Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1933
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' it* six KOSStlTtt ADVANCE, ALQQNA, IOWA PETER HANS, WIFE, LAKQTA, WEDJO YEARS 'Lakota, May 30— 'Last week Sunday was the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Hans and a celebration had been planned (but 'because of the illness of Mr. Hans it was not carried out in full, Mr. and Mrs. Hans were mar- Tied at Moline, 111., May 2, 1883, and they have ten children, all living, 3 girls and 7 boys. They have 26 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. -Most of the children here for the event: the Carl MAX BAST, ALGONA, 47; LOTTS CREEKERS HELP OBSERVE DAY Lotts Creek, May 30—The :RIch- ard Potratz family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (Potratz, "William Wetzel, son Erwin, and daughter Esther attended a party given by Mrs. Max Bast Friday evening at Algona In honor of the 47th birthday anniversary of the latter's husband. The evening was spent at euchre and BOO. Prizes were won by Mrs. William Becker at 500, and by Mrs. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener, Louie Hintz, Edward Hackbarth, and Gottlieb Gronbach at euchre, served. At midnight Other guests lunch were: was Mr. Zollers, Nora Springs, the Peter faans, Story 'City, the William Hans, .Rurtd, Hugo and Hubert and •wives, Rockfonl, III., the .Sid Spears, Algona, the George Schroe- ders, the Ahrend Hans and the "Walter (Hans, Lakota. Many other relatives and friends called during the day. Acorn. Club is Entertained— Emma GutUnecht and Mesdames Leona Hcetland, Edith Schroeder, •and Delia M. Smith entertained 24 members of the Acorn club at a May breakfast last Thursday at 1 •a. m. at the Gutknecht home, mile south of town. Tables wer set on the lawn east of the house each with centerpiece of lilies the valley, and throe courses wore served. In a. 'business meeting the new president, -Mrs. Olga Wort man, presided. The afternoon was spent at jigsaw .puzzles and other games. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. Q. Smith. and Mrs. August Huenhold, Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thlel, David Ristau, Mrs. Ernestina Bast, daughter Alma, Mrs. Kain, Fred Lavrenz Sr., Mrs. Louie Hintz, all of Algona, the Arthur Geilenfelds. Lu Verne, and the Edward Hackbarths, Union. Mr. Bast received many gifts. Six Elirhlh Graders Grn.duated— Eighth graders in the local Lutheran school received diplomas Saturday. Memlbers of the class were -Kenneth Kucker, Bertha Potratz, Evelyn Radig, and Cecelia Krause. Kenneth also received a letter I for having an average of 94 3-10 per cent. William Schmiel Arthur, and daughter Bertha, Christ's Ascension Observed— Divine services were held at the Immanuel 'Lutheran, church last Thursday evening in English commemorating the ascension of Christ. Services celebrating pen- tecost will be conducted in English next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and In German next Monday evening at 8. Tonsils Patient Somewhat .Better— Mrs, William Wetzel is improving, though slowly, from an operation for removal of her tonsils. She still takes treatment once a week at the General hospital, Algona. Kucker Children lime Operations— Luclle, 'Lois, and Kermit, children of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kucker, had operations for adenoids and tonsils at the General hospital, Algona, Friday. Sclioolhouse Fence Rebuilt— A new fence is being erected around the Dlst. No. 6 school yard. The old one had stood more than 30 years. Other Lotts Creek. .Esther and .Ruth, twin daughters 83 Attend BHile School— The daily vacation Bible School at the Presbyterian church had an enrollment of S3 last week, and •will continue (his week with the picnic scheduled June 0 at Inter- J.aken. The iRcv. Mr. Frerking is superintendent of the school, with Mrs. Fret-king. primary, and the following teachers: Mary Jane and Fern Lewis. Idah and Adah Tel- camp, Mildred Bargar, Dona Rippentrop, Gertrude