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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 27,1987 FENTON PEOPLE MAKE TRIP TO (THIN MINN. f Pay Respects to Former Fairville Girl, Going To India Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. George Selms and daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs. Katie Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and daughters, Carmen and Cordelia, Mrs. Hildreth Pettlt and son, Ronnie, Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann, Mrs. Robert Votteler, Mrs. Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kearn and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod, all of Fenton and vicinity, attended a farewell picnic Sunday at the City park In Windom, Minn., honoring Miss Gertrude Becker. Miss Becker has spent many years as a missionary in India and for five years was home on a fulrough. For the past two years she taught in the Windom high school. Her mother, Mrs. Henry Becker, has a home at Egan, South Dakota, but of late has lived with her daughter in an apartment in Windom. Mrs. Becker's mother and brothers and sisters as well as many other rel atives and friends, also attended the farewell. The Beckers tarn*- ly lived on a farm near *£»™»« now owned by William Fischer. Her father died ten years ago It will be remembered that Mtes Becker has given a ™nrt>er of Interesting talks at the Fenton M. E. church and other towns telling of her experiences and work. In July she will leave for India to spend the remainder of her life as a missionary. Pre-Nupttal Shower Mrs Ernest Votteler attended a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the Ike Drew home in honor of Irene Conlon of Emmetsburg. Miss Conlon will become the bride of Vincent Drew on Thursday, May 27, in the Assump- Catholic church in EmmeU- Mrs. Votteler is a sister of Mr.'Drew. Rural School Picnic The school four miles north of Fenton, taught by Mrs. Walter Nielsen, closed Friday with a picnic for children and their parents. Hosts at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. C. VoiRt entertained the following at dinner on Sunday. Mr. and Mr.. Chafer and Mr. and Mrs. tion burg. Bonnickson T" FOUR MILES OE ROAD GRADING IN GOOD HOPE IS UNDER WAY TRAVEL to CALIFORNIA ORTHWEST 1. Shortest, most dlnot route to th« Pacific Gout. ll-paved, water-level highway... gateway to California, Pacific North•west, Yel lowiton*, Bryc* Canyon •ad Zlon National Paths, Grand Canyon, Boulder Dam, Rooky Mountain*. 9. Streamlined coaches with deeply euahioned, reclining chairs...wide, clear windows on all sides...capable, eonrtsons drivers. 4« Far less cost than other forms of trarel—much less than driving your own car...extra savings on roundtrip tickets. Typical iares: On»W.y LOS ANGELES $26.75 SAN FRANCISCO . $20.75 PORTLAND $28.75 SALT LAKE CITY SI9.05 DENVER $18.05 DES MOINES *'!M> !• Frequent departure*—leave almost any time you like...slop over wherever you wish...*Uy nearly six months before returning, on roundtrip tickets. ". Side trips, circle tours and all- eizpense touri easily arranged. J. Low-coit, tasty meals—average only 7Scadayl 8. Convenient terminal!, located in the heart of the hotel, theater, and •bopping districts. , 8. Liberal baggage limits. 10. Expert a»«Utance .. clanning your trip...accurate inform.. % regarding fares, routei, icbeudles, •top-oven, circle tours, all-expente tours, etc...complete itinerary prepared without coat or obligation. lust visit or phone: BUS DEPOT AIxoiui HoU-l Phone 262 miERSTflTE TRnnsiT Lines DUIIIIi*-""*' 11 «••— *jr_ Frank Weisbrod of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers and family of Algona and Mrs. Carrie Voigt of Fenton. Surprise Party Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller were taken by surprise Sunday evening, May 23, when, the five Jmndred club gathered to celebrate the Mueller's 20th wedding anniversary Five hundred was played at seven tables with Mrs. A. J. Krause and Everett Dreyer winning the high score prizes. The Muellers were presented with a gift Lunch brought by the guests was served after the cards. Teachers Leave The following teachers left for their home Friday evening the last day of school: Louise Curtiss to Council Bluffs: Helen Thompson to Burt; Margaret Blossom to Algona; Marie Lennox to Cedar Rapids; Irene Wilson near Des Moines; Vernon Clark to Bagley. Mr. Otterness will remain In Fenton for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sundermeyer and S. H. Sorenson of Mallard visited Fenton friends Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Losse and son, Kenneth of Lake City spent Sunday at the J. T. Snyders. Sidney Bruce Humphrey Is spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller at Ringsted. