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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 5,1938 WESLEYP.O.B HIGHLY RATED 73rd In State, First in the County Among Third Class Offices Wesley: Mrs. Hazel Oerdes has received word from the postal department that the local post office rates 73rd in the state of Iowa, and first in Kossuth county, In the third class post office division in sales of u. S. savings bonds for the year September 1, 1936,' to August 31, 1937. Total sales amounted to $12,731.25. Other rankings in order of second, third, etc. places are as follows: second, Lakota; third, Burt, LuVerne, Ledyard, Bancroft, Titonka, Whlttemore, Fenton antii tenth Swea City. Mrs. Gerdes also has appointed local chairmen for committees to serve in the nationwide observance of the 20th anniversary of the Air Mail May 15 to May 21 and are as follows: honorary, Mayor C. G. Dennis; publicity, D. J. Zerbe; radio, Harry Mathahs; education, E. D. Ravlln; civic-fraternal, Mrs. A. M. Lease; business-professional, John Hutchison and J. A. Hauptmann for Air Mall Pick-up. 4 Schools Give One Act Plays At Ottosen High Ottosen: A one act play festival was held in the Ottosen high school auditorium Wednesday evening with Bode. Brndgnte, Livermore and Ottosen competing. The first play, "Elmer" was presented by the following Bradgate high school students: Curtis Sorenscn, Isabella Olson, ' Virginia McCreery, Dorothy Wright, Lnvonne Marchant, Hazel Onnon. Marjorie Wicmcr, Roger Isaacson, Richard Lanning. The second play, "Be Home by Midnight" wns given by the following Livermore high school students: Carl Groh, Avis Taylor, Stnn- ley Segcr, Lorraine Monson, Harold Trsuger. The third play, "A Quiet Evening nt Home" wns given by the Bode high school students: Elnlne Ro land, Betty Lou Pederson, Agnes Opheim, Carolyn Lomen, Duane Lighter, Roger Olson, Morris Espn- land. The fourth play, "The Tantrum" was given by the following Ottosen high school students, Vivian Purdy, Raymond Rasmusscn, Fae Van Busklrk, Mae Van Buskirk, Garmon Adams, Connor Starin, Mavis Holt, Gladys Satern, Marilyn Kinseth, James Moore and John Hansen. Music between plays was as follows: Ottosen girls' glee club; cornet solo, Donald Opheim, Bode; Bradgate Chamber group, first cornet, Marietta Seaman, second cornet, Virginia McCreery, baritone, Paul Cooksey, baritone saxophone, Marjarie Niemeler, trombone, Lola Seaman, clarinet, Virgil Behounek, of Livermore; trumpet duet, Butty Trauger and Bebe Opheim of LJv- •crmore with Keith Baessler, pianist. They gave the same plays in Llv- «rmorc Friday evening. Lutheran Aid Meeting The Lutheran LndleH 1 Aid net in the church parlors Wednesday nft- crnoon with Mrs. S. O. Sand? of Senecu nnd Mrs. Harvey Thorr.cn ns hostesses. A program wns given in memory of Mrs. Oliver Chrintcnscn by the Seneca ladies. The Ladles' Aid surprised Mrs. Snndc with many gifts, the occasion being her birthday. .Mrs. Movirk Hostess The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Nelle Movick Thursdny afternoon. The following program was given: roll call, jokes; group singing. "Grandfather's Clock"; scripture, Psalm 87, Mrs. Amanda Rcece: lesson, "Tricks and Gadgets", Mrs. Thora Kinseth; special music by the hostess; Readers' Digest, Mrs. Mary Hagen; hobby, hostess. The Ladles' Auxiliary served a luncheon Friday afternoon in the community church parlors. Livermore Home Sold To Anderson Ltvermote: The Elmer Hewitt residence here has been sold to Otto Anderson, member of the Anderson Bros, garage firm. The Andersons who have lived for a number of years in a smaller home which they own, have rented that place to Lawrence Gronbach. Ernest Miller, who was living In the Hewitt residence at the time the sale was made, has moved to the place vacated by William Schultz, owned by Mrs. Russell. AMATEURSON SWEA PROGRAM Swea City: Tuesday night, March 23, was Amateur Night at the New Iowa Theatre. Amateurs Included Ray Pehrson, LeRoy Van Alstlne Marjorie Doocy, the O'Green boys. Gust Isenberg, Mr. and Mrs. M. L Floyd and three Bancroft boys from the C. C. C. camp, Francis Kurvink, Art Kelly and Art Woods. Ray Pehrson captured the first prize for imitating screen character "Frog" also singing cowboy songs. The