The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1938
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Rewrites --———— _ i ,_ - . ____.,____ Of New* From L«t Thursday's Konutri County Advance ^^TiTTz^T^y?^!;^*'''' 1 * 11 ' 1 '' 1 ''''*'''''*''* ••• Old Deal, Plus New Deal, \ Dog Adopts Seven Baby Skunks Too Much for this Fellow ART COOLBY, deputy sheriff, can keep « secret So can Mrs. Cogley, the former Isabel Saunders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Saunders of Bancroft. The popular young couple were married last December 28th at Windom. Minn., but did not announce the marriage until the close of srhool. Mrs. Cogley has been teaching. The couple expect to move into a home in Algona shortly, and will be a home after June 15th. Congratulations! Both on the wedding, and the ability to keep a secret well. # * » TWO FENTON business plac were raided by prowlers. Tuesday evening of last week. At the Ed Wcisbrod meat market. 25 cents in cash and about five dollars in was stoler,. At the Arnold Heinzinger garage, they obtained tools which they used in gaining entrance into the meat market. ANNUAL 4-H RALLY day wil! be held Tuesday. June 7. at the Hurt nigh school. More than 100 4-H girls are expected to participate, Miss Lucille Pepoon. H. D. A., stated. A picnic lunch will be served at noon, and folk games played in the afternoon. Election of officer? will also take place. * • • FUNERAL SERVICES for Mrs Paul Stahl, who died shortly after the birth of a baby daughter, were held Saturday morning. May 14th at St. Benedict. Father Victor Heinen, brother of Mrs. Stahl read the funeral mass. Pall bearers were Albert Heinen. Corwith; Herman Heinen. Milo, brothers of Mrs Stahl; Howard Wallace, I.icona and Richard Vanderlinden. Algona brothers-in-law. Firman Hoinei and Viadus Schurman. cousins Burial was in St. Benedict cemetery. Surviving arc Mr. Stahl. tnd two other children beside the infant daughter. They are James 7 and Leo. 4. The family had been My dear sirs: In reply to your request to send a check, I wish to Inform you that the present condition of my bank account makes it almost impossible. My shattered financial condition Is due to federal laws, state laws, county laws, city laws, corporation Inws, liquor laws, mothers-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law and outlaws. Through these laws I am compelled to pay a business tax. amusement tax. head tax, school tax, gas tax. light tax. water tax. sales tax. liquor tax, income tax, food tax, furniture tax. and excise tax. 1 am required to get a business license, car license, truck license, not to mention a marriage license and a dog license. I am also required to contribute to every society , id organization which the genius of man is capable of bringing to life to womanV re- ief, the unemployment relief and lie gold digger relief. Also to every hospital andhcaltbairudo livery hospital and charitable Institution in the city, including the Salvation Army. Community Chest. Rp,| Cross. Purple Cross. Boy Scouts Girl Scouts, Y. M. C. A. and Y. M H. A. For my own safety I am required to carry health insurance, life Insurance, flre insurance, property Insurance, liability Insurance, burglar insurance, accident insurance, business Insurance, earthquake insuf*- ance, tornado insurance, unemployment insurance and old age insurance. My business is so governed that it Is no easy matter to find out who owns it. I am Inspected, suspected, disrespected, dejected, examined, re-examined, informed, required, summoned, fined, commanded and compelled, until I provide an in- exhauatible supply