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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 22, 1938
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Academy Eighth Grade Play Set For Sunday Nite "Patty Saves the Day," a two-act comedy will be presented by the student? of the eighth grade, Sunday, March 27, at 8:15 In the Academy hall. The cast consists of the following students: Kathryn Gillespie, who will play the part of Miss Nelson, the teacher; Ruth Holtzbauer ftnd Mary Weir are enthusiast! eighth graders, who meet in solemn conclave with, PaUy the mouse Elizabeth Eller and by a freak r, fate discover the long-lost spade Arlene Hargaeavcs and Florence Woche will play the part of energetic freshmen; other roles neccs- f,"^ ror _l h . e _ unr . a r cli rj? of the plot »iih , e pot Vl!i P° r ' ra >- e <l by Mart Scheme!. . - Paul 'ne Neuroth, Elbert and Duane Carman. Six boys playing the part of "The " e Dummies" will furnish roars t>, S *** r ' Music wi " "* rendered by the Academy orchestra. All are H. S. Spring Concert Set for Wednesday A free spring concert to he rendered by 125 instrumental student* at the Algona high school, will he presented Wednesday. March 23rd. at 7:30 p. m., in the high school auditorium. . The junior high school hand of 75 j ieces will make its first anne-ir-1 -nee before the public, ren^ wTrTofWSr^'Se three selections. Soloists will b» I guests. students who won superior ratings at the sub-district music contest Pt Burt. and will be going to Britt the first part of April to take part 1n th district contest. The orchestra will feature >-v line numbers and the high schoo A bund will play a stirring over ture. "Soldiers of Fortune" and th evdr-lorved "Blue Danube" by LuVerne Clubwomen Hold Discussion, Study Effect* of Advertising on Prices, Quality Good T .nX/A^*. ^ . mt_ , * . .... in modern business was th _•. cTatTon -. —...„ of Tulsa, February 4, In Denver, Colorado'! wedding ceremony was ed by the Rev. t. L. Galla s , lt .r the parsonage of the Immaculate I if i, meeung w fl , called to order | SrT& ^ft, h " er p ° o= the Don " M OUnt fef Mr9 ' Straus. Hloess Closes School Oistoict svfeooi jfft. 4. .araship. was orderwi cln«- rt Monday, for a weefe. „ „ ^^ rUrteT^ 0 ---^^" f ™ <*"« teacfeer. Patterson Twins In Tumbling Act Ilda and Idella Patterson students at a business college in Chillicothe. Mo. took a prominent part !f ,' he annual state club carnival new at the college last Fridav night They were members of the giris' turnb'.inc team which gave the riiras.xir.e attraction to th» ever Item can therefore be reduced. It was also explained tha is itself a guarantee against inferior goods, because th rt m^Migndise that Is advertised can be relied upon, whil -"•""••—""•»"'"*• ""advertised, that is "just as good." which is us .. . . ~" ,-•••..« ..... uiuer i "•!.-». rmrns win resign her nositinn I *^ 'nferior. the club president. Mrs. Lela at the Park Lane hotel where she In the absence of »>e president and vice president the busines It was voted to buy Con- has been employed as oSntat , meetin f *" conducted by Mrs. Ray Stone. A committee was appointe e=r m n P H '' *? * e SPnt Mr Harris «» a graduate of the M !?' fet th / e P re ? entatlvcs f r °"» other groups using the Communit> espondme secrpfnrv tn ha I r'ni,-,!,..,;».. _« /-.,_._. . . " le I Hall, to see nhniit fhe niir^hooo nt » •.!.«« »__ n._» _i" a form Cardnnr rt prcsident Mrs Lela at the Park Lane hotel where she 5," the absenc « of «>« president and vice president the 1 servntlnn " wa ' v "' cti lo «">>'Con- "as *>e™ employed as or^n»,t , meetin * ^ conducted by Mrs. Ray Stone. A committee was a f tothern "^ '' to be •° p " t Mr - Harr ^ isa graduate of the US IT? 1 wlth re P rese «t a «vcs from other groups using the Con ,"ed on u P T H ng secretar y to ** University of Oklahoma and is at H * 1 L t ? 