Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 3
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iWV"-4 ?<,,; ?,v, . _a ./._* i. lit Ah Ok KO88UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA IOWA % 4-ff Girls at Lu Verne Prepare /or Rally Day luded Pair- Mr, and Whltte- and •Lu Verne, June 27—The ILoyal Workers 4-M club met at Bertha Bowman's Friday, 12 memibers and thf'ee mothers attending. Roll call was. answered by naming favorite tegetalbles. Local picture and music memory tests were taken, and the rest of the afternoon was spent ait practicing games for the Rally day this week Tuesday. A number ot members attended coun- ty'practice at Ambrose A. Call state park last week Tuesday. Elsie Mae Hunt Is to be one of the county queen's attendants, and Cora Mae Masterson one of the key girls. Bible School Is Opened— The vacation bible school began Monday, June 12, at the Presbyterian church with over 60 In attendance. The intermediates, under the direction ot Gwenetha Jones, met in the (Evangelical church, and the other departments at the Preslbyterian church. Vera and Florence Ramus, Mrs. Lee ILtchty, Ruth Lichty, Mrs. Irvln Chapman, and the Rev. Mr. Koonce were Instructors. A ten- day school began at the Methodist church June 19, with Dr. and Mrs. Baddeley, son Wesley, and Joseph- Wednesday, and, the family 'has moved to Port Dodge. Harold Phillips has rented the Chnlstenson house. Two Couples to World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kubly and the iBmil Andersons left June 17 MOTHER OF 9, EX-WESLEYAN, PASSES AT 85 for Chicago to attend the Century of Progress and visit a sister of Mr. Anderson. Little Boy Has Scarletlna— The Peter Rubergs are quarantined, the 6-year-old boy having scarletina, Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dornberger came .last week Monday from their home at Huron, S. D., and Mrs. Jornberger, who has been sick, will make an extended visit with her arents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Werraer- en. Mr. and Mrs. J, Wadlelgh had as ;uests over the week-end Mr. and ATS. A. P. Helenlck, Cosmos, Minn. Mr. . Mrs. „ Lucille, June, Bur- Frances, Eugene lerlne, ^successful guest day 1 Si fast week -Wednes- i two Lutheran Aids ana. 148 here, and the Metho- Am Ledyard, Dakota, M Grant, and Fenton we're «d A program of music from pioneer day« was Fitti two farces, making, a 1 m. The program wfcs music room of the and the lunch Was rai uO church dining room. 380 heard the program and 1 the lunch. : ^ ffell Attended- ( Methodist Sunday school plc- (H and's park Fridayj»asat- itr many Sunday school and 1 members. After dinner two j of kltteriball were played, the second game the women, lu emen5-3. The children had sunder the supervision of Lu- iTiomson. Ice cream was 1 to the crowd at 3:30. The jran picnic Thursday at Tuttle FiJsa great success. Fishing like main sport of the elders, tithe youngsters enjoyed the ine Donaldson as instructors. Special missionary instruction was Included In the course of study. Over 60 enrolled the first day. Fathers Day Is Celebrated— A family gathering took place a' the Fred iLentz home at Gllraore City on Fathers day, with the fol lowing from Lu Verne in attend ance: Michael Wegner, the Car Swansons, the Mike Striplings, th Edward Beefbes, Mrs. Elmer Em ory, Mrs. Rich Wegner, her chil dren, Mrs. Arnold Wegner and Bur nell, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stripling end the Chas. Striplings, ot Sher burn, Minn. Sunday School Plans Picnic— The Presbyterian Sunday school plans Its annual. picnic at the Ren- wlck park this week Friday. The Evangelical people had their picnic last Thursday. A Wg picnic dinner Wesley, June 27—Nathan Studer has received word of the death of the wife of his brother, August, at Mallard, and espects to attend funeral services at the Catholic church there at 9 o'clock this week Tuesday morning. Members of his family will accompany him. Mrs. Studer was in her 85th year. The Stu- ders lived for many years on the farm south of town, now occupiet by Mrs. John Studer. They after ward conducted a store at St. Bene diet, and later, at Sexton. They finally exchanged the store for halt-section of land -near Mallard where they had since resided. Mrs Studer is survived by her huSband tees at the Upper Plat Sunday venlnfc; 'and several ydting per- ons from here played in the itrlng land, composed otherwise of BMtt