of money for every known need, desire or hope of the human race. Simply because I refuse to donati ^ tn something or other. I am boycotted, talked about, lied about, held up. held down, and robbed, until I am almost ruined. I can tell you honestly that except for a miracle that happened I could not enclose this check. The wolf that comes to many doors now- adays just had pups in my kicthen. I sold them and here is the money. Yours faithfully (X). . . n living for several years on the John Daub farm. 6'4 miles east of Galbraith. • • • JfRS. HENKV LOLLING, five miles northeast of Wesley, suffered a stroke Saturday. May 14th. while milking a cow. She was unconscious until Tuesday morning and the doctors held out little hope for complete recovery, but hoped for a return to partial health. • • m HENRY RISTAU. LuVeme garage mechanic, was caught under a truck he was working on, when a chain slipped and the truck fell on him. Ligaments in his shoulder and two ribs were broken. • • • BROODER HOUSE FIRES: 300 baby chicks burned at the Raymond Weiland place, in the east part of Wesley 400 baby chicks at the H. I. Sabin place Irvington. where Mrs. Sabin was partially overcome fight the at Melvin a sister last week. Mrs. David Strachnn passed away at Belk> Plaine. She was a sister of Mrs. Jas. Godfrey. Mrs. Wm. Schulz. and Mrs. M. L. Barton, all of LuVerne. Whittemore Senior Diplomas Presented Whittemore: Thursday evening at the Academy hall, the seniors of the Whittemore public school helc their commencement exercises Rev. W. H. Discher. pastor of the St. Paul's Lutheran church, gave a very inspiring address. The members of the graduating class were: Delbert Dogotch. Norbert Zumach. Earl Airmn. Violn Voigt. Imojrene Wngner. Helen Hahn anil Christene Kenne. Christine Kenne gave the valedictory speech nnd Imogene Wagner was vilutatorian. Professor F. J. Rochford presented the diplomas and a sextet sang the song. "In the Time of the Roses" with Miss Greteman at the piano. 281 at Wesley's Community Picnic Wesley: The third annual com mtinity picnic was held last Friday May 20th. at the public schoo grounds. This was started three years ago by Supt. Eldon Ravlin with an attendance that year o 165. Last year there were 235 attended and this year about 281 peo- [•!» ate a picnic lunch that war served in the home economics room anc various other In each room there were exhibits of the various class. The sports consisted of five kittenball games the first between the married men nnd the single men. srcond between high school boys and married men and third between high school boys and single men which went to Societies and Olubs Birthday Anniversary— A group of Mends and relatives honored O. L, Miller last we«k Sunday on hl« birthday anniversary by surprising him with a pot luck dinner after which the afternoon was spent socially, with the more ambitious ones playing kittenball. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Everett L«e and son, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. i*e Colwell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skilllng and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eliott Skilllng and daughter, Mr. nnd *rs. Charles Harvey and family, Mrs. Fred Skilllng and children. R J. Fry and daughter, Audry, Mr<. Bert Baldwin and children, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gregson. The group presented Mr. Miller with a gift. Bruns, travel, and Mrs. Fred Pow ell, low. A lunch was romd by the hostess late In the afternoon. Ben RoMlM— The Htti Hussy bridge club met Friday evening at the home of O D. Brund&ge. Bridge