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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1938 GIRLS ORGANIZE WORLD WIDE GUILD Swea-Eagle: Twelve girls met it the home of Mrs. Dettmer Thompson last Friday afternoon to organ- ice a Baptist World Wide Guild. Mrs. Thompson was appointed leader, and the following girls are the officers: Margie Hillsten, president; jLlIla Berg, vice president; Jeanne Sperbeck, secretary; Ruby Berp. treasurer and Florence Looft, program leader. By-laws of the organization were read and other plans discussed. The meetings will be held the first Monday of each month at the homes of the girls. Visitors present were Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe, Mrs. Selmer Uhr and Florence Erickson. A lunch was served by Mrs. Thompson. Vernon S. Ellis of Denver, Colo., called on old friends here last week. Mr. Ellis for many years was editor of the Swea City Herald. He owns a farm in Swea township. Funeral Services Held for Infant Son of Charles Hanson Livermore: Funeral services for the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hansen were held here Donovan funeral home from the Saturday. The child was born at Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Tuesday and died unexpectedly Friday evening. The Rev. M. J. Costello officiated, and burial was made at Mt. Calvary cemetery here. This was their first child. Mrs. R. W. Beardsley, wife of our local doctor, and their three children, nnd Mrs. Harry Clark rehirn- rd to their homes here Friday after several weeks' visit at Mattoon, Wis . where they had been visiting in the home of the parents of Mrs. Beard- slcy. Fred Burrell and daughter, Myrnu of Urbana. Iowa, came Wednesday and will visit over the week end nt the home of their daughter and sister. Mrs. Ammon Lease. AUTO LOANS Yes. we loan for the purchase of ww cars. Loans are repayable in .small monthly payments over from 12 to IS months. Simple interest at only T/ c . No finance. or side fees. Iowa State Bank ALGOXA A Safe, Friendly Bank MR. AND MRS. JOHN ROOSEVELT AND PARENTS— Nahant, Mass.: The bride and bridegroom of the No. 1 wedding of 1938 who were married in the century-old Nahant church last Saturday are shown with their parents at the reception that was afterwards held at the Nahant Club. Left to right: Mrs. F. HtrVen Clark, widowed mother of the bride; Mrs. John Roosevelt (nee Miss Anne Clark; John Roosevelt, and his parents, President and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jack Johnson Just l)on't Like Louie 9 s Fight Style Brownies, Colored Base Ball Team, Didn't Even Hear the Fight Jack Johnson, only other negro besides Joe Louis to hold the world's heavyweight title, was also the only former champion to predict a Schmeling win over Louis Sports writers have suggested that Lil 1 Arthur may be a bit jealous of the Brown Bomber. But that isn't the reason which members of tha Algona Brownies, local colored team, say caused Johnson to pick Louis to be defeated. The Brownies, incidentally, did not hear the broadcast of Louis Schmeling "fight". Although most members of their race were listening somewhere to the account, the Brownies had a ball game to play Get Ready for the Fourth Your holiday will mean much more if you are properly prepared for the occasion. Here are a few timely suggestions at prices that add a gala spirit to the day. A frock for every miss size 14 to 20 And every woman's size 36 to 52 TUB FROCKS Si 00 Smartly fashioned of crisp cot ton-; .. . with details of tailorini; and finish you would expect to find in much. higher priced frocks. I • Cool New Sheers! • Attractive New Prints! • Guaranteed Fast Colors! More Style—More Value—Better Fabrics Offered in Smart Vacation Clothes Simplicity in smartness are these expensive looking frocks—when you see them, you'll agree they're youthful, flattering and fit to perfection . . . wear them everywhere. They're smart and practical. ANKLETS lOc 15c New styling., and colors with novelty turn down cult a. Whites. I'astuls an;i dark stripe.-,. White Hats I'lenty i>f white and pastel hats . . . al>" dark culurs. Fr»m turbans to cartwheels. Chiffon HOSE •:';\ Silk 39c Ju.-t to tiiu knee. F.la.itii: keep.* them up. You don't have to roil the.be. A practical fashion for girls and women. that evening and the brief heavyweight battle was over a few minutes before Satchell Foster haj finished shutting out the Bancroft team. The ball players said that Jack Johnson didn't pick Louis to win because "he all don't like Loui's style of fightin'. " They scouted any suggestion that the element of jealousy might be involved. Another belief which the ball players disproved was that all colored people had bet their shirts on the outcome of the epic fight. Danny Tnylor. right fielder and heavy sticker, however, "made a little" on admitted he it. Questioned as to his opinion of the relative merits of Louis and Johnson he said, "Shucks, Louis would put John- -DII down in no time." "This hcah Henry Armstrong might be pound foh pound a better fighter