Wortman, and Thomas Lewis. The classes will give a demonstration next Sunday morning. Entertain at llridsre— Mesdames W. E. Ley. Art Schls- sel, and I. E. Wortman entertained 16 women at bridge at the Ley Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Hurry iWtissnian. Orchid and white was the color scheme. A guest prize, high, and consolation prix.es were given. Miss Schissel. Minneapolis, Mrs. Ann Robinson, of Forest City, and Mrs. Albert Smith, Fort Dodge, were guests. out of town Memorial Day Service Held— -Memorial ciny services were held at the high school auditorium at 10 o'clock. The program was: music, Lakota band; invocation, the Rev. Mr. Boese; America, audience; song, ladies' octette; solo, the Rev. F. 0. Johnson; reading, Betty Ley; song. Farm Bureau male quartette; address, Governor Clyde Herring; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Frerking. Sunday School Class Meets- Mrs. Kilmer Hansen was hostess to the Dorcas class last week Tuesday evening. Lorraine Smith had charge of devotions, and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson gave the lesson on the book of Samuel. It was decided to close the meetings for the summer with a covered-dish per at the church June 13. sup- Choir to Give Sliower— Presbyterian choir members will entertain at a pre-nuptial shower Thursday in honor of Henrietta Aaldriks at the church parlors. Guests will he past and present choir members. Miss Aaldriks will be married to Alvin 'Huenholcl, Al- Wednesday gona, at the church evening, June 7. Two Babies Are Born— 'A daughter was born to Mr. and •Mrs. Bob iHeitland one day last week. They now have two daughters and one son. Mrs. He it land was formerly Velma Smith. A son, Clayton Wayne, was born to Miami Mrs. Clifford .Freark May 15 at the Buffalo Center hospital their first child. Surprise for Donald Worley— Donald Worley went to Gus Torino's, near Armstrong, last week Monday to work on the farm. Last week Wednesday was his 15th "birthday, and Mr. and Mrs. Worley and the Richard Hamqulsts were there for a picnic supper that evening as a surprise. Jt'ine Arc Confirmed- Confirmation services were held at the local Lutheran church Sunday, ami Alv/n Boettclier, Adolph Friost, Irene Weringa, Ruth Hertzke, Arlene Ma'bus, Lena (Bauman, Helen Penny, Eliza Reefer and Evelyn Koppen were confirmed by the Rev. Mr. Boese. Picnic Honors Louisiana Guest— The Albert, Arthur, and Earl Ogrens, the Charles, Raymond, and Russell Winters, and the Jerry Heetlands had a family picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday in honor of their guest, Mrs. Roy McAdams, De Ridder, La. Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking will leave Friday for Dubuque to attend commencement exercises at the university. They expect to return the following Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena, Jesup, spent last week with the latter's parents, .the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking, and Gerald's Mrs.- Ida Ukena. mother, The Harold Finns, who spent the winter at Gerled with Harold's mother, left for Chicago Saturday. He expects to get work at the fail- grounds. The .Rev. and Mrs. Frerking, the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena and •the Jerry Ukenas were fishing last week Wednesday evening at Tuttle lake. Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. H. H. Murray attended a district Eastern. Star meeting at Mason City last Thursday. Donald Zoller, of Mason City, was foere to visit his grandfather. Peter Hans, Saturday. -*Iowa Mitre to Coast. Lone Rock, May 30—(Roy Zunkle \s sold a 3-year-old Belgian mare .a (buyer in California. is teacher. Lawrence Pijalm an r Ronald Smith, pupils, of Olivi Kressin, also received diplomas. >f Lotts Creek Girls Graduated— 6 A number of Lotts Creek younf e people attended Emmetsburg higl - school graduation exercises las s Thursday. Mildred, daughter ' o r Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke, was c graduated. Margaret and Hanna