Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
Page 11
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24,1934. PAGE TH.REB Ivard Students^resent Pageant to Close School Year l^**** f*'"'^*^*'*'^^^'^' i i" i i i - , T~' ————————__—_ __—___________________________ ^9 largo crowd 'peace Among b y slUdCn 19 ° £ 1(l3t Thursday, with the fo lowed by «•» fc irtren Next 1st 6th States. At the do( these dances the chased the dancers of met Uncle Sam met J S they decided to Ek»i together to agree fijto nations' 'traders I their respective flags f and Joined their nation s • emu j p~nrn Sjafe Driving Hint By Iowa Motor Vehicle Drinking and Driving TF ^t/(J want to drive, don't drink; if you want to drink, don't drive. ]f votl'indulge too freely at a party, don't try to drive home. Let the completely sober member of your party, if any, do the driving. Or, better still, take a taxicdb. Remember that if you arc arrested for an accident or a traffic law violation, and there is evidence that you have been drinking, the penalty is likely to be inticli more severe than it otherwise would be. Drinking nml driving mnkc n dimerous (wmlmmtinn. TODAY AT TITOWA j Nelson woods, west of town, last wook Wednesday, ;nul oar: 1 )! member had a guest. The guests? were! I>c,la I'oturson, Dolores Rippcn- Irop, Margaret Callics, Dorothy Hlfpor, K(lilli;nao Budlong, Kath- urino Schrain, Louise Sachau, .loan Fraidii, Kcrno Kraut/,, Arthur Askin, arid Robert Tiolenous. Teachers Campbell attending were Irma and Lola Stephens. Junior Officers Nninod — A! T Officcrs " f U >° Junior Epworth 0 ™ Cl ° Clcd Sunday i Tilnnkii, May 22 —Thorn will be a |fommunit.y school picnic tills week I Thursday on UK- school lawn. | main slrop.t health parade jsbow achievements of tho PTA iwill bn Ind by Uie school l)and. The Homo Keonomics uirls will ripinrm- •. ISr-uM^^ .8l.li unifies, and thoro will bo a pic- n.o .l.nno,. men. Budlong; first vico, Carol Roasor; second vice, Harriot Snhram; third vico, Junior vice, Joan French; treas- , BURT LEGION POST PLANS PROGRAM ioups, continuing from ace exchanging goods. .representatives of peace, |d high school girls re- peace queen and wound ile correctly. All the iea lined up In front of I house, to watch while I States flag and the piher nations were raised, » the Star Spangled | Then the students all ; the crowd and back Ischoolhouse. i picnic dinner Ledyard i Grant team in a klt- , and the high school s lost to Swea City, i Pnplls Graduated. jncement exercises were I night and 14 students Inated: Anna Jones, Til- rorson, James Logan, Ken- mpson, Roland Smith Jr [ Adah Telkamp, Esther pice Loge, Lillian Sanders Goetz, Alvin Depping jlchadendorf, and Aleitha I following commencement I was given: processional, . Barrett; Invocation, the ', Depping; clarinet solo, presentation of the a Brack; acceptance of lla Goetz; song, Com, the girls' Glee club; i of scholarship, A. E. group of poems, Miss address, The Modern JR. E. O'Brien; presenta- class, Mr, Laur|tzen; ion of diplomas, George the senior class song, Tilmer Halvorson, ineth Thompson; benedlc- i Rev. Mr. Depping. 'lolarship was won by es with Tilmer Halvor' close second as there i than a point's difference I average for the four years. [Brotherhood Meets— ' i's Brotherhood met here Monday night. A 25c sup- I served to 125 men, and the [Root. Hoerner, pastor of "- Congregational church, \ speaker. The high school several numbers and [quartet sang, followed by •taging. The next meeting at Buffalo Center and the "- invited. 1 Bay Program Planned— wrd service men, the Legion of Buffalo Ceni me local community club a program for Me- Burt, May 22—The Legion post will have charge of the Decoration day services next week Wednesday. Ex-servlcc men will meet at the Legion hall at 9:30 a. m. andj march to the Presbyterian church, where services will be held at 10 Roy Olloms lived. Mr. Myers is employed by the ('. & N. W. \V. T. Trainer lefl Saturday with his son Estel, Willmar, Minn., to visit relatives at Louisville, Ky., and Gerald, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. BoeUchcr went In Spirit Lake Monday for a few days at the II. L. Sauorman cottage. W. D. Koarns returned Friday from RinKslcd, where ho spent lilst weok with his son 'I'ilonkians Hour Doctor Stcincr— Mr. and Mrs. Lee 0. Wolfe, Mrs. Frances iUulloiifj;, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clemans, drove to Lakota last w.