Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1933
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K033UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA AT PMAY15 set, »Linked she WM ierln M John and Ma«da- W'fl*.eldest often "ting the eldest often : ' s born March 18, was born MichaelBr •, and came to 22.Mar- Notem- and her . .* Aleona, sne anu u«i ;±fnoVheast ot St. farmed lere of , Dubuque, died and Br- I'ffliT^Sn fit. 1 als °uSeumonta. Children .John, Algona; J. Pet- and Anna, .^fonr Sisters and one t Mr Mary Thilges, fit tSgaretMarso.Whltte- * , Joseph Fuhrman, Llv- ,W. Philip Zellar, Clare B . WiHiam Link, St. Joe. smade in the St. Jos- Pallbearers masons: Michael were Twenty Years Ago RcwHte> from «•• Advance of Ma, 21, IB13 I patient Brought Home— ore and Orville, Wagner Iowa City Thursday after- turning home Friday morn, their mother, Mrs. Lucy § W ho had been receiving Id. udere Hare Picnic— [nth graders, chaperoned by . Father Theobald, picnick- L Irvington woods Sunday. ternoon was spent playing (all and other games. Pastor Calls Here— Jer Juneblut, o£ Danbury, and IBmst, of Oto, were visitors > Schmidt's last week Tues- [ening. Father Jungblut is • pastor here.' I Wagner Laid Up— |e Wagner is suffering from teiy sprained ankle, received 1 evening during chores. Jal School Ends Tonight- tag exercises in the St. Jos-. :hial school will be held : Thursday night. Other St. Joe. [and Martha Becker accom- I the Anton Becker family to Jiedlct Sunday to visit the lEischens. Their daughter |Eischen was in the solemn mlon class. The (Beckers' |ers Bernadine celebrated ;hday the saane day. nd Mrs. Ernest Gales re| home last Wednesday from is, Minn., where they attend- i wedding of Mildred Faber jhn Pauly last week Tuesday. join Pauly is a niece of Mrs. I John Thills, of Whittemore, , and Mrs. John Fuhrman ISunday dinner guests at \ Puhrman's. Alphonse Berte, has been fe past week, Reglna Thil- West Bend, is doing the jrork. [Rev. Father Theobald and pmer spent last Tuesday at land, {ishing. They reported ack. [and Mrs. Dominic Zlemet and Kemna family, of West [spent Sunday at Henry Zie- irine Delm and Fern .'. Glsch ay at Joseph Kramar's. [returned to Algona Monday Becker joined the Liver- iseball team last week. This ''longs to the Hum-rite Kramar left Sunday tor a short visit in Owa- M Waseca, Minn. Thilges, of Algona, is ! some time visiting rela- uhls vicinity. (Abraham, of Shenandoab ]»e week-end at Mike- Wilt- [John Fabers, of West Bend "day with Mrs. Lucy Wag- , (Representative C. B. Hutching Wrote a column for that week's Advance on a then new state law providing public funds for county fairs. The question, he said, would have to ibe submitted to the people The tax could not 'be more than 11,000. 'It was feared that Kossuth could not benefit, because the county owned no Interest In the fair grounds. • * • • In another story on the county fair, President E. A. Wolcott was reported as offering a large silver cup for the best draft horse shown that fall. Mr. Wolcott had been voted a $100 salary by the fair board, and he was devoting it to that purpose. The cup had to be won twice by the same party before It became a permanent possession. • * * * Florence Collins (now Mrs. C. H. Beardsley) had entertained the school board, wives, and Supt. Overmyer at the Bryant building. A four-course dinner was served by her domestic science class. • * » * W. H. Anderson had been named buttermaker for the Algona creamery .to succeed his brother, L. P. Anderson. He came from a Mason City creamery. L. P. was troubled with granulated eyelids and was taking treatment from Doctor Shore, Des Moines. • * * • Nineteen-thlrteen was the wettest year Algona has ever had. The weather had been cold,, with sunshine conspicuous by its absence, which is about the same fix we are In in 1933. Compare the following "ata: iprll— 1912 1913 1st week .07 1.65 2nd week — 1.00 1.91 3rd week 1.30 .02 4th week — .36 .77 day— 1st week 1.74 2.55 2nd week — .49 2.40 3rd week .27 2.49 A brother of (Mrs. W. H. Hodges lad been drowned at Squaw Lake, Minn. In a search the body of one I. W. Haines was found. Mrs. lodges' ibrother was S. H. Cook. • * * * Judge Quarton had given a talk >efore buttermakers of the county at Bancroft. * * » * The following seniors were to be graduated from the high school: Walter A. Barton, Yarda S. Nelson, Myrtle Ruth Beane, Vera Ogren, Jernice Cronan, Lewis Rlst, Irene Lott. Creek Wetzel had her ton- aoved l as t week £?