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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, May 20, 1931 SOCIETY Four Corner Club— T*I_£ j^om- Corr.c; 1 Mothers nn r 1 Daughters" club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Arthur Cruikshnnk. Roll eail was answered by naming music composers. The four framed plcturss, "Saved" purchased by the club for the school in the corner of Croseo, LoUs Creek, Whittemor:- nntl Union township wore presented at this Twenty-eight members were prrs»nf. find nine visitors including Mrs. Lurhl Pcssler nnd daughter and Mrs. Meyer nnd daughter of near Rlngsted Mrs. Jack Dltsworth. nnd Mrs. Ben Pottor of Algona. a sister of Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank and Mrs. Harry Ward tind son. A musical program was tho main ffaturn of the afternoon. Tin program was ns follows: two piano and violin duets with Mrs. Lloyd Potter at the piano and Mrs. Ben Potter playing the violin; a vocal solo by Jessie Mitchell; a piano solo by Mrs. Roy Lowman; vocal solo by Mrs. Edward Rich; ukelcle solo by Lcona Walker; n vocal number by Hazel Mitchell, Mrs. Arie Dittmer and Mrs. Quinten BJus- trom; piano solo by Evelyn Nickorson; two vocal numbers by Evelyn Nlcker- son, Mrs. Lewis Lowman, Jr., and Mrs. Carl Scip; a musical play by Mary Cruikshank and Edith Rich; a piano solo by Evelyn Cruikshank. Lunch Tho next 28 Mrs. Wm. Rich. Roll call will be answered l| 7 jokes and riddles. This meeting was to have been held at the Call State Park, but was changed. Mrs. Jack Dltsworth was enrolled as a new member. Kitchen Shower— The Misses Marie Carney, Rose Arend, Lillle Bllnkman and Mrs. Hattie Phillips gave a kitchen shower Wednesday evening at the shelter house at the Call State Park in honor of Miss Margaret Bartlett, who is soon was served by the hostess, meeting will be to be married, guests invited. There were fifteen St. Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas Guild will meet on Thursday, May 28, at the shelter house at the Call State Park at two-thirty in the afternoon. T/imrheon-Hinner Tartirs— Mrs. C. R. LflBnrre. Mr«. A. E. Mi- rhrl, Mrs. A. L. Long flnrt Mrs. O. S. Bucl'fmrm entertained eighty friends nt t.'vo parties recently. Saturday evening there were forty guests at n fix- thirty dinner followed by bridge. Mrs. D. D. Pnxsnn won high prize: Mrs W. B. Quarton. second: and Mrs. .T. I'. Auner of DPS Moines, won third. MOJV- dnv the group entertained at a on? o'clock luncheon followed by bridge nt ten tables. Mrs. J. W. Little won HIP. high prize: Mrs. Fred Bartholomew second and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, third. Mrs. Irving ivlcline. sister o* Mrs. LaBarre from Eagle Grove was an out of town guest at the Monday party. Both affairs were given at the LaBarre home. Plum Creek Club Meeting— The Elite Club met last Saturday, May 16th, at the home of Marjorie Johnson. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mary TJaden. Mary Tjaden was chosen to represent the Elite club ut Ames. Helen Paetz, Ida Mae Gardner und Irene Fitzgerald were chosen to represent the style show on rally day, June 4th. Songs were practiced for the music memory contest. The meeting was then adjourned. Different girls competed against others in a spelling contest. The prize was wone by Fried* Paetz. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. One O'clock Luncheon— Mrs. Henry Becker, Mrs. W. J. Becker and Mrs. A. T. Tweet were hostesses Tuesday afternoon at a one o'clock luncheon at the homo of Mrs. Henty Becker. Luncheon was served at five tables centered with daisies and the afternoon was devoted to bridge. Mrs. L M. Merrltt won the first prize and Mrs. W. T. Daughan won second. The group is giving a six-thirty dinner this evening. Methodist Party— The Young Married People's class of the Methodist church will hold a party Friday night in the church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., are chairmen of the division. The Three Fundamentals of a Wise Investment An investment nnist provide three tilings: 1. Safety. 2. 