Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1932 · Page 3
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6- ud mrantt altrt- * Your lacrMMd «ff«c. a guj times over. .fc'-A. . L ( - * I '"W \ ^ t ia royal comfort oo one of The Milwaukee god'* fuaoos train*.* ' •; YtUowitooe Park <ri» Gal- lido G*tcway~M t' Rainier Nitiooal Park— Puget Soood— Olympic Peninsula .Victoria, Vancouver and Alub offer a hose of thrills ind idrentur es. , lit tht East — (ifflons cities—historic plices - gay beaches — . Keuner trips on lakes, river , UN) ocean— afford endless •< diversion* / i [tsup to you in '32 Cill on your Local Ticket ; Agent today, be will gladly ' give you full particulars. ILWAUKEE KOAD IE SEILS-STERLING IG FOUR RING ""• i.*IRE AD ARE HONORED Whlttemore, May 31-Whtttetnore observed Memorial day Monday with a program In charge of ex-soldiers A parade was led by a fife and drum trio, with Thos. Carmody play. ing the fife, Mr. Manors the snare drum, and Herman Fandel the bass drum. -Luclan Meurer was adjutant I Pete Schumacher, sergeant at arms Tony Oappa and Harry Helmke color hearers, and Andrew Laubenthal, •Reinhart Zumach. color guards. The firing squad was Leo Blbert, Elmer Elbert, Will Miller Tony Schmltt, Alfred Semon, Herman Fandel, Butch Fowler, and August Meyer. The parade started from the theater, went west on through main street, and reversed to No. 44, thence south to the public school, where the address was given by B. C. McMahon, of Algona, who was Introduced by Father Velt. Esther Behnke gave the Gettysburg address, and Luclan, Meurer read thei honor roll of the •. dead. The fife and drum trio then headed the procession toward the cemetery, marching as'faT 1 as the Milwaukee tracks, from where cars took the crowd ' to the east cemetery. Here military honors and the salute were given at , the grave of Comrade Seeley. Prayer was read by Luclan Meurer and graves were decorated by Legion members and Auxiliary. The firing squad tired the salute, and taps were sounded -by Arnold Melne. At the- west cemetery the ceremony was repeated at the grave of 'Leo Walsh. Lutherans to Plcnlck Snmlay— The annual Lutheran school picnic will be held next Sunday, In the Albert Vaudt grove, 1% mile southwest of town. The West Bend and Whlttemore Lutheran boys and girls play klttenball In the after- oon. Schoolchildren 'have prepared a program In which parts are . taken by Marjorie Wegener, Ella Braatz, Phyllis Vaudt, Elnora Ostwald, Marthat Rode, Lois Ohm, Wayne Gade, •Elmer Maahs, '.' Norman' Schultz, Melvin Zumach, Leona-Nass, Alice Dau, Maynard Roeber, Edwin Schumacher, Harold Wehrspan, Merlyn Wegener, Alice -Helnrich, Erwln Vaudt, (Fred Grelnert, Melvin Hein- rlch, Roland Ostwald, Arthur Rode, Donald Wehrspann, Albert Rode, Marie Ohm, .Albert Potratz, Helen Maahs, Ernest Meyer, Nerbert Zumach, Retta Struecker, Harold Helnrich, Elnora Voight, Edgar Helnrich, Helen Hahn, Vera Dau, Gertrude Meyer, Anna Louise Roeber,; Helen Ohm, Harold Voight, Selma Meyer, Irene Heller, Gladys Ostwald, Margaret Braatz, Irene Bell, Luana 'Dau, Hazel Maahs, Helen Meyer, Dawn Vaudt, Selma Vaudt, Arnold Rode, Viola; Schumacher, Verda Meyer, Calvin Vaudt, Harold; Behnke? Junior Baas, Ellsworth Heldemvith, Albert Vaudt, Paul Potratz, and Elmer Bell. The program Is based on the life of Washington. ' School Teachers Depart— Public school teachers have returned to 'their respective 'homes, Nettie . Sammin, ; primary, will attend summer school during vacation; Mildred Llndstrom left for her home In Albert City; Fern Carol '.is at home In Le Mars; and Verena M. Hentges returned to -Michigan, N. D. The latter two will not return next year. " • '• Urania M. Gedye Graduated— , Announcements have been received here that Ursula M. Gedye, | daughter of the 'Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Oedye, , was graduated from the Radcllffe public schools. 'She was president of the senior class of 50. She attended school here when her " Waterloo, til,, last week death of her father. Other by the WILD 100-BIG ACTS—100 .Washington Bi-Centen- Spirit of 1776 prologue. Afternoon an£ Night; • Rain or shine,, acts before. performance. 25 and 50 ceh|8. AWONA--HHTA* IESDAY JUNE;?