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HISlOUtCAt. DEJT. OFFICIAL CRT AND COUNT* PAPER glgona Upper ©es jNofrag LARGEST CIRCULATIOW Established 1865 ALOONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 19, Ton VOL. :?4.—NO. 20 MAN PARALYZED, DIES ON HOT STOVE 40 Working Girls Enter Contest with Vim to Win the Free Trip to Texas Every Town Enters Pa vorites; Voting Starts Today CONTESTANTS GET VOTES T$$y AYS Bvery section of KoSsuth county had 'entries In the State Theatre- .Moines • working girls' n'test this week. The winner of litest, who must be a single, ig girl In Kossuth county, wiH"re«ive a 10-day trip to the Texas Centennial Exposition at Dallas, Texas, with all expenses paid. Contestants may obtain votes in three ways: 1. Every patron of the State theatre will receive a ballot, starting tonight. They can write In the name of their favorite and deposit same in ballot box in the lobby. Adult tickets will count 26 votes, and children's tickets, 10 votes. 2. A coupon will be found in the Upper Des Moines starting next ' week which Is worth 10 votes when filled in with name of the candidate and deposited either in the State Theatre ballot box, or at the Upper Des Moines office. 3. Each new subscription turned in at the Upper Des Moines office by a candidate or a friend, brings MX) votes to the fortunate candidate. Entries Close Thursday The list of candidates thus far Is listed below. There are still two more days to enter. An entry blank will be found in last week's paper. Entries will absolutely close at midnight, Thursday, and entries must be In the mall before that time. -. Algona Entries • nda Patterson Drusllla Caughlln Wtotat M. Norman g»th*r M. Lavreas Bernlce Harrington Beulah Hartshorn Dorlys Knutsen Loretta Winkel Ardella Hovey Whittemore Entries Irene Heller Marcella Cuilen Annette Bestenlehner Rosalia Voigt LuVerne Entries Clara Wedal Anna Ramus Frnton Entries "Toots" Gramenz Lola Warner Beatrice Kramer Wesley Entries Phyllis Cruise Maurine Hanson Burt Entries Margaret Morness Helen Schroeder Esther Olson Tltonka Entries Bernlce Wilson Julia Stott 4 (Lakoto Entries Freda Jager Irene Werlnga Viola Mae Riddle Ledyard Entries Alice M&ulton ' Beulah Qiflord Swea City Entries Susan Uhr Pearl Dahl Edna Anderson Denetl Stockman Ladle Anderson 1 Bancroft Entries Rose Mary Murphy Margaret Sonttte •t a«M«ot Emtrie* Rode* DMT Bertba Paabnder Sone of toe entries did not send fai ttutr own names, but the entry was made by friend*. The Upper Dea Moines reque«U that any girls whose names have been entered, and do not care to continue in the competition, notify us at once. The contest begins today, and will continue through until July 31, at which time judges will make a final audit of votes. Contests finishing the contest will receive theatre ticket*. The high nix, under the winner of the trip, will receive passes t» the State theatre, and the remaining entries will receive tickets on u graduated basis depending on the position in which they finish. In other words, every contestant will receive something. Begin Work Now Tabulations of the votes will be printed in the Upper Des Moines from time to time, but accurate information of standings will not be released in full until the contest . Now U the time for contestants to get their friends and relatives working in their behalf. If they do, ami win the trip, Uuy will receive a free, 10-day trip to Dallas, Texas, and a chance to meet the Dallas city officials, be a guest of the Centennial organization, and preoaps receive a place on a radio program during their stay at Dallas. Lakota Fanner 111 Lakota: Hilbert Walthouse, a bachelor, who has lived on farms near Lakota for many years, has been seriously ill, and after several weeks' sickness he was tak«a to Iowa City last Thursday morning tor treatment. His condition was reported as very Herious. Here's One of Texas Exhibits Contest Winner Will See Work^is nearly completed on the Texas Hall of State, pictured above, showpiece of the Texas Centennial Exposition, which opens June 6 at Dallas. Built of native stone, the building will cost $1,200,000. The winner of the Upper Des Molnes- State Theatre Working Girls' Popularity Contest will get a free ten day trip to the Centennial as a first prize. All other contestants will receive