The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1936 · Page 7
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North The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 12,1936 East + Kossuth LAKOTA WOMEN IN CHINA FOR BRIEF SPELL Acorn Club Members Go "Oriental" at Luncheon Lakota: The Acorn club women have been studying China the past year and Thursday the Mesdames Gertrude Schissel, Vera Williams, and Elizabeth Johnson and Miss Louise Thaves entertained at a Chinese luncheon at the Schissel home with 30 attending. Mrs. Louis Lien, Winnebago, Minn., a former member, was the only out of town guest. On each table was a small vase with spring flowers. Places were designated by a tiny upright Chinese umbrella on which hung a tiny lantern with the name of each guest. The first course consisted of delicious food "a la Chinese" and chop sticks were presented to each with this course, but were mostly reserved as souvenirs of the occasion. Most of the guests and the hostesses were gowned in Chinese costume and presented a very colorful picture. Following luncheon election of officers was held with the following results: Mrs. H. H. Murray, president; Mrs. Earl Grubau, vice president; Mrs. Archie Fedge, secretary; Mrs. Harry Warburton, assistant secretary, and Mrs. W. E. Ley, treasurer. The program consisted of a book review of "The Ex- » e - J>y Pearl Buck, given by Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Jerry Ukena and the new programs will be distributed. Appt Postal Clerk Irvin Altizer has been appointed postal clerk by Walter Leslie to succeed Thomas Lewis, who has worked there for several months. Mrs. E. R. Worley's Aid division served the commercial club dinner at the church Thursday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Gcllcnfeldt visited Nell Slack at the hospital at Buffalo Center, Friday and report him recovering. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson spent Monday at Lake Mills, where they attended the regular ministerial meeting of the Forest City group. Twenty-two eighth grade pupils from the rural schools took examinations at the school house, Thursday with Supt. Grabau assisted by Mrs. Edgar Inlay in charge. Mrs. Harvey Johnson was hostess to the Legion Auxiliary last week Monday evening. Mrs. Fred Schroeder had charge of the Mothers Day program and Mrs. Wade Ball of the poppy program. Plans were made for Memorial day exercises. Hebron Twp News Miss Hattle Horsma spent last Tuesday night at the John Badje home. Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent Monday afternoon with Oscar Frandle and family. Alice Lunning has been very sick with the scarlet fever the past two weeks but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthun and daughters spent Wednesday night at the Oscar Frandle home. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sleper and family spent last Sunday afternoon with the Joe Sandum family. Bertha Badje and Esther Anderson wrote the eighth grade examinations at Lakota Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Clarence Haveland, Mrs. Gerhard Sabin and Mrs. C. Legried were Friday afternoon visitors at the Oscar Frandle home. Mrs. Peter Voogen and Mrs. Alvin Erdal spent last Monday afternoon with Mrs. Gust Nelson and at the Bert Russ homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Adrian Hauskin home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slmser and family were sight seeing at Esther- vllle and Fairmont recently. They, reported things to be In bad condition after the storm. Titonka: Work started Wednesday morning on remodeling the R. L. Krantz home west of town by Tom Dailey of Algona. WOMAN GAINING AFTER SERIOUS LUNG COLL APSE Mrs. Gordon, Ledyard, to Be in Iowa City 2 More Weeks Ledyard: Friends here will be be glad to hear that Mrs. Ray Gordon, who is in the hospital at Iowa City, Is improving One lung had collapsed and they gave her treatments to get it to working normally again. She is able to sit up a little, but will be there at least two weeks yet. Church Commmlttee A business meeting was held at the church Thursday evening despite the fact there were no lights. This meeting pertained to fixing and redecorating the church and how it could be done. A committee consisting of Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Edward Looft. Mrs. L. W. Wlemer, Edward Knoner, N. A. Pingle, Tlce Brack and D A. Carpenter was chosen and they will meet to appoint other committees and lay further plans. PLUMBING, HEATING. SHEET METAL, SPOUTING AND PUMP A complete stock with experienced Service for joba, large or small. HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 119 S. Dodge Algona 12-tf All Feed Chick Mash The «ani« HIGH QUALITY feed which has always been •old by UK. Strong, healthy anil sturdy chicks result when fed "ALL PEED" .Starting and Growing Mash because It is freshly mixed. Cod Liver Oil, Buttermilk and other Ingredient* are mixed the name day the feed Is cold. Why not insure yourself a healthy flock by giving them the right start? $2.25 per cwt; $2.00 in 500 ib. lots Manufactured and sold by E. R. Rising Mill Algona, Iowa Other Dealers: Nelson Hardware Algona, and Algona Hatchery lU II III Top Market Price WlFVh Paid For Wool Get our price before you sell your wool. Joe Greenberg Phone 118 Algona, la. Vote For Carl Dahlhauser Democratic Candidate for SHERIFF I will appreciate your support for the noiuinaUcn in the coming June primary. 