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Thg Algona ggperPerMoiaea. AJgoqA, Iowa, Jtme 3,1937 East EDWARD SPOKE SUNDAY, LAKMERYId Winners in Poster Contest Announced; Award School 3>raes Lakote: Union Memorial services were held tit the school auditorium Sunday morning tit 10 o'clock ana were sponsored by the American Legion and Auxiliary. Margaret Schroeder played the processional for the marching ot the Legionalres and the Auxiliary, the Boy Scouts and the flower girls. Invocation was by the Rev. Nelson, song by male quartette, Messrs. 1. E. Wortman, Jerry Heetland, George ffinnen and Jerry Ukena. L E. Wortman Introduced the speaker, Senator Uflwarfl Breen -ol P6rt Dodge, who gave a splendid address fitting to the occasion. Mrs. O. H. Frerklng sang "Christ in Flanders." Mrs. Wade Ball, Auxiliary president, named the winners of the Poppy poster contest Gene Roelfsema won first, John Wortman second and Gladys Sheldon third. Those having the highest grades in history In the 8th and 6th grades in school were also given prizes and Gene Roelfsema won first and Ardis Boes second In the 15th grade and Ar)l89 HeetlarW first, and Dorothy 'IHtena second in the 6th grade. The male quartette then sang "Scatter Them "Tenderly" and the Rev. "Nelson pronounced the benediction. The crowd then went to the two cemeteries and the flower girl* placed wreaths on the soldiers' graves. Lutheran Church Confirmation At I, Sunday Mr. and'Mrs. Otis Mldthun and 'family drove to Algona last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Esther and Leonard autoed to Algona last Tuesday. Mrs. Selmer'Matheson spent last Thursday at her parental Carl Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson and Aria and Grace Soflien spent last Sunday with the Oscar Frandles. Mrs. Gust Nelson assisted Mrs. Adrian HausUin and'Mrs. Ed Jordahl with hanging paper last week. The pupils in Hebron township district No. 6 closed their school last Friday and all enjoyed a picnic. A shower for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matheson was given last Monday night at the Zion church parlors in •Rake. -Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Mrs. C. Legried attended the Ladies' Aid meeting at Dell last Friday. Bible school commenced in district No. 1, May 31st with Marcella Benson as teacher. A two weeks' term will be held all day and any one is welcome to attend. Ledynrd: The newly orgnriizet Lutheran church held confirmation services, Sunday. The examination was held durlrfg the morning service and the class was confirmed in the afternoon. Following the services they were taken to Algona where they had their picture taken. Rev. A. Boese of Lakcta is the pastor. Those In the class were: Jean Gamle, Charles, Lois and Kenneth Reece, Merfil, Kenneth, Melvln and Wilma Busch, Lurene Lloyd, Milford Herzog, Geneva and Deloris Gelhaus and Glenn Lloyd. At Cemetery Sunday Among those from out of town seen at the cemetery Sunday were: the Fred Montgomerys of Blue Earth; Mrs. Sadie Garrison of Elmore; Mrs. Ed McGuire and son, Elmer of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Volght of Algona; Mrs.. Frank Wiemer of Swea City; the Edward Hagges of Buffalo Center and the Martin Gables of Grant Center. Old Timer Visits A. E. Cobbs of Mountain View, Oklahoma, Visited Friday night at the L. W. Wiemer home. Mr. Cobbs was a former Ledyard resident having lived here nearly 40 years ago. then. He ran a lumberyard here FBIDAY AHD SATURDAY, JUNE 4-5 PORK LOIN ROAST A tender, Juicy Baked Pork Loin, either plain or with dress- Ing, should please the family for a Sunday Boast For this sale S Ib. first cat roasts for 24c per Ib. and lean center cuts for 29c per Ib. BEEF ROASTS Boneless Baby Beef Roaata for this sale at a special price of 21c per Ib. You will enjoy one of these "easy to carve" roast* for your Sunday Dinner. VEAL CUTLETS Lean, fender slices of Booelesa Veal, either plate or frenched to bread or make veal birds, Oqr price on these tender bonrkos cuts Is Me per Ib. BULL HEADS Fried Bull Heads are a popular fl»h because the bones are so eaoiiy removed. Solid, meaty fish caught hi cold Canadian waters, at 18c per Ib. Northern Pike for this sale at IZe per Ib. COUNCIL OAK PEARS Mellow, sugary BartletU in a good syrup. Throe large luscious pear* for thin sale In the large 6 to 8 portion can for only 16c. Buy a supply for sauce and salads at this tow price. SUPERB PEAS Large, mf-aty, sweet pea* undrr the "Superb" label ansures the be»t of the reason's pack. You will find Uir*e large, peaa as deliriously tender an the mnaller