'Liquidity—which means that you can get your money out promptly when you need it, without red tape or loss. 3. Adequate income. Our Time Certificates of Deposit satisfy these three conditions and are an ideal investment for one who has a few hundred or a few thousand dollars which it is unwise to tie up. KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Country Clnh Party— Tlir> nponlne Country Club Wartv vns hrki Tuesday cvrnlnir at the club \ hourr wllh nbmit 110 present. Th? 'lirrrtors nnd thoh' wives formed th? j mmmittro for tht> pnrty which incliici- rri dinner, hrifltro. nnd dnnclntr. Mr.;. !-'. D. Msthrs and Mrs. M. J. Strrlt wr>n (lie women's first nnd swond prim? for briflee: Walter Loren7 nnd Hpnrv r-lctch won the men's first nnd second nnd Dr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Nugent won the fnmilv pri/e. The Iowa Blues o 1 '- chestrn furnished the music Mrs. D. P. Smi'h is in charge of the club house thin vt.'.r. The party next week will be an afternoon affair with Mrs. H. F. Rlst. chairman of the committee which includes Mrs. J, O. Parson, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. Mrs. Joe Greenberg, Mrs. To.r- kcl Hill and Mrs. K. D. James. Shower at Alexander— .Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker entertained n number of Algona people at their home in Alexander Sunday in honor of Miss Margaret Bartlett and Raymond Reid who are to be married soon. A one- thirty dinner was followed by a social afternoon. Beside the honorees those present Included Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Loreri Brown and Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. The group presented the honorees with gifts. The Roupes and Walkers arc former Algonlans. Luncheon at March Home— Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves were hostesses at a seven o'clock dinner party Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Anna March. Following dinner, bridge was played at eight tables. Miss Jennie Cooney won the high prize, Mrs. Oscar Erickson, second, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, consolation. Honors Mrs. R. Cook- Mrs. Harry Hargreaves was hostess at a bridge party last Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Russell Cook, who will go to Austin, Minnesota, in a few weeks to join her husband who has been transferred there by the Hormel Company. There were eight guests. Mrs. Ralph Elbert won the high prize, Mrs. D. E. Sheehan, consolation, and Mrs. Cook was presented with a guest prize. Four Give Luncheon— Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. J. S. Auner Mrs. R. H. Crawford and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg were hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon last week Wednesda; at the B hranoo yx ,' at the Bonar home. Mrs. A. E. Michel won the prize for the bridge game which followed the luncheon and Mrs H. W. Pletch won second. COMMENCEMENT HELD ATLEDYARD Twelve Seniors Were Given Diplomas and Awards Monday, May 11. CALL THEATRE ALGONA, IOWA Koolcr Aire Cooling and ventilation. We manufacture the weather at he "Call" Have you tried our new service. Head phones for hard of learing Thirty sets wired for the satisfaction of our patrons. TUES. & WED., MAY 19-20. Marlene Dietrich Victor McLaglen in "DISHONORED" You are about to enjoy a real treat. THUKS. & Fill., MAY 21-22. A broadly sophisticated comedy of Parisian life. Frank Fay Laura LaPlante in "GOD'S GIFT TO WOMEN" lv:peduily uvll cim-structr;!. it's in intimate pii'lurc. SAT. SPECIAL MAY £3. Matinee:; 1:1(0 and S::u). Opt-ninB ol a new wild annual serial "KING OF THE JUNGLE" also Wallace Beery Lewis Stone John Mack Brown Jean Harlow The answer to yang rule in America WATCH OUT tfOR SUNDAY & MONDAY, MAY 24-25 Sunday matinee 1 and 3 oclock— 10c-35c. 5, 7 and 9 o'clock shows, regular admittance. The public has made him their new idol. Ernest Torreance Robert Montgomery Dorothy Jordan Hobart Bosworth Dinner Club Entertained— Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle entertained their dinner club Wednesday evening of last week. After the dinner bridge was played at three tables Mrs. H. A. Reimer won high prize foi the women and Maurice Bartholomew for the men. Mr. and Mrs. N. Lowe won the consolation prizes. Woman's Club to Meet— The Woman's club will meet at the Country Club next Monday afternoon at three o'clock. The program will bs a May fete put on by the children. A lunch will follow the program. The committee in charge are Mesdames K. A. Schemel and Roland Steele. Entertained Club- Mrs. W. E. Laird entertained the Opportunity bridge club at a one o'clock pot luck luncheon Wednesday of last week. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill won the first prize and Mrs. T. L. Larson who was a substitute won the consolation prize. Honors Bride to be— Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcott entertained Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Bartlett. daughter, Margaret and son, Harley, and Raymond Reid at a seven o'cloen dinner Tuesday in honor of the approaching marriage of Margaret and Raymond. Kitchen Shower— The girls of the Graham department store gave a kitchen shower Thursday evening at the State Park in honor of Miss Margaret Bartlett, who is soon to be a bride. Delphian Club— The Alpha-Delphian club meets today with Mrs. Milton Norton. Mrs A. E. Michel is the leader. The topiu is "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" a curren' play. Baptist Mission— The Baptist Mission Circle will mee Thursday afternoon at two-thirty will- Mrs. Anna Ingersoll. Mrs. Frank Stoner will be the leader. Auxiliary Meeting- DR. A. E. BENNETT OF DES MOINES TALKS. Harold Herzog Named Valedictorian. Had High Averagre for Four Years of High School. Ledyard, May 19. Special: On last Monday evening. May 11, the Ledyard hleh school graduated a class of twelve seniors. Dr. A. E. Bennett of Des Moines was the speaker of the evening. The following were the graduates: Rueben Green, Harold Herzog, Frances Norris, Hubert Osterman, Wilson Brack, Mary Jane Lewis, Amelia Ber- riow. Claude Reece, Arlene Pringle, Gladys Berglund, Ivan Smith and Gerald Warner. The following program was given: Processional—Mrs. V. A. Barrett. Invocation—Rev. Depping. Song—Girls' glee club. Talk—Harold Herzog. Presentation of Key—Claude Recce. Acceptance of Key—Walter Miller. Presentation of Awards—Superintendent A. E. Lauritzen. Clarinet solo—V. A. Barrett. Address—Dr. A. E. Bennett. Presentation of class—Superintendent Lauritzen. Presentation of Diplomas—George D. Moulton. Song, Commencement Day—Girls' glee club. Harold Herzog was named valedictor. ian for having the highest average for all four years and his name was engraved on the trophy which remains in the school trophy case from year to year. The girls who received basket ball letters were: Alice Moulton. Marjorie Htibbard, Erma Barslou, Alethia Brack, Lydia Logeman, Irene Norris and Winifred Friday. The following boys received letters for basket ball: Roland Gable, Wilson Brack, Harold Herzog, Jerry Barnes, Reuben Green, Gerald Warner, Hubert Osterman, and Elmer Zielske. Those receiving letters for base ball were: Elmer Zielske, Irvin Klinsiek, Hubert Ostermarr, Kenneth Thompson, Herold Herzog. Irvin Klinsiek, Gerald Warner, Wilson Brack, Iva.i Smith, Walter Miller, Elmer Junkermeier, Reuben Green, and Jerry Barnes. The three who received declamatory awards were: Arlene Pringle, James Logan and Kenneth Thompson. The following girls received glee dub awards: Marjorie HuWbard, Arlene Pringle, Pern Lewis; Aletihia Brack, yiary Jane Lewis, Alice Moulton, Erma Barslou, Winifred Friday, Amelia Berhow, Annie Isebrand, Lunnetta leece, Rlva O'Keefe, Bertha Nitz, Lyia Logeman and Pearl Wirtjes. The two who received orchestra wards were Arlene Pringle and Glays Berglund. These awards are -given on the 1000 point system, points be- ngr gained by private lessons, public .ppearances, etc. This system was Just jegun this year and has been very suc- essful in creating and holding intcr- st. There are many others who will >oon have their 1000 points and be entitled to the awards. Ledyard School Was Closed Last Friday. L«dynrrl, May 19. Special: Tho school of Ledyard closed