1 .f1 about the I™"*"* of a P^o for that place. ».'cd on all club correspondence, the present time affiliated with the Ruth Llohty **"* a sol °- Mrs - Gran ' Jennings. Eagle Grove,, Corner wou,f, iv b ePn ^d'irihS Amerlc * n Hotels Company - r r member ' waa a ****• __^ officers would „ next meeting. March 30th. at the home of Mrs. Mae Fitzgerald Mrs. Nellie McWhorfter then took charpe of the program which was as follows: unison singing "Where the River Shannon Flows" and •Wild Irish Rose." Mrs. Fred Geigel accompanying on the piano: two instrumental solos. "By the Brook" and "The Colleen" by "Mrs. Geigel A bnok review on Dr. Llovd Doue- as' book. "Home for Christmas" *-« ?iven. After this. Mrs. Mary oodward gave a wonderful talk on her trip to the thirteenth Nat- onal peace conference in Washing- on. D. C.. last fall. She asked thnt Honored on Birthday— Mrs. Vaughn Rising and Mrs Florence Peterson entertained at a birthdav party in honor of the their mother, Mrs. S. D -- le latter's home Fridav afternoon. Bingo was the diversion of th» afternoon with prices going to Mrs. James Vaux and Mrs -n Jenson of Swea City. Other town guests were Mrs S G Dourte and Mrs. August Peterson of Swea City. An afternoon luncheon was served, and the honoree received many lovely gifts. Covers were laid for twenty. Bercin <**",* V ,Ti £T ra! " Qr -e attraction to th- ever;. wrr-KT &,.,« » a i ^ ^ ;b? dsu?Mer , of Jfr and Mrs J. M P=it;e^ii^ „» ii» n ^, I of Algona. International Castom Clotbes Madson & Hansn Tlio Home of Betto CJotlios , March 22-23 Continuotur from 1 o'clock Extra Special Showing of all Pictures Koseuth Co. Conservation league. Field Day last year near Bancroft Also Plenty of Money and You" «ANK MORGAN MARr ASTOR R 0?ERT YOUNG HORSNCE RICE FRED ALLEN JOAN DAVIS Marjorie Weaver Tony Martin port nf p^re leeislation. The pro- eram was followed by a delicious s- Patrick's day luncheon, with i and white color scheme. The ir > chirze <-nn?i.=ted nf -M 9."" Gilbrlde and Miss Elsie O'eetings tn the club were tend«red by Mrs. Woodward from our iorm?r state president ind nat- ,'T = !!v known sr>enk?r. Mrs ;~v>r- '••*•• Houehton of Red Oik. Iowa P-c-^-'Trhor next meeting wish .•'r- ?,'-.~ Fitzef-rald. March 20th Let ail attend who possibly ran. i-ONrn Xnptial*— Rose Jessie daughter of Mr and Mr-. Willnm E. McMahon. and Arthur Allen Olson, son of Mr and Mrs. Georse C. OI>en of Sexton. were united in marriage at hieh j noon Monday. March Hth at the home of the bride'- parents Th° I Rev. Alien A H. Wood of Good Hope officiated in n single ring ceremony. Marguerite Ostwinklc and Hollis Benschoter of Algona. close friends of the bride and bridegroom, attended them. The bride wore a two-piece suit of medium blue with a dusty rose blouse and navy blue accessories. A shoulder corsage of Johanna Hill roses and sweet neas completed her costume. Miss Ostwinkle wore n gray semi- tailored suit with flame blouse and accessories to match. Her corsago was made of daffodils and sweet peas. At the conclusion of the ceremony a two course wedding dinner was served to the Immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom by the Mesdames August Brown, Andrew Beck and Harold Brandow. The tables were decorated In blue and gold with a wedding cnltp unrl (,.„„.. , «.«4v-in B cake and tnpers used pieces. Sunday-Monday, March 27 28 Robert Taylor Lionel Barrymore "A YANK AT OXFORD" as center- Algona ~"• **~ —-"•»•*•*»fi with thi months had been employed at the Kossuth hoBpltnl. Mr. Olsen is one of the industrious young farmers of the Sexton community and is associated with his father in farming The young couple left Tuesday morning on a short honeymoon trip to Iowa City and Des Moines. Annual Banquet— A six-thirty dinner was served at the high school, Friday night nt the annual baski-thall and wrestling banquet. The boys' mothers prepared the dinner, and the fathers tables were decorated with Raster colors. .Short talks were given by Couches Paul Berg- <r Kawrtm-e Kindley. Professor Kidrnour. Superintendent Lning and Principal McDowell. Ha.sUct- h.-ill letters were awarded to Kenneth Lynk. Bob Muckey and Jo- M'-Neill. Donald Willason. Bruce Miller, Hoger Michael, and Junior l»ng. Bruce Miller and Roger Michael were elected as co-captains for the coming year. The following wrestlers received awards Orville Bukken. 85 Ib. class: Jerome .N'ltl.sen, M Ib da.,.,: Robert Deal US Ib. class. Kugtne f.'olwell 12."i Ib class: Jack Long. 14.'