The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1934 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 27,1934 NEIGHBORS? WEI THESE BMNGTON FOLKS ARE MIGHTY THOUGHTFUL 16 Wagons Appear at Mrs. Frank Erdmann's to Help Pick Corn Irvington: That the eeneral thpuRW,- lulness of people is getting better instead of worse as some neaule would have us believe was demonstrated last flaturdav when about 43 of Mrs. Frank rOmann's neighbors and friends arrived 'to spend the O.iv ami nick her corn. Dinner and sutroer was f-erytd to the men. Mr. Krdmanvi die:! intt 8un,«ner and Mrs. Erdmann was U-.t with small children to nrovide for. Her brother Is assisting at OM.s'jiit with the futm work. In the mornine there were 18 wagons and in *.ne afternoon 23. About 40 acres were husked during the day. Needless to sav Mrs. Erdmann is very grateful to hose who assisted •with the husking. Miss 'Jessie Smith of Algona visited Sunday with her friend, Margaret Mulligan. Wm. McMahon of Algona was plowing last, week with his tractor for Ben Terhune. The Harrv Seeley family moved last Friday to their new home northwest •f Whlttemore. Mesdames V. B. Schichtl and O. L. Miller will be hostesses this Thursdav to the Irvington Ladies Aid society. The new barn on the Perry Phillips farm Is now completed as is also a new hog house and chicken house. Mrs. Anna Sankev visited S'^dav at the Bert Sankey home In Gal- fcralth. Velma Ramus was also ore- sent. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Borman of the Bleb Point neighborhood entertained a number of relatives and friends Sun- dav for dinner. The local school la wenaring a Thanksgiving day urosram to be given next. week. Misses Schultz and Ranev are the teachers. Friends here will be sorry to hear thaf. Omar Clearv is not nrogresslng as rauidlv as had been antlcloated after bis removal to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune motored to Storm Lake recently taking Mr Compliment* for C. B. Murtagh Terhune's sister, who has been visit- Ing here for some time. Mrs. Ray Pitch and her sister. Mrs. Ben Potter visited at the howe of Hielr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clarke of Britt last Thursday. Friends of L. T. Griffin in this community will be elnd to hear he has recovered sufficiently from, his recent stroke to be UD and around again. Friends here will be rjleased to lonrn bhat Roy Pickens. lormer Irvineton bov. Is now located at. Hartley, whero he Is manager of a Council Oak grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dttsworth of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dilsworth and Mrs. Mary Harness were all Sunday dinner guests at trm Alex McLean home. Repair work on the dirmo platform of the local Fanners elevator was be- ine done the first of this week. It was necessary to lay several new nlanks in the floor. James Ditsworth visited Saturday and Sundav at the Sam Reaper home and Sundav evening went to the home of his son, Frank, where he will remain 1 for several days. Mrs. Sam Reaper and John Mcll- hattln went to Bancroft Saturday and returned home Sundav. Thev were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Covne. old friends of Mrs. Reaper. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and their son, Edward and wife attended the. Newbrough funeral at Lone Rock last Saturday and also went to Humboldt .for the burial service. Edna and Joe Jordan came from Mason CKv to visit at the Jordan home near Rich Point on Saturday. Edna returned to her work on Monday, but Joe is home for a two weeks' vacation. Miss Idabelle Feltor, former Irvington girl, but now living with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth of Eurt, has been confined to her bed recently suffering from an attack of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell of St. Paul are visiting Irvington friends this week. They reoopted the birth of a son on Monday. Nov. 14 to their daughter. Mabel, now Mrs. Walter Benjamin of fipestone. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McNutt and Mrs. Grace Blanchard, all of Algona visited Fridiv at the M. E. Blanchard home. Swea City Herald: We can at lenst be thankful for ttw state financial control act and Comptroller C. B. Murtagh who administers it. This is the first measure ever adopted in Iowa which effectively scans and checks the expenditures of the scores of government units throughout the state, from state government down to township government. Mr. Murtagh, apparently, was a happy choice as administrator. It is a kind of work he understands and enjoys. Moreover, his attitude thus far has seemed to be a detachment from politics. He held steadily to the job undisturbed by the sound and fury of the political campaign. LEDYARD CAGERS BEAT LONE ROCK IN FIRST GAMES Boys Win, 37 to 14; Girls Also Victors by 16-14 Score That You Will Serve With Pride Thanksgiving Day JOHN NEWBROUGH DIES AT HOME OF SON AT LONE ROCK; BORN IN ILL. Services Held at Lone Rock; Interment in Humboldt Cemetery Ledvard: The boys' and eirls' basketball teams plaved th'.ir first home games Friday night with Lone Rock, and were victorious in both. The girls' m£e was close and hard fought ending 16 to 14 in favor of Ledvard. Tine Ledyard boys defeated -p° ne J?? c K. e3 ,? to 14. Both teams now have *f or L tl l e J first two games. A large crowd attended the games. Arthur Zielske and Ravmond Barslow were Swea Cttv callers Sunday. Mrs. Charles Bashara. has been ill the past week in th« hospital at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs. Engelbart Logeman arc the tiroud parents of a son born Tuesday. Nov. 13. Charles Stebbins of j. ""------I—; ";_been visiting at th- Jule Seifert home the past week. Mrs P. W. Reece was called to Algona Sunday by the illness of her brother, Ed Sarchett. George Hagge and daughter. Helen and George Moulton and Alice were Algona visitors Frldav. Mr and Mrs. George Thomoson. and Duan'e drove to Sioux City Saturday to visit at the home of their son. Milton and wife. The community club officers and the city council held a iolnt meeting and dinner at the Motor Inn Cafe Thurs- dav evening. C E. Campbell returned last week Monday from Illinois where he had visited the oast two weeks at the home of his brother. Mrs Wm Flvnn and Lawrence were Bancroft callers Thursdav afternoon. While there thev visited Mrs. Basnara at the hospital. MR. Klinkslek and J-Blomc received word of the verv sertous illness of their sister. Ella Blome. who is in a hospital at Sioux Falls. D. B. Waver and Barbara Jean Lone Rock: Joihn Newbroueh filed Thursday at the home of his san. A. D. Newbroilffh. He had been nilincr for | !cvc-rnl months. John Ncwbrcnitrh was born Alien t 0. 184G. near Danvillo. Illinois. Vermillion countv. He cnmc to Humboldt in 1884. He als-i innvrieti El- Ini E. Baker of Vermillion county the same year. Five children were born tcKhls union, one dying in infancy. A sen. Irn. died March 31. 1934. Mr. Nrwbrough is survived bv two daueh- t»rs Mrs. Julia Terwillieer. and Mrs. COM TcrwilUgcr. boVh of Humboldt: ono fon. Delbert. Newbroueh. one stepdaughter, Mrs. A. A. Pottr-r of Fort Worth. Texas. 13 grandchildren and 14 preat-grandchildren. His wife died on Julv 20 1919. Mr. Newbroueh has llv- with his son for 20 vears. Funeral services were held a£ the Lone Rock nnd Humboldt churches. Burial was made at. Humboldt. Declam Winners The 7th and 8«h grade preliminary declamatory contest was held Monday. The contestants who placed and will speak in the December contest are: oratorical—John Sprank. Vernon Hollls- ter and Arnold ReUly. dramatic—Mary Ann Flaig, Viola Sprank. Juanita Wegener and Clara Bierle: humorous—Lora Belle Householder. Betty Marlow. Doris Sanders and Willard Ouinn. find Mrs. J. Godden will act as hostesses. Miss Lola Marlow started work flt <he Harrv Zlgrang homo at Livormore Mondnv. Miss June Bierle of this crm\- mtinttv Is also emploved there. Arthur Prlebe and Wendell Heleason spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Helenson's parents oft Wallinpforn. While there Wiev hunted ducks. Mr and Mrs. Frederick Sclmltr. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. AlSred nnd Taieodnrr Krureor were Sundav dinner fniests nt •,hr Clarcncp Tlicesefield home. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Hn-.vks. Mrs. E M Hawks and Kn.thrvn &.cbvlt_7 mo- torrd to Mnson Citv Mondnv. Olr>dv.