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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 13, 1931
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Baccalaureate Sermon Held at Ledyard Ledyard, May 12. Special: On Sun day evening at eight o'clock the bac calaureate service was held for the class of 1931 in the school auditorium The following was the order of th • services: Processional, Mrs. Barrett Song, congregation. Scripture and prayer, Rev. Depping Selection, high school Orchestra Announcements, Rev. Depping Sf*lf»f*Hr\ti "CHI *!•*!• -fcT— A* •-_! Sermon, Rev. Johnson. Selection, girls' glee club. Benediction, Rev. Depping. •«,,f e fh f ohnson ln hls sermon pointed .1,* H??..Z? must either live a life of and GOOD HOPE NEWS. ^ Br P esder famUy s P ent Sun- the home of Mrs Broesder's t at Brother, Kobus Tjaden, at Titonka _*£• a «d Mrs. James Knoll spent Mothers Day at the C. B. Mitchell Borne at Armstrong. Mrs. Mitchell returned home with them and will remain here during the week. Please note and advertise lamong your friends the change of the hour of our services. We are now on a sche dule of a half hour earlier. Sunda School begins at ten o'clock and wor ship at eleven. Mrsjfenry Engstrom returned honn on Sunday with her young son recent }y kern at the Kossuth hospital. Shi. left the hospital on Friday of last week going to the home of her sister, Mrs Otto Engstrom, for a few days. Sorrow entered the Noble Mltchel home with the loss of the twin babies recently born to Mrs. Mitchell. One of the children died soon after birth the other passing away on last Wednesday. Friends Join in sympathy. Rev. and Mrs. Wood attended the Algona subdistrict meeting of preachers and their wives at Hurt on Monday of this week. The group was entertained by Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton the IBurt pastor and wife. Business of im. portance was given consideration bs the pastors while during the same period the ladles had under discussion matters of interest in their own particular sphere of activity Mr. and Mrs. Henry Treptow and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Treptow and three daughters of Westgate came last Saturday afternoon for a week end visit "with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Treptow. The group visited the grotto at West Bend on Saturday and attended church services at Good Hope on Sunday. The visitors returned home on Sunday afternoon. Messrs. Henry and William Treptow are half-brothers and Albert Treptow is the former's son. A splendid audience requiring extra •seating capacity gave interested attention to the Mothers' Day service of •special music, dialogue and address on last Sunday at Good Hope. Still another treat is in store for friends of Good Hope church on next Sunday The Upper Des Moines-Republican, May 13, 1931 Mrs-William , . r. W. I. Doods and Rev. and Mrs. Wood drove to Fenton on Monday evening to hear an address by Dr. E. R. Fulkerson, world traveller, former vlce-coun- sul at Nagaski, Japan, educator and representative of the World Service Board of the Methodist church He spoke of his personal experience and intimate knowledge presenting some startling facts of an unusual character. It was an opportunity of high value not met with often in a life time. His address was much appreciated by an audience for too small in numbers. $®$B&0&!®y^^ WHITTEMORE NE when we observe rural life Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Woisbrod of Fenton will give an interesting fend feppniiplriate address on "Children's Gardens". Other features of interest will compose a program which should be worth while. A welcome to all is extended. X88X&0®^^ A baby was born the past week to Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Harris. John Lynch and a friend of Spencer were guests at the Timothy O'Brien home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Garner were guests at the Frank Far•ell home Sunday. The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloy- slus Dahlhauser has been suffering with an abscess on his neck. A baby girl was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bleckwenn in Fan-field township. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and laughters of Ledyard visited Sunday t the Henry Felder home. The Iowa Blues orchestra will play for a dance in the Higgins hall on Friday evening of this week. A baby girl was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Will Rusch. There is one other child, a boy in the family. A baby boy was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert. The Elberts now have four boys and one girl. Miss Leona Haag and Elmer Lawson of Sioux City came from Sioux City on Monday for a visit with Mrs. Peter Haag, Sr. Herman Zumach, proprietor of the meat market was in Des Moines thu first of the week attending a grocers' convention. Tom Well- who has been working on the country roads hurt his back while at work one day last week and was laid up for several days. M r.