The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 6, 1938
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The Algona Upper De* Moines Algona. Iowa, flept. 6, Omer Kelly win leave Wednesday tot Omaha to re-enter Creighton jjnlverslty. Mr. Mid Mm. . J. Kohlhaw ftl- tended the state fair at Des Moines Wednesday and Thursday. Mr*. Artie Kftftpp went to Mason City Saturday for ft few days' visit At the home of her ton, Harry. lola Lehman ot De« Molne* wa« A week end guest of her parents, Jtr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Jife Bohlen began work Septem- fcer 1 at the Gamble store. He and Mrs. Bohlen come here from Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Georgp McKnlght of Sioux City were week end guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. .Jensen. Mrs. Mary Kpwly Is upending J month visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Mrs. Kewley lives at Gallon, HI. Evelyn Oxley left last week Tuesday to teach at Ionia, Iowa. She teaches home econmics and English in the Ionia high school. Dorln Long left for Mason City, Monday, where she has accepted an English teaching position in the Mason City high school. Edith Roeder arrived home Friday morning for Sawyer, Wis. She has been working at the Ed Gabs Lost Lake resort since June 17. Mrs. Ralph Carpenter returned to her home In Iowa City, Friday after visiting since Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Robert! returned Sunday from a two weeks' vacation spent at points In Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and southeastern Iowa. A. H. BORCHARDT The Rev. and Mm. M. A. SJo- strand and son returned Thursday from Kane, Pennsylvania, where they had been visiting Mrs. Sjostrand's parents, Sir. and Mr». Ixm Krwnrtcy and son. Tommy of Mankato, Miftn., were week end guests of the former's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Mr. and Mr». Georfce Wesley «f » ASSORTMENTS AT ONE-THIRD Off ( OPEN STOCK PRICES SEPT. 6th to Uth ONLY Siivcrpltt* of' Flncit quality. Even better, mort heavily pitted, than the f<mouf flatware your grandmother knew! EIGHT pitterni, til SMARTI THREE ajiortmenls to meet til necdil Savingi of one-third on open stock piicei, 48 PIECE Service for 6 Open Slock Price (including $3.85 Cheit) . . 560.00 SALE PRICE . . $39.95 62 PIECE Service for 8 (illui.) Open Stock Price (Includ- Itif J3.S5 Cheit; . . S76.SO SALE PRICE . . $49.95 FIRST LOVE LOVELACE SOLID WOOD PREVENT TARNISH CHEST INCLUDED Our BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN jivei you thit An* ailvcrpUte for S... • month. Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hohn of Rlngsted spent three days at the state fair at DCS Moines returning Thursday. Mrs. Maurice McMahon and littlp daughter. Nancy, and Mrs. Ralph Carpenter drove to Garner. Friday. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Free. Mr. and .Mrs. A. B. Messenger and daughter of Cedar Rapids visited over Labor Day at the home of Mrs. Messenger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker. Mr. and Mm. Clarence Morrnll and son. Bernard, returned Sunday from Pine River, Minn., where they had spent the week at their cottage on Norway lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roland White of Des Moines visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. White's sister. Mrs. Joel Herbst. and with her mother. Mrs. M. J. Qulnn. Mrs. S. E. McMnhon, MM. May Grappotte and Mrs. Ralph Carpenter drove to Storm Lake, Thursday to visit at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz. Reulah Spprnw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Speraw, returned Friday from a week's vacation with her sister. Lura. who is employed in the state house at Des Moines. Eastman left Sunday evening for Dundee. Illinois, where she will resume her teaching this fall. She has spent the summer with her sister. Mrs. H. W. Hollingsworth. .Airs. John NIKS nnd son. Eugene of Chicngo visited during the week end nnd Labor Day nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Lohmnn. who reside west of town. The women nre sisters. Mr«. A. I/. Lone left via train for P.