The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1938 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 22, 1938
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WEST BENDERS HONOR CHAMPS WITH BANQUET West Bend, Mar. 16—The Great er Went Bend club save n banque •Monday evening (n honor of the state champion basketball girls and some 450 persons attended i took place in the school gymnas lum. After dinner the club's president, Dr. P. 0. Dorweiler welcomed the guests of honor, also the parents, mem here of the school board, and all other* present. A girls' trio, also the basketball girls, Esther Noedlng, Harriet Lockwood, and Edna Jurgens, sang selections. Bert McGrane, Des Molnee, was then Introduced and spoke on basketball. Accordion solos were given by Dorothy Nlemeyer, of A. I. B., Des Molnes. George Sanders, Plover, spoke, and a male quartet from A. I. B. (a business school) sang three oongs. R. f. Betchel, coach at the A. I. B., spoke next, and was followed by a cornet trio—Margaret 'Shell- myer. Warren Wilson, and Dale Dunn, who were accompanied by Mlsg Helmen at the piano. Supt. A. R. McMullan spoke on the merits of the team In a scholastic way. The girls' chaperone, Mabel Dlnsmore, was Introduced but did not speak. A Mr. Waddel, of the A. I. B. quartet, gave a reading. Bernard Agard. the girl*' coach, cave a resume of each girl's record on the team and Introduced »hem. Mrs. Carl Vohs played two violin solos, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Mildred Jurgens. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, IOVKI, March 22,1938 I'nrtor Iv.nvoilo.- read n tele- ««-nm from the .1. c. Sonrrs Mr Ncurr was principal here 'seven rear* before this year. The doctor also Introduced the „«.„„„" hoard tr&f* s-i^^eS? "• club, and n_fcwjnher parsons. Scarlet Fever Case Fimml- A rasp of scarlet fever ha- rauard quarantine of Delia Map daughter of Mr. oml Mrs. O. A berry. Shp is fi. nm j j s a s(| In the fourth grade. This'is the iiifit case of scarlet fpvpr in iiiU vicinity for Rome time W. H. IHmbrridlT'kTo Sf. Louis- Robert Daubendiek has with relatives and friends. His Rramlfather, w - "• Daubendiek, rode as far as St. Ixjuls with him to visit relatives he had not seen for years. Shower for Mrs. Jacobs— A post-nuptial shower was Riven Saturday afternoon at ihe Methodist, church in honor of Mrs Donald Jacobs, recent bride and some 200 women attended. Mis. Jacobs receivod^many gifts. Umrlps Simmon^ Is Sick Mrs. Frank Besch and her baby lave been at Havelock two weeks, and the former has been helping care for her father, Charlie Simmons, who Is sick, but Is Improv- ng. Other West Bend. The Oeorge Poleys, Des Molnes spent Sunday with Mrs. Foley's nother, Mrs. George Emerson. The ^oleys brought up Mrs. Frank Foey, who had been their guest two months. She lives here. Mrs ieorge Folcy remained for t week's visit. Tom McCaffery, of KmniPtsburj; ttended a banquet he-re Monday vening in honor of the state New Officers Are Elected By U. C. O. F. at Bancroft Bancroft, Mar. 16--The member? of the W. C. O. F. hold election of officers 'at the Forester ha I Thursday evening: Mrs. Erwlh Ulses. chief ranker; Mrs. Frnnk Wllhelml, vice-chief; Reginn Fangman, recording secretary; Mrs Charles Baker, financial secretary; and Mrs. Walter Oeitering treasurer. The retiring Officers were Mrs. Joseph Rahe ns chief, Mrs. l.eander Menke as recording secretary, and Mrs. Ulses as treasurer. , Hoy's Jaw Hone Broken— A young son of Mr. and Mrs. 3tto Swalve was Injured quite seriously Friday. He and his brother were riding in a cart with a pony lulling them. The cart upset, ;hrowing both out, and one hit an ron post, breaking his jaw and bruising him badly. The other boy was uninjured. School Hoard Entertained— The Bancroft high school home economics class entertained the school board at a dinner Monday evening. The table decorations were carried out in preen in hon.i of St. Patrick's day. 114 Vote on Klpcllnn The school election was hold r the Bnncroft hiph school Mond»>. nnd J14 votes wore cast. Tl elected arc F. .1. Welp. F. 11. Mescher, and Alfred Ditsworth. Two Xeir liable* Here Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Keller ni'< parents of a daughter horn Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergman are parents of a son, also born Sunday. Other Bancroft >'ews. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brennan. of Manning, visited at N. J. Merrill's Sunday. Mrs. Brennan is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. Mrs. William Qulnn, who underwent an operation at the Fairmont hospital Friday, is recovor- ng. John Sheridan, of McGregor, last week visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox are >arente of a daughter born -Friday. Coolerator The Air Conditioned Refrigerator Gives You Fresher FOODS ULU See the New 1938 Models at our Showroom- No Gas or Chemical, No danger, no odors at Half the Cost! PROVE IT WITH 10-DAY FREE TRIAL Beciuse of the patented «ir con- ditiooing chamber. Coolerator Ki»e» you fresher foods at half toe coit. Coolerator use« ice in a totally different way and under ordinary condition* new! to be re-iced only one* ever* four to aeven daya. Only Coolerator Civet You champion girls' basketball team. He was a resident here many years before he became deputy sheriff. Eva Lawson and Marie Mct.:ger spent Sunday at the parental Lawman home at Rodman. Miss Lawman Is employed at the Franklin hotel here. The Jerry Schutters drove to IM- kota Sunday afternoon to call on Mrs. Sehutter's mother, who has not been well of late. Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Bell, Ottosen,, were Sunday guests of the hittpr's nnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellis. The !•:. L. mains, Cilmore City, were Sunday dinner guests at their daughter, Mrs. Richard . e <ir conditioning chinbcr which cooli . wuhei. bumidi- i«i «nd circuUlei the lir. J. COMT*l«TeOU).R«f n ,,r.,/n« lempcriiurei arc titld mote coniuof thin c»« btloit possible. 1. PURE AIR. Food odors sre coo. removed. Chejie snd turner nur be kepi side br side in uncovered djshts. Everrthioa usies better. . . 4. HUMIDIFIED AIM. Foods sur 'jy^fj an fj A " '• P">P«'lr bum/- diked. Foods dry out less. 1. ICCCUBUInlmlnutM.Crritil- clta. u«e-fn« ice rabei: sll rou w.nt in » miouus with the Coolersior Cuba. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 — Diagonal St. Wallpaper Border Gives Room Interest A border strip of wallpaper adds interest to a room with painted walls. These strips, which are produced by the manufacturers of wallpapers, may be obtained in hundreds of styles and designs, so that a type may be found to fit any period of room. Rooms which appear too high for prevailing tastes may be lowered in appearance by proper use of a border design. Funds for the redecoratlon of a louse may be obtained from a private financial institution of which there are many In Algona ready to cooperate. Fine Program at Plum Creek Club The Plum Creek Literary society met Wednesday at the home of Mrs Harry Bode and the Doan club were guests of the club. The program consisted of piano solos by Mrs. Fred Geigel, Irvington, and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Mrs. Gordon Hansen reviewed a book, "Home for Christmas" by Dr. Lloyd Douglas. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, gave an interesting report on her recent trip to Washington, D. C. The group sang Irish songs and a lunch was served with decorations in St. Patrick's colors. The next meeting will be held on March 30 at the home of Mrs. Willlam Fitzgerald and election of officers wiy be held. St. Benedict News SENECA NEWS Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons nnd Leslie Denton spent last week end at the parental S. L. Demon's. Coach Frank Hunnan and Don Schultz took James Johnson, Kenneth Bollix, and Vernon Dots.'n Huth Fesslcr, of near Depew, spent several clays the last of the week with her sister, Mrs. Klmer Lee. Mr and Mrs. Irvln classon and daughter Donna spent the weekend at the parental Mrs. Carrie Larsen's, near Mallard. Truman of near Kast Chain did the chores during their abisence. Arnold Htldt, son of the Peter Heldts, employed by Ray McWhorter, came home last week from North Dakota. He la under the doctor's care daily, due to an injured hand, which was accldently shot during a I hunting trip. J.en Ludwic has purchased <i now Chrysler. Lorrino Hnsrhka is nniJloyed at the Julius Spilfr home. Henry Arndorfer drove to Defi Mofnp.i Saturday and purchased a new HupmobllCy The Harvey Johnsons ond family spent Sunday afternoon at Titonka at DK. White's. Mrs. Harold Henepar nnd her daughter Mayrlen were Sunday Kiiests at the Arend home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwic are parents of a son born Sunday. This Is their second child they have another son. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller are parents of a daughter born Saturday. They now have a ion and two daughters. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Preshul were callers <it the Kossuth hospital Sunday visiting Mrs. Seller, and Mrs. Ludwiu new babies. .Mrs. M.iry McKenmi and her daughter. Mrs. Hpni^ar and baby. and Wilma Arcnd spent from a week a(-'o Monday till Tuesday at Stucyvllle «t Mrs. McKenna'w daughter Iron* 'n. Jilrf. Alfred Npl«on and sons and Cecelia Ksenbacher were «t Mason city Friday. Mrx. Nelson taking treatment thpre for sinus trouble. Koslee Dorr accompanied them home for* Sunday with her folks. Henry Malllpt had the misfortune to get hurt by a calf he was trying to i;et out of a manner. The animal kicked him In he fctce, cutting his nose and breaking hi" cheek bone. He l» recovering, but the injurlex arc painful. Modernize Your Home in a Way that's ECONOMICAL with Electric Appliances 8 And In Algona, That Means Pratt'a WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES WESTINGHOUSE WASHERS ELECTRIC ROASTERS HOOVER CLEANERS I.E.S.LAMPS Liberal Trade In Allowances Electrical Contracting Our Specialty Whi'llicr it's Krwirinj; 1 an <>lil liousf. Wiring a IH-W nne. <>r ^citing' Xc\v Outlets. 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