^and^Mrs ; into shape for his bout in Fort Dodge next Monday evening. Vincent Elbert, son of Mrs. Lena Elbert had several ribs broken when ha fell in the corn crib. The young man was up on a ladder in the crib when ft round broke and he fell ten feet to the floor. Harvey Oliver and daughter, Irene, came from Waseca, Minnesota, Sunday and returned home Monday, taking with them Helen Oliver, who had undergone an operation for appendicitis In Algona two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey came Monday from Tulsa, Oklahoma for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir. Mrs. Dailey was formerly Marie Weir. The Daileys have been living In the south for several years but will now try to locate in the north. Beulah Carlisle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlisle, has been elected to teach the first and second grades of the consolidated school at Cylinder for next year. Miss Carlisle has had experience in the rural schools of Kossuth county and has been attending college in Lincoln, Nebraska 'for a year. Luclen Muerer arrived home last Tuesday from a visit with his sister, Mrs. Anna Franz and family In Menominee, Michigan. The day before Lucien arrived In Menomlnee the J. W. Wells Lumber Company which covers 32 acres was wiped out by fire at a loss of $1,000,000. The entire city was threatened and families had left their homes to seek safety. The altar boys and choir of St. Michael's church enjoyed their annual picnic in Blackford Park in Algona on Tuesday. Rev. Father Velt, Mrs. Seth B. Cairy, Mrs. James Kelso, Mrs. Nell Farrell, Cecelia and Susan Besch, Otto Kaschmitter, Wm. Littleton, Mrs. Rlng- ler and Miss Kissner drove the cars and acted as chaperons. This is one day in the year when this crowd of boys and girls have all the "hot dogs" and Ice cream they can hold. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Doyle received word from their son, Carl that he would be going east soon. Carl belongs Fenton News Items Miss Margie Kleinhexal spent the wek end with Miss Marietta Helgasor at her home in Armstrong. Verdell Lauritzen of Whittemore spent the week end at the homes of Kathleen Llndsey and Mrs. Harrj Haase. Martin Hantelman and his carpentei crew left last Wednesday for Rochester where he has some unfinished work to complete. A. H. Krause went to Des Moines on Sunday to attend a wholesale grocers convention. He expects to be gone until Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and family of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. . C. Bailey and family were guests Sunday at the Frank Bailey home. Invitations were received here last week from Byron Fender of Conrad, who Is a graduate this year. The Fenders are former residents here. The M. E. Aid society meeting will be postponed until May 21. Hostesses will be Mesdames Chas. Newel, C F. C. Laage, O. J. Ranney and John Meyers. Gertrude Behnke, who is employed in Chicago, arrived Saturday for a visit with her parents, Professor and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Edwin Mallory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory, is very sick with an attlack of pneumonia. Edwin Js a freshman in high school. Mrs. Herman Lauck, who was so badly injured by falling in front of the disc last week, was reported es improv- ng at the hospital Monday. Susan Marte returned to her home n West Bend Monday after submitting o an operation for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital the week before. Harold Roth enjoyed a visit from his 'riend, Lynn Bauer of Mason City for everal days last week. The two boys were employed In a radio shop at one Ime in Mason City. The first five grades of the academy ntertained at a closing program in the to the 47th Pursuit Squadron, U. B. Air Corps, stationed at Mather Field Mills, California. He wrote that the squadron would leave California May 10 with forty airplanes and would be In the east thirty days to take part in maneuvers with other air squadrons. They will pass over Iowa following a route close to that flown by the transcontinental air mall. Carl has been in the army for several years. He will not have a chance to visit at home during this flight. auditorium Sunday evning. They play- d to a full house and all enjoyed the ittle folks immensely. Joe Goeders, son of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Goeders, who live near Cylinder, •ent to Minneapolis Saturday to get SWEA CITY NEWS. XMOwxax^^ VWWWVWWVWWYUWWWWWUWVWU1A Senior Class of 1931 How about a gift for them? While there are many gifts frofm which to choose a nice BOX OF CANDY would be appropriate in some instances. If interested we will be glad to show you some very acceptable gifts in our line. ; .' Always the Best of Candies at the Algonquin J. F. BEHLMEE, Proprietor. 