twin daughters of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, were graduated from the Algona high school the same \ light. • Many Here Go Visiting — 3 Fishermen from here at High - Lake Sunday were: William and ' Carl Dreyer, Carl's son George, the Martin F. Meyers, Merrill Culbertson, Martin and Otto Ohm, Arthur Luedtke, son Harold, the Ben Schmidts, Fred Boettcher, Alvin 3 otratz, Maurice Wallace, Richard Potratz, sons Herbert, Martin, and Many Titonl Get Big C Titonka, May 30— Cream checks have been issued to Nick Pleesch, $200.13; Warner Smidt, $121.21; A. Schram, ?S7.SG; Chris Brandt, ••587.40; Harry Ricklefs, $86.94; Bruno Sleeker, ?S3.2G; Edw. Zwei- i'el, ?S0.05; Graham Bros., $7G.13; George Rippentrop, $75.67; Herman Dreesman, $7.1.07; Gray & Sons, $69.92; Bartlett & 'Sons, $6S.-54; J. A. Harms, $68.54; Bonno Schutter, $67.62; W. H. Grover, $05.55; C. E. Brown, $64.17; Peter Ubben, $63.94; E. J. Buss, $63.71; John Koestler, $61.64; Meindert Smidt, $61.64; Frank Meyer, $60.49; Jenne 'Hansen, $59.34; Ubbe Winter, $58.19; Ben W. Meyer, $57.50; W. A. Brandt, $56.58; Geo. Peterson, $55.43; Walbert Bruns, $55.20; 3. H. Christensen, $54.74; Buffington Estate, $54.28; Phelps & Sons, $'53.39; Frank Rakow, $53.36; Fred De Vries, $52.44; Olivert Michaelson, $51.98; Fred .Sleeker, $51.29; William Schwyter, $'50.60; and George L. Schmidt, $50.60. Commencement Exercises Held — Last week Wednesday evening 1933 commencement exercises were held in the high school auditorium. The program follows: invocation, the Rev. Mr. Schoenlein; violin solo, Viola .Rike; commencement address, the Rev. T. Ernest Hoon; music, mixed chorus; presentation scholarship medal, Mrs. .Stephen de Vries; presentation citizenship award, Supt. C .A. Hoon; presentation class, Supt. Hoon; presentation diplomas, W. H. Stott, president school board; 'benediction, the Rev. Fremont Paul. Six Youm? People in Upset- Going north on the graveled road last Thursday the Krantz car, Harold Krantz driving, was ditched and upset, when a front tire was punctured. 'Edithmae Budlong, Kalh- ryn Schram, -Leota Oesterreicher, and Mildred and Fern Krantz were with Harold, and Mildred, Fern, and Leota suffered cuts, Harold, Edithmae, and Kathryn suffering no injuries except scratches. All windows in the car were broken and the top was somewhat caved in, but no other damage was done. lluccalaurente Services Held— The annual baccalaureate exercises for the senior class of 1933 were held at the Methodist church Sunday night, May 21. The program follows: processional, seniors; song, Holy, Holy, Holy, audience; invocation, the Rev. Mr. Schoenlein; song, Lift Thine Eyes, Girls' glee club; baccalaureate sermon, Sunlit Trail, the Rev. Fremont Faul; song, Erma Campbell; benediction, the Rev. Mr. 'Schoenlein; recessional, seniors. Community Picnic Today — Last week Thursday afternoon there was a community picnic at the schoolhouse, and a pageant, The Conflict of the Seasons, was be given by grade and high school pupils. The senior class elected Viola Rike May queen. The program was finished with the winding of the Maypole by high school boys and girls. Friday morning the high school and grade children reported at the schoolhouse for their report cards. Farewell Party for Teacher— A farewell party was given for Miss Ethel Wellmeyer last week Tuesday night by the school faculty at the Schweppe home. Miss Wellmeyer, who has taught the second grade here two years, will teach at Buffalo Center next year at a higher salary. Ruth May>berry, Anamosa, will take her place here. To He Park Waitress— Allene Johnson, English teacher, here, returned to her home at Des Moines for two weeks with her parents, after which she will go to the Glacier national park to work as waitress during the summer. She lias spent the last several summers there. Community Picnic Ends School— A community picnic at the school . UL ivu-. HIIU iwrs. wiinam ecnmsel, and Ada, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, finished the year's high school studies at Algona Friday. Ada is employed for the sum, mer at the W. C. and D. E. 