Friday with n clay of play flncl exhibition. At nin^ o'clock promotion took place nnd fu ten the program began. It was opened by several selections by the band. Then a group of first and second graders gave a Mny pole dance. This was followed by the first and second grade chorus nnd rhythm band. The third and fourth grades sang several sonija then presented a playlettc, "The Bird Party." The fourth and fifth grades sang several songs nnd then a group of girls presented "Sunbonnet Sally." The fifth and sixth grades gave a group of Interesting folk dances and drills in costume and also their harmonica band played several numbers. The girls' glee club rendered two numbers nnd the program closed with another number by the band. The whole gymnasium was filled with exhibits representing work from every grade from one to twelve and covering the whole school year and certainly showed the wonderful progress that has been macie. Immediately following the program a big picnic dinner was served. In the afternoon the base ball team played Fenton, but with the two first team pitchers, the catcher and first baseman out of the game, Ledyard found it difficult to get going and took a defeat at the hand of Fenton with a score of 12 to 5. Baccalaureate Held at Wesley Sunday. Wesley, May 19. Special: Baccalaureate services for the senior class of 1931 of the public school were held on Sunday night at the hall with Rev. C. H. Moore delivering the sermon. The processional wus played by Miss Anna Sterner folowed by Invocation by Rev. Moore. A trio of girls sang "Praise Ye the Lord" followed by scripture reading and prayer. Maurine Hanson ac-, companied on the piano by Miss Beck sang "The Lost Chord." Commencement exercises were en- Joyed Monday evening at the hall with Dr. A. E. Bennett of Des Moines delivering the address. The following program was given: processional by Anna Siemer; America by the audience; invocation by Rev. C. H. Moore; salutatory by Margaret Haverly; clarinet solo by Clarence DeBoer; address by Dr. Bennett; "For the Sake of Auld Lang Syne" by girls' trio; awarding of honors by Superintendent Swanson; valedictory by Ruth Carman; presentation of diplomas by President Emil Wester; America, the Beautiful by audience. Members of the class of 1931 include Marjorie Uhlenhake, Ruth Garman, Margaret Haverly, Gordon Kunz, Marie Kunz, Florence Reno, Alan Wester, Jas. Lloyd and DeEtta Angle. The class flower is the jonquil and class colors are tourquois and blue. The class motto reads "Honor Lies at Labor's Gate." Lu Verne Class Play Given on Thursday. LuVerne, May 19. Special: The senor class play was presented to a full louse last Thursday evening in the ymnasium and was a decided success. Sach character played his part very well. The story was about a man who returned to his home town after twenty years in the city where he had succeeded in the business world. His old acqaintances gave him a hearty welcome but he thought it was because of his money. To prove their sincerity they were told he had lost his wealth, but soon found that it was himself they care for instead of his money. He helped several friends who had befriended him and also won the girl of his dreams. There were several other love stories worked out and also considerable comedy. The cast was as follows: Martha Mullet, Lela Godfrey; Nora, her daughter*. Alice Ellis; Elmine, servant, Cora Masterson; Benny Ketcham, salesman, Carl Lang; Abner Ketcham, his uncle, Geo. Knopf; Mrs. Barrett, a guest, Dorothy Hanselman; Claudia, her daughter, Bernice Scribner; Tommy Lansing, Arno Ristau; John Bruce, Howard Smith; Wesleyans Attend K. of C. Initiation. Wesley, May 19. Special: Julius Studer, Simon Hirner, Louis Goetz, Henry Klocke, E. N. Loeb/te, Alfred Erdmann, Victor Loebig, E. M. Huber, James . Haverly, Erwin Olson, L. H. Kleinpeter and Ed. HUdman drove to Emmetsburg Sunday to be present ftt the Initiation of thirty-seven candidates into the K. of C. lodge. This Initiation was held as a joint meeting for four councils; namely, that of Estherville, Fonda, Algona and Emmetsbure. Ed. Hildman was the only K. of