The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moiaeg, Algona, Iowa, June 3,1987 SIX LUVERNE STUDENTS COMPFTE IN STATE "BRAIN DERBY" CONTEST Richard Brink, Wm Chap man, Boris Eggleon, i K, Marty Entered LuVeme: Six LuVerne high school students left Sunday noon In two cars for Iowa City to enter the "Brain Derby" with other students in class C schools. Supt A. Evans, Mrs. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. trvln Chapman accompanied them to Iowa City. Those participating who were winners here In the academic tests given at each high school in the state are> Richard Brink, general science and English correctness 9; William Chapman, physics, English correctness 12, first year Latin and English literature; Doris Eggleston, English correctness 9. and general science; Elda Hintz, English correctness 12 and English literature; Kenneth Marty, American history, and Burnell Wegner, English correctness 10. Over 300 schools participated In the test but only 235 of them were entered In competition. LuVerne was first in class C and seventh among all the schools competing. William Chapman has made an outstanding record during his four years of high school. He has gone to the finals four times. The first year he won first place In general science. In his sophomore year, plane geometry brought him another first place award over the students of the entire state and he was tenth In world history. Last year as a junior he wrote In five sub- jects and tied for sixth In American government, ninth In biology, and eleventh In history. This year he Is writing in four subjects, making a total of 1* subjects out of a possible IS. during the past four years. A record to be proud of. Club Takes Trip Mrs. Grant Jennings entertained the Progressive club at her new home near Eagle Grove Friday' afternoon. There were two loads of members who went from here. Poetry week was observed and roll call was answered with the names of outstanding American poets. Selected poems were read by Mrs. H. D. Meyers, Mrs. George Tiede and Mrs. A. D. Burtis. Mrs. Jennings was presented with a farewell gift from the club. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her daughter. Jeanne. This was the final meeting of the club year. LnVernfi R. N. A. Hosta The district convention of the Royal Neighbors of America was held In LuVerne June 3 with a good attendance. The sessions were hel( In the high school gym and dinne was served In the community hal at 5:30 by the Methodist Ladies Aid. There were about 100 enroll ed. The latter part of the evening session was open to the public ant an Interesting program was pres ented. The district meeting wil be held in Ringsted next year. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Von Draska. O. J. Marty whose farm joins LuVerne on the south, has recently installed a system of underground cables for power and lights on his farm and has also added just lately a one wire electric fence-, which is proving very satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Llchty and Mrs. Geo. Watklnson of Cedar Falls drove to West Concord, Minn., Monday morning to attend the- funeral of Mrs. Legler's half-brother, John Dingier, who was 94 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips and little son, Russell of Dows and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips of Algona were guests at the S. F. Phillips home.* Mr. Phillips, Sr., has been in very poor health recently and confined to the house most of the time. Miss Garnet White, R. N., who with her mother, Mrs. Llnnie White of Rochester, spent the winter months in California, Is now supervisor of all surgery at the Santa Ana Valley hospital, California. The Whites formerly lived In Lu- Verne before moving to Rochester and their many friends are glad to hear of her splendid promotion. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fuller ant two sons of Armstrong and Mr. ant Mrs Will Westfall and baby o Graettlnger were recent guests a' for lowest cost per washing' THK NEW MAYTAO IRQHER MAYTAG • The Maytag U built to give you carefully-washed clean clothes at lower cost per washing and for more yean. Exclusive features of convenience and performance—the Gyra- tator washing action—famous Roller Water Remover — square, cast- aluminum tub and many others, make the Maytag the washer any family can best afford to own. Maytag models available with gato- fine Multi-Motor. THE MAYTAO COMPANY • MANUf ACTUREM « roUNDED 1W1 • NEWTON. IOWA MAYTAG SALES SERVICE Bjustrom's Algona |iJi£ f S3oasao^}Xfo;0a%«^^ i Every Thing Lovely j Business is good and wife and I are on speaking O terms again. A good wife is a blessing and an absolute g necessity in every fumily. She will stick by you through 2 thick and thin. You take her for life and she lakes you v for everything. The other fellow's wife is always a very § lovable person and you can have lots of fun with her § until her husband arrives. O. £ One thing sure you have to hand it to the wives