The Upper Des Moines-Republican, May 20, 1931 Fenton High Won Over Whittemore. Fenton, May 10. Special: The Penton high school defeated Whittemore In base ball last Tuesday night by the score 6f 10 to'O. Neither team scored a run daring the first two innings. In the thttd, after two were out Art Kuecker singled and a walk and another single scored the first two runs of the ball game. Ranney pitched good ball for Fenton and kept the batters oft the bases very well. In the fifth inning Art Kuecker tripled and scored and a walk scored four runs. Three hits and an error scored jfour mote runs for Fenton in the sixth to make a total of ten runs. E. Heller pitched for Whittemore and allowed eight hits and struck out five- batters. Ranney pitched for Fenton and allowed four hits and struck out eight batters. Art Kuecker with two singles and a triple out of four tries was the leading hitter.. fit, Thomas Church. St. Thomas Episcopal church will have holy communion and a sermon at eleven o'clock Sunday morning, May 24. —Rev. Tohorold Eller, pastor. LUVEBNE NEWS. | •fasssMy^^ Mrs. I. H. Benedict was quite sick last week. Ray Mason was visiting here with relatives last Friday. The cemetery association met at the E. O. Wolto home last Thursday. Cecil Huff and Arthur Dlmler w«e In Eagle Grove Wednesday afternoon The Methodist Aid served supper to the public last Wednesday at the city hall. Mr and Mrs Earl Saxton of Hardy attended the class play here Thursday night. Mrs. Bessie Malone of Algona attended the class play here Thursday night. Winifred and Leonard Caldwell of Maxwell visited Sunday here with friends. Mrs. Gus Baessler of LuVerne visited at the Baessler home in Livermore Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Eason and Mrs. A. A. Hof were Fort Dodge callers Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Goeders of Algona was in town Tugsday coaching the seniors in their class play. Mr, and Mrs, I. H. Chapman and sons visited Sunday with George Kabele in Goldfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlstau from Iiivermore were calling on friends la town last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Christensen and daughters spent Sunday with his parents in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson in Eagle Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and Frances Masterson were callers in Algona Sunday morning. Martha Kabele from Goldfield spent Monday of last week with her sister Mrs. I. C. Chapman and family. Mrs, Lydlft-Teuscher of Monroe, Wisconsin, is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Matt Baumgartner, Sr Mrs. Flora Rancy and son, Forest arrived the last of the week from Grinnell, where Forest is attending college. Mrs. D. H. Wermersen is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Dornberger in Miller, South Dakota, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Water Hefti entertained their Sunday School class of the Evangelical church at their home on Friday night. Mrs. Carl Swanson is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stripling. She had been in a Fort Dodge hospital for two weeks. A large crowd attended the baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening at the Methodist church. The sermon was preached by Rev. Reyman. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Spooner and Mrs. Shaffer spent Sunday in Forest City at the home of Mrs. Shaffer's daughter, Mrs. Dau and family. Mary Lou Worby, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worby, who has been 111 with pneumonia was taken to Iowa City last week for further treatment at the University hospital. Helen Hanselman was the guest of honor at a surprise party given in honor of her birthday last Wednesday evening at her home. The evening was spent in playing outdoor games after which a wienie roast was enjoyed. The Oliver Bakken family were visitors with relatives Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rels of Bode were Sunday visitors at the Ben Bakken home. Arlene Bunding, Algona high school graduate, has been employed at the Graham store, to begin immediately following graduation. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller have n new granddaughter, born Tujssday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew at the Kossuth hospital. Miss Mildred Sunding, clerk at the Blooms store in Algona, had her tonsils removed Monday by Dr. Andrews and came home Tuesday. She expects to resume her duties next week. , Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bosworth took their daughter, Adrls to Iowa City on Monday of last week and her adenoids were removed Tuesday. They brought her home Wednesday and are to return with her one month later for further treatment. The other daughter, Bonnie, has been ill with the flu since on Friday. Mrs. E. C. Potter spent the latter part of the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. O. S. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Moore are the happy parents of a daughter bom Thursday morning. The mother and baby are being cared for at the home of Mrs. L. V. Stebbins and are reported as doing nicely. The Moores have two other children, both sons, therefore the little lady is very welcome. WEST BEND NEWS. John Satern Was a caller in Emmetsburg Friday. Mr. Scharr was a caller in Emmetsburg Monday. Alice Fisher and a friend motored to Des Molnes Friday. Dorothy Dunn went to Fort Dodge Saturday on business. Mrs. George Foley was a caller in Ottosen Tuesday evening. Wm. Vance has been painting at the Myron Boos house this week. Bay View club met at the home of Mrs. Mikes Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern were callers at Bode Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harm Bell were business callers in Emmetsburg Tuesday. John Satern and children were callers at Esthervllle Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Sr., of Bode were callers In West Bend Sunday. Earl Dlxon and family of Pysart were callers at the Milter home on Sunday. Mrs. Boos and Mrs. Bowers and her daughter, Betty K., went to Algona Tuesday afternoon. Bert Deal of Algona has been doing the Interior decorating at the home of Mrs. Alice Stover this week. I The Lions club enjoyed a dinner at the Casino Monday evening. The Catholic ladles acted as hostesses. Superintendent B. F. Bliss and family Intend to leave Wednesday for Kansas City for the summer. The Presbyterian Aid society had a farewell party Wednesday night for the Zimmerman family at the church. Mrs. James Pauley-and daughter of Eagle Grove were at the Pauley and Hansen homes during the past week. The missionary meeting was held at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon. A covered dish luncheon was served. The M. E. Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Joe Dunn Wednesday. Mrs. Hugh and Mrs. Joe Dunn were hostesses. Miss Edna Anderegg was married to 311fton Burke of Rolfe Thursday a. m. They were married by Rev. Pharo at the E. J. Baas home. Blalne Hosklns, who was run over by a car last week, seems to be well again although he is quite weak. He attended school Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoskins and Mrs. Lester Van Horn and children, Irene and WiltMa of Rodman were call. ,ng In West Bend Saturday. Rev. Zimmerman went to Vail to Fenton News Items For Complete Dry Cleaning Service Phone 330—Prompt Delivery. conduct a funeral and returned home Thursday. The car broke down in Lake ity and caused some delay. The Hope Circle met at the M. E. church Thursday afternoon. It was a Mothers' Day meeting and each member was to bring a mother. Edwin Dorweiler went to Fort Dodge Thursday. He is the senior class president and went to Baldwin's Studio to see about the individual class pictures. Robert Brown has been quite ill with appendicitis. Tuesday he was able to be up. The doctor said that an operation will be unnecessary at this tim?. , • We- were very pleased , to .-see that Miss Thelma Price of St. Ansgar was visiting West Bend friends. Miss Price taught the junior high school here last year. A shower was given Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Paul Robinson. Mrs. Robinson has been the teacher of tlw second grade for the past year and was married recently. The Presbyterian church congregation met the Zimmerman family at a farewell party in the church Wednesday evening. Rev. Zimmerman and his family will be missed very much. Mrs. B. B. Wigley went back to Bismarck, North Dakota, afterca ring for her mother, Mrs. P. Jensen. Mrs. Jensen was hurt in a fall recently and Mr. Jensen will care for her for a time. Mrs. Miller had a party for Donald Zimmerman Monday evening. The Young Men's class met at the Miller home and had a good time. Donald's beaming personality will be missed by I these boys. Entertained CInb— Masine Weisbrod entertained thr Standard Bearers at her home last week Monday evening. Sixteen members and their counsellor, Mrs. E. A Weisbrod, were