-ek Wednesday evening to alti-ml commencement cx- jp-rcises at whic'h Dr. Edward H. Kleiner, of Grinnelf college, spoke DoroWiy Clemans, sister of Robert, was in (Ii« graduating class. Boih s!\i< and Robert attended the schools -here before the family moved to Lakota Robert, who has just been married to a Lakota girl works for Mr. Wolfe. members. Former Tonchcr is Hostess — Ethel Wollemeyer, Buffalo Center, former Titonka teacher, entertained a number of Titonka teachers at a May breakfast Saturday at 6:30. Local teachers attending were Lorelta Larson, Miss Mayberry, Delma Henderson, Lillian Crone, still burning, and is expected to burn for a week or two. Sunday guosts at Emma F. ITeif- ncr's were the S. V. Carters, Lincoln, the George Lamoreux family, Marshalltown, the Amos Krom- ingas, Sexton, the Vincent Ileif- riers, the Edward Zweifels, the Ole i Michaelsons, and the J. I. McCol- leys. Because many pupils had measles there have been many absences from school, and children who have the disease or have been exposed will not be permitted to attend the annual school picnic this week Thursday. Mrs. L. G. Gartner returned Friday from northern Minnesota, where she had been with her 'husband, the Rev. L. G. Gartner, chaplain in a C. C. C. camp. The seniors spent their annual "skip day" at Clear Lake and Mason City this week Monday. Their sponsor, Allene Jo'lmson, accompanied them. Marie Buffington, Garrison teacher, came home Friday. She will teach at Sheffield next year. Miss Sewick, Irma Campbell, Allene Johnson. Children's day will be observed at the Presbyterian church next! Sunday at the hour of preaching j service. Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Blossom ar- church, will' deliver the address, and music will be furnished by a male quartet. Following tho service the soldiers' graves will be decorated. Stows Tislt Newton Sons- Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Stow, daughter Florence, son Wlllard, Darlene Stott, and Cecil Godfredson went to Newton Saturday to spend a few days with the Stow sons, Perry and Donald, and the daughter, Mrs. Clifford Parish. The Stows also met for the first time their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Donald Stow, who came from San Antonio, Tex., to join her husband, who came back to Iowa several months ago. where they spent the winter with a Mnry Fairbanks to Mnrry— Mary Fairbanks, who has working in the Fort Dodge phone exchange for several been tele- years, came home last week Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Invitations are out for her wedding, which will take place Sunday afternoon at the Fairbanks home. She will marry Alvin Rasmussen, and they will live at Pomeroy. Aten to General Assembly— The Rev. S. H. Aten left Monday for Cleveland, Ohio, to attend a Presbyterian General Assembly as one of two commissioners from the Fort Dodge Presbytery. The Rev Thos. Scotten, Cedar Rapids, is the son. The F. A. Rlngsdorfs, Elmer Hansen, and Viola Kiddle were Sunday dinner guests at L. H. Schenck's. Mrs. A. H. Nafus, Nashua, came Friday to visit the E. 0. Chipmans. She lived here many years ago. L. D. Hodgson, who was critically sick with pneumonia last week, is somewhat improved. Tho Legion Auxiliary will hold a work meeting at Mrs. A. W. Radeke's this week Friday. Mrs. J. T. Heaney returned Sunday from several weeks visit with relatives at Prescott, Wis. H. L. Sauerman came from his cottage at Spirit Lake to spend the week-end with his family. Kathrine Schram, Titonka, has been helping her grandmother, Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. The J. G. McDonalds and the L, A. Boottchers picnicked at Lost Island Sunday. The Fortnightly club met last week Wednesday at Mrs. L. A Boettcher's. Clara Shaw visited at E. N. Volentine's, Fairmont, Sunday. -* Seniors to Give Play at Lu Verne Lu Verne, May 22—The Senio class play, to be given May 23 a the gymnasium, is a three-act fare entitled, Mrs. Temple's Telegram Hi(?li Check List Out— Tho high cream checks for April were issued to: Warner Smidt, $147.10; Bruno Sleeker, $122.20; Edward Zweifel, $115.96; Henry Gray & Sons, $114.14; Ubbe Winter, $113.36; Chris Brandt, $103.22; George Weigand, $99.32; John Kocstlcr, $06.98; Peter Ubben, $91; J. K. Kippeutrop, $87.90; Fred de Vries, .