'Dewel J homes at Algona. j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz ' visited the latter's parents, Mr. s .and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, Whitte- niore, Sunday and attended the funeral of Grandma Ebert, who was almost a lifelong neighbor of the Schultzes. Henry Wetzel, Hugo Potratz, and Bernice and Frances Winkel spent Sunday fishing at High Lake. Ferd. MUtag attended church Sunday for the first lime after having been sick eight weeks. Olivia Kressin visited Elnora Pompe and Gladys Saunders at Correctionville last week. The Immanuel Lutheran Aid meets next Monday; Mrs. August Pijahn, hostess. ca Farmers ream Checks 1 grounds last Thursday was a great i success. Parents furnished "eats" i and the mothers and the home eco- c nomics girls served. Some 300 per- £ sons attended. The Titonka and I Woden high school nineg played f ball, and Titonka won by a big c margin. ] Rural School Has Picnic— g 'Ida tSachau, who leaches a coun- •^ try school south of town, gave her s children a picnic Friday afternoon. Vivian Stott and Jenese Saathoff ' were guests from town. Two to Attend Summer School — n Anna Welhousen and Josephine P Sleeker will attend summer school r at the State Teachers college, be- ^ ginning next Monday. ° Austins Going to Canada — 1 The Ward Austins, accompanied c by Donald Banta, will leave next s Monday for a new home 1 frr Canada. -., Other Titonka News. p Irma Campbell, music teacher, < has returned to her home at Hamp- w ton for the summer with- her par- ii ents. She will' altend the Century t of Progress at Chicago. Lillian w Crone, 4th grade teacher, has also s returned to her home at Hampton ; w Mabie Tutton, eighth grade teach- Ja er, to Tier home at Buffalo Center r and Ethel Wfillmeyer to her home N at Klemme. The eFass roll is: Donald Banta, S president; Lester Eden, vice; Mer- b wyn Hansen, secretary-treasurer; F Edithmae Budlong, Margaret Gal- * lies, ETsie Kuchenreuther, Arlo ' H Larson, Fannie Pannkuk, Viola c Rike, George Sachau, Edward '^ Saathoff, Margaret Sleper, Edward 1 s and Josephine Ctecker, Vernelle Zweifer, and Anna Welhousen. EditlT and Hazel Budlong came 5 from Hampton Saturday ni'gfrt for Sunday and Memorial -day with a their mother, Mrs. Frances Bud- e long, and Hazel, who teaches there, , p will' remain for the summer. Dor- ^ othy and Alice Budlong, nieces of Edith, will go lo Hampton for a few days' visit. The class motto is Choose Well, Thy Choice is Brief but Endless. ° The class colors are emerald green p and -white; the class flower, Lily of ^ the Valley. G Mrs. Fred Wentz entertained the g Woman's club last Thursday evening. Roll call was answered with ^ "Who's Who in Iowa." The sludy T, was Musical Composers of Iowa, 4 conducled by Mrs. C. A. Hoon. Violet, only daughter of E. O. Slack, Morningside college sopho- m more, will come next week to live A for a time with the Ray Hansens. Magdalene Sartor has completed S a year's teaching at Magnolia and i is at home with her parents, Dr ? and Mrs. Pierre Sartor. n Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, of tl Burt, atlended commencemenl ex- Jj ercises here last week Wednesday evening. , • ff Union r A change has been made in place a of a ' Mothers & Daughters club n meeting this week Thursday. Mrs. n Elizabeth Kohl is to be hostess, as- t slsted by Mrs. Maude Nelson. Some n important business is to be transacted, j. Mrs. Olson, who lives with her a daughter, Mrs. F. S. Thompson, s celebrated her 81st birthday Sun- e day. She is still active, busying a herself with household and garden work, bul she hasn't regained her 5 strength since an attack of the flu s last winter. Several friends called g to present gifts and cards Sunday. s The windstorm last week Tues- jj day did minor damage on many farms. A brooder house at Louis g Bode's was 'blown over, hut there i was no poultry in it. Trees were f broken off, and large limbs were v