Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1933
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fe TWO BURT PASTOR IS OFF FOR A VACATION Burt Aug. 1—Pastor Richmann, •wife, and daughter Margaret went to Spencer Sunday, and Mr. Richmann preached at a mission festival there. Thence they went to TWheaton, Minn., for two weeks with HHrs. Richmann's mother and other- relatives. Herbert Schmidt, student pastor from Blue Earth, will preach at the Lutheran church here next Sunday. Clare Clapsaddle Here Again— Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle, who returned to his home at St. Oenevieve Hast week Monday, returned Friday to remain till September. He stop- Ted at Cedar Rapids and brought up Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle's mother, Mrs. W. F. Main. Dr. and Mrs. J. «j; Clapsaddle and Doctor Clapsaddle's father, D. D. Clapsaddle, took Mrs. Main to Grundy Center Sunday to visit relatives. TIsK McGregor State Park— The Misses Warner and Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, and the Hev. and Mrs. Allan Wood left for McGregor Tuesday for a few days' -outing. The three families make a practice of visiting Iowa state parks together every summer. Tent Players Arc Here— The Tilton-Guthrie players are playing here this week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. They *ave a tent on the Alex Wilson vacant lots in south Burt. X. H. Schenck Has Rheumatism— W. J. Lockwood hauled the mail •on route 2 from last week Wednesday till Saturday, while L. H. JSehenck was laid up with rheumatism. Colorado Pair Visits Here— Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Bisgard, of Arvada, Colo., arrived Sunday for a couple oil weeks with Mrs. Bisgard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver. ^Cradle Roll Party Given— The Legion Auxiliary had a Cradle Roll party at Mrs. A. W. Raleke's Friday afternoon. Birthday Circle Has Plenle— The Birthday Circle had a picnic on Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken's last Thursday. K088WM COUNTY APVAN( . WnWel tlstt* ed Friday -«wntt* a*,.: PocahontM Eighty-Two Miles of Free Exhibits for Fair Throngs who had beert here two or weeks. fttttttSDAY, The millions of visitors at A Century of Progress promenade gay Lief Briksen Drive. In the picture the trowds are shown near the General Exhibits group— iphere are housed many of the marvels of the 82 miles »f free exhibits to be seen by the visitor for a 50-cent idmlssion at the gates to the Exposition. : 0f EST ARMY Whittemore, Aug. 1—Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr. has received a letter from her son LUclan, who is in the reforestation army, stationed at Lake Andres, S. D., where work was begun on July 17 on a spin- way. All of the workers are ex- service men from Iowa, and there are 125 in the group. A drainage ditch la being dug to carry overflow from lake Into the Mlssour river, and 6,000 feet of 60-Inch tile are'being laid. The work will take four to six months. The men work only 30 hours a week or In shifts between 9 and 12 and 1 to 4. They Hve In tents and there are electric lights In each tent. There Is also a waterworks system, also a mess Msnkato, in With Mareeilft Hofftfim arid the tieofge Allgs. ' , >_ ' fivelyn O'Connor,! F*brt Dodge ( is visiting her aunt, Mrs. James Cfeelan. Mfs. Oeelan was formerly Mary Schllt*. Mrs. Heine, three daughters Lydia, Hanna, and Mrs. Kowert, witn the latter's two children,,Jack aft* Ruth, all of Wauwatosa, Wls., stopped here a few minuted Monaay to hfi N , ck Mmtrer s ( v lover, were see old friends, the St. W.Behnkes, d callera on Mck's mother, They also called at West Bend ana - -on the Rev. P. J. Braners, Algona, Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, daughter Ul»an, Mrs. Robert Leisenef, and the latter's mother, a Mrs. Kain, of Algona helped Mrs. Amelia Heidenwith cook for threshers at William Lelsener's last week. Mrs. Walter Oellenfeu d?y with the Nob]" Sunday at the hall and kitchens. The camp like a miniature town. Is Mr. and Mrs. Otto Behnke, son Henry, and Florence Wllke, Chicago, were guests last week of Otto's brother, H. W. Behnke, teacher In the local Lutheran SC Mr° and Mrs. J. J3. Walker and their sons