rating people. The Rev. .ft. Bern- iten, pastor of the three churches, will start on his vacation this Wednesday, and the Rev. Pederson, Hudson, Wis., formerly Wesley, will be here to fill the ;or's appointments next Sunday. Callers for Grandpa Glddlngi Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rtngsdo PAOK week H. Burt, and Rose Marie called on W. I P. Glddlngs at the A. E. Glddings home one day last week. They • were accompanied by Ted's sister, Mrs. Harry Cheever, California, and main's sister, Florence Han sen, are Shirley Ann. Mr. and 'Mfc. Earl spending a week at the exposition, Ringsdorf, Newark, a. D., at d Mrs. Chicago. They left last week R.'s mother, .Mrs. Dittmer, called Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs.lp . h „ rt . ir,,,rr.~v, n™™,. TWoc^r, nit-r nTiH ; *• nrisn inny is Vernon Benner, Mason Citir, and Burton, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Benner's aunt, Mrs. A. E. Gddlngs. Britt Woman Is Dead- Mrs. Vincent Doughan, f, of Fifth Areriue hospital, New York ' last week; and Sunday they heard city. She will enter the hospital S their nephew, the Rev. Father in January for a term of practice Scheberle, read mass for the first work. Mme. .—; . ^ Mrs. John Amesbury returned Alumni Reunion Is Punned— Saturday night, having visited The Wesley high scttool Alumni { r j em i s at Nora Springs. Her niece, association will hold its annual re- jciara Amesbury, Carroll, came last union on the schoolhouse lawn! we g k Monday, and will remain un- Sunday afternoon, July 2. There will be a program of talks and! music, and picnic supper will be served. Wives or husbands of graduates are invited. at World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Fred A. Dlekmann, their son, Fred Jr., and Mrs. Diek- Ugona, i Wednesday. after the Fourth. Mrs. Kate Kennedy and her irother, Phfnls Aman, left last week Wednesday morning for Oklahoma to visit Mrs. Kennedy's son, Ed Conley, two weeks 6*r more. Mrs. Ben Hopkins returned Sunday, following a visit at Cleveland. She was accompanied by an old friend, Mrs. Mackean, who will spend several weeks here. The Legion Auxiliary has suspended work meetings during the Bullhead Limit 25 if No Other Fish Are Caught An Advance story of three weeM; ago about the new fishing rutafc said the limit for bullheads was- ]& a day. This was not correct. Ontye 15 bullheads can <be taken if gam* fish, such as black or silver bass*, pike, trout, or other fish ar* caught. If only bullheads are tail*- .The second parish party wilj be * umm "' Snn- and nine children. Martin, Magnus, ILawler, and Mr. and Mrs 1 . and Rasmus, live on farms nearby; Ormsby attended funeral hall Two more will be held, and they will then be dlscon- MJargaret tlnued for this season. but will hold a month. a social services Julius lives at St. Benedict, and Kate Qulnn, 72, at th Mr. Helenlck and Mrs. WadleJgh are brother and sister. Reinhold J. M. Steussy arrived Saturday from Newcastle, Pa., for an extended visit with his mother, Mrs. Fred Steussy. . , Frank at Whlttemore; the eldest Catholic church Saturday turning. son is at Pipestone, Minn.; Eliza- The Wesley people drove over beth, at Nora Springs, and Kate, the Friday evening. Miss QuinA died of elder John daughter, at Springfield, heart trouble last Thursday morn- „.. Minn. The late John Studer> was ing. Burial was made at Woden, •yY°_ a «° one of her sons. |near the graves of her falher and • {mother. She left three brothers To Observe Independence Sunday— and one sister at home: Independence Sunday will be ob- John, George, and Mary Ann. served at the Methodist church next The W. B. Masons and Charles Sunday morning. Last week Pastor to Take Vacation- Patterson attended funeral services | Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. lor Mrs. Addison Nelson, Sunday. The Harold Sorensons Friday from a week's fishing of Gait, Julius Jensen, Crystal Lake, and tional pastor, will leave nn -week tnelr children, Mavis, Carol, and Wednesday, going first tb Devil's returned Curtis, called on their old pastor, Lake, N. D., where he w^is pastor _ Algona hospital following an oper- The'jievr'R^Bernsfen'.'dongrega- ation, was able to be up and walk Minnesota. week with relatives at Goldfleld. I the Rev. I. C. McNulty. At parsonage Sunday afternoon, the at one time. Mrs. Berns n "si<«! Britt The Fred Jenson family, Liver- visited his sister, Mrs. >yer Sunday. The Roy