was played at two tables. Swea-Eagle News Although she has fox terrier, Is npsetling- canine precedent by mothering," with h« own milk, seven one week old skunks. -», by Herbert Bryant of Plymouth, *"**""" i Immediate- was eaten in the rooms. ~ uv ^nn_na aj Mansager's, Fenton CARL HANSON, north of Wesley farmer, was cut and bruised ^»l!A e PP edof f«««rtor.and foot - — • «•• 1*13 IUUL ajippcu and he was run over by the drag THREE UJVERNE WOMEN lost Mother of Wesley Woman Succumbs Wesley: Mrs. Ammon Lease received word Wednesday night that her mother had passed away at 7:30 that evening at her home in Urbana. Iowa, following a year's illness of cancer. Mrs. Lease left by bus the next morning. Mr. Lease and son. Burrell, left Friday morning, the funeral being Friday afternoon. Besides Mrs. Lease she leaves her husband, two sons, Orrin of Eugene, Oregon; Max of Cedar Rapids Iowa, and two other daughter Miss Lola Burrell of Grand Rapids. Michigan, and Myrna Burrell of Lake View, Iowa. Miss Alice Glaus of Fenton who taught in Swea District No. 5, expects to leave at an early date for California where she will visit a sister. nine innings nnd ended when Lawrence Hildman sprained his ankle. 32 Seniors, Largest Class, at Livermore Livermore: The junior-senior banquet, with the Misses Florence Warren and Miriam Evans, as the sponsors, was held Saturday, May 14. in the old gymnasium. The program arranged consisted of "Aboard Ahoy". Edythe Fox: "Ballats," Carl Groh; "Ocean Rolls." A. Bredall; "Anchor." Wilma Monson; "Reefs." Warren Kobbins: "Ducking." L. E. Cockrill. Toastmaster was Sterling Logue. Eight sophomores. Charlotte Logue. Maxine Wilson. Darline Sykes, Velva Kubly, Robert Ophcim Keith Baessler, Roland Thornton, arA Clayton Stoddard, dressed as tailors, were in charge of the serving of the banquet, which wn» pre- pbrcd by Mr. and Mrs. Ai-\n Cameron. The largest class of seniors, numbering 32, that the Livfrmore high srhcol has ever turned ou:, will finish this year. 300 Frolic at Rural School Day On Friday at Good Hope Church Union: Th • llth annual rural sol-civ! day sponsored jointly by the school board r.nd the Mothers' and Daughters club was held Friday, May 20th at the community center nf Union townshi,-, Good Hope church with 300 men. women and children in attendance. Tl'o dnv was cloudy and chilly. nnl--ing it necessa-y to hold the or. recitation "Twin" by Stanley Reldel, song -"Nobody's Darling but Mine"—Clarice Reibhoff and Elaine icnic dinner in the nent. church base- District No. 3 enjoyed their pic- ic lunch at the H. I. Dood<: home cnrby. ;lic courtesy beine much ppreciattd. The sports were licit! out of doors n.s usunl with Earl Taylor in f harpe being assisted by Jens Snrcnsen Glen Jenkinson, Homer Dodds. Clar ence Reibhoff and DeLos Gardner Races and winners were as fo lows : Running Race* Boys 12 and over— 1. \Vm. Kohl Engstrom with victoria accompaniment, Miss Natalie Mann, teacher- District No. 7. skit by "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" singing"Heigh-Ho", accompanied by Frances nWikel at the piano, Betty Jean Rich depicting Snow White. Mrs. Catherine Harris, teacher. "Oh Susanna" was sung by the I pupils and their teachers. The I spelling awards were then presented liy Mrs. Gardner. The spelling contest has taken place several weeks Faculty Party- Esther Quinby, Margaret Eng- |lund, Barbara Moyle, C. E. Rlden- our, Margaret Hullerman, Mrs. By- I ron Arnold pnd Miss Qllmore were the committee In charge fit f.h« faculty party, Tuesday evening, at the shelter house in the Call State park. A 6:30 dinner was served and the evening