second prize went to LeRoy Van Alstine and D. Anderson, mandolin and guitar and the three Bancroft boys took third with guitar and singing. Mrs. lytelvin Fisher is spending several months with her parents, while her husband, who is a petty officer in the U, S. navy, is on a cruise to Hawaii. The Fishers' home is at San Diego, California. The first district meeting for the national league of district postmasters from 11 counties will meet at Mason City, April 8th. This includes third and fourth class posters. Idn E. Larson as vice president for this district, will have charge of the meeting. Ledyard Folks to Vote on Selection Of Summer Show Ledyard: The business men held a meeting Friday evening to consider what type of Wednesday and Saturday evening entertainment to offer this summer. No definite agreement has been reached. Amateur contests, free movies and many other things have been suggested. It was decided to wait and find out what the public wants. Each merchant has a paper on which his patrons are to register their choice. Ledyard: The election for town officers yesterday, was rather a quiet one. There was but one ticket, but names were written In in several instances. Edward Knoner, who is manager of the Farmers Elevator, was elected mayor to succeed Glenn Yahnke. He received 69 votes and Leon Worden 14. For councilmen N. E. Plngel, Wm. Flynn, J. H. Welfare and D. A. Carpenter were reelected and W. E, Wlemer was elected to succeed H. D. Mayne. Harry Schroeder was reelected assessor and Elvtn Carpenter treasurer. "Mr. and M>a, D. A. Link drove to Rolfe Sunday and vlalted at the Merle McAninch home. LuVerne Woman's Club Picks Officers Lu Verne: Mrs. S. R. Baker, was elected president of the Progressive Woman's club when that group met Friday evening at the P. C. Lii-hty home. Mrs. George Tiede wi.s chosen vice president; Mrs. Irwin Chapman, secretary and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, treasurer. The program for the evening, included a book rcveiesv qf "Here's to Crime' by Courtney Riley Cooper, given by Mrs. George Tiedc. Mesdames j. L. Lichty. C. B. Huff and Adam Zwiefel were co-hostesses. Mrs. J. Malkmus, Of Livermore, Dies Livermore: Following a long period of failing health, Mrs. Jose phine Malkmus, 82, died at her home here Saturday afternoon. Mr. Malkmus preceded his wife in death in 1928. There are three sona living, Dan and Edward of Livermore, and William of Buchanan. Needle Punctures Finger Fenton: Mrs. Raymond Priebe suffered a painful injury Thrusday evening while sewing on the sewing machine when the needle went through the index finger on her right hand and broke off, leaving one third of an inch of the needle in her finger. Dr. Mueller removed the broken needle. Other than soreness, she suffered no ill effects. WANTED A girl for general house work. Age to be around thirty marked down to nineteen. Weight from 100 to 150 Ibs. Must be a good dresser, be able to dance nicely and sing some of the late popular songs. "No whistling". Only haJf of her time allowed at the telephone and she must be in by 3 o'clock every morning. Even a,t that late hour it is against rules to sample my but- tle of "cod liver oil " Her principal dutits will be to take caro of Laura Ann. So she must love children and have patience with tt crazy spotted dog that is harbored across the street. My wife is easy to get along with. She has put up with me for 4T years. So I know you will get along all right with her as she will be out in the yard and garden most of the time. Apply at the store, I do the hiring; my wife does the tiring Jimmie Neville Ole Nelson Win* Livermore Election Livermore: There were 194 votes cast at the election here Monday with two tickets In the race and it was a hot contest. The ones elected to office were: mayor, Ole Nelson; councilmen. Dr. R. W. Beardsley, Louis Behounek, Lloyd Hughes, Charles Brown and Jess Franklin; treasurer, Florence Sweeney; assessor, John LenUch The two latter had no opposition. Arm Broken in Fall Fenton: Carl Beck, living on the farm of his father-in-law, William Fisher, near Kairville, suffered a broken arm above the wrist Thursday evening while trimming apple trees, when he fell from a tree, 12 feet to the