Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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fAQE POUR IT'S BEAUTIFUL © CONVENIENT o DEPENDABLE © BUILT TO LAST A LIFETIME and IN ACTUAL DOLLARS AND GENTS * It is costing you money — and a. lot of satisfaction — every day you put off buying Rol- lator Refrigeration. Come in today and see the line. £ ORGE & Lakota School Gives Exhibition^ofWorkDone ANNUAL SHOW IS FEATURED BY PROGRAMS Lakota, May 15— The public school gave the annual exhibit Friday afternoon and it proved a very successful event. A musical pro- grain conducted by Mrs. F. O. Johnson, music teacher, was exceptionally good. The program follows: school orchestra; demonstration of three-part music by 7th grades; Stars of the and 8th Summer Night, and Smile, Smile, Smile, a sight music reading by 3rd and 4th grades; two-part music by 5th and 6th grades, Star Daisies, Solitude and Blacksmith; piano solo, Columbine and Forget-Me-Not, Catherine Powers; folk dances by 3rd and 4th grades; three songs by the 1st and 2nd grades; piano solo, Margaret Schroeder; Sleep Baby Sleep and Butterfly by girls' Glee club. A popular number was a tap dance given by Patricia Woodworth, Alethia Grabau and Shirley Hansen, who were dresed in costumes of white blouses and black trousers, black stovepipe hats, and who carried canes. The exhibits from the first grade up through the Baccalaureate Given for Senior Class at Ledyard Ledyard, May 15—Baccalaureate services for the graduating class of 1934 were held in the high school auditorium Sunday evening. The program follows: Processional, Miss Randall; hymn, congregation; invocation, the Rev. Mr. Depping; clarinet quartet, Lillian Klinksiek, Idah Telkamp, Henrietta O'Keefe, Alvera Halvorson, annoucememts, the Rev. Mr. Depping; sermon, Education of the Heart, the Rev. Mr. Johnson; cornet trio, James Logan, Kenneth Thompson, Tilmer Halvorson; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Johnson; recessional, Miss Randall. School to Present Pp.oreftnt— This Thursday the school will present a pageant, Peace Among Nations, at 10 o'clock in the morning. In the afternoon there will be a kittenball game between the business men here and men from Grant. The high school will play baseball with Swea City. In the evening commencement exercises will be held and Dr. O'Brien, president of Morningside college, will give the address. science, history, creditable. etc., was very The first two grades showed arithmetic work books, colored pictures in season, etc., and they had a real health May pole in the sand table, with a bottle of milk for the pole with streamers leading to a prune, an egg, a graham cracker, a pound of butter, etc. The 3rd and 'Hh grades showed good work books, free hand drawing, cut out pots of flowers, pieces doll quilts, pillows, miniature furniture, weather vanes, etc. The 5th and 6th showed maps, penmanship, and composition books. The salt maps were very attractive. The 7th and 8th grade showed good maps and composition books, penmanship booklets, books on Asia, manual training, display of tables, magazine racks, end tables, a bee hive, etc. Pligh school exhibits showed originality in every designing and splendid work books, maps, etc. Seniors Guests of Juniors— The local junior-senior banquet was held at the high school auditorium last week AVednesday even| ing. Card tables were used, placed on the stage, which was decorated in rainbow colors for a dining room, and each table was decorated in one of the rainbow colors. Place cards were pots of golyd with rainbows inserted, and on this the program was written, as follows: welcome, Donald Worley; response, Dorothy Clemans; The Search, Charles Peterson; The Rainbow, Lilah Kaphengst; The Pot of Gold, Durward Trenary; Raindrops, Bertha Ailts; class history, Luella Klocke; Prophecy, Robert Hamilton; class will, William Ley; response, Beth Hamquist. Melvin Schroeder was toastmaster and gave a concluding talk. Miss Miller had charge of the banquet, was assisted by the mothers of the juniors. Mesdames Earl Grabau and R. E. Hamquist and the Rev. F. 0. Johnson were guests, also the teachers. Bride-to-Be is Honored— Last week Tuesday night the Sewing Circle had a miscellaneous shower for Miss Kitley, who