Ralph and Floyd were Sunday afternoon visitors at R. o. Bjustrom's, Algona. Mrs. Bjustrom was formerly Florence Walker. The Louis Braatz family had a Plover, were Mrs. Joseph Metlfer, A number of Whittemore folks attended a Fairvllle mission festival Sunday. Irene Esser, student nurse at Des Moines, is at home for a short visit • • Lu'ella Outing, Galva, visited last week at C. ,U Hanson's, Ava Slmpeori recently purchased a new Chevrolet. Kou*. Mrsl John McNeil tnd Evelyn > guests of the sted, last who Is _._. vi v to help cook Ruth Robinson week with ] daughter of Mr. Brown, The C. N. Robinsons < bara Jane DC Muth, 0 homo Sunday. S ho i,d ] spent several ' and them for a visit, Mr. and Mrs. N. spent Sunday with R. Robinson ' their grand- 1 J lght to vlslt Lofts Creekers Give Farewell for Guests Other Burt Mrs. C. M. Bartlett, daughte Trances, Mrs. John Malmanger •daughter Phyllis, Mrs. P. H. Olson and a son, and Mrs. P. A. Olson, al of Story City, spent last wee' Wednesday at Dr. H. S. Van Vran Teen's. The women are Mrs. Van Vranken's sisters and sister-in- law. Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt and her Lotts Creek, Aug. 1—The Edward Cuckers and Noah Reiseners at- ended a farewell party at the lome of Mrs. Chris Siems last veek Tuesday evening in honor of her son Werner, Evansville, Ind., and his family, who had been visit- :ng relatives and friends here three weeks. Other guests were the Herman Haacks, Fairville; the George Siems Mrs. Bend; family, Henry Fenton; Mr. and Wichtendahl, West the Herman and William Meyers and the Herman Voights, of Whittemore. Two Children Are Christened— Two babies were christened Sunday morning at the Immanuel Lutheran church. One was the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wolter, near Bancroft. . The baby was named Dorothy Ann, and sponsors were Mrs. Jos. Leininger and William Leininger. The other Harold Kueckers Leave Algona— The Harold Kueckers, Algona, spent Friday evening with Mrs. Kuecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Mr. Kuecker was recently hired as second man at the Delavan elevator, and begins work this week-Tuesday. The Kueckers have lived at Algona a year, but lived at Whittemore before that. They moved their household goods I to Delavan Monday. Attend Algona Duteh Lunch- Peter Schumacher, of the loca- Mid-Continent gas station, Charles Seymour, Peter Origer, and Editor R. L. Burdine attended a meeting came home last Thursday. of Mid-Continent filling station Mrs. Frank Recker, two sons, managers at Algona last week and the former's sister. Monica Un- Monday evening. A Butch lunch derkofler, returned, last Thursday was served in the fining room of from Belmond, where they had the Algona hotel, spent two weeks with the women's Behnke ^^ ^ Home _ grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Un- . M Qtt Be^o S0 n derkofler Frank Recker drove LJJ *™™^ ^ ^g? Chi- down for them. cag0i le f t Monday for home, after Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droessler , ten ^ ays w jth Otto's brother, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kadow, of Teacher H. W. Behnke. Teacher Sebeka, Minn., returned Thursday Behnke and his guests spent sev- from Chicago, where they spent Lral days visiting parks in this two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kadow par t of the state and southern Min- left Saturday for home. neaota. J. H. Sheridan and his son Phil A1 , „ . t „, •, were at Morris, Minn., three days Olivers Hosts at Vlcnte-- last week to visit the Fred Knowles Mr - and Mrs. Ray Oliver «nter- « ff A,,,, i Mrs M A tamily. Mr. Sheridan and Joseph tained at a picnic dinner Sunday Bancroft, Aug. 1—Mrs. M. A. _ . . .- «• at t i, e Ambrose A. Call state park. Saunders attended a reunion of the:««« ™ « rtHvatnpton on busi Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hoskins family at Nevada Sunday. Her brother and three sisters also attended: H. A. Hoskins, Los Angeles, Mrs. H. A. Anderson, Spar* SSE ^Mr^^P^&j^* «" •— ««>* »*» ^ brose A spent the afternoon Vaudt's, Lu Verne. Alvina and Esther, dHMghter, Mrs. Roy Lowman. • , T h By planned to affi.f „,.