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SENIOR CLASS GETS DIPLOMAS AT LONE ROCK txme Rock: Commencement exercises were held last Monday evening at the school auditorium. The following- program was given: processional, Mrs. Donald Blanchard' invocation, Rev. T. D. Arends; song, girls' sejrtette; introduction of the speaker, Supt. V. V. Prye; address, Prof. Roy L. Abbott, Cedar Falls, on "Where Do We Go from Here"; presentation of class, V. V. Frye: presentation of diplomas, L W. Nelson; boys' trio, Lone Rock high; benediction, Rev. Arends. Teacher Given Shower A miscellaneous shower was given In honor of Blanche Henriksen, fifth and sixth grade instructor, on The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1938 Burt Club Will Sponsor Syphilis Film this Week , last Wednesday evening at the Burt: The Burt Woman's club have made arrangements to have a representative of the Iowa State Department of Health come to Burt Wednesday, May 18, who will ehow films on syphilis and give a talk on that disease. The film wi be shown at eight o'clock In th high school auditorium. On Thurs day morning the same speaker wi! talk to the high school boys am (n the afternoon he will addres the girls. Birthday—Mrs. Bleich Mrs. R. A. Bleich was surprisec last Tuesday evening to have a group of friends come to help her celebrate her birthday. The following attended the affair: the Messrs Spectator or player . . . to get the most enjoyment from your favorite sport you must get the best performance from your eyes. Good form calls for good vision. Only a thorough examination discloses trie truth about vour eyes. Let us advise you. A. W. Amunson Optometrist Over Borchardts find Mesdames P. W. Kollasch, H. E. Rachut. E. C. Schwietert, Walter Faulstirh, H. R. Bussie, G. W. Bleich, Julius Bans and Mrs. Bertha Koestler. Estel Was Lucky! The Presbyterian church was redecorated the past week, while doing this work. Estel Rentz fell 13 feet from a ladder. He was unhurt except for a few bruises. Mrs. James Christiansen >vill entertain the Fortnightly club next Friday afternoon. lone Moyer spent the end of last week with her friend, Luclle Fisher, at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle were business visitors at Whittemore Friday. Joe Graham spent a few days last week at Fort Dodge, where he visited an old college friend. Bud In- grnm. Dorothy Dacken. who is employed in Chicago, came Friday to visit her parent.-?, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Dacken. The E. E. Paines are remcdelin the Stow house, which they recent ly bought. Fred Lavrenz is doing the work. Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther enter tained the Birthday cicle Thursday afternoon. AH sixteen member were present Mrs. F. L. Pratt returned Thurs day from Ellsworth, where she hat spent a few days with her mother Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton. Mrs. Lester Clement returned to her home at Ames Tuesday after visiting since Sunday with her mother, Mrs. C. H. Blossom. Mrs. Rose Schryver left Friday evening for Denver, Colo., whore she will spend some weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ellen Bium. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel at:ended a wedding dancs at Whtt- :emore Friday evening, for Mr; and Mrs. P. G. Rink, •"andel's niece. Mrs. Rnik is Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heancy re- .urned to their home at Kiester, Minn., Monday evening, after pending a few days at the home of heir son, J. T. Heaney. Mrs. A. F. Carter was hostess to he Lutheran Aid society Thursday ifternoon. The Walther Leattue net the same evening with Alvina nd Albert Haase entertaining. The Rev. J. M. Doms was speak- r at a meeting of the Prebsyterian Men's club at Algona Thursday evening. K. J. Smith, J. T. Heaney and H. A. Thompson accompanied him. The Cecil Godfredsuns went to Swea City Friday and spent the week end at the N. M. Gotlfrodson home. Mrs. Godfredson and the children remained until Wednesday to attend the Grant schooi picnic. 