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WINS SCHOLASTIC 1 HONORS-FENTOfi Arlene Mitchell, Salutatorian; Commencement Tuesday, May 17th £. L Coi «mencement exer M°l I 22 8enloM of the Fen ' high school were held Tuesday evening. May 17, in the high school gymnasium. A large crowd attended, every chair was taken and many had to stand. The stage was beautifully decorated with streamers of crepe paper In rainbow colors and many bouquets of lilacs, tulips and iris were used. Just below the stage, in colors was the chosen mot- Dee ° Ut ° f the Harbor ' Out on the Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Leglonalre, gave the commencement address. Following the talk, Supt. M. E Otterness announced the two honor students. Irene Marie Bleck- •wenn was named valedictorian, her average being 94.75 per cent and Arlene B. Mitchell, the salutatorlan having an average of 94.16 per cent O. R. Krause, president of the board of education presented the diplo- i Doro **'J p Alrtart, Hadley mii i rene1 J BIec| wen«. Earl Cornelius, Arnold Dreyer, Ruth Espe, R^™ T'Vf rby ' Rolin 0««»Mln, Raymond Oramenz, Maxlne Jent* Marjorie Johnson, Helen Kern, Ev- tm i, f"'« E<!mund Kraus «. Artene Mitchell^ Mervln Priebe. Vivian w ft " erbert Wallace, Harold, Welsbrod, Ruth Welsbrod, and fid- itn woirc, thl h »£!, rl8 ' glee C ' Ub 8an K " l Hear the Birds a Humming" and Edmund Krause played a clarinet solo, i ReV- Wateri »an gave the invocation and benediction and the processional and recessional were played by Pearl Chrlstensen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld returned home Tuesday evening from Waterloo, where Mr. Theesfield attended a barbers' conven- Jon. Alice Dreyer returned to Des Moines Wednesday after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, and to attend the rraduatlon exercises of her sister, Ruth, a member of the Fenton high chool graduation class. Jfr*Algona p PP er PM Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1938 2 SENIORS AT SWEA CITY GET RURAL. SCHOOL DAY at Good Hope community is to be held on Friday, starting at 10 a. m. with -ithletic events under the direction f Earl Taylor. A picnic lunch will e had at noon. Seven schools In he township will participate In the fternoon program and Dr. W. O. Muhleman will present the commencement address, while W. L Dodds will present the diplomas. School Picnic Last ?ri day; Music, Athletic Awards Given TOUR PRECIOUS • BoaM Set offio. piqatorpndrwidi. hind embroidery Kak, Blue, Mate. • Molti-color tffU qua xfera tfai. panto -Sum* rad UMJcoft. _. « _ _ Urn* |»ttl .tufa. SIMS 1,2, 3 See the enchanting new groups of Nannette sheers and sport togs that will see your precious smartly through die sunniest Summer day. Your cl.oice of cool new fabrics and colors ... Hurry in while the selection is unlimited. QKresensky's that is smart! in the BIEN JOLIE manner! Blen Jolle lut» designed this corsette to charm away your MirplUB Inciie*—a corvette that ha* concealed boning back and front, and an artfully faggoted braulere top of luce—that will mirely make you appear pound* slimmer than you really are. Other Bien Jolie Foundations from $1.88 to $3.00 Swea City: Swea City consolidated school closed another successful year on Friday of last week. The grade and high school picnics were held that afternoon and the high school baseball team played Armstrong. Awards In music and athletics were given out Friday morning to all students who had earned them. Twenty-two seniors received diplomas at the graduation exercises Tuesday evening, May 17th. The assembly room was filled to capacity to hear the program. Rev. R. C. Swanson gave the invocation and musical numbers were given by the mixed chorus and a trumpet trio consisting of Elvln Llnde, Ellis Pehrson and band Instructor, Gerald Niemeyer. The commencement address was delivered by Dr. Earl E. Roadman, president of Morningslde College nt Sioux City, who chose as his sub- Ject "Motives and Motors." Supt. A. H. Schuler then presented the class and D. W. Fults, president of the board of education made the presentation of diplomas. Rev H E. Harvey gave the benediction. Melvln Krumm, senior class president, was valedictorian, and Mary Schroeder was salutatorian. The class roll la as follows: Lalla Berg, Robert Berggren, Irene Blomster, .Vx.rren Ewlng, class secretary and treasurer. Martin Holcomb. Melvln Krumm. Elvln Larson Erma Larson, Elvln Linde, Maurlne Llnde vice president, Clara Montgomery, Mae Mullarkey, June Northern Thomas Olson. Walter Peterson, Hazel Rohlin, Maxine Rystad, Mary Bchroeder, Lyle Skromme, Meta Mae Swanson, Ada Uhr and Marie Welfare. Swea City Boy Hand* Surprise To Mis Friends Swea City: Friends here were I surprised to learn of the marriage j of