The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1936 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 5, 1936 North East * Kossuth Page JUNIORS HOSTS TO THE SENIORS AT LEDYARD SCHOOL All Enjoy Theatre Party After Annual Banquet Ledyard: The junior-senior banquet was held Friday at the school house. Miss Hettler is the junior sponsor, and the mothers of the juniors prepared the food and six sophomore girls, namely, Ruth Estle, Beulah Looft, Alvira Halverson, Agnes Junkcrmeier, Doris McDonald, Delores Hassebrock served. The scheme carried out was a May fete with a large May pole with streamers fixed in the lunch room. Toastmlstress was Henrietta O'Keefe. Howard Dyer gave a toast "On the Green." Evelyn Mayne and Alvira Halverson sang two numbers, "Drifting and Dreaming," and "You Started Me Dreaming." "Dancers" was the toast given by Alice Hagge. Jean Gable played three popular numbers on the harmonica. Miss Stranahen gave a toast, "Maypole" and Alvira Halverson and Henrietta O'Keefe played a piano duet "School Colors." Following this program the juniors took their guests to the theatre at Bancroft. There are 13 juniors: Henrietta O'Keefe, who is president; Doris Welfare, vice president; Mabel Kitley, secretary; Clea Gabel, treasurer; Gertrude Darnell, Erna Schwartz, Marvel Drew, Evelyn Mayne, Ellwood Green, Pearl Haag, Edith Logan, Muriel Reece, Mervin Voight. Other guests were the faculty members and their wives. The L. W. Wlemers have a new Chevrolet car. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer were at Swea City Thursday at the F. Wiemer home. The V. A. Barretts moved Friday and Saturday in the H. D. Mayne property. Agnes Olsen went to Swea City Friday night to see Elnu. Berg, a college classmate, who is seriously 111. The W. E. nnd L. W. Wlemers drove to Estherville Frldny even- Ing to view the damage done by the storm the previous evening. Seventeen dollars was Ledyard's share realized from the presentation of the play "The Littlest Bridesmaid" at Ucnwlck Tuesday night. The Rev. C. C. Casper of Hampton, Iowa, spent Wednesday at the V. A. Barrett home. He Is n district superintendent of the Orphan's Home at Ottumwa, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsen of Tl- tonka called at the V. A. Barrett home Wednesday. Mrs. Barrett formerly taught their school in Portland township and made her home with them. Mrs. Wm. Green entertained the following at an Aid ten, Tuesday. Mesdames L. W. Wiemer, Peter Jorgenson, Teckla Farrow, Albert Brand, Chas. Hllferty, Theodore Green and Mrs. Blanch Jenks attended. The latter two will have the next tea. Woman, 94, Hurt In Fall at Lakota Lnkota: Mrs. William Wlese, who is 94 years old, fell from her chair while sleeping last week Tuesday morning, striking the couch, and cut a gash over her right-eye. Dr. Williams was called and put in 7 stitches to close the wound. Mrs. Wiesc was not able to sleep for about 48 hours after the Injury, but is now somewhat improved, and Is up In her chair as usual. THE TOWN IS TALKING ABOUT Miller Serenaders A Red Hot Dance Rand, At Sexton, Iowa, Saturday, May 9 Dreamland Ballroom L Ladlm lOc—Oi-nU 40c Including Tax FOLLOW THE CROWD SHE R w i N W i L L i A MS FOR BEAUTY AND PROTECTION Point Now I A» long at 1t monrtu lopoy. Don't postpone needed painting and risk repair bills. Ask about the Sherwin-Williams Budget Payment Plan. Lusby's Drug Store Now Makes It Possible For You to PAINT YOUR HOME with Sherwin-Williams Paint ... for as Little as .19 per Month Depending on Size of Job This Amazingly Low Monthly Cost Includes AH Material and Labor If you wish, \vr will m-minncnd '» U<»»1 <Tiii'ts- iiia'ii . . . <>r you may liavc it done liy your regular painter. Included in your roiitiact are all iieuessary repairs t» put your hmue in condition fur painting. Ask any salesperson how tlii.s pluu ',-IM t.c nmiie lo /ii your particular needs! Tin- <W o» This Budget Man ut l.tikhy'» Urug Store I* Low. Akk About It. Feature Points No Down Payment Required! No Payment Until 30 Days After Completion of Job! No Amount Too Large to Handle! No Bed Tape I'aiiil HOIV • • • !'••'>' I"** 1 ' 1 - Thi-iv is uo mn-d for delaying tin- needed painting and rederorutiDi; in your houu*. A ^<»d paint job protects your home atcuhist de.