Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1932 · Page 2
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f»A$fi 1PWO 13 DIPLOMAS ARE AWARDED TO WESLEYANS Wesley, May 24—Commencement exercises were held at the Bell theater last week Tuesday evening. .Names of the 13 graduates have previously been published. The program was: Processional, Maurlne Hansen; America, audience; salutatory, Clare Wolf; Lullaby, girls' Glee club; address, Meeting the Challenge of iLife, W. R. Hamilton! The Hunter's Horn, boys' Glee club; presentation of awards, Supt. E. R. Bwanson; presentation of diplomas, iEmil Wester, president of school board; valedictory, Anna Selmer; Waltz of the Flowers, mixed group. Missionary Program Is Given— The Methodist W. F. M. S., assisted by the Willing Workers Sunday .school class of girls, Sunday evening •gave a program which is highly praised. A class of little girls also contributed a very "inking" song. The girls' playlet was an amusing ilake-off on the excuses o£ M. S. and church members for not taking part an missionary work. That of the •women showed conditions as they actually are among unchristianized •women in India. A collection taken lor thank-offering amounted to $7.43, and will be added to by members. .Athletic Teams Have Picnics— Members of the girls' and boys' 'athletic teams enjoyed a picnic at Eagle Lake Friday afternoon. Saturday afternoon the sophomores picnicked at Plum Creek. Accompanied by Supt. Swanson, the seniors went to Clear Lake for a picnic Monday. The senior play, The "House of the Flashing Light, Friday evening was witnessed by an appreciative audience. All players •flid remarkably well. Proceeds wer« 165.10. Two "Treats" In Conflict— Members of the high school orchestra at their last practice last week planned to surprise their, teacher, Miss DeMots, with a treat of ice cream and pie for the. group. But the tables were turned on them •when Miss DeMots brought out a treat of ice cream and pie before practice began. A puzzling attack of giggles while they were consum- •ed, was explained after practice •with the appearance of a second -treat. Tnneral of <;eorfo; Hull Held— Funeral services for George Byron Hall at the Methodist church 3ast week Tuesday afternoon were largely attended. Mr. Hall was generous friend, and a lavish co tributor of money and labor to the church. He was a member of the Masonic lodge, 'the I. O. O. F., the Knights of 'Pythias, the Good Tem- plars and the Yeomen. Local Odtl Fellows attended funeral services and had charge of the burial. Auxiliary to Sell Poppies— The Legion Auxiliary will hold a business meeting at the Legion rooms this Thursday evening, am Prepare for a poppy sale to be held he Upper Flat Sunday eVening. The speaker was the Rev? Milton >&e1sbf>, 'meetings who conducted & week's lere laet winter. , He was ed by his wife. Paul Erdman has Just finished re- lecoratlng the Ben Hopkins resi- ience, and Halvor Flom and sons have re-finished the floors, which ook like a mirror after the ecrap- ng and polishing to which they vere subjected. Most of the public school teachere mve gone home for the summer: Miss Conrad to .Wayland; Miss De Mots, Hull; Miss 'McConnell, Medi- apolls; Miss Beck, Bellevue, Mr. <looz, of Sumner, Will remain' a few days. The Congregational Aid will meet vith Mrs. EVa Monson this week Wednesday afternoon. The women ivill study a part of Philliplans 2, under the leadership of Mrs. J. Skow. Lunch will be served. The Rev. I. C. McNulty, Methodist pastor, whent to West Bend Saturday to attend a school of instruc- ion for daily vacation Bible school eaders. It included the west half of the Algona district. Mr. and Mrs. . John Ormsby left Sunday evening for Monona, where Monday morning they attended uneral services for Arlene Ormsby, lohn's cousin, who died at Oakdale Saturday. Mrs. McNulty, Methodist pastor's vife, will attend a pre-nuptial shower for lla Olsen, to be given at the Saturday. .Mrs. Meurer is poppy RESIDENT OF BANCROFT 48 YEARSJPASSES Bancroft, May 24 — Mrs. Henry Blocker died at her home here a veek ago Sunday morning after an llness of two years. Funeral ser•ices were held at St. John's Catho- Is church last Wednesday morning 9 oclock, and Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. Fisch