The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 29,1934 ARMAND SCHUELER GETS POST AS NEW SWEA CITY SUPERINTENDENT Succeeds Supt. E. R. Parsons, Resigned; New Board Members Inducted Swea City: At the regular meeting of the school board on Monday night. two new directors officially took their places, Clarence Johnson and Karl Arnold. Otto Jensen was elected president of the school board replacing Em- U JMtBon. 6tmt. B. B. Parsons handed In his resignation, which came as surprise to all. He 'has been superintendent here for three years. He plans to practice law as he was admitted to the bar last year, coach Armand Schueler hired as superintendent for tha tables. Mrs. H. Bowman won first prize. Mrs. R. Stockman won second prize and Mrs. C. Rohlln, travel prize, Members of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary are Invited to a three county Joint meeting to be 'held at the club house In Forest City Monday, April 2, at 7:30 p. m. State Commander Leo Duster and other state officials will attend. A dance and refreshments will complete the program. «omlng year. Mr. Schueler Is a local young man and has served as coach and manual training instructor this past year. This selection meets with the general approval of the community. Boys Vet Practice Dr. Archie Whitlow, D. V. M. has purchased the Dr. R. Schrecengost veterinary practice at Armstrong, and will take up the work there April 1st. Dr. Schrecengost will leave for California and Dr. J. Sanftner will take charge «f the Swea City practice for Dr. whlt- l«r. The Whitlow family will remain here until after the school year closes. Miss Dorothy Christensen, a student at Coe College, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Christensen. The Eastern Star lodge will sponsor « benefit card party on Thursday night. The public Is invited. Catherine Bravender and Merlin D. Larson returned to the Iowa State College at Ames on Monday after spending a four day vacation with their parents. A Joint county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary of Kossuth county will be held at Titonka April It. Program is being arranged for. More details later. Mesdames O. D. Curtis, P. W. Larson, A. Peterson and Miss Edna Anderson were hostesses at a post nuptial shower at the N. Anderson home, honoring Mrs. H. Christensen. There were 49 in attendance. Sixty community singers are rehearsing for the Easter cantata, "The Resurrection and the Life" under the direction of A. B. Twee ten. This will be sung Sunday. April 1st, at the high school auditorium. Thirty-six members of the American Legio nand Auxiliary attended the annual birthday party on March 22. High more prize in bridge was won by Mrs. W. Boris, high score in pinochle by Ray Lord, high in rook by Mrs. August Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Oltsch have moved to Fairmont, Mtnn,, where Mr. Oltsch la employed at the Railway Motor Co. George Gale is employed as a blacksmith at the same place. Mr. dale'* family will remain here until the end of the school year. Mesdames A. Whitlow, L. A. Haglund and George K. Nelson entretalned at bridge on Friday night at the .Whitlow borne. Bridge was played at eight Algona Debaters Win Four, Lose Four at State Tourney Algona broke even in the finals of the state debating tournament held at Iowa City last Thursday, Friday and Saturday, winning four debates and losing the same number. The Algoia teams defeated Roosevelt High of Des Moines, Davenport, Oskaloosa and Bag. le Grove and were defeated by East High of Sioux City, Burlington, Ames and Cedar Falls. Davenport High School compiled the best record and so became state champions for 1934. While in Iowa City the members of tho Algona teams, Gertrude Nelson, Max Miller, Walter Beardsley and. John Christensen, were entertained by the university. GOOD HOPE NEWS Earl Stclnman was in bed several days the first of the week with an attack of the flu. Ben Reid is recovering at the Kossuth hospital from a major operation which he underwent last Saturday evening. Good Hope Ladles Aid will be in charge of the demonstration sale at the Nelson hardware store