Is to be married to Harold Granner early in June. The following night the basketball girls gave a kitchen shower in her honor. Fire Damages Furniture— A week ago Monday afternoon a fire broke out in the front room of Glen Beyse's house. Damage was done to the davenport and other furniture. It is thought the fire caught from a faulty stove pipe. Class Play is Successful— The senior class play, Oh Profes- sor, given Friday night was well attended and successfully given. The cast and their instructor, Miss Stranahan, are commended. H. S. Team Wins Two Games— The high school baseball team won two games last week. A week ago Monday the team defeated Rake 8-7, and Tuesday, Grant 13-5. Other Leflvard News. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Locke, Rutland, attended the school picnic at Grant Consolidated school Friday. Mr. Locke was formerly janitor at the school. Mrs. Jess O'Keefe spent last week and this week at Fenton helping care for her mother, Mrs. Warner, who is seriously ill. Mrs. George Moulton entertained the Methodist Aid last Thursday and a large crowd attended despite the dust storm. Mrs. Ed Campbell, of Seneca, came Sunday for a week's visit at Leon Worden's and Clifton Engelby's. George Thompson and Kenneth, Mrs. Ed Halvorson and Tilmer were in Algona Saturday. Mrs. E. G. Rich, of Fairmont, and Mildred called at L. W. Wiemer's a week ago Monday. The Glen Yahnkes entertained the Julius Jensons, of Buffalo Center, Sunday. Clifford Jenks, who has been working in New York state, came BURT SENIOR PLAY DRAWS BIGAODIENCE Hurt, May 15—The senior play, Beads on a String, was presented Friday evening at the Beltone theater. Hlcl . It was well given and a good-sized audience attended. TaK- ing part were Raymond Carter, Joseph Graham, Sarah Schroeder, nf Richard Brayton, Barrel Riddle, ?' Ruth Beitz, Edward Stewart, Pearl home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis. Mrs. Dyer and sons were in Elmore Saturday having dental work done. The Rev. Harveys, of Rowan, called on friends here Saturday The Barretts spent Sunday at Charles Raney's near Livermore. Woltz, and Dorothy Dickmeyer A skit, The Ghost of a Freshman, was given between acts by Zola Giddings, Marion Bernhard, Blanche McFarland, Caroline Carr, and Ellen Saatoff. Ruth Thompson and June Rash gave a tap dance. The play was directed by Alice Eighme. A large audience attended bas- calaureate services at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, and the Rev. C. B. Mitchell preached an excellent sermon from the text, Behold I have set the land before you; go in and possess it. The Girls' Glee club and mixed chorus furnished special music. Commencement exercises will be held at the Methodist church Monday evening, May 21, and the speaker will be Prof. Clay Harshbarger, Iowa City. Ten girls and nine boys will be graduated: Ruth Beitz, Caroline Carr, Zola Giddings, Blanche McFarland, Gordon Sigsbee, Ward Winkie, Marion Bernhard, Dorothy Dickmeyer, Joseph Graham, Elizabeth Rash, Sarah Schroeder, Edward Stewart, Pearl Woltz, Richard Brayton, Raymond Carter, Dale Kennedy, Darrel Riddle, Ellen Saathoff, and Keith Thaves. Dorothy Dickmeyer is the valedictorian and Caroline Carr the salutatorian. oped pneumonia, was proved when they left. Aid Honors Mrs. Mitchell— The Methodist Aid met last week Wednesday at Mrs. C. H. Schrader's, Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee assistant hostess. The women held a birthday shower for Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, and she received many gifts. A short Mother's day program was given. Lutherans to Meet Today— The Lutheran Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon in the church basement. The Walther League will meet in the evening. W. H. M. S. at Mitchell's— The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon at Mrs. C. B. Mlcthell's, Mrs. G. C. Allen assistant hostess. Lecture Tomorrow Evening- Friday evening there will be an illustrated lecture on Institutional Missions at the Lutheran church. Birthday Circle Party Today- Mrs. Mary Orchard, Charles City, arrived Sunday to visit her niece, Mrs. R, W. Rash. WUBTlTMnRr W nil 1 LiflUnL V • • • B • • •• • • • *v • • HH ACADEMY HAS J.