sang the requiem maes. - - •-- • ••• - • — • - - —1 • • •• 8e*ton town hall thltf W«ek .Tue*Ja£ afternoon., ... i < , •* ' Mr. and Mi*. Theroh &angeh*eii»« tertalned 16 relatives and' friends at noonday dinner 1 iaijt ( Thursday In honor of their seventh wedding anniversary. Mrs. Nettie Turgesort is again able to be about after two or three weeks' illness, and her friends are rejoicing. Mrs. Turgeson is in her 88th year. The John Amesburys and Edwin Klooz attended services at the Algona Congregational church Sunday morning. Mr. Klooz went home Monday. Walter Hall,• Dayton, O.,. left for home last Week "Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. .George Hall left for Chenoa, 111., last Thursday night. The Fred Looft family will move to Swea City June 1, and the \Vm. Henderson family will then move into the Looft house. Mrs. Ormsby is caring for Mrs. August Carman and her little daughter, Rita Marie, who arrived May 20. ' After a visit at home Miss Conrad, this year a teacher here, will attend summer school at Cedar Falle. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts left Friday for a business trip to Willis, Tex. The John Hutchison residence is being reshingled and painted. Mr. and Mrs, James Hodges drove to Mason City Monday. Jl bers of the parish.. A .program will be given that evening in the auditorium by the pupils of St. John's. Msgr. Fisch has.been pastor of St. John's parish for the , past nine years. . : Graduates as Reg-lstered Jfiirse— Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker drove to Carroll last week Tuesday', and attended the graduation exercises at St. Anthony's hospital. Callista Elsbecker was a member of the class. She and her sister Olga Elsbecker, R. N., returned to Bancroft with them for a week's vacation. . 0 SENIORS AT LU VERNE ^^._____ t LU Verne, May 24—The annual junior-senior banquet Friday evening In the agriculture room,at the school building was successful, with both menu and program : In nautical terms. At the center-.of each long table was a y mlnlature ship in yellow and white, and at each cover a small ship which served as nut- cUp and place-card, name being written on the sail. The room Was decorated in yellow and white, and .sweet peas, the class flower, .were used. 'Leonard Henderson was toastmaster for the program! Stand To, Verle Scribner; Ship Ahoy,,JDor- othy Stoddard; Breakers Ahead! Mr. Agard; S. O. S., Jeanne Jennings; musical reading, I'm Waiting for hips. That Never Come In, Berice Swenson; Three Bells and All's Veil, Donald McClellan; Land Ho, Use .Skinner; Ode to the 'Seniors, 'he junior sponsor was Ange Roor- a, and the banquet was given unA er her directions, prepared .by Mrs. William Biglngs and Mrs, Lee Llch- y, served by freshman girls. Talented Soloist, Sing's Here— Members and guests of the Pro- ressive Woman's club, which met t the country home of Mrs. Grant ennlngs a few days ago, listened 0 a musical program by Mrs.- Marie •Cettleman,- Cleveland, 1 Ohio, accom- anled. by her sister; Mrs. C. C. 'hillips, 'Lu Verne. Mre. Kettleman as made- a' name for herself in nustcal circles and as a radio solo- st. ' Mrs. F. I. Chapman read a roup of Edgar Guest's poems; Mrs. Harold -Phillips sang Arcadia; 'and Irs. C. C. Phillips told of a 1 trip 1 rough 'Yellowstone Park. Mrs. ennings -served tray lunch. 'Mrs, R. ones and Mrs.-A, J. Koonce were uests. chairman, and will appoint her committee. Beginning June 1, monthly business meetings only will be held Mrs. Welter is hostess at this week's meeting. A county meeting will be ield at Algona early in June. Joyce Wurdle Swnnsoii Is Motlie. Friends hear that a. daughtei was born at Wilton Junction Friday, May 6, to .Mr. and Mrs. Elmei Swanson. Mrs. Swanson was for merly Joyce Wardle, and she mad' friends here in her childhood and girlhood, her father having served as Methodist pastor during two separate periods. The baby has been named Marilyn Jean. Mr. Swanson is a high school teacher, leg Is Placed In Cast- Mrs. Loretta Lloyd was taken to Kossuth hospital Friday morning to have her injured leg put in a cast. The knee ligaments were loosened in a recent automobile accident. She was brought back the same day to the home of her father, Anton Goetz, here, where her sister