Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1932 · Page 3
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The vedd ng took place at the Sacred Heart church, LIvermore, the Rev. Father George Costello, Lohrvllle, fflctnung. Th6 brldo WM attendec j by Lucille Weyer, LIvermore, and the bridegroom by his brother Edward, south of LIvermore. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Both young people have spent their lives n the vicinity O f LIvermore; the bride Is a graduate of the Livermore high school and spent a year at ht. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she was In nurses' training. The pair will live on the Adam Sinn farm, near LIvermore. . Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanlfan, of Livermore, accompanied by the former 3 S | s ter, Nell Hanlfan, Algona, and mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan, St. Joe, and her grandson, Tommy Han- lfan, drove to' Clarion Sunday to visit relatives. Sons for Two Families- Mr. and Mrs. John Altman are parents of a boy, born last week Wednesday. H e was baptized Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Mr. 'and Mrs. Wm. B. Devtne are parents of a boy, born 'Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. Brother of Bishop 1'asscs— The Rev. Father Theobold drove to Fonda last week Monday to attend the funeral of Msgr. D. J. Heelan, brother of Bishop Heelan, Sioux City. Silo-Filling- Is Completed— Nearly all silo-filling was completed last week, and most farmers said it was high time, for recent winds have caused cornstalks to dry rapidly. Birthday Celebrated— A number of neighbors gathered at William Boldridge's Sunday evening to help him celebrate a birth? day. Supper was served. Other St. Joe. The Alley Rats were defeated 'Sunday by Whittemore on the Whlttemore diamond, 8-5. The battery for Whittemore was Elbert, Fish, and Farrei; for St. Joe, Klein, Wagner, and Thilges. Umpires were John Monson, Whittemore, and John Reding, St. 'Joe. It was reported two weeks ago that the Tom Devlnes had moved into "Grandma" Kramar's house. However, they did not move till last Thursday and 'Friday. The Nick Kleins, from LIvermore, are to have the Gales house vacated by the Devines. Clarence Kramar and James Becker returned last week Tuesday from visits at Claremont and Waseca, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Thul returned last week Wednesday from a week in Minnesota. Orville Wagner and his mother, Mrs. John Wagner, accompanied by Mrs. Ted Wagner, and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore, drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mr. and -Mrs. John Thul Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Thul Jr., and the latter's daughter Eileen, all of Clarion, spent Sunday afternoon at John Thul's. Mrs. E. J. Odell, Bancoft, and tier small nephew, Walter Odell, Denver, spent a few days last week with the former's brother, William Hammer. Gertrude Ulg and Alice Reding were Sunday guests of the latter'e sister, Alvina Reding, employed at Nick Hermann's.. A number of St. Joe people drove to Algona Sunday to attend the greyhound races at the Country club grounds. Jas. Kramar shelled corn Saturday, also George Wagner, and Nick N, Thilges shelled last Thursday. John Hammer and Mary Manthel spent Sunday afternoon with the E. J. Odells, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kramar visited the Theodore Besches, of Whittemore, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs,'' Louis -Fuhrman silent Sunday at the Peter Thilges home, Algona. • ' Herman and Julius Becker left Saturday for a week at points _m Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Devine entertained relatives fro'nv Eagle Grove Sunday. The John Besch family, of West Bend, spent Sunday at Adam Kramar's. Sister Mary Regina had a vieit from her brother at Alta Vista Friday. Alfred Reding is reported sick and under the care of a physician. Sexton Miis. A. L. Greenfield has heen at Wm. Greenfield's, near Irvlngton, since last week Wednesday, carins for Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, -who