Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1933
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In one night There will be '"and other attrac- -• talk toy the home (Boom- Alexander Driver Collides With A House at Swea City KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA. IOWA PAOE THRBB fiwea City, June 20-1L. A. Anderson's house was struck hy a car driven by Otto Swalve, a farmer living on Mrs. Nels Griffith's farm north of town, last week, and the southeast corner ot the house was badly damaged. Mr. Swalve stopped at the Cham- plln oil station, bought a tire and in the league. .Fairmont and Madelia are tied for lead now. Former Teacher Here Dies— Tho B. P. Rhodes last week were notified of the death of Mrs. August Winkelman, formerly Amelia Jenson, who died at her home dn whoaton, 111. She taught here in the grades some years ago. She is survived by a ' " children. The PAIR AT LONE ROCK WED MAY 23 INS, DAK, Lone Rock, June 20—Naomi, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener, and J. R. Thompson, son of Mrs. Frank Thompson, have announced their marriage, which took •hen they moved to a farm west ot Mgona. ione Rockers to World's Fair— The Otis Sanders family and Mrs. anders* sister, Eva Helmke, Renwick, who came Sunday, left Tues- ay for Indiana and Chicago. Dale 'rotter, Blalrstourg, has charge of he Sanders barber shop. 'ather*s Day Is Observed— The W. J. Cottons entertained Sunday In honor of father's day. church at BUf- lf The church was dec- »ink and white, the bride Ik organdy dress, and •>»*''• wearing a , bridesmaid ' and dark blue Mrs. Oscar day. and the M.thodist Frl- brake loosened. " ter for burial. Mr. Swalve was reported considerably intoxicated, and was unable i „, y , Schools Hold Picnics— to stop the car, hence the accident. """ His car had struck the McAninch car on main street earlier In the evening. Mr. Swalve's nose was broken md tho car was badly damaged Three uprights and considerable jlding on the house were broken. Mr. Swalve's son came to town the next day and paid all damages. Band Concert Draws Crowd— The third band concert of officiating. Following the ceremony they visited Mr. and Mrs. "Donald Marlow, Zell, S. D. Mrs. Marlow was formerly Virginia visited Frank state park and the Methodists to Hand's. Legion Picnic Is Hold— „„ dressed in an orch- m 7 dress, and Oscar «, was the bridegroom's at- "iTscliencks will.make 1 Thome in the house va- ,v the Theodore Dunmlres. L assistant manager of the "Tmery. Mrs. SchencVtla of Titonka hlgn scnooi, 8 n teaching school at , past few years. i§*utjer Is Married— schutier was married to jjjelson, of Detroit, at »o( the bride's parents a Saturday. The bride left after the wedding the season was given In the park Friday evening. An estimate of the crowd was 600. Several older players assisted the school hand, among them Dr. C. E. Pester, T. F. Mitchell, Dr. C. C. Anderson, Sam Heathershaw, Lucille Thomson, Alice Dahl. Director Earl Josten spends two to three days hero each week, giving lessons to the regular band members. The band bought a sousaphone last winter. The high school pupils sold candy at the last concert to help pay for tho horn. The concert this week will be directed by Frances I>ahl in the absence of Mr. Josten. The an an Thursday Lone Rock last week Monday. Shower Honors New Bride— A miscellaneous shower was glv- , cn for Mrs ' Harlan Blanohart, nee in the town park Ruth Householder, last week afternoon and evening. Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. E. C About 75 were present. No formal Bierstedt's, 30 program was given. Later in the f rlendg at evening 25 drove to Interlaken to ding was . a uanee. relatives mock an< wed Othor Swen City. Roderick as hride, Margare Householder as bridegroom, an Molan, and Russell Peterson, son of . Mrs. Nettie Peterson, left last week girl. The idered Lott* Creek Mr. and Mrs. Herman Relsner and Ernest Rosselsen, of 'Fenton, and Mrs. Lena Lunsman, of Mason City, called last Tuesday an William Rosselsen, patient at ' the! Cherokee state hospital. William is a brother of Ernest and Mrs. Lunsman. | Mrs. Otto Teitz, Whittemore, and' Mrs. Cotton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' her son Norbert spent last week at H. E. Morgan, Algona, and Mr. Cot- the former's brother Richard Po-; oh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. lotton, were guests. Bible School In Session- Bible school opened Monday ,he local church, tho Rev. S. at M. -ladstone in charge, assisted (by his Armstrong, had their baby daughter Beulah and Caroline Hall, thei , r " rst child, baptized at ;he latter of .Hanlontown. Missionary to Speak Here— C. H. Larson, missionary from Bolivia, will- speak next Sunday tratz's. Mrs. Potratz, daughters Edna and Dolorls, and son Arthur took them to visit the John Giffords, Burt, Friday. Mrs. Gifford Is a daughter of Mrs. Teitz. Mr. and Mrs. William Jaskulke, son, . the Lotts Creek Lutheran church Sunday morning. He was named Phillip Lee, and Mr. and.Mrs. Ernest Wolter were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. William Jaskulke, BUY NOW While Prices are low! Dresses June 19th to 24th morning at the local church, and the Herman Jaskulkes, Armstrong, in the evening will speak again the Walter Faulstiches, Burt, and and show slides. Mr - an d Mrs. Ernest Wolter were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wednesday for Des Moines to take Serves on Federal Jury— (Frederick Schultz was at Fort Dodge all last week, serving on a federal petit Jury. Other Lone Bock News. Gordon, .Blanchard, and Glenn (Householder drove to Cedar Falls (Friday to bring home ' Donald Blanchard and Florence House- Doris Mae Blanchard as flower holder, students at the Teachers college, for the Blanchard-House. preliminary training in the Civil- hostesses mnv Lunch was served the ian Conservation corps at Ft. Des Moines. Seven have gone from Swea City and vicinity. The James Elders entertained Mrs. E. J. Martin and the W. C. Martins, of Auburn, over the weekend. Mrs. Martin, who is Mrs, E. Surprise for E. M. Jensen— E. M. Jensen was taken by surprise last Thursday evening when a picnic and fishing party was given in honor of his birthday. The party motored to Tuttle Lake, and band is supported during the sum- J. Elder's mother, will remain for' attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. L.' mer by the band tax, and is under the direction of the mayor and council. Bank Dividend Hoped For— | a week's visit. W. C. Martin Mrs. Elder's brother. The Frank Thomsons, Mr. VIrs. S. Warburton, and Mr. Mrs. August Peterson drove to Al- is i Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr. and and i Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. and Robert Dransfeldt, Mrs. Ethel Ben- holder marriage. The E. M. Jensens had as last Swea City hopes In the near fu- gona Sunday evening to hear Mrs. ture to receive a part, at least, of Ida B. Wise-Smith speak. [du *v*«> — _ TX*i ——- —• •" - •••*•*•- r ~ M f/»* vf **m <E*u>jbj \ji. AUCI ij. tr toc^tjiiii (,ii DjJtJtfcfvt relatives, thence lor ue-1 the $6091.00 tied up in the Citizens Mrs. Walter Schmidt, of Alden, , where they will maKe savings bank when that bank clos- Minn., is spending the week at the i home. They expected - - ew days at the world's bride is a graduate ot and later at- f , college at i high school, rMorningslde _ y for two years. She jt a country school south- tier home for four years, Sdith Reynolds will teach Is JInrrled— mine Pardun, Clarion, and t Larson, Tltonka, were mar- rttoy at Estherville. En route lerrille they stopped here to i the bridegroom's parents, lMrs.L. B. Larson. The new irson is a radio artist at _ Kermlt has heen employed lell Oil station at Clarion. j L»ofc After Bees— t son of the Rev. li. G. ,.Eowan, formerly Titonka, i bere during the last few »klng care of the Gartner [ir. Gartner and the son s also here Monday, and a [dock, an Ames specialist i here with him this week flay. Loses Mother— tto Falk returned from Rochester, home Minn., cu iit,-un/ a yvuf ago. leu per :ent was paid some time ago. Dis- ;ributlon of 130,000,000 in the neaT future has been announced toy State Treasurer Leo J. Wegman. This will be done as soon as the egallty of the plan to obtain the money Is approved by the supreme court. 