TWOTICKETSINLUVERNETOWN ELECTION; TO VOTE ON BAND TAX The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 22,1938 Schneider and Tiede Are Candidates for Mayor; Two Withdraw AM ft fi< , " e are tWO ticket< < as J?h Vl e 1 2T election . March nn ^ u , thc fo ' lowln S names on one ticket: Albert Schneider (Incumbent); treasurer, Harry Llch- ty; councilmen. P. c. Lichty, Edw. Dehnert, Achie Sanford, A. D Burtis find Chas Wolfe; assessor Uan Ellis. On the second ticket is George Tietle for mayor; treasurer, Consuelo Hanna; councilmen, Harold Sorensen, Chas. Wolf, Arthur Riley, Wm. Ramus and H. D. Meyer. Chas. Wolf had his name withdrawn from the first ticket and Consuelo Hanna hers from the second. There is to be a special ballot on a band tax not to exceed % mill to be levied on the town of LuVerne. Mrs. Ward Boyce and infant son hnvfc been spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Josephine Scrib- n er. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nygaard became the parents of their first child, a daughter, last week Tuesday. Arthur Raney who has been living at Relnbeck the past year spent last week in LuVerne at the home of her mother, Mra. Flora Raney. William Chapman nnd Carl Hanselman cnmc home from Ames on Friday for n week's vacation between the winter and spring quarters. Mesdames John Voss, Sr., John Voss, Jr.. Ray Stobe and Otto Wille are hostesses at a general supper of the Methodist Ladies' Aid at the hall March 23. Ruth Lichty was tlie guest honor of Irene Swenson at Webster City the first of last week. She attended an operetta put on by Miss Swenson on Tuesday eve- i nlng. | The Fred Hint?.' who have lived on a farm near Webster City the] past year, are moving back to Liv- trmore where Mr. Hintz will run a tank truck. They visited at the parental Wm. Ramus home last week. Mrs. Dolph Meyer and her daughter, Mrs. Dnhler returned to their home in Flasher, North Dakota, Wednesday. They had been called here by the death of Mra. Meyer's had Th^Mon About Town Soy* With war talk and a little scare of it Andy Anderson is making plans (if and when it does come) to settle down on the banks of a little lake in northern Minnesota, and hibernate, letting business and events take their own course. * * * Gordon Dewel is a flend for snapshots. Every day he has a camera, candid or otherwise, taking pictures of interesting subjects. A week ago at the big fire he was on hand and took something like thirty-six exposures. Hurrying to the task of developing. Red found on opening the camera nothing but space. The film reel was empty. • • • Buddy Morck wears glasses. He removed them Friday night just for one minute, but that was long enough for him to pass into oblivion. He was revived by seconds nt the Lusby drug store. • * * • Esther Lavrenz rated the Iowa Oddities in Sunday's Register with a story and picture of a live rat and n cat naught simultaneously in a steel trap. A sequel, knowing ladies' weaknesses around a mouse, how did Esther remove the cat and rat from the trap? V • • It doesn't take a second took to be reminded of the frontispiece on (lie current issue of McCatl's. The lady resembles Mrs. Harold Cosgrove. And on the cover of Click i is one that can be called Alex of 1 Nielsen. Tlie Fnt« and Thins played basketball nt the Academy, or rather, they fought it out, making their own rules as they took a notion. The fleet Father Ahmnnn of the tall nnd lean team knows how Red Grange felt when a Bronko Nagur- r.ltl type hlt!> A couple of 240 pounders who couldn't keep up foulTd results by tackling him to be profitable, for the heavies won In an over-time period. • * * Boulah Larson at Neville's lives up to the old .saying "plump and jolly." Never a dull moment crosses her path. She smiles and laughs and shakes all over and, well, that sister. Mrs. Wm. Miller and visited relatives since. Supt. and Mrs. Alex C. Evans C0 vers enough territory. Everyone K" u^ < i?"? pta T° f th » LuV A rne '" her frlend - They couldn't be basketball team, Jacqueline Conoway, Hazel Nygaard and Maxlne Smith attended the banquet given the West Bend girls' basketball state champion team at West Bend last week Monday evening. The Lutheran Young People's society met at the church parlors last week Tuesday evening with the Fred Behnkendorf young people entertaining. After the Bible study and business meeting the'group spent the evening playing games. The Rev. Walter Wegener, Emmetsburg, preached at the Lenten service In the Lutheran church on Thursday evening and Rev. Geo. Schaefer, Livermore, will be the speaker next week. otherwise. A hint to the house lady who does her own washing. It Is bee time. Putting out bees and hanging out the washing should