~ StebriU returned Ivcme with them. Tlie followinc were on the sick list 'nst. week: Mrs. Frank Flnie. August Nclfon a.nd Frederick Newbroueh, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbroueh. The local basketball teams will meet Seneca here Frldav night. Mrs Fred Haack entertained at a birtihdav party for her husband Sunday night. The John Strrank family were Sun- dav guests at the G. A. Burt home at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper and the Harrv Rahn family were visitors in Mason City Sunday. The Helping Hand meets today at the home of Mrs. Ravmond Bierstedt Mrs. H. J. Rice will assist. Arthur Charness of New Providence came Friday to visit his uncle. Harry Hobson. He returned home Saturday August Nelson and Peter Jenson 01 Fenton drove to Des Moines Monday where Mr. Nelson entered the veterans hospital. The birthday tea will meet Frlda, with Mrs. Harry Hobson. Mrs. Madison NEW FARM LOANS We have recently been appointed agents for 2 of the larger insurance companies in making new Fii-st Mortgage Farm Loans. Yon will find the towns of these NFAV LOANS VERY ATTRACTIVE. NO RED TAPE McDonald & Co. la. State Bk. Bldg. Phone 120 Delicious Pics of - - Mince, Pmnpkin, Apple, Cherry, Raisin f Jolden Brown Holla Oloverleaf Tea Biscuit Parkerlionse Sweet Itolls Cakes, Cookies, Fried Cakes Steamed Brown Bread Wilson's Bakery Q3MM3G^<^3®^^ jyVWJWVWW^^ A Thanksgiving TOAST to HEALTH The most precious tiling in the world is health. If you have health at Thanksgiving, or any other time, it is something to be tluinkful for. Drink a toast to health with a glass of rich, creamy milk. You can get it at The Algona Co-operative Creamery Phone 4(X) Home Delivery Daily Phone 400 Bancroft Thursdav evenins. ar* scarr Glen Yahnke. Wilfred BarStow Jack WJch nml Bav Went- wortU wen? on a ftehliw trio to Lake Kercnis over the wwk end. Mrs L W. WKmer entertained at an Aid tea at her home last Wednesday •a crnJon Those who atu-nded were Mudamca Halvcraon. WOch. J. SeMcrt. Barrett and Mayer. BOARD PROCEEDINGS (Continued) Motion hy McDonaM nnrl > ; <'< i "'" 1 '' v •*** ., . i i,. '»'l,, .i.. n^. 111 lie IM V - n.s,.,| fur roa.l iniiposes. M.tlim 1-y H.iken ami ' ' ,,,,,,il:ui.,. M«».'J l.v loii liiwa. Avi'»: »'"• Mnlh.l. II. il;.-M Ilial .li.l'l. I'"" I'l-i'dltM instead ,' town ' Ii-rK Kt M.iiV,,; n,;;i ;.' ;) ' ;;i v li '""x ) roVt'i.-'mi 1 Ti,' IrK.H iiii<-ri-st a tut pi'iiiiliy. •y - '. 1> , .'Vi i,v HHi'!.'.;" 1 ,,,'u f!:^,i""" of "l".'-manY M>»? NOTICE The Algona Building & Loan Association is ready and willing to help you purchase a home, remodel your present home or refinance your present loan. Loans made on Kossiith County Town Property. Very low rates—Long Term Payment Options. Why Not Borrow and Save at the Same Time? Savings to Both Borrowers and Investors lias Never Been Less Than 5% paid Semi-annually. Member Federal Home Loan Bank Organized 11)17 Never Paid Less Than f>'/o Algona, Iowa O. It. LaBarre, See'y-Ti'cas. 46-E. O. W. „ |i,-. sn an.l ^,. Ay.-, nil M..IIIIII l.v Halu.-Mian ami >•>•• "'"'.'' ' iilail.Tlv v.-|»irl>. »f <•" ni.-i r,,r , .uu.u-r . i . ,1 M, r y ,.- •» ; ,, c ..... rail., ami al.-o n..'r.... L. IMV * '| ,„! p.T im.nlh f..r .'..I,- wl.ll-- at ' ••! wit,.- •••»» l.- all. 1 ,':: I.TS..M. Sw.-a " i ,""-!'. l 'r. l .ron, 1 m<.n.u'.') 1 I." to\".. .'l.-rU ••« ors nu-t pursuant lu adjournment w "'Ym'Tuou'',, IK*, l i"l' a'.ljourm;,! to imi-. o-ciurk A M '"" "'j. 1 ,'' 1 ',' IU'TLKH Au.l.lur fl^WJWWV^^ in.- M.-1-iv..y f-.r «:."» Ulstrict *V.iiil Ku.-.- b.r- ii'upiuv. .1 Ayi-s: On im,ti..u i:.,ai.J JoiiriK-.l !•• "'"' c.' ou.b.r 3. 1«4 o - <-l..rk A Bee In the Bonnet! Sonieliini's you will lintl people bir/./.- iii{^ around .spreading tlic idea that batiks are not lending. They have a bee in their hotiitet. From Octuber 1st to November ±ind, ihi.s year, this bank has made new loans, not, including renewals, to people and businesses of this roinnmnity in tlie ainount of $188,904.20 Contrary to what the buzzing bees may wiiis[»er, tliis bank IS making loans. UY invite you to eall and talk with us about your loan problems. Iowa State Bank Alona Jowa Thanksgiving Specials USED CARS I'K',1 Ford Virloria (like new") :>;? Chevrolet stan. coupe ':>1 Chev. sedan (new tj n , s ^ '.'!() Ford Model A coach 1«K>2 Ford V-H coach 1!):'0 Diinmt seda'i 1!!'