The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1938 · Page 2
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FENTONTOCUT FACULTY BY ONE Economy Move Reduces Grade School Teachers to Only Three Fenton: Fenton's public school faculty for the 1938-39 term will consist of five high school instructors, the same as the pa»t year but only three in the grades, one less than this year. This action was taken to reduce expenses and because of the small enrollment in the grades which can be successfully handled by three instructors. Grade instructors for next year are Edith Dahl, Bernice Brown and Virginia Frank. meeting it was also learn structor, the faculty for next year is complete. Frank Nlckoley, who had charge of the band this year, did not wish to return. Under Observation The two year old daughter of Mr. and Krs. Allan Ballinger was taken to Iowa City Wednesday for examination and treatment She has not been well since birth. Orade Oprre.iA Given "Honey Pirates", operetta presented by the grade pupils of the public school, was given Friday evening to a large audience. Solos and group singing, colorful costumes and settings featured the operetta, which was under the direction of Miss Anna Finn, music Instructor. The gate receipts amounted to approximately $38. j JTheAlgona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 10, 1S38 News Items of Wesley Vicinity CIn*R Visits Industries Coach Badcfeley and Lawrence Youngworth took the members of the senior class to Mason City lasi Friday for a tour of the city. They visited many places of interest including the sugar beet factory, the ice cream factory, the brick and tile factory, the Globe-Gazette and many more. After supper they attended a show. ed that Supt M. E. Otterness would return to Fenton again next year. With the exception of a band in- At Silver Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and nmily nnd Mr. and Mrs. Herman 3ade and family attended a silver wedding anniversary at the Otto Bell home near Whittemore In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Will Roeber who races A new and original idea in ring selection Choice of three engagement rings 1 in three different widths... a nar- j row, a medium and a wide... yet each design and width harmonizing with the one diamond wedding ring, making a perfect ring ensemble. We particularly stress the ex| tremely low price for such quality I rin gs. Center diamond and 10 side diamonds in engagement rings . . . 7 diamonds in the wedding ring. Price $130 1 he Pair For Graduation - Gruen, Elgin and Hamilton Watches Win Bread Baking Mrs. J. F. Lorenz won first prize, i 49-lb. sack of flour and Mrs. P. C. Haynes won third, a 10-Ib. sack of flour In the bread-baking contest at the A. M. Kunz store recently Plans Farm Building Mr. and Mrs. Al Richtmeler and J. V. Richtmeier and Maurice of Iowa Falls were here last Wednesday looking after farm interests. Al intends to build on his farm land south of here with the expectations of moving here soon. At K. C. Initiation Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, J. P. Studer, E. M. Olson, John Meuhe, Urban and Dennis Lickteig, Richard Youngworth, Thomas A. McMahon and A. M. Kunz attended the Knights of Columbus initiation held at Algona Sunday, May 1. Emergency Operation Duane Sherman, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman, underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis last Wednesday eve* nlng at the Kossuth hospital. He is a member of the senior class. Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Richardson won travel prize. Guy M. Butts and John Hutchison attended the dstrlct bankers' meeting at Spirit Lake, Wednesday. Mrs. LeRoy Klelnpeter returned from the Mercy hospital at Mason City Thursday. She had a minor operation. Mrs. R. J. Thlssen of Algona visited several days last week with her father, Henry Ridce, and her sister, Mrs. George Goetz. The house purchased by Mrs Barbara Schrauth from Alice Loebig recently, Is being redecorated Inside this week by Earl Punk. Henry Swanson's young son, Eugene was rushed to the Mason City hospital Sunday, May 1, where he was operated on for appendicitis. Luella Waldschmldt and June Elaverly accompanied the Brit! ilgh school girls' glee club to Iowa City to take part in the state music festival. Lester Metille, Sylvester Kelch, Hugo Kelch, Julius Kelch, Ernest Kelch, and Harry Unger visited at the George Kelch home last Wednesday evening-. H. J. Sherman was elected alter- ' nate delegate to the state conven- ton of Master Barbers association at the county meeting at Bancroft last Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Meuhe drove to Morgan, Minn., Thursday to attend the anniversary dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth. Mrs. Sisenbarth was Clara Hildman and hey were married here ten years Rotariam Hear Battery Expert Frank A. Allen of Chicago, guest of Tom Kemls, spoke to th members of the Rotary club, Mon day noon, on the subject of storag batteries. Despite the dry title, Mr. Allen offered an unusual story of use other than for motor ears, to which storage batteries are put About 30 Rotarlans and thel wives are planning on attending a Charter Night celebration at Brltt, Wednesday, when the new Brit club will be formally taken into the organization. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray spent Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of last week in Des Moines. Mr. Murray attended a grain dealers convention there Monday. BORCHARDT'S were married 25 years ago at double wedding. Mr. Bel] is a brother of Mrs. Roeber and Mrs Bell is a sister of Mr. Roeber. Dinner at Call Park Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Haase ant family of Woolstock and Mrs. Carrie Haase and daughter. Pearl and son. Gail of Algona, the Herman Gade family and Clifford Haase of Fenton and Ear! Haase of Bancroft met at the Call Park, Algona, Sunday for n family dinner. 2 Hours of Pain Dennis Hendrickson, farmer west of Fenton suffere'S! severe pain on Tuesday. While using a pitch fork he ran a sliver two Inches long into his right hand between the first two fingers. It took a doctor two hours to remove the silver. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrctt entertained the Henry Berghofer fnmily at dinner Sunday. The Willing Workers club held its regular meeting Saturday afternoon. April 30th at the Aibin Nelson home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Schumacher and son, Harold of Whittemore, were entertained at the Ben Luedtke home Sunday, May i. The Fairville Lutheran Aid so ciety met Thursday afternoon -it the Martin Hantelman home with Mrs. William Hantelman as hostess, Mrs. Frank Ebxler and Mr. H Fred Erickson of St. Benedict Cut Badly By Blade St. Benedict: Fred Erickson had the misfortune to get his foot cut quite severely while sharpening a spade nt the blacksmith shop. It caught on the emery wheel In some manner and jerked out of his hand, the edge hitting his foot and cutting his shoe open and injuring his foc| Several st|tches were required to close the wound. You Can Get Some Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Many farmers ordered enough Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn to plant their entire intended corn acreage. Due to the reduction program of the AAA fanners are planting less corn. This makes some Pioneer available for sale. Get your order In now before the supply Is all gone. Write or Call Me WALTER VACDT LOUIS GRETNERT Whittemore KOSCOE MAWD8LEY Hurt, Iowa 17-18* -_ — -T-—led "a ten o'cloc. luncheon at the Seeley home north of Whittemore last week Wednesday. The Fenton Lutheran Aid society met in the church basement Wednesday with Mrs. Everett Drcycr mid Mrs. Minnie Dreyer as host- t-o.ses. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyer and Mr-i. A. K Meyer and daughter, Lizzie u-cnt to Fort Dodge Thursday v.-here Mr. Meyer took medical treatment. .1. M. Xotdahl. Fenton barber, -•:. named as one of the delepite.-i to the state Master Barbers' con- vmtinn at. a meeting held in Bancroft la::t v.-eclc Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tiny fh; isehilles and th-j F. F. Schroeder family v.-ere entertained .Sunday, May 1. ai the Henry Schroeders near Lone Rock j,, honor of Henry .Schroeder's Birthday anniversary. • Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Water'• i itcd th< ir daughter. Mr.-i I ('allahan at Ames last week I ay to Tuc day and from th«>r.- to Storm Lake to attend a of Methodist p.-i.-tors. and Mi.,. Kenneth Uollinger d at .Sunday dinner. Mav K.I •fid Take Grade Exam* The eighth grade pupils were at Algona Thursday for their final examinations. They are Alvin Recker, DonaH Johnson, Henry Eisenbnrth, Jimmie Kunkel, Vincent Seller and Stella May Meyer. Mildred Helen also belongs to the •lass but has not been able to attend school for some time on account of being 111 with asthma. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson attended the funeral of Mrs. Hoitz- bauer at Algona Thursday. Sister Arsenia consulted a doctor because of an infection on her check and was informed that a wasp had stung her. They are very numerous this year. Father Arndorfer of Charter Oak spent Monday and Tuesday with his brother* * — • •• Now bujld a sfocfc tight fence as low as $10.00 por mile. One strand of used barbed wire on light slakes holds tiiem lika steel and concrete. A tremendous saving. Safe six-volt batteries last many months and give sting that stops them. Call for demonstration HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf A GRADUATION GIFT in the romance of the ages IN THE HEROIC DAYS ol chivalry and knight-errantry, a girl's hope chest was built by the most skilled cabinetmaker the family purge could afford, Week*, sometimes months, were taken by this combined artist, designer, carver, and finisher to build the chest And the girl, taught to sew, to spin, to weave, took yean to fill her hope chest with precious things for that happy day when she would start a home of her own. today LANE, the glorified modem hope chest, brings the hope chest to its richest significance. More beautiful than those of any other age, the LANE: Hope Chest provides absolute moth protection and features found in no- other cedar chest. Parents, brothers, sisters—come in and see this ideal gift LANE HOPE CHEST THE IAN1 ALICE FATE CHEST r*r Fmz SMI Foster Furniture Co, vent j i ally I Mr. in'- it 1 Mi-. ATnv liriihi/and son 'lii Mr and Mr,, diri, Meyer FAMOUS FOR CLEAN REST ROOMS S ir.oe the early days of motoring... STANDARD OIL DEALERS 'offer still greater convenience and protection for Motoring Travelers (.n Wail, r of Whitteinolf "Ml Mi Otto Wji htcndahl and f thiilv 'i"l I-Mhcr ai.d Milton fjeiuenaii- er of Whittemore. -M:-. and Mi>. K. A. Huskami, went to Iv., Mom,-, Friday fo,- .,„ "Vcr m;:hi vi.