The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Dee Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Norember 1, 1934 OLD ALGONA BOY VISITS FRIENDS HERE Bobt. Starr, flon of M. Starr, Former Editor of Algona Bepublican Here Mon. Haa Retired After Making a Fortune in Fruit Ranch ing in Colorado Many old friends of the Milton Starr lamfly were jfleaaed on Monday to ret and two children, who are now ff at Austin, Colorado. The MiWon *UHfr family left Algona la iWi, M J*"?*!* 8 ?;.. Mr. Starr had been the talented editor of the old Algona Repub- Ijean and later the Upper Dea ttolnet- wspubllcan after the consolidation of the two old papers. At the time of his departure he owned a half interest in the paper with J. w. Haggard. His interest was sold to J. W. Shearer, who later sold to the late Sid J. Backus, the latter selling to RUM Waller after twenty yean joint ownership with Mr. Haggard. The move to Colorado was made by the Starr family in the in- est of health. They bought a fruit ranch on the western slope and prospered. There were three boys and one «irl in the family. Richard, the second boy, died shortly after the family moved west. Helen went to the Congres- sloal Library in Washington, D. C., •where she held a position for some years, going from there to the James •J. Hill Memorial Library in St .Paul some twenty yean ago. She is now th« head librarian drawing a salary of $6,000 per year. Mr. and Mrs. Starr have now been dead for some years, •and their fruit ranch has been carried •on by their sons, Robert and Arthur. Arthur, the younger, who is still unmarried, is active in the raising of apples and he and Robert own several big fruit ranches. Robert has retired from active ranch work, having made a fortune in fruit raising. He and his family were on their way home from Wisconsin, where they had been for a visit with Mrs. Starr's parent*, afterwards attending the World's Fair in Chicago. Former Algona Man Writes From West M. Bonder, who for some years has mad* hh home in Al«ona, writes from p»io Alto, California, where he and his wife have been located for some months. Mr. Bonder is an aeronautical engineer and has help- in the building of the XT. S. Macon, a dirigible Just recently completed as we understand it. Mr. Bonder only last summer was married to Miss France* Gorman, the charming daughter of one of the well known families of Prairie township, Kossuth county. They have been living at Sunnyvale, the big government air field where the Macon was constructed. Mr. Bonder's letter follows: 'Algona Upper Dea Molnes: Will you kinder send our paper to 407 Cowper street, Palo Alto, California, our new address. My wife and I look forward each week to receiving the Upper Des Molnes, because it so thoroughly cover the general news of interest in Algona and Kossuth county. At the present time we are studying the qualifications of the political candidates running for state and county offices, so that we can cast intelligent absentee votes. My wife likes it out here very much, but she cannot forget her home in Prairie township, nor her many friends in and around Algona. The U. S. . Macon airship is doing considerable flying out here. She can cover a large area of the Pacific ocean with very little cost in comparison to a cruiser and in very much shorter time. I believe that the airship cannot be replaced for long distance scouting in tune of war or peace. Best regards to our friends and acquaintances In Kossuth county. Very truly yours, Frank M. Bondor." Segrid Strom, Lillian Kressin and Lulu Kohl were guests over the week end at the Walter Ohm home in Fenton. C. W. PEARSON REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER Solicits your support on a basis of previous experience as an assistant in the office for seven years. Has a fundamental knowledge of the duties of the office which qualify him for this important position. 53 years residence in Kossuth County. WESLEY WOMAN PASSES IN 65TH YEAR, SATURDAY Mrs. Alice Robinson Funeral Service Held Monday; Sons Survive Wetiiey: The death of Mrs. AUoe Robinson occurred at her home late Saturday afternoon, Oct. 27, following several months' illness of cancer. The deceased was 69 yean, 10 months and one day old at the time of death. She was born December 96th, 1861 at Richmond, Wisconsin, and was married to Clarence E. Robinson in 1898 and came to Wesley in 1901, the boyhood home of Mr. Robinson who was a blacksmith here until his death December 24th, 1931. Mrs. Robinson had been for many years a faithful member of the Christian church. Since coming to Wesley she attended the Methodist church. She leaves to mourn her loss, two sons by a former marriage: George E. Davis of Wesley and Floyd L. Davis of Boise, Idaho, also by three half brothers and one half sister, Ellsha and Etta Hayward, Elgin* HI., Allen Hayward, Lemmon, outh Dakota, and Jerry Hayward of Kansas City, Kansas. During her ill- ess she was tenderly cared for by her