In Algona Saturday. The A. M. Gustafsotls were dinner guests at the James Knoll home Sunday and the W. I. Dodds at the Claude Seeley home. Easter will be celebrated at both the Whittemore and Good Hope M. E. churches with services of a special nature at the usual hour of worship. The Ladies Aid society met in its reg. ular meeting at the home of Mrs. Wm. Treptow last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Broesdcr was assistant hostess. Friends of Fred Plumb will be glad to learn his condition is so steadily Ledyard Students Competed in Britt Musical Festival Ledvard: On Fridav and Saturday the music student* of Ledyard hieh narti- clpated in the music festival at Britt. These students working under the direction of V. A. Barrett made a vcrv excellent showing. The numbers entered were as follows: In the Time of Roses, Cradle Song, girls' glee club: Hills of Home, tenor solo. Kenneth Thompson: Trees and Sylvia, baritone solo. James Logan: Brown Bird Sine- ing, soprano solo. Lois Wilson: Ballet Music No. 2, orchestra: Luftspiel Overture, band: On Venice waters, clarinet trio. Idah Telcamp, Henrietta O'Kecfe and Lillian Klinkslek; Victors Return, brass group, James Logan. Kenmth Thompson. Tilmer Haiverson and Albert Goetz: Pipes of Pan. trombone solo, James Locan; Honeysuckle Polka, trumpet solo, Tilmer Haiverson: Polish Dance, violin solo. Alice Hagg«: Air de Ballet from Alcester. string RTOUO. Alice Hagge. Esther Junkemeler. Ella Goetz and Lillian Sanders. BEND FOLKS PAY TRIBUTE AT GARTHWATTE RITES Deceased Came to Iowa in 1884; Once Ban West Bend Hotel West Bend: The community was saddened when the news spread around that Mrs. Ruth Garthwatte had oassed away. Ruth Miles was born In Kentucky, February 23. 1848. When two and a half years old her parents moved to Lancaster. Wisconsin. She was married to Bealamin Garthwaite on Sent. 23, 1866. In 1884. feeling the urge to go west, they came to Iowa and settled at West Bead. They lived here for ten years and ran the old Garthwaite Hotel. In 1896 they moved to Britt where they lived for 33 years. They celebrated their golden wedding while living there. Becoming too old to care for themselves, they went to the Old Sol- tilers' Home at Marshalltown, where they lived until Mr. Oarthwaite passed away in .1930 when Mrs. Garthwaite came to West Bend to live with her daughter, Mrs. W. E. White, where she oassed away peacefully Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Garthwaite united with the Ban- tist church when a young girl. When she lived in Britt she united with the Methodist church and remained a very faithful member until her death. She was a member of the D. A. R.. W. C. T. U.. and W. R. C. She was the mo- Newly Ordained Kossuth Young Men Assigned to Their Charges Rev. Edward Fandel Assignment of two Kossuth county young men who were recently ordained as Catholic priests, to their new pariah homes, was announced this week. Father Edward Fandel of Whittemore has been assigned to Remsen, and Father Robert Quinn of Bancroft has been assigned to Rockwell City. Each will be an assistant at his new location. It is very infrequent that one coun- Rer. Robert Qtninrt ty has two young men so ordained at the same time, and the tribute pai<i both of the men by the large attend- anc at their first masses was distinct evidence of tfhe high regard each, is held in hiss community. Each of the newly ordained priests were tendered banquets by their friends following the first masses that they conducted last. week. GOULD-STRAYER WEDDING HELD AT BURT LAST WEEK Rev. Aten Unites Well Known Couple; to lave Southwest of Hurt Wilmcnt. Minn., n few davs Mrs. Annn ScrvrteT. wlio is HI. Schrior is Mrs. Kollasch's mother. wfrs. J. B. Butler rrturnrd home from Phaw. Orop-_or>. Thursday pvcniner whcr^ she j.ix'nt tho Dflst ttirre months visit - inu her son. Ouv Butler and familv. John Dalton of Man.son. IOT.I. Tno.-d.iv viMtinir his fripnd. Cullon. Clooorm.s i«s hcrr from Milwnu- kor visit ine his nnrrntF. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1 S. cullrri. F1~Tniri2 nncl Mnriovi^ NoUon of Mason Citv visited Sundav with M; nnd Mr?. .1. M. Flrminsr. This was tho flrrt timo ••Jim" hnd soon his new SCHOOL NOTES popular fUid well known couple United last Thursday afternoon. March 22. when Capitola V. Gould, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Oould. prominent Union township couple, and Keith S. Straver. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. A. Strayer, of near Hurt, were married nt flve o'clock in tho Burt Presbyterian parsonage with Rev. At en officiating. Christina Oowld, sister of the brtde. and Donald Cook were attendants of the bride and groom. The bride was gowned in a baby pink dress trimmed with transparent light blue velvet and her sister wore a pale pink and blue dress. Shoulder corsages of light blue and pink sweet peas and rose buds were worn by each. Following the ceremony, a wedding jsupper was served at Fisher's cafe in AlRona for the newly married couple and attendants. The table was pret- lly decorated in pink and white. A wedding dance was held that same evening at the I. O. O. F. hall and was •well attended by the couple's many riends who presented them with a >eautlful gift. Mr. and Mrs. Strayer will be at home after March 27th on the John Long, jr.. eighty acre farm two miles and one- Jialf southwest of Burt. improving that it is expected that he ther of flve children, two sons. Jessie of will be able to leave the hospital some | Milwaukee. O. A. of Charles City. Mrs. time thta week It has been determln- 1 c - E - Brown of Dayton. Texas, Mrs. ume mis weeit. it iuw> ueeii ueieiumi- i t»n,i»_ <,«.* »« uTaui. u-™,,,-,,™ ed that his Illness is due to the aggravation of an Injury received a year or more ago in a runaway. The group of men present at the Brotherhood meeting at Good Hope last Wednesday evening were enthusiastic in their reception of the address of Dennis Ooeders of the State Fish and Game Commission and the informal discussion following. The topic was thQ Twenty-flve Year Conservation Plan. ribbons at this office. The senior and junior girls basketball teams were badly defeated by the academy girls a couple of weeks ago, but they hope to turn the tables some time soon when they play on the home floor. The least we can say about the game Is that the academy got a "passing" workout from it anyway. • • • The G. A. A. initiated a group of new members some time ago with the result that all the windows in the school house, the seats in the grandstand and the poles around the swimming pool have been duly counted. The girls were branded with Iodine. • * • A sizeable audience attended the band and orchestra concert last Friday night. This concert represented a great deal of work on the part of both Mr. Col- lins and the musicians which we aoro sure was appreciated by everyone. One of the highlights was a. composition which was played in the original form of the composer. This is ttoe first time It. has done this and the band is quite proud of its achievement. • • • Tell-Tale Tid-Bits BernlcR Banwart has a. new permanent. Ralph Undhorst never has any surplus gum. John Bishop has an eloquent vocabulary. Mr. McDowell likes basketball games. B-cb Spencer yells louder than anyone else at the pep meetings. Mr. Collins out to apply for a Job in Hollywood. Cora White and Mrs. Nellie Emerson of West Bend, twenty grandchildren and twenty-three great grandchildren. The funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon at two o'clock, conducted bv Rev. Arch Conde and burial was made in the West Bend cemetery beside her husband. The pall bearers were Raymond Wilson. Irvin Dewitt, Georne Jacobs. Perry DeGroote, B. E. Walker and P. O. Dorweil- BMP"^^^^^^^^^^^^^™^^"^^^^^^^^^""^^""™™™™^"^^^^^^^^^^^™ ' • ' '• Spring'Bargain Festival Yon Always Boy for Less at Coast to Coast Stores TIRES 30x3^0.8. Cord-.2.95 460-21 3.57 29x500-19 3.95 30x31/2 Bed Mould- ed Tubes 79c TIRES 2 Tires and 2 Tubes During This Sale 2 30x3Vo oversize tires, 2 SOxS 1 /! oversize tubes, all four" for only Lone Rock Boy Has Close Call in Mishap Lone Rock: Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeoer. escaped serious injuries Thursday, when he was struck