though.' Peewee Pequez, diminutive pitching ace confirmed White's opinion that it was merely dislike of the champion's fighting style thnt caused Johnson to pick Schmelin^. And it was "pretty hahd to say which was the better fighter, Louis or Armstrong." Manager Lowe, of the Brownies, was too busy to answer anv foolish private property, because they want more money. And then there are still some who back the present administration whose head gave a -rovernment job In the capital to C. I. O. Lewis In order to be able to handle more strikes in a better way, Private ownership in the United States gets no protection for the taxes It pays toward this end. Will ease it a little and save some. There's an ejection coming this fall, do you want to own your business or not? * * * Lodgers at the Sydney Walbtirg camps gathered round the office radio to hear the great championship fight. Sydney, wishing to accommodate all, ran for more benches. When he returned hi said, "Now you can sit down and enjoy the fight. "What fight?' queried the crowd. » * * \Vhen time came for the warm- up before Thursday's game Outfielder White of the Brownies didn't grab a ball and glove. He got hold of the lawn mower and did his v.-arming up cutting the grass in his field so he could find the ball. One of the pitchers not so fortuniato said. "Guess I keep on throwing, my place Is already mowed." Fenton Streets Treated for Dust Fenton: Fenton streets In the business district were treated with ca!- -•ium chloride last week in their annual dust-proof application. The work was done by members of the Fenton fire squad. The streets were first soaked with water and the chemical was applied with an end- gate seeder on a wagon. Fenton Auxiliary The Legion Auxiliary met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. H. B. Theesfield. The annual election of officers was held with the following result: president. Mrs. Ella Padgett: vice president, Mrs. Lena Stoeber; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Nellie Wolfe: chaplain, Mrs. Mary Warner; historian, Mrs. Myrtle Baago; publicity chairman. Mrs. Anna Kramer: sergeanc-at-arms, Mrs. Maud Dean; executive board. Mrs. Margaret Laage. Mrs. Tena Newel nnd Mrs. Mabel Theesfield: poppy chairman, Mrs. Eva Boettca- tr. Billy Boettcher of Burt came last week for a visit at the E. C. Weisbrod home. Helen Bergum of Bancroft is Hnase. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bergum. Ed Dehnert and Supt. Evans of LuVerne, were Fenton visitors Saturday and were callers at the F. H. Bohn home. Mrs. Mary Treptow ana Mr. and Mrs. Herman Treptow and son of Pierson, Iowa, came Wednesday for a visit at the Robert Votteler home. Ruske's mother, Mrs. Emma Ruske, who will remain with her son, Ray and family for an Indefinite visit. The Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Waterman took the catechism class of the M. E. church to the Waterman cottage at Okoboji Thursday for a day Mary Holldorf, Pauline and Ralph Voifrt Lyle Weisbrod, Betty Jean Schwartf Lavonne Newel, Maurice We brod, Harlan Holldorf, Ethel Weisbrod, and Betty Ann Meyers. Mrs. Alfred MeyeW and Virginia Frank drove cars to transport the group. Bernard EJrdman returned Saturday from a two weeks vacation questions since he hadn't heard the 3pe nding this week with Bernice tight anyhow. ., . _, , „ Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and son. Franklin, and Mrs. Kate Newel of Hartley were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson on Friday evening. Vincent Voetteler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler, suffered a broken collar bone last week when he jumped from a atraw pile, four feet high. He is a wearing a brace. Clarence Yager went to Mankato, Minn., Friday morning for "a few days' visit with Herman and Ru- About Town Says Loral folks were not to be denied the right to see a baby born via the moving picture screen. Those who attended the night shows at Hurt were nearly flabbergasted to see Al- gonians to the right, left, front and dolph Rhode. The Rhode family formerly lived near Fenton. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber submitted to a major operation at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, last week Monday. She was brought home on rear of them saying nothing about ( Saturday and is getting along nice- kntty corner. Curious next to morbid? * * * John Byson appeared on the street carrying a newly purchased horsewhip. A novelty in these days and more than one youngster asked in hyness the name of the article older men were admiring. * * W A foreman on the construction crew at the seed corn plant will answer to the name of Red Woods. Psychology from Missouri. Excavating a basement at Bancroft team of donkeys was used to haul dirt from the pit. On one load the team could not budge the heavy burden. A snap team was hooked ahead of them iind before the tui{s of the lead team were tightened someone said giddap and the mules pull- td it easily all by themselves. * • * Otto I.ain|f, superintendent of .school. 