Monford Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayme Peterson, to Miss Olivia Kressln, daughter of the Albert Kressins of Lotts Creek, which took place at Parker, South, Dakota, on August 21, last year, In Emanuel Lutheran church. The bride Is a graduate of the Algona high school and has taught in Lotts Creek township for the past six or seven years. Monford Is a graduate of Swea City high school, and after attending Des Moines University for two years, he engaged In the painting and decorating business her* His many friends extend sincere congratulations and a hearty welcome to him and his bride. They will be at home here after July 1. Planning Trips With the beginning of the summer vacation, Swea City teachers and others are planning extended trips. Supt. and Mrs. A. H. Schuler, Misses Frances and Edith Dahl SENECA SENIORS Special Swea City Airmail Cachet A Historical Tribute Swea City: Employees at the local post office were kept busy this past week answering requests from out of town parties for the mailing of letters bearing the new Swea City air mall cachet. The cachet design bears a picture of the American Emigrant Company's "Old Company House." which stood for fifty years on the location of the old town of Swea. The cachet also bears the name of Captain R E Jeanson, who founded the Swedish colony here In the '70s. The ol< company house sheltered the firs families who came to northwes Kossuth when Algona was thi neawrt town. Mrs. Ida Larson spent Velshea week with her aon. Merlin, senlo student In forestry at the Iowa State College. Ames. Mrs. S. P. Eckholm entertained the Past Matrons' club at a one o clock luncheon at her home on Tuesday, May 17. All past matrons of the local O. E. S. were present. The Baptist Ladies' Guild met Friday afternoon with Mrs. O. A Jensen and Mrs. Frank Looft as hostesses. Rev. R. P. Bronleewe gave an address and Miss Esther Smith sang a solo. Mrs. Vera Airhart of Clarion called at the Bertha Johnston home, Monday, May 16th on her way to Fenton. Miss Ruth and Robert Daubendiek of Alton spent the week end with their grandparents, the W. H. Daub- endieks. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ludwig and Marie Dunn and Arnold Wilderman drove to Okoboji Sunday, May ISth, and spent the day. C. K. Giddings and his FuKire Farmer boys returned from Ames last week. They attended Velshea week at Iowa State College. ' I f. ^jfc dmiraJtoh 2 WAY STRETCH for Letter fit, w«4r, Lewtj »J economy Hodery that wear* and wear* - yet look! sheer and alluring. The tecrel U (be and Oma Hug will leave for Florida at an early date. Beulah Gladstone will leave this week for California with her parents, the S. M. Glad- stones of Lone Rock who have recently purchased an auto house trailer for the trip. Agnes Olson expects to go to California and the Canadian Rockies. Teachers Entertained The Swea City school faculty was entertained at a number of social affairs during the closing week of school. The entire group were the guests at a 6:30 dinner at the Chrlst- ensen cafe last Wednesday evening and Misses Harriet Crum and Berneta Gaarde, who are not returning next year, were presented with gifts. Covers were laid for 16. On Thursday morning. Misses Gladstone and Olson were guests at n breakfast at the Walter G. Smith home. A luncheon was given by the grade teachers at the City Cafe on Thursday noon, at which eight were present. Members of the town band under the direction of Gerald Niemeyer went to Grant Consolidated school last Wednesday to furnish munlc for the nll-dny picnic and community celebration held In connection with the closing of school for the year. Dorothv nnd Maxinn Arnold of Sioux City were supper guests at the Elmer Smith home and attended the commencement exercises at the high school last Tuesday night. The girls, who formerly lived here, drove up with President Earl E. Roadman of Mornlngside College, who delivered the commencement address. Ben Klatts Wed 50 Years May 18 Hold Open House Graduation Held May 17; Kathleen. Kennedy, Margaret Lentsch Honored Seneca: The Seneca high school graduation exercises were held In the Seneca gymnasium Tuesday evening, May 17th. The program was as follows: processional, Miss Madden: benediction, Rev. S. O. Sande; piano snlo, Miss Madden: address, C. E. Look- Inghlll of Nevada. Iowa; presentation of awards, Supt. Slagle; Salutatory, Katherlne Kennedy; Valedictory, Margaret Lentch: presentation of class. Supt. Slagle; presentation of diplomas. O. R. Paterson: benediction, Rev. S. O. Sande. The following graduated from the Seneca school this spring: Kenneth Bolllg, Maxine Cody, Gall Dotson, Gladys Dotson, Vernon Drt- golden weddlngVn- nlversary Wednesday, May 18, at their home in Fenton with all their children and their six grandchildren attending. A seven