The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1937 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1937
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The Algona *Jpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 6,1937 ANNUALBANQUET FOR HI SENIORS ATLEDYARD Pirate Theme Carried Out; Sophomores Are Waiters Cycle to Denver Lawrence Bnlvance rode Raymond Bnrslou's motorcycle to Denver, Colorado. He left Wednesday. Ledyard: The annual Junior- Senior banquet was held Monday evening at 6 o'clock in the school house. Six sophomores dressed as pirates acted as waiters. They were Howard Nitz. Lurene Lloyd, Jrvin Beenken, Murrien Tuttle, Billy Bauman, and Joyce Corhus. The M. E. ladles cooked the banquet. Following the dinner Glen Dyer acted as toastmaster and the following program was given: Welcome. Ruth Estle: Our Fellow Pirates. Beulah Looft; Drifting Along with the Tide. H. M. Granner; Captain Pirates, Mae Mullarkey: Tonight We Launch. Where Shall We Anchor. Cleo Gabel; Walking the Plank. Henrietta O'Keefe; Each Man Builds His Own Shipwreck, Elwood Green: songs hy Junior Pirates. Paul Garry, Donald Looft Vernon Dorsey. Howard Klinksiek. Jean Gabel. Marvel I Halverson. Maxine Berhow and t Blanche Haag. j Farewell. Doris McDonald: duet "Red Sails in the Sunset". Arrera Harrersou and Delores Hassebrock. Gnwts wM-e the srnicr?: Ehrood j Crsec- Erna Scfewtz. Edith Logan. Dr<r* Wtiawe. CSeo GabeL Moral EeK«. H«r±i«ita OTCetfe. ars*. Xarr*: Drrw. Pearl ac-i Gertnsde DarrwIL ', Other guests iacbtded Mr. and' Mrs. V. A Ba*r»t;. Mr. and Mrs. j H. it Granngr. Mauris* Doores | and Dorotcj- Sccflet jiciicr jpcn- j SOTS. j The following are juniors: Ber-l nard Anderson. Veraa Berglund. Kenneth Busch. Arlowe Blome. Marjorie Cassem. Glen Dver. Ruth Estle. Geneva Gelhaus, Al'vera Halverson. Delores Hassebrock, Agnes Junkermeier. Beulah Looft. Glenn Lloyd, Doris McDonald, Betty Mat- zenor, Mae Mullarkey, Dris and LaVonne Olson. Marjorie Oswald, Marjorie Stenberg and Margaret Smith. Mrs. Alfred Zielskie was at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Lawrence Mayne was at Fairmont Saturday. Reuben Johnson is hauling grav el at Bancroft this week. The Edward Hagges of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the George Hagges. The V. A. Barretts were at Livermore Sunday visiting at the Chas. Raneys. Edward Knoner was ill Monday and Herbert Zielskie had charge of the Farmers Elevator. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson, son Fred and nephew Alvin Snyder of Radcliffe spent Sunday at the L. W. Wiemers. Friends will be glad to know Esther Junkermeier is much improved and expected to come home from the hospital at Mankato, on Wednesday. The W. F. M. S. will meet on Tuesday night with Mrs. Joe Mayne. Mrs. V. A. Barrett has charge of the lesson and Mrs. D. B. Mayer the devotions. Mrs. Wm. Knoner came home from the Mankato hospital Sunday. She was taken there Friday and it was thought at first it would be necessary to operate for mastoid but she is recovering by treatments. Give Post-Nuptial Shower, Mrs. Kohl Union: A post nuptial shower will be given honoring Mrs. Ira Kohl at the George Kohl home Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. May 9. Mrs. Kohl was formerly Zora Keith, a daughter of Harry Keith, a former Union township farmer. Union will be glad to welcome her back again. Week's Weather Week's weather: Date April 28 50 April 29 55 April 30 62 May 1 67 High Low Free. 39 45 50 43 1.00 .35 May 2 May 3 May 4 .58 .,68 .72 51 51 51 .51 .02 .06 Earl Legler spent the week end with his parents. He is attending college at Cedar Falls. CURTAIN SPECIALS the Chrischilles Store We offer for this week, a very special lot of lace panels and marquisette bed room curtains in a wide variety of styles and widths at a very low price. In the lace panel group, the assortment runs to neat, lacey patterns in widths from 42 inch to 50 inch and all are full iUi'j yards Ion?. The dc.