where Wednesday he began his duties as assistant at the creamery there. Miss Vera Kouba who is employed in the Home Loan office at Fort Dodge -spent Saturday and Sunday here at her parental home. Don Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer spent the week end at Britt in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Haulck. The Hutchins Bible study club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Durnin with Mrs. Marion Paulson leader of the leason. R-JV. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty drove to Kanawha Tuesday where they attended an all day convention of the Women's Foreign Missionary society. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rlcke and two children or Williams spent Sunday at the homes of their parents, the Henry Rickes and the Carl Proehllchs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer of Exoel- slor, Minn., spent from Thursday until Saturday as guests at the parental home of Mr. Studer, the Nathan Stud- ers. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby were at Forest City from Thursday until Friday visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden. who is not as well as might be. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf of Burt w«re Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E Old- dings. Ralph Goodnow, members of Die CCC •stationed at Dolliver Park near Lehigh, spent from Friday to Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Eli Goodnow. Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson and two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pavlk of Emmetsburg drove to Minneapolis Saturday night and returned home Monday morning. Rev. R. E. Berntsen, pastor at the Congregational church, has recently organized a Bible class for young people of the congregation which will meet, next, vviek Friday evening. Tilt Standard Oil Co. will run a .second station in Wesley and will be found at the former Champlain Service .station with Delbert Benton, manager, who began his duties last week. Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake and daughter, Marjorit- accompanied Allle Foerts,ch to Diinbury early Tut-atlay morning where they atuindtu the funeral of their brother-in-law and uncle, Herman Uhlen- hakr. Mr. and llr.s. A. M Ix-a.v uiicl Bur- MJ ana Mrs. I. W. Lease drove to Corwith Sunday where liicy vuiu-il at the J. W. Walker home. Mr. Walker has been ill with gall trouble and io recuperating at his home. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Lohr and children and Mhi Alary Hutchison all of Fort, Dodge spent, Sunday here a-s the guests at tli« home of their parents, Mr. and Urn. William Jiutcliiiiauii. Mr. Hutehtiison's conditions remains about the same. Mr. and Mn, ivn Hopkins aceuin- uanied by Mii> CJiurlolle K.-ilix;imt--n :>peiiL Saturday in Ma.--.un (My. Mlii fteibaamc-ii lunin-My iiv-- ci at Wesley but at pi'c\v nt jnakci her home in Colorado. She is .-pending MUIU- tune \iiiting relalui-o at 'litouku, Wt-sley ii)d flyiiMULii. Mi.ib Caliil.iL-e Ku.-k.ird. iniwi.' L- acll- er in the local i.igil .btiiojl uci'oni- pjiiiii-d Uie H'.-ir.viek high .school orchc.'.. ;,ra to Anita for a inuiii- U-itival Saturday. Keiiwick, won lirst place in their cluii. ML*, Packard ha^ given pj'ivate li^ooiu to txjiiiv (ji Hi-- in, -/li- bers of the orclsciWii. s Margaiet Floin ivtunv.-u to St. Oliif CoJleye ul NorUilk-ld. Mltuiteota, Tuesday following a months stay hen.- with Home lolk-s. While her-.- ;jie did her practice teaching in ih,.