I lpSDAY, APRIL 16, JQM ... .:...•......•..:. . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiJiiiiiiiiHii m4S0j(s AT BORT fHoiieyKrost" I NUTKRISPIES A flattened sweet good rolled in sugar. FRUIT-FILLED COFFEEROLLS Orange and pineapple or prune filling. FRIED CINNAMON ROLLS Topped with chocolate frosting. Delicious! BUTTER CLUSTER A new kind of dinner roll that tempts you to eat three % and four. IPARKERHOUSE ROLLS The .favorite dinner roll for holiday occasion mealtimes. JTEA BISCUITS , AND PAN ROLLS Pan rolls are baked G in a ring — something mighty tasty and different, IFINGER ROLLS They're beautifully baked —^-they add a nice touch to your 'Easter dinner, 'OLL ASSORTMENT [CAKES AND PIES Cream-filling and two-r crust. ; . Cetto llllllllllllllll WIVES ENJOY SKIT AT PROGRAM, 9TH Burt: Buft Masons ahd their wives were guests of Kossuth Chapter No. 201 O. E. S. at a party following the regular meet^ ing Tuesday everting. A short program was given, which consisted of a humorous playlet, "Sister Masons," in which the following attired in old-fashioned clothes took part: Mrs. R. M. Elvidge, Mrs. E. P. Frederickson, Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Nellie Dremel, Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. J. P. Trunk- hill and Mrs. Walter Harvey. The playlet was a take-off of a Masonic lodge meeting and initiation. Mrs.- E. E. Paine gave a reading, "When Ma and Pa joined the Eastern Star." The remainder of the evening was spent in playing games with a covered-dish luncheon at the close of the evening. At Federation Meeting The following members of the Burt Woman's club attended the County Federation meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday. Mrs. R. H. Thompson, Mrs. W. H. Vogel. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, Mrs. R. K. Hill, Mrs. Jim Christensen, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, Ruth Hodgson, and Lulu Hawcott. Shirley Lockwood played a flute .solo. Dorothy McDonald wont to Ames Friday to spend the weekend with relatives. Mrs. Glen Hutzel and daugh- • ter Betty were Mason City visitors last week Monday. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting was held at Mrs. Nels J. Nelson's Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen and G. J. F. Vogel were Fairmont, Minn., visitors Thursday. E. O. Chipman, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, and Leslie Graham spent the weekend in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. G. H. McMullen, and Lurena Wessel were Mason City visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Paul Moore went to Bode Tuesday to spend a few days at the home of her daughter Mrs. Leonard Schmidt. Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson went to Osage Thursday to help hef mother celebrate her birthday. She returned home Friday. Mrs. Elmer Kicnitz and Mrs. Al Buckles, Lakota, spent last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Kienitz's mother, Mrs. L. R. Daniels. Melvin Graham left Wednesday for Langley Field Va., after spending a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. pnd Mrs. Jay D. Graham. «••'* Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby, Algona, spent Friday at the home of her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman, Sparta, Wis,, arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staehle. Mr. Staehle is in very poor health. Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mrs. Frank Teeter were at the Wm. Larson home at Titonka Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Larson was ill and was being taken to a Mason City hosoital that day. Mrs. Robert Harvey, Mrs. Joe Zanke. Mrs.Jake Smith, and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel attended the-Union Mothers and Daughters club meeting at Mrs. Josie % Dearchs' Thursday afternoon. Members of the Sewing Circle were guests'.at a <one o'clock luncheon Friday at the Chris Knudsen home at' Blue Earth, Minn. "Mrs. Knudsen was formerly a member of the club. The W. J. Lockwoods went to Cedar. Falls Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Floyd Lockwood, who died early Thursday morning, She was a sister-in- law of>'Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood. Mrs. Raymond Mitchell and daughter left Saturday for their home in Trenton, Neb., after a three • weeks' visit with Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jav D. Graham. Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Miller went to Ames Wednesday afternoon and visited until Thursday at the home of their son Laurence, Laurence is attending Iowa State college and he and his wife and baby are living in a trailer house, home in Burt. ^—. Kenneth Bathes recently returned to this country from M an " ila. He is now stationed at Oakland, Calif. Charles Officer arrived Thursr day from Sari. Piego, Calif., to spend a few days-leave with his parents Supt., and Mrs, W, B, Officer. He has just completed his boot training in the navy, Mr* and Mrs, p. E. Brace, Lu Verne, visited at Mrs, Tressie Ringsdorfs Tuesday evening. They brought home little Sheryl Immerfall, who had stayed with them -while her mother was |n the hospital- Mrs. ImmerfaJl and new baby were brought homy Wednesday, Her mether, Mrs. Wyot Stotti Lebanon, -MO,, is spending a cpupje of weeks' at the ijpnterfaU howe, ,: t , :• ';Mrs,Eff, @, S4fll. Mrs. Kvi'J. Smith qnd son, Richard, an_c] Mp% 8,ueU'$ :'$r0$e|.:-Wti}« < itajey, i^U? gons, were Fprt, Bflflge yi|itpr§ Wednesday, A. Teeter. Relatives attending included the D. A. Teeters, the Cliff Teeters, and Verne Teeters, Algona, and the Glenn Teeters, Lone Rock, Mrs. Petra Larson and the Edmund Larsons. \ A group of former neighbors and friends had a surprise housewarming party for C. E. Sigsbee's last Monday evening. The Sigs- bees recently moved into a new TITONKA SOLOIST TO STATE MEEt Titonka: The Tilonka school received a rating of I in two divisions at the pre-state music contest at Britt, April 5-6. Those receiving a rating of I were Lenice Brandt, mezzo-soprano soloist, and the girls glee club. Irvin Rippentrop, baritone, Florence Schutter, Pearl Beenken, contralto, the girls .trio,' the mixed quartette and the mixed chorus received a rating of II. Others who appeared included the boys quartette, girls sexettle, Mildred Sleper,, soprano, and Lena DeVries, pianist. As yet, we have received no information regarding the state contest but Titonka's No. 1 ratings will be represented. Choose Senior Play— " The senior class has chosen as their senior play "Old Doc" bv Jean Lee Latham. The Algona high school presented this same play and the Titonka cast went to see their version. To Enter Nursing:— The Misses Joyce and Janice Bonacker were in Chicago last Thursday until Monday/ They went to Wesleyan hospital at Northwestern university for personnel interviews and pre-nursing tests, as they expect to take up nursing there when, they graduate from high school in May. Mrs. Bonacker accompanied them, and fhe had the pleasure of seeing President Trumari • and General Eisenhower in the army day parade. E. J. Osterbaur of Rockforcl. 111., visited his sister Mrs. John A. Folk last (Friday. Mrs. Edith Budlong of Hampton spent the week end with her mother Mrs. J. J. Budlong. Miss Lwyliah Hamstreet, student lit Grinnell college, spent last week end at her parental Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. "Intel-mill wonf to Minneapolis Sunday on a business and pleasure trip. While Lermand was there he took part in a bcwling tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smidt..returned home last Saturday from Rochester where they both had operations and have been kept there recuperating. Both • have quite recovered and are feeling pretty well. ir; Wash,,' spent; test .Jf ftp home of hgr 4-Corners Mother, Child, Seriously 111 Four Corners: Mrs. Earl Tripp is seriously ill at a Fort Dodge hospital, before going to Fort Dodge she was in an Algona hospital five days. The six months old Tripp baby has also been seriously ill with pneumonia at the farm home and is being cared for'by its grandmother. Several neighbors went to the Tripp farm Tuesday and helped with the field work. ' .ALGONA tJPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. E*-Supt. At Swea @et« Amana Position -PAG1 TttfcEfe VERLE HARLAN IS HOMEWARD BOUND •Four Corners: The Otto Haflans received a cablegram Saturday. April 6, from their son Verle' who is in France, saying that he would sail for home Sunday, April ?, He will get his discharge froth Camp McCoy in Wisconsin. Family Dinner Held— A family dinner was held at the Cecil Bjustrom home April 8 In honor of Mrs. Bjustrom's mother Mrs. Violet Walker whosfe birthday was that day. Other guests were the Lewis Broesder family, the Orvlllc Holdren family, the John Sabius family and the Ed Rich family. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Fuhrman of Livermore spent Monday at the Geo. Lee home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton were supper ahd evening guests April 7 at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee's home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens and children .have moved to the Mrs. Myrtle Hayne farm which they have rented. Mr. and Mrs. Evertte Witham and Ellen and Mr .and Mrs. Otto Harlan and Ronald spent Friday evening at the John Sabin home. Mrs. Leo Ramus and son Larry were dinner guests Tuesday at the former's parental home, the Howard Withams, it being Mrs. With- ham's birthday. Mesdames Henry Muller, Otto Harlan, Russell Walker, John Sabin. Everett Witham and John Rich motored to Titonka, Tuesday to attend a county federation meeting. Mrs. W. Ray Smith spent a few days last week at her daughter's home, the Herbert Wallaces, assisting with the household work and helping care for her new granddaughter. Mrs. Nettie Rich accompanied her daughter Mrs. Robert Ward to her home near Lakota April 6 for a visit and went from there to Bricelyn, Minn., to visit another daughter, Mrs. Ethan Light. Mrs. Joe Pierce and two children from Norfolk, Va., arrived at the parental W. Ray Smith home Wednesday on the early morning train. Mrs. Pierce is the former Laura Jean Smith. She expects to remain until May 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and Mr, and Mrs. Louis Lowman went to Fort Dodge Wednesday where Mr. Lowman consulted a doctor in regards to eye trouble. He will return to Fort Dodge the 19th for an operation on his eye. Opening Program 1 •£'' ;u " 1 "'''' '•">"•"'•"'•' Bancro Legion Ballroom Cues., Apr. 23—Scandinavian Frl., April 26—Lynn Kerns Fucs., Apr. 30—Malck's Acc'd Fri., May 3--Carl Bean| , . ^ and by the way, there is no substitute for the servjce offered by 0. K. RUBBER WEW>ER$ Lester DeBoIt ^ ; Phone 308 / RUPTUR€D? If you are suffering from hernia you owe -it- to yourself to /try I the NT5W PATENTED DOBilS TRUSS. Jt is different end 'jftir ..StfteJFW to 1he.,P}d fa$hi9ne,4 truss,. H,hmm Hnpb?, bujbs, .belts w-straps. Reason sheujd.teseh yoifnpt to place a fculfe or bajl in. I pgenjng of ruptur^wjiiciy keeps the musctef apart -& efeatmg nature pf:the chance to heal, # is designed to ytfpturt pj.osf4:wh4j(9iwprk^g 1 %a|kjrig l Mftiflglof :;M8ny ;we§rep repgrt rjjpjure; hja.|ej,. %f^m^, : ;jp;ljjl9ff.j?. . •. r-- ; ;,, • / •,;•'••':..•;:: : ••^••- ".-., i ' •'•'• ' ^*f ; -v'V;-.'> • • . 1 wr mmnm, -F^jt^r ^M^ wUr 'expiate tWs' t-jn yvlibwt, tMrge, Ujr-^nv':-;:^^^?;^^ 1 -^:-^-^^^^;!':;".,^^:^^ l^ici^)|;pRp;si ^'" "" " ' ,/ Swea City: .friends here have received word that J. R. Neveln, Who was superintendent of schools at Swea City from 1921 to 1927, has been unanimously re-elected superintendent' of the Amana township schools, in the Amana colony in Iowa county. •Mr, Neveln, who was superintendent at Manly from 1927 until 1934, headed, the first high school to be maintained in the colony. Until 1934. eSc,Iv of the seven villages in the Ahlanas had separate district schools,'each consisting of eight grades under one teacher, most of whom were men. 'When the youny people of the colony .began to go elsewhere to get a high school education, the Amana township school board decided to offer high school work. Mr. Neveln .built up the curriculm to include commercial work, homemaking, industrial arts, music and athletics, as well as the usual academic subjects. Free transportation is provided. An auditorium was built in 1935 and a standard sized gymnasium is on the building program. A staff of thirteen teachers handles the twelve grades. Mr«* Joe Elbert I* LtiVefiie Hoateit LuVerne: The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the country home of Mrs, Joe Elbert with 15 members and one gu&t Mrs. Archie Sanford, present. Mrs. Carl Goetsch, president of the club presided at the (business meeting. Entertainment for the afternoon was in charge of Mrs. Harry LJchty and Mrs. Walter Hefti, games and contests were held. The" remainder of the afternoon was spent sewing and lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting, The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. George Tiedfe. LttVerne Lady, 7S, Mtirt Lu Verne: Mrs. Olla Godfrey was taken to Mercy hospital, Ma* son City last Tuesday morning to receive treatment for a brokeri hip. Mrs. Godfrey, who is 75 years old, fell at her home. ., Whitteittore Nihe Hot Whittemore: Whittemore public school either is having a streak of baseball luck or the boys are professional calibre. Last week they walloped Otto* sen, 8 to 0. Tuesday they defeated Lone Rock, 17 to 0, and Friday afternoon they again won. •!* S : •rrrrrfrpr. JWfttttK-fffyg-fX-KKylffiX-fffVf'f- •&fXffy*WffX&fG!f?'.*!' 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