-igns in this lot are exclusive and individual and will enhance the beauty of any room in which they are hung. They are especially adapted for dining and living _ I'tlOlllS. [ For the bod mom, we offer a wide variety of smart marquisette curtains in cream iiiul light grounds with attractive small designs and figures of liiihter shade.-!. The.-e sheer, In autit'ul curtains »-ivi' a sui't restful atmi'S- phorr TII yniir bed room and We nft'cr till-Ill at these low prices in 1 he fa<-e nf rising rd-i.--. -V'-^*,?- rj^u^rt, lit." : n fc *' I i'-hf." JRf i .- ' b>yfo« \\V have Lia'luTed and grouped tin- coiubiii- '•d !"i of curtail!- into one price rantre and \ve offej' them to you as a ,-jx-cial curtain jir--::iotioji at the sinall jtri'-e of ojilv 98c The Chrischilles Store HTONKA SENIOR CLASS BANQUETS Juniors Serve Dinner on Friday; Use Circus As Theme Titonkn: The junior class of the Buffalo consolidated public school entertained the members of the senior class and the school faculty Friday evening in the dining room of the Methodist church at a 7:30 banquet. The mothers of the class served, with Mrs. Roy Bud long acting as chairman. The program follows: Circus of a Time, Gerald Huber; Game of Chance, Clarke Miller: The Carnival Band, Junior group; Shooting Gallery, Russell French; Barkers, girls trio, and Fortune Telling, Ruth Welhousen. Frolic of the Clowns, Irene Schmidt; The Side Show, playlet; Laugh, Clown Laugh, Mr. Stewart; The Big Show, Supt. Hoon, and The Ringmaster, Gerald Huber. Senior Play, May 11 The senior class play is to be given May llth at the Tyke Theatre and is entitled "A Paragraph for Lunch." The cast includes Jean French. Edward Harms, Vera Giesking. Edward Brandt, Dale Higgins. Anna Grace Blakely, Betty Budlong. Clarke Miller, Louise Sachau, Lela Zwiefel and Arthur Boyken. Miss Margaret Lee, English teacher, is coaching. Joining Mrs. H. F. Wooward of Whittemore. on Tuesday, Mrs. H. A. French left for the Woman's biennial convention at Sioux City this week. Mrs. French is a delegate from the Titonka Woman's club. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petersen drove to Minneapolis early Sunday morning. Mr. Petersen returned Monday afternoon but Mrs. Petersen may stay for a week's visit. Leonard F. Callies of the firm of Callies Bros., left Tuesday morning on a business trip to Minneapolis. Mrs. Chester Lamoreux has been very ill the past week with erysipelas. Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and her daughter. Colleen, were visiting several days the past week at the parental Dr. R. C. Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Downs and son are enjoying a new Plymouth car bought last week Friday from the local dealer. Gerled News Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dontje of Guckeeen visited at the Ole Gerdis home Sunday. Mrs. L. I. Finn spent the week end at the home of her daughter in Elmore. Mrs. 1. E. Cammack of Radcllffe visited Monday at the Finn home. Mrs. Frank Kelly, accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Mayne and Evelyn and Delorls Mayne, spent Saturday In Fairmont. Mrs. Ben Gerdis and little son of Buffalo Center is visiting her mother at Gerled this week. Mrs. Frank Kelly, her mother and two sisters were absent from Wednesday to Friday, attending the funeral of an aunt and visiting relatives in centra) Iowa. Former Algona Girl Dies in South Dakota The old friends of Mrs. James Chapin were saddened to