- tingii^ department. Margaret, is a aeiaior student at St. Olaf and will graduate the fore part, or Juiiu, iiavng luajored In biology uiid Englisli. Mr. ttiid Mia. Eriitot Hutciunuun, Veria Mae and Theodore Juhusoii were quests Sunday at, the home of Mr .and Mrs. Heiu-y Miller ut LuVeine. The HutcluiLsoils liad its Uie'r Company oil K&ster Sunday, the Haxoid Price ai:d Hoy Juiuiiuji famUius, of Mason City, tilt? Clayton Johiiiou family of Irv- mKtoii and Uw Hei_ry Millers of Lu- Veruc. Meinbcib of the Uhlenhak.e and iA-ieiUch Immiici, received word urer [ Jchn Ulilenhake at Danbury, Iowa. Mr. Uhlenhakp was 65 years of age and had always followed the fanning occupation. Funernil services were held Tuesday morning at Danbury. Besides his wife he leaves three living children. Mrs. Helen Johnson who during the winter months was employed as government woman worker under the Civil Works administration has completed her work covering employment of three days weekly from December 16th until the project ended the latter part of March. Distribution of some of the ar. tides has already gone forth through the supervision of Mrs. Ann M. Kunz. local Red Cross chairman, with a goodly supply of clothing still on the supply shelf to be used later. Thirty-one Legion and Auxiliary members were present at the party held Thursday night at the Legion rooms with seevn tables of bridge being played as the diversion of the evening. High score prizrs were awarded to Mrs. Frank Koubai Jr.. and J. L. Studer, low to Leo Bleich nnd Mrs. E. M. Huber. Mrs. Huber also won a can of fruit for guessing the kind of fruit therein. The birthday cuke made by Mrs. H. H. Flom, was auctioned off and was purchased by E. M. Huber who unselfishly shared with a bunch of the boys present. The regular meeting of the Auyiliary will be Sield this week Thursday night with Mrs. L. L. I/rase, hostess. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley were business calk-rs in Mason City Monday of this week. Mrs. May Harris spent Friday of last week near Wesley at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Hanfen, help. ing her can meat. Mrs. John V. Huff suffered a heart attack last week Thursday and has ilnce been confined to her bed. Mrs. Andy Baker of Mason City is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and .son, Harvey Duane of near Swea City visited Monday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard German and little daughter, Leona of near Wesley, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum. Fred Plumb returned to his horn-? on Saturday and is now up and around out side a little. He has been out of the hospital a week, but stayed In town at the home of his wife's mother in Algona. Mrs. Sarah Wise, son, Herman and daughter. Nell, drove to Mason City on Sunday morning where they spent the day visiting at the home of their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum spent Monday visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harry Maleney and family in Ma-son City. They accom- pankd Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hartley to Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mabb? and little daughter. Andy Baker nnd son, Virgi all of Mason City were visitors Sun day at the home of their sister anc daughte-r, Mrs. John V. Huff. Mr; Andy Baker is staying at the Huff home. Mrs. Carl Paetz and Mrs. Fred Neah ring were Saturday afternoon visitor in Brit. Mrs. Neahring's little son Donald who had been visiting severa days with his grandparents. Mr. ant Mrs. Henry Glave of Britt, returnee home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton o Sioux City came last week Tuesday evening to the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller and family Mr. Thornton returned to Sioux City the next day, but Mrs. Thornton remained with her mother until Saturday norning when she left on the train. CORN-HOG CONTRACT SIGNERS IN FIVE KOSSUTH TOWNSHIPS IMRRIIN 4t|,' Till; CI)H>- lUM; ( (INTIKII. \SS04'IATI4)\ OF KOXSI -I'll fill NTV. ST \TK OK IOW \ Tin' folloirliii: Is a sliileiniMit of the hilsli- Infornlalion on corn nn-e- acn nil.I linn iH-riiliictlon siitnnllteil l,y iinliviilnn I prmhiri-rs or IrvlnRlon. I'liim Ci-i-i-k. CI-I-BCO. (iurnelil anil I.im-oln tmvnships who Inivi- siun.