«, «-. : The John Oettmans were Satur- falfi also ft wid thi , and then dny night and Sunday guests of the August, at William John Sabins. Mrs, Sabin and Mrs. Mr< and Mrg Oettman are sisters. Edith Sabln wcre Sunday dinner 1,1 of went to Mason City to spend a Jonn gabln EUCI daughters 5 IN FAMILY OF BANCROFT WOMAN MEET AN ENTIRELY NE SUPERFUE AT THE PRICE OF REGULAR!) reson, an rs. . Nevada. The reunion was held at ^^ day at the home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters. Mrs. de la Hunt's sister, Mrs. , , H. S. Young, Mondamin, and two, acnuuz children, who had been here ac- Many Attend Fairvllle Festival— companied Mrs. de la Hunt home. Jane Clement, Ames, spent several days last week with her grand- Richard, and sponsors were Richard Potratz and Mrs. Henry Many from here attended an an- Mrs. Proctor's, and it was the first time the five had been, together in 20 years. They have a sister and a brother dead. Mrs. Anderson is visiting at the Saunders home now. Phone Girls In Get-Together— Katherine Runyan, Corine Bales, and Mary Hansen, Des Moines, came Sunday for a visit till this week Thursday with the Misses Tim r&d fl v D. Hubbard, Waterloo, was I Carmody, Cyltader; Mr. and Mrs. three days last week. He Is Walter Ohm, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. of the estate of Mrs. Car! Hansen andj^uella Outing. lived with the| Catho , lc8lstere vfa , t Sister M. Caroline, daughter of Henry Busherfeldt, and Sister Me- nual mission festival at Fairville Sunday in the Robert Wegener parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Blos-; grovei T h e morning service was som. Her aunt, Jennie Thompson, con(lucted by t he Rev. W. Schlei, and her cousin, Elinor Elston, went Lj vermorei and the afternoon ser- home with her for a visit. Mr. v , ce ^ the Rev ^ Q Kitzman, of ween. A iiui auajr wii.ii nns miatifti •»....„ Hansen at the local telephone of- •'„_• Reglna and Frances Berens, Margaret Schiltz, and Marguerite Welp left Thursday morning for Chicago, where they are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens, a broker there. Mrs. Frank Clark, Fort Dodge, went home Friday, after a visit since last week Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. .L. F. Kennedy. She was Edres Delaney before marriage in desta, daughter of Mrs. Lena Elbert, came last week Wednesday for a few days of visiting. They left Saturday for Dubuque. Painter Hurt in Fall- William Kelly fell off a ladder one day last week while he was painting and fractured a bone in one of his arms. fice. Mary is a sister of the girls here, and all are telephone operators. Miss Hansen and Miss Bales are being transferred to Davenport, and Miss Runyan to Mason City. Clement came up and took down. Floy Whitney and a Mr. Ulem , West Bend. Lutz, Eldora Maahs is Hostess— who spent last week at the War-| Doloris Potratz spent Saturday ner-Whitney home, left Monday for'with her cousin, Mrs. Chicago to visit the fair before go- Maahs, Whittemore, and ing on to their homes in the east. Eldora Maahs, daughter Pastor's Mother Visits Here— Mrs. Elizabeth Schultes, Carroll, Mrs. Barney Sandschulte, five daughters, and Mrs. Elizabeth Dishler, Rock Valley, spent Sunday at Jos. Sandschulte's, and Mrs. Dishler is spending all this week here. Mrs. John Kennedy, Hutchinson, Minn., and her three children are spending this week with relatives Miss Whitney lives at Stamford, ward, celebrate her seventh birth- Conn., and Mr. Lutz in New York.; day. (Druggist F. L. Pratt and his | daughter Zelpha Rae took Mrs. Celista Porter and her grandson, Calvin Jones, to their home at Minneapolis last Thursday. They had •spent several weeks with Mrs. Porter's sister, Mrs. Edmina Pratt. Mrs. Mautle Hanna, Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, and the latter's daughter Kathryn go to Fort Dodge this week Tuesday to visit relatives, and will also attend the state Junior League ball tournament at Rockwell City. •Freda Yager, who had worked at the Beckworth Cafe for some time, has secured a similar position in Lakota, her home town. Florence Stow is taking her place at Beck•worth's. R. F. Hawcott went to Mason ivira. niii&ctucLn ouuuii<ea, ^oiiun, , - . and Mrs. Jos. Kohorst, Templeton, \ here - Mr Kennedy brought them and two sons spent last week dow f s ™ As %, going back next day. Wednesday and Thursday with the' F1 ° ret J_ e ^ elp - R : N - returned to Edward Rev. J. F. Schultes. Mrs. Schultes Omaha Monday, after a month with helped ,1s the pastor's mother, and Mrs. her mother. Mrs. Emma C. Welp. of Ed-lKphorat is his sister. From here Miss Welp is employed at Mercy Eldora Maahs Birthday Observed— Mrs. Edward Maahs entertained young people Saturday, the occasion being her daughter Eldora's birthday. Otber Whittemore News. The William Wegeners, Clinton, Iowa, visited Mrs. Wegener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider, Whittemore, and Mr. Wegener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Plans Mission Fest— The Immanuel Lutheran congregation here is invited to attend a mission fest at Fenton next Sunday. Services will be held here at the usual time, 10 o'clock. Alt?ona Aid Meets Here— The Trinity .Lutheran Aid at Algona meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Robert Dreyer, of this vicinity. Otto lluhnkc Has Birthday- Relatives and friends gathered at Otto Ruhnke's recently to help Mr. Ruhnke celebrate a birthday. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, where she City Saturday to move Mrs. G. P. Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawcott's mother, Mrs. Bertha i Bast and Alma Bast, Algona, visited at the Richard Potratz home Sunday. Other guests In the evening were Hilda Potratz and Francis Schwindaman, Fort Dodge; the Edward Maahs family, Whittemore; the Albert Potratzes, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, Mrs. Edw. Kressin and her family, and the William Wetzels. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and their son Arlend, Elsie Kohlwes, Algona, and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Fenton, and her son Derrill Don, Fenton, visited last Thursday at the Oscar Kohlwes home near Corwith. Dorine and Alice, daughters of Oscar who had visited here and at Algona, accompanied the party to their parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, daughters Elma, Lida, Esther, and sons Hugo, Paul, and Albert, with the Maahs family, Whittemore, and Hilda Potratz and Francis Schwin- daman, Fort Dodge, had a family reunion at Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Mrs. Otto Teitz and her son >Norbert visited the former's daughter, Mrs. John Giffert, of Burt, Saturday. Mrs. Teitz returned Sunday evening to the Albert Potratz home, where she is making her home at present. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Genrich, Fairmont, their son Harold, Mrs. William Hillman, Welcome, Minn., Wallace, to Aredale, owns a home. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Carey returned to their home at Ames Sunday, after several days with Mrs. Carey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hubey. Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Sewick, J. T. Graham, and the Robert Grahams, Algona, visited relatives at Mitchellville Sunday. Al Staehle went to Mitchell, S. D., Sunday for a couple of days with his daughter, Mrs. H. .L. Sauermann. Mr. and Mrs. Thorkel Sondrol, of Clear Lake, visited last week Wednesday at the Dr. J. G. Clap£addle's. Mrs. Phoebe Jones, Eagle Grove, •visited last week at A. H. -Meinzer's and with other Burt friends. The W. H. Schwieterts and Melvin Hunt, Dolliver, spent Sunday .at Ralph Hefler's, Granada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent the week-end with Mr. Heaney's brother's family at Mankato. Mrs. Niel Nielson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. Celina Clifton spent last week "Wednesday night with a friend at Mason City. Mrs. M. A. Dexter is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ranney Putz, Truman, Minn. Mr. Chicago, Moore's. The D. F. Slaughters visited rel- they went to Royal to visit another son, the Rev. Frank Schultes. Menke Attends Auto Meeting— The J. H. Menkes returned last week Wednesday from Omaha, where Mr. Menke attended a meeting of Ford dealers in Iowa, braska, and South Dakota, Ne- and Mrs. Menke and the childrden visited her sisters, Mrs. Lee Brown and Leone Berens. Iowa City Patient Home- Frank Looft and his cousin, Fred Looft, Swea City, went to Iowa City last week