-in Francisco. California. Sundiy morning for n visit with her pon-i:i- l;iw nnd daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. I'.obcrt Middleknuff. Mrs. Middli-- knufT will lie remembered as Arbn Dee Long. Council Oak Store Grapefruit No. 300 :! (-ans for Green Beans, No. 303 Corned Beef, X<>. 1 cilll 17c Tac-€ut Coffee, /f7 r two 1 II). cans * <C Orange Raisin Bread, per loaf Tomato Juice Camphell's. 120 07,. onn Apple Butter, 10 oz. jar Camay Toilet Soap per cake -_- Oxydol, 20c Cookies, fancy, 2 pounds Bullheads, per pound . 20c Skul joes, per pound 9c Mm. Alwin Huenhnld, Mrs. Curl Specht and Mrs. Carl Van Hoven attended Sauerkraut Day at Lakota, Saturday. Mr. and Mm. Roy ChrhtettMn of Graettinger, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst and Mrs. M. J. Qulnn. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Clopton. The two couples were friends when the Cloptons lived In Waterloo before coming to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. I/. K. Hnvey and children visited Mrs. Hoveys parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Helland at Brlcelyn, Minn.. Sunday. (Mrs. Anna Tennpy of Dayton, Ohio, left Monday evening after a two weeks visiting with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. Joe Kplly, Jr., and Don Akre left Monday evening, driving to Whittier, California, where they will attend Whittier University during the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Falkenhalnrr and daughter. Linda, left this morning for Independence where they will spend the next six weeks, while Mr. Falkpnhainer is checking state books at the institutions there. William Knudspn left Friday for his home in Racine. Wisconsin, after spending the summer at the home of his uncle, C. C. Knudsea, northeast of Algona. This is the second summer William has spent on the Knudsen farm. Mrs. I. Iverson returned to her home in Clinton, Friday after a week here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Mrs. Iverson took her daughter. Betty, home with her. Betty had been visiting her grandparents during the entire summer. Mrs. C'hpt William*, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lee and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy of Britt to Grundy Center, where they were guests of the Lees' son. and to Avoca. Iowa. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Todd. They were gone Sunday and Monday. .Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bunkofske and two children of Detroit. Mich . arrived Saturday for a two weeks' visit with the former's brother nnd wife. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. T. Bunkofske. Algona. nnd with his father. G. W. Bunkofskp nt Rnrt and with other relatives and friends. Evert S\vrnHsoti of Oilmen, nrrlv- n\ Frid-iy morning for a week- end v-ith his wife's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Johnson nnd to take hi 1 * wife and littlp son. Kenneth ba'-'t 1o Chir-nnn. \vliTp thpy will nnU« heir homo. Mr.. Swcnsson spent | months here will) her parents. Elp.'tnnr I'nyiip arrived Tuesday from Mason City, to rorunnratp from a .slight streptococcus throat infcc- !ion nt tlie home of her parents MY. nnd Mrs. W. J. Payne. She r<~- tnrnc-d Sunday ermine. Miss P.v.r.o will finish her course in nurses' training at the Mercy hospital, on October 5. Mrs. Norman Freid, wife of the manager of the S. &• L. store, here. arrived in Algona Sunday to join licr husband. Mr. and Mrs. Freid have a house at 30(5 East College street. Phc had spent the past month with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gillette, of Pelican Lake, Minn. Mrs. Wayne BriidfieUl nnd daughter, Patty, of St. Charles. Minn.. accompanied bv Mrs. Dave Hemmcr of Austin, Minn., arrived Friday afternoon for the week end. MM ALWAYS COOL- ._ Wed.