The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 10,1938 BURT SENIORS HAVE ACTIVE WEEKS AHEAD Class Play Wednesday, and Junior- Senior Banquet Friday Burt: The senior claas play, '"Shake Hand* with Mar.inr" a farco ' mystery, will be presetv.i'd in the high school auditorium Wednesday evening, Mqy 11. Tha oast will Include Juno P.nsh, Mo,'-;' Anh Smith, Arlene Patterson, Ruth Thompson, Bernlece Saatoff, Virginia Trenary, Lulu Dugan, Harold Weiske, Clarence Riddle, John Miller, Floyd Stott and Ranney Leek. The Junior-senior banquet is scheduled for Friday, May 13. Th>9 baccalaureate services will be Sunday evening, Mayy 22, and com mencement will be May 28. W. Earl Hall, managing editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, will deliver the commencement address. Albert Anderson New 4-H Head For Swea, Eagle Swea-Eagle: The Swea-Eagle 4-H club girls and boys, members of the beef and poultry club, met at the home of Wallace and Morris Johnson a week ago last Monday evening. Election of officers, for the coming year was as follows: Albert Anderson, president; Clifford McGregor, vice president; Mavis Swanson, secretary and treasurer. Plans of the year's wotk were discussed. Study Music Record* The Swea Spirit 4-H girls' club met at the home of their leader, Mrs. F,mll Larson last Friday evening. Miss Lucille Pepoon, county home demonstration agent of Algona, brought the phonograph and this year's music records. The evening was spent in study of club music and plans for rally day were made. Lunch was served by the hostess. At O. E. S. Meeting A number of Burt people, attended the O. E. S. group meeting at Algona last Tuesday evening. Among them were Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mr*. M, L. Vlnaas, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Mrs. C. H. Schroeder, Jennie Thompson, Mrs. E. E. Paine and Lulu Hawcott Representatives of Kossuth chapter, who took part in the meeting were Mrs. Ed Frederlckson, Bancroft, and Lulu Hawcott, worthy matron. In State Contest Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and daughter, Mary Ann, Etna Baars and Marian Hoppe went to Iowa City Thursday, where Mary Ann sang In the state music contest being held there. Other members of the girls' glee club, which also sang, left early Friday morning. Others taking cars were G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. Earl Miller and son, John. Hugh McDonald, Supt. M. C. Bowie and G. W. Patterson. * Kahler Infant Dies Elmer, three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kahler, died at the home of his parents last Tuesday morning from lymphatic leukemia. F. O. Stow was confined to his home with illness the past week. Mrs. Virgil Schrader entertained the sewing circle last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained the Hi-Low bridge club Thursday afternoon. Entertains H. 8. Class Betty Anderson was hostess at her home last Monday evening to the Swea City High School Latin club. A program wai given by the members after which Betty's mother, Mrs. Art Anderson, served lunch. Bloimters to New Home Ma. a'nd Mrs. Virgil Blomster have finished Improvements on their farm home west of Swea City and moved onto the farm this week. The Blomsters have a store In Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Nagle live in the tenant house on the farm and Mr. Nagle does the farm work. G-MAN TALKS TO FEDERATION LADIES HAY 3 t County Group Guests of Fenton, Lakota and Swea City Miss Alice Olaus of Fentnn was an over night guest of June Larson last Tuesday. Mrs. Nets Madsen. Mrs. Peter Madson and Richard Magnussen of East Chain, Minn., visited last week Tuesday at the Frank Isaacson home. The Eagle Ladles' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Irvln Link, Tuesday, May 10. Her assisting hosteses arc Mrs. Ernest Larson and Mrs. Hnrley Hoeck. After the business meeting a program will be given. Miss Alice Glaus and pupils of District No. 5, Miss June Larson and pupils of District No. 3, and Miss Myrtle Holcomb and pupils enjoyed a "Play Day" at the school of Miss Alice Dahl in District No. 2 last Friday. Pupils enjoyed relays and games. The boys had n ball game while the younger pupils played other games. Fenton: The Kossuth county Federation of Woman's clubs met on Tuesday, May 3, at an all da'y meeting In the Fenton Methodist church with the Fenton, Lakota and Swea City clubs as hostesses. Mrs. H. R Woodward, Kossuth county j chairman presided and the following program was given: 11:00— business meeting; 12:00 noon- luncheon wltfc music furnished by the Fenton high school orchestra: 1:30 p. m.