Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
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LOB TWO K08SUTH COWttf ADVANCB. ALflOKA t IOWA Eight Children Hold Reunion STUDERS ARE ALL HOME 1ST TIME IN YEARS Wesley, Aug. 22—Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer had a family reunion Sunday with all ot their eight living children at home. The last -occasion when all were together Was nine years ago. Children attending were: 'Sr. M. Bernadette, Sister Superior ot St. Anthony's convent, West All is, 'Wis.; Sister M. Mira, St. Joseph's tsonvent, Milwaukee; Anthony.Hold- Xast, Can., who was accompanied toy his daughter Ruth; A. B., Excel- JBior, Minn.; Mrs. Bertha Rttsch- •meier, Iowa Falls; Emma, Julius, end Ben, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Qtuder were mar- fled at iPreeport, 111., 61 years , ago. Both were born and reared in Toronto, Can. The family came to Wesley in 1381 and began by Canning southeast o£ Wesley. More land has been added at various times, and by thrift and good management a competence acquired. *Y»r 49 years Mr. Studer was president of the First National bank Carnival Street at World's Fair Mr. and Mrs. Studer have 41 'grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Sr. M. Bernadette entered St. Joseph's convent 40 years ago, and is now Superior of a branch *onvent. She holds the Master of Arts degree. Veil. Sr. M. Mira is •one of the leading instructors in .•St. Joseph's convent, Milwaukee, .where she has been for 29 years. The son A. E., or "Ed," i§ a road •contractor, and popular; Mrs. Hitschmeier owns several farms »ear Iowa Palls, and occupies and operates one of them; Anthony Aolds a government position; Julias farms and is secretary of the K. & H. oH company here; Ben is m farmer and stock breeder; Emma, who was a successful rural teacher, has been living with and caring ;for her parents for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Studer are xespec- tlvely nearly 82 and 79 years of Lucille Oahan is Bride— The marriage of Lucille Gahan, "Wesley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gahan, to Elmer- Horstman, «on of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Horstman, Britt, took place at St. Joseph's church here at 8 o'clock last week Wednesday morning, the pastor, the Kev. A. J. Wagoner, officiating. Attendants were the bride's sister and brother, Mary and Joseph Ga- The picturesque midway with Its wide variety of entertainment attracts a happy crowd every day and especially every night Entertainment features of every kind and from all parts of the world provide worlds at fun for the visitors. JNO, WESSELS, 72, BANGROFTER FOR 35 YEARS, PASSES Bancroft, Aug. 22—Mrs. John Menke received word Friday afternoon that her father,i Barney Wessels, 72, had died at Mt. Carmel. He attended the funeral of an uncle. there that morning, and at 1:45 p. m. was taken sick, dying in less than an hour. The body was brought here Saturday, and funeral services .were held Monday morning at 9 o'clock. The Rev. J. F. Schultes sang requiem mass. Six grandsons were pall bearers: Lawrence, Richard, Alfred, Walter, Ralph, and John Menke, all sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Menke, Mrs. Menke being Mr. Wessels' eldest daughter. Burial was made in St. John's cemetery beside the grave of Mrs. Wessels, who died March 1, 1928. Dies at 84 ^an. Following the ceremony, a WeBding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, who are farmers northeast of town. "Mr. and Mrs. Horstman were to take a trip to points in Minnesota, and will live on the senior Mr. Horstman's farm in Erin township. •Urs. Horstman, who was a graduate of the Britt high school, taught rural schools for several years. Mr. Horstman has always engaged in •farming. OHaneens to Family Picnic— fiie local Hansen families and the Gordon C. Giddings family join•ed with the Stanley Conklins, Webster City, in a family picnic at ^Lake Cornelia, near Clarion, Sunday. Mr. Conklin is Mrs. Carl Han- •aen's brother, and besides Mr. and -Mrs. Hansen, the families of their children, Theron, Raymond, and •Mrs. G. C. Giddings, were their son Howard and his family, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Carl Hansen's sister, Mrs. Mary Stevens, Santa Ana, Calif., -who came here with the •Hansens. She had visited the Conklins three weeks. Wayne Swhitons Go Home — Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swinton, ot tjalesburg, III., and their son Stanley, who have visited Mrs. Swin*on's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. tliddings, will leave this week Tuesday -morning. They will call On Mr. Swinton's mother at Horton and friends at Mount Vernon, and then go to Rochelle, ill., for a -one-day visit with friends. This week Friday they will drive to 'Calesburg, and on Monday, August *8, Mr. Swinton will begin his work as teacher of social science in high •School at