Tuesday and returned Wednesday with Frank's daughter Florence, who was a patient at a hospital there for several months. hospital there as supervisor. Al Tollefson, Milwaukee, arrived Friday to visit the M. J. Dyers. His wife and son had been here ten days. Mrs. Tollefson was Doris Dyer before marriage. The Rev. Henry Pick, assistant mr< (m, I ch, re- where Hutton Daughter Visits Parents— Doris, only child of Postmaster- Editor and Mrs. R. E. Hutton, arrived Monday from Washington, D. C., to visit her parents. She has been a stenographer in the Veterans' administration two years. Student Nurse Visits Here- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Coyne are going to Ames this week Thursday to meet their daughter Marcella, who is coming from Joliet, 111., to visit two weeks. She is a student nurse at St. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. Newbrough Loses Appendix— Dr. J. A. Devine and Dr. R. M. Wallace, Algona, operated on Mrs. Bertha Neubrough for appendicitis at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Gingrich, last Thursday. Builds New Gas Station- Emery Deitering was at Waterloo last week Wednesday. He is building a new oil station here, and it will be called City Oil company station. Other Bancroft News. Glen Cowing was sick Saturday and unable to be at work at the Kennedy Bros, store. Ray Brink helped out during his absence. Ray returned Saturday morning from Minneapolis, where he took a six weeks summer school course. He worked at Kennedy's three days early in the week while Emil at St. John's Catholic ch turned Friday from Althe had visited his mother since the preceding Sunday. Mrs. G. H. Doyle returned Saturday from Arnolds Park, where she had spent ten days with her son, Attorney Harold Doyle, and his family. W. A. Murray and Wilbur Fox attended a meeting of the north. Central Iowa grain men at the Algona hotel last Thursday evening. The Catholic missionary society met last Thursday at St. John's iiall for bridge, and Rosemary Nurre won the high score. Mrs. Arthur Muth, Mason City, and a daughter spent four days last week with the former's sister, Mrs. Eugene Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wonderlich, Council Bluffs, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lampe. Mr. and Mrs. William Qulnn left Sunday for Chicago to attend the fair. Adam Wilhelmi is at Wayzata, Minn., visiting his aunt, Mrs. Etzel. and Mrs Clayton Moore 0 £i dau g ht61 ' Evelyn, son Wilfred, and Schemmel was on vacation, igo spent last week at Paul, the latter's "lady friend" visited I T1 » e Albert Deiterings, and Mrs. Sundav at Mr. and Mrs. William H. J. Deitering and her daughters atives at Rodman and West Sunday. Bend Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. William Wetzel's. Supt. and Mrs. H. F. C. Mueller, Fort Dodge^ and their daughter Scliraeder visited at Clarion Sunday. Mrs. G. C. Allen entertained at a "ten-ten" party Friday. + Life Insurance Allowed. The Modern Woodman for July reports the allowance of a life insurance certificate held by the late E. R. Merriam, former Lu Verne farmer, father of Mrs. P. H. Bur- Jtagaine, southeast of Algona. The R. S. Johns and Virgil Ruth were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Furstenau. Mrs. Carl Zumach and Mrs. William Zumach and the latter's son Paul attended the funeral of Otto Menz at Fenton Friday. The Carl Weichmans, Ruthven, visited Sunday at the John Kohl- west home. Mr. Weichman is a nephew of Mr. Kohlwes. German communoin will be celebrated at the Immanuel Lutheran church August 9. Deitering and her daughters Marina and Mildred spent last Thursday and Friday at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Ostwinkle. Mrs. Ostwinkle is a daughter of Mrs. H. J. Deitering. The Adelbert Conlons spent last Thursday afternoon near Fenton at the Clarence Fredericks home. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill took their daughter, Mrs. Lee Klocke, and the latter's three children to their home at Hollandale, Minn., Sunday. The Klocke-s had visited at the Merrill home since last Thursday. Loretta Merrill, who had spent two weeks at Klocke's, Stop fooling yourself. 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