ground. Dr. Mueller and Mr. McCreery set the bone anJ placed it in a cast, at the McCreery hospital. Whittemore. HONOR LUVERNE GIRtt, COACH Give Coach Dinner and Editor Takes Team to a Movie LuVerne: The girls' basketball team honored their coach, Supt. A. C. Evans, at a six o'clock dinner at the P. C. Lichty home, Wednesday evening, with Mrs. Evans, Miss Giovanni Smith and Walter Peterson as other guests. Places for 16 were laid at the one long table which was decorated with spring flowers. One bouquet was orange blossoms and acacias sent to Jacqueline Conoway by her grandmother in California. These, with the dishes of crystal, presented a very pretty table. The two course dinner was served by Mrs. Lichty and Mrs. A. D. Burtis. Mr. Evans was presented with a leather traveling case by the girls, and he in turn dedicated a poem of thanks to them. Following the dinner, the members of the group were the guests of Editor Coleman at a theatre party in Algona. Mrs. C. C. Smith and daughter, Sherril, returned Friday night from a three weeks' visit with. Mrs. Smith's mother at Knoxville. Kin of Bancroft Family Is Dead At Age of 94 Bancroft: Word was received rf the death of Maurice Lonergan. who passed away Tuesday night it the age of 94, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Theodore Jacobs, with whom he lived in Mason City. J. D. Brophy of Chicago arrived Sunday for a brief business visit in Bancroft. Grace and Lillian Angus spent Sunday afternoon at the Adolphson home. The Mack Dudding family of Norway moved back to Bancroft this week. They formerly lived here. M. J. Wolfe and daughter, Maureen attended the funeral of Mrs.. J. C. Glass at Carroll, Thursday. Thr, deceased was a cousin of Mr. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess and Marguerite Hcndrickson of Benson, Minn., were over night guests at the Adolphson home Friday. Mrs. Wm. Ellis and two children arrived Sunday from Santa Maria, California, to spend a few months at the home of Thos. Guest. Mrs. Ellis is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guest. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Art Renger spent Thursday visiting at the J. J. Whalen home in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lensing are the parents of a daughter born on Friday. They now have a family of four sons and four daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Graydon are the parents of a daughter born on Wednesday. This U their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi visited Joseph Vaske in Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. Vaske is a patient in the hospital. Frank Wilhelmi and daughter, Dorothy and Mrs. Henry Lampe. Sr., and Mrs. H. K. Lampe spent Friday in- Fairmont visiting with Mrs. Frank Wilhelmi, who is a patient in the hospital. nil. BRrC'E MAHAN, director of the extension division. State University of Iowa, will be the graduation speaker, May 22. at the high school. Sixty seniors will gradmte. It's A Curious Thing Why does a bride wear a veil? ... In ancient time;: the bride waj completely covered with a yellow robe. Others say it conies from the time when brides were captured by throwing a covering over the head. Step to your phone now and call 537 for our delivery truck to pick up your Easter cleaning. Modern Dry Cleaners Wear A Gay NEW BOLERO $5.95 Sizes 12 to 20 Step our in a bolero ... the youngest fashion this spring. Brief, boxy boleros (the newest!) atop pleated or slimline frocks with sleek, gay print bodices. Livermore Grain Man Transferred Livermore:' A change of managers has been made at the North Iowa Grain office here, caused by the promotion of Chet Holcomb. who has been manager here since 1929. Mr. Holcomb has been transferred to Kanawha, where he will work In the same capacity. His place here has-been filled by Henry Reiter, who comes from Duncan. The Holcombs will be greatly missed in this community, where they had made many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Reiter and their four year old son, have moved here, and live in the Holcomb residence. Mr. Reiter has been in the cm- ploy of the North Iowa Grain company during the past two years. PRAISE IN PROSE FOR U.S. A. FROM COR WITH WRITER Fairview-Corwith: Spring