. Ib. class; Kyle Anderson 135 |b class: Verla Patterson 155 Ib rlass; Capt Harold lianwart. las Ib class, arid Hober Coiiklin. heavy weight class. Jerome Nielsen was elected captain for the coming Mrs. Magnus Lichter of Burt entertained several Algona women it a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at her home last week. Mr= W. D. Howie, of Emmetsburg re- eived the high score. Mrs Hovt Raney of Wesley, the luckv chair pme and Mrs. G. R. Cook the consolation prize. OtMfers who attended were Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves Mrs. \\. A. Barr>-. Mrs. Joe Kelly Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Isabel!' V, csley. \Vcddine Anniversary j Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman ! quietiy observed their 49th wed- i dins anniversary. Monday The- were married in Algona. by the Rev Day. Baptist minister at "the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Sumner Stebbin*. and have lived their entire married life in Algona They have nne daughter. Mrs E A Paschkc of Echo. Minn., and two grandchildren. Mr. Herman is r t retired contractor. Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. Ralph Miedke and Mrs Floyd Saunders were hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon served at th- Hotel Algona, Thursday afternoon honoring Helen Giles of Moline 111 Covers were laid for eight. Following the luncheon bridge was played nt the Saunders home. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mrs Henry Dobson and Mrs. Hollis Trainer. _ Eastern Star— ™ e . Or . d " of the Eastern Star . . aern ar of district No. 4 will hold a district group meeting at the Bryant school ' May 3 ' chap- - -• j «• •'iKinvcii cuup- ters will be reprasented and several "undredwomen are expected to attend. The local chapter will put on the work. Mrs. Casey Loss U the local worth^'matron. Royal Neighbor! Club— Members of the Royal Neighbor club will meet this afternoon (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs H W. Post Mrs. John Lalng and Mrs- Elmer Hartshorn are the assiiing hostesses. Following a business meeting cards will be played and i, ate afternoon luncheon will be served by the hostesses. W. II. M. S._ The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon. March 24. at 2:,10 in the Methodist church. Mrs. John Thomn- son'.-i division will serve. Mrs W A. Dutton will have charge of the devotions, and Mrs. H. M. Olson will review the textbook. Delphian Society- Six members of the Delphian so- ENOtGH IS ENOfGH- After 13 months of active service with General Franco's II t AIT"' Walter Sensible. 26. of Chicago deserted the army and escaped by stowing away °*« British Mo. IthbeiievM that he is the only American Wer to return from the rebel side. The above photo was taken at Cadiz while Schalble was recuperating from a bullet wound in his head. GIFT FOR YOU ! Absolutely f'KKK . no " I r i ' I'll lor tanners ami st< sollllcly li<>rsc 11,, Prompt, Sanitary Removal "f 1 all DEAD STOCK CALL US and receive this handy gift with our compliments. PHONE 'ALGONA ALGONA RENDERING CO. Call Us Day or Night at Our Expense I CMiiscrvationisU Mwt— ^.Vcarly 125 conservationists from -ona and Union township vicin- attended H ,upper and pro«rain mi ;it the c;ood Mope church. 'in<-»<i*y fvi-iiiriK Tori Reid. Kobcrt Harvey an.! Audit* Bc.-k •-.•ere in tlarxe ;,.',,! ihe flood Hope ••ml icrviiii Ihe supper J. D. Ixjwe pre.-!.|.:rit of ti,,. I,, w ,, \Vil,i I.if-i redi.-ration. revitwi-ii the «< tivitiei of the Kossutt, I>-a«ue and told of in-, trip to Baltimore W. f; Muhle- nian showed fi vt . rt .,. til of ,' novjnK pKture, two w.:rc of tin.. ,jann •ilotix ili K [j,-., MOIIIC.I river m Kos- .lUlh <oui ( ty and tii,- others were of northern MIIIIH-M)!:, and Spiri' Lake. Home Builders ( la»»— ;irly Hfi pi-mon.i were .served nc.viiiy i-vi.|iin s i( t Hie rt-Kuliir inecliiiK of I!,,- Home Builiiern cla»-j of the church Mr. and Mi , «ii.,.-,ell Maxwell and Mr ,-,nd Mi -< Floyd Bai on were chairman of 'n, , ori;:in!l"e. in charge Don Join,"" -"<.: two rri.,h ,o,,,-. Kail HIUKC-.,.* H.-IV..", - v.. ;,. ma,),. ,,,,) »• •'Pi.oini,.,! f,,,- i|, "''' I ' iii.:ht,-i -., ba . r.