theatre ticket awards corresponding to the position In which they finish. The contest begins today and will end July 31. Assets of Three Defunct Kossuth Banks Sell Soon Examiner W. E. Carlson will auction off the assets of three defunct Kossuth county bank, at the court house In Algona, Friday morning. May 22, starting at 10 o'clock. Bank assets to be auctioned are those of the Fenton State Bank of Fenton, and the Citizens Savings Bank and the Farmers and Drovers bank, both of Lakota. Following the sale, both banks i made in Rlverview. will pay their final dividends to | Mr wildin had LEWIS WILDIN OF CRESCO,69,D1ED SATURDAY NIGHT Lewis Wildln, prominent Cresco township farmer, died at the Kossuth hospital Saturday night. The funeral services are being held this afternoon, Tuesday, at the Methodist church and burial will be depositors. At Fenton, IS per.cent In dividends have already been paid, and at Lakota the Citizens bank hat paid out So per cent, and the Farmsr* and prove/* has paid ovt'60 percent. BRIEFS FROM THE BUSINESS FRONT . . . . Mrs. Kthyl Morrison is proudly displaying a new One Minute hair waving machine, which she recently purchased. The machine reduces the amount of time required for waving, and for women with sensitive scalps is proving a great treat. * * • • ' The Ashing club headed for Cass Lake last week included Glen Buchanan. Russell Cook, Herman Hauberg, M. P. Weaver. Bill McDonald, Gordon Dewel, A. E. Michel and C. R. LaBarre, with one or two other last minute entries expected. The boys held a meeting last Friday night to find out what was what. • • • R. O. Bjustrom won his trip to Cuba and will sail from New York City on May 24. Mrs. Bjustrom is not going and adds that she hopes Roy has a good time, and isn't worrying about him at all. The party of Pbilco winners will spend two days in Havana, and Roy won't hardly have time to learn the Spanish language in that length of time. There will b« a two day stop-over in New York on the return. • • • The new Community Club board of directors is a fine cross-section of Algona business and professional talent. All lines of business are represented, the boys are go-getters, and many of them have definite ideas of worthwhile community events that need attention and encouragement. • • • Russ Maxwell and Sain Evans left Monday morning to attend a Chrysler convention in Detroit. They will return Friday morning with new cars. Jim Burns is a new salesman with Maxwell Motors. • • • If, along with the new pavement, we get new sidewalks, the shock may be more than we can stand at one time. • • • A district meeting of the Independent Theatre Owners Ass'n was held at the State Theatre here, on Monday. Visitors were guests of Gail Pettit, at noon, at a luncheon at his home. Mr. Pettit is chairman of the district organization. • t • Dennis Pratt ls a darned poor letter writer. So when his folks at Lemmon, S. D., wrote and asked to hear from him once in awhile, he subscribed to The Algona Upper Des Moines for them. He says it's worth the price to not have to write so many letters; now his folks can tell what he's doing. • • • Or. C. C. Solerk wan honored last week at Davenport, when be was elected a vice president of the Iowa State Ass'a of Podiatrists at their annual conv*ntion. Dr. Soierk returned to Algona the middle of the week after •twutiiuit •cvar«I Joys at Davenport. ill for a number of years with cancer of the bladder and had. ,made numerous trips to Unvarsity hospital, Iowa City. He had been bedfast two weeks before hia death, and a patient at the Kossuth hospital for two day*. . The deceased was 68 years of age at his death. He was married to Lillian Flowers, who preceded him in death about two years. About thirty years ago the couple moved from southern Iowa to Kossuth county and several years later moved to Cresco township where he had farmed since. A son, Lewis and family, made his home with his father. Another son, George, lives in Rlverdale; a son, Arthur, in Wakonda, South Dakota: a daughter, Mrs. Mary Francis in' Omaha'and Mrs. Wllma Kuhlman, who lives south of the parental farm. A son, Gilbert, preceded his father in death. Mr. Wildin is also survived by two brothers, Irvin of near Des Moines and Tom of Idaho. W. A. White Sells Grocery Business W. A. White, veteran Algona