18-21 Musical Program Friday evening the music board sponsored the following program presented at the school house: play, "Acacia Cottage, 1 one act comedy- Mrs. Marker, Cleo Gable; Katie, Dolores Hassebrock; Laura, Betty Matzener; Dolly, Ruth Estle; Herr Adolph Schmidt, Glen Dyer. The play was directed by Miss Stranahan. The next number on the program was a small vocal group, "Slumber Boat," by Evelyn Mayne, Doris Welfare, Marvel Drew, Luetta Gelhaus, Henffitta O'Keefe. Beulah Looft. Edith Logan, Muriel Reece, Cleo Gable and Alvlra Halverson. "Have A Little Fun," a comedy, was given by Alvira Halverson, Cleo Gable, Luetta Gelhaua, and Muriel Reece. The high school band presented a March, "Phil and Dot", overture, "Hermit of Killdare," and march, 'Hall of Fame," A clarinet trio, consisting of Henrietta O'Keefe, Al- vlra Halverson and V. A. Barrett, played "Dear Old Glory. A baritone solo, "Fort Washington," was sung by Cleo Gable. Songs, "Lamp Lighting Time In the Valley" and "Nobody's Darling but Mine," were sung by Marjorie and Russell Cassem. A piano duet, Tommy's New Drum, was played by Paul and Connie Garry. The high school orchestra under the direction of V. A. Barrett, presented Blue Eagle March, Fair Queen Foxtrot and Transcontinental March. Wm. Garry and Thomas Walsh were at Rochester Thursday. Tuesday the baseball team won a close game 4 to 3 from Bancroft. Mrs. L. C. Strand and Mrs. Lei- Anderson were at Bancroft Tuesday. The W. E. Wicmers went to Redding Friday, to spend the week end with Mrs. Wiemer's parents. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cass- cn>, Monday, a son. This Is their first child. Mrs. Cassem was formerly Laura Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jenson and daughter, Mrs. Mary Poppe and Lorenz Nitz went to Mankato Friday to see Mrs. L. A. Nitz who i.s in the hospital there. Mrs. George Thompson received word that Mrs. Amy Maxon of Blue Earth, formerly of this place, had undergone a major operation at the University hospital in Minneapolis and is recovering nicely. The M. E. Aid met with Mrs. Elvin Carpenter Thursday. Mesdames H. M. Granncr, A. E. Lnur- itzcn and W. E. Wicmer had a bake sale which realized $2.85. Committees were appointed to serve the Purple and Gold Activity banquet next Monday. School events for the remainder of the year are: senior play, May 15; baccalaureate sermon, May 17; P. G. A. A. banquet, May 18; commencement, May 21; last day of school, May 23 with baseball games, Ledyard vs. Swea City, one with the high school and the other junior high. Titonka Entertains County Federation of Woman's Clubs Titonka: The regular meeting of the County Federation of Woman's clubs met in the Methodist church Tuesday for an all day session with Fenton, Burt and Titonka clubs as hostesses. The business session was held In the forenoon. A plate lunch was served at noon to the guests by the Methodist Ladies' Aid in the church basement. The table decoration and flowers were in the county club colors, salmon pink and orchid. The afternoon session took up at 1:30 p. m. The program was in charge of Mrs. Meinzer of Burt and consisted of two violin solos by Miss Lucile Indra of Frceport, 111., accompanied by C. E. Rose; Miss Stoeger of Fenton gave a reading, "Good Bye, Sister"; a Titonka sex- tette sang and Kathryn Schram and Reginald Winter sang a duet, "Bye and Bye" from the operetta, "Hearts and Blossoms." Mrs. Lacore of Hayfleld gave a short talk on club work. Mrs. Weiss, 8th district committeewoman, spoke. Mrs. Howard Brereton read a pnper on "Points in Character." Mrs Pearl Kulp McDonald gave a one act play. The next meeting will be held In Algona, October 6th. The eighth district meeting will be held In Algona October 14, 15 and 16th. All the Kossuth county clubs will be co-hostesses. Post Nuptial Shower A post nuptial shower was given Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mechler, at their home south of town by a group of friends Friday evening. Douglas Kay, son of Mr. Mechler, presented the gifts. The guests brought lunch with them. A very pleasant evening was enjoyed. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker took ill on Monday with a severe sore throat. Mrs. W. J. Denton and Mrs. Andrew Hansen visited at the home of Mrs. Trauger Monday evening. Mrs. W. J. Denton and Herb Winter attended the Art Trauger funeral in Algo/n Tuesday afternoon. A baby boy was born Friday, May 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krase of German Valley. Mother and child are doing nicely. Mrs. Miller Nelson was hostess to the Tuesday afternoon bridge club. Mrs. Herb Winter made high score, Mrs. J. F. Fisher, second, and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, low score. Each of these ladies received a prize. Mrs. Rose Plum, who has been at the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Hcifner, and recently had the misfortune to break her arm and tear the ligaments of her leg, left Sunday In company with her daughter, Nelle, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Castor of Fairbanks, Iowa. They came for her Saturday evening. Page Mrs. Wm. Garry Is Shower Hostess Lcdyard: Mrs. Wm. Garry entertained at a post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Harlan Pirsig, formerly Ida Baumann. at her home Thursday evening. Edith Logan Rave a rending. Jean Rnd Marjorie Gable and Marjorie Mayer sang 'The Isle of Capree." A parade of Ida's life was given first as a baby then a small child, sweet sixteen, when married and 15 years from now. The bride then opened her numerous gifts .ind a delicious lur.ch was served by 'he hostess. Wed Tuesday At Ramsey Ref. Church Titonka: Orris Cushman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cushman of this community, and Edna Bocckholt. also of Titonka, were married at the Ramsey Reformed church, on Tuesday afternoon of last week, by ttev. Schnucker. Harold Cushman acted as the best man and his wife was the bride's attendant. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the groom's parents following the ceremony. Louis Stenzel Lost Horse Last Week Lakota: Lois Sutenzel lost a horse last Wednesday afternoon while working in the field. The horse appnentlv died fro.i the hrat. The hot wind and dust s'orm were hard on iniir ond bea^t work- in," In the fields. The number of farms In the United States increased over 8 percent between 1930 and 1935. Ledyard Senior Play on Friday Ledyard: The senior class piny. "Nuts to You", under the direction of Miss Stranahan will be presented this week Friday night. May 1.V at the high school auditorium. Following is the cast: William Bnrne::. Mary Ellen McDonald, Or,.il Cnr- hus, Jack Moulton. Howard Dyer, Litctta Gelhaus. LaVaun Farrow. Alice Hagge, Roland Kollnsch. Glen Reece, Agatha Trcnnry, Lester Reisem, Helen Dutton. Willie Stubbc. Evelyn Mnyne, Lawrence Lewis and Leonard Warner. Will Move House, Woden to Titonka Titonka: Will Ricklefs and his j crew of men started work Thurs- I day morning excavating n' base- ment for the Jerry Rreon home on his lot south of the Dr. Rail home, the site of the old Catholic church. Mr. Breen will move his home in Woden here. A house mover from Lake Mills has the job. At Look Funeral Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner attended the funeral of Mrs. Look, wife of a LuVerne mail carrier, held Wednesday afternoon. DAY TIME NIGHT TIME ftu time at tilt v Large Crowd At Lakota's Senior Class Offering Lnkota: The senior class presented the play "Hold Everything", at the auditorium Wednesday evening to H large crowd. This is a three net play and the cast of characters was as follows: Merium Heetland, Irene Weringa, Ferdinand Koppen, Helen Christ, Fernc Olthoff, Irvin Koppen, Beverly Tnmen, Lottie ami Ruth Nelson, Wanda, and Arvilln Christ, Daisy und Muriel Johnson, Mnrcella Thaves, Alvln Boettcher and Wilbur Krosch. Ruth Bersch- niun was prompter and Faye Olthoff, stage manager. The play was very well put on and a neat sum was realized. The school orchestra furnished music. Evelyn Burnct directed the play. Wold you like a good paying, steady job? I want to hire a man immediately. Must have car and experience with livestock. Paid every week. State age and experience. Box 164, Dept. 2226, Quincy, Number of years lived on farm Name Address New Ry. Schedule on Rock Island Lakota: A new schedule went into effect last week on the Rock Island railroad from Albert Lea to Estherville and Estherville to Iowa Palls. The Lyman Needhams, one time residents of Lakota, expect to move here in the near future and will occupy their residence recently vacated by the E. R. Worleys, who have moved into the Homer Altizer house. Mr. Needham will be engineer on the train going from Lakota to Iowa Falls one day and buck to Lakotti the next day. Th. Parkway choose RED CROSS SHOES for every occasion If it's shoes for every occasion that you're looking for, come in and choose yours from our glorious new collection of Red Cross Shoes. Superbly styled to please the most critical. And comfortable from the first try-on — because they fit your "walking" feet as well as your "sitting" feet. Price still only $6.50. L FIT ALL FOUR ' OF YOOH FEET Christensen Bros. SIIOK DKPT. WHAT! 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