™ h ° 8 »»W. next day. Tuesday Algona « «uma next day. ' She has g ^E six weeks with aftaffi her co ^ion,is . Ernst Thiel, of Ald Ristau visit at William is Mr. Wetzel's Kermit, children of M Kueoker, have be observea ins? ^ eek Thursday at tt instep of on Thursd - F w «<*-end and at o£ber Helen its student at Ce- with 8i«ns, ol Pento » w IB * IBier at Totals 6.25 11.79 1933 .30 .00 .25 .36 .41 .22 1.54 nosew all, Doretta 11 - Marie Wehler, nni Car ° n> RUth Median, Oillesple, Glenn Naudain, Leota May Hackman, Pauline Norton, Nellie Hodges, Edna Peterson, Tra- cle Holtzbauer, Helen .Irene Quarton, Bryant Ives, Ruby Skinner, Lois Keen, Morton Stephenson, Gordon Kuhn, Mildred Schenck, Clair B. iLalrd, and Cecile N. Winslow. • * • « The Gollraar Bros, circus was to come to Algona the next week. (Mr. and Mrs, I. M. .Pinnell had become parents of their second son, Edgar, on May 15. • * • « Only three pupils were to be graduated from the Ledyard high school, and only one from the Lone Rock school. * * * * An editorial note said "Uxtra! Uxtra! It Is reported that the sun shone fully one minute and 27 seconds yesterday afternoon." The spring of 1933 seems to be competing with 1913. • * » • There was constant discussion in the newspapers of the county on the question of division of the county. Citizens ot the county were to vote on the question that spring, following the state legislature's refusal to divide without a vote. • * • • Supervisor C. B. Heise said the wet weather oE 1913 was not the worst in Kossuth history, for in 1877 there were 18 rainy days in June and 12 cloudy days, leaving only two when the sun shone. « * • « The old Foss building, which stood where the Haggard & Falk- enhainer building now stands, had been moved into the street and was to he used as a carpenter shop while "Hal" Cowan built a new building for H. C. Adams. Conrad Herman was to do the carpenter work. • * » • A moving picture at the Call was to be three reels oE Dickens' "Martin Chuzzlewit." A reel showing the Charge oE the Light Brigade and a baseball pennant puzzle reel wore also billed. • * * • Wm. C. Steele had purchased the lot where he now resides, paying $1,000. • * • • The heirs oE J. E. BlackEord had offered to present to the city a tract oE woodland south o£ the Blackford bridge for use as a park. It was to be improved and named "Blackford Park." DEATH OF TWO MEN AT FENTON SADDENS TOWN iFenton, May 23—Two deaths of well known citizens stirred (Fenton last week. One was that of Herman Luedtke, the other of August Krause, 82, who suffered a stroke last week Wednesday and died next day. Mr. Krause was born December 7, 1850, In Wlesenhoeh, West Prussia, Germany, In a family ot 11 children. In 1886, at 16, he left home to earn his own living, and during the following four years traveled In Germany, visiting the principal cities. At 20 Mr. Krause came to America, landing at Baltimbre June 15, 1870. He worked for some years n Maryland, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Colorado, also In silver and coal mines. At Braidwood, . 