gro- ceryman, announced a few day* ago that he had disposed of his grocery store, effective June 22, to G. W. Baldwin of Ames. Mr. Baldwin, with his two sons, will come here in the near future to locate. The sons will assiot in the business. Mr. White said he had no definite plans for the future. Right now he is busy reducing bis stock, and he knows that he intends to quit wbrklng, and he and Mrs. White will enjoy a well-deserved vacation. For the past 17 years the Whites have had one or the of three boys, Hiram, Don and Perry in college, and now with Perry's graduation, school will be over, and so will active work in the store. Mr. Baldwin is an old time grocery man, well versed and experienced in the business. New Paving Link, Wesley, Nearly Done Wesley: Only a short half mile or so remained of the paving on highway 60, and when completed will open the new link on highway 18 between Wesley and Hutchins. The paving was begun two and one-half miles west of Hutchins. When this and the east section of paving are completed, that portion of the highway will be joined with 18, and become a part of it. The town's population is increased considerably by the presence of many workers, some of whom have brought their families with them. Poppy Day Here Next Saturday Algona's annual Poppy Day will be held Saturday, May 23. and 360 more poppies have been ordered than were used last year by the women of the local Auxiliary cost. A poster contest was held, recently, and the first prise ot $2 went to LeRoy Matnlson, who aJso drew the Illustrations used in the high school annual, now being printed. Second prize of *1 went to Carl Spongberg. The posters are on display in Cbrifi- tensen Bros, and CbrUchilies A Herbst. Dorothy Crouch and Betty Brown won drat and second prizes in the grade school contests. Poppy Day contributions are used by the American Legion and Auxiliary to help disabled veterans In toe hospitals, their families at home, and to aid children 1 Auto Accident at "Tedo's Belly" Railway Crossing Two cars, driven by M. F. Amfahr and Florence Dodds, collided late Friday afternoon at the 'top of the high railway crossing over the Northwestern known as "Tedo's Belly, near Ice Cream Factory. Because of the sharp ascents on both sides, neither knew of the approach of the other until it was too late to avoid coming together. No one was hurt but the cars were damaged about the wheels and fenders. Mr. Amfahr Is the Fuller Brush salesman here and Miss Dodds is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W I. Dodds of Union township. iSMTlATEDBY K.C/SHEREAT ALGONA SESSION Members and candidates of the Algona council of the Knights of Columbus and neighboring councils met in Algona Sunday and attended the late Mass at St. Cecelia'n church in a body. A sermon was Riven them by Rev. A. C. Ah man at that time. Initiation began at 1:30 p. m. in the Anderson hall and first and second degrees were conferred by officers of the Emmetsburg council. Third degree was conferred by L. D. Brennan of Emmetsburg, assisted by Robt. Larkin and John D. Keith and staff of Sioux City. Eighteen candidates were initiated into the local council. They are: Lawrence Bernard Govern and Joseph Vincent Govern, Bancroft; Ambrose J. Youngwirth and Richard E. Youngwirth. Wesley; John Joseph Deim. Edward J. Zender, Francis Clttir Seipman, Eugene H. Thissen, Floyd T. Bode, Krtrnund J. Loebig, Algona; Thos. A. McMah- pn, Wesley; Fred A. Ringsdorf, Burt; LeRoy L. Pfeffer, St. Joe; Durban J. Lickteig and Dennis P. Lickteig, Robert G. Lawson and Richard J. Lawson, Wesley. Former Algonian's Rites Here Today Funeral services for Mrs. Rus sell Bamsey, Lake Park, sister of W. A. and L. R. Dutton, are being held this afternoon, Tuesday, at 3:00 in the Methodist church with Rev. J. H. Edge conducting. Burial will be in Irvington. Shore services are being held at Spirit Lake before coming to Algona. Mrs. Bamsey suffered a stroke Friday night and died the following night at the age of 68. She is survived by her husband and 7 children. Brothers and sisters surviving are: W. A. and L. R. Dutton of Algona, O. J. of Broken Bow, Nebraska, Oscar of Los Angeles, Mrs. C. D. Montgomery of Forest City. Mrs. Barnsey was formerly Kate Putton and lived near Algona for a number of years prior to her