Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1933 · Page 3
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w .. ° /this week : Tues" invocation, the Rev, Salute the Colors, reading, .The r, Antoinette Soldier Sleep, J?arm el' f^g ° E Freedom, f Memorial Day, Ed- iddre.8, the Her, L. sthervllle; Step on It, orchestra; reading, - Leg' on Pasean*. leglon.inemberH.-;/ lrsTc^'nunlon-- / tle boys and girls made ISmmunlonattheCath- last Thursday: -Francis Schneider, Robert Lang, Harold Hatas Murray, Raymond Inton M.' Kramer Ross fart McGUHgan, George iFrancls Qulnn, Donald Robert e, Do- Schlltz, Shay, Elaine Ann Helen C ene Lampo, I Rosemary Coyne lissch Bsrnice rs, BHzahet iNemmers, Rose Dobcy, Mary [Helen SkllHng, Elizabeth Berbers, ' I4iimer, France* Kith Custard. p P»Is Meet- to meeting of the Ban[ pals was held Saturday; [roll call, flowers I have I vase together; business; |k, Margaret Devine; dem- l flower arrangement, joessler; picture memory, rit and Marjorle Foth; irgtierit'e Welp and Eileen emonstration on braided lillda' Stork. . loing Some Building— \ I'Hellman is having a tolcken house built on his will be 30x40. George |nd his crew are doing the d Tigges, Edward Droess- « Roy Schiltz have built der houses, and J. B. |s having a new hog house, lilt on his farm, Frank Ing the work. ~ "^•^^•••--•^1^^^^,^^^^^^ Pioneer LuVerne Man Passes in California KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE THRB3I lontje Loses Appendix— Dontje underwent an tis operation at the Ihospital last week Tues- i is the 7-year-old daugh- Ir. and Mrs. Frank .Dontje. JCretzmeyer, Algona^ as| J. A. Devine. [ojs Defeat Indians— mcroft Legion nine won ia last week Wednes- Thls was the locals' i this season. t,u Verne, May 30—Word was Mcelved here Friday of the death last week Wednesday of Martin Craig ftt Long Beach, Calif. Mr. Crtilg, who -was past 80, was a pioneer settler here, and he afterwards lived at Livermore. In recent year's he had made his home at Mason City, with Mrs. Craig he had spent the winter with a daughter, Mrs. W. Cook, Long •Beach. Other surviving children are a daughter, Mrs. H. 'Lehman, /Denver, Colo., and sons Robert, Long Beach, Earl and Arthur, Mason City, and Herbert, .Livermore W. F. Godfrey, Lu Verne, is a nephew. Interment will be at Lu Verne, where a son Delbert was burled a few years ago. Former English Woman Speaks— , Mrs. Wm. Baddeley conducted an imaginary tour of the Progressive Woman's club through England and Scotland last Thursday at the home Of Mrs. B. Zeltz. 'Since Mrs. Baddeley's home till three years ago was in England, and she had visited Scotland, her talk was instructive. Mrs. A. Zwelfel, recent 'bride, and Mrs. Zeitz, who is moving away, were presented with gifts. Plans for a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park this week Friday were laid. Picnic Enfls School Year— An annual Lu Verne school and jommunity picnic was held last week Wednesday at the 'Renwick park. Almost every family which lad children in school attended, md many other persons who were interested in the schools were there. (Everybody took a basket dinner. Playground equipment, kittertball games, fishing, etc., furnished the entertainment, and at noon dinner was served in cafeteria style. Austin Burllst's to Return— Austin Burtis has been here several days, preparing his residence property; till recently occupied by the Dick Wermersens, for his own occupancy. The.Burtis family, former residents of Lu Verne, will be welcomed back. 