has surely made its appearance as the sun shone brightly Thursday and the farmers got out tractors and discs and commenced work in the fields. After several months of winter weather, snow, sleet, ice and mud what is more welcome than the warm sun in the spring and the hum of tractors in the fields, the seeders busily sowing oats, and the hustle and bustle of the farmers nnd horses making ready to sow the seed, which if nature is willing, will be reaped within a few months. Every where one can see folks busy raking yards, the burning of fires and the smell of the srnoke tells us the havoc winter has wrought will soon be a thing of the past. Gardens will soon be planted, chicks will .soon be heard yeep- ing, house wives busy with house cleaning. What can be finer than the spring when every thing becomes jjreen nnd soon the fields will again be planted with straight, long rows of corn. It means long days of hard work, but how truthfully and thankfully we can bow our heads and be thankful we arc living here instead of in the war- torn countries. Occupy New Farm Homo Mr. and Mrs. Hamm who live east of Corwith have moved into the new house built on the farm, of which they are tenants. The owner. Miss Dysart. started improvements on the farm last summer and the house, a completely modernized home, is one of the improvements. Wednesday of last week about SO of the neighbors came with well-filled basket* nnd helped the Hamm family celebrate the occupancy of the new home. Movr to Duncan Earl Palmer, who was manager of the Stllson grain elevator until it was destroyed by firp a few weeks ago, has been appointed manage,of the Federal North Grain elevator at Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and little daughter moved to Duncan Wednesday. Mrs. Peterson Dips This community was shocked on Wednesday afternoon when the news came of the death of Mrs. Claude Peterson at the Mercy hospital. At present writing funeral plans had not been completed. Rirth Announcements Birth announcements have been received announcing the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers of Des Moines. Mrs. Powers will be better remembered here as Miss Hauscr. a former tench.'r of the sixth grade in the Corwith school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yates visited at the home of Mrs. Herman Ericlt- son at St. Benedict Sunday. The Fairview circle of the M. R. Aid served a noon luncheon nt the church dining hall Wednesday noon which was very well patronized. The Risvold Bros., dealers for the John Deere company, have moved into their new location nnd have received a new line of tractors and other John Deere equipment. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kcc entertained a protip of relatives OVIT the week end. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hcnne, Ruth Mart' 1 nnd Marshall Hense all of Albururtt. The Corwith Implement Co. held a display of tractors and various other implements Thursday at Corwith nnd also sponsored a McCor- mick-Deerinp day at the Lesion hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins nntl Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mullins nnd sons left Corwith Tuesday morning for Illinois, called there by the serious illness of A. E. Mullins' sister and husband. Announcement of the marriapc of Robert Johnson nnd Nell Faunce on Monday. March 14th, at Annapolis, Maryland, has been re- ceived hy Mr. .and Mr?V C. C. Johnson. The young couple will ho at home in Washington. D. C. where Robert is employed. A group of relatives gathered at the Axel Neilson home Wednesday evening and surprised Mr. Ncilson nnd helped him celebrate his birthday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neilson nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Neilson nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Neilso:! nnti family, all of LuVcrnp. and Mr nv.d Mrs. -Mnrtin Ijxrspn nnd daughter. Esther of Corwilh. Whittemore News Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson nnd Doris were Mason City callers last Saturday. Miss Adelaide Harnng, fifth grade teacher, spent last week end with her parents nt Lake Mills. Miss Esther Smith, vocal music instructor at Corwith, spent i.'ist week end with her