marriage. Galloping Tea Invades Wesley Wesley: Ever hear of a "Galloping" tea? Well, the Methodist aid of Wesley Is introducing Its members to them, and also has worked out a very neat and quick way of raising funds. One will be held each week- ilay until Wednesday of this week.when the regular meeting is to be held with Mrs. tfaynes. Mrs. Butts and Airs. Daw-son, .held first two "Galloping" teas, Friday and Saturday of last week. Here's what a "Galloping" tea Is. The hostesses are picked nt random, and given little notice. They do not know ulio the guests are to be, but there are ten each time who are gathered up and brought by another person. The guests have no previous notice, but most come dressed as they are. $304,000 TOTAL CORN-HOG MONEY FOR KOSSUTH CO. HERE'S LATEST DOPE ON CITY'S P.O. BUILDING Bids Too High; Must Come Within Money Allotted Checks—$304,000 worth of them —were being distributed In Kossuth county this week. The money was the second payment on the 193S corn-hog contracts, and to say it was welcome would be putting the matter in altogether too mild terms. Three different batches of checks arrived, and the county committee jumped in and sent out bales of notices right away. Distribution began last Friday, continued through Saturday, and will be wound up for the most part this week. Swea City and Ledyard was the schedule for Monday and Tltonka and Wesley were getting checks today. After today, all checks will be handled through Algona. If a farmer does not have an area equal to 15 percent of his sol depleting bale seeded to a legunv crop be -can pltr* uadue.any-iaa} grain crop'before June IS, 1836, and follow with a legume crop before Sept. 15, 1036, and qualify tot class 1 payments, the committee states. Regarding the checks, anyone who has received a notice and has not got hia check can obtain it at Algona on Wednesday, May 20, and any time thereafter. The Algona postofTice building is still a matter of conjecture, and it may be that the building will not be erected this year at least. Many of the business men of Algona have sent telegrams and letters to Senator Murphy asking the government to go ahead with the project. The ground for the bulTding on North Dodge street was purchased by the government last June, and the group of business men who joined together to buy and remove the two frame buildings adjacent to the post office site, have now completed their task and the whole quarter block Is now clear and ready for the building operations of the new postoffice. C. B. Murtagh Sunday received a letter from Senator Murphy in answer to Inquiry as to the status of the postoffice building. Senator rfurphy enclosed a statement from lie Treasury Department in regard .o the matter, saying: "Competitive •onstruction bids have been .solicited on several occasions, but it Berens Overhears Good Sales Talk Andy Borons of Bancroft, candidate for sheriff on the republican ticket, sny* he doesn't know much about politics, but he's found out plenty about trading at home. He overheard two women talking on the street One rr- nmrkrd that a dress worn by the other was an exact duplicate of one she had purchased in Mason City. The second woman said she had purchased hers In Al- (tona. The Joker was that the .Mason City visitors had paid $2.75 for the same dress that the. Algona unman bought for $1.98 at home. 22 SWEA CITY SENIORS WILL GET DIPLOMAS Get 30 Days George and Ed Lichter were sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. Monday, in the court of Mayor C. F. Specht. They were arrested Sunday night by Marshal Frank Green on a charge of being drunk and disorderly. Stolen Truck Found An abandoned truck, believed to have been stolen in Martin county, Minnesota, was found near Fenton, Sunday. Authorities were notified to look for a man. believed to have Stolen the truck, and said to have beaded for Algona. Who Wants Work? Applicants for work at the Algona swimming pool are few so far, says Mayor Specht. A lifeguard, two assistants, matron and tMmhier will be hired. Applications should be made with the mayor or Adah Carlson, City Clerk- Leonard Callies In Fall From Building Titonka: Leonard Callies had the misfortune to fall from the top of the buck brick wall about 12 feet, Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. The accident