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mrs. Dorothea Gerhart and Mrs. Henry Reimers were Spencer shoppers last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman and two sons of Swea City were entertained Sunday at the Julius Gremmels home. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs, O. B. Johnson spent afternoon at UM Wilbur Knnu home In Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. John Newel, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel and Mrs. Kate Newel were entertained at the Frank Bailey home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice Gibbons of Whlt- temore spent Sunday at the Elmer Weisbrods and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace and family of Forest City and the Maurice Wallace family of Fenton were at the parental John Wallace's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hlntz and daughters were entertained at the Maurice Wallace home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell visited their daughter, Mrs. Ole Peterson at the Mayo hospital Sunday. Mrs. Peterson Is recovering nicely from an operation. Helena and Rachael Weisbrod, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, spent several days last week with their sister, Mrs. Joe McGovern, Whlttemore. The Alfred Meyers family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerlck of Alta and Ernest Veaux of Ida Grove were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. Miss Irene Dunkelberg, H. D. A. of Palo Alto county, spent Friday at the Bertel Berklend home, help- Ing Mrs. Berkland and daughters cut out 4-H club uniforms. Mrs. Fred Boyken and son, Donald, acompanied by Mrs. Nick Heesch of Titonka, left Friday evening for Slater, Minn., to visit with friends until Sunday evening. The Clarence Allsup family had their furniture store Saturday and Mrs. Allsup and daughter, Wilma will live with the former's daugh ter, Mrs. Beryl Tlndahl in Graettinger. Theodore Kuhlman and Louis Schmalz of Lester Prairie, Minn spent from Sunday to Monday at the Henry Schulte home. Mr. Kuhlman is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Schulte. Jack Stevens of Boone accompanied by Gllmore Currier of Pilot Mound and Phyllis Ealy and Helen Fielding of Lohrville, spent Sunday with Jack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Edith Laage and Mrs. Minnie Stark of Des Moines brought A. P. Peterson home Friday evening after several weeks' niece, Mrs. Stark. visit with his The ladies re turned to Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mrs. Chas. Newel attended a county Sunday School convention at the Presbyterian church in Burt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters, Phyllis and Janet, spent Sunday with the former's grand son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Armstrong at Blue Earth, Minn The McFall's daughter, Mrs. E. B Armstrong of Millac, Minn., was also a visitor at her sons, the Arthur Armstrongs. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod autoed to Storm Lake Sunday, where they met the men's mother, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McConnel and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worrell and family, all of Council Bluffs for a picnic dinner. Enroot* horn* Mr*. fl4tt*r Weisbrod stopped off In Emmetsburg for a visit with her parent*. Fashion says that the engagement ring and wedding ring should match . . . am] here is shewn the ensemble idea as developed by Granat, America's leading ring stylist. Set of two rings — <-r fithcr ring can be St. Benedict Couple Married Monday St. Benedict: Jack McKenna and Mary Fasbender sprung a surprise Blasting Out Cottonwoods, Some 15 Feet In Diameter Good Hope: Supervisor McDonald and his crew are busy In the neighborhood with road work. We understand that but four miles of road is to be graded this year. This will Include a mile running by the J. F. Overmyer farm, occupied by the Will Raths; the mile of road two miles south running past the Morton farm occupied by the Noble Mitchells; and a stretch of road of two miles running east and south and east from District 2 school to No. 169 past the Riedel and Tjaden farms. All these projects are dirt roads and almost impassible in bad weather. The latter project is part of the Burt mall route. The crew is at present at work on the Rath mile blasting out monster cottonwood trees. Some are said to be 15 feet in circumference. Mrs. J. F. Schoby and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schobj- were guests on Sunday at the Glen Jenkinsons. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, of Buffalo Center, visited the James Knolls Thursday and Friday of last week. Dist. Supt W. G. Muhleman delivered an Inspiring message to a large and Interested audience at Good Hope Sunday. Appropriate servcies of worship will be held at Good Hope and Whlttemore M. B. churches on next Sunday, May 30, Memorial Day. Committees of the Good Hope- Whittemore M. E. Sunday Schools are busy with plans and practice for Children's Day which will be observed June 13. Miss Pauline Black, who last year taught the Gardner school (Dist No. 6) left last Saturday morning for Des Moines where she has enrolled in the Thompson School of Beauty Culture. Mrs. Lena Kohlwes and daughter, Austin, Minn., were here Friday to Wednesday visiting her mother, Mrs. Louie Hintz and other relatives. She was a guest at the Ed Hackbarths, Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Newville, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Darold Newville, Poppel, Minn., were dinner guests at the Will Raths Saturday evening. The young Newvilles were fiere on account of the accident, which happened to their mother, Monday of last week, in which she fell from a ladder and broke the bones of her left arm just above the wrist. pickerel, among them one weighing eight pounds, caught by Mrs. Miller. The Queen Esther circle enjoyed a picnic Monday evening at the home of Harriet Oxley. This will be the last meeting of the year, as the leader, Mrs. Francis Kee, will be leaving now that school Is closed. Mrs. Willis Oberhelman and son, Lyman, returned to their home near Renwlck, Tuesday, after spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Brown, while the Oberhelmans' house was being remodeled. Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle and two children have been staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jacobs, while the youngest child, Perry, recovers from injuries received when he fell through an upstairs register a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastion and baby daughter, Rennle Lou, of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Will- lams, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson and Lois Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans were Sunday guests at the Robert Masterson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Zwlefel and Cecil and Beverly attended the baccalaureate services at the M. E. church in LuVerne last week Sunday evening. Mr. Zwlefel has a niece and a nephew in the class and Mrs. Zwiefel's cousin's son is also in the class. Little Ann Bogard of Eagle Grove spent the week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C Bunting, while her parents, Mr and Mrs. Arlon Bogard acconr panted a number of music students from the Eagle Grove high school where Mr. Bogard is music instructor, to the National Music contest in Oklahoma City. They enterec an instrumental sextette and a tube solo player and accompanist anc won superior on both. The 60- pMece marching band rated superior at Iowa City, and was eligible to enter the national contest, but it was impossible for the school to finance the trip for so large group. KINSEY GIRLS PARTY GUESTS ATKANCROFT Daughters of Auditor Honored on Eve of Move to Algona Bancroft: Twelve friends of Jean and Elaine Kinsey surprised them at a farewell party Tuesday. A lunch was served and then they all went to the theatre. The Klnseys will move to Algona in the near future. Banns of Matrimony The banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's church for Joseph Mousel and Mary Ford. Ed Becker of Algona visited at the home of his mother, Mrs. Peter Becker, Sunday. Alice Payne and Ruth Roland of Algona were dinner guests Sunday at the C. M. Baker home. Mrs. John Bernhard entertained eight ladles at dinner Saturday in honor of her two guests, Mrs. Carl Lenander and Mrs. Sebastian Mack of Minneapolis. HIDES WOOL Top Market Prices Paid for Hides and Wool Joe Greenberg The baccalaureate aermon was given at the Lutheran church Sunday evening for the graduates. Rev. Sjostrand gave the sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sanders and two daughters of Whlttemore were visitors at the M. A. Saundem home recently. Wilson Saundew of Dubuque visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. CUMMINGS NEW THINGS-SPECIAL VALUES NEW WHITE HATS Cartwheels, flop brims Crowiiless of pique, straw or pedaline braid. 