present. Arrangement? were made for all who wished to attend the Standard Benrer convention at Clear Lake June 10. After the business meeting the girls attended the lecture at the M. E. church which wa? given by Dr. E. R. Folgerson of Colorado, who is a worldwide traveler ol renown. His talk dealt mainly with foreign countries, especially Japan where he is president of a boys' schoo! and former vice counsul. Tills was very interesting, coming first hand The girls returned to Maxlne's home after the lecture and refreshments were served. The Baccalaureate— A large crowd attended the baccalaureate services held for the high school class of 1931 at the M. E. church Sunday evening at eight o'clock the following being the order of ser vices, processional, Leona Borchardt; song, Salutation, mixed chorus; Invocation, Rev. J. T. Snyder: song. Praise Ye the Faith, boys' and girls' glee clubs; sermon, Rev. J. T. Snyder; benediction, Rev. Snyder; song, Dox- olcfey. congregation; recessional, Leona Borchardt. Rev. Snyder stressed the fact that one must have a goal to work for to get anywhere In life. Senior Program— The senior class day program was well attended last Friday afternoon. The base ball and basket ball teams were awarded letters and numerals. The winners of first place In the home declamatory contest were awarded medals. They were August Krause, Raymond Zwlefel and Raymond Prlebe. Lorena Dreyer held the highest average for the four years of high school and won a scholarship In the Chillicothe Business College. Lorena has held the highest average of her class throughout the entire twelve grades. Entertain Mothers— The teacher and pupils of room one entertained the mothers of the pupils with a program and tea at the school house Thursday afternoon. This was a Mothers' Day program which had been postponed. It was very much enjoyed by the mothers. Each pupil presented their mother with a carnation. Cake and coffee was served to the visitors after the program by several of the little girls of the room who wore yellow crepe paper caps and gowns. Fractures Leg— Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey received word last week Wednesday from their daughter, Mrs. Harold Steadman stating that Mr. and Mrs. Steadman's son, Henry Edgar, had fractured a leg. The accident happened while playing at school. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey and children, Kathleen and Edward left Saturday to spend the week end in Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey have three daughters residing in Carroll. E. J. Newel of Davenport was a business visitor here last week. Donald Weisbrod spent the week end visiting with friends at Nashua. County Superintendent Shirley of Algona was a Fenton visitor last Tuesday afternoon.- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod gave a talk on "Children's Gardens," Sunday at ,th,e Good Hope church.' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf and family spent Sunday at the William Holdorf home in Ceylon. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber returned home last week from a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Reid at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel of Hartley visited relatives here last Wednesday. Mr. Newel attended to some business matters while here. Stanley Munch came Friday from Decorah where he is a student at the Luther College, to spend the week end at the E. C. Weisbrod home. I Mrs. W. T. Ohm -x-a?; hostess to her bridge rlub last Snturdny nftrmnon. Mrs. H. H. Wlddell won high score prize. Refreshments were served. Invitations were received by friend": here last week from Glen Bromley of Lake Vtew. He is n graduate there this year. The Bromleys were former Fenton residents. Paul Eigler left Sunday for Omaha to be present at the "Pharmacy Day" to be held at Creighton University and to visit with his brother. Durwood. who is a student at Crelghton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Voigt and family of Welcome. Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Betttn and family of Burt were entertained at the Henry Boevers home Sunday. The M. E. Aid society will meet this week Thursday afternoon. Instead of Friday afternoon on account of the school picnic. The hostesses will be Mesdames Chas. Newel, C. F. C. Laage, O. J. Ranney, and John Light. Joe Nellis sold his property last week to F. H. Bohn. As soon as tho house Is vacated by the Superintendent Belken family It will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson. Mr and Mrs. Nellis plan to remain living in Waterloo. E. A. Huskamp and daughter, Virginia drove to Des Molnes last Tuesday. Mrs. E. A. Huskamp who has been visiting there, returned home with her husband and Virginia remained there at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wesley Witter. Allan and Chan Dailey of Brlstow, Oklahoma, were visitors at the R. C. Goetsch home last week. From here they went to Minnesota to visit other relatives at various points. If they can find a suitable place they expect to locate in the north. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson left late Thursday night for Lexington, Missouri, being summoned their by the serious Illness of Mrs. Dempsey and Mr. Alderson's father, Thomas Legate. His illness followed a heart attack. The members of the Woman's club held a farewell party in honor of Mrs. G. D. Belken last Friday evening at the E. C. Weisbrod home. Games were enjoyed and refreshments served. Mrs. Belken was presented with a silver spoon with which to remember her association with the club. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod entertained the following guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Weisbrod and grandson, Wayne Alderson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and son, Wilfred and daughter, Gladys, Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod and son, Lester and Miss Mabel Brant. Clarence Theesfield has accepted a position as assistant at the Jens Nordahl barber shop. He recently completed a barber's course at a school in Des Moines, but must have some practical experience before taking the final examination. Raymond Alderson also completed a course at the same school. He has not yet found employment. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder were the host and hostess at a pastors' group meeting at their home last week Monday. Guests attending were Rev. anc Mrs. Paul of Graettlnger, R«v. and Mrs. Wintersteln of Estherville, Rev and Mrs. Carver of Dolliver and Dr E. R. Folgerson who accompanied the Wintersteins from: Bsthervllle wliera lie had delivered a lecture on Sunday evening. Hadley, son of Frank Bailey, fractured his right arm above the wrist last Wednesday. The fifth grade class of which he is a member, and their ;eacher, Miss Rasmussen, were having a picnic at the Mike Weisbrod grove, jast of town. The were playing kit- ;enball and he fell in some manner. He was taken to Whittemore to be x- •ayed and taken care of. VWAWAW.WWAVVWWWV BUET NEWS. Send your Bugs, Drapes, Curtains now. It's time to cold store that fur coat now. Phone us for an estimate on remodeling, repairing or altering. ' ELK CLEANERS Corner Dodge and Call Street Algoua, Iowa. First Door North of Kohlhaas Bros. Garage. Madeline Greelis, who has been the | home economics teacher for the last ] four years, has had some cottages erected. They were put up Saturday and are furnished. There will bte one double cottage and two single cottages. Harold Kuecker's car and the Weir car of Whittemore came together at McKnight's Point at two o'clock Saturday morning. One of the Dunn boys of West Bend brought them to West Bend to the office of Dr. Givens. Most of them were badly cut. The neighborhood ladles surprised Mrs. Zimmerman Monday evening. A program of songs and recitations given by Margaret Nessen, Margaret Zimmerman, Coletta Cunningham and Mae Sloan was enjoyed. Mrs. Zimmerman received gifts and no doubt will be missed very much as a good neighbor and friend. The Bay View club program was in charge of Mrs. J. Boos. The program Is as follows: roll call answered by a Mothers' Day verse; solo, Best Pal is my Mother, Mrs. Geo. Foley; reading, Mrs. CFtshec; reading, Mrls. Leorke; selection, Mrs. McCullough; selection, Mrs. McCreery; Red'Rose, Elaine Hinton; duet, Alice Fisher and Mildred McCullogh; Petrl, Irene Mikes. Each member brought a guest and the favors were carnations. I •i IE White's Grocery Friday and Saturday Specials JELL-0 four packages for ,.— RAISINS four pound package OEfOOOLATE CHERRIES, one pound box OLIVES, quart jar for „,„-,—-— 25c 29c 29c HILEX, two bottles 1— COOKIES, fancy, two pounds PRESERVES, pure, 2 Ib. jar OAT MEAL, .large package — W. L. Stott has been ill with influenza the past week. D. F. Slaughter was at Independence on business Monday. The Ellis Jain family called at the C. E. Moore home Sunday. v Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith spent Sunday at the W. H. Smith home. The Queen Esther girls met at the home of Lucille Sewick Tuesday even- Ing. Marion Clarke of Milwaukee is visiting at the home of his uncle, Roy Clark. Charles Reynolds has been confined to his bed since last week because of Illness. Mrs. Fred Lavrenz will entertain the Neighborly club at her home Friday afternoon. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet at the home of Mrs. H. O. Buell May 27th. Mrs. Mary Orchard of Charles City is visiting at the home of her niece, Mrs. Ross Rash. Mrs. Jennie Davison visited at the Irv. Mansmith and W. J. Davison homes last week. Mrs. Julia Brace of Algona visited over the week end at the home of her son, W. E. Brace. Miss Francis Albright from near Sexton is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Cogdill, this week. Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and children drove to Emmetsburg Sunday where they visited friends. The senior class play, "Looking Lovely," drew a packed house and proved a fine entertainment. Rev. S. H. Aten preached the baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening for the senior class of 1031. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg of Algona drove to Clear Lake Sunday. Mi-, and Mrs. J. T. Lienman and two daughters, of Humboldt were guests at the Walter Klamp home recently. The Harvey Graham family went to Emmetsburg Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. Miss Phyllis Clifton accompanied Edith Budlong of Titonka to Sioux City Friday. They returned home Sunday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Can- Sunday morning. This makes them seven sons and two daughters. Hollis Trainer, Rube Nicholson, Jas. Powers and Lloyd Schenck went to ', Wilmar, Minnesota, Saturday on a fishing trip. Word was received here from Harold Smith and Frank Reynolds that they arrived at Oakland, California, last Saturday. John. Strayer met with an auto accident when his coupe struck another car at the intersection north of Algona. Several people were injured. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger went to Titonka Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Jennie Lamoreux. The deceased was a sister of Mr. Isenberger. Announcements were received here the first of the week of the graduation of Miss Ruth Hart of Willlston, North Dakota. The mother of Miss Hart will be remembered as Miss Elsie Reibsa- men Martha Tietz was taken seriously ill Sunday morning. She was taken to the hospital at Algona, where she Is still critically ill. Her mother and sister, Mrs. John Gifford, accompanied her. D. W. Moore of Mount Vernon and Clayton Moore of Chicago spent several days here last week. They were called here by the illnes of their Wroth- er, Herbert, who was seriously injured in a fall. Mrs. James Ollem has been ill the past week and Mrs. Ed. Weiske is helping care for her. Mrs. Smith and baby of Eldora and Robert Ollem of Minneapolis visited at the Ollem home Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddlngs, Mrs. Matilda Ward, Mrs Price and son, Charles of Wesley drove to Underwood, South Dakota last Thursday to attend the funeral of Donald Ward, who was killed by being hit with a ball bat. The following high school teachers were entertained at the Wm. Ringsdorf home Friday evening: Superintendent and Mrs. Donald Weir, Mr. and Mrs. R. Trimmel. E. M. Otterness, Misses Overgard, Helen Johnstone and Charlotte Warrior. Miss Hannabelle Glddlngs of Iowa City is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Giddings. Miss Giddlngs will be graduated in June at Iowa City where she is taking a trained nurses' course. Miss Giddlngs is taking a two weeks' rest owing to her health. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith went to Chicago Saturday where they will vis- It at the home of Mrs. Smith's sister. Mrs. Little, the mother of Mrs. Smith of Klngsley, is staying with the children during their absence. Mr. Smith won the trip for writing insurance during April as he was one of the leaders. He wul attend a convention of the New York Life agents. 0 SETS GRADUATE Wrist Watches Model No. 201. . Price #35.00 Beautiful designs in Elgin, Helbros, Croyden at prices from $9.75 to $50 Wonderful values and wonderful Watches. Necklaces Bill Folds Everything found in a good jewelry store. Fountain Pens and Sets Price Ranges $2 and up Special Locked Diaries Full Leather^Five Years Assorted Colors $1.50 Compacts, varied assort. 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