1 *, displayed his patriotism on Flag Day by hoisting Old Glory on it staff in his front yard at homi-. I'ttsscrsby looked wondering. The blue fiield and white stars were soar] in.; in the breeze on the bottom! j M<le of '.he ii;ig. Was it an upsidt.•• | dosvn Hat'. Otto? Or shall it n- thi.- old standby, absent-minded pro- fe-.:or? ly. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler are the proud owners of a Dodge c;ir purchased last week at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Votteler and sons went to Spencer last week Tuesday and drove it home. Mrs. Maud Brimmer and Donald Laffey of Armstrong visited Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber, Friday and attended the Feriton celebration. Mrs. Brimmer is a sister c'f Mrs. Stoeber and Donald is her nephew. The Walther League of the Lutheran church here held their first social meeting of the summer on the church lawn Thursday evening. Games were played and lunch served by Marie and Fernandes Fauerby. Wallace Smith, who spent some time in California since resigning from the United States Air service, Kelly Field. San Antonio. Texas, arrived home Wednesday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith. SUN SUITS For Little Tula 49c 69c ful patterns, ful pati-rna. years. Misses' Si/i-s 1 to .Sl£fj 1 to • and 3 to (i and 3 to 0 White Gloves 49c Wlllli.- Fabrii Mean String n-led Hiylu- WASH FABRICS • Swuxtta • Uuiutif» Flock Uot Voilw, The ( li-iii (ioiitlinans lutve a sin;.',!e h.infun hen. It is full of religion for MX days a week it will lay an egg and on the- seventh it will re.it. As him: as Sunday comes around the bantam is as sure not ta lay. * • * \Vliy 150 to New York to see a bijf time /ight when right up on .State street one can see a cheaper but far better one than the last world title bout? Any way, a little aforementioned publicity woulj have gone for • a sellout. Bare knuckles, the rights and lefts, weav- • 1-iiw n» All at i, Low i 'rice 25c If you si-w. we urgi- you to bt here- fur ti.ii thrilling selling. Slacks n.oo Smartly tailored twill stylea 14 to 20. A holdiay uecesatiy. SUMMER BAGS New Shapes »1.00 GirU' .Model Polo Shirts 49c White Washable l j ouche.i -Top Handles Witli aUrautive titlmga Famous make popular with girls. Select patterns and colors. Sizes 8 to IB years. Department Stores •i in^ and feinting, streaming blood. 51 cuts and black eyes, solid body • J j punches, everything thai goes tu make a good light, void of fouls and no limit rounds. Of all things that hurt, we misled it. Mayor Spec lit doi-nn't spend all his time for the betterment of the town. His garden is full of choice things to eat Mild his potatoes arc adorning the- table a bit early this year. Of course, there are weeds, too. » * * "Swim in Drinking Water" are the words used to advertise the swimming pool at Fort Dodge. It has nothing on the local pool for besides being tit to drink many i swimmer rinds it uiiharrnful when swallowing a mouthful or two against the* will. * * * The greaU-kt khow oil earth ha» given up its itinerary for the .season because the circus roustabouts have over control of private property, refusing to work and stopping those who desire it. The greatest washing machine factory in the world closed 1U doors and today mure than 150 men have charge of the plant, Alfred Kresensky and daughters, Ai'ii.> and Alice of Algcna and Mr. ! K: i-.TCi;.iky's brother-in-law, Isaac .;:„.> u.id two daughters of Peoria. III., visited Mr. Kresensky's sister, Mrs. Walter Weisbrod and family. Tuesday of last week. William Kode and Leona Brand'. of Titonka spent Friday at the Fenton celebration and visited the Fred Boykeii family. Maralice Boyken accompanied them home for a week's visit which will be spent at the Nick Heesth and Henry Brandt homes. Genevieve Newel of Wichita, Kansas. came last week Wednesday evening to visit her father, George Newel, and her sister. Mrs. E. J. Frank and family. She is leaving the first of this week for Cleveland, Ohio. Washington, D. C., and New York. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage enter- and feinting, streaming blood. | tained at dinner Wednesday evening Mrs. Laage'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden of Burt, her aunt. Mrs. George Stewart of Armstrong and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace of Hollywood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keimers and Mm. Dorothea (ierhart were entertained at the William Keimers home, Whittemore, last week Tuesday evening, in honor of the William Reimers, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoyt of Dunlap, 111. The members of the Independence Idealists 4-H club had their health examination at Dr. Mueller's office Wednesday. Helen Kern scored the highest with 99.38 and Margaret Barkve was second with 97 plus. Miss Dunkelberg, Palo Alto county home demonstration agent, was present und helped with the examination. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Riuke and sons. 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