stripped off of other trees. Farmers who were planting corn had \i difficulty to see the rows. In some s fields dirt was blown away so j much that newly planted corn was left exposed. . FENTON SHOW ]UILT 1RAWS LARGE CROWD Fentori, May 30—The quilt show sponsored by one division of Methodist Aid was held in •It the the was church basement Frday. well patronized. About 70 entries were made. The proceeds amounted to $16. Winners are: Class A-l, Quilts over 50 yrs. old; 1st, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod; 2nd, Mrs. C. Q. Humphrey; class A-2: quilts by women 50 years old or over, 1st, Mrs., L. M. Flnnestacl, 2nd, Mrs. L. M. Finnestad; Class B-1-^nodern. embroidered quilts, 1st, Alice. 'Dreyer, 2nd, Alice Dreyer; Class B-2, modern appliqued quilts, 1st, Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf, 2nd, Mrs. W. J. Weislbrod; Class B-2, modern pieced quilts, 1st, Mrs. Le Roy 'Boettcher, Burt, 2nd, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz; Class C-.1, children's quilts, 1st, Mrs. C. F. Ruske, 2nd, Mrs. Harry Haase; Class C-2, quilts made by children, 1st, Bernice Kramer, 2nd, Donna Jean Bailey; Class D, unfinished quilts, 1st, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, 2nd, Mrs. Charles Newel. Potted, blooming geraniums and 'Rosy Morn petunias were given as premiums. Visitors .were present from Ringsted, Lone Rock, Whittemore, Burt, and Seneca. 4-H Club is Entertained— The (Fenton Forward 4^H club was entertained by Leona Borchardt a week ago Tuesday afternoon, with 16 members, the leader, and one visitor, Verabelle Ulfers, present. A talk, Selection of Materials for Curtains, was given by Virginia Frank; Hazel Weisbrod read the biography of JDthelburt Nevin and the stories of some of his compositions, followed 'by Mighty Lak a Rose, and The Rosary, played by Margaret Stephenson; Leona Borchardt read the. Life of Edward MaoDowell and played one of his compositions, To a Wild Rose ; a report of two of the previous picture memory contests was given toy Alvina Dreyer; Margaret Stephenson read two poems, Nobility, and To Be Strong. Virginia -Frank was chosen delegate to the 4-fl state convention at Ames June 11: The next meeting wilf be held at Viola Mueller's June G. Auxiliary Makes Report — The 'Legion Auxiliary report for the year's work by the 13 members is: Knoxville birthday party, $1; non-compensated child welfare, $1; soldiers 50c; rehabilitation, 50c; national defense, 50c; na- iional and dept. dues, ?13; dimes for disabled, $1.20; Christmas cheer, $1.20; district dues, ?1.20; [owa Legionnaire, $1; educational funds, $1; Memorial day poppies, 12. Other donations were a pieced wool quilt and used clothing for supply shelf valued at $10. May 22, 1933 I suppose that Ijnay claim to be the first Ford Dealer.^1 not only made cars, but sold them and frequently delivered them myself. The "drive away" is not new; often I have driven cars from Detroit to towns in Ohio or Indiana or Michigan to make delivery , There were no good roads in those days, and the people where I drove had never seen a.motor car before. , My first really enthusiastic customers were 'Country Doctors. They were the first to realize the value of dependable transportation to a widely scattered practice. • Even today I occasionally hear from some of those first Ford users. We had to teach local mechanics how to care for the cars.' That is how Ford Service began, which is now found everywhere in the world. We believed from the beginning that a sale does not complete our transaction with our customer -.it creates upon.us an obligation to see that our customer's car gives him service. Ford Dealers know their duty to the public in this respect. I can say of Ford Dealers generally that they have ,been and are men of character and standing in their communities. Most of them have been with us many years, which indicates that we agree' on basic business principles. The Company provides that the methods used to sell the Ford car are consistent-with the