family and John Taylor left the Mr. and Ormsby are taking care of Evelyn Conner, Iowa Wesley,' spent the week-end with the Haynes girls. Wm. Hutchlnson, who is In an I Mr. and hart, came a week with their niece, Mrs. J. T. Meurer. , Melda Eggland, Huston, Minn., who had first visited at Britt, spent en the limit is the same as or 25 a day. ' Only eight black (bass, trout, «*• pike may be caught to make up th» legal limit of IB fish a day, or m total of 26, including bullheads. Th«y legal limit ot fish, in possession is* not to exceed more than two days? catch at one time. As mentioned before the lengtit limit on pike has been reduce*. from 16 to 13 inches; black bass. 12 to 10 inches; and trout an* crappies, 8 to seven Inches. Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr. and her daughter came home from Mu " 0 lKossuth hospital, Algona, Sunday. I Wesley business houses will be ; open each Wednesday evening dur- ; ing the remainder of the summer. f AM LOCAL sales agent for tn*- Remlngton line of typewriters. There are an even dozen styles, o^ which four are portables. Prices tow- brand new portables range from. $19.75 to $75.—Gordon Dewel at Ad-- vance office. about . *»"• . little »" en will day, July 10, is slowly improving. Mrs. Matt Laux's sister, Mrs. Joe •the r accompany him thus far, nd spend Doris (Baddeley is supervisor ot al.kev. Mr". McNulty (baptized Viola two weeks visiting old friends. Mr. girls' camp at Sioux City for six Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and B. will go on to points tt Canada; weeks. Mrs. Henry Hansmeier, Crystal , to assist in ordination services, the Bobby Chapman is spending the Lake. Mr. McNulty .performed the dedication of a new church, and " ' marriage ceremony for this young a series of camp meeting!. He will Haverly s. WIT. ana wrs. i^aux couple last year. The group was be gone three or tour weeks. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Balz, Bancroft, Mr. Balz, and Mr. i and Mrs. John 'Bernard, also Ban' croft, were Sunday dinner guests at the Laux's daughter, Mrs. Henry Whittemore J St. Benedict A large crowd attended a ball game here Sunday between Irvington and St. Benedict. The score was 10-6 in favor of Irvington. | Hobbs, Crystal Lake, uncle and aunt ot the baiby, and the Hobbs' daughter, Dorothy. News of Congregatlonallsts— The Congregational Aid will meet, with Mrs. Peter Skow this week (Students Return Home— S'Kesler last week returned i University of Minnesota, i he.has one more year to ete the course' in architec- , Oliver Anderson is home I Minnesota, where, he Is taking „.— course. Madelyn (Eck- i la home for the summer. She , I a college course in Grin- ftUs summer with a music ma- 1'She has recently' signed a tract to teach music In Gowrie })ear. i ^ — (Concert Draws Crowd- id concert Friday evening attended. Earl Josten I director, is in Evanstoni 111. idlnl Northwestern university j'a six weeks music course. rill also attend the world's fair tag his stay. Frances Dahl di! the band concert last week was the /main event, and in the afternoon there was a ball game between the Methodist and Evangelical boys, the Methodists winning. Two Women Are Honored— Mrs; Tom Gregory and Mrs. Earl Neal had birthdays Friday and were honor guests that afternoon at a party given by the Methodist Senior Ladles' Bible class at Mrs. H. C.- Allen's and by the official iboard at the Neal home in the evening. Lawrence Murray Is Married— Des Moines papers Saturday listed 'Lawrence Murray and Lois Traf- tord, Belmond, in the marriage records. Lawrence, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Murray, south of town, is assistant county engineer in Humboldt county. Girl Scoute Have Party— wilt continue during the otMr. Josten. ab- i Clean's Nephew Drowned— rt. C. J Applequtet last week lilted word that her nephew, i Plygare, 14 years old, was led Thursday afternoon, A pi sail boat in which he was 5 on Fox lake, near Sherburn, ..sank. Two other boys,.better mers, reached sliore safely. More to Fairmont— 1 Peterson, employed in the [Hary barber shop In Fairmont f «eek moved his family to •Fair- it. George Gale, who recently is, to Swea Ci'ty to work In the W blacksmith shop, will move • Hie house vacated by the Pet- • Show Attracts 1,00ft— 1 Fort Peck Rodeo company I a rodeo at Mpody Simpson's, miles west and two miles [n of town 'Sunday afternoon. 