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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 2, 1936
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The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 2,1936 CLUB PICNIC AT CALLSTATEPARK k 36 Members from Wesley Make A Day Of It in the Open Wesley: The mixed bridge club, •which held Its meetings on Thursdays, gave a picnic dinner and supper at the Ambrose A. Call State Park, Algona, Sunday for members and their families. About 35 persons attended. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson drove to Crofton on business last week Wednesday. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. Clarence Ward this week Wednesday, Mrs. Shipley assisting. Mrs. Axel Johnson went to Lone Rock last week Wednesday to vis- It the family of her son, Elmer for a week. Margaret Flom, who attends the A. I. B. institute at Des Moines, came home for a week's vacation which ended Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Best and their son, of Charles City, visited a few days last week with Mrs. Best's mother, Mrs. Sarah Ash, and other relatives. tiarold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson, has returned home, following several months' stay In Kossuth hospital, Algona, where he took a series of treatments. Mrs. Marie Kunz entertained the Thursday club last week. Mrs. Braley won high and Mrs. Lester Lease, travel prize. This is the club's last meeting for the year. E. R. Swanson, Des Moines, one time popular school superintendent here, has recently been seriously sick and In a Des Moines hospital. He Is now somewhat Improved. The Rev. Chapman, Methodist minister at Ogden, spoke at the Klelnpeter hall Saturday evening. He is eighth district chairman of the National Union for Social Justice. Mrs. John Ormsby and her son, James, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Bonnstetter, visited at Crystal Lake one evening last week with Mrs. Ormsby's slater, Mrs. John Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Burrell, Urbana, and their daughter, Myrna, who teaches at Lake View, visited from last Thursday to Monday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. A. M. Lease. The Study club held Its last meeting of the year with Mrs. A. M. Lease last Thursday and elected officers as follows: Mrs. Muilins, president; Mrs. Dawson, vice president; Mrs. Aldrich, secretary- treasurer. Marion Paulson returned homo last week Wednesday evening from Minneapolis, where he and the Rev. O. Johnson, Brltt, attended commencement exercises at the Bible Institute and Academy, where Mr. Paulson formerly taught. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carlson, of Chicago and their daughters, Dorothy and Bernice, came Saturday to spend the week end with Mrs. Carlson's sister, Mrs. Carl Franzen. Bernice Is known here, having spent the summer with the Franz- ens two years ago. The Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty, Plover, formerly Wesley, took dinner at the Carl Franzen home last week Wednesday, and called upon a few other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Halverson, Edgcly, North Dakota, accompanied by Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, visited the Franzens last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sommerville Colby, Berkeley, California, called last week Wednesday upon Mr. Colby's cousins, the Mesdames A. E. Gid- dlngs and E. Goodnow. They were also to visit Clear Lake, where Mr. Colby's mother. Dr. Margaret Col by. is burled, and where he formerly lived. Mrs. Colby is a librarian In the University of California II brary at Berkeley. Miller's Rodeo at Blue Earth Round-up days in Blue Earth, featuring Clyde 8. Miller's rodeo, will be held June 4-7, sponsored by the Blue Earth Junior Chamber of Commerce. A dance will be held Friday, June 5, at the fairground pavilion. / Sale ends Saturday. Special Trade-In Allowances—BOc for old roller skates—2c for old flashlight batteries—up to $15.00 for old bicycles—up to $25.00 for old washers—$2.00 for old batteries—on new merchandise. Sale ends Saturday —Gamble Stores. 22 All Feed Chick Mash The wune HIGH QUALITY feed which hM a4w»y* been •old by as. Strong, healthy and cturdy ohldu result when (ed "ALL FEED" Starting and Growing Muh became It to frechijr mixed. Cod Liver Oil. Buttermilk and other Ingredient* are mixed the tame day the fe*d la sold. Why not Insure yourself a healthy flock by firing them the. right atartr $Z25 per cwt; $2.00 in 500 Ib. lots Manufactured and sold by E. B. Rising Mill Algona, Iowa Other Dealers: Nelson Hardware Algona, and Algona Hatchery SIX BURT FOLKS FINISH COLLEGE Myron Chipman Secures Fine Position With Concern in N.Y. Burt: An Item last week, which stated that three Burt young people would graduate from college this spring, should have read six. Three, Oriole Brooke, who graduates from Iowa City, and Myron Chipman and Donald Patterson, who will graduate from Ames, were