self-respect of the Dealers who handle it. The present Ford V-8 is the peak of our 30 years experience. We have never made a better car. Its eight-cylinder engine is powerful and smooth running. The car is admittedly very good looking and has comfortable riding qualities. It is economical in operation because of advanced engine .design and low car weight. It is the fastest, roomiest,and.foost powerful car we have ever built. "Vew Store to Be Opened— •The G. W. Yager building is be- ng remodeled by Martin Hantelman and his workmen. The center partition was removed and the two rooms made into one large one. They expect to have it ready lor ccupancy fa a few days-.. Jensen & Rolston, of West Bend, have it eased and will stock it with groceries, hoes- work clothes andl men's louse TTnniiingr is Given— Mr. and Mrs. C. 'L. Osborn were leasantly. surprised at their home 'riday evening by 75 neighbors ivho came for a house warming. An nterestihg program of instrumen- al and vocal music and' readings' vere enjoyed, and refreshments eryed by tfte guests. The- Osborns .vere presented with .a piece of £ur- fture-..* few Grocery Is Opened— ' Priebe brothers have opened a; grocery slore in the F. J. Weis- rod building. It is being run by Raymond', wlio was graduated front he Fenton high school this .month, iis brother Arthur operates a gro- ery store and service station at Lone Rncfii. Sailor Home on Furjougli— Everett Larson, in the' nary at Ian Pedro, Calif., Is spending a 29- 'ay furlough with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Martin Larson. His broth- r Kelvin, in the same* corps* ex- 'ects a furlough soon and plans to e here> to spend the Fourtli of uly. Other Fenton News. The Walter Warners,. Des Moines, anie Sunday to visit Mr. Warner's arents, the Sam Warners, vere accompanied by Mrs. They Irene iles, who will visit with her Tandmqther, Mrs. Henry Warner, entor, and relatives, till Tuesday vening, when she and Walter will etttrn to their work In Des loines. Mrs. Warner and Sally nn will remain for'a longer visit. Doctor and Mrs. J, T. Waite went o Rochester, Minn., last' .week "'uesday. The doctor went through lie Mayo clinic and Mrs. Waite ubmitted to a minor operation, "hey returned home Friday. Bertha Huskamp had charge of the house" old duties during their absence. . Dr. and Mrs.^S. W. Meyer and he former's sisler Opal left Sun- ay for Bonaparte to visit the former's parents. They were to meet ther brothers and sisters for a reunion Decoration day, and were to eturn Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer- nd, of Dubuque, .are parents pi a aughter, born April -, named Norma. Mrs. Hammerand was for- nerly Margaret Hantelman, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hantel- n an. Malinda Hantelman, Allison eacher, closed her school Friday, ind arrived at Dan Hantelman's Saturday. Salina Hantelman clos- d her school at Clarksville a week ;go Friday and Is also at home. Milton Weisbrod, Charles Ulfers, Bealrice Kramer and Margaret tephenson, one of the Methodist gospel teams, had charge of the ervices at Swea City Sunday even- ng. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitjow, of Swea City, accompanied by Frank Jailey and children, attended the uneral of Mrs. Henry Bbert in tVhittemore Sunday. Pauline Osborn, employed at the Waverly hotel in spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Osborn. Emmetsburg, her mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Newel and grandson, Jay Johnson, of Kan- awha, came Saturday to visit relatives here. Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf entertained her Sewing club last week Wednesday at a quilting bee. The C. O. Baileys, Rock Rapids, visited relatives week-end. 