-S, BANGUET Whittemore, May 15— The academy's junior-senior banquet was held last week Tuesday evening at the Academy hall. The program follows: editor, Joan Fleming; headlines, James Kelso; late flashes, Helen Ford; bargains for '35, Urban Elbert; friend's appreciation, E. Kollasch; lost and found, Francis Farrell; botanical views, Thelma Kollasch; oratory, Verena Kaschmitter ; Our Subscribers, Father Hyland; literary page, Frances Ringler; address, Father Veit; Goodbye, Seniors. Surprise for Henry Krueger — A surprise birthday party honored Henry Krueger, West Bend, last week Tuesday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe, Mrs. Louis Reimers, Fairmont, daughter Betty, Mr. and Mrs. [artin Meyer, Garner, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Struecker and Mrs. Eim- fti'e T?nntnn "M"v nnrl MVa XVnltor ily and Elmer Ostwald, West Bend and William Ostwald, who works' for his brother Ferdinand, north of town. Gervase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, accompanied William Kelly to Algona last week Wednesday to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert. Mr. Kelly has been painting at the sheriff's house. Charles Shimmel, Ringsted, has been secured by Irene Rooney to manage the grocery department in the Rooney cafe. Mr. Shimmel is a married man, and he plans to bring his household goods to Whittemore soon. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Farrell, of Whittemore, and Mrs. Farrell's sister, Mrs. Doering, Graettinger, drove to St. Paul Friday to attend exercises in which Gertrude Farrel was graduated as nurse. The Arthur Lunsmans and Rosella Voight, Mason City, and the Roger Elberts were Sunday dinner guests at Herman Voight's. Rosella attends a business college at Mason City. Minnie Elbert, Richard Vaughn and Mrs. Earl Elbert, all of here Mildred Fuchsen, West Bend, ant Mrs. Leo Elbert, Garner, were Des Moines shoppers Saturday. epent Sunday with their mother, Mrs, Bertha Schwletert. Mrs. Lillian Sigler attended a Legion Auxiliary pep meeting at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday, and took part In a skit put on by the Kossuth Auxiliary units. Elmer Schmidt, Franklin, Pa., and his children, Patty and Billy, are visiting Mr. Schmidt's mother, Mrs. Louise Schmidt, and his sister, Mrs. Ed Thaves. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Mrs. Maude Hanna, and Joan Grlese Tuesday at the p"7 at Spirit Lake. ' ' Mr. and Mrs, van, Minn., and ley, Del Rio, ']> 1 At "v,, au(j spent Sunday at J 0 Raymond — ' Schroeder, and Other Burt News. Mrs. James Patterson, Longmont, !olo., daughter Darlene, and Mrs. Eunice Johnson, Gowrio, spent Sunday at Allan Carr's. Mrs. Paterson was formerly Mrs. Mark Stoddard and lived in Burt many fears ago. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwletert and Ada Schwietert, Algona, Lester Schwletert, Clear Lake, and Mr. FLY SEASON IS HERE! Shut these little pests out of your home by ha |] tight screens and screen doors. Let us help you solve this problem. F. S. NORTON & SO PHONE 229 Lutheran Festival Next Sunday— The annual mission festival oi the Lutheran church will be helc at the church next Sunday. At the morning service the Rev. L. F. Schneider, Lester, will deliver the sermon. The afternoon speaker will be the Rev. W. H. Discher, of Whittemore. Lunch will be served in the church basement at noon. In the evening the Walther League] will sponsor zone oratorical contests in which four societies will take part. Gives Talk at Itoivan— The Rev. H. E. Harvey came up Friday and took Mrs. J. H. Warburton to Rowan, where she took part in a Mother-Daughter banquet program at the church there that evening. The theme of the program was, The Flower Garden of Life. Mrs. C. D. McGoon, of Hampton, gave a talk on the sowing of the seed and the cultivation of the plant, and Mrs. Warburton talked on the flower and the fruit. More than 185 women attended the banquet. The Rev. Tarvey is a former pastor of the Lakota church. YOU CAN BUY A NORGE FOR AS LITTLE AS 1.75 a Week RICHARDSON FURNITURE CO. Where Furniture Sells For Less House Damaged by Fire — The fire company was called to the Ike Harms residence just after noon Monday when fire broke out from the chimney and was firsl seen by neighbors. The fire by that time had gained