.. AfUONA tlW»im Gala 1~%, A .''*j;»^i DAIiE Alhambra V North of .Rockwell City '«!' Oh! Boy! SKIPPY ANDERSON and His Orchestra ':,"' FRIB&Y, And Then! ARTKASSEL and His Kassels in the Air FRIDAY; M^Y 24 Al Menke.....:...v..,...;.SatUrday, May 4 Lard mar u ° ^j^^-^^^ MW 5 _ _ _ Eddie Barr6ws.:..:./.Thursday, May 9 Ft. DOQffG Carl Bean.:..::;..;....^aturtay, May Jll •» Carl Bean.....,....!......Sunday, May 12 ^' ..• . • .g-fey. • : . •' ' .'.' .. • - -.•'-,- ; . ' --„' /-v.t''.-V''-': ',-f' .- t .-.ft-.Upper fifes' Moines 'Wkht|A^Btfng Results. Seneca: Plaris have completed for the closing of the Seneca high school for this* yeaf. On May 9 the Seniors will be guests of the Juniors at the annual Junior^Serii6i" b'anqudt, which will be held agdin this year at ah Estherville hotel. ': On Sunday evening, May '12, the baccalaureate services for the class will be held at the school 'gymnasium with the Rev, Harry C. Molstre, of the local Lutheran church delivering the address. • On Tuesday evening, May 14, the commencement exercises wilt be held with Dr. Paul J. Mengc of Buena Vista college, professor of languages, lecturer, and international scholar, delivering the address. ' Holder of three European degrees, : Dr. 'Mehge is'head of the' foreign 1'ari'gua'ge departmefital BueHa Vita. Dr. Menge came to the United States in 1928 upon the invita- tib"h,: of American officers who had been his students at Coblehz. He 'bec'alrtVe a naturalized citizen in 1934. Special musical numbers to-ibe given at these events are by the Ringsted Boys' Quartet, also 'by Jack Stokke of ftingsted and members of the Seneca Girls' Sextette arid trio. v Seniors who will be graduated 'thistye'a'f are Kdrinetli Campbell, Marilyn Poley, Morris Johannesen, Harriett Jones, Murlari Larson, Paul Lynch, Joan Madden, W'anda Olsen, Erwin Reutzel, and Heleh; Sahders. Lorie Rock: Many from Lone Rock attended a shower for Mariorie Walsh of Lone Rock Tuesday LOTTS CREEK MEN HOLD MEETING,22D Lotts Creek: The regular meeting of the Men's club was held Monday evening, April 22, with/Hugo Faulstick and Nick Gengler on the entertainment committee. Delbert Geitzenauer and Bill Dreyer on the serving and Bill Dreyer were on the serving committee. After the business. meeting cards were played." High prize went to AVm. ZumaCh, Bud. Wetzel got lowland travel to Wm. Zimrnermann. ". Ai V/hiilemdre Party. * - , A party was given at the Rcinhard Zumachs; at Whittemore Wednesday evening. Those from here attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. .and Mrs. frick Gengler and Betty Ann. Mr. arid- Mrs. Art Rusch and Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leininger, Jackie and Harlan and Melvin Zumach. Mrs. W. A. Leining helped Mrs. Wm. Zimmerman with papering Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will of near Algona called on the Jul Wills Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L: A. Hackbarth: were visitors, at the Bud Laabs home Thursday evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krueger of Fairmont, Minn., were Thursday visitors at the Carl Zumach home. Mrs. Rob Dreyer and Marie of Algona and Mrs. Ben Schmidt helped Mrs. Wm. Zumach with some papering hanging Tuesday. Wednesday dinner guests at the Art Zumaoh home* were Henry-Neitzel, Chas." Hoppe, Albert Kube of Watertown, Wis., and Reinhard Zumach .of WKlttempre. Betty -Gengler, Marvel Schmidt arid'William Faulstich wrote 8th grade examinations Wednesday at the parochial school here. Fifth, sixth and seventh grade were dismissed that day. Birthday Party •For'Fenton Boy, 4 <Fenton: Mrs. Lloyd Kerri entertained eight little girls and boys in honor-of her son Chuck's fourth birthday, last week. r ' Guests were Pamela Weisbrod, Evaion 'Sehlei, Lynn'-'Menz, Beverly Berkl&n'd, /Johnny Hartman, Dennis, Newel, Audra.' and 'Phyllis >Kern. >-. " >' : :f> 1 Mothers present \vere Mrs, Dale, WeiSbrbd,•MrsfiElwirf'Schle.l, Mrs. Willdrd Menz, Mrs, Bennie; Berkland, Mrs. Everett Hartmanj Mrs. Lyle Newell and Mrs. Derwood Kern. 