-Thurs., Sept 78 Continuous from one o'ulo- k Fair Week Special Thi.-> j.s a movie fjui^ pit tin* Fri.-Sat., Sept. 9-10 (,'tjiitinuoU'i from out- o'< lock PARKYAKAbKUS ALLAN LANE G'.,doo JONES Join WOODBUftV :,Ml, UV.', n. "Desert I'.itrnl" Allolpll Mcliou Andrea I.eeiU Ueri-i II anil t'lmrli (,eort;e Murphy at the home of Mrs. Bradfield's mother, Mrs. TS. P. Benson. B. P. Reason. M. A St. L, agent nt Albion. Iowa, was home for tho week pml Mr. and Mr*. Joe Olirhppk and children. Dickj. Dclores nnd Tommy of St. Paul, visited over the week end with Mrs. Ohrbpck's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norman. Mr. Ohrbeck. who learned flyini at Kelly Field during the World War. In now flying n mail and passenger plane between St. Paul and Miles City. Montana. Kiithrrlne Kuln Ipft Saturday for Washington. D. ('., after five weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mr* Thos. Kain. Katherine Is emplov- ed in the Internal Revenue Department in Washington. Ten days of her vacation was to make up over time work which the department had required of employees during the past several months. Dr. A. J. Eaton, who hat been n dentist in LuVerne for the past 13 years, moved his family to Algona last week Tuesday. Dr. Eason will Corey wan A we«k end gaaftt of Mrs. Arthur Mallory at Clear Lake. Craig Vtnmn left Thursday tot Mitchell, S. D., where he will enter school. Elizabeth Nugent, Marion Corey and C. W. Nlcoulin spent Saturday evening In Mason City. Mrs. Archie Michel returned on Tuesday from Des Moines, where she spent a few days. inm?» Stacy left Sunday for Sheldon where he will visit a sister and family f6r several weeks. Bill Dalley of DPS Molnr* »prnt the week end and Labor Day with his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Marion Rising rl*lt*d during the week end and Labor Day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising. Mrs. Ralph Flnhbine of Atlantic, Iowa, arrived Saturday for a week's visit with her sister. Mrs. G. W. Stillman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold attended the state fair at Des Moines, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brunner of Randalla. Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Saturday and Sunday. Lewi* Ferguson of Ames arrived Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, and to be here during fair week. Mrs. Daniel Kelly of Emmetsburg was a Sunday guest at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zimmerman of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of Mason City were Sunday guests of Mrs. Marguerite Vinson. H. B. I/eeth, Jr., of Indianapolis, Ind.. left Saturday for home following a two weeks' visit with his uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugpnt nnd sons. Jack and Dingley left Monday for Chicago after spending several weeks in Algona with relatives. Mrs. Lawrence Kinnamon of Brooklyn arrived today (Tuesday > for n week's visit with her sisters. Mrs. E. A. Genrich and Mrs. Delmar McFndden. Kpnnrth Lynk nnd Joe McVeil Ipft today (Tuesday^ for 7>tosrow. Idaho, where they will be .students at HIP University of Idaho during the coming year. Mrs. Mottle Ferryman and daueh- trc. Huth. of Atlantic, arrived Saturday and are guests nt the home of another daughter of Mrs. Ferryman. Mrs. A. E. Michel. Dorothy Bnivendrr of Minneapolis visited nt the R. E. Kr\in home Friday enroute to Webster City, where she will teach. Miss Brav- cnder is a former Algona teacher. Mr«. C. D. Sehaap and two children. Diane and Don. visited the) former's brother. Wallace. James and Ardpn Reynolds, homes at Swea City from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. <•. 