C. candidate this year from Wesley. A banquet was held at six-thirty o'clock at the St. Mary's academy auditorium and several staved for this. Mrs. E Olson, Mrs. J. Haverly and Mrs. A Erdman drove over in the afternoon to join their husbands at the banquet . LuVerne Team Won Second at Meet LuVerne, May 19. Special: Lu- Verne's high school track team woi second In the sixteenth annual Humboldt county track and field meet helc at Humboldt last Friday afternoon They totalled 35 and 1-3 points. Loui Wolfe won second in the 100-yard dash first in the 440-yard dash, first in th 220-yard dash; Arno Ristau won sec ond in the mile run, first in pole vault second in shot put; Kenneth Sorens son won second in 220-yard low hur dies, first in broad jump; Richard Mill er tied with Humboldt in the pol vault; LuVerne won third in mile relay and half mile relay. Have you seen those new electric fixtures down at Beamcr's Electric Shop? Tlicv are sure great—and such a nice variety to pick from. And along with all this fresh new stock is a nice new line of all kinds of elctric appliances. And too, there is more of this new stock coining in eveiy day. Brighten up a room or two this spring with a new fixture and see the difference it will make. SPECIAL DEAL ON FIXTURES THURS., FRL, AND SATURDAY Comic in and we will tell you all about it. Beamer Electric Co. " Pat Three Doors from the Call. Phone 170 "Denny". One Cent Sale at Rexall This Week. The K. D. James Rexall drug store s having one of its big one cent sales Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. The United Drug Company, which sends out the stock for the sales has made a special attempt to give owa people bargains which they have never put out before. Items which mve never before been listed in the me cent sale are included this year, to enable everyone to get their money's worth at this sale. An advertisement appears elsewhere in the paper listing he items which will be on sale. Swea City School Exercises Thursday. Swea City, May 19. Special: High school commencement will take place Thursday evening with Rev. W. P. Mc- iormick of Waterloo as the speaker. The following program has been arranged: Processional, Miss Francis Dahl. Violin solo, Amaryllis, Dorothy Chrls- tensen. Invocation, Rev. Raymond Swanson. High school girls' glee club. Address, Old Ideals and New Adventures, Rev. W. P. McCormick. Love's Old Sweet Song, boys' quartette. Presentation of diplomas, Mrs. J. H. Warner, president of school board. Benediction, Rev. B. L. Weaver. The class members are: Florence E. Anderson, Florence Dlnzy, Margaret Kuchynka, Geneva Picht, Harriet Poole, Julia Regner, Louise Simmons, Elsie Smith, Everett Jensen, Maynard Jensen, Wm. Moore, Linus Peterson, Clayton Roalson, Albert Swanson, Burton Thompson. Phillips to Fight Baby Camera in D. M. The following article was dipped from this morning's Des Moines Register: Clarence Phillips, Algona light- heavyweight, has been signed to oppose Baby Camera, Des Moines, In the six-round main event of the first open air show at.Rivervlew park Friday night. Phillips is a' dangerous left hook artist, having scored 15 consecutive knock outs in the vicinity of Fort Dodge. On Monday night he scored a decisive victory over Pug Williams of Rockwell City. Williams recently defeated Wild Bill Gerdes, Dickens. Gerdes won .from, camera in a local ring last .year. Pour other bouts will be arranged by Matchmaker Dave Pldler. Former Titonka Lady Was Buried Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Lamoreux, 77, who died at the home of her son, George Lamoreux, at Marshalltown, was burled at the Buffalo township cemetery south of Titonka Sunday. She lived in Titonka for many years until a few years ago when she went to Marshalltown to make her home with her son on account of poor health. Algona Markets. Corn $ •« Oats 20 Barley 30 Hogs 6.00 EggS lOr.13 Hens 11-.14 Roosters J07-.08 The regular meeting of the Amert- j Charles Martin, Louis Wolfe; Jura ig better as "Scorpio" than tuTvaft uButeh of "The Big House" ¥011 have bawd ° f the secret or ~ **«"*. *«n ess men cleaning see "The Secret !" MON1GOMLEW and CLIFF EDWARDS OT"SHIPMATES' The U. S. Navy cooperated in making tliis one. Laughs, love and romance. 