by a car driven by Ed Ohan. Billv darted across the street in front of the car. Mr. Ohan could not stoo his car until the bumper had struck him. However, he escaped with olny minor bruises. LuVerne Wrestlers In Waterloo "Y" Meet LuVerne: DeRav IJohtv. Marvin, and Morris Farrell. Bob Smith, Lester Matoon .and Wayne Lang went to Waterloo Friday and entered a match at the Y. M. C. A. wrestlina Paints and Varnish Coast to Coast Stores Lead in Greater Savings Varnish, 4 hr. dry, gl 97c Flat Wall Paint, gal 1.49 House Paint, gal. __1.39 Keystone, 5 gal. lots 'ml Barn Paint Long wearing, recognized as the best Barn Paint, Red only, 5 gal. drums, per gal. 94c Floor and Deck Enamel, perqt. 49c Linoleum Laca 'er, qt 59c O" "^ PAINT Stunning Footwear to delight feminine wearers. In a variety of well fitting styles. 2,95«° 5.00 Interior Gloss All Popular Colors Regular sold at 3.25, our price, per gal. 1.79 Varnish, per qt 39c 4 hr. dry* Flat Wall Paint, qt. 49c Interior Qloss, qt. -69c Itf plate Battery —3.19 Spark Plug, high test for only 24c beat -88c LOOK! SAVE! 2 tires and 2 tubes 2 30x450-21 tires 2 30x450-21 Tubes Q 7C all four only —-°' >a House Bulbs, 50-60 __7c Johnson Wax, lb can 57c Motor Oil, gal. 39c Wash Tubs, large — 69c Save on Chick Feeders Chick Feeders for water and feed 10c Mason Jar Style 7c Coaster Wagons 98c Bike Tires 26 or 28 in. 98c Coast to Coast Store Joe Bloom, Manager Brownell Shoe Co. Algona, Iowa Harry Bishop and Don Trauger were visitors in Ames Tuesday. W. J. Becker won the set of dishes given away last Saturday by the C. S. Johnson store. Lowell Rancher 1s visiting this week with his grandmother In Plover, Iowa. Mrs. F. L. Thorpe visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner at Fort Dodge during the week end. Mr. and Mr*. Floyd Smith and "family of Elmore, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith Sunday. Vivian Dale Is the new assistant at. the Marigold Beauty Shoppe. She began work Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and daughter were the guests of Will Wetasel's home at Lotts Creek last Sunday. Cecil Benner, employed in the Bell Telephone Company at Moson City. WOE a guest over the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker spent Sunday at Wesley where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends were guests at the Mindert Smidt home In Titonka Sunday. Edmudn Norton, student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Evelyn Van Allen drove to Port Dodge Saturday with her uncle, Jim Allen, and will visit his wife and family for a few days. Rev. W. B. Schlie and Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger and family of Livermore visited at the George Hohenberger home last Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner and Emmett Beard attended the district music contest held at the high school at Mason City last Saturday. Hershei ElUworth and August Romr returned Tuesday of last week from Denver. Colorado, where they had been visiting relatives for two weeks. Irma Dee Roupe is the new clerk at the Wilson Bakery. She has been working part time until the first of the week when she began working full time. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter and family spent Sunday in Port Dodije. where they visited Mr. Kleinpeter's sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz and £.011, Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener and Mrs. Emilie Kahn were the guests of the Conrad Ristau home at Ventura, it Sunday. John Shilts is helping out at the Brownell Shoe store this week during tie lllmss of J. A. Brownell who has been confined to his home the past ten days with the flu. Angle Peterson of Des Moines was a guest of June Adelle Aman Saturday and Sunday. The tv/o girls were roommates, when June Adelle was a student at the Iowa School of Beauty Culture. Mrs. Neal Smith left Tuesday for Sioux City and will return with her daughter. Harriet, who is attending Morningside College. Harriet will spend her spring vacation with her parents. Mrs. G. D. Brundage returned 'Wednesday morning of last week from Goshen, Indiana, where