—address by Mrs. A. D. Wlese, Des Molnes, district chairman; 2:00 p. m.—address by L. M. Chlpman, special agent and bead of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, field division of Iowa; violin solo, Anna Finn, Fenton; Mrs. Ladd of Des Molnes conducted a club institute. Miss Olive Budlong, who was the essay winner, read her essay. This contest was sponsored by the clubs of the county. Seventy attended and clubs represented were Titonka, Burt, Algona, rural clubs, Algona, Swec. City, LuVerne and Lakota. Truck Firm Pays $1,372.50 License Fees After Case An unusual aftermath of a Just- Ice court case here has resulted in the issuing of additional truck licenses to the Brady Transfer Co., of Fort Dodge, amounting to $1,372.50. Several weeks ago, a Brady truck was stopped by the highway patrol and the driver charged with overloading a semi-trailer and truck. He was fined $100. with $75 to be suspended upon correction of the license classification. In n notice received by Justice P. A. Danson from the county treasurer of Webster county, it was found thai nine trucks of the Brady line had to be reclasslfied, and additional licenses issued for them, resulting In payment of the $1.372.50 for the raising of the classification. Seneca Mixer Club At ClaMon Home Seneca: The Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Irvln Classon, Wednesday afternoon, May 4. Mrs. Howard Richards, Mrs. Jens Petersen and Ruby Paulsen won prises for games and contests during the afternoon. Girls' K-BaU Victory The Seneca high school girls' klttenbatl team went to Rlngsted Monday afternoon and defeated the Rlngsted girls by a score of 16 to 7. The Seneca high school boys- baseball team went to Fenton on Tuesday afternoon and met the Fenton • boys. The Seneca boys were defeated. Burt friends received word last week of the death of Mrs. Silas Harris of Cedar Rapids, a former Burt resident and a cousin of Mrs. J. P. Stow and E. E. Paine. Mrs. Fessler and daughter, Ruth of near Depew spent Tuesday at the Elmer Lee home. Eldon L»e returned home with them for several day's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Paulsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl and family spent Wednesday evening at the Irvin Classon home and helped Mr. Classon celebrate his birthday. LUVERNE NEWS account of the annual school picnic May 20, th* next meeting will be held May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal visited the Earl Neals at Clarion last week. Doris Elaine Is the name selected for the daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston Inst week Tuesday. Mesdames Ray Stone, J. L. Lichty. S. R. Baker and Miss Hilda Frltzmeler attended the county club meeting at Fenton last week Tuesday. • Rev. E. R. Walter wns at LeMars last week attending the state conference of the Evangelical church. Esther Merkle attended as law delegate. In the essay contest sponsored bv the postmasters for observation of Air Mall Week, first place was nw- arded to Rlchnrd Brink and second to Doris Eggleston. Plans for a society picnic to be held May 22, were made at the meeting of the Lutheran young people last Tuesday. Delmer nnd Arlle Goetsch served refreshments. Mesdames Milton Worby. Emllie Pergande nnd Miss Lena Warmbler will be hostesses to the LuVerne Cemetery Association at the community hall Thursday afternoon. Frank and Harold Becker are at present diligently digging in a fox den, results to be announced later. J. P. Trunkhill is slowly improving after a recent set back when It was at first thought necessary to return him to the hospital. Mrs, Ted Rlngsaorf nnd Mrs. Tom Trenary attended a 4-H training school at Bancroft Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ringsdorf is leader of the Portland girls' club. Violet and Edward Long, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long are both ill. Violet with streptococcus sore throat and Edward with the same disease and glandular fever. Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch entertained at a 8:30 dinner last week Monday night. Guests were Mr. nrid Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mr. and Mra. Roy Anderson, Burt; Mrs. B. A. Nolle. Gerhard Wlttkopf. and Dcl- bert Schuler, all of Algonn. Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Trenarys were: the Herb Trenary family, Ledyard; Mrs. Paul Mulligan and children, Bancroft; the Ray Smith family, Emll Penrson family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and son. Eldon. all of Burt: also Edw. Trainer. Jim Crawford and Joe Carter, Burt. FOR SALE Frank Weber Estate Two well improved quar- tprs of good level land. One unimproved 80 acres. SEE Alvin Weber, LuVerne Henry Weber, Corwith 18* Open Mite Boxes The annual opening of mite boxes was held at the meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church at the home of Mrs. H. E. Pelt2ke, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. T. Davidson, Mrs. Harry Ltchty, Mrs). R. C. Surby, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. John Brink and Mrs. H. A. Nelson presented a playlet about mite boxes. May Day Breakfast Mrs. Bernard Wolf and Mrs. Irvr In Chapman were hostesses to the J. J. club at a May breakfast at the Wolf home, Friday morning. Bunco was played with Mrs. H. D. Meyer winning high score and Mrs. Edw. Hof, low. Out of town gsests were Mrs. Barbara Mosly and Mrs. Wm. Heftl, both from Goldfleld. On TAILORED SUITS for Men and Women Enjoy the thrill of wearing a suit that is made to your measurements. You can be sure It will fit, nnd you will always feel well dressed. CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers Change of Office Location Hcrausc of the necessity to provide Vulditional room for patients at tlie General Hospital, our offices will now be located on the ground floor of the Sawyer Blclp.. at <> East State St., Ala, Towa. Dr. W. D. Andrews Dr. S. W. Meyer Hospital Phone 18 Office Phone 187 Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Burt News a)x<^ "^i I IS IT? WHY SOME KOSSUTH GIRL To Hollywood WILL GET AN 8,000 MILE To Chicago TRIP FREE 18 Big Days! Watch Algoua Newspapers for Complete Detaik Carol Relmers is ill with the mumps at this time. Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and daughter, Ruth, spent Thursday at the R. A. Bartlett home in Whlttemor». "Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace, Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf and the S. HS. ^Ifl^tjrSOlfaSiiJiBipafc^j.-Miit.htt.rii' Mr. and Mr*. H. E. Rachut attended a farewell party for the wife of a former Lutheran pastor at Titonka last Wednesday evening. About 15 attended the county postmasters' association meeting, which was held at the home of Mrs. Maude Hanna last Tuesday evening. The Wm. Spears, Elkton, Minn , spent a week ago Sunday at the H. A Salisbury home. Mrs. Spear and Mr. Salisbury arc sister und Drother. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ames of Oakes. N. D. came Friday for a couple of weeks' visit at the P. N. Sarchett home. Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Sar- shett are sisters. Mrs. J. T. Heaney went to Kiester, Minn., Friday and brought home Mr. Heaney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heaney, for a few days' visit here. The Burt Savings Bank was closed last Wednesday while H. E. Ra- chut, J. T. Heaney and Verne Lovstad attended a group banker.-.' meeting at Spencer. Mrs. C. H. Schrader will entertain the Legion Auxiliary at its monthly sewing meeting Wednesday afternoon. The birthday circle will meet Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. L. A. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. O. H, Graham and Mrs. M. M. Chlp- man attended the county Federation of Woman's clubs meeting at Fenton last week Tuesday. Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter, Eugenia, went to Des Moines last Wednesday and visited Mr. Staehle who is a patient at the Veterans' hospital. They found Mr. Staehle getting along nicely. The Misses Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney spent the week end with Miss Warner's cousin, Mrs. Laura Mantor, at Cedar Falls. Mrs. J. H. Graham accompanied them as far as Webster City, where she visited relatives. Mrs. Rose ScHryver, who has been at the G. J. F. Vogel home for the past two or three months, has completed her work there and visited last week at the P. N. Sarchett home. She is now visiting Mra. Elizabeth Patterson. Mrs. Henry Veerkamp, Sioux Falls, S. D., Mrs. Rose Barto and Dora Bierstedt, Algona, spent Wednesday at the E. C. Bierstedt home. Mrs. Veerkamp is Mr. Bierstedt's cousin, and Mrs. Barto and Miss Bierstedt are his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thavea went to Davenport Saturday, where they spent the week end with Mr* Thaves' brother. Her mother, Mrs. Louise Schmidt, who had spent the winter with her son, came home with them for an extended visit. H. W. Man us Jast week purchased the Mrs. Ellen Hanna residence in south Burt. The house is arranged for two families and the Ted Collinson and George Munus families will occupy the bouse. The H. W. Manus family do not plan to move into their new home. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson went to Inwood Saturday, where they attended the wedding of Dr. Bahn son's twin brother, John. Edna Button, Fort Podge, spent Friday night with toe Bahnsons and accompanied them to the wedding 4auc4 Lurana Wessel also accompanied them to luwood, where she visited relatives. TO ATTEND THE EVENT OF .AN INTERESTING DEMONSTRATION 1 ' IIM[ '^^^^^^^^aftlHim^S^KsS^^^KSKSf^^^f^^^^^^if^j^f^^f- Here are the dates: Friday and Saturday May 13 and 14 THE SEASON ON HOME DECORATING FACTORY EXPERT will gladly advise you on color schemes —show the wonderful results which can be obtained with the amazing New Mirrolac Enamel. WHILE DEMONSTRATION IS IN PROGRESS AND SO FAR AS TIME PERMITS, WE WILL GLADLY REFINISH TOYS AND SMALL OBJECTS ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE. Here's a real opportunity to get a lot of valuable suggestions and free instructions on home decorating. The young lady who will conduct this demonstration has been trained to help homeowners who want to add a bit of color and cheerfulness to their surroundings. For major painting jobs we naturally recommend you engage a skilled painter. But there are so many little things which add a lot to the appearance of your home and which you can easily do yourself. Don't fail to take advantage of this opportunity. SPRUCE UP M1RR OLAC receive hard wear. The mirror-smootn BurfaceofMirrolaccan stand a lot of abuse. Material needed for a •mail table — amounts to /Htf about ....... fcM* I v* SHAPES You wul P«rt»bly find just the color you are lookingfor.Onthecther Sand/all colors can be intermixed so the range of shades is unlimited. A good size bureau can he finished with Mirro- lac for about BEAUTIFULLY IN ONE COAT Exceptwhendoingoyer very dark surfaces with a light color, one coat usually produces a per- feet finish. % Alltheenamelyouneea foranaverage —• chair costs about ••v^— MIRROLAC IS WASHABLE The lustrous finish ol Mirrolac Enamel is not affected by hot or cold water..-can be washed over and over again. A most practical paint for woodwork in kitchens and bathrooms. WE AKE OPEN SATUEDAY EVENINGS Botsf ord Lumber Co. Plume 256 Jim WE'LL GLADLY DEMONSTRATE Let us show you the bending test which proves this enamel will not chip or crack. Let us show you that alcohol splashed on the surface evaporates and does no damage. Try the "Touch Test" yourself—it proves Mirrolac is the smoothest finish you've ever seen. IT TOOK YEARS TO DEVELOP THIS ENAMEL De voe has been making fine paints since 1754—the oldest Paint company in America. But in developing the new improved Mirrolac De - voe chemists have set a new high standard. We honestly believe it's the finest enamel you can buy—regardless of price.
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