never occur on the same day. The bees like white clean clothes and after being confined all winter the clothes tell the tale. If your neighbor ha* bees, watch your sheets. missioner, with horses and grader fixed it up in a near perfect manner. • * • The city of Emmetsbnrg Is considering the proposition of a municipal owned gas system for cooking and heating. In a short while the "ites" may turn on the gas like water or electricity. • * • Don Hutching presented this word writer with a fine male puppy from n litter out of his Pomerening bitch. Now if someone will only donate a cow. Each will receive a fine home. * * * In his column In the Minneapolis Star, Cedric Adams gives space to cats, dogs and other pets seeking new homes. That is, if anyone has a surplus of these or unwanted ones they call in and it Is printed with the name and address nnd the pet is given to a party who desires It. It creates a reader interest and makes friends with strangers. * * * The bullheads are biting and the river is the scene of a few early Wnltons who some might say are rushing the season. Worms are being dug which makes It a sure sign of spring. Other years the official calendar spring opening is greeted with snow nnd freezing weather. 7 CANDIDATES OUTATFENTON Mayor Waite Unopposed, But Hot Contests for Other Positions Old dobbin (fives proof of his necessity again. After gas drawn machinery did a haphazard job on the Andy Godfredson hill, which was almost impassable several days Jesse Lashbrook, city street corn- Dainty as the Clouds — but how they wear and wear I koll ir\s Fenton: J. A. Mueller. Raymond Stoeber, F. P. Newel, Paul Eigler, Harry Wlddel, and A. H. Krause are the six candidates for town election, to be held on Monday, March 28. La.st week nomination papers were circulated for O. H. Stoeber, who will run for assessor In opposing W. C. Stamcr. J. T. Walte is unopposed for the office of mayor, and no treasurer was nominated. On Honor Roll Honor roll students in the Fenton schools for the first six weeks of the second semester are: Irene Bleckwenn, Louise Dreyer, Marie Mitchell, Iris Zwlefel, Dorothy Dreyer, Hadley Bailey, Arlene Mitchell, Ivadel Bolte, Marie Fauerby, Mary Ann Bohn, Lucille Meyer, Helen Kern, Edmund Krause, Ruth Weisbrod, Marjorie Brown* Shirley Frank, Donald Bergeson and Ruth Dreyer. Helps Edit Paper James Schwartz, student at Iowa State College, was editor of the Rockwell City Advocate last week. James, with four other Journalism students, was In complete charge of editing and publishing the paper for the one week only. James Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 4, A. Schwartz, Fenton. Elected Chem Leader Dr. J, A. Mueller, Harold Geron- «ln and Karl Schwartz attendee the organization meeting of tho North Iowa "Chess asociatlon at Sanborn, Iowa, last week and Dr. Mueller was elected as regional vies president of the organization. Harry Elmore left last week Monday evening for Des Moinea where he entered n veterans' hospital for treatment and possibly an operation. Evelyn Radig, student at a business college in Des Moines, came home Friday evening to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad an, • Mr. and Mrs. Silas Finnestad arrlv | ed home from Long Beach, Calif , last week Tuesday, where the; 1 spent the winter months. Harold Newel, Raymond Schmidt 3 PLAYS GIVEN AT WESLEY, FRI. Supt. Ravlin, Miss Stage and Miss Johnson Direct Productions Wesley: The tnree one-act plays given at the Kleinpeter hall Friday and Saturday nights were very good and though the attendance was not so large, the audience showed its appreciation of the fine performances which were under the direction of Supt. Ravlin, Miss Stage and Miss Johnson. The first play was "His First Shave" with Howard Funnemark. Bernadette Studer, Junior Bottom. Donnelle Erdmann and Vera Forburger taking part. The second play was "His First Girl" with Ralph Bauer. Lawrence Hildman, Bernadine Hirncr, Dolores Arndorfer and Virginia Sherman taking part. The third play "Family Jars" was given by Merle Loebig, Gertrude Otis. Fay Ward. Florence Olson, LaVon Gerdcs, Edward Richter. Jane Eisenbarcher. Henry Arndorfer and Mike Llovd. J. of P. Wedding The local justice of the peace performed a wedding ceremony in his office here Thursday afternoon about four o'clock uniting William Garret DeBruyn of Woden, son of Robert G. DeBruyn and Miss Sylvia Mary Wilds of Scarville. The father acted as witness to the ceremony Tom McMnhon attended n mo?t ing at Britt Wednesday for funera" directors of this district. Miss Amy Nelson entertainer} few of her girl and boy friends at a party Sunday night. March 20. Mrs. H. H. Rnney was a guest :it a one o'clock luncheon given at