1001 thrills. TtlES, & WED., MAY 26-27 A dramatic treat. In line with the big cities. John Barrymore Marion Marsh in "SVENGALI" If it's a real performance you are looking for Barrymore as the hypnotist is the one. can Legion Auxiliary will be held Friday, May 22, at the Legion hall beginning at eight o'clock. Child Study Club— The Child Study club will meet ne::t week Tuesday at the. home of Mrs. M. M. Morrow. Mrs. Frank Barker will lead the discussion. Y. P. S. Will Meet— The Trinity Y. P. S. of the Lutheran church will meet on the first Tuesday in June for its regular business and social meeting. Ladies' AW to Meet— The Trinity Lutheran Ladies' AW society will meet Thursday of tlhis week with Mrs. August Becker. Idle Hour Club— The Idle Hour bridge club is being entertained this afternoon at the home ! of Mrs. E. J. Hough. Charente, French dancing teacher, Irene Ramus; Var Charente, Orval Ramus; Bella McWatt, Irene Ramus; Al- chiba and Aphncca Spinster, guests, Vera Wegner and Lulu Hintz; Spivins, Sylvia Becker. Between acts a dance, Fairies' Revel was given by four little girls .Margaret Masterson, Carmen Wermersen, Mary Alice Bigings, anri Maxine Gronbach. The high school orchestra also played several numbers. wwvwvwwww fJWWJYJWffJWJ AWWJWUWW * Every truck operator in this town should know about y the Record Breaking U.S. ROYAL HEAVY SERVICE Lauer Talked to LuVerne Graduates. LuVerne, May 19. Special; The commencement exercises were held Tuesday evening In the high school gymnasium. Dr. Edward H. Lauer, director of athletics of the University of Iowa delivered an Interesting speech on "Why be Educated." The mixed chorus sang a selection and the diplomas were presented to the class by J. A. Llndebak, president of the school board. There are sixteen graduates, namely, Alice Ellis, Bernice Scribner, Vera Wegner, Lela Godfrey, Irene .Ramus, Anna Ramus, Bylvla Becker, Dorothy Hanselman, Lulu Hintz, Cora Masterson, Orval Ramus, Carl Lang, Howard Smith, Arno Ristau, Louis Wolfe and George Knopf. LuVerne Schools in Fine Program. LuVerne, May 19. Special: The rural schools of LuVerne township gave a free program Friday evening in the high school gymnasium. There was a large crowd in attendance. The program consisted of Mother Goose's Party, an operetta, and the Family Album. The teachers in charge were District No. 2, Mrs. Bessie Critzer; District No. 4, Mrs. Wilma Mosher; District No. 5, Josephine Girres; District No. 6, Mildred Bowen; District No. 7, Christine Knudsen; District No. 3, Florence Seeman. Injured Ledyard Boys Recovering. Ledyard, May 19. Special: On last Wednesday, V. A. Barrett and Jerry and Larry Barnes went to Algona to see the boys who were in the hospital as a result of the accident which occurred Tuesday. On Thursday Elgur La Cour and Willis Dyer were able to return home. Both boys are still feeling pretty badly bruised and shaken up but glad to be able to be home. Howard Dyer and William Barnes are still in the hospital, both boys having fractured skulls. Both are doing nicely now and it is hoped they will soon be able to be home again. Your Memorial Day Flowers Just let us know what, you want, and they will bo delivered when and where you want them. Floral designs for the graves, living plants for the bereaved, or whatever appropriately expresses Memorial Day to you and yours. Place Cut Flower Orders Early. Make Your Plant Reservations Now. Algona Greenhouses Phone 305. 49-50 One of the Greatest Achievements In There's only one way to learn the truth about these Heavy Service U. S. Royals. Come in and let us show you what they are doing to cut down tire costs and speed up hauling on local trucks. You'll then agree that the U. S. engineers certainly know the trucking business. They have overcome tire troubles which have worried truck operators for years. We stake our reputation on U. S. Royals. Let us give you all the facts. Elbert Garage South of Court House

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