and § mothers for knowing how to buy and where to buy things g that are needed in the family. § Women knuw values and quality better than men do. § That is one reason why you always find Neville's .store g full of women. They km.vv where to find bargains. You V can call it good buying, or just bull head luck, what ever .j it is, Neville's store has been a carnival of bargains all jjj spring. I have had mure good deal;, offered me in the g last 60 days than in ui.y year I ever run a store. O Just now we are getting m &6 dozen I'oln .shirts fur g men, women ana children, bought at just half the re;,'- O ular price. We are .selling the dollar ones for 49c and O the regular 5ue kind for 2.3c. S Just made a big buy of men's work shoes with leath- # er and Gro Cord soles, regular price of these shoes is O $3.00, our price $2.2.j. g Men's and boys' wash pants, sanforized, all sizes 75c <> uud aac. g Factories are now getting ready to Uke invoice and § are cleaning house. They are offering some real deals, § We will have men's women's and children's white ox- § fords, lies and straps to throw at the birds Prices frori £j 3Sc to *2.4S a pair. § May was the pleasantest and best month's business I SI ever experienced. June is going her one better. It will do you good to see this big stock of merchandise. A day in June, a house full of bargains and you. We have the bargains and we are inviting you to call during this June Sale. Jimmie Neville TUE SHOE -MAN HONOR BRIDE OF JUNE 14 AT ST. JOE PRE-NUPTIAL Party Sunday, With Margaret Fisch Receiving Many Gifts St. Joe: A pre-nuptial shower in honor of Miss Margaret Fisch was given Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's hall. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. Bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Nick Borman and five hundred prize to Mrs. Joe Kramer. Door prize was awarded to Fldelis Thilges. Fisch received many pretty Miss . . . and usefii* gifts. A delicious lunch was served- by the hostesses to 200 guests. Miss Flsdh will be married on June 14th to Anton Weydert in St Joseph's Catholic church. Gets Smashed Finger Herbert Kayser had the misfortune to get the pointer finger of his right hand quite badly smashed in a wire stretcher recently. Dr. Ken- eflck attended the wound. Rev. Father Theobald attended the priest's retreat in Sioux City 'his week. John Thui accompanied Cashier Hammer of the Livermore State Bank to attend the bankers' convention last week. Grace Weydert daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert of WhUte- •nore. is spending some time at the Leonard Weydert home. Zlta Thill spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thill In Whittemore. Zlta has been staying at the home of tier grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann. Peggy Schad spent the week end at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. kfiss Schad was on her way home o Plain View, Minn., from Texas, where she had spent several months. She is a cousin of Mrs. 'uhrmann. Math Mergen and Edwin and Anna of Dell Rapids. South Dakota, ivere visitors at the John Berte iome Friday. Mr. Mergen is Mrs. Jerte's father and he was on his ivay to Dubuque to attend a funer- il. They plan to stop on their re- urn home nere. ARMSTRONG NEWS'! : j3C£00£8H£0iO:OD0 .•Much Doing 17th On Thursday, June 17th, Armstrong will be host to the annual Farm Bureau picnic and the Emmet count}- eighth grade graduation exercises. The graduation program will be held in the morning in the city park unless the weather necessitates a change. The graduation address will be delivered by Dr. Julius Eorass. dean of education at St. Olaf.s College in Northfield. Minn. W. R. Ogg of Chicago and secretary of the American Farm Bureau Federation will apeak in the afternoon. Only eleven schools so far have filed their prospective eighth grade graduates. Foot racss and baseball games are also to be held in the afternoon. It June Bride Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Faye Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. of Valley Junction und Earl Jo.->teii of Valley Junction at 1 p. in., Wednesday. June 2. at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. Thomas Gallagher performed the wedding ceremony in the presence of close relatives and friends. Miss Grace Lee, sister of the bride and Wayne Hunuinger of Estherville were attendants. A reception was held following the ceremony after which they left for Minneapolis on a wedding trip. They will be at home at ts32 Ninth St., Valley Junction, after their trip. Mr. Josten was a former music instructor in the local school for many years, and he also directed music in the Swea City and Estherville schools. The Misses Gertrude and Josephine Blum and Mrs. Bridget Blum and Betty Camden, all ot Minneapolis visited a few days at the E. C. Camden and John Blum homes here. James Knipe, a student at the University of Iowa, in Iowa City, arrived here Wednesday evening, to spend the