unintentionally omitted. Myron recently went to New York to apply for a position, which he secured, with the New York Dairymen's Co-Operative League. Grover Fairbanks and Dean Clapsaddle graduate from Coe and Marilda Pratt also graduates from Iowa City. Church School Will Open Monday, June 8 The vacation church school of the Ramsey Reformed church will open June 8, and close the 19th. All children six years and over may attend. If a child under six years has attended public school, he may attend this Bible school. Anyone wishing to enroll may notify the pastor, Rev. Calvin Schnucker, not later than June 7. There's a RED RIVER SPECIAL For Every Sized Job The Olirer line of threshers U complete. There's K size for «rcry need and the 28 z 46 Red River Special, shown above, is the ideal machine for the ''farmer ring'* or the small custom run. For the smaller jobs there is the 22 x 36 and for the big, heavy jobs there is the 32x96. All Oliver Red River Special Threshers are outstanding grain savers. Oliver's famous "4 Threshermen" team up to get the grain from the straw and the Cleaning Shoe delivers "the kind of grain that elevator men like to buy"l Come in and talk over your threshing needs with us. We can give you the size thresher you need and you can be certain that it will do good, clean work at the lowest possible cost. OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Klassie Motor Company PHONE 714 ALGONA, IA. Prank Spear Is 111 with pneumonia at this time. The t,. A. and W. W. Boettchers were Des Moines visitors last week Tuesday. Mrs. James Chrlstensen enter' tained the Fortnightly club Thursday afternoon. The rural school taught by Letha i Mann closed Friday with a picnic for pupils and parents. The Henry Gettmans visited with Mrs. Oettman's mother at Buffalo Center Thursday evening. Ruth Schroeder entertained the Queen Esther circle Thursday evening. Betty Walker was a guest. Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, spent Wednesday evening at the home of his mother, Mra. Bertha Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baum, Lakota, had supper Thursday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Lowery, Chlc&go, visited over the week end at the home of Mrs. Maude Hanna and with other relatives here. Mrs. Elbert Sewick and daughters, Neva and Shirley, left last week Monday for LeMars, where they are visiting Mrs. Sewick's sister. Mrs. Johanna Dettman returned last week Tuesday from Algona, where she had spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Adams. Selina Clifton, who la employed at Sheffield, came Thursday even- Ing and visited over Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Annie Hawcott. The J. O. Isenbergers returned Friday from Decorah, where they had visited since Sunday at the Ray Isenberger home. A grandson brought them home. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder returned a week ago Sunday from Wlnona, Minn., where they had •pent the week end with their daughter, Mr*. Charles Kenning. Will Giddings left the first of last week for Pine City, Minn., where he met Herman Baker, a former Burt boy, and the two went to Ely, Minn., for • ton days' netting- trip. Ed Moyer and daughter, lone. The W. T. and R. K. Moyers and the Mans Koestlers went to Orient to spend Decoration Day and visit relatives. They returned Sunday. Walter Hanna, Charles City, came Thursday for a short visit with his mother. Mrs. Maude Hanna. He and Hugh McDonald fished at Spirit Lake Thursday night. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell attended the graduation of a grandchild at Tltonka last week and one at Buffalo Center Thursday even- Ing. They spent the night there at the home of their son, Bennett. Supt. and Mrs. Condit Bowie left the end of last week for Marshalltown, where they will spend a week with Mrs. Bowie's parents before going to Iowa City where Mr. Bowie will attend summer school. Mrs. Ellen Bisgard left Friday for her home at Denver, Colorado, after spending nearly two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver. They took her to Fort Dodge where she took the train. Lotto Creek Band Give First Concert Letts Creek: The Little German band gave a concert at the Lotts Creek store Thursday evening. This is the flrst concert for the summer. There will be one every Thursday. It was well attended. Ernest Wolter had an operation for appendicitis Wednesday In Algona. Llda Potratz, Whittemore, is employed at the Wm. Fuerstenau home this week. Hilda Ostrum, teacher of the central school, closed her school on Thursday. A picnic was held at the State Park Friday. A number of friends and relatives gathered at the Bill Decker home Friday evening. The occasion was Mr. Decker's birthday. Helen Radig, of Pasadena, Cal fornla. Is visiting relatives and Friends here. She arrived at Fort Dodge Thursday, where her brother Alex Radlg, went to meet her. Young People's society meeting was held Wednesday evening. After the business meeting bunco was played. High