Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1933
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TWO KOSSUTtt COUNTY AfrVAKCB, ALQQKA. IOWA L R. CHURCH HAS PROGRAM BY CHILDREN . ILone Rock, June 13—Children's iflay was observed Sunday morning; program: (Exercise, Wilma Marlow, Doris «nd song, Jesus, Saviour Pilot Me, '^Donald Nelson, Claude Whitehill, t«eonard Rogers, Wilma Marlow, fietty Ann Sharp, Harold Padgett, Cordon Wegener, Lester Rogers, Marjorle Osborn, Dorothy Hobson, Lucille Genrich, Eugenia Mae Ho- Wus. (Recitation, Ruth Whitehill; ex- *rclse, Why We Have Children's 1*»y, Shirley Marlow, Verdabelle Thomson, Doris Mae Blanchard, •Harold Nelson, Leonard (Rogers, 'Wayne Tyler, Mary Jane Hofius; •ong, Verda Belle Thomson. (Exercise ,Wilma Marlow, Doris Hae Blanchard, Maxine Flalg, Lucille Genrich, Dorothy Hobson, Ber- Mary Gates, of St. Joe, Bride of Californian .St. Joe, June 13—Monday morn- Ing at 8 o'clock occurred the marriage of Mary Gales, daughter of the late Nicholas Gales and Mrs. Gales, of St. Joe, to Edward Zie- met, of Los Angeles, Calif., son of the late Peter Ziemet Sr. and Mrs. Ziemet, former residents of St. Joe. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father George Theobald at St. Joseph's church. The bride was attired in a sUiell pink flat crepe ankle length dress, white hat and other matching accessories. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and white snapdragons. She was attended by her sister, Hilda Gales Devine, who was attired In a yellow flat crepe dress with greei accessories and carried a bouque of yellow snapdragons. The groon was attended by his cousin Theodore Hubert and .both wore dark blue suits with boutonnieres. A wedding breakfast was served to PROTEST *aue wennec, .uorocny (HoDson, Ber- "*—""•& ui *.»«.»««» -"° "-• '~- — TReyce Rath; song, Claude White- * he newlyweds at the Wm. Devine •»«1. Reading, Doris Sanders; ex- home, after which they left for Los •twcise, Intermediate class. Angeles, Calif., where they will Play, Jesus and the Children of Today, and song, Shirley Marlow, JDellna Rogers, Wallace Hobson, Catherine Mae Householder, Betty Marlow; song, Primary and Beginners classes; recitation, Mary Jane Hofius; song, audience; closing .prayer, L. J. Hollister. Cradle roll exercises were pre- •«ented before the program. Eugenia Mae Hofius gave a recita- "tion, and the Beginners song. In a Tecognition service three new ba- J»ies were taken into the Cradle jroll: James Edward, son of Mr. •nd Mrs. D. K. Marlow; Frederick ZHvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Law- Tench Newbrough; and Richard ILee, son of Air. and Mrs. Carl «ath. Church Celebration Attended— •From here attending the Burt Presbyterian church's 50th anniversary celebration last Thursday evening were the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, the L. J. Hollisters, the SFrank Dackens, and the Cleo Hobsons. Mrs. C. Madison, Bert An- Cus, daughter Alice, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. -Blanchard, and the Rev. Mr. Gladstone attended a banquet in the evening. Four Attend Bible School— The Rev. S. M. Gladstone drove to Buffalo Center last Thursday, *nd was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Finlayson. Then he drove on to Hanlontown, where he Dicked up Ruth and Caroline Hall, make their home. Llvennore Swamped 16 Hitting consistently and playing errorless ball, tlhe St. Joe Cardinals opened their baseball cam. paign by crushing Ollie Nelson's Liverm'ore Cubs by a score of 164. Picking up a run or more every inning, they pounded three pitchers freely for a total of 16 hits. A. Klein started pitching for St. Joe and easily held control during tine eight innings he was on the mound. The batteries for Livermore were Raney, Hollenburg, Morris, Nelson, Fox, and McCrady. St. Joe used A. Klein, R. Kramer, and E. Thul. Oil Station is Moved— The rural Champlin oil station two and one-half miles north of St. Joe, managed by J. B. McNeill, was recently moved from the corner of the old 169 highway to tlhe corner of the new road. It took a lot of dirt to fill in the corner to raise the station to the level of the road. The McuVeills plan to move and raise their house to the same level to avoid future high waters that they have had to contend with in past years. Shower Given for Bride— Sixty attended a coin shower last week Wednesday night at the St. accompanied also by' Neva Shraeder, Ringsted, and Etta Bacon, Algona, drove to Scranton ^Friday, and the girls entered a •daily vacation Bible training school there. Attend Cow-Test Meeting— From here attending the annual •meeting of the North Kossuth cow- testing association at James >Nyman's last week Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hollister, the C. M. Cfross family, and the Harry