-il con- tiarls \inih-r !lie l:i:t4 Corn-Hoi- l'i oiliu-l l,,n An jnst nient Program of tin! AurliMiIlnrnl Ail Justin en I Administration. Any pel son may make a eontlilential report, oral or written, to the toiinty allntmeni i-ominilleo or to the rnmnuinity eommittei' If lie tlnilii Mny slatfllicnt here which he helleve.s to he inaerllrale. SiKiieil: A. K CLAYTON'. Chairman. Connlv- Allotment ('oimnit tee. .1. II Fraser. \V. .1. Frlmml. Ceo. \Vlnkei anil .1. II Warner. IRVINCTON TOWNSHIP •, Cur I lliltehins, s. .1, lii.ylne ami Henry F.Nel ei.l HORS ri-o- !•' h-r & Ai-res In Ain-i Con- Litters dueeil for Stoekei Farm in K Coi-n trueted Faiioweil Market Hoi;-. Unit Acres Bought liv.v.', io:;2 lo:'.:i it>?.j r.i:;:. la.u :. i :•, Name of 1'roilii Alex.linler. N. .1 .\miln, .toseph Amiin. .losi'ith Armtorfer. C.eorKit . . Armiorfer, Leonard . Itpekman, ()tlo Itlitt-k, Jiinien I-' Illaek. i-nu I II Illniiflinril. AI. K ... IturtlH, llarrold IliirlliiKaim-. M. r '.'.'. Hot-mail. M. N Itelischoter. A I Chllton. Mrs Ktitii- . I'lilietilUH. Frank . . . CapeMlus, ICernai it . . . Cain-sins, llernanl . . . Chi IstenHon. (ii-ne ('. . I'llniiinKhiim, ('l.-m ('lark. I'uiil F liavlilson, Frank \V. . I elrieh. C K I ninlap. \\'. (i Ill-vine, S'. .1 DltHwiii Hi. Frank )•; P.-lhler. Charley l:. . KrprMInu-. John I ;rt)ehlinw. John Haul.-. Charles ... . KiHi-hi'lil. Henry Kixenti.irth. Isailore . KiHelil,ai Hi. l'i link . . . i:i.-.i-hell. A lev Ki.-i hen. Alex Fish. A.|ol|ih Fel-Hlel, Joe Ferstl, Hi.-liaril L. . l-'erl I. ( J.-orKe I' . . . I'l.inkl. F 1! Frankl, .lolni tiiiffni-y,' Itoherl HnlehiiiH. carl Hulelllni-. L. C Hi-l,li-i»rh. 1,11. John 1 11,-lnen. AiiKii»t .1. .1,,) n.soii. John Jl Illlell, Ml.-. I'.lllli I II .1,11. Ii .11. I...n I) ,1i A 1 .lei,kin.-. Leslie . .lei,.-.en. I 'hi IMi.l tl . . Johnson. .;.',.in, II. . 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Ailj Tim . ami tiNlilii iiNtriii Anv <v n M.-it following l« a Hlatcment of (ho bimtr Information on oorn a<-re- hoBi- proiluctlon mihmlttort Iiy Individual producers of Garfleld i who iiave signed contract" under the 19.14 Corn-Hog- Production i.nt I'niKriiiii i In' Agricultural Adjustment Administration person may make a connaentlat report, oral i>r wrltti-n to tli« llntrnent committee or to the community committee If he finds iient liora which he believes to be Inaccurate. SluneU: A. ]•:. CLAYTON. , ,, .. , Chalrmnii. founty Allotment Committee. J. I! 1 • I-IIS.T. \\ .!. Ki-linini. <!i-o. Wltikcl, and J. II. Warner, Com m I it «.f .Mi-ni bp is. GARFIELD TOWNSHIP l rn i n ir li.-i 11 *;. Ifenly Anlikor •n-n for, - Litters ill i n tnii-t. .1 I\iriowe,l Acr.-s 1 v.j ]•••:: j in-ij 19:12 Hen«l i Ir.k.son and oics I"ro- Fedder urcr] fur ^tocki-r Market lions Douifht Ar,,lrr.K>T. H y An.ti-ri-Kie Hi.rol.1 r A i -iiii.-r. 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John . °00 . 14.". 1fiO on - ~ t «< 0.1 1 !» f.7 13 fil 13 U -2 1 ^ 1 O X SO 40 -, n 2 fi 9 i r, 2 Tho fnllowlnB Is a *tatomont of tl>r> 1m = i<- rn rormn t Ion on corn noi-<»- nec. anil IIOK protlurtlon submlttrd Iiy Indi %-tl nr>l r>i-f-><1 noors of <_.r«»J«o«> townKhlp who have FiRned contrarts under tlio 1 S ft 4 <-"<->rn - IT<->PT r-rorlno.Horj Adjustment 1'roRram of the AKrlenltiirnl Art j^i s>tm<»n t A-tlministrat ion . Any person may maKo a confidential r«>r>ot-t. r»rnl or -n-ritton. to' ^^^ ronntv nllolment oommlttep or to the eommxinit>- committee If lie nnasi any s'tnt^ment here -which he believes to be innocxiratp. ., . . Clmlrmnn, Oonnty j^llotmont Comml-ttee. .T. If. Frnscr, W. .T. Prlmml, Ufo. ""v\"inKel, anrt j. H. 