prize was won by Ferdle Mittag and low by Mildred Laabs. FRANK MILES GIVES ADDRESS ATLUVERNE The Phantom Tiger' was Put on as Class Play in Fine Manner LuVerne: Commencement activ- tles filled most of the evenings and arts of the days for many of the •esldenta of LuVerne and vicinity ast week. The baccalaureate sermon was given on Sunday night by Rev. V. V. Schuldt at the Method- st church. On Tuesday night a lass of 18 received their diplomas with Frank Miles, editor of the owa Legionaire giving the address >n the topic, "Where Do We Go rom Here." Music was given by he high school orchestra under the BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. Gertie Thompson returned Mr. Murray 'hllrsdav from a Beveml mnnthii'« — Mrs. L. J. Donnelly, Adrian, Minnesota, spent the week end at the Frank Recker home. G. A. Saundem, Chicago, spent Memorial Day with his parent* Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. Margaret Qulnn haa returned to work in the bakery. Matilda Stork has been working there in her place. Agnes Droessler and Alma Stork left Monday for Cedar Falls to at tend summer school there for three months. Mrs. Wm. Vaske and children went to Dubuque Friday after Clar ence Vaske who attends Columbia College there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McQuire daughter Phillippa, Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Richard Menke spen Thursday in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. J. Qulnn, Henri Olberdlng, Margery Bauer, of Ar cadla, spent Sunday at the Mrs Bridget Quinn home here. Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Hugh Walsh and daughter, Eileen left Tuesda for a visit with friends in Campu and Streator, III. They, expect to return Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Jorgensen underwen an operation for appendicitis the Wohnke hospital Tuesday. D Wallace, Algona, and Dr. Egan per formed the operation. Mrs. L. F. Bakeman, Maryland arrived Friday to see her father R. B. Mutton, who recently return ed home from Rochester hospita after a serious operation. J. H. Sheridan drove to Ames on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sher idan returned to Bancroft with him for a visit at the J. H. Sheridan and H. J. Deltcrlng homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark, wh formerly lived in Garner, moved In to rooms at the J. H. Menkc horn Thursday. Mr. Clark is the new editor of the Bancroft Register. Mrs. Joseph Recker entertalne her club at bridge Thursday after noon. Mrs. M. A. Saunders won first prize, Mrs. P. A. Lonergan sec ond prize .and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Higgins am children and Charlotte Masts, o Detroit, Michigan, are visiting a the Mrs. J. A. Devine home an the W. A. Murray home. Mrs. Hlg Is a sister of Mrs, Devine an Thursday from a several months' absence during which she visited relatives In California and at Tacoma, Washington, and also spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Glrton at Grinned. The new Junior band, under the direction of S. J. Fardal, will give the flrst of a series of street concerts to be given this summer, on Wednesday evening. The organization consists of 28 youngsters and was organized vome innoths ago us a part of the school activituw. The J. H. Schroeders and Carl Bahlings, Burt. and the Ralph Burt- k'tts, Whittemore, picnicked ut Kuone Sunday, where John Schroe der, Ames student, met them. John will go to Camp Riley in Kunsus this summer, where he will take up livuerve Officer*' Military work. The Lutheran church held its annual mission festival Sunday. A (ierrnan-ICiiglish morning service way in c'lmrgc* of the Rev. Karl O. Schwermun, Rochester, Minn. Uin- j)er was nerved in the church basement. In the afternoon, the Rev. G. Schmidt, Blue Earth, Minn., delivered a sermon. A surprise party was held last week Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs Cecil Gudfredson. whose birthday and wedding anniversaries weru about that time. The affair was u wiener roast held at what is known us the old Pollard grove on the Floyd Duncan farm south of Burt. Twenty-three persons were present. Dr. J. G. Clupsuddle took his wifu .and F. L. Pratt to Masou City on ' Sunday. From them Mrs. Clapsaddle went on to Cedar Rapids to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Main and attend the graduation of her son, Dean from Coe College. Mr. Pratt went to Iowa City to attend the graduation of bun daughter. Marilda, from the stale university. irectlon of Harold Joris Genrlch sang Turpln a solo and with Twelve ladies attended a Guild card party at Whittemore Thursday afternoon. They were: Mrs. A. B. Montgomery, Mrs. Fred Thies, Mrs. Al Fuchs, Mrs. J. H. Menke, Mrs. Andy Berens, Mrs. C. M. Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, Mrs. G. D. Hart, Mrs. Henry Guide, Mrs. Karl Hoffman, Mrs. Joe Jenlia and Mrs. G. W. Carmean. ST. JOE NEWS St. Joseph's imruchlui school closed Friday. John Fulirmunn was titkun suddenly sick Thursday afternoon. Raymond Schumacher. Gilmore City, was a caller at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner the first of the week. A number from this vicinity attended commencement exercises al St. Cecelia's church in Algona Sunday evening. Sister M. Georgene of I'oi uhontas arrived here Friday for u vU>it with relatives. Shu is a daughter of George Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz liormann. lU'Wlyweda are upcndniK it two weeks' wedding trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, nt«- lyweds left Wednesday moriiing on a wedding trip to Texas. On Iliuir return they will bring Mr:*, rl.u.i Becker and daughters, MiliJnU and Uuiuthy with them. Funeral services for Glen Weber. 4'-. year old son ul Mr. uiul Mrs. Albert Weber of Livermoie weru held Wednesday morning in Hiu-red Heart church at 10 o'clock. Interment was in the Livurmore l.'atli- olic cemetery. /Irs. Viola Bishop as accompanist. On Wednesday night the gymna- ium was filled to see the presenta- ion of awards. The band and or- hestra played, the girls' glee club, i girls' sextette and the boys' quartette sang. The eighth grade received their diplomas and Richard Brink, who had the highest trades for the year, gave a short alk. Pins were given for attendance at practice and participation n glee club, band and orchestra work and letters and bars for those who had won them in basketball and baseball. Then certificates of awards were given to all who had placed flrst and second in the academic testa and those who represented the school on typing teams. Pins were given to those who had won first in the declamatory contest and to those who had taken declamatory work for three consecutive years. The president of the senior class. Earl Legler presented the class mantle to Rosena Barton as president of the junior class. Marie Scribner was announced as valedictorian of the senior class and Earl Legler, salutatorian. "The Phantom Tiger" On Wednesday evening "The Phantom Tiger," a mystery play, a sequel to "The Tiger House," given here two years ago, was put on by a group of alumni, teachers and high school pupils. The unusual type of play made the evening's program a very Interesting one. Dixie Ramus gave a song and dance number between acts. The school year closed Friday with the annual picnic at Smith'* Park near Renwlck. The day was ideal and a large crowd was present. Ball games between the different grades and one with the Vernon consolidated junior high team, were on the sports program in the afternoon. Mildred and Audrey Helmick, of Brighton, were guests of their cousin. Mrs. Harold Philips last week. Grant Jennings came home last week Tuesday from Storm Lake, where he has attended Buena Vista college the past year. Mn. Phil Henderson, Mrs. Otto Westling and Mrs. Frank Sanford will be hostesses to the Methodist Ladies Aid Wednesday at the City Hall. Kenneth Sorenson, who has had a disease which affects the bones in one leg, for several years, was taken to Iowa City again last week Monday for treatment of a recurrence of his old trouble. Hi« condition had been so much better during the past year trjut his many friends had hoped that he was recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Barton had both of their daughters at home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mldlciff, Toledo, Iowa, spent a few days here before going to New York City where Mr. Mldklff will attend Columbia University this summer. Fern Barton who Is taking nurses' training at Morningside hospital at Sioux City, Is spending her vacation at home. Some of the teachers of the public schools left for their homes on Friday night and others are planning on going soon. Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Evans, Harold Turpln and Helen Hooker are taking the group of seven high school students who are to take pnrt In the academic tests June 1 and 2 at Iowa City. On their return, the Evans plan on going to Decorah for a few days, then will start on a trip to New York City and other points in the cast. Miss Hooker will go to her home at I'rimghur; Mr. Turpin, to Somers; Margaret Van Patten ami Mm. Bishop will spend the summer at their homes at Ames; Corrine Smith goes to Humeston; Mir- i.nii Troutman to Woodward and Ksther Uearchs was leaving Friday Flight for Milwaukee, to spend tilt; MUHinu'i' with u sisltr. The Chun- ilos .Smiths have then home in Lu- Verne anil will be here most of the .summer. West Bend Holds Graduation Exercises West Bend: Commencement exercises in the West Bend high school were held Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium. The program follows: the prelude, high school band: processional, Prelude in C Minor, Margaret Dunn: Invocation to Life, girls' glee club; invocation. Rev. H. .1. Needing; cornet solo, The Secret, Sena Miller: address, W. R. Hamilton: presentation of Awards to the salutatorian, Paul Harms, and valedictorian, Mary Ditch, by Principal J. C. Scurr; presentation of diplomas, by