The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1930 · Page 4
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fhe May 28, 103d LONE ROCK NEWS. th* Uttfcih chtb Which was held at th Hwne tit Mrs. Alex Krueger. Lamp* returned home las Thursday ntght after a two weeks' visi with his parents at Carlyle, Illinois ' his brother, fid ward, at St. Louis goads George Button and Wm. Cameron !»*«• went to Mason City Saturday to risit OanfllnaOs play base _ „ I The winners at th* show Saturday ev- The American Legion Auxiliary held tntoft were Russell Jensen, a quart of a bake sale and poppy sale Saturday I maple syrup; Mrs. BurtW, 26 baby evening. The total proceeds amounted chicks; Russell Sharp, a one dollar bil to $22.80. J donated by the Legion Auxiliary; Jes- Mrs. Jessie Stebrite and daughters \^* A and Mrs. Kate Hawk visited nt the |wui home of Mrs. Henry Warner at Fenton Sunday. P*» ° f R * le gl « ase: ' **" * The following school teachers left Thomas Alexander Ledlle came last Friday for their respective homes n» n— i ft t the d 086 of tti* school year: Miss vt~J^ Sewlck to Burt; Miss Behrman to Bano»R; **»« Thompson to Alexander; hto Wd U« Ws to Curlew >nd Miss Rob- 8 erts to Des Molnes. Wltli the excep- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard drove tion of Miss Roberts these teachers to Glldden Sunday to visit at the have all been rehlred for the next John Hulbcrt home. Mrs. Hulbert is I term. a sister of Mr. Blanchard. ^ ^ ^ p j Eflckson and Mrs. William Quafle of Portland, family moved on Monday to Granger, Oregon, came last week to visit her I Iowa, where Mr. Erlckson accepted a parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy. I position In the high school for the corn- Mrs. Qualle was formerly Irene Mur- Ins year. Mr." Erlckson taught In the phy. The Eoderick Auto Company reports the safe of a Chevrolet coupe to Arthur Fisher of Lakota and a Chevrolet coach to Charges Scott of Burt last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen of Down- Ing, parents of E. M. Jensen and Mrs. F. B. Clemmsen of Des Molnes came Monday to visit at the E. M. Jensen home. Mrs. A. H. Hennington and daughter, Doris, of Graettinger came las week to visit at the E. M. Jensen hoim Mrs. Hennington is a sister of Mrs Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kearns am daughter, Maxlne, W. D. Kearns o Burt nnd Mrs. Wm. Gorman and son of Wesley went to Webster City tc visit with relatives Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Stiles and daughter, Vlr ginla, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Underwood and family of Des Molnes, friends o Miss Ersel Blanchard visited Sundaj at the J. M. Blanchard hgme. Mrs. E. M. Jensen entertained a num ber of friends at her home Saturday afternoon In honor of her sister, Mrs A. H. Hennington of Graettinger. Th afternoon was-spent playing bridge. Grandma Stebritz of Mason City came last Tuesday to visit Mrs. Jessie Stebritz and children at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawk. Mrs. Henry Ste- britz of Algona also visited here on Tuesday. The Flalg & Sprank Implement Company reports the sale of two-row cultivators to P. H. Kollasch, James Wadsworth, Joe EMdge and Jake Glfford, also a two-row Farm-All cultivator to Frank Becker last week. high school here and has been Uie coach for the past four years. Mr. and Mrs. Erlckson have made many friends here who regret very much to have them leave and wish them much success In their new home. A large crowd attended the last da of school here last Friday. A May fet was put on by the children entitle* "When Polly was the Queen of May. There was a wreath drill put on b the girls of the grades; a Brown! drill by the bov_s: also a bow and arro\ drill by the fourth, fifth and sixth grades; a flower girl drill and fairj drill; and also a May pole drill. Th< parents brought covered dishes, sand wlches, cakes and a delightful lunch and ice cream was served cafeteria style to a very large crowd at noon In the class rooms there was an exhibit of dresses and other wearing apparel made by the home economics class which was taught by Miss Roberts and also exhibits by the manual train- Ing class, all being very good. In the lower rooms drawings and paint- Ings were hung In the rooms which also were very good. The Lone Rock high school base ball team defeated Wesley here last week Tuesday with a score of 9 to 4. The Wesley coach, after warning his men about playing unsportsmanlike base ball took his men off the field in the .ast half of the sixth inning while Lone Rock was batting with only one man down and the score 9 to 4 In favor of Lone Rock. Batteries for Wesley were Wellick, Loyd" and Wlngert; for Lone Rock, Gross, Blanchard, John nd Lawrence Newbrough. Last week Friday the last day of