111., on July 3, 1877, Mr. Krause married .'Rosa- inda Luedtke. Eleven children were born, three of whom died In nfancy. In February, 1882, the 'amily moved to a farm in Fenton township on which they lived 24 years. , An accident In which Mr. Krause i)roke both arms forced him to eave the farm, and he moved to Fenton and entered the mercantile justness. After 13 years he retired. •Besides the widow there survive :he sons Gustav and Arnold, iFen- ton; Walter, Lone 'Rock; and the daughters, Mrs. Henry Meyers and Mrs. Alexander-Radlg, Lotts Creek; Mrs. August Zumach Louis Dreyer, Fenton. the high school girls and a town team, resulting in a tie. A style show was> a feature ot the afternoon, all of the past year's work being on exhibit. Out-of-town teachers have left for their homes, Brother of Mrs. Snyder Weds— The Rev. J. T. Snyders wertt to .Rockwell City last week Wednesday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Snyder's brother, Marian Losse* and Phyllis Snyder remained there with her grandparents, near Lake City, for a longer visit, the rest returning Saturday. The News at Irvington Ben Zaug, August Schaffer, Marie Schneider, all of West Bend, and Minnie Scheppman, Irvington, eft for Elgin, 111., Friday at 4:30 a. m. and arrived at 2 p. m. Minnie planned to visit relatives In Elgin, Chicago, ,and other points In Illinois indefinitely. It Is reported that Mrs. Nick Decker, near St. Benedict, was ser- ously hurt in an automobile accident Saturday. 'She Is at the Kossuth hospital. The car in which she was riding Is reported to have collided with another car at the VIcMurray corner, near the 'Decker lome. The Missionary society met Friday at the church. Mrs. V. J. Schichtl had charge> of devotions, and missionary articles -were read by Mrs. Schichtl, Mrs. M. L. Roney, Mrs. A. MoLean, and Mrs. K. P. Roney. Mrs. M. ,L. Roney offered prayer. A large number of parents and friends of pupils attending the Irvington school had a picnic at the schoolhouse Friday. After dinner the pupils entertained with their rhythm band. Later races were run and prizes awarded to winners. The pupils In No. 4 had a picnic Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philp spent Sunday at Harold Curran's, near Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness, of Walworth, Wis., and Mrs. Mary Harness, who had been with them during the winter, plan to drive to Frank Oltsworth's this week Wednesday, and Mrs. Mary Harness plans to spend the summer here, the others returning to Walworth after attending commencement exercises' at Algona. Jos. Stuflick, Fort Dodge, and his son were at O. L. Miller's Sunday morning. They told of the tornado which visited Fort Dodge Friday evening. Mr. Stuflick said that as many as 18 barns in the storm district were wrecked and a few people were injured. The Rev. A. 'English preached Sunday on The Message of the Rainbow. He read the 9th chapter of Genesis as the scripture lesson. The text was, And there was a rainbow around about the throne, in sight like' unto an emerald. Revelations, 4:3. The congregational scripture for this week is tne 22nd chapter of Revelations. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller were guests Saturday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney's, Algona. The occasion was in celebration ot Mrs. Carney's birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred MUler, of Armstrong. The evening was spent at .bridge. .. T •Le 'Roy Scheppman recently spent a few days with his sister, Mr?. Ben Schmidt, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. iPrank Thornton and their daughter, Mrs. Lyle Clark, of Emmetsburg. were Monday dinner guests at Seward Thornton s. The Henry Scbeppmans were bunaay guests at Louis Schalfer's, Bend. - . Elmer Haines, Peoria, I'll., and his son were recent callers at u L. Miller's. Mr. Haines reported thousands of acres of corn land in Illinois yet to be plowed. Much or the land has been under water or too wet to work. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mangle, near Lu Verne, are parents of a new 89». They have three other 4ren. The Mangles formerly livea in ihis Victoity. ,...„,» $*«. Paul Hudson lias <t><*nsui- felrtng frow a severe case of <polson Ivy The Aid meets talsweefe Thurs- dames Cox and Lemkee will be hostesses. Monica Studer, near Corwlth has been at 0. L. 