The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17, 1934 Ex Gov. Turner May Speak at Burt?s^ Community^^ay,May 24 Business Men, Public School and Creamery Co., to Have Charge of Program 'Games, Races and All Kinds of Sports Make up Fine Program Burt: A big Community Day eelebra- •tton is being planned for May 23rd, the last day of the school year. The purpose of the celebration is to provide at day of clean fun, entertainment and sports for everyone in the whole Burt community. The Community Day will be sponsored jointly by the Burt Creamery Co. the business men of Burt and the Burt schools. All of the events and entertainment will be held at the schoo house and on the school grounds. The morning from 9 to 12 will be filled with a variety of games, races and contests for persons of all age groups. The Program 9 to 10 o'clock—(Baseball game. "I ;and Leans"—any one with a belly-bane measure of 38 Inches or more shall b •classed as "Fat". BUI Boettcher, cap tain of the leans and Oeo. Hawcott captain of the "Pats." 10 o'clock—Horseshoe Pitching Con test. A qualifying round of, 12 shoes .shall be used to reduce the number of -contestants to 8 and these 8 persons .shall flght it out for the championship. 10:10—Barrel race, "Ride 'Em Cowboy Style." 10:10—Wheel barrow race for boys, young and old. 10:20—Egg race for women, any age. 10:20—Potato race for girls, any age. 10:30—100 yard dash—free for all. 10:40—Three-legged race—free for all 10:40—Rope skipping contest for the girls. 10:50—Sack race for men. 10:50—Shuttle race for girls (ten girls >n each team). 11:00—100 yard dash for boys—any ge represented in school. 11:10—Ball throwing contest for girls and, women. 11:10—Relay race for younger boys. 11:20—Shot putting contest. 10:20—Centipede race for young people. 11-30—Nail driving contest for ladles. 11:35—Pillow flght on a pole—boys. 11:40—Tug o' War—Burt Twp. vs. Portland Twp. Ten men on each side. 3aptains, Geo. Hawcott and Clydfl Bristow. 12:00—Big cafeteria dinner at noon— ach family will be asked to bring a covered dish and sandwiches, together with plates, cups, and silverware. The covered dishes and sandwiches and all articles of food brought will be assembled on long tables and everyone in the crowd will pass by the tables and get a cafeteria style dinner. Coffee will be provided by the business men and the cream will be furnished by the Burt Crnam-rry Co. Iiemonade will be provided by the business men for those not caring for coffee. Ice cream will not be donated—those desiring it may buy cones from the stand which will b- maintained on the grounds. Each family will pick up its own dishes and wash same. The entertainment at noon will consist of music by the high school musicians and a short speech by one of the candidates for the governorship of Iowa, probably ex-Governor Turner. Mysterious Burglar Alarms at Feed Store Marshal Prank Green was called to the Leffert & Dutton feed store Saturday night about 1:15 when neighbors heard the burglar alarm. After investigating no trace was found where anyone had entered the building and nothing was found misslngj About fifteen minutes after the marshal had left the alarm again sounded but as before no one was found. It is thought probable that a short circuit may have caused the alarm but as it has not rung since, it remaias a mystery. TITONKA NEWS Sports in Afternoon Have You Tried Hormel's Wieners? For Sale in County at Kossnth Anderson Broa, Akre Croc, Bonackrr Bros., THonka B. R. Zmtutcb, Whlttemore M. BMonaa, Bart A. A. Droaaler, Bancroft 19-22 1:30—Junior high school baseball game Burt vs. Bancroft. 3:00—Baseball game, Burt high vs. St. John's parochial of Bancroft. F. L. Pratt, local pharmacist, is the general manager and master of ceremonies and Ed Thaves is chairman of the entertainment. There will be no admission of any kind for any part of the day's entertainment. Everyone in the Burt community is invited to attend and to Join in th« celebration wether they have children in school or not. Junior-Senior Banquet Wed. The members of the junior class will entertain the seniors at a ban- qcet which will be served at the school house Wednesday evening. The school faculty and Mrs. Maude Hanna, president of the school board, will also be guests. The banquet will be carried out In a Rainbow theme. Following the dinner there will be a program by the Juniors. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball were in Mason City Friday. John W. Swanson was in Corwith Tuesday on business. Howard French was in Mason Ctt on business Wedrresday. Wm. Ricklefs was in Whlttemore on political business Friday. Henry Harms Is driving a new Ply mouth car purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher were in Port Dodge Tuesday on business. Mrs. Harold Johnson and Mrs. Free Wentz were Algona callers Tuesday. Charles Lamoreux of Marshalltown spent the week end visiting relative, here. Telko Sietsema of Waterloo was 1 town Tuesday looking after business matters. The local boy scouts and their scoi master, Rev. Faul, went on a flve ml] hike Friday. Mrs. Howard French and Cidne Laird of Algona were Mason City shop pers Tuesday. Lawrence Hughbanks of West Unio visited Sunday at the home of Mr Hazel Nauman. Will Petersen of Storm Lake spen Thursday night with his brother, Er Petersen and family. W. R. Prewitt and Mrs. L. D. Prewitt of Forest City were in Titonka on business Tuesday evening. Ranny