occurred while he was salvaging what brick he could from the fire ruins. He had a tile brick in his hand at the time, which he gave a throw and then lost his balance. John J. Rlppentrop saw Leonard fall, called help and he was carried to the lawn of his mother's yard, where a doctor made examination as to the extent of injuries. He has two cracked ribs and suffered a severe jolt. The doctor taped the cracked ribs and he is resting as easy as possible. Lone Rock Girl To Teach at Swea City Lone Rock: Beulah Gladstone has signed a contract to teach the sixth grade in the Swea City schools for the coming school year. She has taught in the Superior school near Ringsted for the past two years. Ten mothers held a birthday surprise party for her last Friday afternoon at the school house. HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 $7.50-7.75 Best light butch., 160-180 . 8.00-8.50 Best light butch., 180-220 8.60 Best light butch., 220-250 8.70 Med. heavy, 250-270 8.50 Med. heavy, 270-290 Ibs 6.40 Med. heavy, 290-325 Ibs. . 8.00-8.25 Med. heavy. 325-350 Ibs. .. 8.00-8.10 Butchers, 350-400 Ibs 7.75 Packing sows, 400-500 7.00-7.35 CATTLE dinners and cutters $2.50-3.25 Kat steers 5.00-6.50 Fat yearlings 6.00-6.50 Bulls 3.50-4.50 Veul calves 5.00-7.00 Stock steers 5.00-6.50 tat cows 3.50-1.50 GRAIN No. 3 white corn $.53 No., 3 yellow corn 50 No. 3 mixed 49'j No. 2 yellow corn 51 No. 2 white corn 54 No. 2 mixed 50's found necessary to reject all bids submitted for various reasons. In •»ch Instance also, the low bid received was in excess of the amount nvailable for construction purposes. "Certain changes are now being considered, which, If acceptable to the PostofTice Department, It Is expected will effect sufficient saving In cost to warrant re-advertisement ot the project. It la hoped that bid* may be received which will permit the award of a contract for the construction of the building within the funds made available by legislation." Most Algona folks believe tha the postoffice will not be built, a least, not this Season. Kossuth county will go democratic perhaps. without tb* posfoffloe, but mains to b« seen. Rewrites Of News From List Friday'» Kossuth County Advance WILLIAM SHIRLEY was reel- ectcd superintendent of .schools, for a three-year term, Tuesday morning of last week by the presidents of the 45 independent and rural school districts in the county. Mr. Shirley defated A. K. Laurltzen of Lcdyard and G. D. Hart of Bancroft, other candidates. Shirley received 22 votes, Ijiuritzcn IS, and Hart 2. Mr. Shirley has served as superintendent for the lust 23 years. • • * • FRANCES MKSHKR, local school .eucher, was named county super- ntendent of the Humboldt county schools, last week. She takes over a job which was handled by her Father, many years ago, for a per- od of 20 years. Miss Messer is a graduate of the Humboldt public schools and Grinneil college. • * • REVOKING THE PAROLE of red Baumgartner who had been sentenced to serve a year in the ?ort Madison penitentiary, Sheriff 'url Dahlhauser took the local man o Fort Madison. He was sentenced, Oct. 14, on a charge of assault with intent to commit great bod- ly injury. The attack was made ED YEM ANSIS TRAGIC VICTIM IN HOME HERE Swea City: Commencement exercises of the Swea City high school class of 1936. will be held at the high school, May 28th,. Roy L. Abbott of lown State College, will eliver the address. Members of the school board are: D. W. Fiilts, president, Ole Kvarns- lale, Joe Preston, Wm. Evans, and Fred Berggrcn. Baccalaureate was held May 17 at the high school auditorium with lev. G. R. McDowell of Swea City, he speaker. Members of the class of 193fi arc as follows: Wilna Brock, Dorothy Crlcksan, Lucille Evans, valedlctor- an, Lorraine Larson, Vivian Nagel, Mora Mogensen, Frances O'Connor, Maxine Peterson, Pauline Preston, Irene Rohlf, Esther Uhr. Harold Appelquist, Elmer Berg Wayne Fagelund, Renn Kluger Wnyne Griffith, Bobby Haglund salutatorlan, Robert Loland, Ed ward Montgomery, Glenn Olson Russell Roba and Glfford Smith. Here's Secret of Keyhole Thursday evening of this week the high school senior class play "Through the Keyhole," will be presented under the direction of David riiillip.s, faculty instructor. Eight people, without any particular leading characters, will pro- s«-nt the production, which deals with a hnrd-Mliellrd but goldeii- hrartcd Krundmntlirr who enters nto the lives of her grandchildren save them from matrimonial trouble. Her knowledge of their on his wife, iheriff. He was paroled to the No. 3 white oats, 30 Ibs. Barley, feed EGGS No. 1 No. 2 Cash cream- No. 1 No. 2 Sweet POULTRY Cocks, Leghorns Cocks, heavy Hens, 4\4 Ibs. and up Hens, under 4'/s Ibs. Leghorn hens Calf and cow hides Ducks Geew .19 .23 18c 15c 24c 27c IOC lie 18c lie He .. 