parents, -the Walter Smiths. Swen City .school pupils had a days' vacation last Friday while the teaching staff was nt Fort Dodge attending the North Central conference of the Iowa State Teachers' association. The P. T. A. conference held in connection with this meeting was attended by three local delegates, Rev. nnd Mrs. R. c. Swnnson nnd Mrs. Anna Larson. The Thursday club met with Mrs Roy Vnlvick Inst week. The lesson was on Iowa Artists and Mrs. f) H. Frerking. Lnkotn. was the guest speaker. She exhibited painting* and stressed the importance of frames. advising her listeners that many old-fashir.ned picture frames arc again in style nnd should be used. Lunch was served to iin ladies, nil members but one being present. Lawrence Oade entertained about HO guests at his home Friday evening. Five hundred was played at six tables. Herman IMinko and Afvrtlc Barber won high. IV.n-iltl Wehrspnn and Alvera Behnlu 1 won low and L.iwrcncr Meyer won the travel prize. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evcn'np Mr. and Mrs. Henry ivuecker entertained at their home, Friday evening, in honor of their .son^. Mr. nnd Mr=. Krwin Kuecker of Ames, it being their fifth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at cnrds. Those who were present were Mr. nnd Mrs. William Kuecker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Kuecker and daughter. Freddie nnd Donald Kuecker. Mrs. Glad- Paris Fashion Shoes »3.00-»4.00 Connie Shoes *5.00 Natural Poise »6.00 Paradise Shoes *6.85 A marvelous selection! Every new style, new color... in these nationally advertised, nationally famous shoes. Come see them! Guaranteed as advertised in Good Housekeeping ys Schneider, son Danny. Mr. i;i'! Mrs. Lovl Friodon. son LeRoy. an of We it Bond. Air. and Mrs. Ervin Ktieoker and son Maurice of Amp.- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mpye?. o; St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. George Mrvtlv nnd family. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Schultz nnd Mr. and Mrs. Opor<r" Schtiltz nnd their three sons nil from here. A two course dinner was served at 6:30. BASEBALL SEASON OPENS AT WESLEY Wesley: Thr Wcslpy public hi;!i school bnsebnll prospects are bright with a vclornn team hack that hvl a good season last fait, wiiiniii'T s gamps and losing three. The hoys reporting are: pit. hri .. John Bottom and Mike Lloyd;' catchers. Jerry Winger! nnd n,v- nis Vitzthum: in-ficldprs. Paul Goslln, Alvin Lophij;. Huh Stmler .'ark I.Pic'tMs. Junior linttoni Katph Fl.'iuer. Kd Hj.-liter. Victor Otfirldrrs are Pearly ITaynes. PM-,,,.. Shormnn. Charles Km us. HCMV Armlorfer. Huh Onpedal. Kay War i Rulph Carlson ami Merle ' Lochi'i. Thr junior high boys report ins alon<* with high school are Thayer Mullm"! Hilly l>raytnn. Hubert Diokmnnn anil Lowell Krdman. Their schedule is ns follows: April 0 Cnrwith here. April I. r > Titonka here. April 1f> rry.Htnl Lake there. April 22 County tournament, at April ?<l Titonka there. May fi St. CereliT- Algona, there. May 20 St. Cecelia here. HARMS OIL Co. distributors of Phillips 66 cos Illllt Km Ilk IliiMcniiin will in flit' I'uhirr Immllr 1lic truck ;iiul hulk plant formerly n]ior;t!i'<l hy Orvillr Klkins. Phone 291 or 41 14* SHIRLEY TEMPLE FROCKS STYLED BT The first showing of Shirley Temple sheers ttth Ccnturf- Fox Film Star ... timed right for the first days of Spring. Crisp styles in exclusive prints/ lovely as a rainbow and as colorful. Powder Puffs. Pennanettes and Dimities ... all guaranteed washable. Sizes 3 to 12. M.98 • Powder Pufi Print with iquai* n«ck ac- c«nl*d with plerts. Corded dundle ekirt. A Shirley Tample faocx in «ii«i 3 to 12. • f. Shirley Ttmplt Printed Dimity richly cmoclccd and pleat- ad. Siiet 3 to 12, SALUTE With ADVANCE TEEM.STYLES •TITLED BY '1.98 Steol a march on Spring with these Deanna Durbin fashions . . . They're as charming as the bright star who inspired them . . . and the colors are gay as a lark. Your choice of prints or solid colors in fabrics that are guaranteed washable. "Tuun iind Country" I'riut Permanent Finish Zi-phyr. Zipper front, pique col- ar and cuffs, suiii); skirt. l>e- uiinu Uurbiii 1't'cii SO If. .Size* K'-ltj

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