The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1934 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 23,1934 STURDIVANT IN WESLEY POSTOFFICE Big Preparations Being Made for Wesley Day to i be Held Aug. 28 Both Wesley Schools to Open Monday, Sept. 3. List of Teachers Wesley: Mrs. Hazel Gerdes received her appointment as acting postmistress for Wesley Friday morning and checked Saturday afternoon beginning her duties Sunday morning, taking the place of William W. Sturdivant, who has held the position for the past eight years, following a four year term of his wife, Mrs. Edna Sturdivant. "Scoop" will be missed at the post office by his many friends as he served most faithfully and untiringly, as well as efficiently. Mr. Sturdivant will continue as editor of the Wesley News- World. Mrs. Gerdes was formerly Miss Hazel Hopkins, a girl born and raised in this community and will prove unquestionable ability in carrying on the work as postmistress, she has retained Miss Marie Hanson as her assistant at the office. . Wesley to Celebrate Aug. 28 Committees In charge of Wesley Day are completing their plans for a big day of fun and merrymaking, with the celebration opening Monday evening. when the street concessions and dance will begin in full swing. Two ball games are scheduled, one for 10:30 a m. Wesley vs. Titonka, and the other at 1:30, Webster City vs. Forest City Both games promise to be very Interesting. There will be a ferris wheel miniature auto rides, athletic shows other shows, making three blocks of concessions of all descriptions. Hauptmann brothers will be at their airport prepared to entertain a multitude with airplane rides during the day. A streel parade of 150 people will be held at one o'clock p. m., with children taking the role of Mother Goose characters, a wedding party, prize fighters, movie actors, and Impersonations of many famous people. A splendid free attraction prcgram given by Merrill Brothers and sister has been booked and will be well worth witnessing. The Corwlth 25 piece band will furnish music at. intervals during the day. The business men and American Legion boys extend an Invitation to the countryside to attend and promise a Worlds Fair Tleht here in Wesley the 28th of August. Schools Open Sept 3 Preparations are going forward for the opening date of -TChool which will be Monday, September 3rd. Both schools are opening this day. and the final cleaning and overhauling Is being completed this week. At the public school there will be one new member of the faculty, that of Miss Helen Funnemark. who takes the place ol Miss Margaret Looft, who resigned during the summer. Others In charge will be Supt. K. K. Rowley, Principal Champ Dirt Track Driver coining to Kossuth Fair Battling dust and track hazards as they slide into the turns, drivers depend upon steel nerves and perfect automobiles; a bad skid, a broken wheel, or even a burst of speed at the wrong time might send any of Oils group crashing into the fence. Scenes such as that pictured above are expected to attract and thrill throngs Friday, September 7, at the Kossuth County Fair races. Gus Schrader is at the wheel. Helen Relmer. Miss Packard. Coach Roger Wlllert. Mlsp McDonnell and Be Wise! Shop Early for SCHOOL NEEDS And As Usual We Are Headquarters for SCHOOL SUPPLIES You'll Find What You Want At Hawcott & Ogg AUCTION MONET HERE JVWJWWWWWWVWWV p LOWEST OPERATING COST A new type of Radio for homes without electricity. Operates without B Batteries. Cost of operating one cent a day. See us about a home demonstration. Holccck Radio Shop Auction Money With Every Pwcha&e Public Sale of Real Estate The .Southwell tjuarter (,.S\\'| jj ol' Section Eighteen (Irt), Township Ninety-four (.01;. North, iian^e, Twenty-nine CJiJj West of the ath I* ..M. ici^lii miles south and 1'oiir miles wesl of Al.!4'ona i (six miles ea.st ol' West Bend; will he .-.old at |iuhlic auction August IfOtli. !}):>-!, at two oY'.i.ek K Al. .Sale to lake place at farm. Ti-rms .•f'JJion.uij on date of sale, balance March l-i. If*:;."). F,,j- i'urth.-r particulars see Hutchison & Hutchison Algoua, Iowa. Miss Beck. Tile Sisters of St. Francl who will have charge of the parochla school are the same as last year with Sister M. Lydia In charge of the music Sister M. Judith, 7th and 8th grades Sister M. Leontia. 5th and 6th; Sister Hermlne. 3rd and 4th; Sister M. Am- brosiana, 1st and 2nd. and Sister M Anna clete. housekeeper. Swan Monson was rehlrrd as janitor at the public school, and will serve his 35th year as janitor of the school. Edmond Loeblg and a boy friend of Ringsted spent Sunday here visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loeblg Mr. and Mrs. George Schimmel are enjoying a visit from their married daughter, Lizzie and her several children. Mrs. Peter Skow will be hostess to the Prlscllla Phoebe society at her home next we«k Wednesday afternoon. Supt. and Mrs. K. B. Rowley and three children drove to Silver Lake near Ayrshire Sunday, where they enjoyed a day's outing and picnic. Frank Kouba, Jr.. drove to Cottonwood, Minnesota, Sunday to get his wife and baby daughter, following their two weeks' visit with home folks. Elmer Jensen, son of Buttermaker and Mrs. Jensen of Sioux Center, Iowa. was a guest here the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester. Mrs. Edith Henderson and two sons, Jlmmle and Blllte, spent Sunday at Emmetsburg visiting the children's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pavlk. Miss Leila Wester, secretary to Mr. •Clldee, dean of agriculture at the Iowa State College at Ames, arrived home Saturday for a two weeks' vacation with home folks. Miss Arlene Matern enjojed a week's vacation from her duties aa helper at the Algonquin Confectionery in Algona and spent last week here visiting numerous Matern relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and two children returned home Sunday from Ollie, where they spent last week after taking her father home following a visit here at Meurer home. Mrs. Jacob Johnson returned home the middle of this week from Cedar Rapids where she had visited her daughter, Mrs. K. J. Ferguson and family since Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullln and four children and Miss Beatrice Hildman left Saturday for northern Minnesota where they will spend a week fishing. Theron Hanson Is substituting on the rural mail route for Mr. Mallin. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson. Ole Flom, Swen Pearson and Mrs. Lena Larson made up a party who left Friday evening by tram for Chicago wh°re they will view the grandness of th? Worlds Fair for a week's duration Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerdes and family. all except son Dean, drove to Corydon the latter part of last week where they are visiting with relatives. Dean is keeping the home fires burning and sees that all Is well at home during the family's vacation. Elston Varnum of Iowa Falls spent the week end here visiting his friend, Miss Martha Haynes. Elston arrived here Saturday from Lake Okoboji where he had been since Wednesday on an outing trip with several other boys from Iowa Falls. Woden members of the St. Joseph's parish imt at the parochial School grounds Sunday afternoon where they tendered a fruit and vegetable shower for the Sisters in charge of the school. An enjoyable afternoon was spent, followed by lunch and coffee. Mrs. Anna Lilly and granddaughter, Muss Helen Miller of Sexton returned hom-e Saturday night from a month's visit with Mrs. Lilly's son in New Jersey. Sunday they were gueit.s at the Bernard Schrauth home, Mrs. Schrauth being a daughter of Mr.s. Lilly. Miss I-abc-1 KtrrniLS b yan her two weeks of well earned vacation from du- tit-.s at tin: telephone exchange and .-x- pi'Cth to .spend u portion ol ;.er tun/ at H'-a.-,airori, visiting her brothers. Tom and Jerry K'-rnns. ML--O Hanir/ii NI 1- .son will Milj-.litiite fur her at the NJH.M. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Taylor and fam- i'.v 1 -.-It Friday f.r j>iint.-> in Illinois for a 'wo or three week.' \i-i' with r la- boat than the one she made her homeward trip. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welter of Los Angeles arrived In Wesley Thursday for a several weeks' visit with home folks. The Mrs. has been annexed since October of last year and Is a very fine lady to meet. She holds a fine position as secretary In a Metropolitan office. ' There will not be the regular services at eleven o'clock at the Congregational church Sunday morning owing to the Harvest Festival to be held at the Upper Flat church Sunday morning. The following Sunday will be observed here as Harvest Festival Sunday when the Rev. R. E. Berntsen will have charge. Miss Edna Mcrz who was here to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, William Henderson, returned to her employment at Kansas City Thursday evening. The H. L. Hendersons and Lester Hendersons returned to their homes in Kansas, the day before, as did Mr. and Mrs. C. Merz, Mrs. Henderson's parents. Mrs. Alfred Erdmann left Thursdav morning In company with her brother, Frank Conley and wife of Livermore for Oklahoma City. Oklahoma. Tor a week's visit with another brother, Ed Conley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Erdmann's two daughters remained at Algona. where they are being cared for at the home of their grandmother, Wrs. Kate Kennedy. Mrs. Susie Gray and Miss Susie ^flffner entertained a small group of ntlmate friends of Miss Annie mid- man Thursday afternoon at a bridal shower honoring Miss Hildman, who .his week Tuesday became the bride of J. B. Muehe. Miss Hildman received a number of beautiful and useful gifts for her new home, and the host- esses served a very delightful lunch. Daughters of Mrs. Ann M. Kunz entertained a dozen girl frtends at a party honoring their cousin, Miss Mary Sherman Saturday night, who left on Sunday in company with Thecla Etsen- bacher for Des Moines where they both have enrolled at the Madam Kennedy school for a six months' course In beauty culture. The girls enjoyed a round of games wfth prizes being awarded to Miss Arlene Matern. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and four children left Wednesday of last week for Chicago where for a week they attended the Century of Progress Exposition, as well as taking In the sights of Chicago. They took with them camping equipment and cooklne utensils and planned their time should be a good one from start to finish, a vacation muchly earned by all the members of the family. Friends and relatives of the Henry Kunz family have received cards from them postmarked In California, where they are spending several w;eks sightseeing during the month of August. They are also taking occasion to visit numerous friends and relatives and nrs enjoying the cool weather a lot. The Kunzes left here Sunday, August 5th and reached their destination on Wednesday evening, driving some days as far as 600 mlks. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt spent the past week In Mason City with Mr. Felt's mother who has been critically 111 from time to time for the past several years. Harry Pelt, Ben's brother of Canada, arrived In Mason City last week for a week's visit also. The Felt's daughter, Mrs. A. F. Wagner of Special Dance Feature Legion Pavilion, Bancroft Monday, August 27 Al Menke and His O Adin. 35e and loe tax pd All invited, bring your friends. McKinnon Post L. J. Kockler vwwwswwvwwwwww Corwith underwent a major operation at the hospital in Mason City one day last week and Is making a satisfactory recovery at this time. Missionary and Mrs. Mosby were the guest speakers at the Congregational church Sunday morning and delivered the sermon on missionary work at the eleven o'clock preaching hour. They were guests of the day at the home of Mrs. Silas Skow, Mrs. Skow and Mrs. Mosby being school mates while attending school at Rushford, Minnesota. The Mosbys have been in the states since September 1st of last yeari enjoying a year's furlough from their duties In South America. More Food Value In This Honey Krust Bread-10c 20 oz. Loaf Not only arc the ingredients of this new and better bread the best the market affords, but they are blended by special process to give the utmost in nourishing food value for your family and children. Housewives who serve this loaf assure healthier, happier meals for eveiy one at no greater cost. Serve it three times a day for full value. Vary the diet with white, whole wheat and graham for extra deliciousness. Try it today, serve it for a week and you '11 have no other. 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