-ad- ~. -•••- *--^« |* t (tan o\J< lety met at the Hotel Algona last week Tuesday for a one o'clock luncheon. A round table discussion was held on "Etiquette." Mrs. Dana Paxson reviewed the book, "Forever Ulysses." and Mrs. H. L. Gtl- rnore talked on the labor situation Birthday Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas entertained at a birthday dinner last week Tuesday evening, in honor of the 14th birthday of their son Torn Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. Dena Kohlhaas. «ncl Henry Kohlhaas of Llvermore. I- O. A. Clu*»— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 with Mrs. Kd- warci Hanson Mrs. Elizabeth Arnes- hury will bu the assisting ho;,te.s, Ell;i Thompson will r«ud ;i paper j on "Jerusalem.' ' j X3rd Birthday— | Mr. and Mrs John Confers entertained Mr and Mr, Alf Kresensky arid members of their store force at «_ social evening at thtir home, on Thursday evening, the occasion be- ii>K the S.'ird birthday of Mrs. CJoed- t-rs Hi-Low Club- Mrs H C Hftrgreaves entertained the members of her Hi-I,o bridge Hub at her home this afternoon 1 1 uesday). There weru three tables in play. BH Ciuito Music Club— Mrs. fhtt Holt will entertain the Bel Canto Music , iub. Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Walter Hob- erts in charge of the lesson •"'''" '' '' ••iiiumway e ...,„,.,,, '< a biith'l.iy iMity, Monday after'.'<••!! niiii,,,,,!„• ii, L . seventh birlh- •';'>' "I fir'- ,,,,,. i). iv i,j (; uta |j, wt , v '•••ir\ \',n.,- |..,ura Ann Neville. I ally 'I iMim-r. Janice Burlhulomew •M" n ..-I K, n,,li, k. Beverly Andrews .•IiMi.-i J.,ii,-, J,. an Walrath. Bil!> • annuaI j v-k ,.,,„, A i Liamon to Receive v.-.l an,I I /-* m* rf, -, _ i . a C. M. T. C. Requests Paul Danson. reserve officer has ^uii been named Kossuth county hairman for Citizens' Military Kern, Dreyer Are Renamed to Board Penton: The annual meeting and election of the Farmers Elevator Co., was held last Saturday. D. E. Edison of Fort Dodge, secretary of the Farmers Grain Dealers Asso- elation was present and spoke on problems confronting modern cooperatives. Preceding the talk by Mr. Edison, stockholders unanimously reelectcd (- F. Kern and H. B. Dreyer whose terms had expired, to the board of directors, and named W. E Laage and Will Huskamp the checking committee for the coming year Following the meeting the board of directors held its organization meeting, reelecting E. J. Frank as president and H. H. Dreyer as vice president. Members of the board of B G Berkeland. John Light. Paul Nem- Jtz, M. E. Burwash and Mr. Kern The board also reelected Alfred Meyers as secretary. Since his term does not expire until April. Charle, Weisbrod, who has been manager for several years, no action wa< taken. The financial report showed n net profit of $10,799.11 for the period of March 1. 1937 to Feb 28 193S. The net profit and total sales which reached $164,491.59. were both lower than last ty«ur, but these decreases were In line-with reports of other elevators in this vicinity. Fred Bacon, Former Wesleyan, is Dead Wesley: Word was received here last week from Los Angeles announcing the deoth of Fred Bacon former Wesley resident, death occurring on February 19 in Los Angeles. His body was brought hack to Grand Forks, N. D., where burial was made in the family lot At one time Mr. Bacon was a prominent business man in Wesley Among employment here, he for a time ran a hardware store In the recently destroyed Lease & Lease frame hardware building when it stood in the block cast of tlu- present site. For a time he-operated a general store, later assisting his father In the lumber yard business. The family lived in the Dr. Adams house later moving to Grand Forks. Also in this missive which was written to R B. Hopkins, it was made known of the recent death of Charles Van Alstine. 73, a brother of the late Mrs. Bacon, who passed away March 3 with death and burial taking place in Los Angeles Lou Ludwi<, All!./.,ljij; y .'••i i:. I.ii.Jw: K Frank Cuusht-y. Bil«>, VYi-noii HagK and Hob- M The little folks apenl "ie >IU-i-nuoii playing jjamea and • li i-'i eived a prut.