sizes. Buy a supply of the large 8 portion calm at our special price of 12c. SUM-R-AID This delirious thirst quencher made in the following refreshing flavors: Grape, RanptK-rrj, Orange, Strawberry, Wild Cherry, and Lemon-Lime. Sc BOTTLE MAKES \ GALLON 14c BOTTLE MAKES 4 GALLONS COUNCIL OAK TEA Teas iflr<-U-d with the greatest cure for style, flavor, strength and bouquet For this hale u spfciitl price of Ibe on the !; Ib. green U>4 and 21c on Uie 'j 11». orange |H-koe. Exchange empty cartons fo: fancy thim ware. GINGER SNAPS I The old time favorite r.f whiih we never tire. \Ve like them at *he table arni in (he lunch basket These fresh baked cookies' at the special price of Hie per Ib. PORK & BEANS .Morning IJijht Beam in a rich tomato sauce, are thoroughly cooked and of uniform site. Ot-ver hohU-<,i> •» appreciate these delicious bean* for emergency im-aJs aJid for picnic dinner*. A special price of 8c on the larije J7 ounce can. Our "Red Bag" Coffee Many prefer Uie mild, sweet flavor of this popular priced coffee W> that of the more expensive brau<L>. Sold only in the whole berry and we grind a* you direct A special pric* of 18c per pound, or S pounds tor 52c. I BROOM SPECIALS A sturdy, weU nuult broom for this sale, at a special price of Hoc e^b; alto a fancy Velvet Lock Broom which i» a very special bargain at 6Sc. SOAP Blue Barrel Fetrolejie Soap can aguiii be bought in the old original pound bar. For this week end u si^scial price ul 2 ban for 13c. <3ne»tB at Supper Mrs. Martin Matson of Virginia Minn., a cousin of Mrs. Oeorge Thompson, Mrs. Ida Riley a schoo friend of Mrs. Thompson from West Bend were supper guests at the Thompson home Friday. Mrs Matson stayed until Saturday when the Thompsons took her to her brother's home, Merrill Boyd In Northwood. Edwin Lloyd has purchased a new Ford V-8. Geo. Hagge was a business caller in Algona Saturday. The Max Nitz family visited relatives in Minneapolis over the week end. The Ted Brands of Hollandale visited Sunday at the Paul Gelhaus home. Mrs. Jess Welfare and family were guests Sunday at the J. H. Welfare home. Evelyn Mayne has gone to assist with the house work at the Herb Trenary farm. The George Dunns of Thompson visited last Friday night at the W. E. Flynn home. The V. A. Barretts visited from Friday until Sunday at the Raney home in LJvermore. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne and WaHace visited friends in Armstrong Sunday afternoon. Mrs. LcRoy Anderson and son, Fred of Radcllffe spent Sunday at the L, W. Wiemer borne. The Glenn Yahnkes and Marjorie Mayer visited at the parental Jensen home in Buffalo Center Sunday. Ralph Campbell Is painting the Campbell home which was Just vacated by the A. E. Lanritien family. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey and family of Swea City visited last Thursday evening at the Clifton Engelby home. The Joe Steinbergs of Garner called on friends here Sunday. Mrs. Steinberg was a former teacher in Ledyard. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and daughters, Barbara and Peggy Lou were dinner guests at the Clifton Engelby home Sunday. The George Thompsons spent Monday in LuVerne attending a Mason reunion at the home of Jennie and Lottie Mason. Mrs. Horan, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Dyer and Glenn and Irene drove to Livermore last Thursday to visit at the cemetery there. Paul and Connie Garry accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh to Rochester Saturday to visit relatives over the week end. Mr. Halevrson drove to Decorah Friday to bring Tilmer home from school. He has just completed his third year at Luthtr college. Ray Wentworth, Jack Welch and Ben Mayer left Friday night for a fishing trip into northern Minnesota. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sarn Weaver and Marjorie left last week Thursday for Rochester, where Mrs. Weaver is to enter the hospital for examination and treatment. The children of the Sacred Heart church started Monday morning to Sisters school which will be held every morning for the next two weeks. The Sisters are from Bancroft. Andrew Rierson of Des Koines came Sunday to visit several days at the home of his sister, Mrs. Olaf Engelby. They all bpent Sunday at the parental Zachariason home in Elmore. Raymond Johnson took the following young people of the Bethany Reform church to a Sunday School convention in Newton: Blame Biome, Ella Goetz, Lillian Klinksiek and Melvin Logeman. Mrs. A. Barnes and her daughter, Mrs. TrofJ spent several days at Armstrong the past wtek. Mrs.