1". TOUIIP nnd daughter, Betty Lou, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eunihrun of Charles City returned Piindiy lifter a week's vacation trip at OIKS Lake in northern Minnesota. llrlcn MrGnynp. who teacliPt near MurshalHown was a house guest at the Dennis Pratt home, this week end. Sunday. Lloyd Pratt. Merle Pratt and Shirley Vinson took her home, Mr*. Theo. Herbal nnd family and Mrs. B. M. Southgate returned to their home here Sunday evening from the LaBarre cottage at Clear Luke where they had been vacationing. Week end guests of Mrs. Jessie Dalzicl were her sister. Lcona Wedge, and niece, Airs. Margaret Thorn, daughter Marguerite nnd granddaughter, and .loin Strang of Waukegon. III. Mr. and Mrs. I.. G. Thompson of Esthervllle are guests of tiu-ir daughter, Mr.i. R. H. Mill?r today (Tuesday). Their little granddauRh- ter, Mary, accompanied them for a week's visit at the Miller home. Mrs. P. V. Janse and Richard Keen will drive to Minneapolis, Wednesday. Mrs. Janse will attend the wedding of her niece. Jane Mason, and Richard will visit his paternal grandmother, and an aunt. Marie Ponunerenlng and Oene- vieve Sterling vacationed in Decatur and Chicago last week. They spent the first few days with Misg Pommerening's cousins in Decatur, then BY CITY COUNCIL First tests of the city's new eight cylinder 1,000 horsepower diesel engine were deemed successful by the city council members who 2 weeks ago viewed the trial of the motor at Algona. , After the engine had been tentatively approved by the council and the local superintendent of power. light and water, Joe Kelly. Sr.. work was begun on tearing 1: down and crating the parts for shipment to Algona. The first carload was to leave St. Louis Monday ami arrive In Algona probably at the end of this week. Since the hugo d.esel weighs approximately 123 tons it will take some time to transport it all here and assemble it. . At the present time the Alpona light plant dynamos are turned by a 5 cylinder 1.000 horsepower engine. a six cvlinder 1.600 horsepower engine. a'four cylinder 420 horstp-nv- er motor and H Jnvee cylinr'e ' .«5 horsepower plant. The new engir.e will be of the sa-re power as the present five cylinder giant, l.ono horsepower, but its eight cylinders will give it added smoothness in operation and the use o f a larger number of smaller cylinders will eliminate some complexities of the present five cylinder motor. This seemingly paradorical fact is true because engines having a bore greater than a certain diameter must employ a special water cooling system for pistons and valves. The new engine will have as great a displacement as the older model but by employing more cylinders the diameter of them can be kept below the limit where it would be necessary to have the special cooling sys- The first unit, the crankshaft and lower half of the crank case arrived Thursday nnd were mounted .'in its concrete foundation under the direction of Joe Kelly. Sr.. superintendent of the water, power and lieht department. The work took nbout three days. The crankshaft nnd crankcase unit weiphs about 25 tons nnd had to be moved on rollers by n big caterpillar tractor. 