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bovls and sons were week end guests at Oelwein. Miss Lucille Thomson will teach music at Manchester this coming school year. Mrs. Anna Griffith spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Griffith at Ruthven. The millinery store recently purchas- by Miss Bernice Pehrson will be known by the name of "The Vogue Hat Shop.. Miss Harrietta Olson of New Prague, Minnesota, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson. > , One hundred and fifty breakfasts were served at the May Day breakfast by the ladles of the M. .E. church recently. Miss Theodora Hovey has been elected to teach at Haifa. She will teach Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family .of Bancroft and Mr. and Mr.s. Chas. Newel and family were entertained at the home of Mrs. Elsie Johnson Sunday. The local Epworth League members enjoyed a social in th e M. E. church parlor last Thursday evening. A large crowd was present. Games were played and refreshments served. Superintendent and Mrs. G. D. Belken and family drove to Duncombe on Saturday on a business mission. From there they went to Iowa Falls for an over Sunday visit with Mr. Belken's parents. Mrs. V. H. Clark of Emmetsburg and her daughter, Miss Anna Clark of Knoxville, were visitors at the Dr. J T. Walte home last week Thursday David Waite accompanied them and remained here. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Geronsin's sister, Mrs. Chas. Stewart at Sibley. Mr. Geronsin's father accompanied them and remained there for a longer visit. Miss Alice Kluss arrived home last week Monday from Peorla, Illinois, where she has taken a course in beauty culture. She will visit a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss, before taking up a position. The Mesdames Elmer Welsbrod, W. J. Weisbrod, A. H. Meyers, J. T. Snyder, W. R. Wolfe and O. J. Stephenson attended the Algona district convention of the Women's Foreign Missionary society at Forest City last Tuesday. The Misses Frances Bailey and Viola Leight of Britt spent the week end at their parental homes. They were accompanied by Miss Julia Ames, one of our former teachers, who spent the time visiting at the R. C. Goetsch home. Mrs. Sam Warner was pleasantly surprised last Thursday evening when a number of friends gathered at her home, the occasion being her birthday. Five hundred was played at four tables. After the games refreshments were served. Mrs. E. C. Welsbrbd, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. O. H. Geronsin and Miss Maxine Welsbrod attended the the seventh and eighth dramatics. grades and vwwwwuwv Pumps Are Good Herman Parson of Chicago is visiting his mother, Mrs. Andrew Parson, who has been seriously ill for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Anderson and family and Mrs. P. w. Larson spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs Hilda Anderson at Fairmont. iMrs. Paul Sayers and daughters, Gwendolyn and Marjorie of New Prague, Minnesota, spent the week end with relatives and friends. Sam Hethershaw, local barber, expects to leave Monday for Arnold's Park where he will have charge of the i barber shop leased by Vic Nelson at f | that place. Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olsson of Swea City, Miss Harrietta Olson and Walter Tupy of New Prague, Minnesota, were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Hennlng From at Bricelyn, Minnesota, on Thursday. Election of officers of the Thursday club was held Thursday. New officers elected are: prseident, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm; vice president, Mrs: Walter Smith; secretary, Mrs. Sam Warburton; treasurer, Mrs, Wm. Leland. Mrs. 8. P. Eckholm spent the week end at West Burlington with her son, Wendell. Wendell is principal at West Burlington and has been hired to teach the summer school as well, giving him a year around Job, with a month's vacation. Eight charter members of the Baptist church who were present at the organ, ization on July 29, 1894, were present at the annual meeting held Monday night. Charter members were Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, Elon, and Edward Anderson. county federation of Woman's clubs, held at LuVerne last week Tuesday. Maxine contributed a piano solo for the program. Mrs. Dot Jackson of DCS Moines gave an address for the meet- Ing. The Fenton Home Oil Company held a meeting last week Tuesday evening at which time the present company was dissolved and a new one organized. It will be known as the Fenton Co-Operative Oil Comuany. Application has been made for a charter and plans made to operate about June first. F. H. Bohn and F. C. Bailey were elected as new members to serve with the five old members on the board of directors. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod wen visitors at' the F. E. Welsbrod home in Emmetsburg last Thursday evening. Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Welsbrod, has been confined to his bed the past week. One of his playmates threw a tin can lid and cut his finger on the Joint. Infection set in and It was necessary to lance It twice. He had a narrow escape from blood- poisoning. He Is much improved at present. A subdistrict Brotherhood rally was held last week Monday night in the local M. E. church. Esthervlile, Armstrong and Graettlnger church were represented. A seven o'clock dinner was served by the Ladles' Aid society to about seventy-five guests. Judge Clock of Hampton gave the address for the evening. It was very highly praised The high school orchestra, under the direction of their leader, Miss Martha Gilbert furnished the music during the dinner. The Fenton Forward Four-H girls' club met last Saturday afternoon at ;he home of Miss Elma Krueger. Eighteen members and tltelr leader were present, also home demonstra- ion agent, Miss Body of Algona. Plans were made to hold a plant sale May 25. Lunches will also be sold. Three new members Joined at the meeting. They were Esther Kuecker, Letha Bilsborough and Bcrnlce Kramer. They now have an enrollment of twenty- three. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Klemme were Sunday dinner guests at the W. R. Wolfe home and at the Dr. J. T. Walte home for supper. They were accompanied by Mrs. Chas. Lauritzen anu daughter, Edna, of Whittemore. Mrs. Lauritzen returned with them to Klemme for a short visit and Miss Edna remained here at the John Espe home where she will have charge of the household duties during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. William Lakln, who went to Esthervlile this week on Monday Mrs Lakin will take treatment at the hospital there. They expect to be gone a couple of weeks. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met last week Thursday In the W. E. church parlor. Devotlonals were in charge of Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod who read "A Tribute to Mother." A duet, 'My Wish for You" was sung by Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson; reading, "A Gift of Nations," by Mrs. A. H. Meyers; reading, "International Friendship," by Mrs. G. W. Newel. Reports were read by the delegates, Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod and Mrs. A. H. Meyers, who attended the Algona district convention at Forest City on Tuesday. A duet, "Mother Knows" was sung by Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod and Mrs. •wvvYw^A^v^^M 1 ^^^wYw^ Furniture New and Used We invite you to come io our store and see the new Queen Gas Stove we now have on display. Tfc lias no troublesome generator. Lights with a match like city gas. Operates on low grade gasoline at a. very low cost. Our rodm is well filled with both new and used furniture at very reasonable prices. We do repairing and upholstering also repair sewing m'achines. The Furniture Shop Phone 399 Algona, Iowa. WWWWS^^ Presbyterian Church. Morning hours of worship and study, Sunday School from ten to eleven, worship eleven to twelve. The cradle roll babies and their parents are invited to a special service at eleven o'clock. A short program will be given after which there will be nn appropriate sermon. Parents wishing to have their babies baptized should confer with Rev. Coleman. Evening, Y. P. S. C. E. at six-thirty. There Is something doing every mln utc. Come. Sermon theme, "A Fuller Life." Join us at the appointed hotu of worship.—J. L. Coleman, minister. LONE BOCK NEWS. Elmer Weisbrod. with a treading,' The meeting closed "Mother's Day" to poetry by Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. G. D. Belken. out. A beautifully appointed table with ophelia roses as a centerpiece and in- dlvdual bouquets of sweet peas as fav- vors was also a feature. Eighteen club members and four invited guests were present. Mrs. Logan was presented with a motto picture. Superintendent and Mrs. Hugh S. Logan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trevett were honor guests at a party sponsored by the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary on Monday evening. These families will be missed in business and social activities. They have made hosts of friends here who wish them success in their new homes. Each family was presented with a picture. A pot luck lunch was served. There were sixty in attendance. Bridge, pinochle and rook were played. Mack Wise and sons, Frank and Lloyd, drove to Swea City Sunday where they visited with the parents of Mrs. Mack Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeVary and family. They returned home Sunday night, Ernest Davis of Rockford, Illinois, was in Sexton last week Thursday afternoon calling on old friends, while here from Illinois with his mother, Mrs. Peter Hanson, near the Doan church. He says work Is very scarce In Illinois. Warren Schrader, who has been In Sea Sand Dull Mat Kid White Kid Dull Calf To meet the demand for pumps, we offer you quality footwear which is planned so as to give you every advantage in Style^ Quality and Price. •Styles that fit