a good headway, and because of a high wind it was difficult to bring under control. The house and contents were badly damaged. Mr. Harms was at work at Clifford Freark's farm and only Mrs. Harms and the small children were at home. The house is owned by John Meyer. Baccalaureate is Given — Baccalaureate services were held in the school auditorium Sunday night with a large crowd present The Rev. A. F. Boese, pastor of the Lutheran church, gave the sermon and the girls' Glee club sang two labe, West Bend, the Erwin, Waler, and William Strueckers, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mrs. largaret Kroeger, the Louis Braatzes, the Werner Braatzes, Su- iervisor and Mrs. Frank Balge- nan, and Mrs. W. F. Dau. Lcademy Commencement May 27— Commencement exercises for St, flichael's academy will be held a veek from Sunday, and Father Veit will give the commencement sermon. The academy high school 'acuity consists of Sister M. Retina, superintendent, Sister M. Da- ndica, and Sister M. Fabian. The jraduating class consists of James Celso, Francis Farrell, Urban El- jert, Marcella Cullen, Marguerite Fleming, Bernice Ludwig, Annette Bestenlehner, Rosella Besch, Marorie Elbert, Thelma Kollasch, Verena Kaschmitter, and Catherine Priester. numbers. Trenary, Luella Klocke, Durware Dorothy Clemans anc William Ley are the members o the graduating class. Reunion- is Held Sunday — The Will Nobles, Baraboo, Wis came Sunday to visit relatives. family reunion was held at J. H Warburton's and they went horn Sunday. Will is secretary-treasur er of the Baraboo Production Crec it association which was forme last winter. Girls Entertain Mothers— The S. S. class of junior girls taught by Ruth Hodgson entertained the mothers at the Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon. The following program in charge of Elinor Elston was given: greetings by president, Florence Rash; solo, Ruby Sanderson; piano solo, Eugenia Kriethe; song, Mother, My Dear, class. Refreshments were served and the mothers were each presented with a pink carnation. Many at Nelson Funeral— , Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson, Fort Ros- | Dodge, spent the week-end at Mrs. 11 Mary McDonald's. They had been at Ringsted attending the funeral of Mr. Nelson's father, Christian Nelson. Burt people who attended Friday were 0. P. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald, Mrs. T T, T, r „ j , Maude Hanna, Mrs. Gertie Thomp- Mrs. J. E. Walker and her son son, H. A. Thompson, Mr and Mrs Lloyd drove to Delevan^ Minn., a s. M. Peterson, and Lewis Larsen. has Tiro Rural Schools Close- Lena Bennett closed the Strayer doubly effective against simple dianiieas and digestive disorders To Guard against Digestive Disorders and Simple Diarrheas, the preventive in the drink should do more than merely disinfect the water. Germozonc carries on and destroys molds and disease germs with which it comes in contact IN THE CROP. ALSO A REMEDY It is also splendidly curative. Astringent yet soothing, it is the treatment which has given best results to many thousands of sue- cessful poultry raisers for 35 years. Just as valuable for grown fowls, and should be used in their drink regularly the year around. It's the best treatment for Occular Roup. Sec 64-paye Lee-Way textbook on poultry diseases. We have a copy for you, free for the nsking. Borchardt's Pharmacy, Algona few days ago to visit with the Harold Walkers. Harold's wife pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel and the William Fandels went to Reinsen last Thursday to visit the son and brother, Father Edward Fandel. Sunday dinner guests at Arthur Heidenwith's were Lloyd Walker and Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, Lotts Creek, mother of Mr. Heidenwith. H. F. C. Mueller, superintendent of Lutheran schools in the Iowa district, visited the Lutheran school here last week Wednesday. Shower Honors Lorraine Combes— A miscellaneous shower was given last Thursday evening at Ramon Eisenbacher's for Lorraine Combes, who will be married to Mrs. Eisenbacher's brother, Arnold Hilbert, soon. Cards were played, and prizes were won by Mrs. C. W. Elbert, high, and Mrs. William Besch Jr., low. Attending from out of town were the Eisenbachers from Wesley; the