Hilda, a graduate nurse, will care for her. Bank Employes at, Meeting— Monday the Exchange State banker Wesley was closed to permit Cashier and Mrs. John Hutchison and Miss Florence Hansen to attend the meeting of group two of the bankers' association at Estherville. Other Wesley News. The R. J. Hansons drove la.st week Monday to Foxboro, Wis., where they will make their home. They drove last week Sunday evening to Klemme and spent the night •with the Ben Mullins. Mrs. Hanson is a sister of Vee Mullln. The Vee 'Mullins visited at Klemme Sunday afternoon and evening. Margaret Looft returned home Burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Elizabeth Hellman was born n New Vienna October 20, 1S80, and ame to Bancroft with her parents vhen she was 14. In the fall of 1899 she was married to Henry Blocker and her husband and seven children, Mrs. C. J. Elsbecker, Arthur, Law- •ence, Joseph. Leo, Maurice, and dward survive. She is also survived by her father, Andrew Hellman, and five sis- ers and three brothers: Mrs. Anna Schliehe, and Mrs. Frances Klein- schmicH, of Sauk Center, Minn., Mrs. Rose Diere, of Lindsey, Wis., Mrs. Alvina Dries, Sheldon, Clara Hellman, Frank and Henry Hellman, Bancroft, and Ben Hellman, of New Richland, Minn. Pall bearers were P. J. Schiltz, Ray Doyle, F. X. Deiterins, A. W. Schiltz, Frank Foth, and N. J. Schiltz. Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral were Mrs. Frank Schlichte and Mrs. John Klein- Schmidt, of Sauk Center, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holland, of New Richland, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. William Dries, of Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs Henry Fangmann and son Frank and daughter Rose, Templeton; Frank Blocker, New Hampton; Mrs. Joe Blocker and sons Frank, Henry, John and daughter Josephine, Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dries and son Edward and daughter, Mrs. Ella Whiterock, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. John Wessles, Dyersville, Mrs. Frances Hellmann and eon Henry, New Vienna; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stoeffel, Deerfield, '111.; and Mr. and Mrs. John Wulfekulhe, New Hampton. Miniature Golf Course Opens— A miniature golf course has been erected on main street on the two vacant lots between Bradley's cafe and the Deitering garage. It was sponsored by the McKinnon Post and is operated by two Minnesotans. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. L. Bramon and daughter, Mary Frances, of Sioux ity, spent Thursday and Friday at Joe Kramer's. Mrs. Bramon will be remembered as .Dorothy Kramer. Leone and Mary Kramer returned to Sioux CHy with them after two weeks vacationing here. They are student nurses at St. Joseph's hospital, in Sioux City. Chris Behrman and daughter Evelyn, and Linnea Mathson left Monday morning for Des Moines, where Mr. Behrman went for treatment. They will visit at the Tostenson home at Toledo before returning home. -Mrs. Toetenson is a daughter of Mr, Behrman. Mrs. Anne McQulrk, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Guide, left Saturday for Wendell, Minn., to visit her eon Roy Fuller, for several weeks. Her sister, Mattie War- last week Monday night, taught home economics She has at Winthrop the last four years, and will hold a similar position here next year. -Friday the Looft family visited Mrs. Looft's son Henry at Seneca, and Sunday visited Grandma Looft at Ledyard. Mrs. Albert Reno, of the Wesley hotel, returned Saturday following several days' visit with her sister, Mrs, Jones, at Sullivan. Mrs. Jpnes, Whp visited here in the winter, recently suffered a stroke and is in a Serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Leo ,Reno supplied in Mrs. Reno's absence. Nora Becker, Ottumwa, returned home last Thursday, having visited since last week Sunday with her tpusin, Arabella .MoPherson. Her sister, Dr. Ethel Becker, cawie with her, tout because of professional duties Dr. Becker returned home the following day. Mr. and Airs. Ben Felt left Rockledge, Fla., May IS and wrote friends here that they expected to arrive in a week or ten days. Their daughter, Mrs. Blanche Wagner, Corwith, -was here last week putting in garden and making other