'Friends here were interested in an account of the marriage, and a picture of the oldest daughter, who was married last Thursday to Willard Brooks Herslie, Minneapolis. J. J. Club Closes Season— The last meeting of the season tor the J. J. club was held Friday at Mrs. J. L. Eustaces. The afternoon program was in charge of Mesdames J. L. Lichty, Jesse Lindebak, and Albert Hetti. Progres- at three . Edw. Dehnert won -lie high scoro, Mrs. Bernard Wolf w'f; Vargason and Mrs. Wil- Woito were guests. |er Bancroft News. J Mrs. Le Roy Ostwinkle Im Des Mplnes 'Saturday patlon exercises at' 'St. ..' afternoon, Mrs, Ost- I sister, Mildred Deiterlng Jot the graduates. The Ost- Ivlsited Mrs. Ostwinkle's |here and Mr. Ostwinkle's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ost- [llgona, till Tuesday. 1 Mrs. Frank Fangman \ Vaske, and the latter's Mrs, Mary Froehle, -re; week Wednesday, from I Minn., where the Fang- Ited their daughter, Mrs pising, and .Mrs. Vaske bother visited Mrs. Albert •another daughter of Mrs. (jarlesSkilltngs drove down ' Wednesday from Winto be present when Mer Helen made her fmunlon last.Thursday at church. Helen stays 1 grandparents, Mr. and p Saunders, and attends r I Stehrltz came home from p Friday to visit over "i day with her mother, i Stebrltz, here, and her »». Mrs. JE. M. Hawks, She attends the Ham- mess college. J Mrs. R. N. Bruer. Osa!•• and her grandson, Nick pe Saturday to visit rel- *««y spent Saturday even-, [Sunday at >Fenton and "i returning here Mon- i ffles Glover, Los Angeles, son Jimmy arrived last I,u * her cousin, Mrs. C e - The Glovers and Im, n nner euests of the "as, Burt, Friday evening. IlL Gurney Farrow, Pe, came Monday for a l^rankMcGuireshere Ben Farrows, Lakota. Mr. > brother of Mrs. Me went to (Dlxon; 0 , attend the fui »l»» Mra - Mlna Bates, f went to Chicago to visit ' . Mr w went Mrs - Henry Dyer, Led- 8 ' Buffalo y he - re w r. and Mrs Center, Joe dt> Cowing spent Burt Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz, of Cedar Falls, came Sunday and visited until Tuesday with Burt friends. Clara Shay will return with them for a visit. The C. C. ParHSh fatally and Helen -Perry, Newton, came Saturday and visited over Memorial day at J. p. stow's. Mrs. Parrlsh Is a daughter of the Stows. The K. J, Smiths went to Kingsley Sunday, where Mrs. Smith and the children will spend a week with Mrs. Smith's mother. K. J. will return earlier. The Rev. S. H. Aten went to 6t- tumwa Monday to visit friends. He returned Tuesday and brought his daughter Irene, student at Cedar 'Falls. The C. 'B. McDonalds, of Sioux City, and John iMdDonalds, Emmetsburg, are spending Memorial day at O. "P. McDonald's. Mrs. Mary Madison, Paulina, and Mrs. Kate Olemmens, of Spencer, were in town Monday to decorate their parents', graves. Erma Davlson returned Monday from Sioux Rapids, where she has taught several years. She will teach at Bradgate next year. Al Staehle drove to Mitchell* & D., Sunday on a business trip and, will be absent for several days. Sellna Clifton, Mason City, visit* ed her aunt, Mrs. Annie Hawcott» Saturday and Sunday. iD. &, McDonald made a business trip to Lincoln, Neb,, Saturday and returned Sunday. Teacher Lcnves Lu Vcrno Pupils of the Lutheran parochial school completed the year's studies Friday ami had a picnic on the school grounds in the afternoon. B, Zeltz, who has been teacher two years, has resigned and with his wife and daughter left Saturday for New Ulm, Minn., where they will make their home. Lu Verne Couple Arc Wed— It is reported that Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, and Arno, younger son of William Rls- tau, were married at Davenport Saturday. Mrs. E. /cltz Honored— A group of neighbors met at Mrs. Fred Tlede-Lau's last week Wednesday to honor Mrs. B. Zeltz. Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith and their daughter Mary Ann were guests last week at H. C, Allen's, and accompanied by the Aliens visited Edw. Allen at Oakdale last Thursday. Saturday the Smith son James came by train. The Smiths are going to visit Spokane, their former home, soon. The Edw. Mantoys, of Brandon, Tex., arrived last Thursday for the summer with local relatives. Mr. Mantey is a teacher/ and Mrs. Brandon was formerly Grace Tiede. Stanley and Marguerite Johnston, Ruthven, spent last week at J. R. Farrell's. Their parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Gregory Johnston, came for them Friday. The Methodist Aid meets at the city hall next week Wednesday; Mrs. 0. S. Alexander and Mrs. Peter and Allen Thompson, hostesses. Mrs. Susan Rollins has returned to her home at Sylvas, 111., after three weeks with her sister, Mrs Jennie Le Vier. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended a high school alumni recep tion at Gold field Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pech left for their home at Atlanta, 111., 'Friday, after a visit at Max Block's. The Everett Thompsons, Lake City, were at Peter Thompson's Friday. Mrs. F. Zeitz, Fairmont, spent last week with her son, Teacher E. Zietz. Mrs. Minnie King, Omaha, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wilson Legler. SENIORS AT WHITTEMORE HAVE PICNIC ' Whittemore, May 30— A senior class day and W. H. S. picnic was held Tuesday on the school grounds. .Dinner was served in the school gym and a program followed: ,Boola Song, high school; Senior Class History, Rosella Volght; Senior Class Motto, Lester Qulnn; Senior Class Will, .Verdell Lauritzen; 20 Years Hence, Grace Carlisle; Comic Strip, Harold Wagner; Style Show, Home Economics girls; 'i^igh School song, high school. Presentation of medals to the hest boy and the best girl in the senior class were made by Supt. F. J. Rochford, the best 'boy Ibeing Lester Quinn, the best 'girl, Bernice Balgeman. After the program a kittenball game .was played, juniors and seniors against freshman and sophomores, and the juniors and seniors won, 10-4. Algonlan Commencement Speaker Commencement exercises were held Friday evening at Presentation academy for eight seniors who were graduated from the public high school. The speaker was Attorney H. W. Miller, Algona. The program follows: invocation, the •Rev. A, H. Wood; song, girls' dou- Ible trio; salutatory, Lester Quinn; song, boys' glee club; valedictory, Grace Carlisle; presentation of diplomas, Qupt, F.'J. QRochford. The seniors were Bernice Balgeman, Grace Carlisle, Francis Reed, Rosella' Volght, Verdell 'Lauritzen, Lester Qulnn, Harold Wagner, and Albert Volght. Three New IVhittemore Nurses— ' iRosella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs^ William QKiggins, was graduated as. nurse last week Wednesday from St. Joseph's hospital, Sioux City, and Viola, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman u was graduated May 12 from nurses training at Chicago, Hilda, daughter of Mr, and 'Mrs. H. Helmke, win he graduated in June from a Chicago hospital. _ Glaslers Are Heard From— John S. Cullen recently received a letter from >Dr. W. OB. Glasler, of Carlsbad, N. M., former resident here, who said his oldest boy would be x graduated soon from Notre Dame and ould then go to Johns Hopkins for medical studies. The youngest boy is attending the university of Denver/ Cullens Ar* Grandparents Mr. aneKMrs. Joseph M. Bonier, Detroit, the latter formerly Anna Zlta Cullen, are parents of a girl, born last week Wednesday morn- Ing. A telegram notified the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonn S. Cullen. The balby weighed seven pounds and bears the name of Mary Joanne. ^ tttoiamliere Jirfeat CrUnfw 1 The Lutheran Y. P. S. Wttenball team von trcm Cylinder Friday at Cylinder in a close game, 7-2, in the last inning when 'Cylinder made four scores. Linda Roeber is captain and Herbert Vaudt coach oi e local team. Injure* When Car Bumps- , 'Mrs. Jacob Hartman, Rodman, was bftdjy bruised recently, when a c*r IP which she was struck a bump in the road. brotfier.Veter