Blelch, student at the Iowa WESLEY NEWS Supt and Mrs. K. R. Rowley drove to pencer Saturday where ithey attended o business. In the course of the day hey also vlMted briefly at the Henry lies home at Oillett Grow. Mrs. Jacob Johnson is leaving Thttrs- ay night via Algona and Fort Dodge or a six weeks' visit in Denver. Colorado, with her daughter Mrs. Ethel Putney, and two sons, Norman and Geo. Miss Martha Haynes left Friday for owa Palls where she is visiting with friends. Miss Irene Hfeynes. junicfr nurse at the Mercy hospital at Mason City, spent Sunday here with her folks. Members of the Study club met on Thursday afternoon at the Vincent Daughn home where all enjoyed the afternoon hours at a party. A covrreci dish lunch climaxed the afternoon's pleasant entertainment. The Arthur Clnk home was made hnppy last week Monday by the arriva' of a son, their first child. Mr. «"•& Mrs. Clayton Angle are the parents of a girl, Kathryn Mario, born to them rr Wednesday of last week. Mlfs Josephine McConnell of M?- diapolis. who taught the pa.-* year a Sperry. and Miss Voss. a teacher a LuVerne. spent Sunday here visiting Miss McConnell's aunt. Miss Margaret McConnell, grade teacher here. The Wesley Independent baseball team played Titonka at Titonka on Sunday afternoon and won Ithelr game by a score of 4 to 1. A number of •enthusiastic baseball fans accompanied the team and praised them highly in their playing. Grandpa August Diekman was reported to be quite sick the middle of last, week suffering with asthma heart. However his condition is much Improved at prsent and is able to be up and abotft like usual. He Is making his home here wtlh his son, Fred and family. Dr. R. G. Bird and wife and son, nd Mrs. Matilda Segmr of Clarion were entertained Sunday at the horn f their sister and daughter, Mrs. J. L. Gratttidge. Mrs. Segner returned .wo weeks ago from California where of New York City are spending two veeks here as guests at. the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Emil Wester. Mr. Weser represents the Karl Ahlers Produce company of New York city, and trips are made daily to destinations within his territory in the interest of pur- :hasing butter and eggs for the con- Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester and Alan, and Karl and Harold Ardors, their louse guests of New York City, were entertained Monday night M. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wester at Ma>»n City. They also called on the Russell Weaver family while there making the acquaintance of Miss Shirley Kathryn. three we^ks old daughter of the Weavers, who formerly lived at Al- gonn. Mr. Wester was (he honored guest at a birthday coffoo party at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Dnvlrl Johnson nenr Corwith Tuesday night, when tin* Johnson onte^alned somo friends the occasion being in celebration of Emil's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Benskln and Vearl of Laurel. Iowa, Mrs. Ralph Faircloth and twin daughters of Fort Dodge visited from Saturday until Monday nt the home of their parents. Mr. ».nd Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson. Mrs. Benskin, their daughter, remained for n. longer stay. Mrs. Leota Hoyt, sister of Mrs. Hutchinson, who has been here eight weeks, returned ito her home at New Sharon Monday, returning with the Bensklns. Frank Hutchinson nnd wife of Wilkl<\ and her father and brother spent Sunday with home folks. Frank remaining nnd the others returning home Sunday evening. Elmer, who hnd been here from Tuesday on through tlie work, returned home Saturday to Wilkle. Mr. Htltchinson's condition Is no better nnd requires excellent care nt nil times. Mr. and Mrs. Fjnil Wester ontertain- d ithe David Johnson family of Corwith .the Ahlers boys. Miss Ix-lift Weser of Ames, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wester of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sorenson and family of Corwith at a farewell dinner party honor- ng Mrs. Johnson who Sunday is lenv- ng for a three months' trip to her land. Denmark. Her mother who has been in the hospital there since January, is much improved nnd t.hetr mertt.inflr Is gr-atly anticipated by both pftrtips. Mrs. Johnson plans to kave Sunday nigh* for New York City spending a week there before leaving on a Danish boat on Saturday. May 26th. Others known to Mrs. Johnson who will sail at the same itime is Mrs. John Madsen of Rtngsted and Mrs. Ernest Rath of New York City. It will bo remembered th»* Ernert Rath Orked for Ben F. Felt at his store about 19 years ago. VVVY\rW^ Notice of Probate of Will STATK OF IOWA. KOSSUTH roUNTV. RS. No. 3MH In District C'mirl. April Term. 1M4. To All \SMiotn Tt May Concern: Ton lire Herehy Nollfleil. Thnl an liiHtru- ment of wrlthiK purporting to bo tho last Will and Testinnent of Casper .1 Smith, (leeeased. ilntecl Sept. 3. 1932 having lieen tl Is day Hied, opened nnd rend, the 1211' dny of June, 19114, Is fixed for hearlntt proof of snme nt th< irt House In Al«onn. Iowa, hefo'e the lllstrlct Court of nal<l rounty or tin- Clerk of snld Court; nnd at nlm o'clock A. M. of the day ftbove men tinned nil persons Interested arc hero •jy notified anJ loguirod to ippear. an< kfiow „,.