™ McCall Field,. • -* fan l8 v the'son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geelan, of Ruthven, and is..a,'graduate of the 1 * Ruthven high School and of' Columbia college In Dubudiue. He has been associated with his uncle, H. W. Oeelan, here tor the last few years, they will make their home In Whlttemore, living in the Frank Gappa residence. Edith Rlngler, Minneapolis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rlngler, was home over Sunday. Fred Maahs, of Nashua, Minn., Isited Sunday with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Julius Maahs. He accom- anled a Mr. Trager to Whlttemore, nd the latter visited In Ltvermore. H. D. Stahmer, pastor of St. ohn's Lutheran church of Falrville, eft last week Monday for Daven- ort to attend the Walther League onventlon. There were no church ervlces at St. John's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Behnke, of Excelsior Springs, Mo., visited over he week-end with /Fred's parents, Vtr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Henry, mother son, will return to Excelsior Springs with the Fred Behnkes. •Mrs. Geelan laughter of Mr. Schllz. She was graduated from the ilgh school In Hollywood, Calif., and s a graduate of Clarke college In Jubuque. Fenton Girl Is Married to Lohrville Principal parents were residents In more several years ago. "Whltte- New Teachers Are Elected— Verna Emanuel, of Iowa City, hag been elected to fill the vacancy of English Instructor caused by --the resignation of Mary Schilz, in the local school Cedar Falls Florence L. IJynch, of be principal next year, and is Instructor in home economics. F. J. Rockford will again be superintendent, ' 180 Railroaders Work Here— "Matt KlrschbaunV and his crew of 1*0 or more men arrived in Whltte- more a week ago Monday to lay new rails on the 'Milwaukee road bed. The newcomers made Whittemore busy in the evening. They moved to Hobatton last Thursday. Catholic School Graduates «— The academy commencement ex- ercjaes were held Sunday evening at St.'Michael's Catholic church. Graduates are Harvey Mergen, Rolanda Knecht.' Joseph H, Loebach, Car^.? V '.L.-.. . <..-„. Regina Henry ! n ««iiC5 HJVdred Elbert, Home from Honeymoon Trip- Mr, and Mrs, J, B. Geelan return ed Sunday from their honeymoon trip Jnto Canada. On their return they visited Mrs- Fisher, of Stuart 'formerly Anne Albers, local high school teacher. Attend! Kepliews' Ordination— '•i Mrs. PoU Cullen was In Sioux City last week attending the ordl nation exercises of her two neph ews. Philip Dailey, of Ayrshire, i Condon, of 'Emmetsburg, W, Swanson.were . visitors in Minneapolis the first week, a»4 Mr. Swanspn trough with Him the latest in a oombi ambulance and hearse. graduated from college a wee evening. Both attend ^ Is the youngest and Mrs. P. J. Mr. and Mrs. d. fl Bllnkman and three sons, Lu Verne, Minn., spent the week-end fishing at Fairmont, •Mihh., and visited-Mrs. Blinkman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. , 'Dr. McCreeryt Father Velt, and Oscar iPolrdt' left; the first of the week for a week's trip Into the northern Minnesota lake region, ai-< most to the Canadian border. A 6V4->lb. baby girl, Donna Jeanne, was born last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman, south of Whlttemore. This Is the .third child and second girl. A 2V4-Ib. boy was born last week to Mr, and Mrs. Archie >, Voight, south of town. This la the first child In the family. He has been named James. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and son, of Eagle Grove, spent Sunday with local relatives and friends. Ruth Balgeman came home last week from Sheffield; where she had been teaching, •Mrs. Bachman and daughter, of Carroll, visited at 'Frank Derner'9 last Week. Patricia Weir returned to Sioux City last week after visiting her parents, Mrs. Tom mere, N. D., last week to visit her parents. : ' Catherine G-engler, of Sioux City,' Is visiting her parents north of town. Wetr left for Wynd- daughter, Mrs. Q>ac* Gibbons, and her children, who will live with the Klusses this summer. The Meth0dlst-Pdre«in"Misslonary L society will meet this week Thursday at "the church!. hostesses, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and • Sti-a; George Boettcher. ' :/ .' The F. H. Bohns were guests at a birthday dinner at the home of Mrs. Bohn's brother, Tom Goeders, Cylinder, "last week Wednesday. The Walter Warners, Des Molnes, came Friday to visit till Monday With Mr. Warner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warner. Clalr Ike, helping Jens Nordahl at the latter's barber shop, has moved Into rooms over the 