3 OFSWEA-EAGLE DIE PAST WEEK Swea-Eagle: Death took thre former residents of here the pas week. Word was received here las Wednesday, May 11, of the death of Cyrus E. Bravender of Los An geles, California. Mr. Bravender was a pioneer of Swea township homestsading the farm where Ear barsen now lives. Leaving the farm, the family moved to Armstrong where he had an Implement shop and later handled automo- illes. About 30 years ago the fam- ly moved to California. Mr. Bravender Is survived by his wife and daughter, Mrs. Mildred Butterfield and two sons, Harold and Lester of Los Angeles and son, Roy A. of Swea City. Julia Llndblom Dies Julia Lindblom passed away last week Tuesday, May 10, at St. Paul, fter a long illness of heart trouble, tfiss Lindblom, daughter of Mr. and frs. John Lindbloom, was born in Sagle township, where she lived un- 1 her parents moved to St. Paul bout 20 years ago. She Is survlv- d by her father, four brothers, ,lex, Selum, Joe and Tom, ane our sisters, Anna, Effie, Myrti and Mrs. Forest (Mayme) Erlck son. Her mother and sister, Ivon preceded her in death. Mrs. Fores Erjckson of Eagle township an Joe Lindblom of Armstrong left o Thursday morning for St. Paul t attend the funeral. Seneca Boy Ha* Second Operation Seneca: Duane Campbell, son of Mr, and Mrs. R. 3. Campbell, underwent a second operation Monday evening at the Coleman hospital at EsthervHle for obstruction of the bowels. Duane underwent an operation for appendicitis and hernia Monday, April 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell.have been at his bed side since Monday night. Duane Is now 1n a serious condition. Gordon BolHg and Bud Paulsen called on Duane Campbell at the 2oleman hospital in Estherville on Monday evening. Mrs. Cora Drinnan returned to ler home Friday after spending the winter months with her daughter, 3Isie Kessel at Harvey, 111. Miss Cessel returned to her home Tues- ay. Vernon, Gail and Gladys Dotson ntertalned the Seneca senior class nembers and Seneca faculty mem- >ers at a party at their home on Tuesday evening. There are 12 members in the senior class. The Seneca high school boys' aseball team was badly defeated y the Lone Rock baseball team, he Seneca high school girls' kit- Mrs. Frank Foley has rented he borne to Mr. Drussel of the hard ware store on main street. Mrs Foley will move Into her tenan house now' occupied by the Frank Sweeney family. Mr. Sweeney doe not as yet have a house to rent Fairview-Oorwith Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter was host- to the Thimble circle Friday mball team defeated the Rlngsted ittenball team by a score of 12 to 2 Vednesday evening.. Charles Morris home. Miss Henriksen will be married In June to Wilbur Stone of Schenectady, N Y., and will make their home there With Automatic GENERAL ELECTRIC THRIFT UNIT Sealed-in-itcel General Electric offers greatest refrigerator value in 10 years. More ice cubes, more storage space, more cold capacity, more conveniences AT NEW LOW PRICES'. Save on PRICE! Save on CURRENT! Save on UPKEEPS Kohlhaas & Spilles Interesting games were played, after which lunch was served by the following hostesses, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Charles Bierle. Mrs. J. M Blanchard, Mrs. Donald Blanchird Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. E. M Jensen. Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Mrs Eugene Pearson. Mrs. V. V. Frye Mrs. D. W. Fernau, Neva Thompson. Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Mrs I. W. Nelson, Mrs. C. M. Gross. Mrs Calvin Householder and Mrs. Otis Sanders. Out of town guests wen Mrs. Henry Henriksen, Ottoscn, Vera Morris and Alberta Clausen, "lowrie. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice spent Saturday with relatives at Ham;>on. Mr. nnd Mrs. Caryle Johnson, of Bancroft, spent Friday evening at he W. G. Flalgs. J. M. Blanchard attended a lumbermen's meeting at Titonka on Tiursday evening. Clarence Kraft left Friday for he Ralph Prlebe home, Bancroft where he will work. Mrs. Arend Neeland had a small umor removed from her hand at Dr. Bahnson's office, Burt, last week. Katherine Stebritz and her grandmother, Mrs. Kate Hawks spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jessie itchritz. Bancroft. Mrs, Raymond Pricbe. son Donald nd Dorothy Airhart. all of Fenon. spent Friday with the former's sister. Mrs. Arthur Priebc and family. Mrs. Harry Riihn. Dodge Center, M.nn , was a business visitor in trm-n Saturday. Mrs. Ceril Seega- harth returned with her for a visit until Monday. Hiirley Shcllito and Dr. Melhus Ames, were here Saturday supcr- visitiiiR the planning of 12 acres. of ground on the Dell Marlow farm for raising of hybrid seed corn. Reulah Gladstone and Agnes Ol son. instructors at Swea City, spent Thursday night at the A. A. Krueg- ers. Adelaide Harung. another instructor, spent the week tnd with Heulah here. Florence Householder, Lakota spent (he week end at the H. A Hlanchards. She will teach the cans. e Saturday afternoon at the Swea the Rolfe school -ity M. E. church conducted by he Rev. H. E. Harvey, pastor , *"• «na Mrs. henry Montag drov Burial was in Harrison cemete^ n ° ? CS J"° nc !: Thursday, on busi " "' e hre the urcha fir .t ft •-' h'lnl ,., to • at Hurnboldi the comin •ir. Hi ulah r;iad.stone <•••' Mrs. Ben Rmhton Mrs. Ben Rushton of near Austin Minn., passed away May 11, at th< home of her daughter, Mrs. Glady Rushtonji near FarmvJlle. Mrs Rushton suffered a stroke two weeks ago which caused her death She was taken to an Austin hos pital and later to her daughter's home. Mrs. Rushton was nearing her 50th birthday. She was born Ellen Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Carlson in Swea township After finishing grade school she learned dressmaking and followed the trade a few years. Later she married Ben Rushton and has always lived in this community, mov- , - ing to Austin a year ago last March. To this union were born three sons nnd three daughters, Mrs. Gladys Rushton of Farmville, Mrs. Lila Craig of Eagle and one daughter and three sons at home. Her parents death. Beside preceded her in her husband and children, left to mourn her passing; she leaves two sisters and two >rothers, Mrs. Anna Stoneking of CushinR. Iowa. Mrs. Julius Rohlf, "rancis and John Carlson of this May 6. Miss Ha Mae Streeter of Kanawha Is visiting this week with Miss Alma Carlson. Miss Doris Merrlam, teacher at McGregor,, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merrlam. The Baptist church will hold !ts ^lly vacation Bible school this year from June 6 to June 10. The Rev. Albert Rust Is pastor. Rev. Wlttenburg of the LuVerne Lutheran church Is holding Lutheran services at the Baptist church Sunday afternoons. TTiere are a number of Lutheran members living in the Corwlth vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Zeigler and children, Mrs. B. F. Zeigler and Mrs. John Babcock and children West Bend News Charles Riley of Llvermore called on his parents, the Wm. Rileys, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Lawman of Rodman were calling on relative? here. Saturday evening. Don Mertz of Cherokee called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz one day the past week. Dr. H. Frank Givens spent a few days the past week in Des Moines attending the state medical convention. Raymond Wilson plans on erect- ng an addition to his home in the near future. They plan to use it as a kitchen. Miss Leona Gibbons returned to West Bend recently. She spent the post year at the J. C Scurr home visited Sunday at the Ira Zeigler home near Kanawha. Mrs. Ira Zeigler has been In poor health for some time. Two classes of the Methodist Sun- day School held parties last week. Mrs. Patterson's class met on Wednesday evening In the church parlors and Mrs. Hitler's class had a house party at the W. R. Sutcliff home Thursday evening. Both evenings were spent In games and other entertainment followed by refreshments. Guests at the S. L. Thompson home a week ago Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gleaves who were enroute from Buffalo, New York, to Mobile, Alabama, where he has employment with the National Gypsum Company; also Mrs. John Gleaves, Mrs. Naomi Core and Joe Williamson, all of Baxter. All departed on Saturday except Joe Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson entertained a group of relatives at .heir home In the Fairvlew community last Sunday. The guests were Mrs. Helen Johnson, mother of Mr. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'ohnson and Mrs. Horace Walters, all of Rockwell City, and Mrs. Johnon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peterman of Spencer. Mrs. Helen Johnon remained for a week's visit. AIR -FLO-METAL »•**_•* t'frtttfifttt/f .'THnOW FRAMES 8*« these wetr. proof and weath- er.pToof metal Window frame*. Provide indirect ventilation — no drafts. Use wood sash with ordit narr glass or with CLAY Ultra Violet Glass pro- Tiding permanent transmission ;* Ultra Violet Rays. ,'e also have a complete line . CIsv Roof Ventilator*. jF. 8. Norton & Son Phone 220 Three Graces n Grinnell. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kunz and hildren of Mallard spent Sunday t the home of her parents, Mr. and Irs. James Dunn. Paul Nellis left Sunday for Alona where he is employed. His rother, Herbert and Miss Yvonne ohnston took him to Algona. Dr. P. O. Dorweiler, James Olon and James Greenfield left Sat- rday morning for Leach Lako, Kinn., one a week's fishing trip. Mrs. Carl Vohs spent part of Ia3t eek nt Iowa City at the music FWra, .rvico^were.heldjast InSns^^lea^ 'v^t ler passing not only brings grent grief to her own family and relatives, but a host of friends who always rememberad her Jolly disposition and she was a kind friend o everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gardner are mrents of a son born May 10. This s the couple's first child. Ruth Hoviseman of Armstrong •isitod last Tuesday nt the home f Marine nnd Gloria Lindle. Mrs. Anna Larson of Ringstcd •i.sited several days last week at he home of her son, Earl Larson. Mrs. Anna Larson and Selm.-i 'ohnson of Swea City are staying at he home of their brother. M. L. "ohnson. The Reuben Larson family at- ended the tenth wedding anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson at Ringsted a week ago ast Sunday. Miss June Larson's school in listrirt No. 3 was closed last Fri- iay. The pupils and their parents enjoyed a picnic and wiener roast t the school Friday evening. Mr.s. Tankard Carlson report-i hat her brother, Raymond Nettleton, is some improved. He was seriously ill last week from kid- For Better Drapes, Rugs Curtains .. . Upholstered Furniture We can clean all sorts of things beside jour clothing — and do just as fim; a job on them, too. REMEMBER OUR FREE SUMMER STORAGE ^eiid your winter Coals. iJresstj, or SuiU now lur Demolhing, Ck-uuijiy and I J iessinH. and we'll stole them t'rve duriny the summer. ney complication!). He has been yu-.. f,, r i ,_""' nfcc)filst since last December when .Su,-,, f.ny for the th:H j he receive,! a had back injry while , i pushing a car. He is at the home ,]..'. Fernau entertained j of hU sister, Mrs. Lawrence Dolf. l Ai't<n,'ii'ni >h ,',.V l '' S ,, f:fth ,, h ' rtll ~ ' !ast Wtl -' h were Mr- "nd Mrs. FA Alt. nd.,.K were Merrill Kavei Van Wis-sman of Beverly Hills, Mr. and Mr.s. W. L. SmoiU ., •ri . •Ir v M ulo-v e ov p J ', F!-,; P ,,", /"''", Fr < I;ilif Hiiil- KI -,'* ' s lin ' llof r -'- • , ,, ,, jCnarlotle, North Carolina. Or. and Mrs. Uonald Ulan, hard left on Mrs P. VV. Walters and Miss Gert- Alomiay for Selma, Alabama, where- | rude Walters of St. Paul. The rel- Mr lilanchard is playing baseball ! atives had been here to attend the his season. The 1>. W. Ker.iau, j wedding of Miss Walters and Glenn eft Sunday for -Swaledale where | Treat Saturday, May 7, at Ayrshire tlw-y will spend the summer at the! The Floyd Treats also attended th,U illmrn Fernaus. wedding. The groom and Mr. Treat The ELK Cleaners \\V Ddiv r'fl' The Mothers' cluh met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Wegener. with Mrs. Frank Householder assisting A paper. "The Veto Age" was given by Mrs. W. G. Fiaig. An interesling flower seed game was conducted by Mrs. V V Frye The next meeting will be with Mrs Carl Rath. Swea City with Mrs Arthu.' Priebe assisting. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. *3M in District Court, March lerm. l<j3jj. ^To All Whom It May Concern- lou Are Hereby Notified. That an msliument of writing purporting to be i he last Will and Testament ol James Cruikshank, Deceased tinted October 29. 1936. having been this day hied, opened and read Monday the tith day of June. 193b Js fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa before the District Court of baid Couiily, or the Clerk of said Court and at nine o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to- appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probaicd and allowed •ii and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa May U 193». KATHARINE Me EVOY. Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON. Depuly. Van Ness & Stiliman, attorneys. J8-20 are brothers. Takes Blood Test Wesley: Monday, Lawrence Koppen had a blood test taken to determine if the trouble he has been having with his eyes has been caused by sinus infection. When he uses both eyes they don't seem to focus properly but by using one at a time they function normally. W+iY DONT YOy [FOUOIV THIS 3-POINTJ |GUIDE TO (H ASSURANCI/' L Ful Di. Sokfcuiy'* Pb*n-0- Sol TabUU in lh« cUclu' drinkiua wal*r. It b«lp» to cluck bow«> tioublu. A Spiar tt. cUclu with Dr. «• Sakbury'a Cam-Pho-Sal. It cb«ck« cold*, aajpiog and luDodvZ B&ttUZ&OIuOi 4 Mix Di. SaUburr'i Ari- V> Toe* with Uu chick*' math. It'» &a« ie> tally worn control. Mr. I Refreshing in theirloveliness, each ring features a different width ... a narrow, a medium, a wide. Each cleverly matches one wedding ring. .. . Center diamond and 2 side diamonds in engagement rings... 3 diamonds in wedding ring. Price $60 ThePar [GRCEN 1 ELGIN J HAMILTON | Watches for Graduation 2,000 Pairs We unpacked 2,000 pairs of bedroom slippers Friday. Sold lots of them Saturday. One pair to a customer, two and up to 12 pairs to some customers. Combine quality and low price, then all you have to do is wrap them up. Ladies Quilted Slippers, with Bon Bon, all sizes at 28o Ladies' 26 ounce felt, leather soles, ribbon trim at 89e Ladles' White Slippers, leather soles, 90c value reduced to 29c Men's Everet House Slippers, leather soles, rubber heels, go at 75c Men's Ventilated White Oxfords, real comfort, all sizes at v 9gc Women's Garden Oxfords, white or brown, comfort and lots of wear at 69c Children's good leather oxfords, last call on these. Sizes 9 to 2 at 4| C Babies' soft sole shoes or slippers, size 1 to 5 at iSc Men's and boys' polo shirts, all colors, all kinds at 19c Men's Wash Pants, values up to $2.00, your choice at 98c Men's and boys Cowboy Overalls, any size you want, at 49c Men's fancy Work Shirts, loud patterns, new and novel at jgg Wash Dresses must go, we have 50 men's suits coming and must have a place to hang them up. The $1.98 dresses go at 69c; the regular 98c dresses go at 39c. Just got tired of them and want the room. New slippers arriving every day for the ladles and girls. Lots of the latest novelties and plenty whites at prices from $1.49 to $2-98. Trade is good, my wife loves me and I feel like a ship on an ocean of joy. Jimmie Neville h l re they P urcha "d drove to Templeton, v ' slted thelr 8on Montag. UPREM LUSBy'S DRUG ™ ore thfln 3 cut of every S motor car huyar« today are choosing sixes. And, of course, the most popular six of ail is this new Chevrolet-the Six Supremai Discriminating people prefer it because of its high quality ... because of its great value ... because it's the only low-priced car with all these fine car features! 'You'll be AHEAD with a CHEVROLET!" Kossuth Motor Co. HYDRAULIC BRAKIS 83-H.P. VALVI.fN.HIAD INOINI OINUINI KNH-ACTION* ALL.S9LINT, ALL-STIU. IODIIS SHOCKPROOP STIERINO* TIMOI-MATIC CLUTCH Phone

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