the home of a friend in Burt, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, Mrs Goetz and Mrs. Anthony Johnson and son, Billie. spent Friday in Mason City on business. Mr, and, Mrs. R. B. Hopkins attended a dinner given at the Presbyterian church in Algona, Thursday, St. Patrick's night Emll Wester and Paul Engen attended a meeting of buttermakcrs of section 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roetman at Burt Thursday aft. ernoon. Mrs. Leander Seefeld and the triplet girl, Dixie Lee, have been ill the past week, and was under the care of nurse, Mrs, Ann Zlttrltsch, of Algona. Billy Studer observed his seventh birthday Thursday on St. Patrick's day, by treating his schoolmates In the primary room at the public school with candy. Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mra. Ernest Hutchison will be hostesses to the Meth odtst Aid at the church parlors the first Wednesday In April. Miss-Mabel C«c« Btago accompanied the Joe Koubas of Corwith Co Marshal/town over the week enc where she visited with Miss Alvini Johnson, former Wesley teacher. Mrs. Charles Loebig has returned to her home here the past week, expecting to continue her residence here during the summer after having spent the winter months with her daughter. Mrs. Doris Black, near Lone Rock. Mrs. Black and her husband. Rny Black, spent Thursday here with her mother. Here's smartness, here's wear, here'* comfort—and best of all laundering can't hurt them. Come in and see these lovely Luster-Bar garments. 49cand59c Kresensky 's The high twist silk yarn and genuine crepe twist used in Rollins chiffons give them a web-like texture that'j sheer and lovely. Rollins are beautiful enough to wear for their looks alone but they're serviceable too. For perfect leg grooming, you'll want Rollins from the moment you don your first pair. 79c and $1.00 Kresensky f s Fred Zwiefel, Jerry Jensen and Maynard Burwash, of Iowa State College, came home Friday to spent spring vacation with their parents Mrs. Anna Osborn was hostess to the Hook and Needle sewing circle lust week Wednesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bob Goetsch. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber-entertained the U-Deal-Em bridge club at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Walter Jentz won the high score prize and Mrs. Amoa Finnestad the second high. Mrs Paul Eigler and Mrs. Ray Stoeber played for absent members. Edith Wolf, Mercedes Voigt Ruth Weisbrod, Dora Glaus, Lyle Bassett, Hadley Baiiey, Newel, David Weisbrod, Eugene Eugene Voigt, Hersheli Hartman, members of the Methodist Epworth League and Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman attended an Epworth League district rally at Swea City last week Monday evening. Edith Wolfe and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman presented numbers on the program of the Ringsted Woman's club which met at the home of Mrs. H. J. Hendrickson, last week Tuesday afternoon. Miss Wolf played a piano solo and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman played two violin solos, accompanied by Miss Wolf at the piano. Mrs. Ernest Veaux of Ida Grove came Thursday for a. short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. On Friday Mrs. Veaux accompanied by her mother eft for Alta Vista, to visit Mrs. Weisbrod's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick. The Elericks recently moved from Alta where Mr. Elerick was buttermaker to Alta Vista for a like position with a large increase in salary. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mr. Jind Mrs. Don Weisbrod and daughters, Anna Rae and Marilyn of this place and Mra. Hugo Denker of Letter Iowa, returned home Thursday evening from u two weeks' visit with Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Berke at Houston. Texas. While there they visited Mrs. Denker'a relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Denker of McAllen, Texas. The party had a most enjoyable trip. Back from Rochester Mm. Will Reding and Mrs. Alfred Reding returned home Friday evening from Rochester, Minn., where th*y had gone for medical aid. Alfred Reding and Will Red- ng drove to Rochester Friday morning to get them. Mr. and Mrs. Fame* Reding from Algona accompanied them but remained. Ottosen School to Present Play at Bode, Wednesday! Ottosen: The Ottoscn high schoo will enter' H one-act play contes at Bode Wedntuday evening. They will enter with the plav, "The Tant rum" with the following cast: Vivian Purdy, Raymond Rasmus sen, Fae Van Buskirk, Mae Van Buskirk, Connor Starin, Mavi Holt, Gladys Satern, James Moore Leo Wehrspann, Merilyn Kinseth. Rural Club Meets The Ladies' Rural club meeting held In the community