Is sick. Marie Harris and Edith Greenfield were at Harvey Steven's Tuesday evening to help write Invitations for a church homecoming day here Sunday, October 9. Mrs. Lloyd St,even, Burt, spent Monday here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neumari spent Monday at Forest City, where they had dental work done. Mrs: Leslie Huff took care of the store. The Rev. W. H. Lease had charge of morning services here Sunday, He preached at the Wesley Methodist church that evening. jlerman Wlae leaves this week Friday for Sioux City as lay delegate to the Methodist conference. Nell Wise gave her primary Sunday school class a party Saturday at the Mack Wlae home. Lunch was served to eight. Neva Olsen and her class of junior boys and girls had a picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state parif- The Fred Nearings spent Su^aay at LIvermore. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tay&r spent Monday gftemopn «.t Corwijtb, hav- ;ngr dental work 4one. The Clero on Church Adds Four Members Sunday Irvlngton, Sept. 27—Preceding the communion service Sunday three were taken Into the church on confession of faith and were baptized' and the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Roblson was baptized. The Rev. A. English read a part of the 14th chapter of St. Mark's gospel. Sorts whom had made ar-, rangements to unite with the church Sunday were unable to be present and an opportunity will be given these and others next Sunday. Promotion exercises will also be given next Sunday during the church hour from 10 a. m. to 11 a. m. The exercises will be presented by the class of juniors, under the direction of their teacher, Mrs. Casey .Loss. Every one Is cordially invited to attend. Boy Bumps Headj Dies- It Is understood here that Ernest Gaade, of near West Bend, father of the 10-year-old boy who died late last week, is a half brother of W. H. Bell here. It is reported that while the boy was milking In the evening he uttered an exclamation and upon being questioned he remarked that he had bumped his head. Later he became violently 111 and was taken to the McCreery hospital In Whittemore, where he died shortly after his arrival. A scratch was found behind one ear and it is not known whether he bumped his head or whether the cow kicked him. Missionary Society Meets Friday— The Missionary society met last Friday, afternoon at the phurch. Fourteen attended. Mrs. Earl Miller was the leader. The topics stud- led were "The Younger Generation and "India". A piano solo was played by Mrs. K. <P. Roney.. After the devotional meeting .white cross work was done. The society is making 200 sponges and several bandages as a part of its apportionment for the mission hospitals. Mrs. O. L. Miller and Mrs. A. McLean were hostesses. Mrs. Alfred Johnson Dies— Word was received here last Sat- urday concerning the death of Mrs. Alfred Johnson,'Laurel, Neb. Mrs. Johnson is the younger sister of Mrs. August Johnson here, and died very suddenly following a short serious illness.-. The nature of her Illness is not known here as yet. Mrs Johnson visited relatives in this vicinity a few'years ago. Her hus^ band died several years ago, and the daughter Elsie has been at home caring for her mother. Chnrleno Rutledge 8; Party— Charlene, small daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rutledge, celebrated her 6th birthday with a party last Friday afternoon after school, at her home. A number of girls were invited In to enjoy the occasion. Ber- nadlne, 6-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Douglas Riley, celebrated her birthday last Saturday afternoon. A number.of girl friends en- Joyed a party at her home. Bcgrlns Third Year at Ames— Charles Llndhorst left Sunday for Ames, where he will take up his third year's work at the State college. He spent the summer vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Llndhorst here. Other Irvington News. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chllton spent last Friday at the Clay county fair. Harry Johnson Is again with the Chlltons and took care of farm work in their absence. Mrs. Wm. Greenfield has recently been on the sick list and under the doctor's care. She Is suffering from gall bladder Infection. Earl Miller has been somewhat aid up recently with a crippled knee. Harry Babln has been suffering with lumbago. The Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs Donald Sparks. Air interested are Invited to attend. Mrs. Maud Schrader spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi, and family, of Bancroft. WHITTEMORE LOSES NIGHT GAMEJRIDAY Whittemore, Sept. 27—The E. J. Whaling Nighthawks, Detroit, played a ball game under floodlights on the local diamond Friday ' night against a Whittemore nine. The traveling team consisted of 21 members, and it had been winning games in the east and Canada. The locals •had played good ball.'Denny Hendrickson, 'Fenton, who pitched for Whittemore, had up to Friday lost only one game this season. The visiting team had its own floodlights and electric plant, and the field was illuminated as bright as day. The boys here played a good game, but the Nighthawks were too quick for them and won, 9-3.. James Foley, Whittemore, and Edmund Carmody, Cylinder, were umpires. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, . of Pomeroy, son Albert, and daughter Alma visited over the week-end with local relatives. Biology Clnss Seeks Specimens— The high school biology clase of 17 pupils, with Miss Lynch, teacher, went out at 3:30 Monday afternoon to look for Insects, frogs, toads, etc., for a school aquarium and terrarium. The class packed lunch and ;had a wiener roaet at ( a creek east of town, , Town Hydrants Are Protected— R. F. Flnnell has been • making repairs on the town Water system. Hydrants 'have been replaced and posts set beside them to protect •them from 'irresponsible motorists who have been breaking the hydrants off. Marrlaffe Banns Announced— Announcement was made Sunday tor^ the first time at St. Michael's church that Norbert HUbert and •Felicia Eisenbaoher,' Wesley, would. Soon be married, Girl Wins Drug Store. Watch—> The Cavanaugh drug store is for £ time giving away a girl's $6 wrist watch every Saturday night. Maxine Smith won the first one last Saturday. Whittemore Butter Wins Prize- Ralph , Bartlett, local creamery manager, won second prize on a tub of .butter he recently sent to a Wyoming state fair. Girl's Birthday Is Observed— A'surprise birthday party was given at Mrs. Margaret Heller's Saturday for the daughter Irene's birthday, Fenton Defeats High School— The high school ball team played a Fenton team last week Tuesday at Fenton and lost, l'5-O. Other Whittemore News. Elmo Barber and Edward Cullen drove to Minneapolis one day last week, and on the way back they stopped off at Hollandale to call on Eddie Heller and Louis Vaudt, who were gathering potatoes, and on}ons there. 'Edward 'has since come home. Elmo and Edward (Cullen) bought back 'potatoes, cabbage, and onlons. : The Cullen and Heller boys go to Nebraska spon to gather potatoes. •'•'.••' W, T. Oliver and Rosella Oliver returned last week Tuesday from Rochester, where they visited Rosa's father, Harvey Oliver. W. T, caljed'on Henry Felder, who recently underwent an operation, and found him planning to come home soon. Carl Hanaen, daughter Joan, and Mr, Hansen's brother Le Roy, Hol- ateln, motored to P. J. Qude's, Pea Moineg, where Mrs. Hansen and her daughter Beyerly had spent two weeks with her parents. Mr. Hansen brought his family homo Mon- Loute V^udt.Js at homejigain, filter having worked three wee&s, jgjm.0, 'Barber, er~ return that day or Tuesday, the other boys remaining to find work. W. R. Meyers, Palm Beach, Fla., has been visiting the Rev. and Mrs. H, D. Stahmer, Fairvilie. The P. L. Jessens and the Rev. and Mrs. William Fauletich were Friday evening dinner guests of the H. D, Stah- mers. Mrs. Ferdinand Heiee, of Easton, Minn., her children, and Mrs. August Heise were week-enders at the Henry Lavrenz home, Algona, and at August Schattschneider's here. Mrs. Ferdinand Heise was formerly Martha Schattschneider. H. R. Zumach, Whittemore, : and Nick Gengler, Lotts Creek, drove to Des Moines one day lasj week to attend a grocers' and meat dealers' convention. They were to bring back a carload of groceries. Mr. and Mrs. William Wegener, of Clinton, are spending the week with Mrs. Wegener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider, here, and Mr. Wegener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener, AJgona. The Bernard Hahns, Waterloo, visited Bernard's parents, the Otto Hahns,. Saturday, and both families visited the R. G. Misbach's, Fairmont, Sunday, Mrs. Misbach being Bernard's sister. Mr.