The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 28,1038 North East Kossuth Page LAKOTA SCHOOLS IN BANQUET AT BLUE EARTH "Moonlight and Roses", Theme for Juniors and Seniors of School Lnkota: A real event in the lives of the Lnkota hijrh school seniors occurred last week Tuesday eve ning when the juniors put on the junior-senior banquet at the Wellington hotel at Blue Earth, Minn Mary Templcton is senior clas? sponsor and Olive Larson is sponsor for the juniors. Forty-two members of the two classes and the faculty were present to enjoy the occasion. The theme of the banquet was "Moonlight and Roses." The guests were seated at a U-shaped table with a large silver moon draped with red roses as a centerpiece. Red rose nut cups, silver moon place cards and silver stars containing printed programs and the menu were other decorations. Each senior received a lovely red rose as a favor. After a three course dinner, a program followed with Paul Ukena as toastmaster. Kathryn Berschmann played a piano selection while the guests found their places at the table. The program consisted of Welcome by Paul Ukena; toast on Moonlight Delia Grace Kline; Prophecy. Helen Behrends; History of Senior Class Margaret Schroeder; toast on Dewdrop, William Smith: Keeper, Geo. Ailts; toast on Roses, PaU-iria Woodworth; Senior Will, Elizabeth Rahmstock; Response. Edwin Christ. After the program the entire group attended the show. 'The Hurricane." The following arc members of the junior class: Paul Ukena. Patricia Woodworth. Viola Thaves. William I Smith. Edna Lester. Delia Grace Kline. Iva Kaphengst. Norma Heetland. George Ailts. Anna Bauman, Helen Behrends, Kathryn Berschman. Clarence Boettcher, Esther Buckels. Lois Gingrich. Adele Johnson. Loaded Truck and School Bus Collide Titonka: Frank Prulsman's school bus and Mark Shaw's truck, loader with corn ran into each other at th George Schutjer corner. Thursda evening. Luckily, the bus was o the rteurn trip and there were n children in it. Neither of the dri\ ers were Injured but both the true and bus were badly damaged. Safety Sam Says Garages and mechanics would rather check » car up frequently and make small repairs, than to revamp old, carelessly driven machines. Your garageman should be one of your best friends. Your motor should be checked at least every ten thousand miles. We give you personal interest service. Wm. C. Dau Garage Phone 103 So. llodgr Verdene and Edward Eoykc and Clarice Falk spent Sunday a St. Paul, visiting Betty Kokesh a former Titonka resident. Duane Higgins celebrated hi twelfth birthday Friday and invit cd his classmates to spend the eve ning with him. Lunch was served after an evening of games. Mesdamcs Rose Bonacher, Mary Oesterreicher, Esther Breen and Carrie Bonacker attended a county meeting of the Legion Auxiliary units, at Bancroft, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Dick B. Meyers was hostess to the Work and Play club Thursday afternoon. Eight regular members were present and two guests. Mrs. Ben U. Meyers and Mrs. Henry Ailts. Pearl Beenken, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Beenken. Is In the Mercy hospital, Mason City, seriously 111 with ear infection and pneumonia. At last reports she was slowly improving. Mrs. Mable Byers, Garner, came Thursday for a visit until Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kuchenreuther. and also to .see the new baby hoy at the homo of her sister, the A'ndrew Krom- mingas. Among those from here attending the county Legion Auxiliary con vention Thursday evening at Lakota. were Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Miller. Mr and Mrs. Amos Bonacker, Guy Bruns, Howard French and N Walsh. Friday and Saturday afternoon was of great interest to baseball fans when the Kossuth county high school baseball tournament of the cast half of the county was held on the local diamond. The schedule is as follows: Bancroft and Ledyard play Friday at 1:30; Titonka and Wesley play Friday at 3:00; Lu- Verne will play the winners of the Bancroft-Ledyard game Saturday at 10:00 and the finals will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Ledyard Seniors To Present "The Valiant One' Ledyard: "The Valiant One," comedy drama in three acts, wi be presented by the senior class o Ledyard high school on Friday eve nlng. April 29, in the school auditor itim. R. O. Morris is directing th play, the cast of which includes flv women and three men. Phyllis Nolan, played by Beula Looft, Is a girl who has ideals. Sh has just returned from a five yea trip abroad and she takes up he life again under the tyrrannica rule of her father, Judge Nolan played by Glen Dyer. His wife Fannie, acted by Verna Bergland has always allowed him to rule the household and everyone connected with it. but in the end she changes icr idea and