Hob- IMr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton Were dinner guests. Attends C. F. Summer School— The Ralph Reidels, Fenton, accompanied by Florence Household- •er, drove to Cedar Falls a week ago Sunday, and Florence entered the State Teachers college for the summer session. Shower for Kuth Householder— •Mrs. Calvin Householder attend«d a post-nuptial shower at Mrs. "Wayne Richmon's, near Armstrong, one day last week for Rnth Householder. Imogene Roderick 16; Dinner— The Frank Bahlings, Burt, and the L. R. Rodericks were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert aJransfeldt Sunday in honor of ini- -ogene Roderick's 16th birthday. €. E. Has Wiener Roast— The Christian Endeavor had wiener roast at Hobson's Frida evening. Other Lone Hock News. Mrs. Harry Rahn, two children *lrs. W. C. Leeper, and the latter's jion Roy spent last week Wednesday at Fairmont, and Mrs. Leeper and Roy visited Mrs. Leeper's mother, Mrs. Eva Godden there last Thursday. The Leepers and the Jay Goddens attended the funeral «f a relative. George Hayden, Estherville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl, Superior, visited Friday at William •Krause s, and went to Charles City Saturday to visit Mrs. Rosendahl's Bister, Mrs. Frank Clayton. The Kosendahls went on to Chicago Wonday to attend the World's fair The Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. Will Christenson. Horotby Dacken gave a reading and a poem wa .a re ad by Mrs. L C JOJtmer. "•— -• tended, •at Mrs. I. w. Nelson's' Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, daughter Joseph Parish .hall in honor of evening was Mary Gales. The Twenty-five women at- The next meeting will be - KJb^ui n.£., uaugnier Kathryn, and Melvin Hawks drove to Mason City Sunday, and Gladys •fetebntz, Hamilton business college •student, came home with them for the summer. Ruby Schultz. who had spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick JBchultz. returned to her home near Saturday evening. Her par" Mr. and Mrs. Charles is •ents are Schultz. Ernest Jensen drove to Downey Saturday to bring home" his wife «nd children, who had visited his •parents there and Mrs. Jensen's -aster at Muscatine. Mrs A. A. Krueger. Krsel Blanchard, .Mrs. Calvin Householder, Ruth Householder, and Harlan Blanc-hard spent Monday at Des aioines. August Simbill, Penton and his son's wife, Mrs. Oscar Slmbill. of 'Chicago, visited at William Krause's and Robert Padgett's Sat° r -W?s p,,,ii u- « , Having taken over the insurance Jier• r-Ui, r • i ™ dlikiren . business of the former Cunning- Her fatle -m-luw, Mrs. Fr«l Gen-! ham & Lacy Insurance Agency, we tw-n 'n M erS / IaUKlltferLu - |shan be glad to be <" ser vice to spun Friday at.Fuinuont. !all their former patrons. We are in a position to provide insurance coverage in all its branches in reliable companies at reasonable rates, and can give good terms if Surety Bonds spent at "500" at 13 tables. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner won high prize and CLoretta Kellner consolation. After cards lunch was served by the hostesses, Peggy Gales and Mrs. E. J. Gales. Metzen Babe Baptized— -An item overlooked recently was the birth of a boy to Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Metzen, Sunday, May 21. The infant was baptized Raymond William May 28 at St. Joe. Sponsors were the child's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Metzen. This is the first child for the Raymond Metzens. Surprise for Eugene Tliul— A birthday surprise party was given Sunday evening at John Thul's in honor of Eugene's 21st birthday, and 50 relatives and friends were present. Cards, ?ames, and music furnished diversion. Luncih was served at a late hour. Weydert Daughter Baptized— The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. James Weydert was baptized Rosa Ann Clara Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mrs. John Weydert, of near Algona, and Frank Reding. Other St. Joe. Peter Ziemet, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr., and Isabelle Kruecher drove to Fort Dodge Friday to get Mr. Zie- met, who had spent a few days in By C. C. Robinson. To the Supervisors of Kossuth County—<I just want to know why you go off eight ,or ten miles to widen a three-rod road and a private road at that, and grade It, and gravel it a mile and a half, all just for two farms which belong to an Insurance company, and ihere I live almost in the city limits where a dozen cars pass my house to one that -will use the road you are widening and my road is not even dragged. That doesn't look good to me. When the McGregor road was first graveled I gave f 20 out of my own pocket towards graveling it, and I have pulled out many a car that was stuck. •I don't think the north end, of this road, has even been mowed for three years now. You supervisors get