o'clock dinner was served at long tables which were decorated in white and gold crepe streamers which came from the ceiling to the corners of the tables. A two tier wedding cake was the center piece. Mr. and Mrs. Klatt were married on May 18, 1888, at VVatertown, Wisconsin. Their first years of married life were spent ut farm- Ing, and they retired twenty years ago. Both Mr. and Mrs. Klatt are enjoying good health, Mr. Klatt being actively engaged in operating the Goetsch filling station, whicli dnd of work he has done for the past 12 years. They are the parents of ten children: Mrs. Clara Mueller (deceased); Arnold Klatt, j'enton; Ervin Klatt, Emmetsburg; L,ydla (deceased;) Mrs. Rose Mueller, Fenton; Mrs. Laura Smuker, son, Florence Jensen, James Johrson, Kathleen Kennedy, Margaret Lentsch. Merton McKean, Fern Skow, Margaret Wolf. Operated Upon Mae Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson underwent an operation for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital In Whittcmore Sunday. May 15th. Mae Is in the fourth grade In school. Supt. anrl Mrs. F E. Slagle entertained the senior class members at a luncheon nt their home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughter spent Wednesday evening at the Curtis Olscn home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen and sons of Chicago spent the past several weeks at the Mrs. E. M. Gardner home. Mrs. Nielsen is the former Hazel Gardner. 3 Scarlet Fever Cases Strike in Livermore Family Livermore: A few months ago there was a case of scarlet fever, in Livermore, the young child of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cameron, having the disease. About the time they were released from quarantine, another child came down with it, and the third child contracted it. making a long drawn out siege of quarantine for the Camerons. Later, Doris Roepke, a cousin of the Cameron children, had the same malady and nothing more was heard of scarlet fever in tdwn until the <fast week, and now there are several cases. Four families are quarantined here, and two in the country. Mrs. John Olson has been struck the hardest with U, and is at the present time quite sick. Her daugh mother, and It is thought »he coming down with it. Livermore News , Lotts Creek; Mrs. Elna Schmidt, Lone Rock; Mrs, Alvira Moore, Cylinder and Gerhart Klatt of Fenton. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mueller, Rlngated; lev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz and 'amily, Walter Loek, Mr. and Mrs. rlenry. Moore of Cylinder, Mr. and Wrs. Robert Schmidt and family or Uone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder of Fenton. and Ervin Malueg, Algona. The evening was spent at cards and lunch was served. Table waiters were Luella Scmhidt, Edith Schroeder, Olivia Meuller and Verona and Evelyn Klatt. The coupb was presented with a number of ovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Klatt went to Algona and had their pictures taken. PRELIMIN'AKY WORK for In stallution of the new Diesel engine n the city power plant was begun ast week under the direction of Supt. Joe Kelly. One hundred six- y cubic yards of cement must be :ured in two months time. An old ingine is being taken out and shipped to St. Louis, and will be replaced with a much better and more powerful one. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hoganson Wednesday were Mrs. Margaret Biegger. San Francisco; Mrs. Orpha Hoganson, Washington. D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hognnson of Hnm- boldt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard entertained the Double Foursome bridge club at their home Thursday evening at which time Mrs. O. J. Cayou and C. M. Baker carried away high honors. A delicious lunch was served. The next meeting of this club will be held at the Cayou home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monson had as their guests during the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brockway, Mr* Amos Brockway and Mrs. Edward Sheridan, all of Joliet, III. The two latter are sisters of Mrs. Monson. This was the first meeting of the sisters for more than eight years, and it was a most enjoyable gathering. 