_'!) Oldsniolule coupe WE TRADE ' Kasv Terms As We Carry Our Own I'aper Publix Used Car Exchange Algona, Iowa LM4 K. Slate Naudain Bldg. ,lini Logan, Manager HOME Thanks-nvinp and Christmas I like to be at home. I like to have the family gathered around the home table I do not know what a hen with a brood of chickens is thinking about but I imagine her thoughts are about like mine when I have the children and grandchildren gather-cd around me. Home is the foundation cf all civilized nations. In OM> home there is a feeling of security and peace of mind that you find no where Tlse on earth. •Die older we get the more our thoughts go back to the old home and the dear ones tt»t cored for us when we could not care for ourselves. Sorry to say in many of our American homes of today individualism runs amuck. In a lot of Homes every member Is busy expressing himself with selfish abandon obeying instinct and impulse without restraint. Each member of the family running off on his own pet tangent which demoralizes the old home-centered life that we used to enjoy so thoroughly. You n>, times have changed env™** are different. I agree with you and fully realiao that the home of today must be a moral fortress to withstand the bombardments of obscene rihows. Immoral books. ««<» hou <*f- ^ panionate marriage and other agencies of the devil. The best we can do under present conditions Is keep the home Ores burning, make the hoxu* we live In "Home Sweet Home' lor rthVold E ong goes "there te no place like horn*/' JW* to home you will nnd Neville's Store the most am&atM* place in Algona, You will enjoy the busy crowd, buying shoes and cloUws tor their families. They are nappy for they are getting what they want and saving money on everything they buy. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN DUE WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW ^^S^^v^ ™ e ATFOBNEYS AT J.AW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Bit ALGONA^IOWA J. I» BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will recc-lve prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA vTTlTQUAHTON II- W. MILLEB ATrOKNEYS AT LAW Jfflce over Ko.s.sutli County State Bank Oilice Phoiif. 4-T ALOONA, IOWA _ A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison " Theodore C. Hutchison ATTOKNKYH AT LAW Quinby BldB. p ' lone 251 E J. VAN NESS & O. W. STILLMAN LAWYfcUlS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Gaylord L>. Shumway Edward U. Kelly HHUHUVAV & KELLV ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krauze Building Als-ona, Iowa E. II. Ponona Judge D. V. Ceylo Otlicc over Bosket Grocery ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Phone 820 Algona, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rist over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32fl ALGONA, IOWA C. II. CRKT/MEYEU, M. D. Burgeon ,tj Physician Oftice John Giilbnuth Bldg. I'lione 414-310 W. I). AMHtEWS. IJ. O. X>ltopathlc Pliylclan ami Surgeon Clciii-nil llo.spltal Pliones: Offin- 1B7; Residence 688 ALOONA, IOWA I*. V~JANSE, M. I>. PIfYHICIAN to SURGEON Otllct! oil South Dodge St. Phoiit- No.--.Hes. 360; OHic<> 666 ATTORNEY AT LAW Oatce in Quinby Building. Phane 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Kra-use Bldg. (Ugona. Iowa phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Oflicc over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 ~~ p. AT DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW OHioe over Iowa S'.aU; Bank Bldg. Oflice Phone 400-J R*s. 315 ALGONA, IOWA CAKKOL A. WANUEK ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postottice Phone 68 }. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMaJion L. E. Liniiail SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN AinOHNEYS AT LAW OSUx ovtr Counly Savings Batik ALGONA. IOWA MELV1N O. BOUHNE PHYSICIAN ,1t SURCiEON O/ficc over Post Oll'ice Bldg. Phones-Off ice 197 Kes. 194 DENTISTS UK. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Ga3 or Novocaine asecl for extraction Located over Chrlsten>.en Store Phone: Business 166. Residence 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby B!d«. Phone 133 s.^!"^ 1 -' '"•* Alwons, low* VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Ortice ^^0 Wobt Sta-t- street Oilice PlioJiu ^73-W KtiS. 475-K Algoaa, Iowa L. M. MEKUH 1 MortlcUn and Fiuiera Phoiit- 11 A. V. UERTIG SIGN SERVICE Pnone v«6-W Over Piiher Gale EVE L. FKLSNELL, Al;j O iia~Iowa, all kiutb of Kuduk fuikhing and Enlarge- jiicnuj. Colored. CoJi Pnuuc 417-J. 604 South Dudge St. 32-U MWW+WMV^^ BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH - AT ^

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