learn of her death at her home In'Water- town, South Dakota, last week Sunday, after a number of years' sickness with heart trouble. In her girlhood days she was popular in Algona as Miss Jennie Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Bailey, well known Algona residents, and was born February 2, 1870, in New York state. The family moved to Algona while she was yet a young girl where Mr. Bailey engaged in business. Miss Jennie, who graduated from the Algona high school, was married to J. J. Chapin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crmpin. a pioneer family. September 20, 1893. In 1904 they settled at Redfield, S. D., where they lived for 12 years. They moved from Redflcld to Watertown, 21 years ago. Mrs. Chapin hnd been a lifelong member of the Baptist church and was a past Regent of the Watertown, D. A. R., and was active in many things for the benefit of the community. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. F. T. Rollins of Fox Lake. Illinois; three sons, Clifton B. Chapin of Watertown, Geo. M* Chapin of Los Angeles, and Morris B. Chapin of Belvidere; and five grandchildren. Mrs. Chapin was B sister of George Bailey, well known Algona young man, who died at Redfield. S. D., a number of years ago. She was a cousin of Mrs. Geo. Hofius of Algona. and Mrs. Lynn Keith. Her husband ;s a brother of Mrs. Frank Clark of the Garner Herald and Alfie Chnp- In of Mason City, who attended the funeral. Bancroft Girl To Wed Algonian Soon Bancroft: The bans of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's .church for Milton Marlow of Algona and Viola Schiltz. Pre-Nuptlal Showpr Viola Schiltz was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the Forester Hall. She received many beautiful and useful gifts. Bridge and five hundred were played after which a delicious lunch wns served by the hostesses In bridge Mrs. Peter Schiltz won high score and Clara Nemmers won second prize. Mrs. Pete Swanson of Whittemore won high score in five hundred and Mrs. L. J. Mousel won the door prize. Mrs. Earl Elliott and son. Chas. of Rockford, 111., arrived Monday for a visit at the home of Mrs 1 . Elliott's pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ] Carmean. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Cnrmean drove to Rockford Sunday after them. A council meeting was held at the Farmers and Traders Savings bank Monday evening. Richard Underkofler and Kenneth Devine, students at Iowa State College, at Ames, plan to spend the week end here at their respective homes. Jim Coyne, oldest ton of Mr. and Mr*. Frank Coyne, underwent an appendicitis operation Tuesday morning. Dr. Egan performed the Rewrites Of N*w» From Last Tuttday't Kostuth County Advanct ALOONA*S CITY council passed a resolution calling for the establishment of parking or loading zones of 10-minute duration only, at the regular meeting last Thursday evening. The loading zones will be one car length each, on the corners of State and Thorington, Dodge, Moore an3 Harlan streets. The new zones will be for the convenience of drivers who wish to stop for only a few minutes to load purchases into their machines. The 10-minute limit will be rigidly enforced. The council also ordered city warrants for $50 each mailed to the Whittemore and Emmetsburg fire departments for their help in the Call theatre fire. Philip Bergfield and Robert Sellstrom were named lifeguards at the swimming pool for the summer. Omer Kellj> was named filter attendant and Evelyn Smith as woman's room attendant. Opening is planned for j the first week in June. | * * * i REBUILDING OF THE Call i theatre was virtually certain, but insurance adjustments were still under way. Architects have already