a fat salary: why not treat everyone alike? If there isn't something done for this road, the man that has super- i vision over it will go down to defeat when the next election rolls round If it costs me $500. I think $12000 is a pretty little sum for five supervisors. I can . pick three men in the county and do all the work for less than 55,000; or I can put one supervisor n each township and run it for less than $6,000. Now let's hear from some of you. Jio Mercy hospital there receiving medical attention. Mary Jane, daughter of the Nick Redings, of Whittemore, and Marvin, son of Mr. and Mns. John Reding, of St. Joe, spent last week vith their grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Wagner. The Henry Stelzers, of Comfrey, Hinn., spent last week Sunday at D hilip Fourage's. Marie and Monca Fourage returned home wibh he Stelzers for the summer. Urvin, oldest son of the Mike Hermanns, had the misfortune last week one day to have a horse step on his foot, breaking several bones. Urban Lentsoh, who attended col- ege at Iowa City last year, came ast week to spend his summer vacation with the Peter J. Erpeldings. Sister M. Regina and Sister M. Jortense left last week for St. Brands convent at Dubuque', wh'ere hey will spend the summer. iLeo Thilges was taken to Dr. Scanlan's, Algona, last week Thursday because of poor health. An x-ray picture was taken. The Rev. George Theobald left Monday for Sioux City to attend a retreat for priests of this diocese during this week. Victor Hammer, of Bancroft, ipent Saturday niglht and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ed Hammer. The A. C. Holtzbauers, of Al- ;ona, were visitors Sunday at Wm. Hammer's. Alvin Weaver, of Whittemore. is he new hired man at Peter Kayer'S. Jolhn Becker was ill with an inured back received last week-end. lLaura Frideres, of West Bend, trlslted relatives here last week. ADDING MACHINE 1101,1,8 AT THE ADVANCE MRS, BEHNKE, WHITTEMORE, LOSES UNCLE Whittemore, June 13—The Hei denwiths and Mrs. (Behnke attended funeral services Friday for Menr; Bokelmann, Northrup, Minn., uncl< of Mrs. Behnke. William Bpkel man and Mrs. Albert Pfortmlller Roselle, illl., and Mrs. Otto Jung and the Alfred Jungs, Hlnsdale 111., were last Thursday night guests of the Behnkes. Mrs. Behnke is a daughter of William Bokelmann and a sister of Mrs. Otto Jung and Mrs. Pfortmlller. All had attended the funeral. Visiting Priest S»ys Mass- Mrs. iPeter Schumacher, Monticello, 111., visited her nephew, Peter Schumacker, last week Monday night. She was en route home from St. Paul, where she attended exercises at which her son John was made a sub-deacon In the Catholic church. Accompanying her were Bather Schumacher and John, and Bather Schumacher said mass at 3t. Michael's church here last week Tuesday morning. Lutheran Women Organize Aid— St. Paul's Lutheran women met last week Wednesday in the Lutheran schoolhouse basement, and organized an Aid society, Mrs. F. J. 'Balgeman is president; Mrs. Herman Vauat, vice; Mrs. Lawrence Pertl, secretary; Mrs. H. W. Behnke, treasurer. The society starts with 48 members. The first meeting will be July 13 at the same place. Bohnkes Attend World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Behnke left Monday by auto for Chicago to attend the World's fair and the marriage of their only child, Gertrude, to Wilbert Haberkamp, Chicago, June 24. Miss Behnke, a graduate of the local high school, has for the last few years been employed at Chicago. Robert Braatz Son Weds— Erwin Braatz, Minnesota .Lake, 'Minn., was married May 31 to Gladys Klatt, Blue Earth, at the Lutheran church there. They came here for a week with the bridegroom's father, Robert Braatz, and uncle, Louis Braatz. They are now employed on a farm near Minnesota Lake. Boy Is Hurt In Fall— The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bjustrom fell down cellar Friday and suffered a gash in his head besides a bruised shoulder. The Bjustroms, formerly of Algona, now live on a farm northeast of town with Mr. Bjustrom's father, Andrew Bjustrom. Accepts Job at Algona— "Peeny," son of Mrs. Fred Wagner, southeast of town, who had for nine years been employed at the Poirot & Sehattschneider garage, has accepted a place at the Kohlhaas garage, Algona. Adam Hoffman Critically Sick— J. V. Elbert's brother-in-law, Adam Hoffman, South Dakota, who last spring suffered a light stroke, now has chronic Bright's disease. The Hotfmans formerly lived here Teachers Touring- In Kast— Ava Simpson, teacher at Park ersburg, and Margaret Waldron, o Brltt, recently left for a motor tour In the east. They were also to Attend the World's fair. Hand Lanced for Blood-Poisoning Stephen (Bowman was taken to iFort Dodge one day last week to have lanced a hand in which he had blood-poisoning. , Other