summer vacation at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Knipe. Miss Helen Larsen, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Andrew Larsen of Eagle township and Marie Irrniter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter of Armstrong Grove township are the only two students of this part of the county to be eligible to compete in the ninth annual "Brain Derby" in Iowa City, June 7 and 8. BODE DRUGGIST WEDSOTTOSEN GffiLONJUNEl Barbara Clave, Oraduat ing Senior, Bride of Miles Helmen Ottosen: A very pretty churct wedding and largely attended was held at St. Olaf church, Tuesday June 1,1937, when Rev. E, H. Haav ick united Miss Barbara May Clav of Ottosen and Miles Helmen o Bode. The bride is the daughter of Mrs L.. J. Clave of Ottosen. The groom Is a son of Mrs. M. H. Helmen o Bode. He is the junior member o the Gangestnd & Helmen drug firm The bridesmaids were Mlsse Catherine and Lucille Clave o Webster City, nieces of the bride Gordon Olson of Bode acted as best tan. The bride graduated from the Dttosen .high school this year with the class of 1937. . Following the ceremony the newly married couple went to the home of the bride where a reception was served to the immediate families and the senior class. A short wedding trip and the happy couple will make their home In Bode. How to Be Married, Happy The O. P. C. club met at the home of Mrs. Rosina Truesdell on Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered wtth "How To Be Happy Though Married." Group singing was enjoyed; lesson. 'Ideal Spots for a Family Vacation." by Ellen Purdy; special music. Mrs. Clave and a surprise by the hostess. A pot luck lunch was served. Twin boys were born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ludwig. Sunday. Mrs. Peter Holt spent the week end at the McCutchin home in Fort Dodge. Miss Lorraine Bergum who attended Waldorf college returned home for the summer recently. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Clave of St. Paul spent Monday and Tuesday at the H. J. Jacobson home. Mi Hard Sioresund who attended Iowa University came for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Store- sund. recently. Supt and Mrs. Truesdell and daughter, Mary Katherlne visited at the Bernard Jacobs home In West Bend Wednesday evening. Miss Enid Rfcnards, who attended University of Minnesota, came home Saturday to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richard. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Goes To Lftkota Carl Goodbla, who has been employed at the blacksmith shop here the past year, has resigned and has accepted a position In a shop at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger entertained at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil; Laabs called at the Fred Lleb home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bernard Jensen is seriously HI at her home wtth an Infection of the bowels. Mr. and Mrs. Arend Neeland spent Sunday at the J. Neeland home In Burt, Mrs. Don Guderlan, Algona, Is spending this week at the Calvin Householder home. The Burt Bumble, Bees 4-H club met at the home of Marjorie Jen sen Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hilbert and family of Whittemore were guests at the Win. Nelsons, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener and family were dinner guests at the Walter Thompson home Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Parson of Storm Lake were guests at the Andrew Thomsen home Sunday. Gladys Stebrltz returned Saturday after a week's stay at the Michael Elbert home in Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson and family were guests at the Emll timers home in Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and family were guests at the C. C Pushing home at Swea City Sunday. Asher Frank, State Safety Director of Florida, has this to say about automobile accidents: "There is no such thing as an unavoidable accident If somebody didn't do something wrong, there wouldn't be any accidents." Mr. Frank is right. The traffic accident hasn't happened yet that could not have been avoided. Somewhere there was a defect—maybe in the road, possibly in the vehicle, or most likely In the driver. To say that accidents are unavoidable is to close your eyes and mind to the truth. All accidents are avoidable. Think that over. Kathryn Stebritz spent Monday night and Tuesday with Her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, in Bancroft Lucille Earing of Bancroft came Saturday for a visit with her aunt Mrs. Evelyn Earing and other rel- .tives. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson and amily were callers at the Eugene Hofius home at Ottosen Sunday fternoon. Mrs. Carl Wlebush of Omaha ar- ived Thursday for an extended islt with her mother. Mrs. Lillie Worthington. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Parson and anghter, Margaret of Storm Lake ere guests at the Andrew Thorn- en home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dlttmer nd daughter, Joan of Burt were inner guests at the Lawrence Dltt- mer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson and amily attended the funeral of Mrs. elena Stanley in Elmore, Miun., Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Tietz and on, Donald, of Algona were super guests at the Rudolph Peters ome Sunday evening. The Fred Wegener family spent Wednesday evening at Algona at the Louis Wegener home In honor of Mr. Wegener's birthday. Mrs. Rose Barto and Dora Bler- stedt Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Simpson called at the Lyle Marlow home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and To Whom It May Concern I have this day received from the United Counties Benevolent Association of Algona, Iowa, the sum of $702.60 in contributions received by that organization from Its members in memory of my husband, Charles T. Ellsworth. My husband had contributed J6.00 to this organization in death contributions during the time he was a member. MRS. CHARLES T. ELLSWORTH 22-SS family, LuVerne, and Mrs. Ralph Hulbert were dinner guests at the Albert Shaser home Sunday eve ning. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Householder and family and Mr. and Mrs Schuyler Bates and family were guests at the Ora Hulbert home Sunday. , Roy Hlnes, who is employed at the Cotton Chick Hatchery, left for Northfleld, Minn., June 1 to attend a ten day short course in chick sexlng. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Householder and family and Mrs. Elsie Anderson of Brockton, Minn., were dinner guests at the Calvin Householders Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Porter and daughter, Irnta of Coon Rapids visited their daughter and family, Rev. Thos. D. Arends, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Moore and daughters, Viola and Leona and Jim Gibbons and Gladys Saunders, all of Waterloo were guests at the Frank Macumber home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hawks and sons, Arnold and Wayne of Spirit Lake were dinner guests at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home Saturday and attended the funeral of Lloyd Marlow, a nephew of Mrs. C'las. Hawks, at Burt , Samuel Householder left for his home at Seattle, Washington, Sunday evening and John Householder returned to his home at Oelweln on Thursday evening. They were called here by the death of their father, Joe Householder. Rev. and Mrs. Thos. D. Arends and children, Jean and Patsy drove to Wllmont, Minn., Friday morning where they attended the funeral services of Mrs. W. C. Becker, a close friend of the family. Rev. Arends took part In the services. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen drove to Rochester, Thursday to visit Mrs. Thomsen's brother, D. J. Parson of Afton, Iowa, who is in the hospital there. Carol Jane Parson accompanied them home for a brief visit. Mrs. Victor Rogers and son, Lester, accompanied the Thomsen's as far as Elietidale. Minn. Mrs. August Brown of Huron, South Dakota, arrived Friday to visit at the Henry Weiner home. On Sunday. Mrs. Brown, the Henry Weiner family. Glen Mino, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weiner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroder and family were entertained at dinner at the Roy Chrischilles homo in Fenton. Mrs. Raymond Biers ted t entertained at a birthday party for her son, Donald, who celebrated his eighth birthday Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C XI. Slgsbee of Burt; Phyllis Hawks, Ruth Kraft, Ruth Ellen and Charles Householder, Kenneth and Roger Flalg, Lelghton and Ardith Hill, Eula Mae Sharp and Darwin Frye. Mrs. Laura Mantor and daughter, Edna and Muriel Long of Waterloo came Saturday for the week end at the Alex Krueger home. Muriel retarded to Waterloo Sunday evening accompanied by MHo fat-bell and Gordon Blanchard. ftfc*. Mantor and ffidna remained hen until Tuesday and were guests at the M. E. Blanchard home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Schults entertained the Charles Sehult* family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rant" Hn and daughter, Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stenberg. and son, Francis of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and family of Fenton, Theo. Krueger, son Harold and daughter, Elma and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger at dinner on Sunday. OUST A COLP RECEPTION "FfeOM HIS • Even the moat calm disposition is bound to give way when cold water comes from the hot water faucet And, if • all so unnecessarily expensive hi time, effort, and worry. That i* why we recommend Weatinghouse Automatic Electric hot water service for every home. Space does not permit giving details about this magic water heater, so come in for complete facts. At our low rate you can enjoy the modern convenience and economy of • Weatinghouse at a cost well within your budget. 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