'The crankshaft of the big motor is approximately 27 feet 6 inches lonsr with 24 1 - inch throws or Cranks. Earn of thr risht cranks ore formed of solid steel blocks. over two foot Ions from the ront?r of the shrift to the outrr ends. The ster! blocks nrp six and one-half inch"s in thickness ami 1°.'j inch"* in width. n!l of solid metal. Thr . rr.inks arr completely counter balanced just as on nn automobile crankshaft. continue his practice in Algona and! visited friends in Chicago before coming home Sunday. Mr». Mayine CTiitty of forrep- tionville and brother. Willis Bradley of Minneapolis were business visitors here a few days the first of the week. Mrs Chitty will join her daughter. Margaret at Minneapolis and the two will drive '.o Dulutli for several days' vacation. Mr. and Mr». M. J. llanrahan of will be located in the offices over the James Drug store. The office will be ready some time this week. lir. and Mrs. Eason and their two daughters, Marjorie Lou. 11. and Mary Sue. 4. will live in the Youn^ duplex on East Kennedy. Mrs. Kvu Curpy Dayton attrnd- td u reunion of the Churchill < !an at Armstrong f-utiday. The group iiulude.i ini-inbi.-r* of the S;irnuel i iH-Knlb. 111. and '.heir n.unhilt fitmily \Uiuh horn<-*ten I-' ar.d daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry i-'l Arm-iron;/ when Mrs Day- ! Var. Essen and sons. Jerry and H- ton was a httlt-jjiil. Auia f'huic hili ! o.'l of h'.t- on tiii- oM homestead uh'-r.-j ilmncr th'- f '-'1/i ion I : h.-!'i ea' h '.'Ifor.- Mr, n.av'or Fenton Missionary Society Organizes Fenton: The Woman's Foreign Missionary society held their first meeting of the year in the Methodist church parlors Thursday. Scot 1. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. John Light. Fifteen members responded to roll call. The treasurer's report was given and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith led the Icsr.on. Mrs. P.. C. Goetsch. mite box secretary, pave out new boxes for the new year. Mrs. V. J. Tatum rend n poem, "Wading in India"; Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod gave the history of tha hymn. "Abide with Me": the county unit is studying India nnd the theme for this year Is "Klnedom." At each meeting this ye/ir. Mrs. W. P. Wcisbrod will give the history of seven hymns, which were chosen by the complete membership of the Foreign Missionary society of this conference. Each month Mrs. Alfred Mecrs will give "Fun and Festival of India " Season'* Largest Crowd S*e« Local Club Lose 8 to 5 Before a crowd of over 1,000, the largest of the season, the Alexander Whiskered Wizards defeated the Algona Brownies In a sparkling ball game 8 to 5, Sunday night. The Wizards led all the way but by a narrow margin, and the game was lost by the Brownies on a pair of mlsplays In an otherwise tight fielding game. The Whiskered boys especially presented a tight playing Infield, . . As a result of their game against the Brownies the Wizards have been engaged to play against the A Star Travelers in an afternoon bill this Sunday. The contest will be played nt 2:30 p.,m. Because of the exceptional strength of these two classy touring teams an even larger crowd than that which saw the Wizard-Brownies clash Is expected, local baseball officials predicting a total attendance of 1,500. HIHOJflHOIT'S BACKTOWORK! 1,300 Algona Children Troop Into the Class Rooms Labor Day really meant the beginning of work days for approximately 1,300 Algona children who Monday trooped back into class rooms and study halls. Four city schools opened their doors with 53 instructors ready to do their part in educating Algona's children. Approximately J,.050 pupils, an increase of about 100 over last year, or ten per cent, enrolled the first day in public schools—the Bryant school, the Third Ward school or the new high school. Of that number about 405 were registered as high school pupils—including ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. Approximately 140 students entered junior high school, the seventh and eighth grades. The remainder. 