- from a grab A Jiiincr was served at 5 30. , zens ili -rtamed , Training Camp enrollments and v Hf,,.r-l men or youag » len desiring to en roll sliould <-ontact him at once Between 600 and 700 from Iowa will be eliKible to attend camps at tort Des Moines, Iowa, and Fort Crook. Nebraska. July 19th to August 17th. All expenses are paid and . p an equipment, clothing and food furnished to thoae who can pass the physical tests. Information can be obtained from Mr. Dansoii or write the C' M T C officer, 121 Old Federal Building. Des Moines, Iowa. Golfers Open Year; 50 Played Sunday Spring tame in Monday, with appropriate pre-Sprlng ceremonies f.ta«i-d ,-,t (lie Algona Country club .Sunday, vvheo from 30 to 50 early- bird golfers swarmed out on the course, soaked up a little sunshine and began the 1938 season. Several of the boys decided that the winter lay-off had made little difference, if any, in their game and that possibly they were even belter ihMn last fall when snow drove them off the fairways. Purticpating in the first-of-the- season round were Coaches Findley and Bcrger. Mel Falkenhainer. Doc .snfr'x?':" ckI .^ t2 ^-.p- New Type Added To U.D.M. Plant This Past Week In today's "March of Time- in The Algona Upper Des Moine*. readers will find a digest of the world's most Important news, edited hy the editors of Time magaxW, and the March of Time movie reel. The issue today includes a story on the first rote under the new AAA. and the background of Hitler's Austrian invasion. Don't miss It In today's Issue, advertisers will note a new type face, lltra-Bodoni. Some S85 worth of new type in this series has just been added to the Algona fpper Den Moines equipment. It gives our paper, one more popular and effective type face to help in improving the'appenr- anee of advertising. Today's special building edition, of eight pages, also sets n a new record for total pnges and volume of content. Support of the home newspaper rnabfr* that paper to Improve Hartf, wwl offer RTWt*r serrleey an shown abort. LeAkee Elected Irvinfrton: Armor Lemkee was elected president of the Irvington township school board: at a meeting held Monday afternoon. Chrutemen Office Opened in fCoi. Mut. The Chrlstensen Bros. Co. has opened an office In the Kossuth Mutual Insurance Building. Kathleen Holtzbauer, cashier, is i n charge of the office. SOP These EASTER NOVELTIES HAWCOTT & OOO Novelties Paas Pure Food Easter Egg Colors Easter Cards, beautiful assortment Assorted Baskets ... Easter Napkins Bunnies We Take the Winter Wrinkles Out of Your Car Don't drive Into spring with a car that looks like It Just recovered from the measles . . . bumps, wrinkles and dents removed quickly and expertly by Dau mechanics. Wm. C. Dan Garage GENERAL REPAIRING Fender and Body Work Painting Phone 1()5 Algona, Iowa lOc 2 for 5c, 5o 5c, lOo lOc lOc, 85c. 4»c. 98o Chickens, Ducks, etc. CAXDIES Pure Chocolate Bunnies and Egg» Marshmallow Eggs and Rabbita °' £ Bunnies, Marshmallow-Decorated Eggs Assorted Candy Package . '':*; Panned Eggs "","' ™* Jelly Bird Egg, ~ f ' " l ' b " "° Butter Crean, PeU ZlZ.JZZlii'i Sc New Spring Items Irridiscent Hose Black or Brown Heel Hose " "'40- Blouses, Crepe, Broadcloth or Satin """ " 8tr| pet gay colors ' ..Silk Slips, for 8 to 14 age* '.'..."'. ""^ Panties, assorted patterns .. " """ " ^ TT New Taffeta Slips, all .!»» .,..™ZZZZZZZ_.Jte Hawcott & A I RASTER £V C "^ SHOES 'who like to "be smart looking,yet comfortable. The latest in foot flattery with all of the newest, smartest colors and materials. You'll be enthusi- ash'c about Air Step's high styling and easy comfort. The "pebble test" reveals the secret of Air Step's "magic sole." (. 'J who like easy comfort and enduring style . . . there's quality inside and out in Air Step's construction .. .flexibility that gives you old shoe comfort in new shoes. The aerolastic filler in the sole cushions every step. T; Women's Styles $6.00 Other Styles $3.50 and $4.00 Style* $7.00 Others $3.50 $6.00 A r Agard, and a number of others who names we did not get, for which we hope they will forgive ua Brownell's SHOE STOBE

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