was spent playing bingo. The event honored Gladys Belgler, Florence Young and Ruth Arnold who will be married following th school year. Party for Sir*. Asher— Mrs. H. M. Olson entertained a a one o'clock luncheon at her home Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs Rae Asher, who will move to Wesi Union June 1. Covers were laid for eight, the guests being the members of her bridge club. The honoree received the high score priza it bridge and a guest prize. Florence Looft Is helping her aunt, Mrs. Wohnke, at the Bancroft hospital this week. Schools In rural districts closed last week. Each school held picnics at their own schools and some went to Interlaken. Mrs. Frank Looft and Mrs. O. A. Jenson entertained the Baptist Ladles' Guild at the Guild hall in Swea City last Friday atfernoon. Mrs. O. A. Jenson, Mrs. Em II Larson, Mrs. Virgil Jenson and Mr, and Mrs. Maynard Jenson attended the East Chain Ladies' Community Aid meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Claude Faugest. REPAIR ITIHU1IIIT- I. II. nil. I. / ftEMODEL Pay out of income. Complete plans, materials and financing. The new lumber yard near Milwaukee Depot. Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234 otne. — . . 2nd. Walter Heerdt: 3rd Mel Bncon Read The Want Ads—it Pay« BLUE RIBBON Short length, and a «IUIP( ZENDER'S (( For Values Supreme" Blue Ribbon Bargain Day Thurs. May 26th And Friday and Saturday Also We don't claim to belong to any huge buying organization, but we do know, we pay NO BROKERAGE FEE to maintain luxurious offices and homes. We could join an organization of 400 stores, but we find it cheaper to buy with our own cash. Every item we sell is bought in our own store by us, and we can buy for less and sell for Jess AND WE DO! Union SuiU >1»'<'V(-. atikli- < '••lulled Viii'ii ui*. Special 49r. E. & F. Sox Hlai-k, liluc find i a!l with whiiv in;i ( 'r!i(i( (I. Ii<'f>'iilar l-'ic si i ].;. Special 10c Overalls l^iii i-u.t, I'MUMIV. ),; yard saiif..ri/,.,| nv-"-- 1111, worth .fl.o.s. Special 89c Summer Union Suits III Suits at Clean-Up Prices / 5 suits at a Clean-up Price. Sizes range from 35 to 42, in all models, and are now priced to sell at $ 11.50 50 Suits priced to move. These are Harris weeds, Twists and Worsteds in all models and sizes from 35 to 46 stout. If you ;ir e a short, regular or stout, we can fit you at Boys 10 to 12 years—1st Rah, Taylor: 2. Durwood Rutled^p- 3 James Romstad. Boys 8 to 9 years—1. Jamos Lmv man; 2. Paul Schenck; 3. Curti Gardner. Boys 6 to 7 years -I. Dor- Ri -ken 2. Raymond Schenck. and .1 Jin Mittag. Girls 12 years and over -1st Eil een Licurnnce; 2nd. Ruby Alf ,-mr 3rd. Mary Dearch and Velma John son. tied. Girls 10 to 12 years-1. Marjori Mitchell; 2, Velma Shipler; 3, Joar Hornstad. Girls 8 to 9 years—1, Beverl Long; 2, Iris Lowman; 3, Doroth Lieurance. Girls 6 to 7 years-1, Letha Rut ledge; 2. Shirley Lieurance; .?. Bel ty Dearchs. I'otato RHCI* L'oy.i J2 years and over- 1 U'adi Black; 2. Wm. Kohl; 3. Me! W-Oii Hoy.s 10 to 12 years: 1. Durwood Riitledsc; 2. Jim Romstad- .! Pe<il Black. Boys 8 to 9 years: !. Curtis Gardner; 2. Eugene Black: 3 Jas Louman and Billy Jenkinson tied. Boys 6 to 7 years: 1. Domild Riek- cn; 2. Raymond Schenck; 3 Jas Mittag. Girls 12 years and over- 1 Mary Dearchs; 2. Velma Johnson;'3 Eil- i-cn Lieuranre. Girls 10 to 12 years: 1, Dorothy leuran^c; 2, Gloria Long; 3 Betty Dearchs. Sack Kace Boys 12 years and over: 1 Wm Kohl; 2. Mel Bacon; 3, Wade Black Boys 10 to 12 years: 1, J im R om : Mad; 2. Cecil Black; 3, Ralph Tay- Boys 8 to 9 years: 1. James Lowman; 2, Roger Scott; 3. Curtis Ga.