-av ami rapid depreciation, Do it now . . . pay monthly over a 12 or 18 month period. LUSBY'S DRUG ANNUAL MEETING COUNTY COUNCIL PTAATTTTONKA Mrs. Ed Grenrich Named New President at Session Titonka: The annual meeting of the county council of Parent and Teachers Association met in the gymnasium of the Buffalo consolidated school building Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Buffalo Consolidated and Doan were co-hostesses. Mrs. M. S. Craven, president, was In charge. The election of officers resulted as follows: president, Mrs. Ed Genrlch of Algona; vice president, Mrs. J. F. Fisher, Titonka; secretary, Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen, Doan; treasurer, Mrs. Lowman, Union No. 7. After the business meeting a fine musical program was presented by Buffalo consolidated. The rhythm band played several numbers, Patricia Ball gave a flute solo, girls' sextet sang two numbers and four girls gave a tap dance. The Doan P. T. A. put on a playlet. Tea was served to about 60 people in the domestic science room at the close of the evening. The basement was completed and work has been commenced on the framework of the Wm. Boyken home Monday afternoon. Dr. H. I. Torgersen Is having his new home painted and work of fixing the lawn Is in progress. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winter were Swea City guests Monday. Mrs. H. A. French and Mrs. Lillie Wood were in Mason City Monday morning on business. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen, Mrs. H. A. French, Mrs. J. F. Fisher accompanied Mrs. Jay Budlong to the district meeting of the Library Association at Garner Wednesday. It was an all day session. Miss Barrett of Mason City was elected chairman for 1937 and an invitation to have the '37 meeting In Fort Dodge was extended the association. The Garner Chamber of Commerce presented each out of town guest with a beautiful rosebud upon registration. Titonka Singer Wln» Reginald Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Winter, left Wednesday afternoon with Mr. Rose for Iowa City where Reginald wan an entrant In the baritone-bass division of the state music contest, with 11 entrants. Reginald sang at 11 a. m. He was number six. Word was received here about 3 p. m. that he had received a superior rating. They returned Saturday with Miss Luclle Indra of Frecport, III. A son was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred UoyUen Wednesday morning. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Mrs. Llllle Wood was hostess to the members of the Lurkin bridge club Friduy afternoon. Mrs. L. B. LurHon made high score, and Mr«. 1'ierrc Sartor low. Each of these ladies received a prize. Mrs. T. A. Dunmlre substituted for Mrst. Wood and Mrs. Surtor for Mr*. J. A. HIetch. Lakota Folks Lose Infant Son, Tuesday Lakota: A little son was born last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Williams at the Buffalo Center hospital, but lived only a few hours. Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Eyres, LeMnrs, enme on Wednesday and the Rev. Frerklng accompanied Mr. Williams and Mr. Eyres to LeMars Thursday, where the bnby was buried. Mrs. Eyres will remain with her daughter, for a while. JOHN STEENBERG HOME FOR VISIT Lakota Boy With Western Electric Co. On A Lecture Tour Lakota: John Steenberg, New York City, only son of Mr. and Mrs. August Steenberg, Lakota, spent a few days last week visiting hU parents and his sister, Mrs. John Heetland. John, who works for the Western Electric Co., In the acoustics department, is on a lecture tour of middle western states, where he lectures on research work in one college in each state. He left for Iowa City Friday and goes to Duluth, Minn., from there. John Is a graduate of the Lakota high school and Coe College. High School Pupils i Get National Help Twenty-four local high school pupils are taking nctive part In the high school aid or National Youth Association, which the government is sponsoring. They receive a salary of $8 per month nnd do such duties as assisting the teachers, do- Ing clerical work In the school office, repairing equipment and working In the workshops. Youths must be between the ages of 16 and 25 to take advantage of this. This was organized In 1935 to supplement WPA wnges for families on relief and low-income families. The school superintendent assumes the responsibility of assigning work and submitting monthly time reports to the state office. The number of students in Iowa now actively participating amounts to 3785. No additional numbers are being made but replacements are taking place. A state-wide survey has proved that this Is one of the most worthwhile government programs and the results have greatly justified the project. 