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The Algona Upper Pea Koines, Algona, Iowa, April 22,1937 North East* Kossuth Page BUTLER TELLS COUNTY LEGION OF EXPERIENCES IN AFRICA Addresses Joint Session At Titonka on Last Thursday Titonka: The joint county meeting of the American Legion prets and Auxiliary units wns hrid on Thursday evening at R:30 at the Methodist church basement. D. C. Hutchison, county commander, ore- aided during the regular business routine. Mrs M. S. Craven as Auxiliary president gave a short talk, as did J. Luther Miller, post commander. A highway safety talk was given by Patrolman Albert Sterzlng, Algona. Mr. Butler of Algona gave the address of, the evening on his experiences as a mining engineer in Africa. The Buffalo consolidated school band played several selections. NOTES ON COUNTY AUXILIARY MEETING The county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the W. J. Denton home with Mrs. Graham of Hurt, county chairman presiding. A nominating committee with Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wesley, chairman, Mrs. Boettcher, Hurt, and Mrs. M. S. Craven, Tftonka. A report of conference held in Des Molnes in February was given by Mrs. Graham. A one-act play, "Farewell Cruel World" was given by Alice Kuchenreuther, Geraldine Bruns and Charles Beed. The play had been coached by Jean French. This was one of a series of one- act plays coached by the selected seniors given at school under Miss Margaret Lee. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by the hostess unit A good representation of the county units was pres- Thnrndajr Bridge Club The Thursday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Pierre Sartor Mrs. George Bonacker made high score and Mrs. Roy Budlong low Mrs. George Bonacker and Mrs Antone Pannkuk were guests. Mrs. Pannkuk was asked to take the place In the club left vacant by the moving away of Mrs. Ray Bonacker. To Wisconsin Funeral Rev. and Mrs, A. Killan, north and east of town, left Saturday afternoon for a point In Wisconsin In response to a call to attend the funeral for her half-brother, who had passed away recently. Rev. Killan returned Monday. Gets Ames Position M. S. Craven and Gladyce Boggess drove to Ames Saturday to see about a position with the O'Neal Dairy Company there, which Miss Boggess accepted and left Monday morning to enter upon her duties as bookkeeper and accountant ent. The spring conference will be held in Algona May 11th. M. E. Mission Group The Women's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church met Tuesday evening at the parsonage with Mrs. W. L. Patterson. Mrs. R. L. Krantz was leader of the lesson on "Racial Understanding," reviewing the last chapter. Mrs. Ray Miller, a guest, became a member. Eight were present. FOR SERVICE lect to see us now about your RUG GLEANING CURTAINS AND GRAPES SUITS AND DRESSES ALSO WGOL BLANKETS „„ _., M'lle- Nelson travel pri Our Moth Proof System is!'""' win Boyken * I hiilinr <: A r fl • Tfi .1 Guaranteed! Tlione 537 and our wugon \vlll cull. Modern DRY CLEANERS <*«»»»•««»«»•»»»»«»•»»»+» Rev. and Mrs. Schoenlein have not been very well the past week. Many from here attended the musical given by the schools at Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petersen returned Monday afternoon from a week's stay at Canlstota, South Dakota. The Buffalo consolidated school band played Sunday evening at the Ramsey Reformed church north of town. Rev. Calvin Schnucker is the pastor. George Sonnenberg left early Sunday in response to a call that his uncle at Parkersburg was critically ill. Mr. Sonnenberg returned Monday evening. Miss Edith Budlong of Hampton and Dr. Maye Budlong of Waterloo came Saturday evening to visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Heraldson and family. Miss Agnes Haugen was somewhat under the weather last Thursday and was unable to be abou for a few days. Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Ordale anc Levine and Mrs. J. E. Olson were luncheon guests of Mrs. C. O. Le- grled last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauakin and Maynard of Blue Earth and Oscar Legried. Carrel and Bona spent Sunday at the Oscar Frandles. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin and Maynard and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson and Mllford were Sunday evening visitors at the Adrian Hauskins. their monther, Mrs. Frances Budlong and other relatives. They returned Sunday evening. On Friday evening the members of the other dinner bridge club held their last party of tne season at the Dr. R. C. Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe were high scoring •ouple and Mr. a-d Mrs. Roy Bud- iong low couple. Krs. Carrie Eonarker had the iris'ortuiiR *o injure her right hand in the wringer of the washing machine Monday whil? 'doing the family wash. A doctor was called and prescribed treatment for the Injury. It wis thoi.-ylic no hones were broken. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton entertained the following guests Sunday at dinner: Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Winter, son, Gerald and daughter Delores of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. James Winter and Robert Trenary of Gilmorc City, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Johnson of Perry and Mrs. Fred Heberlein of Emrnetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast, Mrs. Andrew H. Hansen and Mrs. J. F. Kiaher attended Eastern Star chapter meeting Tuesday evening at Curt. At this meeting Mrs. Sor- enscn was installed as associate conductress; Miss Jennie Thompson, Martha, and Mrs. J. F. Fisher, Ruth. After the closing of chapter, refreshments were- served by the committee In charge. The low scoring couples of the winter scries of the Thursday evening auction bridge club held their piirty for the high scoring co'iple Wednesday evening at the Will Boyken home. High scoring lady was Mrs. Carl F. CallieN and high man, Carl F. Cullies. Low scoring lady was Mrs. Martin Bleich and low rnun, Raymond Krantz. Dr. TorgiTHen received the chair prize, for K'lme prize for and auction briil;,'? followed. 42LAKOTANSAT MUSIC FESTIVAL Girls' Trio, Instructor Earn Well Deserved Praise Forty-two persons from here attended the music festival at the Algona high school auditorium Saturday and report it as an exceptionally splendid event. The program waa composed of orchestras, glee clubs, etc. Three Lakota girls, Betty Ley, Elizabeth Rahmstock and Margaret Schroeder sang two numbers. Mary Templeton, local music director, was in charge of the girls' glee club. BONFIRE IGNITES LEDYARD GAR AGE Johnson Boys, Blinded by Lights Crash Into Cement Bridge Hebron News OM -tr Fran trip to Alyoii Mrs. i. '\i>t N'cl.son spent Friday night with the Hohns. i Otis Midthun and family 1 Sunday ;st the O Mm Kn^um ' Krn.-t. 1 Hoyd Ti.den a-siMcil Mrs. Will- Miii Hoi-Inn with haiiKinx paper In.-' le rnaile a business liitit Monday. last pent near Mrs. Samuel Warburton suffered an attack of flu last week but is reported recovering. The Jenkins family from Irvington township were visitors at the J. H. Warburtons, Sunday evening. The Rev. Nelson drove to Algona Saturday to attend a district Epworth League meeting at the Rev. Muhlemans. Mrs. H, D. Mussmnn, Sr, and Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Jr., spent Friday visiting at the F. C. Kiester home in Elmore, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau went to Chicago Friday on a business mission and to visit Walter's brother and family there. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dow, Sheffield were Sunday visitors at the H. D. Mussmans. Mrs. Dow is a daughter of Mrs. Mussman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Paulson and family of Albert Lea, Minn., spent Sunday visiting at the Louis Hansens. Mrs. Paulson is a sister of Mr. Hansen. The William Schroeders arc remodeling their home in the northeast part of town and also building an addition with a bath room, breakfast room, etc. Mrs. Emma Smith, Lakota, her daughter, Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, fljid Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton spent Sunday visiting at the F. G. Torlnes near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson, of Klemme, came Sunday for a visit with their son, the Rev. Nelson. Mr. Nelson returned home Sunday evening, but Mrs. Nelson remained for u longer visit. Mrs. Emory Smith and little son Dick, spent several days last week visiting at the Roy Farrington's, of Montgomery. They brought them home Saturday evening and spent the time visiting relatives here. The young people of the Methodist Sunday School class held their regular monthly party at the J. H. Warburtons Friday evening. The Rev. Nelson and Irene Inlay had charge of entertainment and the evening was spent playing various games. The boys of the class had charge of serving the lunch and also washed the dishes. The girls enjoyed the change in routine. The young people of the Methodist .Sunday .School class held tht-ir regular monthly party at the J. H. Warburtons Friday evening. The Hev. Nelson and Irene Inlay had charge of entertainment and the evening was spent playing various games. The boys of the class had charge of serving the lunc.h and also washed the lii.