-cl- 2 B John 6 Rorn y s e ta M '' D °" Rieken; Schtnck. Girls 12 years and over: i Eileen Lieurance; 2. Ruby Alt; 3, Velma Johnson. Girls 10 to 12 years: 1, Lavonne Bacon; 2. Velma Shipler; 3, Shirley Harvey. ' Girla 8 to 9 years. 1. Dorothy , , taped Special 49c $ 14.50 TRADE AT ZENDER'S- WHERE VALUE IS FACT - NOT A SLOGAN 2. Shirley Lieurance; 3" "oetu Dearchs. f Three Legged Rnw Boys 10 to 12 years: 1, Ralph Taylor and Jim Romstad; 2 Wade Black and Durwood Rutledge; 3 Cecil Black and Roger i'kott Boys 8 to 9 yearn: i, Cleo Shipler and Lee Schenck; 2. Jas. Harvey and Curtis Gardner Boys 6 to 7 years: 1, Don Rlek- en and John Romstad. Girls three-legged race: 1, Betty Sarchett and Eileen Lieurance 2 Ruth Heerdt and Velma Shipler- 3 Ruby Alt and Velma Johnson. The sports program closed with a ug of war won by the boys At 1:30 p. m. all assembled in the hurch proper for the program Mrs. Fjaden, president of the Union Mothers and Daughter* club opened the meeting and turning the program over to Mrs De|os G . ir(jner chairman of the rural schools day committee. Rev. Wood gave the in | vocation. "Battle Hymn of the Republic" was sung by the audience- with Ruth Heerdt at the piano School No. 6. Miss Helen Schulu teacher, presented the "Toonervillo I no": School No 3, Miss Evelyn Dudda teacher, a flay "College Pro- K-saor nnd Pupils."; School No. 1 "The Wedding of Jack and Jill" witli Betty Dearchs as Jill and John Romstad as Jack with assistant.- Carmellit Pi-user is the teacher, Dist. No. 4, SOUK, "Just a Song at Twilight" and "Stars of the Summer Night" pupils with Miss Dorothy Knulxeti teacher; District No. 5, "Little Old Lady" sung by Esther Will, accompanied by Frances Win kel at the piano and characterized by Shirley Harvey; District No. 2, playlet, Frank Jeiikinson announc- prevlous. Spelling Winners 7th nnd 8th grade—1. Letty Sarchett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Rov Sarchet: 2 Doris Drayton; 3 Mary Joyce Rich, and 4, Ruth Heerdt. nth and 16th grade—1. Esther Will. daiiRhter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will; 2, Virginia Mlttag; 3. Walte- Hecrdt; 4. Clarice Reibhoff. 3rd and 4th grade-1, Donna Jean Mitchell, daughter of Mitchells of l-our Corners; 2, Patty Mittag; 3, Paul Schenck: 4. Eugene Black. 8th grade-District No. 11. Lester Oodden: 2. Eileen Lieurance; .1. Joyce Romstad; 4. Mary L. Dcarchs No. 3—Betty Turner. No. 4, Ruby Alt and Ruth Heerdt District No. 5—1. William Kohl 2. Cecil Will; 3, Clarice Campney; 4 Letty Sarchett; 5. Betty Sarchett. District 6—Lois M. Gardner. DUtrlct 7—Mary Joyce Rich. The eighth grade graduates, 18 in number, marched in taking their places on the platform while Mary Wood played the processional. Rev. Mnhlemnn addressed the graduates OFI "Happiness. Where Do the Blues Rogin." They were each presented with rorsnges by the Indies of the Mr.-hcrs ,-ind Daughters Hub. W. I. Dodds. president of tho liool hoard, was unable to award IIP iliplom.-iR due to school being out i week earlier than last year, th Inal grades of the pupil* having no "••:-n returned from DCS Mdine The pupils winning high score wi P announced later. I-urgofit (iruduating ria<tt This vvai the largest class grad Kited from the township school im-e (ho beginning of the lura chool day. School District No. 1 in the schoo aving the largest attendance, upils. It also was awarded lllc rize or having the best number resented on the program. Judges •ere appointed among the audience heir appointment being not madi, nown. Following some advice given the raduates by Mr. Dodds. Rev. Wood losed the meeting by the bcnedic on. Perfect