100 AT LAKOTA F. B. SESSIONS Lakota: About 100 men and women from the northern half of Kossuth county gathered at the Presbyterian church parlor last week Wednesday evening for a farm bureau meeting;. The program was as follows; community singing; talk by County President Skow; talk by state vice president, Allen Kline of Henton county; vocal duet, Jerry Ulienu and Jerry Heetland; talk, niembernhip drive, by Myron Johnson. A similar meeting was held at Algona Tuesday evening. Lakota School Spring Schedule Lakota: Following aie the coming schonl events of the next two weeks: Exhibit of work for the year was held Friday, May 1; class play, Wednesday, May 6; baccalaureate sermon, Sunday evening, May 10, with the Kev. Hoese us speaker; commencement, May 13, with Hev. Dibble, Mason City, a.s speaker. All services will be held at the school auditorium. KIINEHAI- HEBVK'KS for Mrs. Harm Groen, mother of U, were held last week, at the Baptist church, Bancroft, where they formerly lived. I'M AIHI.N*., HKATINd), SHfcKT METAL, SPOU'I'INO AND f UMF A rompleU stock with experienced Service for jobs, large or small. HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 111) S. Dodge 12-tt The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Warburton and Mrs. J. H. Warburton attended the county church school convention at Algona Thursday, and report a good meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Elman, Milwaukee, came a week ago for a visit with Mrs. Elman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O'Keefe and other relatives. Mr. Elman has gone home, but Mrs. Elman will make a longer visit here. Mrs. Otto Koppen entertained the Methodist Aid at the church Wednesday. The regular business was taken up at this meeting and three new. members added to the roll, the Mesdames Edward Hagge, Edgar Inlay and Gellenfeldt. The next meeting will be a musical tea to be held at the church. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckets drove to Fort Dodge last week to attend the funeral of Mr. Buckets' brother-in-law, John Uhr, who died of cancer of the stomach. From there they .drove to Boone to visit his brother who is sick. While there the Buckels purchased a new Nash car and drove It home. Rewrites Of News From L»»l Frid«y'» Kossuth County Advance 200 PBEHBYTERIAN clergymen und church organization representatives, met here last Tuesday und Wednesday for a district meeting of the Presbytery. Forty-five churches were represented. Rev. H. C. Mlcan, Fonda, was named moderator to succeed Rev. C. Paul Carlson of Algona. The women's societies elected Mrs. Arthur Bailey, Esthcrvlllc, president, and Mrs. J. H. OrviH, Estherville, treasurer. Rev. O. H. Frerklng, Lakota, was elected commissioner of the Presbyterian Ueneral assembly. • * • ANOTHER MEMBER of th-j AMWHER was initiated last Wednesday night. The Botsford Lumber yard office was entered by burglars, and a carton of cigarettes, and name small change amounting to about $1 taken. The robbers entered through a side window. They missed $8 in silver which hud been hidden. The AMWHER is the abbreviated form of Algona Merchants Who Have Keen Robbed. HT. CECELIA* ACADEMY baseball team lost to Wesley, 10 to 2, in a 7-lnning gume last Tuesday night at Wesley. EDWAKD \VIIJM>N. former resident of Hwea City, was badly injured in an auto accident near Freeport, 111. Slippery pavement caused the mishap. DIVORCE ACTION has been brought by Hay Huuunstein against his wife, Alice, charging desertion. Hauenstein lives in Algona, ills wife In Minneapolis. HIIRliBBEKY VALUED lit $200 has been planted about thu courthouse luwn, old shrubbery replanted, and the band stand torn down from its uld site. The new high school has also been beautified by about $200 worth of shrubbery. * • • WED 28 YEARS, Mr. and Mr.s. Henry tjcheppman of Irvington were given a surprise when neighbors, friends and kin arrived to spend the day and celebrate the occasion. SENECA'S SCHOOL board met and hired Frank Hannu, Coif ax, as principal und coach fur the coming year, and a Visa DuhJ as seventh and eighth gradti teacher, LaVonne Madden will be third und fourth grade teacher. USED CARS 1934 Chevrolet sedan 1931 Chevrolet coupe 1931 Chevrolet sedan 1929 Chevrolet coupe 1931 Ford coupe 1930 Chevrolet coach New Oldimobifos on Display Algona Auto Market Wtst of Court House Ottosen Honor Roll For 6 Weeks Out Ottosen: The Ottosen high school and junior high honor roil _for the fifth, six weeks is aa follows: sen lors, Roy Kramer A minus; junior, Alice Thorsen, B plus; sophomore, Connor Starin, B; eighth grade, Gladys Satern, B plus and Maurire Satern, B plus; seventh grade, Ma vis Hoit, B plus, Margaret Hughes, B plus and Mary Jane Hofius, B