Galesburg. •Kels Johnsons to Texas — Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson, of Alamo, Tex., formerly Wesley, who *ad spent the summer here with their children, the Mesdames Fred •Bentele, Silas Skow and Herman •Carlson, and Herbert, left for home Monday. Congregational church members held a farewell surprise .party for Uie Johnsons Saturday •evening, at Mrs. Bentele's. Sixty- live persons attended. There was a «hort program of speeches and -Kinging, and refreshments were -served, the rest of the time being «pent in visiting. •Shower for Catholic Sisters— The annual food and vegetable shower was held for the Sisters of fit. Joseph's school Sunday. The Sisters, who had spent the summer at the home convent, St. Francis, Milwaukee, returned Friday. They are: Srs. M. Lydia, M. Hermine, .M. AnVbrosiana, M. Annaclete, and Iff. Rita. Sr. M. Rita replaces Sr. Philomene, who was taken ill during the last school year. She has improved, and has been transferred to South Dakota, for the sake of "the dryer climate. Henry Xunzes to I'hlcag-o— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz went to St. Paul Sunday, and brought •faome Ivyl Marie, who has two weeks' vacation. This week Saturday all three will go to Chicago for five days; they will return by way of Madison, Wis., to see Mrs. Ruth Kunz; and Mr. and Mrs. Kunz will come home through St. Paul, leaving Ivyl Marie there. Mrs. Uaynes Sister SJi-k— The Pearl Haynes family was called to Garner last week Wednesday to see Mrs. Haynes' sister, Mrs. Clara Benson, who was alarmingly ill. S&e has had a nervous breakdown, and will go to Iowa City for treatment. Arlene Haynes reniain- W to tare for the four children a *evr days. Mr. Wessels was bom at New Vienna, Iowa, April 30, 1861, and lived there till March 1, 1898, when he moved to Bancroft. He was married in 1885 to 'Susan Lammers. Surviving are the children: Mrs. Menke; John Wessels, (Eagle Grove; Mrs. L. J. Gantz, Los Angeles ; Mrs. Frank Versluis, Harris; Vincent, St. Paul; Mrs. William Rustemeier, Eagle Grove; Rudolph, Fort Snelling, Minn. A sister, Mrs. Bernard Lohman, Mt. Carmel, a brother, Jos. Wessels, New Vienna, 32 grandchildren, and one great grandchild also survive. All of the children were here for the funeral except Mrs. Gantz. Postmaster Exam for Whittemore Whittemore, Aug. 22— The civil service commission has announced an examination for postmaster here. This, however, will not be an examination under the civil service act, but will be conducted in accordance with a presidential order. John S. Cullen is now acting postmaster, having recently succeeded Alice R. Cairy, who was appointed acting postmaster to succeed her husband, Seth B. Cairy, when the 'latter was killed in an .automobile accident a year ago last spring. 1 ___ _ 1 Wetley '• 1 Mrs. Chas. Kraus was elected delegate to the annual conference, at an election at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Theron Hansen was elected reserve delegate. The ice cream social given by the Methodist official board Saturday evening, on the lawn near the Lease store, brought in $12.75. The cool weather was unfavorable. The annual bazaar given by St. Joseph's parish will be held on the school grounds this week Tuesday and Wednesday. The tEltlil fiopt? fflmllv TW/»MaHH .144^ uuiu^A uuci>£ ittujllj, jyiCliaUL) 111., visited a few days last week with his sister, Mrs. Will Ward his brother, Otto, and other relatives. They were accompanied by Mr. Goetz's sister, Delia, Washington, D. C., who remained for a time. The Ihno Gerdes family spenl last Thursday at Lake Okoboji Carol Joy De Mots, Hull, former Wesley teacher, returned with them, and will spend a few days visiting the Carl Franzens and other friends. Mary Osborn is visiting her aunt Mrs. John Barrett, Crystal Lake this week. At Forest City last week Monday, the John Ormsbys attended the funeral of Dick Conner, 45. He was survived only by his widow. Mrs. Vee Mullin's mother, Mrs N. M. Perkins, Omaha, her daugh ter, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, and Mr Johnson visited the Vee Mullins last week Tuesday to Saturday. Al went to West Bend Friday. Mrs. Hubert D. Grain, St. Louis Mo., and her daughter Joan Lee after a six weeks' visit with rela tives here, started home Saturday August 12. She was formerly Margaret Goodnow. Mrs. James Anderson, of Spen cer, visited her mother, Mrs. Lilly last week Wednesday to Sunday She then went to Algona to visi her husband's father, Fred Anderson. Mrs. L. L. Lease and her two sons went to Hanlontown Monday to visit Mrs. Lease's two sisters the Mesdames Marian Hall am Melvin Rye. Eraa D. and Mildred Benton left Saturday evening to attend the fair. ~" — - — ; — : — : — '"pHERE ARE STILL Kossuth old-*• timers who will recognize this picture of Mrs. August Studer, who ived here from 1879 till 1905. After eaving here Mr. and Mrs. Studer ocated near Mallard, where Mrs. Studer died June 25. She