'here over the The F. C. Baileys,' Iowa Falls, came Sunday to visit over Decoration day. (Frances Bailey, Britt teacher, closed her school', and 1 came home Friday. ACADEMY JUNIORS HOSTS TO WHinEMORE SENIORS Whittemore, May 30—A Presentation Academy junior-senior banquet was given last weefe Tuesday evening at the academy. The tables were decorated in the senior colors, old rose and 1 gray, with tulips as centerpieces,, and 1 the room was decorated in old' rose and gray crepe paper. Name cards were airplanes of rose and grey paper, with mes in white- on the propeller e toastmlstress was Rosella Besch, junior, who welcomed the class of '33, and William Higgins responded. The rest- of the program follows:~Hymn, school quintet, Are Marie; The Pilot's History, Ruth Ann Smith; Last WH! and Testament Raymond Hi'ggins; song, Evelyn Bode, teacher; toast to faculty, Marjorie Elbertr humor, Garnet McDonnell; The Take-Off Prophecy, Verena Kasehmitter; song, Father Hyland; address. Father Veil; class song, seniors. Members of Ihe graduating class are: Wm. R .Higgins, Ruth M. Higgins, Garnet M. McDonnell, Marvel E. -Elbert, Rosella C. Muiler, Guinevere M. Kelley, Ruth Ann Smith, Raymond M. Higgins. Hitchhikes from the Coast. Burt, May 23-iElljah Wood arrived at his sister Mrs. J. p. Cunningham's unexpectedly Friday having hitch-hiked from Seattle Wash. Elijah, who is a World war veteran, was discharged from ™ ,, s \ soldier s' hospital at Walla Walla May 3. He tried to find work, but says a single man can't get a day's work there for love money. or Board Proceedings May 24, 1933 Auditor's Office, May 24 1933- UPerviSOrS of > ' pursuant to countv county and w Whereas, the Board of Sunervis- 'Whereas, John Panzer has an- Pointed Julius Bollig as an appraiser, now therefore P A. D. ana to said land under condemnation on or before June 2, 1933. Resolution adopted this 24th day of May, 1933. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to- i o'clock p. m. '• One o'clock p. m.—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Heiken that Secondary Road Districts Nos. 248, 250, and '251 be established to report of County Engineer. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to Court Room for letling of contract for gravel. Courl Room, 2:30 o'clock P. M. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Balgeman that the sealed bids for gravel be opened and read as per specifications. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that contract for graveling projects included in Division III be awarded to J w Swanson, Titonka, 'Iowa. Ayes: All' Motion by Heiken and seconded •by Balgeman that contract for graveling projects included in Divisions i and II be awarded to John; Schumacher, Bancroft, Iowa, and. that he comply with agreement of «, Ihe •A.I1. J two dra « lines day of June, 1933. Ayes: On motion Board adjourned to 9) o clock a. m. June 2, 1933. E. J. BUTJLER, __ County Auditor. May 24, 1933 Court House, Algona,. Iowa, May 24, 1933, 2 o'clock P M fl « and Humboldt counties met in Joint session, members present: O J Olson, Henry Sawyer, Lewis s'ave' rude, C. A. Underberg, of Hunvboldt county g ' Balgeman, Chas. Morris, Olaf . nemark, W. E. McDonald, P. J Heken, of Kossuth county Absent: None. m JHnJ°i int f ° ard or ^ an ^ed and on motion by Saverude and seconded bV Underberg that Morris act as ^ man of the Beting. Ayes- All Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Funnemark that E.-J. Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth county, act as secretary £ 3 meeting. Ayes: All. J * • IV l? tl ° n by Saverude and seconded by McDonald that Humboldt county Hsh h P • lish the Secondary Road District No. 246 beginning at the SW Motion by Underberg and second ed by Heiken that joint meeting of Humboldt-Kossuth county botrds adjourn. Ayes: All. E. J. (BUTLER, CHAS. MORRIS. s ^retary. Chairman. — dsA OO.dx <i-qb POWDERED SILK... Quickly removwoH, ?i n M r S a ?Mt3lns, TU AMD fQH SALE BY MOOT D£A«g8 IF BROOKSIE HAD TO DO ALL THE WORK! he l aUS roW ' I "' ° nly one d«y - «o give lots of do ajl tbl . . . inppose she had to churn that milk into rich.cretmv butter. Tbea., it.' And e .T?! >ld to pack the butter attractively so people would I to distant cities. 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