$85.02; Mrs. A. L. Schiltz, $82.42; and A. Schram, $81.64. uniors Hosts at Picnic— The juniors had a picnic in the other commissioner. He will be gone nearly two weeks. Clapsaddles to World's Fair- Rachel Clapsaddle leaves this week Wednesday with her grandfather, D. D. Clapsaddle, Algona, old home town. They will The cast follows: Jack Temple Richard Niver; Frank Fuller Wayne Lang; Captain Sharpe, Clem Snyder; Wigson, the butler, Ear Legler; John Brown, Harold Mil ler; Mrs. Jack Temple, Eileen Neal; Dorothy, Edna Hintz; Mrs ! Frank Fuller, Marvel Davidson visit i Mrs. Brown, Roberta Masterson . to be held In the 1 5.15 a. m. city per- relatives at Cedar Rapids, and may go on to the world's fair. Hurt Host to Buttermakers— Section 6 of the Iowa Buttermak- ers' association met with L. E. Roetman, Burt buttermaker, last Thursday afternoon and evening. Supper was served at the Roetman home. ing. This was a monthly meet- Mrs. Opal Morrison is director an all characters are seniors with th exception of the butler, which par was taken by Earl Legler. - » Candidate Speaks at F. B. Meetin and Stock Shipment Held Up— W. A. Schram drove to Albert Lea on a business mission Saturday night, stockyards Because of the Chicago fire he could not ship stock Saturday afternoon. His son and and Wilbur was trucking cattle feed till midnight Saturday also had to truck feed Sunday afternoon. Enjoy this special blend Wt DO OUR MRT "Fresh from the Gardens" Other Titonka News. At the R. L. Krantz farm Saturday an attempt was made to burn up a sawdust pile, and the blaze spread to home-sawed lumber. The chicken house was also endangered. The fire was put out with water. There are two sawdust piles, one a big one, and this one is Marie recently purchased a Chevrolet coach. Mr. and Mrs. James Winter, Mrs. Kenneth Keyes, her daughter, and Robert Trenary, Gilmore City, spent Sunday at Druggist W. J Denton's. Doris Krantz recently came down with the measles, and Harolc Krantz and Robert Budlong are among others who have the disease. Tlhe 'Ohester Lamoreux family drove to Lost Island Saturday evening and spent the night and all day Sunday fishing. Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor's daughter Magdaline, Magnolia teacher, came Friday for the summer. The M. S. Cravens spent the week-end with relatives at Estherville. KEEP COOL Wear a Washable Suit Washable suits for men—it's a great idea. Suits that are cool—comfortable and easy to keep fresh—• just send them to our laundry. Everywhere, men are adopting the washable suit idea not only because wash suits are cool and comfortable but for economy as well. You will enjoy slipping into a cool, fresh suit that has been laundered immaculately clean when you have a hot, busy day ahead of you. We have made a study of the best way to launder these suits so that you can take full advantage of the saving and comfort they offer. KIRSCH LAUNDRY PHONE 267 T speaker. Jta Janice Wlliams- P» City teachers h At the Bhower her marriage to iQ Mrs v [Werner 1 October, Barrett and Mrs. 18 women honor at Mrs. Mrs. Gray Homo Again— Geo. L. Gray, daughter Maybelle, and son Robert went to Rochester Sunday and brought home Mrs. Gray, who was operated on there some weeks ago for appendicitis and other troubles. Mrs. Winkle to Hospital- Mrs. Clair Winkle was taken to the Kossuth hospital last Thursday to be treated for a serious throat infection. Other Bart News. Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir, Charlotte Warrior and Anna Overgaard were Mason City visitors Saturday. Miss Overgaard will teach in the Hamilton business col- !'»University- i£5rr.±*_ sSttSfirw Fenton, May 15— The dent township, Palo Alto, Farni Bureau met Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkland. The program was: community singing led by Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod; in-i istrumental and vocal music >by Alice, Mabel, and Alvina Laahs; recitation, Virginia Berkland; song, Marjorie Voight, Faith Finnestad; recitation, Joan Giiffen; story, Mortgage Litter, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod; talk, Arthur <H. Hennmg- een, Graettinger, candidate lor lege this summer. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Kenning . . returned to their home at Keokuk last week Monday, after a few days with Mrs. Kennlng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. Mrs. Fred Lehmann, Whittemore, came Sunday to visit at the Julius Baas and P. W. Kollasch homes. She is Mrs. Baas's and Mrs. Kol lasch's mother. The Burt 4-H club met with Maxine Schenck Saturday, and the lesson consisted of a demonstration of the canning of rhubarb and asparagus. A Myers family, of Elmore. has moved Into the house in which the representive. •4- Adulterers Are Punished. At Clarion on Tuesday, May 8, Fred Reuter, Belmond, widower, father of 14 children, was convicted of adultery with the mother of nine children. The jury consisted of five women and seven men. The Clarion Monitor said Wright county has spent thousands of dollars on support of the woman and her family. She was sent to a state institution. Whittemore born last week Monday. Mrs. Wilcox will be remembered as Irene Zielske. Her sister Margaret is caring for her. Clifford Jenks left Saturday for Rochester, N. Y., to resume his work. Mrs. Laura Niester went as far as Yale with him to visit a sister. Wilma Payne and Alice Mayne accompanied Lars Scaar to Minneapolis to visit friends while he went on to Hibbing, Minn. The Win. Garrys spent Sunday at Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Walsh, who accompanied them, stayed to visit a son. Alfred and Richard Zielske and Lars Wilson went to Vincent Sunday to visit the Raymond Wilcoxes. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wiemer went to Redding Sunday to visit Mrs. Wiemer'e parents. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. G«orge Thompson Thurs- daughter <lay Bight. Mrs. Joseph Meurer and son Lucian visited Friday at Henry Lavrenz's and Glen Walker's A gona. Sunday dinner guests at Otto Jos- ser's Sr. were the Leo Essers Jr. Lu Verne; and the Ray Essers. Nick Meurer and son, Plover, visited Nick's mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer, last week Tuesday. Emma Gengler, who spent last month with two sisters m lexas, returned home last week. Mr and Mrs. Otto Hahn visited their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Albright, of Sexton, Friday. The Joseph Meurers Jr. visited Mr. Meurer's mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer, Sunday evening. Charlie Eiler, Chicago, visited few days last week with his mother, Mrs. Eiler. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Meyer, Webb, were Sunday visitors Herman Gade's. . ... Richard Hengel is seriously ill at the McCreery hospital with intestinal trouble. Will Eiler, of Lakeside, Mien., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Eiler, Sprute, of . Oswego Ore, is visiting relatives and fr The S Academy baseball team defeated Clare here Friday afternoon 10-8. of at Here's what you get in Goodyear's new "G-3"! * GREAT TIRE! You get the broader road contact of a flatter, wider All- Weather Tread. You get quicker-stopping and the greater road grip of more non-skid blocks in the center. You get the easy steering and smooth travel of wider riding- That's the tire to buy for your Decoration Day trip ribs. Yoa get the slow, even wear of closer-nested non-skid blocks and ribs. 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