church par lors Wednesday had the following program: Lesson, Iowa Poultry Mrs. Archie Hanson; special feat ure, contest, writing telegrams. Percy Watnem Is ill with pneu monia. Merle Holt spent the week end at the Albert Stone home in Alta Mrs. Fisher of Perry is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Henrikson Miss Martha Ellingson visited at the Melvin Ellingson home at Burt Friday. Amos Crellin of Perry visited at the Van Buskirk and Holt homes Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl, Mrs Sarah Storesund visited with Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande at Seneca on Wednesday. Mrs. Donald Usher of Fredericksburg, came Tuesday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. rlenry Henrikson. O. Christiansen and Mr. and Mrs. ^eRoy Klepper went to Fort Dodge Friday and brought home Mr. Christiansen's infant son from the lospital. Mrs. Klepper will stay at the Christiansen home and care "or the baby. Hospital News Kosauth Hospital Monday. March 14—Lamar Crial of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday, March 15- Mrs. Phil iender^on of LuVerne gave birth o a baby boy. Wednesday, March 16—Albert Barnes of Ledyurd, surgical. Thursday, March 17-Mrs. Lars Garvick of Elmore, Minn., surgical Friday, March 18--Mrs. Bernard Speraw of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Monday, March 21—Mrs. Clinton Sampson of Algona entered fur medical treatment. General Hospital Tuesday. March 15 Ray Hauenstein of Rushmore. Minn., entered for minor surgtry. Sunday, March 20—Mrs. Arnold Meine of Whittemore, baby girl Sunday, March 20—Mrs. Wm. Garman of Burt entered for medical care. RSQNAJS X—' ,^» Mr. and Sirs. S. D. Wilson spent Monday of last week at Blue Earth W. C. iUeDoufrnll and Rnlph Donovan were business visitors at Mason City Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Wright of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson last week. Mrs. ,1. ,1. Dooloy was able to be out of doors, Friday, for the first time following a two weeks' illness. Donald Fleming of Forest City visited at the J. J. Dnoley homo, Thursday afternoon. He is a npph- ew of Mrs. Poolpy. Mm. Mabel Alnsnn and her little d.iughtrr went to Fort Dodge Saturday to spend the week encl with the former's sister. Mrs. Jergensen. Mrs. Henry t.nvrenr nnd daughter. Esther, visited during the week end nt Kaston. Minn., with Mrs. Lnvrenz's mother. Mrs. August Heiso. Rill Bnrry returned to Omaha, Sunday, where he is a student at Croighton University after i week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore 7,lttritsoh of Lake View are parents of a 12'i pound girl born Thursday. This Is RUGGED LITTLE SUITS in Rustic Colors Cape Suits! Jigger Suits! $8 to $17.5O "Ever-ready" young little suits that take you places sniartly. Fitted waistcoat suits with dasliing- capes, new box coat suits . . .both darlings. Hriylit slict lands, fleeces. Solids, combinations. 11' to 20. their third child, the other two being boys. Stanley Patterson, student of the Iowa State College nt Ames, arrived to spend n week's spring vacation with his mother, Mrs. Gust i Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Jamr* Elbert nnd daughter. Shirley, were guests nf Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Palmer nt Spencer Sunday. Clayton Palmer is Mrs. Elbert's brother. Mr. and Sirs. P. P. Kolins of Cherokee were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Kohn ;ir.- Mrs. Smith's parents. George Smith is employed here by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Mr*. < hnrlott* 1 Parsons nnd her daughter. Phyllis, nnd Mrs. Claude Rnmson nnd daughter. Mrs. Vic Parsons rirnvp to Mnson City, on Friciny for the <i u While there they visitor! with Mrs. Kelly, who will hp remembered as Gertrude Sherid.in. former librarian at the AlRnnn library. .Mrs. A. A. Rlshnp sprnt Thurs- dny in Clear I>nke at the home of Mrs H K Watts. The two women were planning the program for the Fnreipn Missionnry society annual reinvention for the Aleon.i district to he held :it Clear Lrtke May 4. Mrs. Rishop is the district president nnd Mrs. Watts is the district secretary. Kresensky's f3.OO to SI.OO ...in GABARDINE. PATENT LEATHER, COMB1- ATIONS .. In heel height* to suit your taite.~i nation? ally advertised styles, famous for their French chic and delightfully eaty price! Guaranteed "ai advertised in Cpod Housekeeping Kresensky's • BETTER CRAPES FOR BETTER HOMES LIVING ROOM SUITES 50 Newest 1938 Designs and Covers. Another large shipment of Kraehler Living Room Suites. 59 and up 9 x 12 GOLD SEAL av<»i*s I ai*|»4'i* an<l Hn^s a* I IK* v Lo%v FOSTER FURNITURE CO.
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