79c&*1.00 What can we do for the pedea- rian? Approximately »hree out of our traffic fatalities result from vehicles coming into contact with pedestrians. Safety education has helped to reduce the number of fatalities among school children, and from experience in various cities we know that adult education in safety is also effective in reducing the number of accidents. Laws and regulations alori'j will not prevent accidanu. The idea of carefulness must be instilled in the minds of our citizens, and until the time comes when every man, woman and child is safety conscious, little progress can be expected. Safety meetings, lectures, movies, posters, and articles in newspapers and magazines will all help to educate the public and lo keep the important problem of safety uppar- ruost in the minds of pedoatruuu and motorists. . Bad Complexion Clears, Gas, Headaches Gone! Mrs. Anna Hawlas had constipation anil headaches for 25 o. Stomach Gas was so bad it bothered her heart. Her complexion was pimply. She says: "ADLER1KA quickly relieved my headaches, cleaned my intestinal system and helped clear my complexion. Now I can eat such foods as cabbage and beans without distress." ADLERIKA cleanses the bowels, washing out wastes that so often cause 'nerve pressure, gas indigestion, bad bkin and dull headaches. Does not gripe. E- W. Lusby, Druggist. Word has been received from Mrs. Janet Ristau to the effect tha she arrived safely at Durango. Col orado, where she has gone for month's vacation, at the home o her sister, Mrs. Mary Robison. Mr jnd Mrs. Cone, Northwestern Bel :elephone company employees, anc Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith have apartments at the Ristau home The Smiths expect to move during he coming week Into their newly >urchased home in the east part of own. A delightful time was spent at the town hall Thursday when fifty women responded to the invitation for a one o'clock luncheon, and miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Mary Radii Brogan, a recent bride. The bride's table, which was arranged In the center of the large room, was prettily decorated for the occasion. Two of her table guests were her mother, and the mother of the groom. Following the two course luncheon, some time was spent playing bridge, with Mrs. Kenneth Howard receiving high score prize, and Mrs. John Hauck the chair prize-. This was followed with the opening of the many useful and lovely gifts showered for the bride. The committee who gave the party were Mrs. Henry Tlllson, Mrs. Edgar Watts, Mrs. Delmar McEntaffcr, Mrs. John Zelmet and Mrs. Albert Smith and Miss Margaret Malln. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylns and hauling - 33-tl w emBOBOBCBMCBoasHaoonaoaaoaceeeetau Meet General Donald *•• '...an army of thousands obey* hit command ... When little Donald talks over the telephone to his Cousin Dick, he is using a service that requires throughout the United States more than 300,000 telephone workers and over four billion dollars worth of telephone property. Telephone requirements of communities differ greatly. In every community, it is our practice to h»ve ready at the command of all telephone users the tele* phone men and women and equipment necessary to provide the service required. The job of furnishing satisfactory telephone service at present revenues is becoming tremendously difficult because of greatly increased taxes and wages. Continuous improvements in equipment and methods of operation can only partially offset these increased expenses. NORTHWESTERN BGLL TELEPHONE COMPANY THE NORTHWEST'S GREATEST SHORTHORN SALE 55 Lots—6 Grand Bulls—10 Open Heifers 49 Outstanding Females, 25 With Calves at Foot To Be Sold at Auction to Disperse Herd, to the Public on Saturday, May 28th Sale to Start at 1 p. in. Come early and inspect Cattle. Dinner Served ou Virounds by Livermore Library Association. Farm Located 3 Miles East of St. Joe River Bridge And One South, or 3% miles straight west of LuVerne or 3 miles north of Livermore on Good Gravel Road ' NOM'AIUEL 2nd, 1903780, a moat promlitliiK yearling show prospect. Sire, Haylund* Dreadnought. Bred to Browndale Hero. 80 Head OF THE FINEST IN SCOTCH SHORTHORNS EVER OFFFRED IN THE STATE OF IOWA. WE PICTURE A FEW ON THIS AD. THERE ARE NO BETTER CATTLE THAN THESE AUGUSTA 12th, 1905173. Another good show proftpect by Hayutndtt Ureudnuught, due to calf after the full »how» to the service of Brow ndale Hero. This herd lias hcen Imilt up over a period of 21 years. No addition was ever made to this herd except of high quality and correct type Shorthorn. The first bull used to head this herd was Masterstroke 11H!)470, a noted show hull th:;1 won many championships. He Jcft a ^reat hit of breeding cows in the herd. Kvery herd sire since of equal championship calibre. LOVELY SECRET, 2nd., dam waa Lovely Secret, champion heifer ut Dei, .Moine-., anil sire waft Browndule Hero. BKOWNUAKK CAPTAIN 19183*3. Sire OreuUnuught Hero; dam, Oukdule Augusta 2 Ufa. A sunnuer yearling show bull. M STKE CJUEAN 4th 19183-14, a summer yearling show heifer that run win. Sire Broivndule Hero. WE OOBDIALLY INVITE ALL FARMERS, BREEDERS AND OUR FRIENDS TO AT THIS SALE . .. COME EARLY AND INSPECT STOCK YOURSELF. SHECKER BROS A. W. Thompson &. ,}. E. HaLsry, Aurti..m-t-i-.s

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