5c 8c .. 8c EIGHT ALGONIANS went fisting to Cass Lake, Minn., last Wed- lesday. On the trip are Russ Cook, 1'. H. Holmes, C. R. LaBarre, M Weaver, H. M. Hauberg, W. E. rfcDonald, I. G. Dewel and A. E Michel, Des Moines. • • • JIMMY HOLDING, age 9. Burt, aid down on the tup of a gasoline wagon his father drives, last Sunday evening. For some reason or other he took otf the lid and put his head in the opening. The gas fumes overcame him. but he rolled off the tank, and his trouser leg caught on something and held him, head downward, until his father arrived to save him. • • • MRS. P. E. WALLEV, Corwilh, is recovering from painful burns suffered when a whistling teakettle exploded and threw sttam and boiling water over her. • * * ALGONA'S conservation unit has decided to buy a pair of Chucker partridges, and find out if they are adaptable to Kossuth county. If the birds breed up in nice shape, the league will release them tu join their cousins. The new specie will cost the unit about $20 a pair. • « • Ei,NA BEKG, 25. Swea City young woman, passed away as a result of tubercular meningitis of the brain. She had been teaching at Bode, as music instructor, until the attack of the fatal malady. Miss Berg was born in 1311 near Swea City, had grown up there, and graduated from Gustavus Adolphus college. St. Peter, Minn. Mrs. Anna Berg, her mother, survives in Minneapolis. Funeral services were conducted last Wednesday at the Iromanuel Lutheran church. Suffers Stroke, Fell on Stove, Burned to Death Funeral Services Will Be Held Here Wednesday P.M. Twice in five years, a tragic death struck an Algona family, and lire, both times, played a fatal role. Ed Yemans, believed to be about 76 years old, was found dead lying across the top of a stove In his small home at Elm St. and Thorington, Sunday morning. He evidently had suffered a stroke of appolexy and had fallen across the top of the stove. His hand went through the opening on top of the stove and into the red hot ashes. His hand was burned off, and the clothes were burned from most of his body, searing his flesh. He was dead when dlscov- red. Death, or at least uncon- ciousness kept him from any pos- Ible suffering from the fire. Mr. Yemans cared for his moth- r for many years until her death about 12 years ago at the age of 100 years lacking a few months. A few rears later the old Yeman house, a andmark, was burned down and since then Ed lived In a small house he erected on the property. A. Flaher, who married Florence Madson, discovered the remains of Ed slowly burning in this house about 6 O'clock Sunday. Ed worked for many years In the J. J. Wilson steam flour mill and later for Peter Winkel In the Ice business., Reconstructing the tragedy as nearly as possible, Dr. R. A. Evans, coroner, believed the accident occurred In this manner. Got Up Early Yomans evidently got uj) about 5 a. m. and stirred up the fire. He -aarrtei-th* flanM out; and returned indoor*. AM he stood over the *tov* he suffered a stroke. He may have been holding the stove lid in his hand, because the lid had dropped through into the stove. His left tinnd also dropped into the bed of live corils. F!unic.s i-rppt up hia in in, caught his clothing on fire, and .slowly .spread over his body, burning all the clothing from the front part of his torso. The' clothes on his buck had not burned. His knees wore against the stove when Ills body WHS found. | tf Brother ,Tu»t Died '*-" Friends here immediately wired to u brother living in Muskegon, Michigan, and a return wire informed them thut the brother, nffair.s is gained through keyholes, | hence the name of the piny. Helen Frank! takes the role of the grandmother, mid Theodora Larson and Robert Post are grandchildren. Drcnnnn Mathes is an- Frank, passed away about three other member of the cast, portraying