preparations. The Rev. Mr. Moore, Melvin, conducted funeral service's for tieorge Hall last week Tuesday. He" accompanied by Mrs. Moore, and they attended commencement' exercises to the evening, and -visited' at <he parsonage oyer"nlirh{.' * Many Jnembere 1 pf the • church atferiftea^ sety'lces at ', <v«*J rut J* .j. Services Held for Henry Froehle— Funeral services for Henry Froehle, who died in a.St. Paul hos- ;iital Saturday of pneumonia, were held at St. John's Catholic church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, and burial was made in the St. John's cemetery. Mr. Froehle was 53 years old, and is survived by hie wife and six sons, Victor, Arthur, Cletus, Eugene, Paul and Owen, his mother Mrs. Mary A. Froehle, and six sisters Mrs. Joe Vaske, Bancroft; Mre Albert Schneiders, of Park Rapids Minn., Mrs. Will Rogers, of Farmington, S. D., Mrs. Henry Ross, Almena, Wis. ^Mrs. E. J. Schemel, o' Bancroft, and Mrs. Albert Lensing Wabasha, Minn. He has one brother, Frank, of Bancroft. The body arrived here Monday afternoon and was taken to the home of Mrs. Joe Vaske. Three Hunk Rullillng-f; Sold— Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Berens returned to Bancroft after having spen the winter in Chicago at their home Mr. Berens is a member of the board of trade in Chicago. He owns almost a thousand acres of land three miles west of (Bancroft. Before returning to Bancroft Mr. and Mrs Berens spent two weeks in New York City and Washington, D. C Mr. Berens recently sold the three bank buildings which he owned at Hingsted, Swea City, and Bancroft Dr. J. A. Devine purchased the former First National bank building here from him laet week. _lner, of Burt, took her up and re- urned the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deitering mve a daughter born Saturday morning. Mr. Deitering drives the ank wagon for the Champlin Oi company. Mrs. Deitering will be remembered as Evelyn Coyne. This if heir first child. Georgia Carmean will leave June 1 for California to attend eummei school at the University of Southern California. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. W. Carmean, and wil teach in the high. school here nex year. chool Picnic at Renwlck— All school children, the faculty, nd many parents of the children njoyed a picnic last week Wednes- ay at Smith, park at Renwick. The ay began at 9:30 when more than 00 left the schoolhouse in cars and rucks. At the park the' day was pent in games or visiting. All as- embled at noon for a cafeteria pic- ic dinner. The main feature of he afternoon was a kittenball game 'etween the men and the women, 'he Vernon Consolidated school pu- ils were enjoying a picnic at their chool grounds the same day and evera] cars of local people stopped here on their way home to see a iall game. Hilda Meyers Is Bride— The marriage of Hilda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyers, of Hardy, and Floyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson, took place Sunday at the home of the bride's h*r dftu»ht«; Mr*. AH^rt Schlpull, , Alice': Wolfe, sllideni ftfirse at the Ltithtfah „ hos'pltal,, Wafriptb'n, Va« a week-end vwitcr at horn'*. ' > lUrs, T, 1.. Williams had -'as her guest last week her mother, Mrs. Martha Davson, of Otho. The Arnold Sanders' and Mre. Riddle attended a picnic at Crystal Lake Sunday. ' The Robert Hardcopfs have a new son since Saturday, their third child. UNION TO HOLD ANNUAL SCHOOLS FEST TOMORROW Good Hope, May 24 Rural parents, the Rev. lUtheran pastor,' (L. Wittenberg, officiating, only Schools day will be observed at the Good Hope church this week Friday, with the usdal program of athletics in the morning arid eighth grade graduation exercises In the afternoon. 'There will be a picnic dinner at noon, the district groups, for the most part, .eating together. This annual affair, sponsored by the Union Mothers A Daughters club and supported by the township school directors, has come to be an event of great Interest to parents, pupils, and friends. The public is •,welcome to attend. William Treptow Gaining- Strength William Treptow is slowly gain- Ing strength, after an extended Illness from which he suffered all winter. He Is able to'get about the house a) bit now, and'hopes soon to be outdoors In the sunshine. Among callers Sunday'..were the James Wadsworths, Lone Rock; Mrs. Roy (Budlong, Titonka, her .daughters, and Mrs. Budlong's sister, Mns. Harold Jones, west of , Burt; and Mr. and Mrs. William Kennedy, of Burt. , Pastors Speak at Titonka— ' The Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Mitchell, Armstrong, and the Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Wood, Good Hope,-were at Titonka Sunday afternoon and' even ing, the former couple guestis of their daughter, Mrs. William Schram, the latter of the .Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer.. The Revs. Mitchell and Wood spoke. at the Tltpnka Methodist church In the evening in celebration of the redecoration of the church'.interior. To Attend Men's Gathering— . A considerable number of Good Hope men plan to attend the annual meeting of Algona district Methodist Brotherhood at Algona June 3. Arrangements will probably be made for Governor Turner to deliver *a short address before the women. Wood Speaker at. Swea City— The Rev. and Mrs. Wood attended a "coaqhing" school at West (Bend Saturday for teachers In daily vacation Bible schools.. Mr. Wood addressed a Men's Brotherhood meeting at Swea City Tuesday evening "pinch-hitting" for a speaker who could not be present. VMIWt M^BM^KVM A^»*»»K,.' * t .fthe Rev 1 . A. English preached Sunday on I Am Coniing Again, there was a large attendance. The Plney Woods boys entertained With two groups of songs. played a violin solo, Michael Loss The Flower S&ng, accompanied by Mi*. Casey Loss. There will be another special number for next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Danfier, Lu "Verne, were Sunday guests at Glen Haln's. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch were Sunday callere at the Robert Skllllng'g. The O. t,. Millers were Sunday guests at Frank Miller's. The Elliott Skllllngs and Mre. Willard Gregson, Algona, were Sunday callers at R. G. Fry's. The Missionary society 1 will meet this Thursday afternoon with Mrs. William Boldrldge, Mrs. Vern Bark er assisting, ; Topics , are: 'Spanish Speaking 'People, and Latin • America. Mrs. ,K. P. Roney jWill have charge of the devotional meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hansen, Ames, spent Saturday,, . and Sunday at George Scuffham's, Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Scuffham are sisters. Mrs. Hubert Schoby and daughters, Ho- •barton, 'Were also Sunday guests at George Scuffham's. 'The iLorn Rutledges and Mr. and ' Mrs. 'Wm. Rutledge were guests Sunday at Clarence dinner Roch- leau's. The \dlnner. was given in honor of Lorn's birthday. Mrs. Rochleau . and Lorn Rutledge are sister and 'brother. •• MONBAY, MAY As a MEMORIAL to those departed loved rethember to decorate thfelr graves with flowers * + this ones, \ on , . Out 1 stock of cutflowers and blooming plants h aa , never been .more complete. Prices are surprising I ;* low and quality of the best. ^ gly j We suggest ybu drive out to the greenhouses and make your selections early. , u OPEN ALL DAY SUNbAT, MAY 29th ALGONA GREENHOUSES * PHONE 305 i READ THE ADVANCE mmediate members of the families present. A wedding dinner was served, and the couple left for a short wedding trip to Waterloo, after which they will make their home with the bride's parents. !rowd for Musical Program— A large crowd attended the music program last Thursday night at the jymnasium. . Those participating showed they have accomplished a great deal in music. The operetta, Peanuts and Pennies, by the grade boye chorus, was exceptionally well given' with two splendid solos by Glenton Zuetlau, a whistling solo by Edward Lindebak, and choruses by "newsboys." several Crowd Attends Class Play— A large crowd attended the public school class play, Tea for Tom, at St. John's Auditorium last Thursday evening. Seniors are: Florence Farrow, Viola Gillis, Hattle Olsen Margaret Howe, Myrtle Peterson Robert Ringsdorf, Fred Johanneson and Kenneth McGuire. Graduation exercises will be held tonight with the Rev. A. A. Howe, of Buffalo Center, giving the address. Teach ers in the high school are G. D Hart, Milton Weido, and Marion Putz. Coming Wedding Announced— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time between Dorothy Schiltz and Alvin Kahler at 'St. John's Catholic church Sunday. Miss Schiltz is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. 