5. C. Beats the Leaders — (Swoa City's ball team defeated (Fairmont Sunday 7-0 . Donald Peterson pitched a five-hit game, (Fairmont getting only one hit in an inning. Swea City got 13 hits. Gregor Deim was out of the playing with a sprained ankle. This game put Fairmont out of the lead nome or ner parents, me i. r. Johnsons. Mrs. Schmidt was formerly Lowa Johnson. Mrs. Geo. Stoke and Lucretia Stoke, of Fairmont, visited at Vir- '• gil Moore's Sunday. Mrs. Stoke is Mrs. Moore's mother, and Miss Lucretia her sister. i The Louis Romeltons, of Valley Junction, spent the week-end at the T. F. Johnson home. Mrs. Romel- ton is a niece of Mr. Johnson. A son was Iborn to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore last week. This makes four children in the family, two boys and two girls. Ruth Pearson, of Chicago, is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Anna Pearson. The News at St. Joe John Kayser was a visitor here last week Wednesday and Thursday. (He had previously visited at Dufbuque, Port Washington, Wis., and the world's fair. He spent two weeks attending the fair going to the .grounds early in the morning and 'stay ing till late at night. He held Friday. Those leaving from here Thursday morning to attend tlfe funeral were Henry Zlemet Jr. and his nephew Raymond Ziemet and Matt Zlemet, all of St. Joe, Dominic Ziemet, of West Bend, and Frank Ziemet, of Livennore. They nil i»nfnfnnrl SllTlflav nftftrTWlon. t she attended the funeral of ;hef, Mrs. B. F..KIeist. (Mrs. ! formerly lived near Woden »ran a store in Woden some IMS ago. Mrs. Kleist has not well since moving to ter, thinks the federal the best on display. Frank Weydert returned Thursday from Rochester, where he had undergone an operation. He spent the day at Henry Ziemet's jamin, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and V. L. Whalen, the latter of Dolllver. Cream Checks for May— The ten highest cream checks issued by the creamery for May were: Robert Schmidt, '$109.46; E. C. Bierstedt, $108.39; W. C. Heiter, $88.33; R. T. Angus, J83.87; H. W. Hobson, $82.10; C. M. Gross, Miss $75.86; Fred Haack, $75.25; J. A. ,Nyman, $70.26; I. W. Nelson, Valley $68.04; Lemuel Marlow, $66.80. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lampe leave sometime this week .for a new the oil business. Mr. Lampe has Ibeen here more than ten years, and has been in the employ of the Champlin Oil company. Missionary Is Speaker Here— C. H. Larson, Bolivian missionary, had charge of the morning services at the Lone Rock churcl Sunday. In the evening he showec slides of the Bolivian Indians, their religion, work, daily life, and their progress in missionary work. Boy for Delmar Anguses— An 8-llb. boy, Robert Edward, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus last week Tuesday. Mrs. Angus They | was formerly Evelyn Blanchard, 'and they lived here till recently, Thursday guests (Elizabeth Jensen, Mrs. A. H. Hennlngsen, and the latter's daughter Doris, all of Graettinger. Mrs. Henningsen is a sister of Mrs. Jensen. The Friday club met last week with Mrs. W. C. Leeper, Mrs. Harry Rahn assisting. Ten members attended. This club sews for an orphans' home at Council Bluffs. Maxine and Mary Ann Flaig and Wary Jane Hoflus spent part of ast week with the Flaig girls' un:le and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman, east of Burt. Otha Kleinfelter and Leona and Edna Mohr visited the F. A. Ma- umbers-Sunday, en route from the Black Hills to their home at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich at tended a rural carriers meeting a Thrift Sale Jaskulke. The Albert Potratzes, the Rev. . Fiene, and his daughters Hanna, Margaret, and Ada, attended mts- lonary services at the high school mditorlum, Fort Dodge, Sunday. The Potratzes also visited the daughters Elma and Hilda,.employ- d at the Becker greenhouses there. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, daughters Alma and Selma, the Villiam and Emil Eimers families, tfr. and Mrs. Fred Dau, Mrs. Fred Meyer, and Mrs. Mary Mittag and her daughter Adella, all of Fenton, attended church at Lotts Creek Sunday morning, there being no services at Fenton. liuclle and Gerald, children of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuecker, are sick. The young people of the Emanuel congregation at Lotts Creek have received an invitation to attend a rally July 16 at Clear Lake sponsored by the Y. P. S. at Ventura. The Richard Potratzes will go to Sumner this week Thursday to attend the tenth annual Potratz family reunion. •Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes, Whittemore, who has been laid up with rheumatism two weeks or more. i What values! Exquisite, col- | orful prints in newest stripes, dots, checks, monotone pat- terns—marvekms wash silks with short or long jackets in I bright contrasts — stunning high shade models — clever little sleeves, interesting necklines, gay scarfs — fashions for sports, afternoon, business or travel! An opportunity to get two dresses for the actual cost of one. 2 for $6.75 RHfl Department Stores Clean Cotton Rags Wanted Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner's, Tl tonka, last week Tuesday evening Mrs. W. J. Cotton had as Monday guests Mrs. F. H. Frederickson, of reat Falls, Mont., and Mrs. Opal Morrison, both of Algona. Clarence IMacumfber spent the week-end at the parental F. A. Macumber's. He goes to Rochester soon to enter camp. • Mr. and Mrs. -Robert Dransfeldt had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Van Nest, Sheffield, and the L. R. Rodericks. The Bernard Leepers, Harry Rahns, and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 'Leeper, had a picnic Sunday at Clear Lake. Vera Morris has returned to Ames and entered Iowa State college for the summer term. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone conducted Bible Study Tuesday afternoon at Jay Godden's. Thirty-five young people had a party at the skating rink last week Wednesday evening. iHelen Jensen is spending this week with Graettinger relatives. A BETTER GREASE JOB is but one evidence of our better all around service. We find, it so impresses customers. Often it pays you to pay a little more — it does here! I Sr. i 81her Wedding- Jar Budlongs celebrated J sllrer wedding anniversary Jy, and were guests at Wil- [6toutenburg's, at Burt. Other i were the Harold Joneses the Oscar Blanchards, of Burt, Ray Budlongs and Hazel •s, Prances "Endlong, of Tl- bible U Closed- Methodist vacation i which opened a week ago, I Saturday, A demonstration i at a Children's .day pro- mday evening at the Myrtle Ama, Mrs. Bernard on, and Mrs, Fay Oallies | In charge of the program. School picnic Held— lay the Methodist church [its annual Sunday school pic- «e school house lawn. Each * of the Sunday school « his own dinner, and the """> grouped together. In the games were played. Fall— week, while riding on a R. L. Krantz fell and ^nertz, of Livermore, drove to herokee Friday afternoon. They eturned the same night. Emma ecker remained and will be em- loyed at the Soda Grill, managed y Mr. and Brs. Gus Bosalls. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thui, George Tiul and daughter Bertha, Martha Fourage and Peter Becker spent ast Thursday at the lakes fishing. They caught their limit easily. •Herman Becker and a friend spent last Thursday fishing at 'Lost sland. They had good luck. Ted, Fred, and Alfred Erpelding, t Watkins, Minn., were visitors ere a few days last week. Laurence and Nicholas Becker u rove to Chicago the first ot last week to spend a few days at the world's fair. .TJhey returned Friday having stopped at Techny, 111- and Epworfch on their way home. Mrs. Mik« Wagner and;-children of Algona, spent Saturday Anight s right arm, in a sling. and is Other Titonka News. i*? 8 ?, "Baaing the [felativesinDN at Earl Dunmires, who summer spent the Stott's, east of *. —— • »wwvfc Q t tsaaif u* «r. Dunmire is coach and or the school here. » attended school at Ml.n- uwo years, then attended a at Clarion. Kermlt is * Titonka hlgft school ""1 live at Clarion. • I<avonne Larson ICK surf « Ler ° y IDale - IrW '» e, and Roland (Larson, of Al£*• guests at R.L.Krantz's "*», evening. Bacons spent • where they met ... of Iowa Falls. Mrs 13 a daughter t to py,""""' ex P e cts to ship wcom«T aso Saturday, and »«ompany them P«H «.»^"^ . attend hall, an and use « t Mr. and Mrs ar las ^Swb*^".** ffi ^^dup ^ eek ^« few iSBfS^Wiw.'.lw weS*? 6 Collwu » ^^ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrude en- jrtalned friends at a house party aturday night. Lunch was served. The John Reilings left Saturday last | afternoon for Carroll to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. Vern Barker and daughter Rosetto and Virgie Halsrude returned Friday from Ames where they attended the 4-H club convention. Eugene ThuTaccompanTed by his turned Friday from Sioux uother, Mrs. John Thul, Emma and where he had spent several homas Becker and Mrs. George The Rev. George Theobald re- City, days attending a retreat for priests ot carpenters repairing this diocese. Swea City the buildings on the McGuire farm, expect to finish their work this week. RUTH HOUSEHOLDER AND HARLAN BLANCHARD WED SLone Kock, June 20—The marriage of two prominent young Lone Rock people was solemnized at 11:30 Saturday morning when Ruth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder, and Harlan, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, were wed at the Lone Rock church by the Rev. S M. Gladstone. Attendants were (Florence Householder, sister of the Ibride, 'and Donald Blanchard (brother of the bridegroom. The and Sunday with Mrs. Wagner's /bride was attired In blue. Darents Mr and Mrs. Henry Zle- After the ceremony, dinner was met Sr Mrs Dominic Ziemet and ser ved to the immediate families Te John Kemna family, of _West an d the Rev. and Mrs. Gladstone, at Last Chance To buy No. 10 Big 3-Brand FRUITS 48c per tin WHrffe's GROCERY AN UNEVEN ROLLING WHEEL .is sometimes due to improper tightening of rim bolts. We'll gladly true up your bolts if they need it— no charge. P. S. Our men tighten bolts correctly when mounting tires. NEED TIRES? Get in on these PRICES while they last! he John Kemna _~. .. Bend, Reglna Kruecher and Elizabeth Ziemet, St. Joe, were also Sunday, guests of the Ziemets. The John Thul's, accompanied by Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, spent Sunday afternoon at Cylinder visiting he Nick Blschens. The Henry Ziemet 8r. family received word last week Wednesday fpom Bellevue, of the death of Mrs. John Zlemet. a sister-in-law of Mr. Ziemet Sr. She was more than 7d years old. Funeral services were the Householder home, The bride was graduated from the local schools in 1931, later attended the State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, and has since taught In the rural schools. The bridegroom was graduated here in 1927, later attended the Gates Business college, Waterloo, and has since been employed at his father's hardware store and lumberyard. After a short wedding trip, the newlyweds will toe at home here. FOR SERVICE Get Ready for the 4th Our Dry Cleaning Gives your wearing apparel a Clean and New Appearance ! 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