The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3,1938 ST. JOHN JUNIORS HOST TO SENIORS Vincent Wesselman Was Toastmaster at Bancroft on Thursday News Items of Wesley Vicinity Bancroft: The juniors of St John's high school entertained the seniors at a banquet in St. John's auditorium Thursday night The program was as follows toastmaster, Vincent Wesselman welcome, Dorothy Droessler; response, Mary Anne Stork; cornet solo, Philip Nurre; Tea Tells Fortunes, Helen Coyne; To Fathers and Teachers, Richard Mescher; Hymn to Class Patron, seniors; Ballad of the 27 Seniors. Robert Foth; Claw Will, Aloysius Dudding; song, five boys; To our Parents, Martin fichlltz; To the Seniors, Helen Lat- tlmer; To the Juniors, Raymond McCarthy; Response with Song, the juniors. Cooking School Prl«-s A large crowd attended the cook- Ing school held in the Forester hall Thursday afternoon. Prize winners were: Mrs. John Bernhard, Mrs. Henry Dontje. Marjorie Sherman, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. Mrs J. H. Welp, Sr., Mrs. Alice Guest, Mona Doleschal, Mrs. Peter Kramer, Mrs. Thos. Murphy and Mrs. Henry NageL Loren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lest er Johnson entertained ten little boys Saturday afternoon, the occasion being his ninth birthday. The Msses Bfroks and Alee Chit- lick, teachers at the Titonka high school, spent the week end with their friend, Ruth Adolphson. Mrs. Ida Adolphson and daughter, Ruth and the Misses Esther, Emma and Louise Adolphson were Sunday dinner guests at the Rossman home in Renwick. Pat Saunders and Helen Lattimer entertained at a party Monday, Ap- pril 25. Cootie was played and Elizabeth Cogley won first prize and Peggy Deitering won second. Grants' Wedding Dance A very good crowd attended the wedding dance Thursday night given In the lodge hall by Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Grant, who on Wednesday morning were married at the St. Joseph's Catholic church. Mrs. Grant was formerly Mandelian Foertsch. Shrubbery Placed On last Tuesday 79 pieces of shrubbery and trees were set out publicly In the Mayme Butts Memorial Addition to the Evergreen cemetery. Mr. Butts said work will continue on the addition. A Mr. Johnson of the Iowa extension department at Ames was in charge of the planting, being assisted by a number of men in the community. Carl Johnson was awarded the job as caretaker of the cemetery, the board having made their choice this past week. Amateur Show Nets $70 At the Auxiliary meeting held Tuesday night, Mrs. H. H. Flom was hostess. Mrs. Edna Flom, treasurer^ reported net proceeds 'rom the amateur contest held on Friday night, April 22nd, being about $70.00, which amount the group expects to spend largely for welfare work. ly invited. The Ladies' Aid are sponsoring a supper to be servei Saturday, April 30th at the church Bridge-Dance Parly Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer entertained a group of about 40 friends at a card and dance party at the lodge hall, Wednesday night. Bridge was played at four table and 500 at five tables with prizes in bridge going to Mr. and Mrs. R. C Bauer for high family prize and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, low prize. In 900 Mr. and Mrs. Eischeid won high score prize and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, low. Mrs. R. C Bauer, door prize. Mrs. J. L. Hav erly, low. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer door prize. Mrs. J. L. Haverly played for the impromptu dance for an hour following the lunch. M. E. Aid Hmteas Mesdames Pearly Haynes, Ernest Hutchinson and Vee Mullin will be hostesses at the meeting of the M, E. Ladies' Aid next Wednesday, May 1th, at the church. All are cordial- makes mere "oil-changers" take a back seat... because ONLY YOUR MILEAGE MERCHANT OIL-PLATES YOUR ENGINE Ethel Haverly has accepted employment at the E. G. Ely home. The junior-senior banquet will be held at the Algona hotel Wednesday night Word was rerelved Friday morn- Ing by John Killian that his son. Henry, near Elgin. III., had lost his hand In a corn sheller. Gordon Glddings and Mrs. Carl Hanson drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit Mrs. Giddings who is In the hospital there. Bob Moore of Burt is temporarily in charge of the Selby Produce and Fairmont cream station, replacing the late Edward Monson. Mrs. George Sheridan and son. Philip of Clear Lake spent Monday visiting here with their daughter and sister, Mrs. L. T. Root. Henry Sherman who had a bad fall down his barber shop cellar steps last week was able to continue his work again Tuesday. Mrs. Lawrence Hanson entertained the members of her Embroidery club Thursday afternoon with eight members present, some being from Algona and others from Wesley. The Study club met at the Vincent Daughan home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Aldrich led the lesson on "Women In the News" with Mrs. Erwin Olson assisting. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, her father, Henry Ricke, and sister, Mrs. R. J. Thissen returned horns Monday night from Morgan, Minn., where they visited at the Lee Ricke home. Supt. E. D. Ravlin returned home Thursday afternoon from the Kossuth hospital where he had been A full week before following an operation for the removal of his appendix. Mrs. Elmer Glawe will have charge of the lesson on Moslem Women when the Woman's For- ign Missionary society meets Friday, May 6th, at the Raymond Hansen home. Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., entertained members of her bridge club Thursday afternoon with Misses Isabel Kerrins and Ethel Braley as guests. Mrs. E. D. Ravlin received "ravel prize. Mrs. Lael T. Root entertained he members of her Every Other Week bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter was tuest and she won high prize and Mrs. Tom McMahon, second high. Mrs. Anthony Hildman's home vas the scene of a pleasant gather- ng Thursday afternoon when a ;roup of women came in to spend he afternoon with her and left gifts in remembrance of the occa- ion. Miss Carrie Bartlett, a returnej missionary from Haitang, Chinu, 6 TEACHERS AT FENTON SIGNED Two Announce They Will Not Return For Next Fall Term Honors 8 Senior* Of Whittemore at Banquet, Thursday Fenton: Six members of the Fenton public school faculty have signed contracts to return to Fentbn next year, according to G. R. Krause, president of the board of education. They are: V. J. Tatum, principal and coach; Gladys Slelch- ter, home econmoics; Ann Finn, music and English; Bernice Brown, third and fourth grades; Virginia Frank, fifth and sixth grades and Sdlth Dahl, first and second grades. 3 earl Christensen, who taught the •reventh and eighth grades and " nk Nickoley, high school instructor, have announced they will not return next year. • Lutheran Group Met The A. A. L,. of St. John's Lutheran church met last week Monday evening at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer. with Mrs. Geo. Jentz in charge of the entertainment. Five hundred was played at three tables with Geo. Jentz winning the high score prize and F F. Mueller the low. It was decide to hold a picnic in July at th Fairmont park. Luncheon wa served by Mrs. Clarence Theesflel and Mrs. A. R. Willrett. Whittemore: The junior class of the Whittemore public school, entertained the seniors and the faculty at a banquet at Emmetsburg, Thursday evening, at 6:30. Table decorations and May bas- het programs were carried out In the senior class colors of rose and gray. The program outline follows: songs by all, "In the Garden of TomclTow" 1 and "Old Fashioned Garden"; toastmaster, Harold Behnke; Our Garden, Naomi Bell; Garland of Roses, Delbert Dogotch; talk, Eileen Rochleau; Our Favor ite Flowers, Lulu Aman; talk, Pro F. J. Rochleau. The 1938 seniors are: presiden JDelbart Dogotch, vicfe president Viola Voigt, secretaryVtreasurer Imogene Wagner, Earl Aman, Hel en Hahn, Chrlstene Kenne, Annett Simpson and Norbert Zumach. bury Tuesday, April 26th. Father Theobald performed the marriage ceremony. Susie Naber accom panted Father Theobald to Mapleton. Norma Bell, secretary-treasurer Eileen Rochleau. Lulu Aman, Ells worth Heidenwith and Doris Jen nings. The faculty consists of superhi tendent. F. J. Rochford; Principal Margaret Greteman; English am Latin, Alice Kain; grades, Esther Siems; primary, Nettie Sammin. Do you need any reminder of what oil you bought? Not if it delivers smooth long mileage that you can't forget! Then here's the real big value of the little drain tag you pet from Your Mileage Merchant: lie marks it ui:h \oi:r ii::!o age today as you fhangi- to hi, , ir. --tcil Conoco Gertn Processed ml, and then \iiu i..n 1 \ p t..!ii on how far you go before you ever m . -d .:r,ot!,. r ^u.irt in your OIL-PLATtD engine. OIL-PLATING is exclusive with Conoco Gtrrr. Processed oil. The patent-guarded Cu-rni Process I., rev, li-.ii oil to "magnetize" on to the working parts in the f. nn of implanted slippy OIL-I'I AT1NG. The parts that iiie J to wear worst and make your oil "rub out" fastest, now possess this all-over, d«-ep-w;ated OIL PIATING. It can neither drain down while your engine is stopped, nor let loose in all the whirl of -4,000 revolutions a minute. Therefore OIL-PLATING, done only by Your Mileage Merchant, distinctly tells you why your Genii Processed oil and your c.;r money won't do a "disappearing act." Conlinenui Oil Company vill be the featured speaker at tho innual convention of the W. F. M. S. which will be held at Clear Lake next Wednesday. A few from here are expecting to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddings and two sons went to Renwick Sunday to visit at the Gerald Cook home. While there Rev. R. E. Cook, father ot Gerald, baptized the young Giddings boy, the little one receiving the name of Marvin William. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and three sons attended the wedding one day last week of his brother, Calvin of Algona and Regina Lcnertz at St. Joe. The Bodes also attended the funeral on Wednesday of Mrs. Henry Lichter at the St. Cecelia church in Algona. Miss Dorothy Shannahan and Miss Lortcn Johnson entertained the I,. O. W. club Tuesday night at the A. I.. Kleinpeter home with Mrs. Frank Kouba, Miss Ethel Braley and Mrs. E. D. Ravlin. as guests. Average prize went to Mrs. Joe Mickey, high to Mrs. K. D. Ravlin and low to Miss Cecelia Eisenbacher. Out of town speakers were scheduled for both the Methodist and Congregational churches, on Sunday, May 1st. At the Methodist church Rev. Zabilka of Klem- rne former missionary to India, gave a talk on the country, together with .showing of curios from India. At the latter church. Rev. Ryerson of the Uible school in Minneapolis. f,ave the morning sermon. ! Mrs. V. J. Tatum entertained he bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Anna Osborn is a patient in the Fairmont hospital since las week. Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf entertained the Missionary Study club at he; home Friday evening. The Fenton high school basebal nine was defeated Saturday after noon in a tournament game with Burt at Bancroft. The score 7 to 2. Dr. J. T. Waite and A. H. Peterson returned home Saturday from Prairie du Chein. Wis., where they took treatments at the sanitarium for rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mindeman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mindeman and Henry Mindeman all of Berney, S. D.. arrived here last week Tuesday to visit Mrs. Jake Hengel and other relatives. Herman Huskamp Was returned to the Coleman hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mr. Huskamp was a patient there several week? suffering from blood poison which caused the amputation of his right hand. He returned home Friday. Mrs. A. J. Krauae entertained a division of the Lutheran aid society at a number of quilting parties last week Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. E. J. Frank was also the hostess to a group of ladies at quilting Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Guests included Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Don Weisbrod, Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mrs. Chas. Newel, Mrs. Amos Flnnestad. Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. J. A Schwartz, Mrs. Fred Newel, Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. John Newel. Mrs. A. J. Krause and Mrs. Emma Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of St Joe spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Lehman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kollasch of Burt to Fort Dodge Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Curtisa Sheidler and Mardella and Robert spent Sunday at the F. C. Maher home In Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and son, Duane of Lotts Creek were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Meyer home at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. John Volk and Delores and Jackie were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Ludwig at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith and son, Ellsworth and Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph, were Sunday dinner guttsts at the Herman Voigt home. The M. E. Ladies' Aid held its regular meeting Thursday after- loon at the home of Mrs. Ernest Veisbrod. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. James Crawford and Mrs. Maurice Mallory. Vernon Kramer was chore boy on Saturday evening and Sunday at the Eugene Thuls west of Ottosen Mrs. George Thul arrived home Saturday after a 5-week visit with relatives in South Dakota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Herman IIIg attended the wedding of Edward Derksen at Mapleton Tuesday, April 26th at Danbury Towa. Sister M. Amelia oft Dubuque arrived here Saturday to visit with relatives and to attend the first mass of Rev. Nicholas J. Becker on May 4th at ten o'clock. David Thul, four months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul of Ottosen, was cared for by his grandmother, Mrs. John Thul, while his parents were In Sioux City Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips and sons, Raymond and Francis from CJaremont, Minn., visited wlch relatives here Sunday and at the Clarence Kramer home near Algona and the James Becker home near Llvermore. Mrs. Ed Besch of Whittemore and James Reding from Algona were accompanied to Rochester, Minn- Sunday by Will Reding and daughter, Pearl and Alfred Reding from here to visit with Mrs. Will Red-' ing and Mrs. James Reding. Mrs. M. A. Saunders has been on the sick list the past week. She was suffering from lumbago. 