school and the FENTONNEWS. Mr, and Mrs. Calvin Householder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Householder and family were entertained at the Ralph Riedel home near Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. Riedcl was formerly Lillian Householder. ^MT. and Mrs. R.E. Potter and daughter, Florence of Cornea, came last "^ednesday. Florence took her final mirations and Mrs. Potter attended er and Anderson. ast base ball game this spring the ocal team played Seneca here and ran 3 to 0. This game was a good itchers' duel between Gross of Lone ock and Schuller of Seneca. On ac- ount of the strong wind blowing against the batter it was hard to get the ball out of the infield. lach team got three hits. Seneca had the bases loaded in the fourth Inning with no outs but could not score. Batteries for Lone Rock were Gross and Lawrence Newbrough; for Seneca Schull- Mrs. O. J. Ranney has been quite ill with the measles the past week. Mr. and Mrs, J*. C. Bailey attended a bankers' meeting at Spencer Tuesday. Dr. E. W. Ruske has added an x-ray machine to the equipment In his dental office. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sundermeyer and 3. H. Sorenson were Fenton visitors Saturday. Mrs. Phillip Weisbrod has been quite 11 the past week. Dr. Peters of Burt Is attending her. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsln were Armstrong visitors at the George Wll- adson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner and family if Ledyard were entertained at the Mrs. S. Warner home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warner and arnlly were Sunday visitors at the iome of Mrs. H. Warner. The American Legion Auxiliary held bake ana poppy sale at the Bailey tore. Saturday, May 24th. Mr and Mrs. Ed. Blerstedt and faml- of Lone Rock visited at the Sam Varner home Sunday evening. The kitchen of the Methodist par- onage Is being redecorated this week by O. S. Warner and assistant. Mr. and Mrs. George Yeager of Algona visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Clarence Wagner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders of Emmetsburg spent the week end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. F. H. Bohn. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Holdorf and family were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bremer at Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and daughter, Edith, were entertained at the O. G. Schmidt home In Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller returned Thursday after a two weeks' visit at She home of their son, L. B. Miller at iCanawha. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham and amily visited with Mrs. Graham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters at Burt Sunday. Mrs. Kate Newel and F. Bailey and hildren, Hadley and Donnajean vls- ted at the Carl Ebert home in Whittemore Saturday. Miss Lucile Hantelman went to Des Molnes Monday morning, where she as employment during the summer acation months. Mrs. Kate Newel, Miss Irene Newel, e up Town. ' Long's Grocery NEAT, CLEAN and PLEASANT Phone 214-215 Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod and children, Hazel nd Maurice were Emmetsburg vlslt- rs Saturday evening. The Misses Francis Bailey and Viola Light of Britt closed their schools and arrived at their respective homes for Use summer vacation Friday. A. J. Kennedy fractured two ribs while doing work about his farm last week. Thursday. He will be unable to do his farm work for some time. The Jacob Hengel home has been released from quarantine. The patient, Cjoulse Hengel, will leave for Cedar Falls Tuesday to attend summer school. Miss Susan Hantelman returned to Minneapolis last week Thursday alter a month's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. ajad Mrs William Hantelman, ' ' ;..:.-.•- '.V i ~ F. Bailey and children and Mrs. Kate Jewel visited at the Dr. A. T. Whitlow loine in Swea City Sunday evening. Marjorle remained for an extended visit there. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohen and daugh- ;er, Mary Ann, attended a birthday party In honor of Mrs. Bohn's broth- sr, Tom Goeders at his home near Cyl- nder Sunday evening. The Robert Kyle and Ben Mitchell home were painted the past week. The Jens Nordahl barber shop and O. J. Stephenson store are being painted this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel and F. Bailey and children attended the funeral of Mrs. Louisa Helnsohn of Long Beach, California, at Algona Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Emerson Bailey of Dodge Cener, Minnesota, came Friday for a visit it the C. ,F. Ruske and F. Bailey homes. She left Saturday for Whittemore to Isit with relatives. The Mesdames P. H. Jensen, G. D. Belken, F. H. Bohn and