'j : Three grandmothers Mrs. Art Mueller, Mrs. Albert Wolfgram and Mrs. Carl Kern, were also present. Watch your car sprout wing^ with that high-power, " high-test, Phillips 66!* .V-''.- . • ; • • ; V > Get on the bandwagon, folks! Join the line .'of happy motorists pouring intojiyour nearest -Phillips -66 Station.^,.- ' : •''.'" •'"•' '.'••• This ni^pv gasoline has to be fyff. to be believed. Bowling along the open highway . . . shaking-in and out of ttyf&C . . , starting off 0,011 cold morning —you itik -it ;a!ja ! ci ''Phillips ! ;^'<? delivers!, ; . '', \ Drop in at the nearest-orange* and'blaqk shield and. iteg for your* 'self why the whole town's talking about PhUlips 66i ':.:> ,f;' i«t Harry Steven shelled corn Thursday at his place north of town. Mrs. Joe Krieps visited at the home of her mother Mrs. Thos. Forburg'er near Wesley> Friday afternoon. f Mrs. Harold Hunt, Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and Mrs. .'Everett Steven attended the Achievement day program held at Bui;t Tuesday. Mrs. Steven was on the program. v ;'. Mrs. Arch Burger of Swea City, who has -been helping her sis.ter Mrs. • Henry 'Phillips, Algona, who was ill, spentIthe. day Thursday with her 'mother, Jvtrs Sarah .yise. ^* ' * Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rodds of : Butte'rfield, Minn., on tneir way to Hampton with a truck load of s6y beans had engine trouble and had : ip .-.lay over in Sexton until I the truck was repaired. • ' •Dohald Woods and a .friehd of. Woden tfere Friday visitors at the Home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Dbriald was recently discharged from 'the navy and is a great- grandson Of Grandma 'Wise. «Mrs. Cflenn Gabrielson enter •toined the Irvingtoti Homternak ;e'rs flrbup at her 'h'oihe 'Thidrsday aftqrnppn with 17 ladies present Miss 'Peckham, 'home 'ecbhomist was also present'. ' Mrs. Harolc was co-hostess. ' Mr. and Mrs. ,Bob Magee o 'Montana visited 'Friday at the fibme'of-his cousins Mr. and Mrs Japk ;Ha\vley, Friday afternoon while pn' their: honeymoon. They were married Monday in Mon tana, where the, y live. ' Mrs. Dennis,; Goeders £\vas tak' eh ;from 'the General'-jHospita Wednesday and was taKen. to the the home of Minnie Steinman where 'She will remain li'n'til she is stronger before .^urni home. The baby named Sarildia Anrie will remain in the incuba tor until she gains more. OWA. Walsh Of *R&tk everting.-in the St. John's hall in : Bancroft. There were around 70 persons present in oil-. The pro-' gram consisted of 500 with Mrs. Russell Jensen winning high and Mrs. Joe Cogley Jr. winning^ low prize. Mary Droessler wbn the YOUR JAHKWAGON MAN IS YOUR Vi< M • Protection is as vital to car motors as h 5s to human Hvw.- '• And no one could want better, or more thorough pro" tection than Fortified Tagolehe Motor Oil gives. It stands up under every Service condition you can think of. Let us drain your crankcase and fill it with Fortified Tagolene Motor Oil tddijr. door prize. She received many lovely gifts from the guests. 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