WhltteniWe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell, of Blue Earth, accompanied by V D. Cordes, drove here last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cordes had been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Prank Bell, also Blue Earth. Mr. Cordes remained here. His wife could not home, Rutland. Mrs. Ernst is a niece of Mr. Genrich. Mr. Heathershaw, Des Moines, and his daughter Lillian were guests of the Roy Jensens last week Wednesday. lEarl Ackerman had his tonsils and adenoids removed last week Wednesday at Doctor Clapsaddle's office, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lucas, Des Moines, spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at William Fischer's. (Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sharp and G, A. Sharp made a business trip to Des Moines last week Tuesday. A 6-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser Saturday. She has been named Betty Marie. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Davison, of Mason City, were at L. OR. Roderick's Friday evening. A group of young people had a picnic at the river north of town last week Wednesday. The Andrew Thomsons were Sunday dinner guests of the Fred Thomsens, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lein, Kanawha, were Monday dinner guests at L. R. Roderick's. Mrs. L. n. Roderick entertained the Sewing Circle last week Tuesday evening. The Joseph iReeds, Fairmont, were Sunday guests of the Harrv Rahns. Victor Rogers and R. T. Angus went to High Lake Saturday to "ish. Fred Flaig made a business trip to Mason City last week Tuesday. Ella Larson, Decorah, is visiting ler sister, Mrs. Arthur Priebe. The Friday club meets this week <"riday at Mrs. W. C. Leeper's. 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Are. Popp is a cousin of Herman and Archie and a niece of Carl. Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner, and ;wo children were guests from last Thursday till Sunday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred itruecker. Mrs. Meyer's and Mr. Struecker's birthdays w,ere Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thleman accom- anied by Edgar Heinrich, all of 'airmont, came Sunday to attend he Lutheran picnic and visit Mrs. "^hieman's sister and Edgar's moth- r, Mrs. Fred Heinrich. Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, of Min- esota, visited relatives here Sun- ay, and brought Mrs. D. Cordes ome. Mrs.. Cordes has been laid Up With inflammatory rhmimatlitn in her right leg. <Mr. and Mrs.. John Volk, West fiend, Were sundftyj supper gue ot John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. iPeter Volk. They came to see their son John Jr., who is with his grandparents. : The 'Ralph Bartletts and Kern iElericks visited over Sunday at Ames, where they formerly lived. Mr. Bartlett is manager and Mr. Elerlck second man at the local creamery. (Mr. and Mrs. came home last Erwin week Kuecker Tuesday from Ames, where they had spent two weeks with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sundlng. IPeter Elbert and the Leo Walters family, accompanied by Mrs. Bert Foxsen, West Bend, son Orville, and daughter Mildred fished at High Lake Sunday. It. W. Swanson went to Des Moines last week Wednesday to bring up his father, T. A. Swanson, who recently came from California, where he lives. June Thomson , Rusch beauty shop operator, drove to Ames Sunday to bring home to Swea City ler brother Bert, who attends Iowa State college. Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. HA oYer-«unday itffeftt bt ems, Mr. arid D*r0, Robert , Paul NelHs went td Rochester one day last week to have ih in' fectioh in one hand treated. Robert Braatz drove td IModba- den, Minn., a week ago to take treatment for rheumatism. The J. F. McCfeerys, Fonda, visited Sunday at the H, 8. Dalley and eie, Mike Thui. •Mr. and Mr s . P fidl-nard, of Elkador Itlfig them. ' William Heller »i, listed In <he C c J At Albla. L ' c Sh We Save You Money! Walker, ;o help left Monday his brothers for Delavah Delbert and house for iarold complete a new Harold. "PIney" Wagner, who had been a mechanic at the Chevrolet garage some years, resigned recently. He has not announced plans for the future. A number of young people here and at Algona had a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday evening. A program was given Friday evening by St. Paul's 'Lutheran school .pupils in the schoolhouse basement. Edward Maahs, of the Stromberg hatcjiery, has installed equipment to /take care of cash cream customers. iDelores Finnell, Rockwell, was Our Dry Cleaning Service prolongs the life of yoi ! wearing apparel— :._ IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL AND DRESS WELL— Order a Tailor-made Ed y.l Price Suit—a guaranteed fit at a low price. 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