and please. SHOE Co. SHOES AND HOSIEBY. A shadow social sponsored by the Four-H girls of Swea township was held at the community hall on Friday night. A very good program was en- Joyed by the audience. Proceeds will be used to send the Four-H delegates to Ames for the annual convention. Miss Helen Iverson was elected as the delegate. A poppy poster contest is being sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary in the seventh and eight grades Sixty posters will be made and aftei they are Judged they will be used in the auslness houses as advertising for the "Poppy Day", which will be held May 23. Prize winning posters will be entered in the state publicity contest at Marshalltown. Mesdames S. Hethershaw, A. Whitlow, R. Berg, L. A. Haglund, Fred Peterson. P. W. Larson were hostesses at a bridge party at the Whitlow home Friday afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Frank Trevett, who is leaving for Estherville. Mrs. V. S. Leland won the prize for high score and Mrs. Trevett received guest prize, at seven tables. Bridge was played The Thursday club met with Mrs. W. E. Carlson as hostess complimentary to Mrs. Hugh Logan, who leaves in the near future. The hostess planned a special luncheon and the color scheme of salmon pink was carried SEXTON NEWS. 8 ft a W&K&ttlXK^^ Mrs. Mack Wise called on Mrs. E. A. Francis last week Thursday afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. Monroe Heiter of Cor- wlth were callers in Sexton Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff were visitors at Burt Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Crouch. Mrs. Amy Smith west of town spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. John Miller and family here in town. Herman and Nell Wise were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven south of town. Miss Mary Harris of Algona spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brethorst and children were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Seller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and children were visitors Sunday at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons Wilbur and Everett, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Heiter three miles north of Corwith. Leslie Huff, who has been employed in the elevator at Kanawha, came home last week to help his father, John H. Huff with his field work. He will return to Kanawha this week. Mr: and Mrs. Henry Schrader and son, Harry, and daughter, Rosella of near Woden were Saturday afternoon visitors at the home of their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Elschen are the proud parents of a baby boy born to them at their home south of town on Saturday of last week. Miss Anna Kaiser Is taking care of the mother and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter and little son, Leon of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter of south of town were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen and family. Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mr. and Mrs. helping his cousin Henry Phillips with field work, spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Henry Schrader, southwest of Woden. He returned to the Phillips home on Sunday evening. Mothers' Day as observed Sunday at the Sexton church by a special program given by the young people and intermediates, consisting of a solo, a duet, and a chorus by the choir and two readings and a song by the Intermediates. A very interesting sermon was given by the pastor, Rev. Moore. There was a good attendance in Sunday School with a total of fifty-four present last Sunday. Two sides were chosen up In the contest, the Green led by Mrs. Ferdinand Brethorst and the yellow led biy Mrs. Mack Wise and all are working hard for their respective sides. The losers are to entertain the winners at a picnic in June. This was the first Sunday of the contest. Visitors are welcome. The Sexton young people's choir held a party Friday evening at the home of Mi-, and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens south of town. Those attending were Marie Harris, Milton Gifldings, Florence Hansen, the latter two of Wesley, Edith Greenfield, Waren Schrader, Leo Steven, Neva Olsen, Mildred Kutschara, Sarah Neeling of Algona, and Herman and Nell Wise. Games were played and a nice lunch was served by the hostess. Everyone enjoyed themselves very much. Miss Mildred Kutschara and Miss Sarah Neeling were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven last week. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrii. Steven took Sarah Neeling to Algona and Mildred Kutschara to the home of her cousins, Rosie and Minnie Kutschara. Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kutschara, her parents, of Clear Lake, came after her as her school was out last week Friday. She will remain at home until the summer term of college opens in June at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. Frank Flalg visited at Crystal Lake Sunday. E. M. Jensen and family visited at Graettlnger Sunday. August Meyer of Fenton was transacting business here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christiansen spent the week end at Des Moines. Donald Westbee of Minneapolis spent the week end here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Green of Humboldt visited at the E. M. Hawks home Sunday. Ersel Blanchard spent the week end at the Lester Thompson home near Bancroft. The girls' glee club will give an operetta Friday evening, May 15th at the school house. _ ; Mr, and Mrs. James Ackerman visited at the Gushing home near Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Rosendahl of Superior visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Klrause Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrlch and family spent the week end at Welcome, Minnesota, visiting relatives. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Legion hall. Mrs. John Sprank will be the hostess. G. A. Sharp and son, Russell, drove to Des Moines Monday to attend a grocery convention held there the first of this week. The Mite society will meet at the home of Mrs. E. M. Jensen next week Thursday. Mrs. Fred Genrich Is the assisting hostess. The L. R. Roderick family, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt spent Sun. day at Sheffield at the home of Mrs. Margaret Davlson. Gus Kraft received word Sunday of the death of his brother in Wisconsin. He left Monday for Wisconsin to attend the funeral services. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John are the parents of a baby boy. This is the third son in the family. Miss Alma Madison is the nurse in charge. The frehsmen and sophomore classes gave a farewell party for Milo Tarbell at the school Thursday evening. Milo will move to Waterloo when school is out. Neva Thompson received word Friday that Miss Florence Yager's father had died Thursday. It has been only a short time since Miss Yager lost her mother. Mrs. John Rath and daughter, Neva, Mr. and Mrs. William Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvey Rath and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph HulUert drove to Buffalo Lake, Minnesota, Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Henry Rath. The community will give a farewell party for Mrs. Tarbell and son, Milo, at the school house Tuesday evening. May 19th. Everyone Is Invited to come and bring sandwiches for themselves and also bring a covered dish. Florence Householder upset her Ford coupe last Tuesday morning near the Fred Lleb farm. She was on her way to her school and It was raining and a strong wind was blowing. She was not Injured and the car was not damaged. The E. C. Blerstedt family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blerstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt and the Fred Wcgencr family attended a suhprlse party at the Sam Warner home In Fenton Thursday evening. The party was given in honor of Mrs. Warner. Angus Cotton and son, Angus, Jr., of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shelllto of Ames came Saturday to help their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton celebrate their thirty-third wedding anniversary Sunday. Angus and son returned home Sunday but Mrs. Shelllto will visit hero for a few days. The Junior-senior banquet was given at the Kermore hotel at Emmetsburg Wednesday evening. May 6. The dining room was decorated in orchid and old rose. Dorothy Macumber was the toastmistress and part of the program represented an airplane: Hangar, Lillian Angus; Take Off, Ella Ewoldt; Parachutes, Gordon Blanchard; music. George Manus; Passenger, Margaret Roderick; Fancy Flying, John Newbrough; Pilots, L. E. Godfrey; music. Pauline Lewis; Class Prophecy, Gladys Stebrltz; Class _WU1, Ruth Householder; muslo, quartet. After the program all attended a show. I 2c A Mile Coach fares continued until June 30 A reduction of nearly one- half between Des Moines, Ames, Jewell, Webster City, Eagle Grove, Goldfield, Algona, and intermediate points. Take advantage of this sensational reduction in rail fare. Lowest in cost of all forms of transportation —a saving of 44 per cent over regular train fares. Children half fare. Baggage—50 Ibs. on full fare ticket;.25 Ibs. on half fare ticket. For information and tickets apply to your local ticket agent. Chicago & Northwestern Ry. PROBAK- Ives -shop shaving comforiP at home (PROBAK BLADE) We Have Just Added the Famous New Process Oil Stoves To our line and have some real values on the floor. Come in and sec the 4-burners, built in oven range $49.50 We have also added the Barton All-Porcelain tub electric washing machines, an outstanding value at$59*50 We also have some wonderful bargains in lawn mowers, grass catchers, garden hose in bulk or 50 feet lengths. Nelson Hardware Phone 274 Algoua, Iowa.

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