son, George. Funeral fcervloes were 'ield Monday afternoon at two o'clock t the M. E. church with Rev. I. C. AcNulty In charge. Burial was in the Evergreen cemetery beside the grave f her husband who preceded her in eath. Mrs. Hans Hanson, who has been ill the past week with intestinal flu. Is Improving. Mrs. Margaret Lawler of New Pro- idence Is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. carl Hanson, the Theron and Raymond Hanson and Gordon C. Glddlngs families drove to Clear Lake Sunday. The Legion Auxiliary met Thursday vening at their rooms with 13 mem- YOTJE FBTJBND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY—NOVEMBER 2-3 T and T Pumpkin Pie Spice 2pkgs.l5c Sweet, Tender Peas Dante confine purchase* to two cam at thi* price, 2 ^ 25c Vanilla Wafers Special aale on then Froh Baked Ctook- tea. Average 48 cookfc* to the *. For the table and school lunch. Fine to dunk. 15c Pound Genuine Red Alaska Salmon Deep red in cete; rfeh *» o» and a wonderful flavor. Mont eoweilent in salmon loaf. Sale Tab Can Peaberry Coffee Fresh toasted. Ground to order Lb. 19c Grape- Nuts Sale Special Pkg.lGc Gorman's 8wee« Chocolate Sale Special 2 S5, I7o "Superb" Mince Meat 8»> Special 2 pkgs. 17c Michigan Navy Beans The Genuine Mfchi- IMI Pea, Beans. So nice for coup and for Baker Beans. Buy » gu|>d aupp'r at Oie SUe Price. 3-Ib. Robb-RoM MAPO An imitation Manle flavor and color, teaipoon "Mapp" jives color and a deUdow Maple flavor to one quart of moguf •jnrup. BOTTLE One 9c Golden "CT Brown Sugar with for padcake when flavored He "Fint Prize" Buckwheat Flrtt quality New York Eockwheat. A brand that poriUvdy awurtu U(ba, flatty golden blown p«ncat>» of the floe* flavor. Don't forget the yeaat eakw •o you can have Buckwheat cake* tur bitaOJart. S-LB. BAG RUTABAGAS, Northern grown, per pound 29c 2c >ers present and with Bonnstetter as hostess. Mrs. F. A. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Meurer and son, Jterling Nell of Plover Tare guests Sunday at the home of hia brother, J. T. Meurer and family. Mrs. Dan Klmes of Fontenelle spent ;he past week here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, who took her to her home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, accompau- ed Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson of Algona to Chicago Thursday morning, where they are spending several days at the World'3 Fair. They will also visit Mrs. Larson's father, Frank Gerstner, at Cedar Rapids on their return home. Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Hodges invited In a few old friends honoring her mother, Mrs. Nettie Turgeaon, who on that day wma 90 years old. These friends were: Mrs. Peter Skow, Mrs. HaUie Price. Mn. 8u0te Gray and Lakota Funerals Sadden Community Mm. SnHh Rites Lakota: Funeral services were held on last Wednesday afternoon at the Mrs. C. R. Smitti residence for Mrs. Mtente SmlttJ, mother of the late C. R. Stnlth. The services were in charge of EK<r. O. H. Prerking and burial was m*d* in Maple Hill cemetery «wt of town. Mrs. Smith passed away at the hetne of her daughter, Mrs. Bertram Daaat at Bismarck, North Dakota, at th» ate of » yean. Mrs. smith leaves to mourn her daughter, and four sons, Fred of Zearing, Iowa, Albert of Fort DMge, Howard of Albert Lea. and Arthur of California. CMH, Funeral services were held Thursday forenoon at the George ARtaer home ft* ttefe little grandson, George McDennott, MB of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MeDejntaott of asthetHUfe Ithe little fellow having been 111 for three weeks with infection following chicken pox. He was 19 mbnths old. He leaves besides hia parents, one brother antt three slaters. The Misses Gertrude Wortman and Blanche Miller were Algona visitors on last Saturday. The J. E. Ukena family and Mrs. Julia Wortman spent Sunday with relatives at George. E. A. Wortman and son, Morris and John Bergman were Sunday "dinner guests at the Wade Ball home. Mrs. Fred Schroeder, Mrs. Harvey Johsnon, Mrs. R. L. Williams and Mrs. Wm, Turtey were Mason City visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schiasel and Robert Hamilton attended the Iowa- Minnesota football game at Iowa City last Saturday. A boy weghing seven and one-half pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith last Friday night at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sanden of Lake Mills were over night visitors at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Lcats on Tuesday. Mr. and Mm. Ervrtn Newland and three sons of Kensett, were guests Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Newland's sister, Mrs. Tabe Loats. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren were up from Algona, on Tuesday calling on relatives in this vicinity. The Ogrens expect to leave Monday for the south where they will spend the winter. The Ladles Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will be entertained on Thursday afternoon at the •home of Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr. The hostesses will be Mrs. Wm. Schroeder and Mrs. Harvey Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Meyer, ST., en- Joyed a visit Sunday from their daughters, Mrs. Clarence Swanson and her daughter, Gloria, Mias EUen Meyer, and Mrs. Rudolph Morrison and husband of Albert Lea, and Mn. George Weigand and family of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. George Ertle of Bauk Center, Minn., were here Sunday and Monday visiting with relatives. They are newly weds and were on their way home from Chicago where they had Union Mother's Club Hallowe'en Party Enjoyable ITnhm: Last Thursday afternoon was a very enjoyable day for the members of tta Mothers and Daughters club and their guests. Thefer were entertaih- ed by Frances Gould and Mae Etiher- ington 1 at the former's home which had been approprately decorated for the occasion. About thirty-five ladies attended. The party was carried out in Hallowe'en style. Two vocal solos were given by {Catherine Leaaon accompanied on the piano by her mother, Mrs. Clara Thompson. Instrumental music waa given by Mr«. John Eth- eringfton. The remainder of the program eonstotlngr of games and contests was under the direction of the committee, Ada Hofliu and Dorothy Keefe. Marie Bode acted the role of a witch and also told fortunes. A lunch typical of Hallowe'en wao served by the hostessea Besides those on the program other guest* were Mesdamn Jo» Amdorfer, Fred Will, Albert But- terfleid, Jens Sorenson, Glen Strayer, Chas. Culbertson, Maurce Etherington, and Miss Wlhna Etherington. The next club meeting will be on November 8 at the home of Mame Winkel with Elizabeth Kohl as the assistant hostess. George Kohl'. Birthday George Kohl was happily surprised last Thursday evening when about 40 neighbors walked In to help 'him celebrate his birthday anniversary. Five hundred waa played at seven tables. The hgh scoirea were won by Fern Glsch and Herman Volght, the latter (from WtiKtemore. The travel prize waa won by Mary Glsch. A delicious lunch completed the pleasant evening. Mrs. Alfred Schenck returned a week ago Monday from a visit to Wisconsin. Kendall Ward returned to school on Monday having recovered from his recent accident. LeRioy Stoffel ahstated? Frank Ho- flus a couple of dajw last week In dipping hia sheep. Marjorle Crulkahank was hostess to 14 senior normal training girls at her home last Saturday. Charles Devlne has been absent from district No. 4 school several days last week being sick with tonsillU*. A group of neighbors gathered at the Ben Gould home last Thursday evening and enjoyed a Hallowe'en party. Mrs. Jacob Winkel was presented wttfh a new Chevrolet coach by her husband in honor of their 39th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koppen and their daughter of near Lives-more were the guests Sunday at the Wallace McArthur home. The ladies are ststen. Leonard Crulkahank, his brother. Frank and Albert Granaow of Algae* were among these who attended the football game at Iowa City last Saturday. Arabella, ueFbenon. Mrs. MeOutchln and Mm Ann* SUB* wen unaMe to •Mended on account o fa death in the family. The Catholic Daughters of America sponsored a card party at the lodge hall Saturday afternoon. Proceeds went to the Sisters of St. Francis for missions. Bridge and five hundred was played with prizes going to Mrs. John Hutchison and Mrs. Ben Studer n bridge and to Ida. f?ha.»^. Froeh» ich and Mrs. Tom Forburger in five hundred. Mrs. Julius Kunz received a hand painted picture for having the lucky number on which numbers were sold. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sage and family of Mason City visited her mother, Sunday. Open house was held during .he afternoon and 70 friends called which Mrs. Turgeson enjoyed very much. She is enjoying good health and Is always pleased to have callers. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Corey and family returned to their home in Des tfolnes Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Kunz and daughter, Fidelia, returned to their home at Madison, Wisconsin, Sunday night. They had all been lere to attend the funeral of their relative, Henry Kunz. Arm Cut To Bone Wesley: Little Carol Erdmann, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman, while playing Saturday fell on a piece of broken glass, cutting her right trm to the bone. She was given medical attention and is getting along nicely. attended the Century of Progrcaa. Mr. Brtte is a nephew of J. A. and J. H Meyer, ST. Mr. *nd Mr*. B. f. Powers receir ed word recently of the marriage of their oon, Ralph T. Powers and Miss Ruth Sheehan of Buffalo, New York. Miss Sheehan was school teacher and Mr. Powers is with the Hearst Publishing Co., and his office is in Buffalo, where they are making their home. Congregational Church The Women's Association will meet at the church Thursday for a one o'clock luncheon. Services for Sunday, November 4th: Church School at 10 o'clock.; morning worship with childreifa talk at 11 o'clock; young people's meeting at 8:30. The annual meeting of the church will he 'held Thursday, November 8th. MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Kossuth County homes on our easy monthly payment rtan. See us today. The Algona Building & Loan Ass'n STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OP IOWA STATE BANK organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Algona, In the county of Koa- suth, at the close of business on the 17th day of October, A. D. 1934. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities $ 762,705.82 Overdrafts NONB Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 3.000.00 Banking House 15.000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 4,000.00 19,000.00 Due from banks and bankers, cash and cash items .. 1,291.068.55 Stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corp 1,423.13 Total BCMOTCM LIABILITIES. Capital Stock: Preferred A, None; Preferred B, Non Common $50,000.00 Total * 50,000.00 Surplus Fund 50,000.00 Undivided Profits (after deducting expenses) 29,73535 Deposits due to banks and bankers on demand 108,136.75 Individual deposits subject to check 1,716.32451 Savings deposits 35,718.79 Time certificates of deposit NONB Demand certificates, certified checks, cashier's check* and unpaid dividends 20,85249 Postal Savings deposit* 1,000.00 U, B. Deposits 85,520.00 $2,077,287.49 100X100.00 29,73535 1,947,55214 STATE OF IOWA, Koafuth county, aa. We, R. H. Miller, President; H. R. Cowan and N. A. Smith, Vice President*; H. L- Oilman, Cashier; and F. L. MoMahon, Assistant Cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. R. H. MTTJiER. President. N. A. SMITH. Vice President. H. R. COWAN, Vice President. H. L. OQ4IORB, Cashier. F. L. McMAHON, Assistant Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by R. H. Miller, N 1 . A- Smith, H. R. Cowan. H. L. GUuu>re and F. L. McMahon, this 27tb. dw of October, IW4. LODISB MAONUSON, (8SAU Notary Public in and for Ko&suth County. ATTESTED BY: JOHN FRANKL. J. O. UAWD8LEY. L. E. LINNAN J. F. OVKRMTCR. M. P. HAQOA&D. Director*. NON-SKID Spot Pad Trusses The Perfect Raptare Holders! CONSULTATION »n« 4DVICE or SEE OUR FITTER /VOW/ <T« k*T« • AFKCIAI. TTl'K fn YOU* K«pt«r*I Sorensen Drug Alfona, low*. Read The Want Ada—It Pays. To the Voters of Kossuth County During the past several months, I have attempted to meet as many people as possible in our county. Naturally, I have not been able to see everyone, which I regret. In my campaign for sheriff, I have refrained from dealing in personalities, and I seek election to the office with a pledge that, if elected, I will give the utmost in an impartial, fair and accurate administration of the office with less cost to the taxpayers than has been the case. Gilbert Hargreaves Candidate for Sheriff—Kossuth County Now Buying Scrap Iron $3*oo per ton For Country Mixed Iron Also buy Batteries, Copper, Brass, Aluminum, etc. Fort Dodge Iron & Metal Co. POET DODGE, IOWA SCHOBYfor Representative Platform I believe taxes should be levied according to ability to pay. The general sales tax collects from the poor to benefit the rich. I stand for the repeal of the aalea tax. I believe Iowa should care well for the aged poor, but I am opposed to a tax on everyone alike to finance it. Moat other states draw their old age pension funds from the general state fund. Iowa Should do the same if we are to hare a oenalon srs- tem. This would make the rich pay their share instead of taxing rich and poor by the same head tax, which violates the principle of ability to pay. I am opposed to the creation of new boards and bureaus when the work might just aa well be done by existing agencies, thus saving needleas expenae. Under present conditions and through then* tunes I believe the state government should be conducted aa we conduct private businesses—on a pay aa we go baste, with the creation of no new obligations. What the Sales Tax Does in Kossuth County The Farm Owner Farm Owner Pays $30.00 Owner's Refund 20.00 The Wage Earner Wage Earner Pays $30.00 Wage Rimer Saves 00.00 Owner's Increase .$10.00 The Farm Renter Farm Renter Pays $30.00 Renter's Refund 00.00 Wage Earner's Increase $30.00 Town Home Owner Home Owner Pays $30.00 Home Owner's Refund 2.3G Renter's Increase $30.00 Home Owner's Increase $27.64 Who Profits? The Railroads and other Public Utilities in Kossuth pay no Sales Taxes, but in 18 months in this county alone they will save $10,463. The Insurance Companies own a great landed estate in Iowa. These companies pay no sales taxes but benefit some $20 on every quarter section. I Am Opposed to Shifting the Tax. Load From The Corporations and the Large Property Owners to Farm Owners, Farm Reuters, Small Home Owners, and Wage Earners. A Vote for Schoby is a Vote to Repeal the State 2 Per Cent Sales Tax

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