H. C. Linday attended the Lutheran Aid society at the home of Representative J. H. Jenson last week Thursday In Sene- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys of this place, and Mr. and Mrs."Oliver Stoeber of Armstrong drove to Charles City last week r JVWVWWUVWVU^AMrAW•VWWWVU^ Rumely DO ALL * Tractor Corn Cultivating Demonstration At farm occupied by LOUIS BODE About 2% miles north of Algona on Highway No. 16. Farm known as Barr farm. Demonstration begins promptly at one p. m. Tuesday June 3 i Saturday for a few days' relatives. visit with ter and brother of Stanley Munch drove over Wednesday evening to attend the commencement exercises. Stanley WAS one of the graduates. They returned home Wednesday evening. Mesdames A. J. Ktause, Walter Jena Weber Yeagef, B. 0, Luedtke and Mw A. ft. Wlllreth attended the achievement day for the farm bureau ladles at Burt Tuesday, which was held in the Presbyterian church with ft large attendance. Over two hundred were registered. The fifth and sixth grade pupils carried out a carefully planned surprise party on then* teacher, Miss Romalne Stansberry at the E. A. Welsbrod home Monday evening. Music and games furnished the entertainment for the evening after which refreshments were served. Miss Stansborry received many beautiful gifts from her pupils. The junior high school class and their sponsor, Miss Marietta Helgason, and Miss Alice Ahrends, enjoyed a plcnlo supper Thursday afternoon at the Call State Park at Algona. When they arrived there, Mr. Wllle. park custodian, had a fire built In the shelter house, which they appreciated very much as the weather was rainy and chilly. Lorena and Ella Dreyer. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dreyer, received first and second prizes in a corn husk mat contest" given by the State Park Board, to the 4-H club members of Kossuth county. Dorena received first prize of seven dollars and a half and Ella, sec- i ond, five dollars. The board reserv' I ed the right to use all mats entered' In the shelter house at the Call State Park at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jent and daughter. Irene, of Colorado Springs, came last week Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Jentz's sister. Mrs. Louisa Heinsohn. of Long Beach, California, which was held at Algona. The Jentz's were residents here for many years before moving to Colorado and will visit their old friends and relatives before returning to Colorado. The mothers and pupils In district number nine school gave their teacher, Nettie Weisbrod, a farewell party at the close of the school. After a socially spent afternoon refreshments were served. Miss Weisbrod was presented with a beautiful handbag as a remembrance of her associations in the school Miss Weisbrod will teach the third and fourth jrrades In the local school during the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Welsbrod of Emmetsburg were Fenton callers the fore part of the week. They have Just been released from quarantine for scarlet fv- er. Mrs. Welsbrod /and son. Wallace. Miss Irene Newel and Mrs. Kate Newel will leave for Oklahoma Thursday for a visit of three weeks or more with friends and relatives. Mrs. Welsbrod Is summoned there By the serious Illness of her brother. Albert Volght, Who Is very low with dropsy. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and son, Sidney Bruce, Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Mrs. E. T. Gerkin, drove to Sioux City Sunday to see Rev. E. T. Gerkin who Is a patient in the Methodist hospital at that place. They also visited Miss Yaila Gerkin and other friends Miss Gerkin will continue teaching there during the summer months. Mrs Gerkin will remain with her daughter for an indefinite visit. The others returned the same day. The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting at the Legion hall, Monday evening, May 19th Plans were made for a Decoration Day program for this week Friday, May 30th The program will be held at the M. E. church cemetery at ten-thirty and at the Fairville cemetery at nine o'clock. Plants were purchased from the 4-H club sale for^the Legion lots at the M. E. cemetery. .Hostesses for the evening ^rere Mrs. F. C. Bailey and Mrs. A. H. Krause. tighter Gates might have keen Good Enough but Uncle Sam wanted a ^^ .A D fj I M QUILT with 730-ton steel gates, each OF SAFETY having triple compartments, the Pana ma Canal locks hove a Margin of Safety thai probably never yrill be challenged* Made for steady driving at 8O miles ana* more an hour, The Improved Togolene con stand more abuse than any one will ever think of demanding. This flo-mile-on-hour oil was made for dtrVers who regularly travel 3O, 5O or 7o miles an hour. Always/ it "takes it easy"/ giving you assurance that the time for repair bills is many thousands of miles in the future. Your car and every car needs the protection of The Improved Tag* olene's extraMargin of Safety. Begin enjoying today the feeling that all is well in the crankcase. Drive to any station dis- playingtheSkelly diamond. Algona Motor Sales wvw^^ Rev. C. B. Mitchell of Armstrong preached the Memorial sermon at the M. E. church Sunday morning in the absence of Rev. Gerkin. Rev. Johnson of Lakota had charge of the evening services. The members of the senior class hied themselves to Lost Island on Thursday forenoon for a picnic dinner and supper. The afternoon was spent in fishing and other sports. The fishermen report no luck. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rldder and family Of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lohse and family and Miss Anna Light of Armstrong and Mrs. Mary Harsch were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers Sunday. Irene Newel, who has taught the last two months of school in district number two in Fenton township, closed her school Friday. The teacher, pupils and their parents enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Call State Park at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetch and son of Waterloo arrived Friday night and will remain here for the spring and summer months. Harold obtained leave of absence from his employer and will help his father, George Goetch, on the farm. Mrs. M. Welsbrod and granddaughter, Verona, visited Wednesday at the home of Mrs. J. O. Kresensky In Algona. The Rev. Raymond Kresensky returned with them to Fenton where he participated in the commencement exercises held that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Peck, Hazel and Arlo Munch of Fort Dodge, mother, «is- The following teachers left for then- various homes Friday: Miss Marietta Helgason, to Armstrong; Miss Marjorie Kleinhexal, to Archer; Miss Jessie Romaine Stansberry will accompany Miss Harmon to Waldorf, Minnesota; Miss Alice Ahrends to her home in Ackley for a week's visit before going to her home in Moulton. Iowa. Mr. Mickllck will remain here for a week after which time he will be accompanied by a friend from Dubuque to his home in Pennsylvania^ The 4-H club held their regular meet- Ing at the home of Ardls Voigt with Vivian Glaus as hostess, Saturday of last week. Roll call was answered with "My favorite color to wear." Alice Dreyer gave an illustrated talk on seams and how to select becoming colors to wear. Music was practiced for the rally day to be held at Algona, June 4. The leader, eleven members and one visitor. Mrs. Paul Kriethe. of Burt, were present. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Commencement exercises were held in the high school assembly Wednesday evening, May 21st. A large crowd was in attendance. The following program was given: processional, Grand March, Maxine Welsbrod; invocation, Rev. Raymond Kresensky; Amaryllis, girls' glee club; address, Albert B. Mor- class, Supt. Q. D. Belken; presenta- rls, Mankato, Minnesota; presnting the tion of diplomas, President G. R. Krause; class song, seniors. After the program the graduates and their parents, school faculty and speaker were served with refreshments, consisting of brick ice cream in the class colors, rose and grey and angel food cake. A community picnic was the closing event of the school year Friday afternoon of last week. At one o'clock the following program was presented in the assembly room: Dutch dance, primary room; playlet, "The Milk Bottle Manson," fifth and sixth grades; recitation. "Boy's Compfaint," Edmund Krause; piano duet, Dorothy Stlgman and Gladys Stoeber; recitation, "The Inventor's Wife," Ruth Espey; music, girls' glee club; play, "Joys of Country Life." seventh and eighth grades. Following the program a ball game was played, witnessed with a great deal of Interest as Rodman was their successful opponent In the district finals played at Rodman. The game was won by Rodman with a score of 3 to 2. The Margin «f Safety in toy* protects thtm egolnit a cblld'i hard pThe Improved TAGOLENE OIL that. STANDS ABUSE THE IMPROVED TAGOLENE'(S"ALL PETROLEUM -CONTAINING NO ANIMAL FATS BANCROFT NEWS. Mrs. Paul Grames is on the sick list this week. Edw. Droessler transacted business at Algona Monday. Clifford Jenks of Ledyard was a Bancroft visitor Friday. Miss Helen Wilkinson spent Sunday with friends at Humboldt. Hugh Lattlmer of St. Paul spent th week end with his family here. Miss Leona Lappe left Thursday fo Dyersville for an extended visit with relatives. Tom Sherman of Algona was attending to business matters at Bancroft Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and children of Algona were Bancroft visitors Sunday. Miss Theckla Ricken of Algona spen' Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Vaske and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris of Falrmoni spent last Tuesday evening at the Henry Fox home. J. H. Sheridan Is driving a new Ford coach purchased of the Bancroft Auto Company last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elbert and children of Algona spent Sunday at th< LeRoy Schiltz home. Peter Wilhelmi and son, Gerald, left for Joliet, Illinois, to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law. The ball game between Titonka am Bancroft at Titonka was won by the former the score being 9 to 6. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGilligan and Margaret Palmer of Algona spent Sunday at the Joe Recker home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rahe and daughter, Walburga, attended to business matters at Spencer Wednesday. William Hood, Niel Garry and Rosemary Murphy drove to Fort Dodge Sunday for a visit with friends. Harry Janvrln of Webster City attended the graduation exercises of his son, Filmore, Thursday evening. A class of thirty-four children re- PvKiKif ceived their first holy communion at I^AIUUII. | at< j 0 hn's Catholic church Sunday. Rooms three, four and seven of the Central school building held an exhibit Thursday land Friday of [ast week. There were about sixty guests present in each of the rooms, most of them 1 mothers of the pupils, The exhibits consisted of the best work of each pupil duringjhe school year. It lasted from three to four p. m. and the pupils were excused from school while it was taking place. Room three held a picnic in the woods south of town last Wednesday. Miss Esther Fulton was the teacher and Miss Hjelle, the physical training instructor was a guest. Grade School Mr. and Mrs. William Rustemeier and children of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Wilbur Fox home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker drove to Belmond Thursday where they spent the day at the J. O. Underkofier home. Mr. and Mrs. William Besch of Whittemore visited'at the LeRoy Scfiiltz home Sunday. The two ladies are slaters. The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters gave a shower for Miss Evelyn Vox Tueeday evening at the o. O. F, Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menke returned from Fairmont Friday after a three weeks' visit with their sons, Al and Otto and families. J. F. Menke and A. H. Foth were at Des Molnes Thursday where they went to drive home 'new Fords for the Bancroft Auto Company. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe, Mrs. Eugene Erlckson and Mabel and Margaret Howe visited at the Rev. A. A. Howe home at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Klocke and son of Albert Lea, Minnesota, spent the week end at the home of the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill and family. R. E. Hutton left Friday for Rochester, where he will consult a specialist in regard to an ailment which has been causing him considerable trouble. Miss Marlon Thurn, who has been principal at the public school for the past year, left Friday for her home at Edge wood, Iowa, where she will spend her vacation. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Bryden drove to Troy Mills Thursday to get their daughter, Helen, who has taught in the schools there the past year.. She will teach at the Seneca school next year. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Diers and children and Mrs. Ignatius Diers of Colby, Wisconsin, left Monday for their home after a visit at the Anthony Schneider home. The latter is a sister of Mrs, Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and sons drove to Hutchlnson, Minnesota, for a visit of a few days at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kennedy and with the John Kennedy family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schlltz entertained eight tables of five hundred at their home Sunday evening^ Jl J. Nurre and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz won high scores and John Berbers and Mrs. N. B. Schiltz won the low scores. A delicious lunch was served. Presbyterian Church. Morning hours of worship from ten to twelve a. m. Evening eight to nine p. m. Let us not forget the great opportunity of public worship, while nature seems to be pouring forth unlimited praises to the Creator in every leaf and blade. The pastor expects to be able to be in the pulpit June 1st.: Life Saver Opens Friday Mrs. F. L. Tribon will open a refreshment stand, known as The .Life Saver, at the Swimming Pool Friday, May 30. Fresh Pies Baked Every Morning j Hamburgers, Ice Cream | Cones, Candy Bars, Lol- jiypops, and Cigars. Will run through season. Mrs. F.L Tribon NEW Time Pieces FROM OLD Our service department renders expert repair work. 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