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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 10,1936 Burt School's New $44,000 Addition To Be Dedicated Friday, Nov. 13 CAN SEAT 650 FOLKS NICELY; A FINE STAGE Will Gave The Common ity A Much Heeded Improvement Burt: Dedication of the $44,000 addition to the Burt school will ''take place this Friday evening, Nor. 13, with an interesting program of events. Mr. Hamilton of Mason City will •Rive the main address of the evening. Mr. Steffy, regional school supervisor for the state, will also be present and give a short talk, Condlt Bowie, superintendent of schools, stated. The exercises will be held in the new auditorium. Only the installation of window shades and lockers remains to be dome in the new addition. The gymnasium floor will be relaid this week and be in immediate readiness for use. Bleachers for the •gym will consist of five tiers ol aeats, about 70 feet long, and will seat approximately 260 people. The •stage will be 40 feet wide and 16 feet deep, and can seat a 60-plece band or a chorus of 100 members. A total of 620 can be seated in the gymnasium, and school authorities are In hopes that the dedication exercises will fill the beautiful new addition. Oeto Mail Contract The contract for carrying the mall between the post office and the depot, has been given to John Kachcnreuther, who will begin his duties Nov. 16. Lohse, as hostess. Marie Carter entertained the Walther League that evening. The H. 3. Johns will move out with Mr. John's mother, Mrf. J. J. John, soon. The Martin Griese family will move into Mrs. Sheldon's house which will be vacated by the Johns. lone Moyer took her friends, Helen Schrader, Helen Thompson, Helen Schwletert and Margaret Mor- ness to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday evening, where she entertained them at dinner at the Royal Four Hundred club. Mrs. D. L>, McDonald and two children and Elma Boettcher returned a week ago Sunday from Wllmar, Minn., where they had spent several weeks with Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson. Supt and Mrs. Condit Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hulin, Glenn Anderson, Charlotte Warrior, Helen Wade, Erna Baars, Alice Eighme and Frances Vaughn attended the state teachers' convention at Des Moines last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Mabel Lund, delegate to the Rebekah Assembly, attended the Rebekah lodge meeting Thursday evening and gave a report of the meeting of the Rebekah Assembly. Other Algona ladies attending were Mrs. Will Dehnert, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Behrends, Mrs. Esther Barton and Mrs. Ed Bartlett. WESLEY COUPLE PLANVMTO HOLLAND HOME 4 Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Gtrem- mer to Visit Place of Their Birth FIRE IN POULTRY rTRM,_WESTBEND But Bucket Brigade Puts Flames Under Control Installing New Scale The Farmers Elevator Company is having a large 9x34 foot truck scale Installed Just east of the of- floe. It U a Morse-Fairbanks scale of all steel and concrete construction and is equipped with automatic dial. The Williams Construction Co. of Des Moines is Installing the scale. A new drive has also been made in the elevator. Mrs. Carl Bahling was hostess to the Busy Bee club Friday afternoon. Mra Annie Horton, Bancroft, «pent Thursday at the W. E. Stahl home. Mrs. Thoburn Spelcher has been •confined to her home by Illness the past week. Mrs. John Kuchenreuther will •entertain the Birthday circle on Thursday afternoon. Robert Richardson, New York Oty, visited his aunt, MlM Mattie Warner, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blerstedt and ««nghter, Leon*, w«re SPprt Dodge vtolton laet Wednesday. Mra. Will John, Maxwell, is mak- img an extended visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. J. John. The American Legion Auxiliary •«rill serve a banquet to all ex-ser- •rtoe men on Armistice day evening. The Rev. Joseph Doms and J. P. Stow attended a Presbytery meeting at Fort Dodge lost week Tuesday. The Presbyterian Mite society cleared about $106.00 at their el- *«t!on day dinner and bazaar last ••reek. The Masonic Hall Is being redec- ••rated and water la being Install«4. The rest room Is also being modernized. Ed Moyer and daughter, lone *Bd Helen Schwletert visited relatives In Des Moines from Sunday te Wednesday. Rachel Clapsaddle, Iowa City student, was among those attend- zmg the Minnesota-Iowa football game Saturday. Fred JLavrenz and his crew of ...arpenters are erecting a new barn •na the farm occupied by Mrs. Car- rte Ackermann. Katherine Elvidge went to Ames Thursday evening to spend the week end at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Elmer Nelson. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and two children spent from Thursday to Maturday with Mra. Rlebhoff's sister at Bricelyn, Minn. E. H. Pankuk entered the Vet- trans' hospital at Den Molnea a •eek ago Monday for treatment and a possible operation. The American Legion and Auxiliary met last Tuesday evening. The Legion made plans for a .leather party to be held Nov. 12. The U. and L Circle met last Friday afternoon at the home of Ura. A. G. Volentine with Mrs. Harry Putz aa assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Jeas Dugan entertained the R. F. Elvldges, Robert Leasons and Roy Rlngsdorfs at a duck dinner last week Tuesday •evening. The Methodist official board met laat Wednesday evening. Plans were made for a preaching mission to be held during the week begin alng Nov. 16th. Mrs. Hans KoeaUer, Ed Moyer aad Mr. and Mrs. R- E. Moyer attended the funeral of Ed Moyer's sister. Mrs. Will Brown, at Orient, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dau and Mrs. B. E. Kearas returned last Wednesday from a week's visit with relative* at Cedar Rapids, •City and Des Hoinea. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Luella Bleich attended a county postmasters)' meeting at the home ol Portmaater Walter Lealie at Lak- •ota Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steward and son and Mr. and Mra, Leonard Draper, Algona, spent a week ago Sunday at the Mra, Herman Zeigler home in Mr. and Mra, J. G. McDonald 4rov« to DoUlver Friday afternoon and from there accompanied Mr. •nd Mrs. Oliver Stow to Mlnneap- clte to attend the MlnnetoU-Iowa West Bend: Fire, caused by an overheated stove, in the poultry room at the Hakes Company produce plant, Monday morning of Inat week, caused considerable excitement for a short time. One of the workers had built up the flre, and neglected to shut the stove. A number of boxes sitting nearby caught flre and the flames were filling the room, when Glenn Blair, who was loading a truck outside, saw the flames and spread the alarm. The men soon formed a bucket brigade and had the fire under control. The building Is a wooden structure and Is owned by Myron Boos, the manager of the company. Miss Ivadei Cleal of Iowa Falls, cnme Monday, for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Myron Boos and family. Mrs. Myron Boos entertained on Monday evening at a bridge party in honor of her sister, Miss Ivadei Cleal of Iowa Falls. Jas. Dunn and daughter, Marie, drove to Fort Dodge to visit Mrs. Dunn, who has been in the hospital there for some time. Stephen B. William, who teaches in a college In Canton, Missouri, came Thursday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Ida Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rlley, Miss Ida and Oscar Rlley drove to LJv- ermore, Sunday, and visited with Oscar'u slater, Mrs. Frank Collins and family. Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Gremmev left by car Sunday, their ultimate destination being their old home In Holland, where they will visit They will drive to New York city, and embark on the "Queen Mary" for Paris. From Paris, they will finish the journey by car, to avoid the North Sea, which is stormy at this time of year. The Gremmers are farmers northeast of Wesley and their children will carry on the farm work during their absence. At Sales Banquet J. P. Studer, manager of the K. & H. Oil station here, Arlo Dawson and Directors Simon Hlrner, Andrew Gollner, B. J. Widen, W. S, Cosgrove, also Eric Erlckson and Art Larson, Corwith, attended a sales meeting and banquet arranged by the Quaker Petroleum Company at Hotel Hanford, Mason City, last Thursday evening. The speakers were sent by the company. The annual Methodist bazaar anc supper, to have been given Saturday, has been postponed to this week Saturday, because of conflici with the school play. The Legion Auxiliary is cooper ating with Mrs. L. L. Lease, Re< Cross chairman, in the Red Cros: drive, which begins November 1: and closes at Thanksgiving. Gordon Loebig returned recently from a visit with relatives at LIs- more, Minn. He visited his uncle, Frank Loebig, his mother's brother, S. A. Jansen, and his mother's cousin, Mrs. S. W. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cook, Aurelia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glddings. Gerald and Milton were school-boy chums at the time of the pastorate here of Gerald's father, the Rev. R. E. Cook. Herbert Johnson, who has been ill for some time at the home of his sister, Mrs. Esther Skow, left for St. James, Minn., last Thurs day to visit his brother, Edwin. Herbert is taking a Diesel engineering course at the Dunwoodle school, Mankato, but lost time be- eause of his sickness. The Thursday bridge club met last week with Mrs. Ihno Gerdes. Mrs. L. H. Klelnpeter won high and Mrs. Grattidge travel prize. Urs. J. W. SSerbe, mother of D. J. Zerbe, and Mrs. Matilda Segner, mother of Mrs. John Grattidge, were guests. The former is from Clarion, the latter from Eddyville. The evening mixed bridge club met with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer last week Wednesday, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson won high, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McMahon second. Door prize was won by Mrs. Bonnstetter. Last Thursday afternoon the feminine members of the same group, who make up the afternoon bridge club, met with Mrs. L. Goetz, and at this meeting Mrs. McMahon won high, and Mrs. Dawson second. The Legion Auxiliary met at the rooms last Thursday evening, Mrs. Edith Ward, hostess. Plans were made for the joint county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary, to be held here Thursday evening, November 19. Mrs. Martha Whistler, Coon Rapids, eighth district committeewoman, will be on the program. The local unit has sent five dollars to headquarters to be used in purchasing clothing for this unit's "adopted" boy, Robert S., the little son of a veteran. MRS. BOB HARVEY ENTERTAINS M,D. CLUB;25ATTEND Next Meeting Nov. 19 at Home of Mrs. L. Bode Union: Mrs. Robert Harvey was hostess to the Mothers and Daughters club last Thursday, Nov. 5th. Twenty-five guests were present. Mrs. Toe Zanke, Mrs. Harvey's mothetf, assisted In entertaining. Roll call was answered by "The Most Important Thing in My Life." Julia Taylor read n paper on "Uncle Sam's Hired Help." Sadie Gustafson gave a paper on the British Isles", Mary Wood gave "New Friendships and Sisterhood of the Rural Party Line." Lunch was served at the close of the program. The next meeting will be Nov. 19, at the home of Mrs. Louis Bode. She will be ae- nlsted by Mrs. Mary Kcefe. The program consists of music by Clara Thompson and Mnry Wood. "Trailer Life" by Mrs. George Boevers was a business visitor at Mason dty last Friday. Mrs. Mary Keefe visited at the Andrew Hansen home nt Tltonka recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kesselring j Adrls Peterson Brown In District nnd son of St. Joe, were visitors at No. 2. the Ralph Kesselring home recently- Miss Natalie Mann Is teaching the school formerly taught by Mrs. Mary Gisch had her tonsils removed by Dr. Clapsaddle of But last Thursday and has resume* her teaching at Pioneer. ril leave it to You says the J Skelly Tailor Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett and son, Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and son, Stewart, drove to Des Moines last Thursday. Mrs. Keith Strayer, Mrs. Donald Cook and their mother, Mrs. Ben Gould drove to Mason City one day last week. Mrs. Gould stopped off at the Soren Didricksen home Mrs. R. M. Gardner who has >een visiting at the home of her laughter, Mrs. Chester Bailey, left ast Thursday for a visit at the icrne of her son, Floyd, of Plum reek. Spelling Party Union: The pupils of District No. S enjoyed a spelling contest and a Hallowe'en party afterward recently. Mrs. Ellen Steussy Is teacher. 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