1000 people witnessed the The usual bucking -horses, • and steers gave the show. • I Nine Defeats Ormsby— •teaCity's ball'team -beat Orms- l« Hand's park Sunday, 5-3. The T will play at Hand's July 4, tw i and Armstrong are also •M to play there, Othfir Swea City, -and Mrs. John Anderson, Mr. M". Roy Anderson, Mrs. Theo ""jnd son Richard, Selina Larlt Reynold's drove a. S. D., n week ago > attend the funeral of , who was a relative of Mr, Thlel was li» the business In Alexandria. 1 °noe Milwaukee ^tation L A 'gona. Olson, with Wr par:. Halm, of CJin- . tor Clinton., ido. ^has been raising fftcties The Girl (Scouts had , a soraal evening at Edw. Marty's last week Monday evening. Mrs. P. C. Lichty took them out, and after they had cooked supper and played games they hiked home. Marie Frltze- meler is scout leader. Lutheran Teacher is Called— At a quarterly congregational meeting at the Lutheran church June 18 it was decided to extend a call to a candidate from the sem- nary at Seward, Neb., for teacher of the parochial school. M. & St. L. Agent Checked Out- J. M. Chrlstenson was checked out as M. & St. L. agent .last week on the church grounds on the Fourth to which everyone is Invited. There will be stands serving lunches, drinks, ice cream, etc., a ball game, corn games, and other amusements, and a dance in the evening. Jacob Augustine, St. Cloud, Minn., spent the remaining week here after the death of Jacob Fehr, visiting the August Fehrs,, the Lawrence Clnks, and other .relatives. • iLenore Arndorfer is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Dennis Caswell, Lu Verne. The Matt Bormanns were Sunday evening visitors >at E. F. Arndorfer's. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Eisenbarth, two children, Anton and Bobby, and Mrs. Jos. Eisenbarth and her children, all of Morgan, Minn., drove here Saturday and spent till Monday morning with relatives. They said It hadn't Ibeen as dry in their section as here, but they were also in need of rain. Their corn and oats crops looked better than ours. Mrs. Jos. Eisenbarth stopped at Wesley with her mother, Mrs. Mary Hildmann. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer and her sister, Mrs. Anna Kunz, Wesley, went to Watertown, Wis., Sunday to attend the reading of the first mass by thedr nephew, John Wallace Scheberle, who was ordained in the priesthood at Notre Dame university this spring. Matt Bormann and Leslie JanK- sen fished at Lost Island last Thursday. the Iowa State college, Congregationalists attended ser- j has been tendered a pos There will be a celebration here Wednesday afternoon. Some Wesley Anna Wester Offered Pla!e— Leila Wester, Ames, spent the week-end with her parents, the ed from the dietetics d there, also. The Doctor Primlsing family, of Melvln, visited Mrs. Elizabeth Ma- Itern Sunday.' Then a young man of 19, the doctor -began practice as ' - later Emil Westers. The Wes;ers' other a veterinary here; and he daughters, .Anna, recentlf gradual- married a daughter of the Michael vision of Materns. the home economics department of Mrs. Anna Kunz, Wesley, and her Ames and sister, Mrs. Dora Arndorfer, 8t. ' - _ _ ,. . A. j t-ir_A.__i. A »i-M TI7It« Won in the Benedict, went to Watertown, Wis., Mrs. Anna Anderson, Elgin, 111., who has been visiting here for some time, is sick at her sister Mrs. Charles Lauriteen's. Mrs. Arthur Posch, Qt. James, Minn., and the children are visiting Mrs. Posch's mother, Mrs. Adam Blbert, west of town. Marcella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen, returned Sunday from Emmetsburg, where she had been employed. The ^Erwin Kueckers went to Ames Saturday to visit the latter's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sunding. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. EVbert, is confined to bed with a severe attack of rheumatism. LOANS Furnitu Autos You can secure needed tunda at. ow costs without delay. Payment can be arranged to soft ncome. See H. N. KRUSE 124 State St. Algona Phone Representing Federal Finance Co* Dei Horn** No BLOWOUTS on MY 4th of Jill ADVANCE WANT-ADS GET KESULTS-CSE THEM Smart, Cool Dresses For 4th of July Events June 26th to July 1st I'm getting new Goody ears NO W" i -!':••• m service •« wtth was given Saturday. powejr Wash Crepes Splendid for Sports Wear. Jacket Models Short or long types. Prints Stripes, Checks, Dots, Monotones. Two for $6.75 Fashions Cool! 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