she had visited the previous ten days and helped hei parents celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ethel Morrison and Miss M. Nellie D«vine of Humboldt will leave on Saturday night for Chicago to attend the Midwest Beauty Show. They expect to be gone until Thursday or Friday ot next week. Joe Bloom returned Monday from St. Paul where he had gone to attend the wedding of his sister, Florence to Sain Garun of Mason City. The ceremony was performed Sunday evening at the Al Bloom home. Mrs. Joe Bloom and son will remain in St. Paul for ft lon«ei- visit. WHITTEMORE NEWS Alfred Senior). Tom Koliv. Art. Herman and Raloh Fandel wrro in Fort Oodcc Wednesdnv evening to hear Father Fnndel deliver his first sermon nt the Sacred Heart Parish. Walter Xaake returned from the Lutheran hospital where he was operated on for a mastoid. He expects to no to Des Moines to visit his brother and sis- tors before he stflrts work. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach enter- alned Mr. and Mrs. Augrust Zumach of Fcnton, Wm. Mevcr of Lotts Creek. Mr. nnd Mrs. Aumist Mielke. and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch. Sr., Sundav at dinner. Henrv Bchnkc received word from his brother. F-red at Excelsior Sorine. Colorado. that their father. Albert. Is in the liosoital receiving treatment for kidney trouble. Mrs. Behnke. ia also taklne treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon, daughter. Marie, and Nick Setnon went to Rochester. Minn.. Saturday to socnrt Sundav with Mrs. Nick Semon who underwent a serious operation at. St. Mary's Hostrital last week. They re- oort she ia doine as well as could be expected. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church R class of ten children were confirmed bv Rev. W. H. Dlschcr. They were Vera Dau. Helen Hahn. Erwin Vaudt, Ernest Mfjyer, Harold Wehrspan. Norbert Zuznach, Merlyn Wejrener. Edwin Schumacher, Harold Braatz and Paul Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Votrel. Mr. and Mrs. John Vo«el returned home to Lcnore. Illinois, Tuesday after attcnd- intr the funeral of VTm. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch were at How the Left SMe of Your Face Betrays Von! This Intonating Article On Yotxr Facial Appeaifeace WUI be Pound In The American Weekly, the Macailne Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. C«eC«^ George Hohenberger, Sr., celebrated his 81st birthday last week Tuesday. Some of his friends came and extended their congratulations and spent the evening visiting: the honore«. Refreshments were served by his wife. Mrs. Hohenberger. Mr. Hohenberger. a highly respected citizen of this community, still enjoys good health. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe and children of Cedar Rapids •were guests from Saturday until Monday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Arnold Is employed by tne Peterson Bakery iri Cedar Rapids. Mrs. C. K. Roupe ".returned to Cedar Rapids with them fror a week's visit. Other week end. viiltors at the Roupe home were their tfro daughters. Mabel of Minneapolis and Jessie or Majon City. ; at AKRE'S Tho BEST Groceries are "K'u-holieu" uml "Baby Stuart" but not the lowest priced. "We have the others for loss money. The price on footl stuffs not much higher is than usual, many them are lower. Baker's Cocoa, 1 Mi pound •* of Baker's Premium Choc. V- lb. Ilersliey's Cocoa, Mi pound llershey's Cocoa, 1 pound "Baby Stuart" Cocoa, 2 pounds Richelieu Jelly I* the best, all flavors Come! Learn! Enjoy! Power Farming Meeting! FRIDAY, MARCH 3O, 2 P. M. Free Moving Pictures Musical Entertainment See the Full Line of New Case Farm Machinery Practical! Instructive 1 Entertaining 1 Algona Motor Sales / Come! Bring Your Friends Opal Cake Flour '•Riehelieu" and "Baby Stuart" .Jellies, .Jain^s and all pure fruit preserves are line. llalli lean's Japan tea, 1 pound uiieolored 35c 1.00 "Pure Quill" <\ the best seller in 3 pound jars for _ A Happy Easter is the Greeting' to all of you. Akre's Grocery l^ree Delivei'y Service 3 and 4 times daily. 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