504 youngsters, were enrolled in kindergarten or the first six grades. I.ainit Heads Public Schools At the head of the public school system is Superintendent Otto U. His principal is John Mc- FORMER ALGONA Funeral services were held this morning (Tuesday) at nine o'clock at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Edward C. McMahon, 76,, a former Algona resident, who died at .the home of his brother, Peter W. McMahon at Eagle Grove, Sunday afternoon. Mr. McMahon slipped on the Ice during the winter of 1935 And fractured a hip. He never completely recovered from this fall, and ' a number of strokes followed causing his death. He xvas born In Butlar county, Iowa, and lived most of his life In Ackley, Iowa, and Glllrose, Colorado. For the past several years he has made his home with his brother In Eagle Grove. Father Malllnger officiated at the services and burial was made In the St. Cecelia cemetery. Mr. McMahon Is survived by four brothers, S. E. McMahon of Algona. Peter W. of Eagle Grove, Thomas of New Brunswick, Nebr., nnd Joe of New Orleans, La., and a sister, Margaret Moran of St. Paul Reincorporate Two Rural Phone Lines Irvington: Charles Egel, president of the telephone lines No. 15 and 27 called a meeting of all line patrons last Friday evening at the Jacob Maasdam home for the purpose of relncorporatlng the telephone line. According to the state law, this Is required every 20 years. There are 20 patrons on both lines. Mrs. Lillian Dunn of Huron, £$. D., and Miss Helen York of Lake Preston, S. D., arrived here Friday Collins Family Has Reunion at Livermore Livcrmore: There was a family gathering: nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Collins northwest of town Sunday, when a cafeteria dinner and picnic supper was served. Those who enjoyed the day at the Collins home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collins. Ntal. Cecil and Kay Collins, all of Viola. Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Irwin, Davenport: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mitchell, Marshalltown; Mrs. Merwln Marlow and son. Lone Rock: Mrs. Fa her Dugan and daughter, Gowrle; Warry Collins, C. W. Riley, Luther Rlley. Francis and Donald Collins, and the host and hostess. Swea City Wedding Of Aug. 23 Revealed Announcement is made of the rnurriage of Milda Schueler, daughter of John H. Sc'hueler of Swua City and Clarence F. Mogenson of New Richland, Minn. The weddiiij took place August 23 at Wintersct. Mason City were Sunday | The following Thursday, nftt-r a in -ts of Mr aiid Mr, I'. K j short wedding trip to Des Moine.v K, turn-, Saturday Thru Wed., Sept. 11 H LOVE »i. HA'fE IN JUNGLE WILDS! .—, *«-'nd W*"" HEROICS tun to HYSTERICS! i ' Cote TAPUY Idyiw RUAn 11 ' HUno CUKK v ittuud Mwvie Quiz Ait ou i*u«c 3 I'.iJ'l ;.., ;.'>;.- -'.- .Mr nnd Mr, K K fan-vat.. 1 f iiiniv <.t \V a'.-i loo Mr. and M: •i. :: c.;n v of Ka«l-- <;M,-.-(. ..n.: Mr* I'..i--.<-il Samplers of Biitt Mr. and Mrs. I.. K, I.innaii ri-turn- *-j Mii.'iiiay f/om a week's vai ation :.-i u-,r'r.'-i i: Minn, -ofa ar.'l Canvia 'Ih'v -|,<.|it a coii;,!e i if days '.vi'li tiii-'M il Kalki-nliaini-r, at their i';tl.-^i: iniir Court ill- O'Kciik-.- U';-,< nn.-iin whi-rc Mi-1/.ar iaut;ht a >,i' i- "11,11 Uiir", iiiid -tupi'i-d fur -i : Lor', vi ill -.v.:'-' th<; \Vni. F Stu-lc-- • it. Tv.'o Hari,ors \fiiin Mr-, T.iii'--, -i.-tt-r Fri-'ia \\ a -nliur/. afd f'laiik Hi. ki-r of I'hiia^o. joined !ii' i.'i a 1 \\'hit« iii af f.akt in (or ii v.-v » i; \ s ;. • ali'l Mr }'.. M.ii.di,-.- ilOl Hiirin,,' I lie rifleriioon t n ll i,-. r to We I I'.i to !->.-e the • 1« i till they returned to Swea City where a i - I'aiil Shall nf \Vinlliri»|i, Alai^., a.-.'l Hill Uo.-llli r,f Tol'.-do. ()'M.,) •,vi-r<- u-c-. k end Kin-.,t.i of Charl--, i ('icl/mi-ytr. The t/'>y.i were il;ii>-, ., at lli.rvtir'l Mr. Ou.lin li:ft •iy niornin^ t» i-nti-r'/r J i l.'nivt-i.-ity. and Mr, Hhav. will r,- 11,am until tht: 2'>tli. At tlial time . Hit- two youiiK niL-n will leave for! f-niiViriii^c-. M.I.