The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1936 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 9, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 9,1936 697 Crows; Erwin Siems Captains Winners GEORGESCHUITZ HIGHEST SCORER WITH291 TOTAI. A. D. Brogan, Second, Will (Jade Third- Losers Buy Eats Whittemore: The members of the "Whittemore Conservation League had their annual feast Monday night. Sides were chosen in the Spring to hunt crows and crow eggs •which ended May 1. Erwin Siems and Oscar Poirot were captains. Around 690 crows were shot, Siems' •ride getting 406 crows and 75 eggs and Pol rot's 291 crows and 27 eggs. Geo. Schulti was high man with 192 crows and won $5 prize. A. D. Brogan had 90 crows and got $3 for second prize; Will Gade, 73 crows and got S1.50 for third prize. The losers had to pay for the eats and refreshments. Cards were played and everybody who had joined had a real enjoyable time. Conservation Officer Pierce, Joe Lowe and Mr. Humphrey, Call Park custodian were present and gave very interesting talks, also did Dr. McCreery, A. D. Brogan and Rex Swanson and Father Veit L. M. Merritt of Algona gave some details about the big field day that is to be held later in Kossuth county. 4th Celebration Whittemore again will celebrate the 4th of July this year. St. Michael's parish has decided to put on a celebration and a committee was appointed to make plans and get things under way. Whittemore has always turned out a clean and sane celebration and this community should turn out to make this their Celebration. At Class Rpnnlon Rev. Father Veit was in Dubuque last Tuesday to attend a 25-year reunion of tne class of 1911 of Columbia College. The 1911 class were all present but one, a lawyer, who lives in Boston now. Rev. Veit returned Thursday. Rev. Father Hyland, who has been assistant here of St. Michael's parish for the past 5 years, will leave here Thursday, June llth via automobile for New lork and from there he will sail June 20 on S. S. California for Ireland. He will be accompanied by his brother. Rev. W. P. Hylnnd of Sioux City and they will land in Dublin about June 28. They expect to be gone about three months and will visit with relatives in thei old home. Pupils Give Program The pupils of St. Paul's Lutheran school gave their program Friday evening at the school hall. A large crowd was present,. In fact all available room was taken up with chairs. The pupils recited and sang songs and various dialogues were given and all performed their parts •well, which means quite a lot of hard work and instructing. Prof. P. L. Jessen has the four lower grades and Prof. H. W. Behnke has the 9th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Rev. H. D. Stahmer, Fairville, gave a very interesting talk to the children and the parents concerning a Christian day school. Dr. and Mrs. H. O. Hoyt of Dundee. 111., visited at the home of Mrs. Hoyt's parents, Mr. And Mrs. Will Rcimers. The Fred C. Wegeners Lone Rock, were Friday evening callers in Whittemore at the Art Heidenwith home. Edith Johnson, who has spent several weeks here with friends, returned to her home at Floyd last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cavanaugh of Fort Dodge visited at the home of their son. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cnvanaugh from Thursday to Saturday. Miss Theresa Duffy, who is employed in San Francisco, California, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Ansel Conarty and Ann Smith of Chicago visited over the week end at the home of Dr. arid Mrs. L. B. Smith. They returned last week Monday. Mrs. Charles Lehmann who came from Chicago to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, Fred Lehmann several weeks ago, returned to her home Friday night. Mrs. Wm. Hanover and Mrs. Otto Bell attended the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meeting which was held at St. John's Lutheran church basement last Wednesday at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Potratz, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Potratz, Jr., of Parkers Prairie, Minn., spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz and the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke and Mr. and Mrs. Diedrick Cordes. They drove to Westgate from here Saturday. Why the Eskimo* Prefer Hell to Heaven and Can't Under stand Christianity. An Entertaining story in The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Your roof should not only keep you dry—but warm too. Nearly half of the heat you lone to the outride during winter goes off through the roof. The roof is as important as doors and windows in conserving heat. A new shingle roof, put on over the old, not only keeps your roof water tipht. Imt seals the heat inside where you need it. Kven if your roof does not leak right now, it's ui.-c economy to build up its thickness as a protection uguinrt winter. If you ask our prires for a new ehingle roof you'll not be obligated—come in. F. S. Norton & Son li!) Al^.na, la. LOTTS CREEK SCHOOLPICNIC AND PROGRAM WILL BE HELD FRIDAY Lotts Creeh: The Lutheran parish school will give its picnic program in the school house Friday evening. The picnic will be held Sunday afternoon In the Herman Hintz grove as usual. If the weather permits the program will again be given that day. A free will collection will be held Friday evening. The program is ns follows: sonil, "America," by school: address by Rev. W. Discher: perso- phone. song by school: recitation. "Hello," Rober Dreyer. Jr.: recitation. "My Mother's Hand." Regina Wolter: On We Are Floating, song by school; recitation. "It Couldn't Be Done", Gerald Radig: recitation. "Keep A Trying". Mildred Faulstick; When May Her Verdant Carpet Spreads, song by school; recitation. "The Gift of Empty Hands." Gertrude Kueckcr: recitation, "Mary's Lamb". Kathleen Rusch; But Yesterday the Garden, song by school; recitation, "Nose and Eyes". Paul Furstenau; recitation. "Boy's Vacation," Robert Leininger: "On Foot I Gaily Take My Way." song by school; recitation. "Opening Number", Gerald Kuecker: recitation. "At the Zoo," Reuben Furstenau; recitation, ''Why the Cake Fell." Lorna Faulstick: The Elephant Song, by Victor Meyer. Gerald Kuecker, Rose Marie Luedtke. Lavonne Meyer and Kathleen Rusch; "Out Where the West Begins." Everett Mittag: recitation. •The Gardener's Lament". Phyllis Gengler: recitation. "When Papa Sleeps." Kermit Kuecker; Spring Flowers, song by school: recitation. When Pa is Sick, When Ma is Sick." Helen Dreyer: "The Amateur's Garden." Marvin Leininger; recitation, "The Why Boy". Ruth Pijahn: "Two Little Feet," song by Lorna Ruhnke, Marie Faulstick, Ihristina Kading, Lavonne Meyer, Rose Marie Luedtke, Kathleen Rusch, Marvin Leininger, Victor Meyer and Arthur Potratss; recitation. "Responsibility," Robert Furstenau; recitation, "Horse Sense," Marion Hintz; "French Gentian," song by school; recitation, "Success," Delores Potrats; recitation, "The Pixy Car," Arthur Potratz; recitation. "A Bad Cold,' Wendell Rusch; The Buttrefly and Bumble Bee, song by school; recitation, "Altruism", Wilbert Ruhnke: "The Toil of Day is Bending," song by school. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfeldt purchased a new Ford V-8 the past week. Mrs. Fred Tuppel, of Minnesota, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Geilenfeldt A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Tuesday. This is the second boy. Many from here attended the program given by the Whittemore Lutheran school Friday evening. Ernest Wolter returned home on Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital. He is recovering nicely from his appendicitis operation. A large crowd was present for the concert of the Little German Band at Lotts Creek Thursday evening. People from neighboring towns attended. Mrs. Wm. Buss and daughter, Anna. Mrs. Max Bast and daughter, Arlene. all from Algona, attended a birthday party of Doloris Buss Thursday. Doloris was eight years old. They also attended the band concert. Mr. and Mrs. John Potratz, Sr., and son, Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. John Potratz. Jr., and daughter, Marcene. all from Parkus Prairie, Minn., visited at the Richard Potratz home Friday. From here they left for West Gate to visit with