Supt. A. R. McMullan; class song. Senior class; recessional. i The class night program was held Thursday night as follows: piano solo. Juanita Hansen; salutatory address, Paul Harms: class history, Our Past. Ardys Anderegg and Lavonne Flemming; "O, That We Two Were Maying," senior girls' chorus: class poem, Mac Sloan; characteristics, Mclva Ban- wnrt; saxophone solo. Saxophobin. Ronald Walker; prophecy, Jean Johnston; presentation of senior class picture to high school by the class president, Orville Fuchsen, the junior class president, Harold Schurg accepting the picture in behalf of the class; solo, Noon and Night, Doryce Mertz; class will, by Dora Ditch; valedictory, Mary Ditch; trio. There's a Lark in My Heart," Florence Ford. Wilma Henely and Maxine Hoffert; class song, seniors. Mr. McMul>n awarded minors letters in basketball to Harriett Lockwood, Geraldinc Sweeney, ^eona Gibbons, Bob Collins, Bcn- on Carter, Chas. Boevers and Clyde Jenrich; major letters to Jimmy Walker, Paul Bleuer, Herb Benn- nger, Anna Bennlnger, Geraldlne jearhart and Betty West. The other basketball players were awarded their letters last year and are o receive bars as soon as the barn arrive. Margaret Dunn and Maram Banwart received clorax keys 'or honors In declamatory work. Supt. McMullen named the ten students on the honor roll for the rear In the order of points: Harold Schurg, junior; Mildred Schmalen, sophomore; Madeline Gerber, sophomore; Paul Harms, senior; Mary 3itch, senior; Chas. Boevers, soph- more; Roland Collins, junior: Rex Bonnstettcr, sophomore; Florence Montag and Mary B. Montag. Saturday night, to spend Sunday with his family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmo Barber and son were shoppers In town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Deviney of Rodman spent Memorial day in West Bend. W. F. Daubendlek of Oalumot, spent Thursday at the VV. H. Dniih- ondiek home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alborn of Mason City spent the week end nt the Frank Lockwood home Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons and children of Rolfe spent Saturday at the Arthur Simmons home. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Boos of Ankeny spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos. Mrs. Cleve Carter was operated on for ruptured appendix at the Emmetsburg hospital, Monday. Mrs. Alvin Kim?.. Mrs. Kunz and two daughters of Mallard spent Wednesday at the J. Dunn home. Mrs. Hazel Farrell of Waterloo came Friday for a week end visit with her mother, Mrs. Delia Falb. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klisart of Town Falls, came Saturday for a week end visit with Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wcnnlng and children of Alta spent Memorial day with her mother, Mrs. B. A. Morey. Mr. and Mrs. Baker and children of Engle Grove spent Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Hundertmark. Mrs, Charles Barber and Mr». John Walker of Rodman, attended commencement exercises her* Tuesday evening. SERVICE Car Painting Body and Fender Work Tops Recovered, Wood Replaced Door Posts Parsons* PAINT A BODY SHOP Firestone Bldg. Algona 21-23 Irvin Morey left for Pioneer, on PMIMB1NU, HEATING, SHEET METAL, SPOUTING AND PUMP A complete stock with experienced Service for Jobs, large or small. HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 119 8. Dodge Algona 12-tf BLUE EARTH Round-Up Days Featuring ClydeSJiller'sRodeo June 4-5-6-7 Thursday, June 4 8:30 p. m. Friday, June 5th 8:30 fc. m. Saturday, June 6th 2:30 and 8:30 p. m. Sunday, June 7th 2:30 p. Riding! Roping! Bulldogging! Trick Riding! Fancy Riding! m. RODEO DANCE Mcrt Flo and his 11 piece orchestra Friday, June 5, Fairgrounds Pavilion Sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce BLUE EARTH, MINN. Richpoint News Mr and Mrs. Will Hagar. Burd- elte were at the J. A Johnson home Mrs Hugh Raney ami Mrs Geo. Johnson wire guests of the Doan Ladies' Aid on lust Thursday. Mrs. Mary Muir and son, Lucian of Wliitteniore were visitors at the h'ranli Capesius home lust Tuesday yhindina Erpelding closed her school al iit. Joe on Friday uf last week und came home for the summer holidays. Marguerite Slulhnj: ttachcr ul Huytielu, returned home for tlie summer lusl week end. Georga Anne (Jeigel came Thursday afternoon from Buenu Vislu College ut Storm Lake to !>(jend the summer with her purenls, Mr und Mrs. Fred Geigel. On Friday, Paul Black, Francis McEnroe und Katharine McEnroe came from the SUile University of Iowa at Iowa City. Roberta Skilling i umo Saturday frum the lowu Slate Teachers' t-'uUt:i40. Cedur Falls. EX-SERVICE MEN . . . thin opportunity to Build and Save ... may never eomu ayuinl Right now in the time to blurt building your home. Wonderful can be picked up ul bargain figures. (>ood material* are still low priced. Labor it* plentiful. A new home is easy lo finance today. Your BONUS run he made the initial payment. 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