„„ ™-— It «tiT »ti«V h»»«. why r»i« Ini'triiniRttt shoi'.M not he pronatpci in<l allowed na and for tho flint Will anil State College at Aaes was a week end visitor at the home of Beryl Bopeess. Mrs. W. J. Denton attended the 8th [strict American Legion and Auxiliary meeting held at Port Dodge Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe attended the wedding of Miss Lorraine Smith of Lakota and Bob Clemaas Thursday Mrs. John Wood, Sr.. and son, John Jr., returned home Monday from a week's visit at St. Paul with relatives Mrs. Guido Sartor drove to Mag noalla Thursday to visit her sister-in law. Magdalene Sartor who is a tench cr there. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moore moved their household goods by truck Saturday to Illinois where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper and Myrna Rae spent the week end with she had spent the winter months with elatives. Karl Ahlers, Jr., and Harold Alilers FOR SHERIFF I am a candidate on the Republican ticket for Sheriff of Kossuth County, suoject to the will of the voters at the June primaries. Your vote will be appreciated. W. H. Eicklefs Titonka, Iowa 10-22* It's A Pleasure To Raise Cotton's Chicks Folks that l>uy Cotton's Chicks romark about tho case of raising thotn. We; cull our flocks very close and see that they are disease free. You can rest assured that you are getting chicks from some of Kossnth's Best Paying Flocks. JUNE 15TH OUR LAST HATCH We arc complying with tho HATCHERY CODE and ARE TAKING OFF OUR LAST HATCH. JUNE 15th. This will mean much money to the poultry raisers of Iowa. It's tlie late chicks that hurt your poultry market In the fall. Afk your produce man he will tell you prices will be bettor. Plan on a second hacth of chicks and try some of COTTON'S BETTER WHITE LEUHOUNS. WE (UJARANTEE TO PLEASE AND WILL SELL YOU CHICKS THAT WILL REALLY MAKE MONEY FOR YOU. POULTRY CULLING SERVICE Since 1926 I have culled many flocks In Kossuth county and have many satisfied customers that have the job done every year. W« guarantee to take out the loafers and all diseased birds. Our price is reasonable and we offer a special prio? for neighborhood cullinjr. See your neighbor and tret it all done at the same time. We also do worming and dipping. Write us at once and reserve a date. The Cotton Chick Hatchery Code Compliance No. 110 Lono Rock, Iowa Ti>H(uinfiit of *'%!<! rt«cettPO<l. 1'iite-il at Utiin.i, town. May 14ili, K. .T. MH KVOV. Cli'rk of District Court. IlutdilHon & Hutrlilson, attorneys. ' Chalk Up Another Score for Standard's Engineers uel More Live Power per gallon means that your car will get off to a faster start, take tough hills more easily and hold high speed hour after hour without hard labor for your engine. How more Live Power is made available and usable in Standard Red Crown Superfuel is a more involved story. It IB accomplished in the refining. Heavier, slower parts of an already excellent gasoline are converted into faster, keener fractions. . . But you are most interested in the result. And the result, as evidenced in your car, will be better performance — markedly better. May we suggest that you drive in where you see the familiar Red Crown? Make your usual outlay for a supply of gasoline—for Superfuel sells at the price of '"regular". We believe this small investment will lead to a big return in your motoring enjoyment this summer. STANDARD RED CROWN fit JPERFTJEL — more lit* powerp«r gallaa *** *"^ * *"^ r««. iftiA o>.Bam»j on c*. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Ness of Forest City. May 10th at Lakota. Bob Is employed at the Topic office. The bride and groom have rented rooms of C. V. Pendergast for their future home. Mrs. Mary Budlonf? was hostess for the Titonka Woman's club guest day held Thursday afternoon. There were 53 present, every member having invited a guest. Mrs. L. C. Heifner clrovo to Ogden to meet Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cnrolus and baby and Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Hughes who returned with him for nil extended visit Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck drove to Minneapolis to spend Mother's Day with his mother. Miss Delma Henderson and Miss Allene Johnson accompanied them. Friday afternoon the local high school baseball team and the Wesley nine crossed bate and a very nice game was witnessed by all those who attended. The final score was Titonka 11 and Wesley 6. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker and Beth drove to Waterloo to spend Mothers' Day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. Mia* irma Campbell accompanied them as far as Hampton. Friday night the local fire department was called out to the Ben Beenken farm to put out a fire that destroyed a brooder house containing 600 little chicks. The flre was kept from spreading to the other buildings and saved any further loss. Johnny Bleich drove to Magnolia Friday to get Miss Magdiilen? Sartor who returned with him. Miss Magdalene's school term has ended arid she will be home for the summer and Cupid has it rumored her teaching du- ks are about to be over for all time Wm. Ricklefs handed in his resignation as marshal of Titonka at the regular session of tlie town council Monday evening. Mr. Ricklefs will be too Dusy looking after his candidacy for sheriff of Kossuth county the next few months to nil his olfioe as marshal adequately. Mr. Ricklefs has made Titonka a perfect officer and his execution of that office is a fore runner of what the people of Kossuth could expect if elected. 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