u .somewhat lazy individual. Mary Hurn is a sister of Dreiiiian, and other characters are Walter Heiirdslcy, as a butler, and Arlu Bnkken as a mnid. Watson March plays the role of a friend of the family. Whittemore Senior Class To Graduate on Thursday Night Whittemore: The 1936 senior class of the Whittemore high school will hold.their commencement exercises on Thursday evening, May 21, at 8 oclock at the Academy Hall. The invocation will be given by Rev. AUen Wood, pastor of Good Hope church; song, Girl's Glee club; salutatory, Myrtle Barber; song, boys' glee club; valedictory, Mathilda Wagner; song, senior class; address, Rev. J. H. Edge; presentation of diplomas, Supt. F. J. Rochford. The class roll includes lola M. Barber, Myrtle B. Barber, Irene T. (tanners, Lewis A. Dogotch, Frederick T. Fish, John A. Fish Harold H. Schumacher, Richard J. Shellmeyer, T. Rex Swanson. Evelyn J. Voigt, Robert W. Voigt, and Mathilda W. Wagner. The class motto 'is "Today Decides Tomorrow; colors, pale green and pale pink; flower, pink <arna- tion; faculty, Frank J. Rochford, superintendent, Francis Hurley, principal and Gladys Blair. Burt Commencement Exercises May 20 Burl: The Hurt school will close Friday of this week. Sunday evening the baccalaureate sermon was delivered at the Presbyterian church by the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, whose theme was "Ye Are Bought With a Price." Other parts of the program were devotions by the Rev. S. H. Aten and music by the mixed chorus and girls' glee club. On Wednesday evening com mencement exercises will be held at the Methodist church. The Rev. Clarence E. Flynn, pastor of the weeks ago. His widow will come, to attend tlic funeral. Funeral services were to bu held Wednesday in the Laird & McCullough chapel here, at 2 p. m., and interment was to be in Rlverview cemetery. Rev. Wessel of Burt will conduct the services. An effort was being made by friends of the aged man here to locale other relatives if possible. No oilier close kin had been found up until late Monday afternoon. Mr. Yemans leaves a fine piece of residence property at North Thoringlon and Elm streets. It is understood that he has three residence lots rated as the most valuable in Algona. He was a frugal, industrious and honest man whose word was never violated. He was temperate in all things and, carries to hi." grave the sincere respect of all who knew him. He came to Al- gonu with his parents as a. boy, perhaps 60 years ago. Both of his parents are buried in the Algona cemetery. The Yemans family had been Upper Des Moines subscribers for 60 years. 19 In Armstrong Graduation Class Armstrong: Nineteen seniors will step from the high school this year. Those graduating are: LaVonne Johnson, Lowell Fischer, Maxine Erickson. Hulda Welder, George Larson, Kathryn Hansen, Myrle Hunsen, Irene Irmiter, Delbert Burgess, Edna Baker. Lyle iSaxton, Murjorie Braland, Arthur Boland, iJaisy Mardick, Robert Knudson, Lorene Olson, Jumeb Knipe, Sidney Ffterson and Leon Looft Graduation exercises will be held, next week in the school auditorium. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday evening, May 24. The class pluy will be presented Monday and Tuesday evening. May 25 and 26. Commencement exercises will be held Thursday, May 28, at the high school auditorium also. Paving Progress Irviugton: The paving crew working south on 169 in Koaauth M. K. church, Mason City, will de- ' county expect, if weather conditions liver the address. The high school orchestra will play and there will be a violin solo by S. J. Fardal. President E. R. Woltz will present diplomas to the 17 members of the class. They are Merwyn Buhling. Arlene B«itz, Alice Ewarey, Lylu Fraser. Howard Gettman, Zita Giddings, John Hartl, Violet Long, j permit, to finish to the county line this week. Hum bold t county recently voted bonds to pave in their county, thus connecting with, the Fort Dodge paving. Successful Bidder ... , „ - , Jo « Greenbwg was the success- Victor Monsmith, Gene Martinson, i lul bidder on the wool front 1100 Evelyn Neitzel, Gerald Ollem, ! Iwad of sheep owaed by George Florence Rash. Ruth Schrotder and ' Patterson of Burt. Joe expect* ttt Eleanor Vogel. ' : £.et the wool some time this week.

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