Keene, was d Mrs. HartaMMi was formerly rude jce.en.e. and daughter Clara, who spent the winter with the J. E. Walkers, northeast of town, moved to Algona 'Friday. Mrs. Walker is a daughter of Mrs. Locke. Banco Band Man Married— Claude Willey, tenor saxophonist with George and His 'Rhythm Ramblers, was married Saturday at the Baptist parsonage, Estherville, to Ruth Shonkwiler. They will live at Estherville. Mary Gappa to he Bride- Banns of matrimony were announced for the first time on Ascension day at St. Michael's Catholic church for Mary Gappa, Whittemore, and Marcus McQuster, 'Norwalk. "* Council Studies Water Tanks— The councilmen and Bob Finnell have visited Belmond, Alden, and Britt to inspect town water tanks and obtain information on whether to build a steel or a wood tower here. Teachers Have Gone Home- Miss Emmanuel, high school teacher, left Saturday for her home at Cedar Rapids, Miss Lynch, to Cedar Falls; Miss Lindstrom, to Albert City ; Miss Samin, to Emmetsburg. Fleming 1 Store Redecorated — J. M, Fleming has exhibited faith in the future 'by redecorating the interior of his hardware store. The interior was given a new coat of paint. Seniors Spend Day at (Lake— The public school seniors had an outing at Lost Island last Thursday, but only caught two fish. Catholic Hours Are Changed— St. Michael's church, starting Sunday, will have early mass, at 7 and late mass at 9 a. m. Locals Win from Clare— The Clare baseball team played Presentation academy here* Friday, and the locals wori, 8-1. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz drove to Council Bluffs last Thursday to bring home Werner's sister Laura, who attends the state sqhool for deaf mutes. She Is taking •beauty culture at Council Bluffs. Arthur Putz and Herbert Braatz, Minnesota Lake, Minn., Edna Braatz and Rose Mary Schneider, Mankato, visited over Sunday with local relatives. Edna and Herbert are children of, .Robert Braatz, south of town. Edna Is studying nursing at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Mrs. Geelan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J Schiltz, and were accompanied by Jos. Schiltz, who had visited here. Evelyn O'Connor, niece of Mrs. Geeian, came to Whittemore for a visit. , Herman Baney, his aunt, and a Miss Miller, all of Waterloo, Ill- visited relatives here last week. Mr. Baney is related to the Wolfes and the Herman and Albert Vaudts. The Rev. and Mrs. W. Dlscher and their son Norman drove to Wall Lake Sunday afternoon to attend .'25th anniversary ceremonies for a pastor there, James, son' of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, was graduated last Thursday evening front Junior- Senior college at 'Emmetsburg. Jos Faher and Donald Weir drove' to Sioux City one day last week to visit Bud WolHver, nephew of Donald, a 'hospital patient. °*Ava Simpson' will visit her sister! Mrs. W. F. »elmers, this sum- men Miss Simpson haj toon teach- and are vislttaK the tor- , Mrs. Albert been, irfcfc. Opens Friday, June and OPENING SALE In Our New Location Tube Repair Kits 5c ' Contain*: Buffer Cement & Rubber Storage Battery The citizens of Algomi and community will )>e interested to learn that I have added to my present line of general merchandise a complete line of paints and varnishes, auto accessories, oil,, batteries, tires, etc. I have completed arrangements with a coast to coast store company, one of the largest buying organizations, whereby I will purchase these new lines direct from the different manufacturers at the lowest possible prices. This advantage of buying and furthermore not belonging to a chain, where it is necessary to contribute toward the expense of a costly general office, will enable me to sell merchandise below that of any chain or mail order house. 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