looked over the ruins and drawn tentative plans for the new Call. Seating capacity is tentatively set at 700, with a one-floor type of Construction. Supt. Kelly of the city water and light department estimated a total of 250.000 gallons of water were poured on the Call theatre fire a week ago; this is a rate of 500 gallons a minute. • • • JUSTICE COURT fines were levied against E. H. Swenning. Pipestone, Minn., and William Muckey, Algbna, by Justice Danson, for traffic violations. UUJK Ft>TH. clerk In Graham's store, was named the first "clerk of the month" In the contest sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce for April. She won the $5 prlte. Honftfable mention went to Mel Mlner^ Hub Clothiers; Mrs. Helen White. James Drug: H. W. Holllngsworth, Lusby's; Mrs. C. A. Merrlfield, Algona Bakery; Stan Muckey, Anderson's grocery; and Bob Williams of the Hub. » * * FOUR AND FIFTEEN hundredths inches of rain have fallen In Kossuth county In the past 14 days. • » * STATES CAFE has been taken over by Mr. and Mrs, H. V. Hull who* have a six months option to operate it with privilege of eventual purchase. The cafe was reopened last fall by W. H. Poerr of Emmetsburg. who purchased it after Frank Mnthes closed flown. • * * ,IAMES WALKER. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Whittemore. died Saturday, while on the way to lown City hospital. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon. • • • ,?. E, MTOXNE1.I. funeral .services were hold Monday afternoon at the Merritt Funeral home, Al- gonn. Mr, McConnell was from Irvington. where burial was made. Pallbearers were Fred Parks, Vern Barker. Wm. Metzen. Mr. Noonan, Robert Casey and Harold Smith. He died Thursday at a local hospital. A widow, four sons and four daughters, survive. • » • ZORA KEITH, popular young Algona lady, and Ira Kohl, well known young man employed by the Standard Oil Co. here, were married last Sautrday morning In St. Cecelia's church, by Father Davern, in the presence of members of the family and close friends. Because of the sudden Illness of E. P. Keith, a wedding trip was postponed. Mr. Keith is 84 years old. "Child Health Week" VALUES \ Bokar Coffee, vigorous and winey __2 Ibs. 45c Hills Bros. Coffee, 1 Ib. can 27c; 2 Ib can 50c White House Evaporated Milk 4 tall cans 25c Ovaltine, health drink, 6 02. en 27; 14 02. en 49c Clapp's Baby Pood three 4% oz. cans 25c Mello Wheat Farina Cereal 28 oz. pkg. 17c Sunnifield Quick or Regular Oats 48 OK. pkg 16c Junket Tablets for making custards, 2 pkgs 25c A. & P. Big Twist Bread, 20 oa, loaf 9c Pure Fresh Milk quart lOc lona Spinach 3 No. 2 cans 25c NBC Graham or Honey Graham Crackers 1 Ib. pkg r 19c Kirk's Hardwater Castile Soap 4 cakes 19c New Potatoes 10 Ibs. 47c 12eockljoun fiioapcckTruiouqK tka lllanlQcU MADAME KARLOTTA noted crystal gazer and palmist, now giving rending nt Karlotta Cottage, Bayside, Clear Lake, Iowa. Phone 36F22. 18» FOR SALE—Potatoes, seed or table.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 18-19* ClassifieiiAids FOR SALE— Recleaned Manchu soy beans. 98'J germination.—John F, Weber. l'i mi. east Irvington. I'hone 15F22. 18* FOR SALE—Kossuth Reliance Seed Corn. Exactly the same blood strain as that which won the Iowa btate yield test three years in succession. Shelled and twice graded. 52 50 to $4 00.—Arthur L. Lock. Lu- Vt-rni:. Iowa. 18-16* FOK SALE—U.sed typt writer. ^tantiurd make ant] i-ize, in good condition, $20.—Alyona Upper Dto Muinea. 18 FARMS FOR SALE—One 40 acre; one 63 acre: four 160 acre; <me Ib'J acre: 4 right good 320 acre; are all good farms— (j. ('. Kin'li-rkiii-f-ht. Ringsled, la. 18-19* KOIt SALE—MaiK-hu Soy Beans. Itecleaned. (iood gel ruination.— Jio.