The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1038 OTTOSEN ALUMNI BANQUET, JUNE 4 Big Attendance, Guests .From Many Distant Points Present Ottosen: The annual alumni banquet was held Saturday evening, June 4th at the school gymnasium with 75 attending. The following program was given with Lee Holt of Arnold's Park acting as toastmaster: welcome, Jesse Lovig, president of alumni; response, Frances Enockson, president of the senior class; vocal duct, Fae and Mae Van Buskirk; reading, Mrs. Harold Jacobson; piann solo, Doris Shipley; records of the alumni, Supt. Truesdell; music by boys' quartette. Lea Wehrspann. John Hanson, Harold Henrikson and Elliott Kinseth am a talk by James Clave of Webster City. After the program a short business meeting was held. The new officers are: Connor Starin, pres ident; Harold Henrikson, vice pres ident; Mrs. Harold Jacobson. sec retary; Pearl Hanson, treasurer. Guests were Chris Ottosen o Webster City and the senior clas~ of 1938: Garmon Adams, Frances Bergum, Frances Enockson, John Hansen, Jr., James Moore, Connor Starin, Kenneth Sween. Fae Van Buskirk, Mae Van Buskirk, Leo Wehrspann, Nellie Welter. Those who attended from a distance were: James Clave of Webster City, Lorranle Bergum of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Longseth of Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lemke of Rolfe, Russell Gallon and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Arnold's Park, Mr. and Decorah Publisher Centennial Leader SWEATWP.GIRL NURSE GRADUATED Mae Peterson Concludes Work at Iowa Lutheran Hospital d" WAIT, TILL JO BE COOL. 3. C. Hammond, above, publisher of the Decorah Journal, has been handling the assignment of managing director of the Iowa Centennial committee. He is being ably assisted by Robert Burlingame, secretary of the Centennial committee. Some 60 papers in the state will commemorate the Centennial year with special editions during 1938, Mr. Hammond states, and a number of community events are also being planned In conjunction with the Centennial. Mrs. Bob Naeve of Albert City, Flo Cooper and Mrs. Helen Campbe of Humboldt, Mrs. James Togea of Fort Dodge, Miss Maxine Moa of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Be nnrd Jacobs and Harvey Mertz West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Dona Larson of Bode. Swea City: Walter Peterson and hree children and Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson were in Des Molnes ast week attending graduation exercises of the Iowa Lutheran hospital of which Mr. Peterson's daughter, Mae, has completed her training. Ruth and Hattie Erickson of Rockford, 111., aunts of Miss Peterson, came to Des Monies and accompanied the party home for a few days' visit. Swea 4-II at Rally The Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club girls attended the county rally day at Burt last week Tuesday. There are only seven girls in the club and all were present in uniform. The girls' song "Stars of tho Summer Night" of which they received a superior rating. They received an excellent for picture contest and superior for music memorv work. Their leader, Mrs. Emll Lar- son and Mrs. Carl Rath accompanied the girls. Miss Avis Byers and their friends of Minneapolis were last week end visitors at the John Jongbergs. Mrs. Andrew Berg entertained tho Baptist Ladles' Bible class at her home last Thursday afternoon. Pearl Mitchell of Fort Dodge visited the past week with Mrs. John Jongberg and other friends at Armstrong. Harold Schuler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler returned home last week to spend vacation on the farm. He completed first year work at Western Union College, LeMars. and was awarded letters in bnsebill and basketball. Mr. and Mrs. Frnncis Torino and daughter, Cheryle moved Inst week into the Patterson tenant home in Grant vacated by Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Allen. Mr. Torino has boon employed as farm hand for Patterson the past two years. Mrs. J. Edwnrd Lnrson nnd her daughter, Bonnie of Insrlewood, California, arrived at Emll Larson home last Thursday for a visit here with relatives and friends. The> were accompanied on the trip b> Mr. and Mrs. Arnlc Hovey and their daughter, Claries, who stopped off nt Badger to visit Mr. Hovey's father, after which they will come here nnd the party will go to Wlllmar Minn. a fishing trip at Lake Mille Lac, rtinn. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saunders spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moin•s. Mr. Saunders attended a bankers' convention. Mrs. Elizabeth Dlschler of Rork Valley arrived Friday for a visit at the home of her brother, Joe Sandschulte and her niece, Mrs. Thos. Garry. Antoinette Hart arrived home on Thursday to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hart. Miss Hart is a student at the State University of Iowa. Margaret and Mary Elaine Devine, Helen Droessler and Eileen Murray, students at St. Theresa's College at Winona. Minn., returned home this week to spend their vaca- tions with their rcspectives parents. Mrs. M. A. Saunders entertained her club at 500 Friday afternoon. Mrs N E Sheridan won high score and Mrs. Elizabeth Duddlng, « guest of the club, won the cut prize. V THE HUB CLOTHIERS Offer You Thoughtful, Practical, But As Always - Economical Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Picnic at River Mesdames Frank Householder and sons, David and Kenneth, Mrs. Melvln Hawk and son, Charles, Mrs. Ralph Hulbert and children. Junior, Rita and Mcrwin, Mrs. Mer- wln Marlow and son, Merril Faye, Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter, Ruth, enjoyed a picnic dinner at the river near Bancroft Wednesday. YoU on nuke the temperature In your home drop tomorrow •• much •i 15°. A thick layer of Zonolit* Jlome limitation spread In thenttlc •lone will brlna Immedlitecomf ort; cool, rettful nl»ht« «nd llnible da>-». Zcnollte can b« ln«tal!ed easily, quickly and ln«ipeml«l y. You can ercn do t he job yourielf. 11 l« *af • and pleaunt to handle, fireproof, Termlnproof and will outla.t your home. Let u« cirimate your need* today. , Phone *M Jim Pool Doan Ladies at ' Sexton Aid Session Doan: Guest day was held at Sexton, Wednesday. June 8, by the Ladies' Aid, and a luncheon was served at 1:15 o'clock. Those attending from Doan were Mesdames Katie Elefson, Petra Larson, Ruth Sparks, Ella Martlnek, Agatha Hansen, Marie Christenson. Maud Brink, EIna Buffington, Alice Rippentrop, Pearl Asa, Ellen Bolcnus. Pearl Knox. Viva Hoover, Sadie Struthers, Olgu Hott. Nola Hoover, Florine Hood and June Asa. Home made ice cream and strawberries will be served by the Ladies' Aid at the Doan church, Tuesday, June 21, and the public is invited. L. E. Krantz III L. E. Krantz submitted to an operation at a Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Wednesday, June 8, and Is reported as well as can be expected. His son, Raymond, was with him Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa were down Thursday night to see him. Mrs, Ruth Hanaen and Patty Lou at OttOMO attended the Aid meeting »t Mi*. H*rwy Johiwon,, JUM ». A vacation Bible school closed on June 10, which was held at Tltonka and Included the Doan community. It was under supervision of Rev. W. L. Patterson. At church services Sunday there will be some special music by the choir and young folks. Birthday Party Mrs. Raymond Bicrstedt entertained at a birthday party Monday afternoon in honor of her son. Don- FENTON ADDS NEW FACULTY MEMBER Textbook Changes Are Also Made, Supt. Otterness Announces Fenton: The board of education of the Fenton public school elected Mariam Ver Tecr of Buffalo Center t a meeting last week Tuesday eve ing. The faculty la now comp'ete upt M. E. Otterness announce! ( hange in text books for the nex erm of school. Readers In the 3rd th, 6th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades anguage books in the 7th and 8th [rades and agriculture book* in th school.'