relatives. MRS.WEISBROD, FENTON, BURNED Carrying Hot Water to Separator When She Tripped Fenton: Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod severely burned one hand and arm Friday. While carrying hot water out of the house to wash the sep- emtor she tripped and threw the water over her arm. She was attended by a local physician and at this writing is getting along nicely. Birthday Party Mary Ann Bohn and Ruth Dreyer entertained a group of boys and girls at the E. K. Johnson home on Wednesday evening in honor of their daughter, Marjorie's Ifith birthday which was Thursday June 4. Relay games formed the evening's entertainment. Guests included, Faith Finnestad, Helen and Lloyd Kern, Irene Krause, Irene Bleckwenn, Edith Wolfe, Lyle Newel, George Peril, Robert Krause, Dorothy Airhardt, Lucille Bleckwenn, Robert Votteler, Herbert Wallace, Eugene Newel, Eddie Lindsey, Maxine Jentz, Lucille Meyer, Clarence Yager, Edmund Krause and Arnold Dreyer und the honored guest. Following lunch, Marjorie opened her gifts. Visitors from St. Paul Mr. and Mr.s. Harry O'Neill of St. Paul and Florence Newel of Seiby, South Dakota, arrived here last week Tuesday for a visit at the G. W. Newel home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Newel entertained at a dinner Wednesday in honor of their guests which included also Mr. and Mrs. John Newel, Mrs. Kate Newel and Frank Builey. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill left for their home Wednesday evening. Miss Newel will spend part of her summer vacation with Fentcn relatives. She is a teacher al Selby. Mrs. O'Neill is the former Sylvia Newel. MORE THAN EVER A Favorite of the Season 79c .-e fr<eiioii-i is ah'.ay.-, a! us ».»st n, I:,.l,ii,:, Kn.<- Length Ho- .-nry. And liny -,i.jy ;,ut with no i^ al luij to ,. Tm-y have r and are ja.^t like their ions. VV'rierever gih hosiery fits (iuttrr Insurance Fred Kuecker, operator of the Fenton Creamery Co., announces that the losses suffered by the butter robberies of April 8 and May have been completely covered by insurance payments, also the butter which us being manufactured here each week has been reinsured. The local creamery manufacture** Jive tons of butter last week. bring the former's daughter, Ruth, and attend the commencement exercises there last week. They also visited friends at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters, Ruth, Alvina and Alice were six o'clock supper guests at the L. J. Weisbrod home Thursday. Donald Weisbrod, Arlo Raney, Art, Ben and Ernest Luedtke, all of this place and Joe Cashmark of Albia, brother-in-law of Don Weisbrod, left early Tuesday morning for northern Minnesota for a week's fishing. The A. A. Ridders, former Fenton residents, now of Watertown, South Dakota, were Fenton visitors last week. They had been visiting the Julius Ridders near Fairmont and were on their way to Waterloo for a visit with Mrs. Ridders' parents. Martin Peril, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl, and a medical student in State University has been named captain of Scabbard and Blade, advanced military society for next semester. He came home Wednesday evening for a visit with his parents. A daughter. Joan Eva, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christen- scn of Kenosha, Wis., at the Dr. J. A. Mueller home Monday, June 1. Mrs. Mueller and Mrs. Christen.sen are sisters. Tuesday, Mr. Christensen and his mother and Mrs. Mueller's mother, all of Kenosha, came for a vi.sit ill the Mueller home. They returned home Friday. Kuth Hantclman, daughter of Mrs. Kate Hantelman of this place, was awarded the rural education diploma by the Iowa State Teachers' college at the 60th annual commencement Monday. June 1. Mrs. Alex Hadig and son, Donald, went to Cedar Falls lasl week Monday and broughl home the former's daughter, Verona, also a student. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met in the church parlors on Thursday afternoon, June 4th. Devotion* were in charge of Mrs. C. C. Voigt. Business meeting was held and the program was in charge of Mrs. J. T. Snyder. Readings were given by Mrs. Will Weisbrod on Around Ihe World wilh '.he Juniors; Mrs. Frank McFall read In the Garden; Mrs. J. E. Snyder :ondu( ted the Mystery Box; a piano solo by Betty Ann Meyers; prayer by Mrs. Snyder. Hostesses were Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Mis. T. N. McFall and Mrs. Kale Newel. E. K. Johnson was a Mason City tju.iines.-i visitor lust weeK Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Kike and ( hildren and Kuth Kspe were at Kstherville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. K. (.'. Weisbrod accompanied by Mrs. K. L. Padgett were Spencer visitors Thursday. The G. M. Millers of Kingsted visited with their daughter. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and famiiy. Friday. Mrs. Kate Newel left Thursday alternooii for an extended v::;it with her son. I.eKoy Newel ami family at Hartley. Goedura of WhiUcinurc did .sewing fur Mrs. Ed Schmidt last week. She returned home Thursday evening. Mrs. W. H. Wolfe entertained tno Houk and Needle sewj/i^ circle last week Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. t red Newel was a guest. Kunic'.- John.son. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson of Fairville spent part of last week visiting ;it_ the F. H. Boh/i nome. Mr. and Mi's. K. C. Goelsch and Warren Snyder returned home on Wednesday evening frum a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. Walter Ohm, Pearl Higley and l.orena Dreyer were in charge of the A. H. Krause store last week while the Krause family were fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Edward Friday of Ida Gruve came last week Tuesday and visited until Wednesday at the Charles Sieiiiberk hume, Mr. Friday and Mrs. Stemueck are cousins. Mrs. Kate Hantelman and daughter. Lucille diovi.- to Cedar Falls to Armttrong Eighth Pupils Will Receive Diplomas Thursday Armstrong: On Thursday, June 11, 229 eighth grade students of the Emmet county school will receive their diplomas at the Riverside park in Estherville. The Armstrong students who are to receive diplomas are: Thelma Anderson, Betty Bunker, Mavis Wayne Dale, Myrtle Fox, Lloyd Houseman, Margie Johnson, Agnes Moore, Harold Palmer, Margie Smith, Alverda Tweedt, Leo Willson, Calista Boland, Byrl Burgess, Marjory Caboth, Warren Davis, Mavis Gangstad, Leona Johnson, Pearl Lane, Mavis Opsal, Clarice Peterson, Genevleve Thackery, Agnes Weiby and Ardys Opsal. Band Concert Plans The Armstrong high school band will hold their Wednesday evening band concerts this summer in the band wagon in front of the Central States Electric Company. The band is under the direction of Gerald Niemeyer, who will also give lessons during the summer to children from the 5th to 12th grades, who wish to try and make the band by September. The St. Mary's church choir had a picnic Sunday afternoon at Iowa Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Dundas and Martha Bunt were Mason City shoppers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Perry of Ames were Memorial Day visitors in Armstrong with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter and daughter, Marie, were business callers in Estherville Thursday. Harry Johnson from Swea City has been spending the past few days with his friend, Raymond Hoppus. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter and children, Marie, Irene and Willard visited Thursday evening at the Carl Halverson home. Miss Ethleen Mardick who has been visiting the past two weeks at the parental Raymond Mardick home, returned Sunday to Des Moines. Miss Ardella Halverson, who is employed in Fairmont, had a ton- silectomy operation Monday at the Fairmont hospital and is now at the parental Carl Halverson home recovering nicely after the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haisman and sons, John and August, motored to Chicago, Sunday where their son, John, remained to attend school. They also visited with relatives in Iowa City and returned here on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Fitzgibbons returned Tuesday from Iowa City where they went Saturday to bring their son, Leo, home who has been attending the university there. John Cum den. who also attends school there, returned with them. BANCROFT NEWS Crelghton Student Home John Kennedy who attended Crcighton University. returned home Thursday to spend the summer at the home of his mother. Mrs. Eva Kennedy. 