'F. J. Wels- brod harness store. •Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Griffith, Des Molnes, spent Sunday and Monday' at Mrs. Griffith's brother, P. H. Jensen's. • The W. W. Boettchers visited the Charles 'Schemels at Calmar from last week Wednesday till Sunday. The Andy Wallaces, Buffalo Center, were Sunday visitors at John Wallace's. iBeulah 'Larson, Burt, spent a few- days last week with Mrs. Dorothy Gerhard. •Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod attended a quilt- Ing party at Mrs. John Light's Friday. ' The W. H. .Baileys, iRock Rapids, were at W. V. Yeager's. NORTH KOSSUTH COW TESTING ASSN. PICNIC NEXT TUESDAY The annual tour and picnic of the North End cow-testing association Will be held at the Mescher and Droessler farms, one mile east Bancroft, next Tuesday. A cdntest will fa held for the selection of an association'representative,in,a state dairy cattle Judging • .contest ' 'for coV-test dssoclatlbn members at the Waterloo -dairy .cattle congress in October, Games, .'including, kitten- ball, Are Included in the program. Floyd Arnold, of Wie Ames dairy extension service, will speak on dairy feeding and management. Eatfh family attending Is to take a basket lunch. Coffee, Ice cream, and milk will be furnished free. Fenton,. May 31—Bertha, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell, was married to John Mlck- Ick last week Wednesday afternoon at' 2 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, the Rev. Mr. Gaard, of Cylinder, performing the ceremony In the presence of Immediate relatives and friends. The bride was attended by Mamie Pederson, a cousin, and the bridegroom by Dale. Long, Ringsted. The new Mrs. Micklick Is a graduate of :he Fenton high school who had aught near Ringsted during the ast year. Mr. Micklick is a former principal of the local high school who.,had for the last two years taught at Lohrville and^'hasV.been elected for next year as principal of the same high school. The newly- veds left Sunday for Harwlck, Pa., where the bridegroom's father resides. Mr. 'Micklick has a younger brother there who will be graduated this year, and the couple planned :o attend the exercises. On their re- urn August 1 they will start housekeeping at Lohrville. Out-of-town 'rlends who attended the wedding vere Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Belken, ormerly of Fenton, now oE Dun- 3ombe. rlethodlsts In Revival Campaign- Evangelistic meetings have been leld at the Methodist church two veeks and will continue another week, Eugene 'Palmer, Ottumwa vangelist, directing. This week Tuesday night Mr. (Palmer will talk on the lite of a gambler; Wednesday will be a day of fasting, prayer, and forgiveness, 'services beginning at 10 a. m. and continuing till-3 p. m.; Thursday evening will be young people's night, and after the. services a "deaf and dumb" play and a party for the young people will take >lace In the basement; Friday night vill be'amusements night, when all must have tickets:.of admission; Saturday morning at 10 the children, rt-ith Mr. Palmer and the (Rev. Mr. Snyder, will go. on a hike to "Horse- .hief Cave" and there have a wiener and marshmallow roast; after the services that evening there will be a public wiener roaat, and Sunday, after morning services, there will be a community dinner in the church >asement. Memorial Day |g Observed— Memorial day was observed Moiv- day with a program at the opera louse at 10 o'clock: America, audience; invocation, Rev. J, T. Sny? der; song, The Home Road, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod; recitation, The (Flag Goes By, Edmond Krause; song, There :Arfe Many Flags in Many Lands, : -Geneva -Glaus, Dorothy of a SpU Welsb'rod; •eading, In Flanders Fields, Leona Borchardt; address, the Rev., Mf. Snyder; Star-Spangled Banner, aud- ence. After the program graves at the cemetery were decorated and :he usual'rites took place under the auspices of the local Legion post.; Farewell Parties for Two— Marlys Jensen was guest of honor at a surprise farewell party at her home Friday afternoon given by members of her 4-H club. She la a this year's graduate of the local high school and will'leave June I with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. P. H. Jensen, for a new- home at Fort Dodge, where she will attend Junior college next fall. A farewell party was given at Fred Kuecker's last we/eX Wednesday evening