-.hcs,. The girls enjoyed the change in routine. Auditor at Lakota I.akota: County Auditor E. S. Kinsey will be in Lakota Saturday, April 'i\ to help those from Lini oln and Ledyard townships with thiir application blanks for tax reductions on homesteads. Ledyard: There was quite a little excitement Monday shortly after one o'clock when the fire alarm sounded. A bonfire had gotten out of control and set the Rev. A. A. Depping's garage on fire—but they soon had the fire under control and very little damage was done. SO Yean Wed Mrs. H. D. Mayne states that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qua Nuenfeldt of Alden, greatly enjoyed :helr 50th wedding anniversary. Their four children and all of the grandchildren except one were present beside*, many other relatives. Including dinner and dur- ng open house there were 106 who called. The dinner and open house were held at the home of a daughter, Mrs. F. A. Barhtte, aa Mrs. Vuenfeldt has not been in the best of health. The color scheme of gold and white was carried out in the decorations and menu. A large layer cake In tapering sizes that required 49 eggs decorated the center of one table. Crash Oment Bridge Ben and Leonard, sons of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Johnson, were injured in an auto accident the past week. It was at night and being blinded by the lights from another car, they ran into a cement bridge. Leonard received a broken arm and both were badly cut about the face, but are improving nicely. Shower for Mrs. Plngle Mrs. N. A. Pingle, Mrs. Peter Johnson and Mrs. Edward Halverson were hostesses at. a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Lawrence Pingle, formerly Adelaide Randall, on Saturday afternoon at the former's home. Guests from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs Weber, Mrs. Frit*, and Mrs. Hftl- verson, all of Albert Lea; Mrs. Halverson of Rake; Mrs. Peter Loofl and daughter, Mrs. Fred Looft of Swea City. Mrs. George Thompson was at Blue Earth Monday. Lawrence Mayne was at Albert Lea Monday on business. L. W. Wlemer and George Hagge were at Algona Monday. The Harlan Perslgs of Blue Earth spent Sunday at the Fred Baumanns. Mrs. Louise Norland of Marshalltown Is visiting her brother, Wm. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended the music festival in Algona Saturday night Jimmy, son of the Wm. Lloyds, was taken sick Sunday night and the doctor was called. Jean Gabel Is suffering with a sprained ankle received while playing klttenball Friday. Fred Ploeger has been putting n the front of the new theatre at Elmore the past week. The Richard and Alfred Zlel- skes spent Sunday with the Harvey Jackson In Spirit Lake. The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese of Lakota called at the Arthur Zlel- skes and Fred Bnumanns Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Barslou. son Jerry and Alyce Hagge called at the Charles Fox home In Bancroft on' Saturday. Jule Seifert's grading crew started work digging the basement on Monday for Fred Pfoegvrs's brick house. Chas. Baahara served lunch at his store Saturday afternoon In honor of his sixth anniversary In business here. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zlelske Friday morning. The Ziektkes have two other children, both girls. The George Thompsons and the Leon Wordens have had new sidewalks laid in front of their homes and up to the house. Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen had a few playmates in Friday afternoon In honor of Jerry's sixth birthday. They enjoyed a wiener roast. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brandt and I family of Hubbard spent Sunday at the parental August Knoners and Mrs. Brandt stayed to help care for her mother. Mrs. H. M. Dyer went to Rochester the past week to go through the Mayo Clinic there. They returned home on Friday, but went back to the clinic this week Thursday for further medical attention. Albert Barnes drove to Armstrong Sunday and Mrs. Barnes, who had been there the past week, returned home with htm. Her mother, Mrs. Erlckson, still remains In very poor health. Mrs. Lars Skaar accompanied the Martin Tokelms of urant and her aunt, Mrs. Louise Norland of Mar- shalitown to Cylinder Monday to visit another aunt, Mrs. N. J. Norland whose husband passed away Saturday. The Leon Wordens visited Mr. Worden's niece, Coreen Hefler at the Fairmont hospital Sunday. She Is the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knlph Hefler of Granada. Minn., and had undergone an operation for appendicitis. Friday night the following basketball people enjoyed a skating party and picnic at Interlaken: mi- wood Qr*«n, Bernard Anderson, Wiry Baumann, Arlowe Blome, Maynard Warner, Duaae Thompson. Lurene Lloyd. Geneva Gelhaus, Mfcrjorie Burne*. Henrietta O'Reefe and Marvel Drew. Mr. Granner and Curt Bfoteke took car*. Lakota Legion To Sponsor Ball Team Lakota; The regular meeting of the American Legion WM held last week Monday at the City hall with 16 members present. The matter of a Junior League baseball team wit! discussed and Walter Leslie wit appointed to line up the boys wtNf are Interested In playing. Mr. Le*» He reports the money Is now rego*? with which to finance the team and those Interested are requested M get In touch with him. Mr* Row Lloyd and her son, Harold, left Sunday for Kansas Qty, in r**pcn»« to word that their son and brother. James waa crlt- k*lty III in a hospital there with Infection. H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against low or damage. Equipped to do an kinds of draylng and hftuJ'ng, 33-tf CONCERTS MENNFSINOER MEN'S GLEE CLUB IOWA State Teachers College HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Friday afternoon, 1 o'clock Admission, 5c and 15c Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock HIGH SCHOOL BAND and ORCHESTRA CONCERT AUDITORIUM Admfealbn, lOc and 15c i - i **- j **^- i ^ w J*pw*''j*p""Vv*vW¥oww¥p»p»p»^ How to Start the Evening Off Right Let Klrsch's Recondition your entire Spring Wardrobe Remember, your date cares just as mudh how you look as you do. When you're careful in the appearance of your clothes, make sure everything is just so, he's bound to be pleased no end. Kirsch's cleaning will keep you looking your best. You'll be fresh as a daisy, and feel as good as you look. And best of all Kirsch 's cleaning costs no more than ordinary methods. Ph. 2<i7 Kirsch's Laundry & Dry Cl 8xoxxK&o&csee8^^ To The First 35 Children At Our Saturday Matinee Registering for Juvenile Amateur Hour . . . when you use SHERWIN-WILLIAMS FLAT-TONE Kelt's Wall Beauty that't practical, toe I • There's nothing quite like S-W Flat-Tone wull paint in »heer, velvet-smooth beauty. "It's a perfect background for furniture ond drapery," lay Interior decorators. But there's more than meets fhe eye in this beautiful paint. Flat-Tone washes easily. Just use soap and water. It's easy to apply. Come to OUAIf our *tore and see **** the 16 smart colors. 8OO Avallabl* la larger packagM, too Lusby's Drugs PAINT HEADQUARTERS tn< e <(.-! U.fl .',[ afternoon with Mr.s Mali,,..son. Hin ilau.-.km purchased an h'i. ar rt faun south r.f Alden, Minn . Just u-etk. Mr. and Mr.-. Osiar Fiandlc and fannlv were Aibi.il I., a shoppers la:-t Friday. Air. ami Mrs. H;irv. y Thompson j ami family .•.pent Sunday at tl.e ; .Sidniy Krooi'li-' j N H .NVl.-cjn ul M. Call.-ljurg was | a bu>itji'.-.s ra.Uer at !lie S,jm ",Viii- Lt-rs last Haluiday. Peter Peter.ion has been bu.-y tills week doing bunie repair work (or Oscar Frandle. Tile Carl Andersons attended a .-huwcr on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Enij- i-lby la:-t Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs ().->rar Krandle and ( family .spent last Friday night at | the Anhie Ki ,,.,ule--i. Hake. ! Mr. itnd Mrs. Selmer Maliie.Min and lamily spent lust Saturday nij-rht at tin- ().,ear Frandles. *. ijrnell Anderson of Mason, C'lty hpejit last Thursday with Ilia brol h- tr, A. K. Anderson of Stevens. Mr and Mr:. Edgar Muthesun spu.t last Suinl.iy with her parent., Mi iiiid Ml.-. .NM, Hauyen. Mr and Mi:-. Li uni^ Quuin and family of Kiu.,t spi-ht last Wed- i»ei,(.l,iy nigni ,a i| iv Otia Midthun home. .:,-elll William Zai kanason started to work witn L. J. Woiden'.i carpenter crew Monday. ISN'T I' . .• uuct Oil Johnson D-X Station }.-:. State THIS BOOK FREE Doors Open at 1 p. m. 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