does her bit to straighten things out. Mrs. Raymond, her daughter, May, and her son, T. D., are played by Betty Matzner, Margaret Smith and Bernard Anderson. Mrs. Raymond is a wealthy friend of the Volan family. Her daughter is a ather silly girl who thinks every- hing is just too "cah-ute" and her on. T. D.. is just a wealthy play- ;oy, with a good opinion of him- elf. John Farlove played by Arlowe 3Iome. is a local boy who falls ir ove with Phyllis. Edith Empire, >layed by Alvira Halverson, was D hyllis' traveling companion during her trip abroad and the tw girls are very close friends. LAKOTA NEWS H. S. Honor Roll Following Is the high school honor roll for the second six weeks of the second semester: freshmen— Maynard Koppen and Elvene Rlp- pentrop; sophomores—Lola Schroe- dcr, Frederick Tamen, Dale Jacobson, James Ley and Pete Walters; 24 NUMBERS ON WESLEY AMATEUR juniflrs Thaves, -Helen Esther Behrendfe, Viola , Buckels, George Ailts, William Smith. Edna Leslie, Patricia Woodworth, Adele Johnson. Katherine Berschman and Paul Ukena; seniors—Phyllis Jacobson. Elizabeth Rahmstock, Arl- me Heetland, Calvin Ukena, Edwl Christ, Catherine Powers and raret Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd were In Algona Wednesday. Mrs. Lloyd who is still suffering with attacks of gall stones, was consulting a doctor. You Can Get Some Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Many farmers ordered enough Pioneer Hi-Bred 8««d Corn to plant their entire intended com acreage. Due to the reduction program of the AAA farmers are planting less corn. This makes «>me Pioneer available for sale. Set your order in now before the iupply is all gone. Write or Call Me WALTER VAl'DT LOl'IS OUKINERT \\liittfinorc IIOSCOK .MAIVUSLKY Hurt, lowu 17-1M* George Hagge was a business cal er in Algona Wednesday. Mrs. Christy Hendrickson is tak ing treatments for a growth on he nose. Mrs. Asa Warner spent severa days last week In Lone Rock help ing her niece. Edward Haggc of Buffalo Cente visited last week Tuesday at thi George Haggc home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Countryman are the proud parents of a daughte born Friday. April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson and D. A. Carpenter were in Mason City Thursday on business. Mrs. Merle Jorgenson was it Lone Rock on Thursday attending a birthday party in honor of her mother. Mrs. luTvin Carpenter, Mrs. B A. Storey and Mrs. H. M. Granner were Fairmont shoppers on Wed nesday. Mrs. Fred Bauman entertained the Lutheran Missionary society ol Lakota at her home on Wednesday afternoon. The Howard Jensens moved their house onto the lots next to the Fred Baumans, and owned by Fred Bauman, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Persig and daughter of Blue Earth visited s.v- eral days last week at the parental Fred Bauman home. Mrs. Lars Skaar entertained her sisters on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Tokhelm at Armstrong Mrs. Sam Link of Strea City and Mrs. Martin Tokhelm of Grant were there. The Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Kam ncn, former Presbyterian minister at Lakota. who now have a charge at .St. Paul, were visitors with friends here last week Wednesday and Thursday with headquarters at the J. E. Smiths. The Kamncna -Tfc enroute to Sioux City for a .short visit and spent Sunday at Fiushmore. Minn., a former charge, where they officiated in the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of that church. Miss Carol McEwen spent Satur day at Des Moines on business. Wm. Neville and Louis Barttet vere Des Moines visitors Friday Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Inlay, o Vaterloo, were visitors with thi Edgar Inlays, a week ago last Frl ay- Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Peterson at- mded the funeral of a little niece our weeks old at Eagle Grove last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Thompson of ake were last week Sunday visors with their daughter and fam- y, the Dan O'Keefes. Mrs. Minnie Heetland who has been ill for several weeks, is under the care of a nurse at the present time, having suffered a heart attack last week Sunday, but at this writing is improving. Edgar Inlay took his mother, Mrs. Frank Inlay, to her home at Mo- viJIe, last week Saturday. Mrs. Inlay, Sr., has spent several weeks here during Mrs. Inlay, Jr.'s convalescence following an appendicitis operation. The senior class and Supt. and Mrs. Earl Grabau. Mr. and Mrs Alton Anderson, Oline Larson, Mary Templeton. Clara Chipman, Luella Shaw, Florence Householder and Helen Awe. members of the faculty, were honored guests. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel, who fiave been at the bedside of Mr Schissel's father) J. P. Sehiseel, at Minneapolis the past ten days, were home a short time last week Jut again went back to Minneapolis ast Thursday. Mr. Schissel is in a critical condition. Mrs. Ray Smith was hostess to :ne Acorn club Thursday afternoon with 17 members. Following a bus- ness meeting. Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw read a paper on the Life of Willa Gather, novelist. The next meeting will be with Mrs. R. L. Williams and election of officers will come under business. Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Mrs. J. St. Warburton were guests at a jome project meeting with Mrs. A. 2. Inman near Bancroft, Thursday afternoon. Following the business meeting and program all enjoyed a social hour and lunch. Flower ^eed and plant slips, perennials, etc., were exchanged and gardens plans discussed. Mrs. Hugh Lewis returned home ate last week after attending the funeral of her father, A. A. Sanden at the First Norwegian church at -ake Mills. Mr. Sanden, 69 years of age, passed away at the hospital n Rochester, Minn., last week Mon!ay, where he was taken recently Our store is always filled with values that draw trade for miles around. We are putting Special Prices in effect for this day on every item in stock. ^..7!M'anva> ^QQ Folding Chairs I)'.liar !>av at 4 KVmilai- ">!>(• Rag Rugs special, I! for $100 Regular S!»r QsJnrs Oil Mop * |UU lit-^ular .">(),• Golden Star bnlh t'ur . Carpet Samples up I" -t--"'" values. A clcaii-ii|> at . $»]00 Linoleum Remnants Anything u|> \« >:? vallli- !_:< 'ihu al $•100 1 |i"Uiul can- i>f Best Floor Wax liV'j ula r I.K- value, \l"-'-ial. 1' ran- ..... $100 It Will Pay You to Trade at We.-! ••!•' < ''Hill ' uniii ui i- >• IN i..j |.,..,- Britt Boys Win First; Garner, Sexton Entries Second, Third Wesley: The amateur contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and held Friday night was a success from beginning to end. With 24 numbers entered In the contest, the evening proved full of splendid entertainment and tal- tnt. To Morris Graves and Donald Trees of Britt went first prize for their Impersonation of Bing Crosby and Bob Burns; to the Katter Kow Boys of Garner went the second prize for their number, and to the Kirschbaum Sisters of Sexton, third prize. Voting was done by the audience. The three merchandise prizes were awarded to Henry Haverly, Andrew Gollner and Leo Hanlg. The Auxiliary Is very appreciative of the splendid turn out for its night and wish to thank each and everyone who had any part In its success. The audience numbered around 400 and was estimated as the largest crowd ever to attend a public program in Wesley. Supt Ravin Has Operation Supt. E. D. Ravlin submitted to an emergency operation for the removal of his appendix at the Kos- mth hospital Thursday afternoon. He Is recuperating nicely and ex- jects to return home in the course of ten days or so. His parents from iampton arrived that afternoon and visited the family here and with Mr. Ravlin at the hospital until Friday. or treatment. Mrs. Lewis was call- d to his bedside week before last Hr. Sanden had not been in good ealth for some time but his death * r as unexpected. Rplley Talks at Wesley O. S. Reiley. of Algona. impressed the audience at the Parent- >achers association meeting Monday night at the high school as- embly room with his talk on Highway Safety, stressing the three C's f the motorist: Caution. Courtesy nd Consideration. Frances Seimer sang two solos and Miss Cecelia Eisenbacher gave a reading. A nominating committee consisting of John Richter, Mrs. A. M. Lease and Vee Mullin were named to find candidates for officers for the coming year, the election to be held at the next P. T. A. meeting scheduled for May 9th. to compete with other schools In the district in typing and shorthand. June graduated from the Wesley high school last year and enrolled in junior college there last September. Sister M. Nlcoletta, seventh and eighth grade teacher In the 8t Joseph's school, who underwent an operation at the Mercy hospital In Mason City ten days ago, is recuperating nicely but will be unable to finish out her teaching duties here this year. In her place Is Sister M. Johnfna of the St. Francis convent of Milwaukee who arrived the past week to take over her teaching duties. The Alfred Erdmann home was quarantined for scarlet fever on Thursday morning, their daughter Mary Lee. oldest In the family, coming down with the disease. Mr. Erdman, manager of the Farmers lumber yard, Is quarantined out. The L. A. Ternes family were released from their quartntlne on Thursday and the Mrs. Anthony Johnson family was released Wednesday. The August Studer family, southwest of town, are also under quarantine for the same disease. Mrs. Paul Erdmann left Wednesday night for Charlotte, Michigan, In response to word that her sister Mrs. Ethel Wldrlch had passed away Tuesday night * Ethel Stillwell- Widrlch made her home here with the Erdmanns for a number of years, leaving for Charlotte about eight years ago. After moving there she met her husband-to-be and since their marriage have cared for an adopted daughter who Is now five years old. One of the Erdmann girls, Marguerite, lives and is em- played at Charlotte. The public school was highly honored Thursday by the presence of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Orbell, parents of the late George Orbell who met tragic death last Thanksgiving time when he was home for his Thanksgiving vacation. In memory of Coach Orbell, the parents presented the school with a large framed picture, colored scenery type, which Was accepted for the school by Miss Stag* In the absence of Supt. E. D. Ravlin. The Orbells also called briefly on numerous friends of their late son. Mrs. Joe Nlckey left early Satur- I day morning for Iowa City to visit her husband over the week end. Mr. Nlckey Is In the hospital there receiving treatment. Miss MaMo Stage and Miss Agnes Boyer accompanied her as far at Cedar Rap- Ids, Miss Stage expecting to visit with Miss Jennings, former Wesley- teacher, and Miss Boyer to go on to her home at Mt Vernon. Upon their return to Wesley Sunday evening it hi expected that Mrs. Boyer will accompany them, expecting' to visit in Wesley the first half of the week. Rev. E. Flene Is on the sick list this week. All Feed CHICK MASH The same HIGH QUALITY FEED which has always been sold by us. Strong, healthy, and sturdy chicks result when fed "ALL FEED'' Starting and Growing Madh. It is mixed daily, which insures a fresh, palatable chick mash. Start your chicks on "ALL FEED" today! "More Chick Growth Per Bag of Peed" Manufactured and sold by E.R. Rising Mill Algona, Iowa Other Algona Dealers—Nelson & Leasing Grocery, Algona Hatchery. Also German Peat Litter at $2.45 Per Bale WESLEY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman. Luille and Lawrence spent Thursday TI Mason City on business. Guests Easter Sunday at the Alf luder home were her mother, Mr*. kgatha Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kelch. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs and 'iss Rita Studer of Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Diekman of Jaker, Montana, called here briefly t the home of their cousins, the •"red Diekmanns of Wesley, Thursay enroute to other destination* MRS. MARY ELIZABETH Mc- ,'arter, 76, an auto passenger, was illed Sunday by a passenger train ear Sullivan, Ind, at the same pot where her son was struck and killed by a train two months ago. A. M. and L. L. Lease and L. T. Root attended a district hardware dealers meeting held at Emmetsburg Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and two children, Joseph and Fidelia, spent the Ennter week end with her folks at Claremont. Iowa. Mrs. Kate Kennedy and the Alfred Erdmann family were Easter Sunday guests at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Gilbride near Algona. About 30 women attended the afternoon circle mealing held at the home of Mrs. Al Wagner, Wednesday afternoon. Among them were eight women from Corwlth, members of the circle there when Mrs. Wagner belonged to their group. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich announce the approaching marriage- of their son, Edward, who, is in the navy department at Corry Field, Pcnsacola. Florida, to Frances Clegs of Pensacola. The wedding will take plate in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth and two sons, Jim and Jerry of Morgan, Minn., were Easter week end guests at the home of her mother. Mrs. Katherine Hildman. Mr. Eisenbarth also took occasion to visit numerous relatives near St. Benedict. Members of the Methodist Ladies Aid are sponsoring a supper at the church basement Saturday night, April 30th, to which the public is invited. The menu calls for chicken and noodles, beans and other good things to make up a well balanced and inviting supper menu. Dr. and Mri. R. K. Richardson! were among a large group of osteopaths and their wives who attended a medical meeting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Walley at Corwith, Monday night. The doctors discussed their business while the women enjoyed several tables of bridge. June Haverly, daughter of the J. L. Haverlys of Wesley, was one of three from the Britt junior college, who went to Northwood Saturday MONEY-MAKING MACHINES DE LAVAL Separators and Milkers THIS WAY PAYS BEST A SOOP COW PRODUCING AOOOUU. Of 4* MICK A VCAN rWIU. MOOUCC IMOUCM »K1MJ4M« t?' £.7 KB 1» !>•» Of *UTTM »*t IO MU The dairy cow is not only our greatest producer ol wealth, but De Laval Separators and Milkers are the best money-making machines any milk or cream producer can own. 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