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The Algona Upper DIBS Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7, 1934 MEMORIAL DAY AT WEST BEND Large Crowd Attend Exercises in Spite of Sweltering Weather West Bend: Memorial Day was observed in West Bend by- a program at the Legion Hall at 2 o'clock. Dr. P. O. Dorweiler presided and the invocation was given by Rev. F. W. Whitford. A vocal solo was given by Mrs. Irma Buttemore. song by the Rodman high school sextette, reading by Ruth Blair, address by Rev. John R. Hoemsr of Algona. West Bend ladies' sextetb?, violin solo by Mrs. Carl Vohs, trio, "Lest We Forget," Florence Fotey, Irene Mikes and Riokle Sander. After the nrogram the soldiers marched and the flower girls rode to the cemetery where the exercises were iheld in memory of the soldiers and sailors who died in the- wars. A large crowd was present in spite of the intense neat. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons and their children of Rolfe spent Wednesday here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alborn of Mason City spent Wednesday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs and their daughter Mildred spent Wednesday at interlaken Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Boyd and Mrs. Lydia Bookman of Pocahontas spent Wednesday here. Peter Zeimet Is suffering from blist- ered hands, he received white mixing dust with seed corn. Fred Comer returned Tuesday from Plover where he visited his brother. Tom for a few days. GeorRe Ivey and his daughters, Eunice and Elaine of Rolfe spent Wednesday here with relatives. Miss Mildred Dubbs was a visitor in EmmetsburK Monday, where she attended fch« Junior college pJcnic. Mr and. Mrs. Cliff Wennlnc- and children of Mallard spent Wednesday here with the Morey families. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs left Saturday nipht for Chicago to attend the worlds fair an<J visit Mr. Vohs' sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. RUey and their rSauR-riter. Ida, attended the Memorial day exercises- at LuVerne Wednesday. Mr. anl Mrs. J. O. Scurr returned horrve Friday evening from Oilman. la., where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs. Raymond Wilson and daughter, Ruth returned Tuesday from Lester, Iowa, where srue has been visiting relatives for a week. Mrs. H. 8. Cuplin of Mlnot, North Dakota, who has been visiting the Perry Cuplin home, went to Iowa Falls. Tuesday for a visit. Mrs. Oolda Wooley and son, Roger suent Wednesday here vistintt her mother. Mrs. H. A. Sloan. Roper remained for a longer visit. L. J. Kohler was overcome with the heat Tuesday while at work at the Davenport Elevator company's buildirK and was very ill for a time. Henry Schmidt returned home on Tuesdav from Iowa City, where he has been -with his brother-in-law, Fred Moser. who is in a hospital at that place. Paul Bonnstetter drove to Algona on Tuesday to see his brother, Martin, who Is ill. Mrs. Bonnstetter went as far %CS88&8XOX80^^ Farmers Attention In order to make up tonnage in a car of flour we have coming, we had to buy an extra amount of BRAN This car will be in the last, of this week. If you need bran or other mill feeds to siipplement your dry pastures get in touch with us. We can save you money. We also have a complete line of Poultry Feeds. ANDERSON Grain & Coal Company At the. M. & St. L. Elevator. i»c«8mkm(»:tto»»:«cett^^ Basket Grocery Monarch Finer Foods Maxwell House Coffee, II). Saiika Coffee, 11). ___ GRAPE NUTS pkg. IGc POST TOASTIES pkfr. l»c CAI.UMET BAKING POWDER Ib. 23c Blue Barrel Soap 6 bars 25c Gingerale, White Soda and lame Rickey Ig. bt. lOc Brooms, worth the money 30c Mushrooms, pieces and stems Ige. can 29c Whole Wheat Flakes 3 pkgs. 25c P. & G. Soap, 6 giant or 8 reg^ular bars 25c Stock Salt, blocks 39c, 1OO Ib bag 55c Tea Sif tings 1 Ib. 14c Monarch Cake Flour Ige. pkg. 23c Pork and Beans, Van Camps' 5 cans 27c Occident Flour, 1 QQ 49 Ib. sacks 1 '« 7 * 7 Uriista and Peter 1 Aft Pan Flour, 49 Ibs. 1 *™ QUALITY MEATS For Friday P. M. and Saturday Boiling Beef, 5c Ib. Swift's Sliced Bacon 17'/,e Ib. Picnics, Heckless, Swift's Circle S quality 13i/,c Ib. RITZ HOTEL Newest Tlreproof Hotel Coffee Shop «*d D.* c « MB *AMOW« SPANISH VILLAGE .CONVENIfNt TO EVERYTHING SWEA CITY GIRL DIES AT EHMETSBURG Lois James Given Credit for Dramatic Talent. Loved By Everybody Swea City: Funeral services for Lois James of Errunetsburg-, age 18 years, were held at Laurens on Sunday, June 3. Lois was a member of the high school class of th* Swea City school In 1932 and then moved with the family to Emmetsburg. Her untimely death was a shock to her hosts of friends here. Her dramatic ability as a reader was unusual, having won county and district Ihonors. Hter charming personality won hosts of friends. She Is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean James and sisters, Doris and Joy and one brother. She was a member of the Harrison 4-H club while here. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson and their daughter, Jane, attended the funeral services. Five hundred poppies were sold By the American Legion Auxllary Saturday. Mrs. Edwin Hovey was hostess at a post nuptial shower for Mrs. Paul Udy at the Horey home on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Emil Larson in company with a group of farm bureau leaders were at Ames Saturday to Interview a H. D. A. leader for the county organization. Miss June Larson was honor guest at a surprise birthday party at the Larson country home on Friday night, when 35 friends helped her celebrate her birthday. A post nuptial shower for Mrs. Virgil Blomster was given at the O. W. Blomster home on Friday by the Mesdames O. W. Blomster, Verne Lunn and W. O. Blomster. Miss Virginia Fults was a graduate from the Stephens College at Columbia. Missouri, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fults attending the commencement exercises. The Swea City Co-operative creamery company added 65 new patrons in the month of May. Two routes were established. Truck drivers are Harry Montgomery and Fred Looft. Butter- maker Lynn Knutson Is to be congratulated on his business ability. Harrison precinct made a decided gain In democratic votes. In former years 12 democrat ballots were enough for the primaries but in 1934, 82 democratic ballots were used. One hundred democratic ballots were rushed here from Algona at 2 p. m. on election day to take care of the change of party affiliation. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birown arrived lost Wednesday from Omaha and visited until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bcrcns. Mary Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brown is staying for a longer visit with her grandparents. In honor of the graduation of Kenneth Devine a family reunion was held at the J. A. Dsvlne residence Sunday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Art Murray and children, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McDonnell and children o! Ledyard. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, daughters, Audrey and Juanita of Britt. Graduating exercises were held Sunday in St. John's church at 3 o'clock. There were twentj graduates, wearing the caps and ROWT.S. The procession, single file, graduates, flower girls and boys, followed by the priests marched over from the school. Miss Dorothy Hurre was awarded a gold medal for having the highest average of the girls and Urban Kramer won a medal for the boys. Five priests took part in the ervices, R/sv. Frank Scholtes, Rev. Joeph Scholtes, Rev. Sturm performed he solemn benediction. Father Qulnn, a former graduate of St. John's, deliv- ped the sermon to the graduates and Father Orady assisted in the services, ["he commencement program was as 'ollows: processional march by Kern; 'There Is No Heart Like Thine," Herman; address by Rev. Robert Qulnn; Jonferring of Honors and Diplomas, Rev. Joseph Schultes; O Salutoris, L. Nemmers; Tantum Ergo, J. B. Leng; Laudate Dwninum, Gregorian; Holy God, We Praise Thy Name, traditional melody; recessional, by Kern. THE FOUR LAVERNES Hatten's Chick House in Bad Blaze Bancroft: The chickfen house of Frank: Hatten caught fire Sunday around 4:30. Mr. Hatten had lighted a kerosene stove to warm the little chicks and went away and left it. On returning a good sized fire had started but the fire alarm brought prompt assistance and the place was saved. However, a good number of the chicks were burned The Four La Vernes make up a very popular family act. The two children are conceded to be among the most talented juvenile actors. They will appsar at the July 4th celebration in Algona. ST. JOE CARDINALS WIN VICTORY OVER ST. BENEDICT IN HOT CONTEST Peter Becker Made a Star Play in Catching a Hot Liner Parochial School Gives a Fine Program with Good List of Graduates St. Joe: Going into the eighth Inning and trailing by two runs, the St. Joe Cardinals opened fire and pushed seven runs across the plate to beat St. Benedict by a score of 12 to 7. St. Benedict jumped into a 6 to 2 lead in the first two innings but it was kept well under control, except in the eighth inniner when they loaded the bases with none out. A. Kreln was then rushed into the t»ox and left all three runners stranded. Peter Becker made a beautiful catch of a line drive which helped cut the rally short. St. Benedict made a desperate attempt to stop the Cardinals' rally by sending Licht/er, ace right hander of Bancroft to the box, but he fared no better. The battery for St. Joe was Wagner and Klein, pitching with E. Thul, catching, and Dawson and Llch- ter, Ditching and Erickson catching for St. Benedict. TJmpries were John B. Reding and Fred Erickson. Next Sunday the fast Bode team will cross bats with the St. Joe Cardinals on the local diamond. St. Joe Graduates A fine program was gven Monday at th? close of the parochial school. Rev. Geo. Theobald gave out the honors. Bertha Thul and Emelie Erpelding furnished the music. Rev. Jungblut of Danbury. a former St. Jos pastor, stave a short tak. Those receiving eighth grade diplomas were: Richard Thul, Bernard Lenertz, Raymond Zeimet, Carence Bormann. John Devine, Thomas Wagner. Irwin Weydert, Andrew Gisch, Mildred Lentsch, Laurena Bormann. Marlorle Redding, Bernadln* Hilbert, Celestin-? and Rita Marso and Alveria G«lshecker. Those graduating from the ninth frnde wore: Adeline Kramer, Gertrude Zeimet. Alvin and Clarence Erpelding, John Wiltwn. Arthur Plathe and Alfred Bormann. Paul Ga!<-s of Waterloo is visiting with relatives here. John Merk of Clarion was a visitor at the John Thul home Tuesday. A number from here were laid up the past week with the summer flu. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hammer spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives in Bancroft. Nicholas J. Bteckcr from Sioux Citv came Sunday evening and will spend the summer here. Genevieve Gisch returned home last Sunday after spending the school year jat Danbury, Iowa. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Devine and family from Hutchins spent Sunday at the Tom Devine home. I Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker and family I from near Burt spent Sunday at the 'George Becker home. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWS ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk, ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McManon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON * LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW OHlce over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. 8TILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office Ui Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA. IOWA £. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Kruuse Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 128 HIUAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW OHice over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW OHltc over Iowa Stale Bank Bldg. OCice PiioiJK 4GO-J Kea 315 ALGONA, IOWA < ARltGL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Ptioue 65 PHYSICIANS * SCRCEOWS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over Rexa.ll drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone S2« ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Burgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 Rev. Father GeoiRe Theobald teft Wedneseday for northern Minnesota, to pend a week or so fishing. Jess Franklin from Uvermore has >een doing carpenter work at the Peter Kayser farm the past week. Zlta Thill returned to her home on Sunday evening near Whittemore after several weeks with relatives here. Stella Bormann, R. N. returned home Sunday after a week or so at the Nick Bormann home, caring for Jimmie. Blanche and Maynard Lentech and a friend from Clare were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Kramer home. Mrs. Phil Roethkr from near Algona and Mrs. B. A. Erdman were visitors at the John Fuhrmann home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garman from Pilot Grove and Mrs. Benny Kurth and daughter, Joyce, spent last Wednesday at the Wm. Reding home. Bill Schapper and four assistant of Jharles City were at the John Berte lome last week bul.'ding their silo 14 feet higher, is new M.ands 50 feet high. The Rev. Father Luke Becker, O. S. ., from Conception, Missouri, came ast week Wednesday and has charge of the parish during Father Theobald's absence. John Thul accompanied Harry Zigrang, George Davis, Charles Brown, and Roy Blumer of I.lvremore to Laurens Tuesday morning to attend a demonstration of Farm-All tractors given by the International Harvester Co. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges accompanied by Florence Hilbert and Emma and Thomas Becker drove to Sioux City Sunday morning to attend the graduation exercises at Trinity College of Nicholas Becker. They also visited with Father Frank Illg at Granvllle, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bormann. Lawrence Bormann, Henry Kohlhaas, Eugene Thul and Lawrence and Ray Becker were among those from here who went to Lost Island Thursday to spend the day Ashing. Kr. and Mrs. LeRoy CwtwlnWe and aoo, Bobbie arrived here from D* Moines to attend the graduation exercises and returned home Sunday. Maurine Bettering returned home with them. Mrs. W. W. OTDell died Friday, June 1, 1934. She had been unable to speak since a stroke two weeks ago. Mrs. Wade ODell was born In Polo, HI., September 5, 1853 and died June 1 ab the age of 80 years. Relatives ana friends were constantly at her bedside Antoinette Hart arrived last week from Sioux City for the summer vacation. Dr. R. E. Weber drove to Omaha on Friday and visited friends over the week end. Helen Bryden arrived home Friday for the summer. She teaches In the school at Buffalo center. Josephine Corinne and Olara Nemmers left last Wednesday for a month's vacation at Colorado Springs. Francis Lonergan arrived home on Friday evening from Des Moines where he has been attending the school of pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker of Buffalo Osnter and daughter, Leona, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker Sunday. Father Scholtes left Sunday for Mendota to attend the ordination of a cousin, to take place this week. He expects to be gone for a few days. Miss Isabel Kadow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kadow, will spend the summer vacation at her home. She has been teaching In Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. Harold Pohlman will leave this week for Cedar Falls where he will attend summer school. Next year he will teach in Swea City. Francis White of Eldora will take his place here. Philip Sheridan came homo from Ames Saturday to attend the gradua- ion of his sister, Betty Sheridan. Philip has secured a Job in Ames and has been there about two weeks. sons, Raymond and Charles of Denver, and Allle of Bancroft together with thetr father are left to mourn. So Eatable Wilson's Finer Bakery Foods The reputation for Wilson's Bakery products must be deserved, for every week finds our list of steady customers increasing. Naturally It Is gratifying for us to know that QUALITY WINS for Wilson's products are made on a strictly quality basis. Pies, CUcea, Rolls, Cookies, Bread Wilson Bakery Typewriter ribbons at this office. 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