plus. LEGAL NOTICES State of Iowa OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKING Certificate No. 1475 Bank No. 611 Whereas, the Security State Bank located at Algona In the State ol Iowa, has filed in this office prooi of a full compliance with the laws of this state pertaining to its Incorporation and a sworn statement of its paid up capital, and being satisfied that said bank Is possessed of the full amount of such capita) required by Chapters 414, 410 and 416 of the Code of Iowa, there fore, Authority U Hereby Given to the above named corporation t transact the business of a Stat Bank as provided In its articles o incorporation and the laws of Iowa The following named person have qualified aa the tint Board o Directors. J. W. HAGGARD FRANK KOHLHAAS E. J. HOUGH M. G. BOURNE T. C. HUTCHISON A. HUTCHISON EUGENE A. SCHEMEL H. M. HAUBERG GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY C. B. MURTAGH R. W. CALUWELL Given under my hand and HOU! of office, at the City of DCS MoincH, HUH 10th day of April A. I)., 1U:!6. (SEAL) D. W. BATES, 10-19 Superintendent of Bunking. BANK EXAMINERS Last Thursday nnd Friday, two slate :md two Kedenil lunik c.Xiiminers arrived in Aljiona and made a tlmr- oiit!;li clu-fk ot' our institution. They counted the cash. I'lierked the ledgers of our customers' deposits, reconciled our accounts with hanks where we have money deposited, and checked (hroiiti'h and thoroughly examined everything connected with our business, paying special attention to the notes owned by the bank and (lie collateral and morttraces securing the notes and statements supporting them. ON srrn TIIINUS AKK BASKD THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR OF T1IK HANK1NO BUSIXKSS- PROTECTION FOR OUR CUSTOMERS AND DEPOSITORS. This bank welcomes the unexpected visits of these bank examiners. We never know when they will arrive; when they do, they (ind our records immediately open for their inspection. Proper management of a bank means a hearty welcome for state and federal bank examiners, at all times, and that in turn means complete protection of your funds. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR SAFETY IOWA STATE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION H. H. Miller, President H. L. Gilmorc, Cashier F. L. McMahon, Asut. Cashier W« don't ask you to tak« our word that Matland Argonn* Rugs will 0iv* you y»or» and years of w«ar. W0'r* putting one out on our sidewalk for two weeks —the equiva- lent of TEN YEARS of household wear—to PROVE that they will.^_ Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATi: OK IOWA, K'is.srTii rnrNTV, *«. i'>.in. .ViiHi-i- Jx li-'i ••!>>• Klvi-n that liy vlr- , till- III S|Mll.ll K\. < llll'lll .III.Ml,Ml to INI' fllMII Hie Clerk III' (lie iMslllll ('mill Hi KuHxiill t'mlnly, luWii. "H il' JllilKlllelll li-IHliTI'i! Ill Hlllil ('null nil UK- Illti .M v nl Alilll, lU.'ili. 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M , Dl .• alii day. wl '-ii ami n In-n- dm- ai ti-iidam •• u ill In- I4IV.-H In- i Im im-li i - i«m ii I I.H,.,) ii.i-- li,l I, ii,i . i.l Am il I'.i I'i r.\i:l. nAlii.ll,\rsi:i:. Sin i III i'l K-i^-nl Ii i ' \ l-iu ;i Snllr. an. .Mi,i.n ,s. l.inn.ii ri.iiiuiir> M inn ' >.-.. i': i\ Notice of Probate of Will STATK OK KAVA. KOSSUTH I'OUNTY, t,a. No. 4101 ill District Court. Auril Term, 1936. To All Whom It May Concern: Yuu ure hereby nutilicd. that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the will and testament of Julia F. Brace, Deceased, dated October 10, It)-'i5, having been this day tiled, opened and read, Friday the 15th day of May. 1930, is lixed for hearing proof of same ul the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause it' any they have, why said instrument should not be probated und allowed us und for the lust Will und Testament of said deceased. Dated at Aigoua, Iowa, April 20, me. KATHARINE MC EVOV. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Dc-puty. P. A. Duiuofi, ally. 16-18 71 V\ MASLAND ARGONNE RUGS "The Rugs Children Won't Wear Out" j See the Masland Argonne Rug on our sidewalk and examine the other Masland Argounes inside the store. You'll find them as good looking as they are long-wearing—seamless, beautiful patterns, rich colors, woven of selected, long- staple worsted, and each rug has the patented Layflex back that prevents skidding. A re markable value for the money. Manufactured by C. H. Masland 61 £y»os. 'Carlisle, Pa. Two Rugs for the price of one only 9x12 size 27x54" rug free Foster Furniture Co

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