'Wrirnfr. CRESCO TOWNSHIP Community C.unnilttee. A. K. Clayton, Acres In Acres CTorV— T.,i tier's Farming Corn tractpcl F£LTTO-\ IBroxvn a.nd Earl c3\io<5<3 for JVTarket Stocleer- Unit Acres Knmp of Troducer 19,13 19.12 19:?4 : Arndorfer, Joe IfiO 7S fi9 IS HIanrliarrI, K7.ro. .... Harr, W J Itntt Oeo R. . . . J?ell Hohert M Hokter. llennle Cor J M Tuition, Loiils II Krlrksnn !•• M Kouhr. Chrtrtes A Frlderos. Vletor (lade Arthur <»rahnm J T Henry. Mrs. Mamlo !•'. . Ifansen, Adel . . . Hedrlek. Orville I larKri-aves. nilliert . . . Hansen. A. T. . . llelmers. Mrs. Ann Harr. Theoplill ?•;. Helmers, Mrs. Anna . . . H.ahle. OeorKre O. ... JerKenson, Marvi'\- . . . Jenklnson, Louis F. ... Kellev, Mathew . . Kapp, Mutt ..... I^ehninn. A. I) Lee. Italph S Loss. Mtkt- Lindhorst, Homer . . . Lane. \V. i:. . . Loss Jo! n Martin. W. L Metcalf, Thou. I! . Morcan. IJ. K Miller. Karl. IJivi-n>r< r, Hon Mil JIT. K.'irl . . . MoBler. Sam K Nlrkerson. J. I 1 I'otter. Klmer 1" I x hl!llps, M. N 1'almer. Paul .1 Parsons. Snmnor r:. Fotter. Mrs. <•. H I'otter, Klmer C. . . Kunrhev. ltol>«-rt Uoetler.' Ftilllj) St. John. \Vllli\ir Itoclileail, C. A Simmon. John Smith, c. .T Sahln. Ha'-ry Spnrk». H. F. «• l> I> Stiarks. It. F. & I >. l> .Stpw.'ii-t. <;. c Stewart. Itoli.-rt J. Stewart. <!.('. Smith. N. A Teetf r. Vi-in Teeter. Vi-rn Vlpoml. L. A. & 11. J . . Vlpoinl. Harrv .1 Vlpoml. L. A. AV If. J . . Vipotnl. L. A. & II. J. . Wnuni-r. Nlrk 11 \VaitH. JameH ]-; ... Wllilln. Lt-wls \Veyilert, John TV«yrt«rt. John . . . . A . . Wevdert. Joe ... Weydort. John '. Worsler. M. C. Wlllert. U. O '.I... . . 210 KO fil IS 70 .1.1 SI T fl.1 SO .19 7 SO 30 37 S . . .IL'.f 8« 110 IP 90 1° 30 7 . 189 7S 97 2*5 . 320 30 130 26 200 75 75 J 7 fiO 10 10 .T . 200 71 7R IB 173 70 81 1 «5 . 120 40 40 S 80 40 4il R SO 23 23 f. so ar> 'jr, 7 l. r >4 7T> f>0 1 7 160 K7 R8 12 . 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H i i o 81 4S 2('0 » 4{ 2 4 231 81 1 S 7 xr. i on corn store? •• <* f J*lum ^jr^cic nlstro-t Ion _ written, to thi« i ,, ,J. H. 1-iax.r, .... '-nairmn.n. \\ . I. Frlminl. Ot-o. . v, «"ount>- \VlriK. 1. . .. Allotnu-nt in,.! J. II. - i 1 1 «-«» PLUM CREEK TOWNSHIP N'anie of I*roiliu:<- AlbrlKhi, Carl ir.9 AlhilKht. Carl IBO AllirlKht. Kalul, XO AlhrlKlit. CtuirU-M mo Altirlght, ChpHtpr ISO Altwi-Btf. W. II :i-'i) H'«li-, Jf. J r.^u HililM. JllllllH . 1«|| niKioh! W'/A!'" .'..'..'' Ii4o naik. .;,»• :.. | 60 HiiHHlr. Herinao mo Jli-nxchoter. Clirti.n 240 Hunkofkisc, Clan-nre .. 11 :i >!,-H8i lioti-r. <Jeu l»|| llrophy, James . . -'7« Halley. Henry ' IBM Ha. on. r \v . . . <'lul,.iai|i||i-. l>. I ,, uii.i Carroll. John ••'••• ('loin i,. i;<-orKli- . . '•i-iilknli.iiik. Frank ''.lihoilli. llo.^H li.ivi.lKon .lijiii.-ii K . l-:i»- he!.I. Alny»ln., - . . i;ur,l..|,,-i' 'K|,,y,| |V : (,l)l.e/-|. Jwn.r.sl • oll'llli-f , A llHlill liill/ri.l.-. ctmrji-M <i',Jil,-n, T.,in ...... •c. Chirk SelllTliam. Ai-re.s I Unit I-'lov.l EIa.cor» n Aeri-M C?<>n- Corn trat-t*-«l rfu*'t"*J for" «-«i Mo.rKi-t 1933 1S3 42 6f, 7« 83 :n us 110 Itin UK 112 KM 6 It ior, 177 sr, 1<I!» KO 7o »r> 19":; i» 3 2 •5 1 .". 1 I l « •^4 17 1 -J 1 1 . . 740 . . 'JSu . '. 217 . . ;; '2 '» . . t tin '.fo««. I-:. It ! HUMll-ll.T. ljoll.,l.i K M.ii,i-iinii-Iii. M. r\, In . H.L:,.-.,-!, II.Ml,1.1 . . . Hairis.,n ^V. U Hoover. Ciiff Ho|>kll,H. A. !•: Harmon. *; uy lolin.M.n, Harv.-y . . I il.sp.T.-.OIl. I'ljli,.- J J.-iKenwon. Alfii ti Kuln lllon K nud.^.-ri. ( 'li i i H ( • K'aln, Kilvviu ,1 . . . . K.iln liro.i K'nox, l!.;n . . . Kent. F i; K"i-l I li. i-il.'i n !•• v Kuln Hi OK . . ! ' . Ki.iini>. VViiltfr . . . . LarMun. Tliorw;t 1.1 . . Larson, 1',,-t ra l.ur.son. J< wi--l M . . Miller. <;,.-,.,rue . . Miller l.fij . . . lluvnl»l,-y i;i,,, ,,,_. Mi-l-:nro..'. l., B li,. il. -i-Jiu,,.-, I I-: Miller. I.i- < . . Mllli-r. I.i-., . . . MllU-r. I., o Mi.-t2K*.-l', Albvrt I. 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