--SfSt .»<; ••::'• •'*••-'' f . • Pretty, Practical Wash Frocks For Summer •Voile •Dotted Swiss •Sheers •Lawn •Shantung Gay as a circus and Just as colorful. It's nice to know, too. that they'll wash and wash wtlhout mingling of colors. The styles are practically innumerable. $1.00 $1.95 $2.95 The ELITE Shop Independence 4-H The Independence Idealist 4-H club met at the home of Ivad Bolte on Tuesday, June 7. Th cader, Mrs. \V. P. Welsbrod, th assistant leader, Mrs. Bertel Berkp nnd and ll members were presen '^avnun Priebe and Sonla Thomp son were named campaign man tigers for Helen Kern who has a county office. Ivadel Bolte (rave talk on "How to Prevent Fires in the Home/ Lorraine Berkp- land gave a health talk on how to walk, stand and sit correctly. A Thriving Business Works with the Bank This hank's business is to actively aid in helping' von to run your business or farm because as you thrive so does the bank This bank is an institution that thrives bv encouraging and supporting everv kind of sound business enterprise. , AVt . i uv ite you t.. consult us on your problems. Iowa State Bank "A Friendly, Accommodating Bank, At Your Service" Mervin Priebe and Henry Lindsey were Mason City business visitors last week Monday. Supt. M. E. Otterness left last week to spend the summer with relatives at Poinette, Wis. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained her sewing club last week Wednesday. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber was n guest. George Skarre and Lyle Basset returned home Thursday from Chicago where they spent a week with relative*. Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman was hostess to the Palrvllle Ladies Aid solely Thursday afternoon. Mrs Dan Hantelman was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum lef ast week Wednesday for Iowa City where Mr. Tatum will attend the university during the .summer. Erv<n Borchardt, son of Mr. and .trs. Otto Borchardt, submitted to a tonsilectomy operation at the Mc- LYeery hospital last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Voigt took heir daughter, Mercedes to Cedar •'alls last week Tuesday where Mer- •edes will attend the State Teaciur* College. W. V. Yager attended a meeting ,f the Farm Bureau oil company at Kmmetsburg Thursday evening. Mr. Yager operates u tank wagon out of Fenton. Faith Finnestad accompanied friends to Minneapolis Friday where she will visit relatives for a week She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Finnestad. Mrs. Prince Rominger returnee to her home in Des Moines the first of the week after several days hen with her mother, Mrs. Jake Heiitfe and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogas jf this place accompanied Mr. am Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Britt on a lishing trip to northern Minnesota lust week Saturday. Mrs. Henry Schulte and children. Howard and Beverly, came home Sunday after 'spending last week with Mrs. Schultu's parents. Mr. ;ind Mrs. George Formats at Gay- lui'd, Minn. Mrs. Henry Rcimers, Mrs. E. C. Weinbrod, Mrs. W. V. Yager. Mrs. Amos Finnestad, and Mrs. F. H. Bonn and Jackie and Georgia Ger- tiards spent Sautrday In Mason City ul the Raymond Reimers home. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moses left last week Wednesday for Long Beach, California, where they plan to make tlitir home. Mr. and Mrs. Mo*.'S spent several months here with Mrs. Moseo' parents, Mr. und Mrs. John Arbogast. Rev. and Mrs, R. W. KabuliU went to Scward, Jfeb., Thursday. On their return Friday they were accompanied by their daughter. Tuaneldu. and son, Robert, who huv ; been attending Concordia Teachers College the pout year. aid's ninth birthday. Guests were Glen Sanders. Kenneth Householder, Rita Hulbert, Charles Householder, Jr., Darwin Frye, Ruth Ellen Householder, Donald Nelson, Catherine