98c New Deodorant ABRID 10c-39c Dress and Coat FLOWERS 10-20-29c Flock Dot Voile DRESSES Dark colors, all sizes M.OO Of course they're fast color Memorial Day Wreaths—Sprays 10-25-50c New Convex Round Shadow SILHOUETTES 20c „ 50c pr. pr. New Voile, DRESSES Large sizes 44 to 52 Elastic Panty GIRDLES 29c CUMMINGS Faculty Named For 1937-38 At Corwith Falrview-Corwithv consolidated school ected the faculty for the coming school year. Following are the teachers and the grades they will teach: Mrs. Margaret Hoffmaster, Algona, will teach the first grade; Miss Jane McDowall of Conway, second grade; Miss Bernice Risvold of Corwith, third grade; Miss -y ,„„«,«« .F.-.....-.F.-V Allne Martinek of Wesley, fourth on their many friends by getting grade . Misa Greta chamberlain of married Monday morning at 6| Humboldt, fifth grade; Miss Angela o'clock, Rev. H. B. Kramer officiating. After the ceremony they left on a short Honeymoon trip, after which they will be at home as usual running the store in St. Benedict. The wedding breakfast was served to the groom's reiaTlves and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer, parents of the bride. Mrs. Wm. Dunlap had the honor of being hostess at the Fasbcnder-McKen na wedding breakfast. $50 to $150.00 A. H. Borchardt and Jcvvclrv SAME MODERN REFRIGERATION CITY HOMES ENJOY I SERVEL ELECTROLUX RUNS ON KEROSENE {Coal <MI> t'HOMA* KAIHU SKKVK Stewart Girls Are Portland Hostesses Portland: The Portland 4-H girls' club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Betty and Dorothy Stewart. Sixteen members, the two leaders, and five visitors were present. Lucille Bartlett gave a paper on "Rehnibhing Chair Seat Covers" and Virginia Trenary gave the hislory of two music 1 memory selections, 'Medley March" and "Recessional". A handkerchief shower was also given in honor of the president, Violet Long, who has accepted a position in Wisconsin. Violet has been an active club member ar.-l will be greatly missed by the pir]*. Sh.f vu a member of •'.-.'.- <:,.;..equation team two years ago and was also the health champion of the ch Virginia Trenary, vice president, took over the presidency Saturday and seems to be very well fitted for the task. In addition to the regular meeting, four music memory marches were studied on the phonograph. Following the music study, the American Circle was practiced out doors. This game will be played by the Portland and Burt clubs as part of the afternoon's performance at the Burl Rally day. A delicious lunch was eaten on the lawn and an enjoyable time was had by all. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon. June 2. with Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter. Tony Jandl and son. Anthony, went on a trip to Osceola Sunday Mr und Mrs. Earl Shipler spent Sunday at the Sam Shiplers, Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart visited the latler's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Primasing, West Bend, Sunday. Elda Jandl spent Thursday and Sunday afternoon with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl. She ia employed at present by Mrs. John Reed. Mrs. Tony JuuUI, l.oreiia, Lat- Voi;nc. urfH Bobby were Sunday diijiitr guests at the home of the former's aister. Mrs. Floyd Bilsborough. Algona. A number of Portland people attended the baccalaureate ^erviceri held in the Burl high school Sunday evening. Portland graduates this year ait: Kutiiryn Elvid^e, Darlene Braylon. Ltola Bunkofuke, Nadine Mann. Faye Bolie, Calvin Brislow and Rachel Becker. Higgins. sixth grade; Wesley Stuh- enberg of Aplington and Miss Edith Wilson of Corwith, the seventh and eighth grades. In high school the superintendent will be J. M. Gehrt; Francis Kee, principal: Miss Margaret Hanbury of Den Moines. home economics; Miss Gertude Hurley, English; Miss Lillian Meyers of Cedar Falls, mathematics and Mias Esther Smith of Swea City, will teach music. Three of the teachers are new to Corwith. Supt. Gehrt will take the place of Supt G. W. Beacon who has been here the past four yeurs. Gehrt comes here from the Des Moines town- fchip consolidated school near Rolfe. Miss Angela Higgins fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Miss Helen Hauser and Miss Hurley takes the place of Miss Gertrude Jackman. The Last Week of Graham's New Summer Needs at Extra Savings $400 lats '1 Fashion trends of the season are represented in