-..I . and will continue j at Harvard University. lition was held at the home of bride's father for them and a few immediate mernbt'i*; of the f -irmly. The ne.wlywud.i will make their home id New Hiehlaii'i. . Dowell. Both men have been associated with Algona's public school system for a number of years. 'On the first day. Monday, only registration work was done and school will be held only in the mornings during the first week. The hours will be 8:30 a. m. to 12 noon. Next week school will run on regular schedule with school hours 8:")5 a. m. to 11:55 a. m. and 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. At St. Cecelia's Academy a total enrollment of about 200 was reported at the end of the first day of school, Monday. Little actual school work was done the first day, registration taking up most of the available time and for the remainder of the week school will be in session only in the mornings. Enrollment Up There are no changes In the faculty of the high school with the following instructors heading the various departments: social science, Sister Mary Edmunda; English. Sister Mary Bernadine; science. Sister Mary Ellavene: commercial department. Sister Mary Lauraync: Rc!i- Rion. Father Malllnger: music. Sister Henrietta. Father Mallinger will again head the Academy's teaching staff. The high school enrollment is 90. a little larger than Ia=t year. In the grades 170 pupils were registered on the first day, with others expected to come in later. There Is only one change in the faculty. Sister Mary Ethel being the new primary grades instructor. A surprisingly large first grade enrollment of 25 was reported with more expected to register later. Chicken for Champions White Rose diamondball ten, tha champions of the municipal league, had a victory banquet and ita picture* taken as a climax to thj season Monday night. The banquet was staged by »he oil company at the home of one of the players after it was found hotel accommodations could not be secured. Representatives of the local company and the refinery were present. The team went to the finals In a tournament at LuVerne Sunday before it lost to a "loaded" LuVeine club. The Algonlan.f defeated Humboldt and Fort Dodge before losing to LuVerne in the finals, the latter using a ringer pitcher obtained from Xort Dodge. Hub Clothiers, second place team in the Algona league won one of th>; LuVurne tournaments on a previous Sunday. Hebron News Kusscl Lvgried .ited Christ u few day.-. j Ostwald with haulin ! last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and mily attended a family rc-untoa Mrs. Frandle last Sunday. Mr. and Mr-i. Oscar Fiamilo arH . r;i , uu . ncji;(1 lhe ,,, ;Ut . {;lil . . a I: took il! ar.'l | iJes Mrjine.1 la*t Thursday and Fi i LottS Creek NeWS tt fa J2 ,,( Mi- M;,-or. div H. rln 11 !' il . ::' • (if .1 ll! n to tin III S-.-lll'l i V]r> i/r Faul ,ti< ii i ' • •/T v.'ith iii- line!' st a nd i-> helping hi Mi i. K K Van HaM'-n. The 1-illir i. inovini: to Kioux City this fall to loin her liUThitii'l who i> in i^oi ial a.rvii-e work there. Mr.v Van H nil' n v.i.o \vil! he rt-inetnbertti a^ i l j .avi nna Kanoutf. lia.s been en^'me') i !fi . 01 i;il :jer\iee u ork in Chicago for i I'lojcd bv tilt Cl C;irlotta i^ eia- <4O Cii.ainbirr of 1 is taking work at r:.ii>' on her niaste:-'-. -,-n-i' The Kanouffs exp'.-i t to ni.iin ii. Omaha during the bthoul (ii -.- aii'i Mi - Fi'-ne 'lro\-e to Kar Iy Iowa, to ta.u tli. ir d:.nyiiter. .ioUatina there. ^She \vill teai ii hoir,. i:> (jrioinit.:, i Martin Meyer returned lioiiiu 01. Tucstluy evening from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Meyer is a patient in St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. George- .luxcl and Olady-i Jackrnan of DuKalb, III . arrived at the Art Jui.-Vunan.. Tuesday evening They will stay a few days. They arc sisters of Arthur Jackman. Mrs. Martin Meyer helped her i>ai' cuts. Mr. and Mr.