Householder. Kenneth Flaig, Harold Nelson, Mrs. Frank Householder and David and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Burt. The daily vacation Bible school losed Friday with a picnic nt the all park. Mrs. Caroline Ackerirmn of Burt pent Thursday and Friday at the 'rank Flnig home. Miss Kathryn Stehritz spent Tues- jny with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz at Bancroft. Mrs. Calvin Householder was >rought home from the Kossuth jospitnl Thursday evening. Miss Leona Schiltz. of Bancroft was a guest of Kathryn Stebritz 'rom Thursday until Saturday. Mrs. Ida Tarbcll returned to her home at Waterloo Monday evening ifter spending a week here with TJemls. Miss Elma Krueger accompanied Mrs. George Jentz of Fenton to Fairmont, Wednesday and called at the Mark Simmons home. Mrs. Ralph Hulbert and children, Mrs. Frank Householder and son, David, spent Tuesday afternoon at the Alton .Hulbert home near Whittemore. Mrs. Bernard Lceper and children,, Darrel and Gene, spent Saturday at the Hugh Marlows. Another son, Billy, spent the day with the Charles Hawks. R, T. Angus. Mrs. N. L. Cotton •ad ita. -A *L H*»»rt o* Olld*m and Mr. and Mrs. George Crow of Farber, Mo., went to Rochester, Thursday for a visit with relatives. The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Priebe Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. M. Jensen assisting hostess. Mesdames Frank Householder and Thos. D. Arenda had charge of the program.. Miss Kathryn Stebritz nccompan- cd her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, ..oona and Bertha Schiltz of Ban- •roft to Fort Dodge Saturday where hey vi.sited the Francis Poolc lomc until Sunday afternoon. Frank Flaig. Otto Jensen, L. H. Marlow, Albert Hutchison, H. J. Rice A. H. Hanna. J. M. Blanchard and J. M. Hulbert of Glldden left for Bow String Lake, Minnesota, .Vednesday for a few days of fish- ng. SUNDAY. JUNE 19th Beautiful Colors Distinguish Supcrba Ties Handsome nil-silk crepe tics in stripes. spaced patterns, and Inrge or small figures. Splendidly constructed to stand up and "take it." 1 .00 Another Group of Summer Ncrkwrar ....................................... 2 f° r For Sportsmen— A POLO SHIRT Popular 3-button Gaucho style in plain, small, medium and large. $1.00 Portland Twp. Pupils Rank Hi in Exams Portland: Portland school children who wrote and passed the county eighth grade examinations and are now eligible for high school are: Harold Becker, Veryl Baas, Richard Bristow*, Lee Brayton, Dale Dickmeyer, Richard Groen*, Katy Henken, Marie Krueger, Edward and Marilyn Long, Elsie Larsen*, Lois and Lucille Marlow, Margaret Presthus, John Rike, Betty Stewart* and Donald Weber. Although the tests proved .very difficult, five of these received an average grade of above 90 per cent. One having a 94 per cent was Betty Stewart; Katie Henlien 'J3.5 per cent; Uristow. <J3 per cent; Elsie Lai-sen 91.7 per tent and Groen 90.9 ptr tent. Tony Jamil's brother. Matt Jf.ndl, Sioux Falls, S. l>-, visited here for several days last week. Virginia Tren.iry goes to Ames Wednesday for the State 4-H con veiitiou which is in session until Saturday. Bill Fruhm's brother and a friend Joe Lewis, spent a day visiting at the Tony Jandl home last week, where Bill is employed. Melvln Baas is working for Ted Ringbdorf who is not quite as well as usual. The Frank Mulligan family. Bancroft, spent Monday at the Ted Ringsdorfs. Buys Beauty Shop Portland: Elda Jandl went to Iowa Fulls ten days ago and inir- chased a beauty shop, which s>he is now operating. She is doing very well and we wish her success. March of Progress Queen Contest g Votes May Be Obtained at our g Store with all Cash Purchases | MANHATTAN and SHIRTCRAFT SHIRTS of Lustro-Spun White Broadcloth Expert Tailoring, precise fit and outstanding quality mark these shirts as the Inevitable selection of well-groomed men of any age. 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