3 From Iowa City Dorothy Spencer, Clarksville, and Antoinette Hart arrived Wednesday from Iowa City where they were students at the State University. Miss Spencer plans to visit here a week. Algona Girl Is De Paul Graduate Carlotta, daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. F. Kanouff, will graduate from IJcPaul University. Chicago, June 10, and Mrs. Kanouft" is visiting her two daughters, Carlotta and Ravenna, in Chicago for several weeks, and will be present at the exercises. Carlolta is one of three girls awarded membership in Kappa Gamma Pi. a. national honorary sorority. Kavenna is supervisor of em- eryency relief in Chicago, Eichpoint News Frank Capesius went to Fort 1 .'odjje lasl Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Johnson waa at Kenton lasl Friday visiting friends. Mrs. Kva Gardner spent last week visiting her son, Delos Gardner, in Union township. Mrs. Lloyd Clark, who has spent I the last few weeks visiting relatives in. re. vi»iud at the Ray Fitch and Forbus sStilu homes. Tile Paul Blacks. Leslie Jenkins, Tony Sorensena and Lee Hiserodl spent the day fishing at Crystal Lake last Thursday. Dorothy, Catherine and Berdie SchulU, Norrna Raney and Roberta Skilling aUendtd a picnic in the Call State Park recently. Mrs. George Johnson accompanied by her daughters. Margery and Vera, and Mm. Hugh Runny spent Sunday afternoon in Brill visiting lelulivea. Margery and Vera met their auut there and wenl to Mar- Uialllotvu to spend two weeks with her. Kinmctt Drvine Home Emmett Devine, who attended Trinity College at Sioux City, arrived home Monday to spend the Mimmer vacation with his mother, Mrs. J. A. Devine. (ifx'h to Summer School Prof. Vincent Meyers who taught in St. John's high school the past year, left last week for Iowa City where he plans to take a summer school course. Kennedy it ut Graduation Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy anc Bernard Brink returned Thursday from Omaha where they attendee the graduation exercises at Creighton University. Raymond Brink brother of Mrs. Kennedy and son o Mrs. Brink, was one of the grad uates. Mary Williams is the clerk at thi postoffice since Wednesday. Georgia Carmean left Friday fo Iowa City where she plans to taki a summer school course. Helen and Lou Lentz, Wilmont Minn., arrived Saturday for a vis it at the J. J. Nurre home. Mrs. Mary Oeslerreicher anc Mrs. Lily Wood and son, Donald Tilonka, were visitors in Bancrof Friday. Katharine Hahn, who visited a the Mrs. Eva Mason home the pas week, returned to her home ii Woodbine, Friday. Clara Nemmers le?*. Tuesday fo Chicago for a visit at the horn cf her brothtr, Ur. Edward Neni iners, who has been ill. Mrs. C. V. Skiihng and daughters Helen and Anne, arrived Saturday for a two weeks' visit at the M. A launders and C. M. Baker homes Mr. and Mrs. ,'^ee Brown, Omaha spent Wednesday at the Mrs. Pete Berens home. They left that ev tiling for Okoboji where they plan to spend ihe summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard an Mrs. George Hesse, the latter o Carroll, left Tuesday for Yakima Washington, to attend the firs Mass of Mrs. Bernhard's nephew Rev. Gaul. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Neitzcl, Bun, are the parents of an eight I ound daughter born here Wednesday. The baby is the great granddaughter of Mrs. John Haupert, Sr. Mrs. NeiUel was formerly Marcella Hatten. Frank Baker and Don Dykestrit, the latttr of PelU Friday and Saturday at thi C. M Baker home. They plan to vitit al Pella fi few days before returring to loua City where they plan to take a :=ummer school courue. wine onam FREEMAN "WHITES Keep "Spring" in your step all summer long. These handsome, cool, white oxfords not only are fashionably correct but they're the most practical oxfords 'for summer wear. It's no harder to keep them white than it is to keep a shine on your black shoes. 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