*. Robert of Ro* k move They are nun in;; lo Kaii-iiionl. The tv.'o »ons are yuiiii; to farm the home place. | il .y. Miss Kerne Ronnie of I>o» Anx- eie.-,, (.'iiifoinia. .ipeni la.'it we-ek \'is- i'.ing with her'(ousin. Mrs. Kiitii'iSe anil family. Mr. and Mrs. Clan-lice H.nt'i l:er u.iittd at the Frank Boc-tti her home near Foil 1 >o'!)^e au'l al tile i'aU- fair last Monday and Tuesday. Oscar Frandle assisted in build ina a booth for the DeKalb Seed Corn Crj., at the Kohauth County f'lii'groundft at Al^onu last Mon day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adrian Huuhkin ,u\d family enjoyed u picnic dinner last .Sunday at the Elmoi'e Park They enjoyed a visit from her uncle arm aunt of Newton. Quitu a number attended the f; n eral tif Mrs. Ciust Johnson at K-vke hist Monday. Khe Jied August 16 very suddenly from heart IroubU. rfiie leaves six sous and one daughter beside her husband Safety Sam Says 0 Keep your .-.iiirl on when you drive. Iion't lo.-.-e 1 your iieu.iO of humor becau.ii.- the oilier feliuw taiie.i ( Thou.->unds of lives lost! Due to faulty brakes. 1'Iay safe. Drive in and have those brakcii adjusted. Wm. C. Dau Garage Ttmiiig Service Kepairtnif, Fender uJul B<xl> Work fuinting l'i\ S. UoUjje I'houe 1UQ CALL FOR All Rollins Hosiery Club Members Remember pair Livermore Makes Street Inrntovemettt* r m«nt» are »*inf made by the towrt In the building, of five new culverts. In the north part of town there ars three eulverta under jSmatructlon, the street near the Tuttle residence In the north part of town also, which has been In need of work for some time, Is being graded. Three hundred feet of tiling wfll be done In that vicinity. Other Improvements that are ordered \>f Mayor Ole Nelson, and under the supervision of Lawrence McPhersdn street commissioner, Is the building of a culvert near the Weber residence, and another near the Calvert Johnson home. The street near the Orvllle Stoddard home is going to be considerable wider when it is completed, the old side ditch being filled In, and the widening of the street which will be a great asset. Is nearlng completion. The work is being done by local men. iCans 32 Qts. of Corh Portland: Mrs. Fred Lavren?., of Burt helped Mrs. Mennett Trunk- hill can corn Friday. They did a real days work, canning 32 quarts. Kresensky's LADIES' SUITS Tailored with short or long coats to your own measurements. Enjoy that "well dretwed" feeling In the clothe* Hint really fit. Our now fall samplps nwalt your insppc- tion. CLOPTON The Tailor Phono :58Ov<.Tl!eliliners Keep Winter Out of Your Home INSULATE YOUR ATTIC Most of the cold pets into your through the roof. Xowis tlie time to do this job and inako sure of cutting your winter fuel )>ill ania/.iii'rly this winter and every winter from now on. Ask u* for free estimate of cost of labor and material to make your attic cold resisting. F. S. Norton & Son Phoneo 229 Algona, Iowa Tues..Wed., Sept. 6-7 Continuous from one o'clock Ellis Island Special Don Ameche "GATEWAY" Fair Week Special Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., Sept. 8 9-10 Continuous from 1 o'clock daily Kiiir week special Knivr.son lii.ugh'a mighty ro.- rn,:ii!;u driiiiia of the Great Southwest! MAM* of«nom WHO fctai utu AMI 'Ihru Iriilij atulmnU, {i • priiiiiliti' In Ij fur lute uuitgW ADOLPH U'KOfi fftlfit! JOAN BENNETT RANDOLPH SCOTT Also "Kat Ni Culleije News Sun.-Mon., Sept. 11-12 Sensational entertainment! Gafttpus SONJA HENIE- RICHARD GREENE \Jrfylucky ''-^ Star Q JO AM 0 s .'/IS ';jj O Ceur K'"''-'LT-".> ;,. Smash ( <*&• Songs KXTRA SPECIAL CiTV OF IJTTIJE MEN" Father Flannigan's Home In Omaha plus "Brother <jolfi-r»" and t'lty Tues.-Wed., Sept. 13-14 Coming Thurs.-Fri.-Sat., Sept. 15-16-17

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