this special price group. WE Wash Fabrics 29c On Trip to Coa*t Mrs. And/ Foley ami daughter, Rita Faye, spent Friday night at the Frank Watts home in Fort Dodge. On Saturday they left by bus for Farrington. Wyoming, where they will visit at the home of Mrs. Foley's sister and husband. Dr. and Mrs. .1 M. Havcly, until Friday noon, when they will leave for Shelton, Washington, where they will spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stark and family, former Corwith residents. The Thimble club met on Friday at the home of Mrs. Donald Dean. The Bible school of the Corwith Methodist church started Monday, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Moore of Clear Lake spent Saturday and Sunday of last week at the J. W. Duckett home. Mrs. Frank Izzard and Mrs. Wilbur Studer were hostesses to the D. Y. T. club at the Izzard home Friday afternoon. John Evans visited at the home of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Evana and other relatives at Woolbiock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hauswirth entertained a. number of the members of the school faculty at a dinner party at their home Monday evening. Ruth Caldwell spent the latter part of last week with her brother Wallace, a student at Iowa State College in Ames and attended the Veishea activities. Miss Florence Widen has returned to Mason City, where she is a student nurse ut Mercy hospital, after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen. Mr. and Men. VViilis Oberhtlman and son, Lyman. drove to Malison Saturday morning to visit at the home of hi. parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Oberhelman and other relatives until Sunday evening. A. A Miller and Bill Kscher enjoyed a tuning trip to the Dts Moines river near Humboldt last Sunday. They returned with six $1 AA 1 ' uu 0-CedarDry DUST MOPS Choice oblong or triangular shape. Dining Room or £ QC Kitchen Rugs u * :w 'Armstrong" Felt Base Rugs 9x12. Wall Mirrors circular-oblong Plain or etched dtflign. 16x10 or 14x14 in. Suitcases $1 OC Overnitebags 1 -** F Gray-twked, Black or tan. Clothes and $1 QO Bench Hampers 1 * JO Enameled up-to-the-minute styles. Dinnerwarc 32 piece sets You can pay more but you can't buy better Dmnerware than Graham's are ottering at these prices. Buy now — prices will be higher. Smartly Styled 1C r Tumblers, 2 for **'*• Yellow, 98c Red -White- Black- bubbles. 9 PC. Beverage AO _ Service Set *' oc Colorful tumblers and serving tray. Ice Tea Sets Six Pieces The latest creation ia colorful decorations. Glassware Ovenware Casseroles, Utilty Dish, Bean- pots. Table Oil Cloth OC- First Quality ^^ Select Patterns in all colors. Dimities, Batistes, Flock dot Voiles You are going to see a lot of these sheer fabrics this season—make your selection now Printed Piques Slacks '1 All ilzes, all colors for girls and ladies. Many styles to choose from. Blister Sheers 39c A good selection of popular sheers, in a wide range of colors. 39c yard Lace Cloths 69c Again lace fabrics will lead this season's summer dresses. Colors —Navy, Coral Beige, Rust. and Bed Sheets 96c 81x99 size, fine quality sheets that will give real service. Special this week only. New pastel Crepe Shantung Weave Frock 1.98 2.98 Here you will find a large selection of styles in the latest fabrics arid color combinations. Sizes 11 to 20—38 to 46. Pillow Cases 14c An End of the Month Special you can't afford to pass. Child's New Sheer Dresses Excellent quality sheer fabrics for girls 3 to 14 years. 98e Flour Sacks 10c Large US-pound size fully perfect quality. Snappy White $1 AA Handbags for 1>vv A dollar never bought more. ilk Hose, AQ P full fashioned wc Sheer chiffon or service wt. Lovely Blouses 1 AA Misses Women's*""* Very attractive sheer fabric*. Ruffled Curtains AO- Wliitc, jtasttl •'Ot» Large selection to please you Yards of New 1Q r Curtain Fabrics 1JL 4O in. Novelty nets and marquisettes. 1.98 Models to fit all men, size* 30 to 40. Every desirable length —easy to launder—will always fit because they're San- forized Shrunk. Boys' Wash Suits, 3 to 8 Fa»t color cotton suiting*. Hen's and Boys' Caps Gray mixture* for 59c Ing*. 25c summer 19c Harvest Hats, Boys', Men's Durable hats for every day (Children's Sweaters _ Collar and band neck styles. Boy's Polo Shirts for "Tuckstitch 49c neck styl«» Department Stores Don't Forget Flower Show and PUut Sabs Juoe 4, Hlgb School Gym Utility Mats 10c A large assortment of patterns la these practical floor rugs. Very specW.

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