-it with their .,i,n ir.- l-i'.v and daughter Mr. and Mr:, We-ley Witter. .Saturday. Mrs Hu-kani|, left 1> L -: Moines for Chi ' ->i4<>. when.- she will visit h.-r daughter.-. Bertha Huskanip ami Mrs. J M.ir.-hall Hi-nhn for ten days. She will al.-o attend the concert presented by the Chicago .Symphony or- ehiati-H, Sunday afternoon, in which her daughter plays the cello. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weishrod and family of Fenton. Mr. and Mr:,. K. A Weishrod and daughter, Mar/ Alice of Whittemore, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Charles l.ovejoy ,-,iid daughter, Mary Lou all of Ayrshire and Frances Hend licksen of Kingsted were entertained at a family dinner Sunday, May 1. at the Ben Weisbrod home in Kmmetsburg. After dinner they were joined by the George Mienke family of Fenton and the Clurerice K'ohl.-tedt family of Ayrshire, and all enjoyed a picnic at Lost Island Fatl Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickaon and children, Mrs. Carrie Erickson Mrs. Ben Dorr and Ralph nnd Dennis drove to Bancroft Wednesday to visit relatives there. Mrs. Mary McKemnn, Mrs. J. T. nnd Oswald Lallier, Mr.-;. Ore,; Slmler and Agatha Fnshender drove to Staeyville to spend the day there with Irene Fashender and Mr. nnd Mis. Matt Fasbender. Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner nnd I'tugliter, Mr. and Mrs. Math Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorf- r were invited guests at the Rev. Beckers' initial Mass nnd reccp ion Wednesday at St. Joe. Father I.effelholz of Mount Car- 1111. spent Monday and Tuesday night at the August Fehrs. He attended the first mass of Rev. Linus F.isenhacher of Wesley and Rev Hi- kcr of .St. Joe. Father Kramer of heie also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel. Mr. ml Mrs. Dan FroehlU-h, Mrs. Gre-j •'uider, Mrs. John Preushl, Mrs. ivii Iiorr, Wilnia Arend, Mrs. Har- iid Heniger, Mrs. Alvin Rosen- H-IVer, Mrs. Francis .Stcphen-on !' <:hirt»n. all attended the Fir,t M-r-- at Wesley of KeV. Kiselihach- er Tiuiday morning. '••'he I ; ortl.md Peppy Pals held a l.aiie and candy hale Saturday at ine .Small department store in Burl and i lea r <.d S«. This was added to then- «|:jb /uiid for a trip to the lakes. Can't Sleep, Gas Presses an Heart Mr \Vfjodruw Lowry says: "Stomach (las boi ileied my heart bo I cuul.m'i sleep. The tir.^t dose of AlJLKPJKA relieved the stomach «as. .Vow 1 .-an L -at ., U c-h things as kieaii:-. oiuoi:., or tomatoes without dislres:,." When i lo^Ked bowels c.auc mi-, c pi t .--si!ie, Kiia bloating. Muinach |,,',in>. indigestion, bad head.i.-he;, ,1- slei-plcsi nights, get AI.UKKIKA The hrst duae usuai ly i'e!ie\e:, stoiaacii K as and con itiputioii. Thorough action yet doe., not ynpc. K. VV. Lusby, Drug- BEST VALUES AND SECURITY KIKE I-NSIKAME M'TOMOHILE I.NSIKAME LIKE INSURANCE KEAL ESTATE SALES REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT REAL ESTATE LOANS JOEL M. HEBBST Office: Over Iowa State Bank Phone U3 Opening FIREMEN'S DANCE Fenton, Iowa FRIDAY, MAY 13 Mukiv By PAUL MOORHEAD and his orchestra iJunci-s at Kenton every week This Summer under sponsorship of the Fire De- H KRE, sir, is the bright particular star of the automotive year: a car to make you proud and happy — you can prove that anywhere on the highway these bright May days. In it, you can know luxury in your travels and still not over-strain your budget! Fact is, you feel like a million just sitting in thisBuick! And you know you're commanding the tops in power the first time you give its eager PYNAFLASH engine the gun I At the wheel you feel the buoyant steadiness that is TORQIJE.FREB SPBINGING-S special gift to motoring-the firm, fleet readability of a car that's beautifully poised in all its going. There's no "hop" on this fast one. It doesn't "gallop" or bounce or pitch. Its soft stout coiled steel springs let the wheels follow the road-rise to the swells, dip to the hollows-yet pa89 none of that lively up-and- down on to the body. You travel level as a straightedge, thrill to knnt" 8m C 0t 5 P r Cr that ' 8 C » uick a8 ^taing -know a kind of travel-comfort that neither road nor weather mars. Yet what are th« facU on costs r This great straight-eight actually costs h,s than some sixes! Pnce almost any other car, and by the tame you've added in the extra value. included in Buick's figures, you've ak Uor yo?! or caa So don't sit idly wishing for a star! Reach up -get this one! We're ready to show you any day it costs less than you think. X KLASSIE MOTOR CO Fho«. 714 Algo««, T« WMT TO TUBE TOTO OIB CM7 n n „„ „,„,

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