2 Lu Verne Naval Recruits on Leave Lu Verne: Lowell Shultz, son of the late Lew Shultz, who has been stationed at the Great Lake Naval training station the past four months, is here on a ten day furlough visiting his aunt, Mrs. Arthur Ramus and many relatives In Livermore. He will return to the Great Lakes station May 1 and will leave there for San Diego, Calif,, May 11. He will then take up some line of special study. La Vaughn RIley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlley, formerly of Lu- Verne, a cousin of Lowell, has been at the same naval station the past three months. Both boys are much taken up with navy life. The Louis Lowmans, Jr., spent Sunday with the Arthur Alexanders. 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Be Club Leader For Coming Year | I.uVrinc: The meeting day of the I I ucMlay dul> last week happened Ir > fall on the birthday of the lii-te..,, Mrs. Albert Ct-nrich. so Hit- presentation of a ^ift from th ( dub Icj her and th,; seiving of a I birthday cake by her weie indtid- ! id m the afternoon's program. Mi v Wm. Kllis had a paper or tin ,ubje.t "I>oes Civilization Need Religion 1 '" In the business meeting al whirh the vice pre.sul.-nl. Mi.-. 1'eter Thompson presided. Mi i. Krcd Meikle was elected president for iie.-:t year; Hulda KriUemeier, vice president and Anna VVoito. KIV- leLary and treasurer. Mrs. Harvey Nelson was a guest. Honor Keeent Bride Mrs. Howard Ulfers, Algona. :i recent bride, was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower, on Thursday afternoon al the community hull. The shower was gjv en by hre sisters, Mrs Dwight Hardgrove. Algona, and Mrs. Com MarHherson. About ,'i. r > friend i of Mrs. Ulfers, who was Koscna Haj- ton previous to her marriage, wcie present and presented their gifst and well wishes to the bride. Out of town guests included Mrs. I) '' Hundley and Mary, We it Heiid. Mrs. James Ulfers and daughter o' Algona Miss Atha Hurilgi ovv. Mrs. Ralph Brown and Dorothy and Jennie Lund, Algona. I.uVerne School Activities When the first of May rolls ar ound. school activities begin to increase in number. The progra.'ii as planned now include the junior Senior banquet. May ti; academic tests. May 9 10, "Black Magic" senior play. May 16; baccalaureate sermon, llev. Harvey Nelson, May 15; graduation address. W. R. Hamilton. Mason City. May 18; Class Night, May 19; school picnic, May ^u. There arc twenty in the grad uating class. A book review of the Rising Tide of Color by Lothrop Stoddard given by Mrs Irvin Chapman furnished the basis of the program of the Progressive Woman's club Kresensky's Call 144 [far COWNIES BONDED MESSENGER 16' with *1.25 GIRDLES Pre-shrunk in THREE LENGTHS Name your height: there's a "Per-Fit" length In this porous weave two-way stretch lastex to suit you. Mention your waist-size: there are small, medium and large models for equally "Per-Fit" fit Demand good smooth lines: here's "Per-Fit" comfort. As for the price: you'll be delighted to get so much value—for so little. $1.2,V Garterless pantle for sports or formal in the same cool porous two-way stretch eyelet weave. Small, medium or large waist-sizes. (1.25. Kresensky's Senior Class Play "SPRING DANCE" A 3-nct coinedy I (J Philip Harry g H. S. AUDITORIUM | FRIDAY, MAY 6th 1 s:UO P. M. Admission, 20«- for students, 30 for adults. £= Tickets <m reserve at James Dm* Store May 5 and 0 || H This is the most recent comedy ever offered In Algona. Was on Broadway 18 H = months ago, and was given by Grlnnell college and Iowa University in the past = =s few months. ^ 55 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Styled with Swing and Rhythm It will donee its w<jy right into your heart — will make you want to say things backwards It'll make you want to dance in circles. It'll make your feet light, with its big, balloon sleeves and the pleated skirt will mv ; te * gay pirouette. The blouse i« sheer voile., and the skirt is smart pique. Kresensky's Who Will Be The Lucky Kossuth County Girl? 17 Days - 8,000 miles - All Expenses Paid Watch The Algona Newspapers for Details!
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