- and Mrs. Arthur Fandel, who have lived at Douglas, Wyo., for some time, arrived last week Tuee- day to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. \ Grandson (Durwood Walters, Algona, spent last Thursday with Mrs. Helen Walters, and Mrs. Walters spent the next day at the Leo Walters home, Algona. Mra. H. C. Meyer and her grandson. Dean Meyer, left for Kenosha, Wis., last week Tuesday evening to visit Mrs. Trevis, daughter of Mrs. Meyer. Little Thomaslne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weir, is suffering from an infected gland caused by a ring catching In her throat'. The Jarnes Bisenius family, the Frank Kollasches, and the Joseph Eiseles spent Sunday at Albert Eisele's, Blue Earth. Edith ' Ringler, employed' at Milwaukee, came home .^ week or go ago to visit her varents, -Mr. and .Mrs. W. P. Ringler. Mr. and Mrs. William Longstreet, Decorah, visited last week with relatives and friends at Burt, West Bend, and Whittemore. Bert Shellmeyer fell off the hopper at the gravel pit one day last week and suffered an injury to a foot. Lorraine Botsford, Britt, spent the ( week-end with Mr. and Mra, Jam'es Geelan. The William Reimers family attended the'Spencer fair last Thursday. Miss .Gengler, R. N., has returned to Texas, after a visit here. A girt was born Sunday to Mr, and Mrs. Louie Braatz. Titonka R. J. Heaton was here 'Friday for the National Life Insurance Co., looking after a farm southeast of town formerly occupied by Ferdinand Schram. 'Emma Kruger, employed $.t the Alison cafe during the last few months, went to Minneapolis • Sun-* day to spend five weeks with her parents, .- . Mrs, Frank Fisher and her daughter Amle Jean were at (Britt last week Wednesday. It was "Aniie Jean's first birthday anniversary. The Antonie 'Pannkuks have moved from a house In south Titonka to the Henry isles house In east Vl- tonka. * Mrs. Raymond Krantz, Doris and Marian, drove to Maspn City Friday evening to bring home Clifford Krantz, attending a touslaees school there, Mrs. Healy, Britt postmistress, accompanied the star route mall Carrier here Friday for calls on friends. An Auxiliary radio j>ar$y and work meeting win be. held this week Friday at Eva Peterson's. Jay Bufllong took a tractor radiator to Fairmont last week/Tuesday to have lfc repaired. Mrs, E,ar} M.ojjarkey, 'I-akota, has been vjsjtlijs 'hsw two TITONKA H, S, CLASSES NAME NEWJJFFICERS Titonka, Sept. 27—Last week the high school classes, elected officers: The seniors elected as president, Donald Banta; vice president, Lester Eden; secretary-treasurer, Merwyn Hansen; sponsor, Alene Johnson. The Juniors elected as president, William Kennedy; vice president, Russell Kuchenreuther; secretary-treasurer, Helen Beed; sponsor, Lela Stevens. The sophomores elected: president, Herbert Rakow; vice president,- Harold Krantz; secretary-treasurer, Ruth Stott; sponsor, Coach Dunmire. The freshmen elected: president, Kenneth Kuchen- reuther; vice president, Kathryn Schram; secretary-treasurer, Edna Ites; and sponsor, lona Campbell. New Books for the Children— 'New children's .books have been received by the Public Library ae follows: Billy Whiskers Jr.; Billy Whiskers' Friends; Billy Whiskers' Vacation; Skeezlx and Pal; Buster Bear. For • adults the following hooks have been put on the pay shelf: The Good Earth, The Charming Sally; Obscure Destinies, The Green Murder Case. The Bishop Murder Case, new copies of "Seventeen," by Tarkington, and new copies of Hucklebery Finn and Tom Sawyer. Methodists