-hrll & HoJund. .St. Benedict, phone 3fc6-\V, Algona. 17-1'J* WOODMEN ACCIDENT CO., Lincoln, Neb., wants good man or lady for Kossuth and Winnebago counties. Free training.—Mabel L. Sheedon, 824 Baker Ave., Mankato, Minn. 18* FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any *lw, SOo per roll, frw. enlargement with any roll. —Lusby'n drug 15-tf FARM LOANS—4>s r r. No commission. No red tape. See A. E. Mallory. Travelers Ins. Co, Clear Lake, or M. P. Haggard, Algona. 37-22 FOK SALE--Mamiiu Hoy Beans. 52.00 per bushel.--Gt-o. Miller, Rt. 2. Alaoua. I'hone 4Fl.'i. n-tf FOK KALE— Heed corn in the ear. Yrllow dent, tt-hts t»a per cent. SU.M per bu.shel.— C. B. Albright, Rt. 2, Algona. 17-tf* FOR SALE c;o(.<i north-central Iowa farms. Clay Co. 422.7U acres at Cornell. 2hO acres 3 miles east of Webb. Choice farm. Several Kuij'i to i-hoK e farms in Kossulh and Humboldl «. cunlic.--. Attractive prices. Good terin.s.—The Lincoln Joint Slock Land Bank. Lincoln, Neb , or W. F. Boyleri, Salesman. \Vxhkonba Hotel, Ft. Dodge, la. 16-19 FOK SALE—A iniall Jot of extra good Manchu utuns, i easonably priced. Also have innot illusion for beujj.-i.--.-Far/ners KJcvalor, Hobarton. I J hime 36F1. 76-tf FARMS FOK SALE—All sizes, prices, locaUoiiK. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—Mc- Ijon.'jld A; Co. 10-tf ATTENTION—We will not be responsible for your gasoline mileage unless you try a fill of Tydol lubricating, anti-knock gasoline at our new Wayne computing gas pump —Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 18 ANNOUNCEMENT — We are pleased to advise we can furnish you with a high quality chick mash at $295 per cwt. Buy Wellendorf Leghorn baby chicks and started chicks and get honest to goodnets egg production next winter.—Wel- leridorf Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. H-tf Wanted WANTED—Man to handle r.ur rapid selling line of household ar-J farm si'.piil'es in this territory. A clt an, :j-'*Hc.blc business arrangement f< r ary honest, ar.ilHt'ons pt-rtcn. Write to-lay.—Dr. U.M'1'n Medical Co., "\Vuiona, Minn. 17* OPPORTUNITY— Salesman or saleslady for statewide fraternal organization to act as district representative. Permanent employment and opportunity for advancement. State reference in first letter. Write P. O. Box 506, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 17 For Rent i-'Olt KKN'T I'untun- I'd liu hmri •A l.lllll- (or }.-|-il.-a .Si-ii: lilt. Well u.ilir. Call 2l-'::2, Hotit-lt VViirij. 1«* Miscellaneous JIOSSK L. SCHMJlJT bay.-, ii:,hii,« i.-i yiJOll ill Lu.St I:iljlllll. YOU < 1111 ycl your bi-tr over Uuit-. ]6* "Stomach Pains So Bad I Could Hardly Work" \'i:,! 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Crankcase Flushing Pays! Ask any of the 100 who have had this service at Dutch's. They saw this new machine clean out the INTERIOR of the car motor. They saw the grit, the grime, the pieces of metal that ruin a motor taken out by our new equipment. It pays and pays big in better pick-up, better oiling, freedom from motor trouble. Have your motor flushed to get rid of the -winter accumulation of grit. New Goodyear Tires Spell Safety New tires grip the road. They give you motoring comfort. With new casings install the Lifeguard blow-out proof tubes that let you keep your car in the road—not in the ditch. Have d. Qar Radio Dutch's have the new 1937 improved Motorola car radio ready for installation. . In a few minutes you can huve one installed and enjoy your motoring listening to all of the big programs in comfort. v sewi*, Service Goodyear Tires and Batteries Crankcase Flushing Motorola Car Radios Greasing and Washing Standard Oil and Gas PHONE 33 Brake Service

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