* Barnes' mother, Mrs. Erickson, is still in a serious condition and this pa*f. week Mr. Erickson had a stroke and is also bedfast. Mrs. Barnes expects to return this week to help care for them. Hurt At Britt Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno were quite concerned last week about their little grandson, Jujumc Shteu, three year old son of their daughter. MJM. Ernest Sheets, formerly Florence Reno. Little Jirnmie was uccidently run over by a car at Britt last Tuesday night. He was taken to the Mercy hospital in Mason City where his condition was rated as only fair. Lakota Young Polk* Attend Convention Lakota: The Rev. O. H. Frekin and 24 young people of the loo Christian Endeavor attended th North Iowa Presbyterian tally Rolfe Friday and Saturday: Fern Lewis, Margaret Schroedef, Paul and Calvin Ukena. The Rev. Frer king was on the program for a minute talk and presented the subject, "Christian Youth Building th New Home." The young folks ag aln won the cup for points In th test, namely: Missionary Offering Mission Study, Mileage, Attendant and Promptness. They won th cup in 1933-34-35 but lost It las year and were glad to again bring the honors home. Agent Seriously HI Frank Krall, depot agent, Is ser oosly ill at his home with an at tack of pneumonia. The L. J. Needhams spent Satur day, Sunday and Monday in Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fedge spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Northwood. The Rev. O. H. Frerklng drove to Battle Creek where he delivered the Memorial address. The George Edwards family spent the week end 'visiting relatives at Milford. The Earl Grabau family drove to Lime Springs Saturday to spend a week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Howard South and son from Albert Lea were Sunday visitors at the C. R. Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary at their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht were dinner guests at the Andrew Petersons at Tltonka Sunday. Mrs. C. R. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Bob Heetland were visitors In Dows and Clarion last Thursday. Mrs. J. H. Warburton drove to Swea City and accompanied the Rev. Harvey family to Fairmont on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley drove to Mason City Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Worley's mother, Mrs. M. H. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warbnrton and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, of Swea City, were Sunday visitors at the Samuel Warburtons. The Rev. Harvey Nelson Is conducting two weeks of Bible school at the Methodist church In Ledyard. This Is the closing week. Messrs. E. R. Worley, Ray Smith, H. H. Murray and E. J. Woodworth left Tuesday for a week's fishing vacation In northern Minnesota. Mrs. Ray Hertzke and little son returned last week from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wlrtjes at Granada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton left Saturday night for Olln, where they spent a few days visiting Mrs. Warburton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buxton. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City Friday and Saturday. She and her sister, Lena, drove to Waterloo for the day and returned here Saturday evening. Sunday visitors at the Harry Mussmans were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dou and three daughters, of Sheffield; Vernon Dou and a friend of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. George Kempf, Riceville; Mrs. H. D. Mussman, 8r., went home with her daughter, Mrs. Kempf for a visit. TITONKANEWS Mother Passe* Word was received from Gilmor City" Tuesday noon of the death caused by a heart attack, of th Mother of Mrs. W. 3. Den ton, an Mrs. C. A. Lameoreux. Mr. an Mrs. LamoretM and Mrs. Dento left for Gllmore City at once. Fun era) services were to be held on Thursday afternoon. John Badje came down from Rake Friday to visit Rev. Schoen lein, who continues quite ill at his home here. The tittle daughter born to Mr and Mrs. Henry Swalve Monday passed away Friday morning with burial Friday afternoon. The Thursday luncneon bridge club met with the hostess, Mrs. V Pendergast, high going to Mrs Martin Bleich and low to Mrs. M S. Craven. James Winter of Gltmore City came Thursday evening to make Ills home with his daughter, Mrs W. J. Denton, following the death of Ms wife last Tuesday. J. F. Fisher left Saturday for Des Molnes where he will spend the week end at the home of Bis son Robfllrt and \family. Stanley remained at home to care for bis newspaper route. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Winter and children came from Mason City Wednesday afternoon, remaining Young Couple Wed, Wednesday Hebron: Carl Matheson, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Matheson, and Bernice Halverson, next to the youngest daughter of Carl Halverson, were united in marriage by the Rev. S. O. Sorlien at the parsonage at Rake last Wednesday. A wedding supper was served for the nearest relatives about 50 in number attending. The couple* will make their home on a farm three miles southwest of Rake. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children, Mrs. Clarence Haveland and their children, Mrs O. Legried and Bonna, Mrs. J. E. Olson and Aria, and Ingborg KJoppen attended a birthday party on Mrs. Paul Klipplng last Tuesday at frer borne near Forest City. West Bend Wins Wesley: The Wesley baseball team played the West Bend team Sunday on the local diamond and were defeated by the visiting team >y a score of 8 to 3. Large crowds lave been attending the games, this being the third held on the local diamond. Read The Want Ad*—u Pay* n Tltonka that night and driving o Gilmore City Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast eft Sunday morning for Water- own, returning Monday accom- ianled by their daughter, Mrs. H. f. Jacobson who will make an ex- ended visit at the parental home. George Petersen drove to Gilmore Ity Tuesday night taking with him ifr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton who was called there by the death of irs. Denton's mother, Mrs. Ellen Winter. Mrs. Denton remained un- 11 Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven entertained as their guests for the week nd and over Decoration Day, Mrs. [ansen and granddaughter of Es- herville, and Miss Violet Callahan f Minneapolis. Miss Callahan Is a aughter of Mrs. Hansen. Miss Alice Sartor who has been mployed in Chicago, returned ome Wednesday evening for her acatlon. Mrs. Ann Bleich and Miss Betty Kokesh met her at Maon City. They also visited Mrs, ffary Oesterreicher, who is a pa- lent at the Park hospital. Mrs. B. A. Pannkuk was taken o the General hospital at Algona or treatments for multiple neur- tls, the result of a severe attack f flu-pneumonia last December. Mrs. Pannkuk will remain there a ouple of weeks, and her many Meads iSlncereJy hop* she will re- elve relief. Mrs. Sophie ' Conrad! was the Sunday hostess to her two broth- rs, Ernest Hurabke and Dick lumbke of Westaskiwln, Canada; er oon, Conrad Conradi and fam- y of Yetter, and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Mechler and son. Mrs Tonradi's brothers started their omeward trip Tuesday. The American Legion Auxiliary adlo party and work meeting met t the home of Mrs. Will Cosgrove riday afternoon. Wreaths were made which the Legion used in dec- rating the graves of deceased vet- rans Memorial day. Also, extensive arrangements were made for carrying on the Poppy sale. Mary Young, Fidac chairman, presented a program constructively representing Greece, the nation in which the Fidac convention will meet this year. A very large crowd was In attendance, and the afternoon was very much enjoyed by all. Correspondents Change Ledyard: Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Joint correspondent for The Kewmtit Advance and The Upper DM M0UUM, has resigned her position, effe«Hv« June first, because the Barrett family Is mov= in* from Leonard. Mrs, D. B. Mayer win be the new Ledyard correspondent, and folks m that territory with news can get lit tottch with her with their news Items. K-Ball League Whittemore: Plans for a kitten- hall league here, with two teams from Whittemore and two from town have been worked out. Two scheduled games will be played each week, and captains will be appointed for each team, and have charge of their respective groups. Second Brother Dies Fenton: Henry Boevers received word Sunday evening of the death of his brother, William Boevers of Union City, Oklahoma. It will be remembered another brother, John C Boevers of Galena, HI., passed away two weeks ago. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Glass Auto Glass Eeplaced while you wait. We carry a, complete stock of window glass ** t Greenberg Auto Soppij 36-tf TYKE THEATRE TITONKA, IOWA HTiEBE TH£ BEST PICTURES PLAY AT THEIB BEST Friday and Saturday, June 4 5tb His dog turn«d out to be Cupid* A lovable animal brings two sweetheart* together NOAH BEEBY, Jr. aud BABBABA BEAD In "T5E MiaHTY TEBVU" Selected Short subject added Sunday and Monday, June 6-7tb Matinees Sunday at 1:30 and 3:30 Disgraced! Blamed for a tragedy that waa another man's guilt! KKBOL FLYMN io "GREEN UQHT" with Anita Louis*, Sir Cedric Hgrdwicke, Margaret Lindsay News Reel > Selected Shorts Tuesday Only, June Qth EMETI' HOBTON (VABLOT EVEMETI' LET'S MAKE A (VABLOTT£ WINTERS Wednesday and Thursday, June 9-10th Jack Oalde, Veto* aod NOTICE! OF RENEWAL OF CORPORA-TIE 'PERIOD TO WHOM JT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the Sherman-IrvlnEton Telephone Company, whose corporate periofl ex- >lred on April 4, 1937, at a special meeting of the stockholders held for that purpose on the 24th day of March. 1(37, renewed and extended he corporate period of eald company tar a period of twenty (20) years from and after the «th day of April, 937, and adopted and filed as by aw provided a Certificate of such renewal and Amended and Substl- uted Articles of Incorporation, pro- Idlng as follows: The name of the corporation Is Shermar.-IrvlnBton Telephone Com- lany." with principal place of bus- ness at Algona, Iowa, and the ob- ect Is to own, maintain and oper- te a rural telephone and branches nd to rent telephone services, with Ight to buy. sell, hold and convey ersonal property. The capital stock Is Two Thousand •Ive Hundred Dollars (12500.Ofl) Ivlded Into shares of Fifty Dollars 160.00) each. The affairs of the corporation are managed by five directors who shall lect a President. Vice President, nd Secretary and Treasurer, and uch other officers as they may see t. The annual election shall be n March 4 of each year, and then until the next annual meeting on March 4. 1938, the directors shall be Ernest Bormann, Sebastian Kramer, Stephen Loss. M. L. Roney and A. M. Lemkee. all of Irvlngton, Iowa, ard the officers shall be: President 81m Leigh Vice President ..Barney Frankl Secretary R. C. Lage Treasurer ... .Sebastian Kramer all of Irvlngton, Iowa. Private property of the stockholders thall be exempt from corporate liability, and the highest amount of Indebtedness which the Company may at any time subject Itself shall not exceed one-half of th« capital stock. HIM LEIOH, President R. C. LAOS, Secretary. Fitting Glasses la An Exact Science Your eyesight is toe precious to trust to slipshod methods. Every pair of glasses we sell is individually prescribed and the prescription ii filled with scientific accuracy. A, W. AMUNSON Notice The undersigned has no financial Interest In the business conducted at 113 South Dodge Street, known us "Akrc's Grocery", and will not be personally responsible for any obligations ot said concern. 21-22 EVA M. AKRE. Smoother Power-Less Vibrition- Easier RUmg-A Neann To Briv With it* dx cylind«n giving overlapping pow»r~ond a decreased intensity of individual power Impnlicm the motor in the new Bow Crop "70" ram mow smoothly and with lets vibration than a two or four-cylinder wg*TH>. You'll really enjoy driving it There's lew wear and toot on both driver and tractor. With finger-tip control— planting and cultivating equipment monntea in fall view of the operator— and plowing with two 14-inch bate*' under ordinary Mil nmulffl«^ fj ar over 4 mile* tin hour j —you'll get a big day's work done easier and Quiclnr.\ There'* more time left for other Job»— more boon to livil \ There are two "70V'— one operating mptt economically on 70 octane gojoline and the other an fceraeene Or fK«HH"*t n^fhyf Q or»mtyimfl,f>n fftei\f. shift. Come in "^A eee these ieTuntltinfil new. Row Crop "70V— -with a complete Jin* of mounted listing, busting, planting and ca v voting equipment. Klassie Motor Co. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa 1 • • • - • •""••••"••••••••••••••••s) CcuJi In on IDqnt-fid Opportunities IT DOES I'm no big company mytelf, ju»t becaure I •eU a good big company'! oil, etc. This tnui- new u mine, and tbcir oU baa to ibow my ciutomcn a heap longer mileage and cool •mootb operation, or I wouldn't at safe a living. I'd rather have my trade on Conoco Qerro frocetfed oil, tlwn juit getting people to change here once, «ndalwayib« worried about new one»thow ing up. A lot of my trade comet from clear out around, became nothing but my derm Procened oil wfll Oil-Mate their engine*. You tee, the patent Qcrm ProceM gets thfe oil to form a strong dippy Plating on every working surface. Mind you, Oil-Hating can't drajn down while your c*r i| parked, io it Wt let your engine lUrt up «&?» ?,#& ngineen say U the greatest daager. And the way if • Plated oo, Conoco Oerm Fno. CONOCO OERM PROCISSED OIL Harrii Bros. Stolon Washing and Greasing 701 East State Street Wrty Station and Trwefc 304 H. Jones

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