ur of her brother Perry, schoolmates, and other friends taking part. Dreyer; poem, ^Prayer dier in; • France, Ruth Pharmacy Student Comes Paul Eigler drove to Omaha Friday to bring home his brother Derwood, who has been a pharmacy student at Creighton university dqr- ing the last two years. They were accompanied by Mrs, Henry Wel«. Who- had spent several dajra with her daughter Iva at Council Bluffs. ' Teacher and Collegian Home- Elvira Krause, music and English teacher at Garner, came Friday evening to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. She drove home in a new Chevrolet sport coupe. Her brother August! attending Luther college, also got home Friday. Ball Boys Beat, Lone Rock—The local Twin Six League ball team defeated the Lone Rock aggregation by a score of 7-2 here Sunday. Hendrickson and Krause were the Fenton .battery; Hutchlnson, Marlbw, and' J Krueger for Lone Rock. Surprise Birthday Party Given- Arthur'Meyer was taken by surprise on his birthday anniversary Sunday night at the home of his paents, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, by relatives and friends. Other Fenton News.. The O. H. Schmidts moved Saturday into the Mrs. Minnie Dreyer cottage, formerly occupied by the E. D. Whites. The Whites, who now have the Adolph Gramenz house, :eft last week/Monday for Rock Falls, where Mr. White is • helping his father, E. L. White, with farm work during the summer school, vacation. . - -.. '. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Welladsen, their granddaughter, Doris Willadsen,;, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetsch, -all'' of Clinton,' came Saturday for. an over-Sunday; visit at H. Geronsin's. Mr. and Mrs. Willadson are'Mrs. Geronsin's parents;, a.nd'Mrs. Goetsch-is her sister. Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Belken, of Duncombe, near Fort Dodge, who came to attend the Mitchell-Micklick wedding last week Wednesday, visited Fenton friends till Friday, when they went to Cylinder 'for an overnight .visit at George Freeman's. Mr. and Mrs; E. p. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Relmers, Mr, and Mrs. O. ; H. Graham, Mr, and Mrs. W. W.; Boettcher, and George Boettcher attended a ipariy at the William Reimers', Whittemdre, last week • Tuesday night.' : ' • Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsoh,. son Richard, Mr. arid Mrs. Carl. Priebe, Herman Luedtke Sr., all- of Fenton, Ernest Priebe, Lone Rock, and Lester Jensen, Ringsted, left Friday for a few days' fishing vacation at Spring Lake, Minn; Margaret Stephenson spent. several days last week with relatives at Algona, She is the daughter of O. J, Stephenson, former district court clerk,'later an Algona business man, Who now-conducts a grocery;;store here. • Wilfred Relmers, Signa Render-, son. Olive Morrison, Leo MoNulty, and Harriet Muelhaupt, of Austin, Minn,, came -Saturday to visit till Monday with Wilfred's parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. E, Reimers. Melinda ' JHantelmann, Allison teacher, came home 'Friday for the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and i Mrs, Datn Hantelmann. She has taught three years at Allison and has been reelected. The Oliver Stoebers, Armstrong, spent Sunday with Mr. Stoeber's parents, Mr, and, Mra. \y. E. iStoe* ber. Ollyer reqently, sold'; his hardware store,, and has not'y'et decided what,he wilTdo., ' Mrs,, Dean Nellls^ of Renwick, and, her daughter Rose Mary, spent last week at'the parental C. C, Kern home, Mr, Nejlis came Saturday, and tfiey went home with him day. William Fisher and his grand' daughters, Margie Voight and Alice Blecfcweim, left last week Tuesday for Hawley, Minn., tp visit the' mer's daughter, Mrs. Becl?. , $fr. a,nd Mrs, F/C. Kluss went to Sunday to bring home their ANNOUNCEMENTS I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for County Auditor of Kossuth county, subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary. Your vote and support will be appreciated.—Harley E. Bartlett. • 32PAtf I AM A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican nomination for supervisor in the First district, consisting of Whittemore, Garfield, Cresco, Riverdale, Irvington, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvington township. 33(2)20tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MTvCAN- dldacy for county attorney of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters.—H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-38 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for the republican nomination for county attorney, subject to the will of the voters at the June primary.—G. W. Stlllman. . 25u23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nomination for county auditor subject to the will of the voters at the primary election June 6; 1932.—Earl F. Griffith. ' .' :-. . 29(2)26tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for the 'democratic nomination for supervisor in the First district. Your vote will be appreciated.—'Henry Scheppmann, Irvington. •' ..,"' E. L. HARRIS, CANDIDATE FOR .Republican nomination for sheriff at primaries June 6,- 1932. Four years -experience as- deputy -sheriff. 18p33-38 I .HEREBY ANNOUNCE THAT I . am a candidate. for supervisor in District No. 3, on the democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated.—W. S. Cosgrove. 25p35-38 I ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY for •the republican nomination for Justice of the peace, Algona township. —Hiram B. White. . , 18u34 T 38 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSEIyF as a candidate for constable, Algona township; on the republican ticket.—C. C. Wright. 1&P35-38 I AM A CANDIDATE FOB, RE- publican nomination for sheriff of Kossuth county subject to the will of the voters in the June primary. World war veteran and member of American Legion.—W, H. Steward. 33p36-38 I AM A CANDIATE TO SUCCEED myself as Justice of the Peace, Algona township. Your support will be appreciated.—L. A. Winkel. 21P36-38 I ANNOUNCE MYSEUF AS ^candidate for the republican, nomination for Supervisor, Dlst. 2.—E, N. Taylor. ' 16p36-38 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE my candidacy for the Republican nomination for constable, Algona township. —Floyd Newvllle. 14u37-38 PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE State of Iowa, Kossuth County: To the Qualified Electors of Kossuth county, Iowa: In compliance with the provisions of Section 551 of the 1931 Code of Iowa, notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of Kossuth county, Iowa, that a primary election wilt be held at the regular polling places in the several election precincts of Kossuth county, Iowa, on Monday, June 6th, 1932. The polls will be open from S o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p. rn. At this primary election candidates are to be nominated by the Republican and Democratic parties tor .the following offices: ; ' i One United States Senator. One Governor. ' One: Lieutenant Governo-. A ^ One Secretary,of State. llS One Auditor of State. One Treasurer of S'.-i.te. One Attorney General. One Secretary of Agriculture. Two Railroad Commissioners. One Representative in Congress (8th district). One State Senator (47th dljtrlct). One State Representative (85th district). One County Auditor. One County Treasurer. One Clerk of the District Court. One County Sheriff. One County Recorder. One County Attorney. One County Coroner. One' Supervisor, District No. 1, term beginning January, 1934. One Supervisor, District No. 2, term beginning January, 1933. One Supervisor, District No. 3, term beginning January, 1934. One Supervisor, District No. 4, term beginning January, 1933. Township Officers— Two Justices of the Peace for each township. . Two Constables for .each>;; township. " One Township Trustee for each township. Tterm beginning January 2, 1933. One Township Trustee for each township. Term beginning January 2, 1934. One Township Clerk for each township. One Township Assessor for . each township. One Party Commltteman and one Party Commltteewoman for each precinct. Delegates , to the County.Coj^ven- tion are,to 'be elected as follows; Precinct Republican Democratic Algona, 1st Ward—6 Algona, 2nd Ward -8 Algona, 3rd Ward—5 Algona, 4th Ward .5 Buffalo Township '-6 Burt Township': 5 V Cresco Township __3 Eagle Township _—2 East Lone- Rock CBurt' Township) 2 Fenton -: 4 Garfield 3 Germain — 2 Grant _—,!— '.----to. Greenwood -3 Harrison i-J—6 Hebron _i_—„—_-2 Irvington : ——-—3 , •Lakota .- ^—-4 Ledyard ... —4 •Lincoln _--. .-—-2 Lone Rock „—_~2 ;. Lotts Creek——_--2. Lu Verne _. ". 4 ' Plum Creek . -.2 Portland 3 Prairie .—2 Ramsey ,„—2 Riverdale 2 Seneca —— '. 3 •Sexton Precinct (Irvington Twp.V 2 Sherman —. ..2 Springfield -—-2. 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