Arnold Elberts, Mrs. Jos. Elbert and her daughters, Algona; Mrs. Ora Combes, Cylinder, mother of the bride-to-be. school south of town Friday with a picnic at the Strayer home, and Saturday left for her new home at Lake City. Katherine Manus, teaching near Lu Verne, also closed work Friday, and had a picnic for pupils and patrons. Her mother and sister, Mrs. Lillian Sigler, attended and brought her home. Mrs. H. W. Trainer Improving— The J. W. Spradlings, of Sparta, Wis., called here Friday because of Leona Dreyer, employed at the ie critical sickness of their daugh- ™ „ ----- ^ _. — ---- . ... er, Mrs. H. W. Trainer, went home Store Fire is Put Oat— The fire company was called Friday afternoon to extinguish a fire in the rear of the Walter Rosenau hardware store. It was soon brought under control and not much damage was done because of quick work. The Andrew Jansens live over the store. Moving Time in Whittemore— The Maurice K. Cullens moved to Mason City Friday, the Kern Eler- icks to the apartments vacated by the Cullens; the S. J. Hayes family to the Herman Bierstedt house; the A. D. Brogans to the house vacated by the Hayes family; and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Elbert to the house vacated by the Brogans. Lorraine Combes to Wed— Banns of matrimony were announced at St. Michael's church for the first time last Thursday for Arnold, son of Mrs. Emma Hilbert, and Lorraine, daughter of Ora Combes, Cylinder. H. R. Zumach store, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, West Bend, spent Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, son Ralph, and Amanda Dietrich were dinner guests at Carl Walker's, Algona, Sunday. George Carmody and his orchestra played for a junior-senior banquet at Algona Saturday evening. Eldora Dau, employed at Harvey Jacob's, West Bend, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Dau. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Carmody, Graettinger, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody. J. S. Cullen and his son Ed drove to Elkader Friday to attend the funeral of James Donahoe. Mrs. E. C. Jackrnan spent Saturday and Sunday at E. S. George's, Graettinger. E. C. Jackman was a business YOUR YARB Wilt BE visitor at Albert Lea Sunday. The Martin Meyers, Garner, spent Sunday with local relatives. CARL DAHLHAUSEfi Candidate for the democratic nomination for sheriff in the June primaries subject to the will of the voters. Your support will be sincerely appreciated. Other Lakota News. Mrs. William Turley, who was called to Chester, S. D., by the accidental death of her nephew, came home Monday. She was accompanied by her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fetch, who are parents of the little boy. They will make an extended visit here. Mrs. C. R. Smith, who has been visiting in Cedar Rapids the past three weeks, came home Sunday. Her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kent, brought her home and will make a visit here. July 4 Celebration Planned— St .Michael's parish plans a big July Fourth celebration. A speaker of statewide fame is to be secured. Lieutenant - Governor Kraschel has been invited. Picnic at State Park— The junior choir and the altar boys at St. Michael's church had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call park, Algona, Monday. Other Whittemore. Sunday evening dinner guests at Carl Ostwald's were the William Matsons, the Werner Gades, the L. H. Wehrspanns, the Theodore Ost- walds, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, daughter Elfrieda, and grandson, Raymond Meyer, all of Whittemore; the Gus Berninghaus fam- Hotel KIRKWGDD Moines A Room and bath for two and a half 4* unday. Mrs. Trainer, who was perated on last week Monday for mastoid trouble and later devel- This owner says: "17 MILES TO j THE GALLON*' Replace your old driveway wilh a permanent beautiful driveway of concrete. It will dresa up your property and add to its ralue. Concrete will last as long c-s ihs lot itself. It's easy io keep clean . . . easier io keep open //hen winter snows come down. :tnd now is the nine io put in /our uow drive. Our costs are siill low, in spiie of the inflation. Write or 'phone for an estimate. 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