attendance certificates •ere awarded to District No. 1— rloria Rae Long, Beverly Jean ong and Duane Long; District No -James Harvey and Ralph Tay- ir; District No. 7 -Donna Jean 'itchell. Marjorie Mitchell and Ca-Mitchell. The decorations were in pink and green, using crepe pape- streamers and baskets of flowers In a very pretty effect. The decoration committee consisted of Mrs. Robert Lea son, chairman. Mrs. Ray Lieurance, Mrs. Fred Will, Mrs. Walter Heerdt. Mrs. Ol«f Romatad. and Mrs. Claude Dearcha. Dinner Club— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster entertained the Neighborhood Dinner club Tuesday evening at a seven o clock dinner served at Walburgs The group returned to the Foster home and spent the remainder of Mrs. W. G. McCullough received "the nigh family prize. Bridge Club at Hull's— Mrs. Harry Hull entertained the members of her bridge club at her home. Tuesday evening. Score winners at bridge were Mrs. M J Pool, high, and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, low Mrs. Robert Larson and Marguerite Kenefick were guests. E. T. W. Club— BEAUTIFUL NEW PERFECTION RANGE fSAVE > KEROSFNE . enter- the members of the E T W ' Exclusive "TABLE-TOP" Features T HIS beautiful porcelain enameled range is like no other "table-top" oil range you have ever seen. Many exclusive convenience features to match its beauty oven burners mounted on slide, can be drawn forward" for convementlighting...large "Live-Heat" oven, full porcelain finish ..two large reservoirs, BOTH easily lifted out from FRONT... Range available with or without cook- •ing-top cover, lamp, timer and condiment set shown here. Come in and see this bcarty nnd the other Perfection*, with elbow-hirjh oven:, snd stoves with one to five burners. ~ Kohlhaas & Spilles CcuJi ui on UJont-fld R rs Roeder, high, Mrs. Hen" Loses Hand in Shelter Wesley; Henry Killian, whose hand was lost in a corn shelter accident near Elgin, III., several weeks ago. is here for a visit with home folks. While the wound causes him considerable pain, he is able to be up and about all the time. Hospital News Ko»kutit Hospital News Wednesday, May 11—Mrs. W. M. Jones of West Bend gave birth to a baby girl. Thursday. May 12 Florence Young of Algona, surgical. Friday, May 13—Mrs. Vincent Cruise of Wesley gave birth to a baby girl. Friday. May 13—Elmer Mauen- tein of Algona., medical. Friday. May :3- Mrs. W. E. Boat uf North Dakota, surgical. Complete Kitchen Cabinet With Utilities . . . White, trimmed in ml, 74 inclu-.s wide MODEL Porcelain sliding work top, lifetime finish . . full roll front, not semi. A Wonderful Lot of Shelf Space, R^ular price $74.50 Plenty of Work Room. A beautiful $55.OO Asset to Any Kitchen Blue Ribbon Bargain Day $15 Floor Lamps Indirect Lighting:, Triple Switch, Silk Shade Blue Ribbon fj*H !~gl Bargain Day «P-i-M»O V Other Floor Lamps, Indirect Lighting, Various Styles 13.50 Lamp* at $10.50 $12 Lamp* at _ _$8.95 $11 Lamps at $8 and many other* Magazine and Book Stands In maple finish; neat, new lines BLUE RIBBON BARGAIN DAY A #2.95 to f 4.B5 General HonpihU New* Tuesday, May 10—Marjorie Maize ier ot Ledyard, major surgery. Wednesday, May 11—H. S. Pain of Humboldt, minor surgery. Thursday, May 12—Mrs. F. W. Green o/ Algooa. major auvgery. Saturday, M»y 14—Mr*. Merle Webster, Algona, major surgery. BlUE j RIBBON, KNEE HOLE DESK and CHAIR At a price you usually pay for desk alone! * Maple or walnut finish- modern lines, leather seat ••hail's tOK With chair +*& to match Regular price $35.00 BJUSTROM'S "Complete Home Outfitters"

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