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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1938 BURT SCHOOL YEAR TO END ; THIS FRIDAY Ctottflnqncement on Thursday; 21 Seniors; Ariene Patterson Honored ' Burt: School will close this week - lor the summer vacation. Com- ftwflcement will be Thursday eve- fcing In the school auditorium. The program will Include a processional by the high school orchestra; invocation by the Rev. J. M. Doim; adulatory by Ruth Reed; "Beautiful Savior" by a mixed group; valedictory by Ariene Patterson; com- jneticement address by W. Earl Hfttt, Mason City; presentation of penmanship and English awards; and presentation of diplomas by E. ft. Wolti, and benediction by the «*v. a B. Mitchell. A class of 21 will be graduated The members of the class are Geo Becker, Ralph and Lula Dugan Carrol Fraser, Glenn Graham, Ro. land Lavrenz, Ranney Leek, John lOOer, Ariene Patterson, Ruth Reed, June Rash, Clarence Riddle Lawrence Rledel, Floyd Stott, Mary Ann Smith, Ruth Thompson. Wll iBft Riddle, Virginia Trenary, Ber alee Sathoff, Harold Welske and Wllford Woltt The final event of the school year win be the annual community day picnic which will be held on the school grounds Friday, May 27. Var- km* sports will take up the hour before the picnic dinner at noon. The band will furnish music dur- . Ing the dinner hour. In the after% noon two ball games will be played, the first between the "All Stars' and the "Manure Spreaders" and the second between the high school and town teams. The Community Club and Burt creamery are cooperating with the school In this community day picnic. Approve Syphilis Talk* A fair crowd attended the lecture on syphilis, which was given at the high school auditorium Wednesday evening under the sponsorship of the Woman's club. Two doctors, representing the state department of health, showed slides and gave talks. On Thursday morning and afternoon they gave special talks to the high school boys and girls. The talks were instructive and considered excellent. New Farm Building;* The McGuire farm, on which the Aaron Taylors live, la having several new buildings erected on It, machine shed, hog house and a chicken house. The house and barn are also being repaired. LA FOLLETTE OUTLINES NEW PARTY CAMPAIGN— Des Moines, Iowa: Photo shows Governor Philip La Follette of Wisconsin as he spoke last week In the Interests of his newly formed political party, the National Progressive Party of America. Gov. La Follette will carry his campaign to the West Coast Give LuVerne Kindergarten Tots A Taste of Practical Education LuVerne: A progressive plan of practical education in the primary department of the LuVerne schools is attracting much attention. The plan has been worked out by Miss Kleta Flnley, the teacher, and Alex C. Evans, superintendent, and Includes all children of five, six or seven years of age. This kindergarten groups does more than play with toys, learn songs or listen to fairy tales. Their work Includes literature activities, poetry and story appreciation, and excursion to places of community interest such as the postoffice, the newspaper office, the flre station, etc. They also study and collect insects, observe live and stuffed birds and engage In music activities centered on rhythm. Each of the three age groups has a trifle different program, but each is permitted enough Individual freedom of thought and action so as to encourage special aptitudes. Mrs. C C. Smith spent last Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines. C. B. Chlpman and son, Richard were Imslnfsf yiiJVors at Paton on Friday. Tb« birthday circle will meet with Bertha Daniels Thursday afternoon, Mrs. M E. Polhemus entertained the sewing circle last Thursday afternoon. C. B. Chipman attended an undertakers' convention at Des Moines last Wednesday. The Walther Legaue sponsored a roller skating party at Titonka last Tuesday evening. Wilma Alsup is at Graettinger assisting in the home of her sister. who has a new baby. Mrs. C. O. Bailey and daughter, LaVonne. Seneca, were Burt visitors last Tuesday afternoon. Alice Eighme and Marian Hoppe spent last Tuesday evening at Webster City and Fort Dodge. Mrs. Mary Orchard, Charles City came Wednesday for a ten days' visit with her niece, Mrs. R. W. Rash. The U. and I. circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. G. P. Hawcott hostess and Mrs. D. T. Hobson assisting. Mrs. F. L. Pratt went to Runnels Friday to bring home her daughter, itarilda, who has completed her •ear's teaching there. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell and ifarie Grover and Dr. and Mrs. Vnllace, Algona, attended the tulip festival at Orange City Friday. Mrs. Fred Braddish and son, David, Des Moines, came last Tuesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Ambrose and other Burt relatives. The Fidells Sunday School class will meet Wednesday afternoon at the borne of Mrs. Clifford Holding with Mrs. 3. D. Graham as assisting hostess. Doris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson, celebrated her I ella were Fort Dodge visitors last Tuesday afternoon. While there they called on George Koestler at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott and Mrs. Paul Moore visited relatives .at Bode Thursday. Mrs. Moore's daughter. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, and children returned home with her for a few days' visit. Robert-Ward and son, Ted, Rap- GIVE OUT WESLEY SENIOR DIPLOMAS TOCLASSOF7 Ethel Flom, Irene Johnson Win Highest flcol- astic Honor Awards Wesley: Seven seniors received their diplomas at the high school commencement exercises Wednesday night. The eighth grade member of the class, Duane Sherman, who was confined at an Algona hospital following an operation, will receive his diploma as soon as it Is possible for him to complete his work, Supt Eldon Ravlln said. Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Leglonalre, gave an eloquent address on "Whither America." Seniors graduates are JeroH Aldrlch, Lucille Hlldman, Thelma Oppedahl, Alice Forburger, Dorothy Youngworth, Ethel Flom and Irene Johnson. Ethel Flom was valedictorian, and also received the citizenship award for senior girls as well as the scholarship medal. Irene Johnson was salutatorlan and Jerrold Aldrlch received the citizenship award for the senior boys. By a vote of the student body, Bob Studer was voted the outstanding athlete. The baseball boys elected him captain for the past year. Lavon Gardes received the activities award for high school girls, and Jean Bottom for highest standing. Home from Hospital Duane Sherman was Wrought lome from the Kossuth hospital at Algona Friday morning. Me has been confined to the hospital for the past two weeks following an op- ration for appendicitis. Parent* of Son Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hildman are proud parents of a baby boy >orn to them Thursday morning in he General hospital, Algona. They now have three boys and two girls. Alf Studer and J. P. Studer went fishing at Clear Lake last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.' L. W. Hauptmann were at Rudd and Charles City on id City, a D.. arrived last Wed- Tuesday of last week, nesday and visited until Saturday at the G. C. dlddings home and with relatives at Wesley. Mr. Ward is Mrs. Giddings' brother. George Koestler, who had been a patient at the Lutheran hospital a number of weeks, was brought home by ambulance Thursday. Mrs. Koestler and a trained nurse came with him. Mr. Koestler's condition Is very serious. Mrs. Johanna Dett- rna.i is also assisting at the Koestler home. Members of the Presbyterian Mite society met at the church last Wednesday for the purpose of cleaning the building. The society will meet for it* regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs, P. L. Dremmel. Mrs. Maude Ffanna and Mrs, R. F. Elvldge are assisting The Charles Olsons and Mrs. Bert Fred A. Diekman Is driving ft 1988 Bulck sedan, purchased from Leo E. Bleich Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brlckson of Corwith attended the graduation exercises here Wednesday evening. Mrs. Oscar Erlckson of EJm- hurst, HI., came Monday of last week to visit Arabella McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. George Price arrived in Wesley last week after spending the winter on the west coast Mrs. Guy Dlmond and Mrs. Henry Swanson will entertain the Priscllla Phoebe society at the former's home \JFednesday, May 25. Mrs. Lucille Klrkpatrlck returned home from the Mercy hospital at Mason City where she underwent a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klelnpeter and Diane and Mrs. Vincent Klelnpeter and children drove to Mason City last week Wednesday. Mrs. Mike Goetz and two daughters spent last Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Barbara Schrauth in her new home In town. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mutlln and son, Victor went to Mallard last Thursday to attend the graduation exercises of his niece, Mary Margaret Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman accompanied by Mrs. George Hildman and Mrs. Teresa Foertsch drove to Story City and visited relatives there Tuesday. Vivian Studer returned home from the University hospital at Iowa City last Wednesday, where she had been taking treatments for the past three weeks. Mrs. J. T. Meurer'entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Francis Hauptmann and Miss Isabelle Kerrins. Mrs. Hauptmann received travel prize. M. P. Pfeffer, of Corwith visited the past week at the home of his son, D» L. U Pfeffer 1 . Other guests were his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfeffer and family of Des Moines. Mrs. Henry Swanson and son, Eugene returned Saturday evening from Mason City, where the latter bad submitted to an appendicitis operation. While there Mrs. Swanson stayed at the Ira Shannon home. Miss Stage, Miss Shannahan, Irene Johnson, Thelma Oppedal, Geraldine Bleich and Alice Forburger drove to Algona Wednesday afternoon and visited Duane Sherman, who was in the Kossuth hospital. They also visited Mrs. Vincent Cruise and her new baby daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William McDermott of Brltt and James McDermott of Charles City stopped to call on the Nathan Studers recently while on the!* way home from St Benedict. The McDermotts were tenants on the Studer farm from 1909 to 1906. BLUE RIBBON BARGAINS THURSDAY ONLY We offer a Real Buy in Lamps for the Home at Substantial Discounts! "Pin-It-Up" Lamps, beautiful styles, ideal for an e^tra light and portable, will fit the color scheme of any room—see them. $2.00 sizes for . 98c $5.50 sizes (I. E. S.) at.. _ _ . $4.00 Floor Lamps Regular I. E, S., the Nation's Finest $ 9.80 Lamps, special at $7.50 $11.80 Lamps, special at .$8.00 $12.25 Lamps, special at $8.00 Come to Algona Blue Ribbon Bargain Day Pratt Electric Home Applianes—Fixtures—Wiring third birthday Thursday afternoon, by entertaining a number of heriGodden and daughter. Doris, went little friends at a party. | to East Chain, Minn., last Tuesday The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wesscl ™ming, where they attended the and daughter. Lurcna attended the funeral of an old friend, Frank Greutzmacher. at Klemme. last Wednesday. Rev. Wessel assisted in the service. " The Rev. L.. Richman. Mr. and I Mrs. R. A. Bleich and dajghter, L.U- r BLUE RIBBON \ . • > Specials —AT— Brownell's WHITE SANDALS A limited r of \vliitc Pumps, and Tics, iH'Hy .-"Id as hij- r li ( 'iKSf nUt at Women's Handbags A lar.m- assortment of the latest styles and colors. M.OO Hosiery Claussner rieer- siu-er hose in all the new shades. 59c 79c $ 1.00 New Whnes for Summer PUMPS OXFORDS SANDALS 3.50 4.00 6.00 S11MMKK SANDALS in culors piloiv with !<AV ur liiyli hec-1. 2.50 Browneli Shoe Company SJ10KS HOS1KKY wedding of Mrs. Olson's nephew. Roy Leeper, to Clara Barowisk at the Church of the Holy Family. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle took the 11 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rippentrop of Lakota to the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge Wednesday night The child had a foreign body removed from Its lung and Is still in the hospital. Two Vacancies on Swea School Staff Swea City: The Swea City school board was notified of two vacancies on its staff last week, when Har riet Crum of Tama and Berneta Gaard of Armstrong turned in their I'ontracts. Mi.s.s Gaardt who has taught second sjra'lt here for the past four yearn expects to he married in the near future', and Miss Crum. who l h:is been Kn«li-''h instructor in lh<; j Mj-'h .si-hoc) this year, intends to ' enter commercial work. WESLEY NEWS New Boy at Drummers Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drummer are the proud parents of a baby hoy born Thursday morning. She was formerly Viola Weig and this is their first baby. Mr. Drummer works for S. A. Hirner. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goslin are moving to Woden Wednesday where he operates a K. & H. oil station and gaa truck. The Wilbur Fishers will move into the Robert Matz house vacated by the Gosling. Mr and Mrs. Lester Larson and son, Arvin, attended the Lutheran church services at Holmes last Sunday where the Rev. T. J. Spande gave the morning sermon. He confirmed Mr. Larson in the latter'd tten age. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirschbaum and their son, Ambrose and his wife of Ayrshire were guests at the Ed Hildman home Wednesday after noon and evening. They attended the commencement exercises in the evening. Guests for dinner Sunday at the L. L. I.ca.se home were Mr. and Mrs. J W. Walker and son, Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Studer and her father, Herman Cook of Whittemore and Mrs. Su- -ian Incase of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger entertained a group of friends and relatives at their home Wednesday evening after commencement ex- ci'ciaeh. Thoije present were: Minna- Kutschara, Frank Bleich, Art Bleich, Mrs. Bill Houtdak, Norma- ijene and Earl of Garner, Mrs. John Kleich. Mrs. Martin Bleich and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher of Titonka, Mrs. Victor Uarman and Mrs. Syl- veslcr Oarnian of Slilaon and Gtr- aldiiju of Madison, Wis. GO 7H£ PRICES OF O(L Every one of our used cars is all set for real service. And the prices are absolutely rock-bottom. Choose the car that suits your needs—you can pay as little as $15 monthly. Better hurry! It may be gone tomorrow! OUR R & G USED CARS ARE RENEWED AND GUARANTEED IN WRITING. BUY TODAY AT BIG SAVINGS 100% SATISFACTION OR 100% REFUND Two 1937 Ford Tudor* Two 1934 Chevrolet Coache* One 1937 Ford "60" Tudor One 1934 Chevrolet Sedan One 1937 Ford "60" Coupe One 1935 Chevrolet Panel Two 1936 Ford Tudor. One 1937 Chevrolet Truck One 1934 Ford Tudor One 1937 Ford Pick Up One 1933 Ford Tudor One 1933 Ford Sedan One 1936 Chevrolet Coach For Kossuth County's Largest Stock of Used Cars See the KENT MOTOR CO. TERMS TO SUIT ... YOUE PRESENT CAB OB TRUCK MAY MAKE THE DOWN PAYMENT ATTORNEYS AT LAW FL 3. Harrington 3. tXLow* RARRINGrON * LOWE Rooms 213-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA 9. L. BOW /Ot ATTORNBItr AT LAW . tf Collections will receive prompt • attention ALGONA, IOWA W.B.QUARTON H. W. BOLUGB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 437 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HOTCHlgpg _,,... THEODORE 0. HOTCHISOrr ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 25t- E. J. Van Ness Q. W. Stlllman. VAN NESS * BTILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, low* Oaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUttWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone 5» ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHl'lW ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 4*KT Res. 31B ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. B. McMahon L E. Llnnan Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WDTKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlit over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 82t ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444410 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Oalbraith Bldg. MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 Res. 10* OSTEOPATHS DR. a W. METEB Osteopathlc Physician , General Practice BpeeUl attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 1ST DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA OEO. D. WALRATH. D. D. & GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In old Postoffice Block Phono 20 Algona, Iow» KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 R e «. Phone 11» KOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkei Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. a NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bid*. Phone 138- Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa REAL ESTATE MURTAGH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Bldg. Phone 10* VETERINARIANS Typewriter Paper We have Ju»t received a large shipment of ream package* (500 iheeU) which Mil for 75c for 600 sheet* Thl» U a good grade bond paper and will make aa excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moioes Inquire at The Alpona Upper Des Moinee office for partruelara Open Evenings Algona, Iowa Opaa Sunday A. M.

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