End Church Year— The Methodist church year here closed Sunday, and the Rev. Carl Hammer, pastor, and his wife are attending 1 the annual Northwest Iowa Conference at Sioux City. During the last year here ten persons have been baptized; 16 persons have been received Into the church; and several hundred dollars have been paid'out for Improvements and on debts. The Aids at Titonka and Doan have taken In not far from a total of '$1,000. llfibckah lodge Wins Honor— Mrs. Mayme Butts, Wesley, past Grand Lodge president of the Re- mekahs, was here Friday, and ten local Rebekahs repeated the secret work before her, which placed the local lodge on the state honor roll for having one-tenth or more of Its membership able to give the secret work without a book or notes. Mrs. Butts was accompanied by - Mrs. John Amesbury, also of Wesley. Clnss Visits Power Station—. Last week Monday Coach Dunmire 'took his general science class to an electric light and power substation northwest of town, where 'Doyle Craven explained its workings. Doyle has had more than a year at the Dunwoody Institute at Minneapolis. Two Couples Mnko Tonr— The George Johnsons and the Antone Pannkuks left a week ago Sunday for a little sight-seeing tour. At the start they didn't know just where they would go/but they drove 830 miles In Minnesota and Wisconsin, getting back last week Tuesday evening. Girls Entertain Boy Friends— A number of girls entertained boy friends last week Wednesday evening- at a wiener roast In the Nelson woods, northwest of town. The first part of the evening was spent at skating at the coliseum. Truck Honey to Karket— Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz left a few days ago for Chicago with a truck load of honey, 7,000 pounds, gathered by bees owned by the Rev. L. G. Gartner, former Methodist pastor here. Region Auxiliary t o Elect— A monthly business meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held next Monday evening, and officers will be elected. School Board Names Janitor- William Schram was recently ap- pointed to fill the school Janito* canty;toft by the death <Jf Reynolds. E. I* Social Yields 111)— The fipworth League gave * 8ft* clal Saturday night in the form** Falk garage. The receipts , totaled $10. ' . Doctor Drlres New Car— Mrs. Ethel Bennett, Calif., baa been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Fisher. Other Titonka News. The following persons 'were at Mrs. Mary Stork's.Sunday: the Carl Mlekleys, Apllngton; Mrs. Martha Miekley, Ackley; the Hans Been- kens, Lakota; the Walbert Bruna family, Woden; the Harm HHHngas, Wesley; Mrs. Menno Redenlus, of Britt; and the Henry Storks, and Harm Kurtzlabens, Woden. Edith and Hazel Budlong, employed at Hampton, drove home Saturday evening, accompanied by Mildred 'and Virginia. Bootnes, Hampton, who visited the 'Roy Budlonff children, CBetty, Dorothy, and Alice. over the. week-end. Edith works In a bank, and Hazel teaches. Frank Reynolds and his mother have been visiting relatives at Mlll- idgevllle, Til.; also the son Charles at Cudahy, Wis., and the daughter, Lydla Briggs, at Iron River, Wis. Besides, they were to visit the John Balls at Monroe, Wls. The Lloyd Wellendorfs, Algofha, Rena Wellendorf, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otterson, honeymooning from Washington, D. C., were at Raymond Krantz's 'Friday. Mrs. Otterson is a sister of Loyd and Rena. Mrs. Miller Nelson, west of town, entertained her , bridge club last week Tuesday. Mrs. . Stephen da Vrles won the high score; Mrs. Earl Stott,'second; Mrs. William Boyken, low. Johnnie . Pauelspn and Robert Budlong, 6th graders, celebrated birthdays last week by taking- treats to school for their classmates. Johnnie Is 10; Robert, 11. Girls' and Misses' Berets Department Stores New Styles Rayon Pajamas Sl.OO Never Were Styles Prettier! Never Were Prices Lower Brand New FALL DRESSES $jj,75 . Here You Are! . The Newest Colors . The Newest Materials . The Newest Styles If you seek style at a price, then you'll enthuse over these chic fall frocks. 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