'B. Schiltz, and Alvin Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahler. A miscellaneous ehower was given at Herman Kahler's Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Esther Schiltz, Mrs. Leo Goehe, Mrs. Henry Rustemeier, Mrs. Herman Kahler, and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz. .Celebrates Sliver Jubilee— The Rt. Rev. Ms.gr. J. p. Fisch is .celebrating his silver jubilee this Thursday. A. solemn Wgh iwass will be sung at, 10 o'clock at St, John's Members of the graduating clas at St. John's were entertained at dinner by Monica Underkofler las week Tuesday evening and they at tended the show In Algona later. Mrs. Merwyn Holding, employe in the dry goods department a Kennedy's for the past three years will resign June 1. Mrs. Holdin was married May 9. Charles HIHz, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hiltz, broke his left arm Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hiltz operate the 'Hiltz cafe here. The Bancroft Lions won from the Swea City baseball team Sunday on the local diamond 3-0. Last Sunday they defeated Buffalo Center, 18-2. Mrs. James Lattlmer and son Raymond, of Cedar Rapids, are'vis- iting Mrs. Lattimer's mother, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz. The Lutheran Aid met at Mrs. Lee Pearson's Friday afternoon, and the Luther League met at her home that evening. The George Hess family, of Carroll, spent Supday with Mre. Hess's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard. Walter Williams and John Merrill drove to Washington. 'Lake, Minn., Saturday, where they fished. Margaret Hansen is home from New Sharon, where she teaches in the public high school. Lee Lindley, of Chicago, arrived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens. , Club Plans Family Picnic— Eighteen members and six visitors attended' a Good Will club meeting last Thursday at Mrs. Bert Sankey's. Mrs. Mike Stripling read Singing in the Rain, and plans were laid for a family picnic eoori. The next meeting will be June 16 at Mrs. Stripling's, Mrs. Chas. Htntz assisting. • Mnth Child for Thomases- Mr, and Mrs. Bert Thomas are parents of a boy, their ninth child, born Friday, May 13. Mr. Thomas Is the new M. & St. L. section foreman. The Arthur Geilenfeldts welcomed a girl into their home May 11. To Observe Memorial Sunday— Union Memorial day services will be held next Sunday at the Methodist church, the Rev. A. J- Koonce, Presbyterian pastor, preaching. There will be music by a union choir. BAKING POWDE R Erwln Barton's Mother files— Erwin Barton had word Monday of the death of his mpther, Mrs. William Barton, Laconia, Burial was to be made at Des Moines this week Wednesday. Baddeley Speaks at Woolstock— The Rev. Wm. Baddeley gave the commencement address at Woolstock Friday evening. The Badde- leys formerly lived there. Junior Leaguers In Picnic— The junior Epworth League picnicked last week Tuesday at, Dick Wermersen's. Other Lu Verne News. The De 'Rae Godfreys drove to Waterloo Sunday and spent the day at Dick De Boest's. Cora Mae Masterson, who had two weeks, returned Catholic church,. A,t npqn a'. wfll be served in.,the auditorium to isiting...jjrifate, jre.Ja.tjVge ', SAME PRICE forwtr 4O W visited there, with them. They also vieited the Jesse Lindleys at Waverly. M. M. Lowmiller was called to Jewett, Ohio, laet week Tuesday by the death of his mother, Mrs. -Mary Lowmiller, 80. The D. IA Lowmil^ lers, Eagle Grove, were at the Lowmiller home here last week-end. Mrs. Albert Schipull was guest of honor at a party at her home last week Wednesday night, the occasion I being her birthday. Relatives from Clarion, Holmes, and Goldfleld were I there.' Hans Jensen, Humboldt, was an To Observe Memorial Sunday— Memorial Sunday will be observed at the Good Hope and Whittemore Methodist churches next Sunday. Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Charles • Madden were overnight guests at William Treptow's last Thursday, en route from Minnesota to Sumner in response to word of the death of Mrs. Madden's mother. They were to stop here for a visit of several days on their return journey. The Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood attended a 'South Cresco L. A. S. meeting at Mrs. Samuel Olson's at Algona last week Wednesday and of the Whittemore L. A. S. at Mns. Morris Mallory's last. Thursday. Allen Moore le attending a scout camp this week at Iowa Lake. The troop consists of 25 scouts, mostly Burt school pupils. Supt. Weir is leader. ' Mrs. D; C. Gardner .is making steady recovery from an attack of erysipelas from which she has been suffering ten days. The Mothers & Daughters club met with Mrs. Henry Steinman last Thursday, 30 members and guests attending. • Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll visited the Bennett Mitchells at Buffalo Center Sunday. Orlah Rutledge has been helping his father, Charles Rutledge, with, field work. PINEY WOODS BOYS SING SUNDAY AT IRVINGTOH CHURCH Irvlngton, May 24—The colored singers, from Piney Woods, Miss., will appear at the Irvington church in a full conce^-t this week Friday beginning at 8 p. m. A free-will offering- will be taken to help defray traveling expenses. The boys are traveling, as usual, in a house car, accompanied by Miss McGee, who chaperoned 'the girl singers here a few years ago. House Moved to Relocate Road— A new foundation Is being built on the old 'Bloomer farm southwest of Irvington and the house Is to 'be moved from ite present location to make way for the new road, which is to be constructed just west of the present road at this point. It is reported that the new road will begin at the top of the hill just northeast of the Fisher bridge and con-r c/ou6/e OC Un over-Sunday guest of his | brother Chris, who lives invalid With nephew. Harry Christensen. Hans I leaves Saturday for Denmark. Mrs. Kate Barton and her chfl- I dren spent the week-end at Ediy, McPhereon's, ' Altoonia. Mrs. McPherson was formerly Cora Barton. ' Mrs; E.' J. Skinner, Mrs. .Frank Seeley, and Ejeanor Thorpe, all 9* Algona, were week-end guests of Supt. Kate Skinner. Mrs. <3ep,' 'grownlewe, J ep4nt c aeye^l "^ye i^t weefc tinue straight south to 'near the Jewell Patterson school to again Join the old road. • Little Girl Sprains Ankle— Marjorie, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. ar)d Mrs. Arthur Rlley, is sufr ferlng from a badly sprained ankle, the result of a fall last .week Tuesday evening. The cartilage was torn away from the ankle bone, and the foot will have to remain in a cast for a month. School Picnic Draws Crowd— A crowd of 100 attended the school picnic on the school grounds last week Wednesday. After the picnic dinner, the afternoon was spent in races, ball games, and various other entertainment. Pauline Black, teacher, awarded prizes "to the winners. THIS IS A SMALL AD BY — The — STORE reminding yon again of the fact that THE "GLOBE" chick and growing mashes containing buttermilk and cod liver oil are THE VERY BEST, and so are the scratch grains, REGULAR OR NO CORN Our fresh fruit and grocery department Is very complete, as always—and the .prices are not too high on "RICHELIEU" and "BABY STUART" fancy and Extra Standard Foods. We sell some cheaper ones also. . I The best Cookies and Crackers are Iten's "Fairy", and when It comes to Coffee we say Halligan's Pure Quill can't be bent for 35c, or 3 pounds for 99c Come and see our free premium with dur 30c Coffee and you will be surprised. AKRE'S Phones 290 and 291 ALGONA, IOWA 113 South Dodge Street TOO FAR? NO! Only miles to date n Orchard p/ Cedar Rapid,, low, frf, R, ight„,*85,000n*U* TW,«Lfe., An Interview by ,™ , " ecoil<l nQt I to iu« IwrVb iii ho'Vb htu demonstrated i» ORCHARD, Chamber "V **»* c « r h"*w»e it M*n>ed laboratory t&tt w4 in A.A.A, .of Commerce Convention t pBMS *«t«noii: ^wouldn't ^mfaMtof¥^i* S r*f* Manager at Cedar Rapid*, Iowa, **»» out was just what «g|^ve w<ty~Poiitive " has driven two Willys-Knight valve motop needed. I kept cars a total of 146,000 miles. on """K » l Because if did ju»| In front of the War Memorial *!*** l **¥***_ °* & '*1 °U oaadaythatwasnooetoowani} he pushed the stifter to show that the motor was not congealed and directed the reporter to look at Ua »peedo<neter. "*** «wre i|!ioj>iliily,'» Bottle T<*t g* $tondv"l <kafe»* * ISO-VIS ttnmd k, «.._ _^B^_ __ ', , '• ,.',.•*'•• -j_''.

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