'Miller's several days. Mrs. Charles Reaper recently spent a few days at Samuel Reaper's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schroder visited at Mrs. V. J. Schichtl's Saturday evening. The Schraders have been at Minneapolis, where Alberi has' been employed, for several weeks. At present they are visiting relatives at Burt. TTT«r.* West Hlfrh School Prize Awarded— At the commencement exercises last week Wednesday evening, Supt. Otterness presented Raymond Priebe with the Balfour Award for the highest average in the four- year course. Clara Gramenz lacked only three thirty-seconds of tying him. Quilt Show Is Planned— The Methodist women will give a quilt show this week Friday In the church basement. There will be premiums. A small fee will be charged at the door, an'd a free lunch will be served. To Work at the Lakes— Mrs. Kate Newel went to Miller's Bay, the Okobojls, last Thursday to work at the Patch eating house all summer. Luedtke and August Krause. The Or. A. T. Whitlows, Swea City, the F. C. Baileys, Iowa Falls, and Frances Bailey, Britt, were Saturday evening dinner guests at Frank Bailey's. The Rev. J. T. Snyders drove to Rockwell City last week Wednesday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Snyder's brother, Marian Losse, of Lake City. The Donovan Browns, Esther- vil'Ie, Avery Austin, Fairmont, and Verona Welsbrod were at C. 1>. Osborn's Saturday evening. The F. C. Baileys, Iowa (Falls, came Friday for a visit with relatives and to attend the funeral of August Krause. The C. W. Lauritzens and Lucille Wehrspann, Whittemore, came Friday to attend a school picnic and visit friends. The C. W. Lauritzens, Whittemore, came Friday to attend the school picnic and visit friends. EDITOR'S WIFE TO BE E'BURG P, M, To succeed Postmaster L. H. Mayrie, Emmetsburg, whose resignation was requested on grounds of age and alleged Inefficiency, Sen. Louis Murphy has the appointment of recommended Mrs. Jessie PAGE P1VB father was democratic patrofiaf* consultant In President Wilson's time, and his son Is democrat!* county chairman In Palo Alto. Th» younger Mr. Branagan was democratic candidate for congress in. last fall's election. The reaction in Emmetsburg haa not yet been learned here. Rivalry between democrats and republican* in Palo Alto is more pronounced than in Kossuth. Also there wera other democratic aspirants for th* postmastershlp, and no doubt ther* is dissatisfaction In such circles. Such dissatisfaction as there may be In either case is regarded as merely political/ Branagan, wife of W. T. 'Branagan, publisher and editor of the Emmetsburg Democrat, as acting postmistress. It is taken for granted that Mrs. Branagan will in due time be appointed for a full term of four years. Though her qualifications are not s in question, the appointment Is considered political, also natural In view of the prominence of her husband's family in democratic politics. Mr. Branagan's i ADDING MACHINE 1101X8 Former Pustor Speaks. The Rev. F. J. Clark, late Congregational pastor here, now ot Waterloo, spoke at the Clear Lak» Methodist church >Friday night on, repeal ot the 18th amendment. St. John's Winner From L. R. Friday Bancroft, May 23 — St. John's high school ball team won from the Lone Rock high school Friday at Lone Rock, 7-1. Batteries for L,one Rock were Gross and Schmidt; Deitering and Schneider for Bancroft. Deitering allowed only four hits. Last week Monday St. John's was defeated at Swea City, 5-4, in the only game St. John's has lost this season. + • Burl's Auxiliary Plans Poppy Sale 'Burt, May 23—The Burt Auxiliary will sell memorial poppies Saturday. All poppies sold In Kossuth are made by Antone Sorensen, disabled World war veteran at Irvington. The eight units in the county have taken 4750 to sell and give the public a chance to help care for the children of disabled veterans. Lone Rock The V. V. Fryes attended the wedding at Mr. Trye's sister Arline at Cylinder Sunday. Mrs. Ben Seegebarth went to Emmetsburg, last week Wednesday to work in a cafe, Alton Pettit has purchased a new Chevrolet from the Roderick Auto company. A Children's day program will be given Sunday, June 4, at the local church. and Mrs. A daughter, Mrs. Arthur Funk, California, died nine years ago. There are 31 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Three brothers, Herman, Fenton, William, 'Lone Rock, and one in Germany, also a sister, iMrs; Ottilie Major, Chicago, also survive. 'Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday, the Rev. W. R. Kabelitz officiating, and burial was made In the Immanuel Lutheran cemetery, liotts Creek. Obituary of Herman Luedtke— Herman Fredrich 'Luedtke, whose death of heart failure May 16 was briefly reported last week, was born July 16, 1858, in Pommern, Germany. His father having died, the widow decided to emigrate to America, and in 1874 settled in Braidwood, 111. In 1881 Herman came to Iowa and settled on a farm in Fenton township. Two years later, in 1883 he married Emilie Pompe, 'Lotts Creek, and for nearly 50 years they lived in this vicinity. Since 1920 Mr. and Mrs. Luedtke bad lived in Fenton. Mrs. Luedtke and ' six children survive: Ernst, Lotts Creek; Bernhard, Fenton township; Arthur, of Lotts Creek; Herman, Fenton township; Oskar and one/daughter, Mrs. Carl Priebe, Fenton. There are 18 grandchildren. Mrs. August Krause, Fenton, and Mrs. Ida iBehnke, Lotts. Creek, sisters, also survive. .Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, the Rev. W. .R. Kabelitz conducting, and burial made in the cemetery north of town. In Mr. Luedtke's memory a gut of $5 has been made for the Home •Finding society at Fort .Dodge by the widow, and a gift of $3 to the Permanent Support fund by St. John's Aid. Commencement Exercises Held— Commencement exercises were held in the high school auditorium last week Wednesday evening. Dr. •E. L. Jones, Plpestone, Minn., speaking on "The New Day, The New Deal, the New Leader." The program follows: grand march, played by Margaret Stephenson; invocation, the Rev. J. T. Snyder; music, mixed quartet, Margaret Stephenson, Virginia Frank, Raymond Zweifel, August .Meyers; address; boys' Glee club; presentation of class, Supt. M. E. Otterness; presentation diplomas, President G. R. Krause; class song; Star- Spangled Banner; benediction, Mr. Snyder. F. B. Women Hold Meeting— A follow-up meeting of Independence tbwnship, Palo Alto, Farm Bureau women was held at Mrs. Dennis Hendrickson's Wednesday, May 10, and 24 answered roll call. Accessories lor the 'home were made under the direction of Mrs. George Siems and Mrs. Bert (Berkland. Prom pieces of cardboard, bits of cretonne, prints, and oilcloth, attractive book-ends, recipe files, blotter pads, and pin cushions were made. Nineteen articles were finished. Lunch was served by Mrs. A. D. 4-H Plant Siile Today— The Fenton 4-H club will hold Its annual plant sale at the Widdel garage this week Thursday. Mulilcman Gives Sermon Here— iDistrict Supt. W. G.. Muhleman preached in the morning at the i [ Methodist church Sunday. Other Fenton News. The F. E. Welsbrods, Emmetsburg, the C. L. Osborns, and Irene Newel were Sunday dinner guests at F. J. Wesibrod's. The John Wallaces, the W. E. Stoebers, the Philip Weisbrods, and Wayne Alderson were entertained at Mike Weisbrod's .Sunday. The Edward Wlttes, Mrs. iFred Krueger, and Mrs. Clifford H'an- sen, all of Watertown, Wls., attended the funerals of Herman SPECIAL OFFER , Genuine Cannon Towels FREE ! One week Saturday, May 27th to June 3rd, inclusive Fluuffy Cannon Towels and Wash Cloths given away FREE with all purchases of DEVOE PAINT With each pint—1 Wash Cloth 12" x 12" With sach quart—1 Double Thread Turkish Towel 18"* 36" With each half gallon—1 Heavy Double Thread Turkish Towel 22" T 44" With each gallon—1 Extra Heavy Double Thread Turkish Towel 26" x 48" Here is your chance to assemble a complete set of attractive, long-wearing Cannon Towels. 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