was born June 20, 1847, in Germany, and came to this country in 1867. She vas married December 26, -1869, and after four years in Illinois she and her husband lived six years near Ackley before coming to Kossuth. Her husband and eight out of ten children survive: Nathan, Katherine, Springfield, Minn.; Elizabeth, Nora Springs; Julius, Corwith; Frank, Rockwell ; Martin, Ross, and' Magnus, Mallard. Frederick Klamm, Ex Wesley Farmer, Dies in Illinois ___ — Frederick C. Klamm, who lived 17 years near Wesley, where his daughter, Mrs. John C. Ward, still resides, died Friday, August 4, at his farm near Momence, III., in his 78th year. The Rev. Mr. Haller, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Kankakee, conducted funeral services at the home the following Monday, and burial was made in a Kankakee cemetery. IWl* TCI STTl TY1 \V51 Q V\m*TI 1TI 1"*OT 1TJ1 , J^lallilli >V<1O LtUl 11 111 UC2 many October 12, 1855, but his parents brought him to this country when he was 4. Fifty-four years ago at Kankakee he married Sophie Rehberg. Two other daughters, Minnie and Bertha, are at home. There are two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A brother lives at Kankakee and another at Kirkland, Wash. Mr. Klamm had at different times lived at Kankakee, in Chicago, and in Iowa. He had lived 13 years on the farm where he died. Lakota J. C. Kienitz and Mrs. L. P. Scoville, Columbus, Mont, Mrs. David McKee, son Oran, and daughter Margaret, of Billings, Mont., spent last week, visiting the Gutknechts and Bert Kienitz. They left Thursday for Boscobel, Wis., to visit other relatives. . Henrietta Kliest, who has be«ta at the Henry Schmitt home in Garner for several weeks, came home last week. Mrs. C. C. Bigley, of Fort Worth, Tex., a niece, is stay- Ing with her for a visit until she gets stronger. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner and the Alrec BoecWholts went to Gruver a week ago Sunday to visit at Ray Scott's. Mr. Scott is a nephew of the Faulkners. The F. G. Torlnes, Armstrong, were Sunday visitors in Lakota. Mrs. N. E. Noble went home with them for two weeks. The Charles Gutknechts, Avoca, Wis., who came for the Fred Gutknecht funeral, left for home Saturday morning. Emma and Lena Gutknecht and Mrs. Emily Gutknecht left Tuesday via automobile for a week at the world's fair. Mrs. Harry Mussman attended a past matron's dinner at the Elks club at Mankato a week ago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Turley went to Clear Lake a week ago Sunday to attend the band festival. •Mrs. Emma Wortman, Swea City, has been a guest of Mrs. Julia Wortman the past two weeks. Mr. and Mre. Arthur Schissel went to Minneapolis Saturday to visit his parents. . The Jerry Ukenas spent Sunday at Storm iLake. WHITTEMORE MISSION TEST NEXT SUNDAY Whlttemore, Aug. 22—St. Paul's Lutheran congregation will celebrate its annual mission festival next Sunday in the Albert Vaudt grove. The morning service •will be held at 10:16 in German, and the sermon- will' be preached by the Rev. Carl H. Boye, Ocheyedan. Dinner will be served to all who attend at "this service. The : Rev.- Adolph Schwidder, Wall Lake, will preach in (English in the afternoon. A !Fort .Dodge, orchestra will furnish music'for hymns and during noon. Party for Lutheran Choir— Alfreda Gade entertained the Lutheran choir last week Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. Cards were played at five tables- Edna Schultz and Oscar Schatt- schnelder won high; Herbert Vaudt and Mrs. William Leininger, low. A two-course luncheon was served. Jfonie From Long Jaunt— Alvina ana ffisther Braatz returned Saturday from a three weeks vacation in Minnesota, Wis, consin, and Illinois. They went to Minesota Lake, where she accompanied Mrs. Otto >Putz, son Art, and visit Mrs. John Kourts, formerly Myrtle Braatz. They also attended the world's fair. Four to Attend World's Fair- George Winkle, daughter .Bernice, and Marvel Elbert left Monday for Chicago to attend the world's fair. They plan to stop at Kirkland, 111., to get Mrs. Winkel, who has been visiting relatives. They : will be gone about a week. ¥. F. S. Entertains Mallard— The local Y. p. 8. entertained the Mallard society Thursday evening at tourist's park, Emmetsburg, and 55 attended. Games were played and wieners were roasted. Methodist Aid Meets Today— A Methodist Aid meeting scheduled at Mrs- Carl Ebert's last week was postponed till this week Thursday.' Mrs. iL, W, Swanson will be assisting hostess. Lutheran Synod In Session— The Rev. W. H. Discher, Teachers H. W. Behnke and P- L. Jessen, and John Baas went to Eldora Monday to attend a Lutheran syn- odical conference. Schools to Begin Monday— Sisters of Presentation Academy returned last week from their summer home at Dubuque. The Academy and public school open next Monday. Relcharts Haye New Son— A boy, third son, was recently born to Mr- and Mrs. Herman Reichart, Lotts Creek. Dora Reichart, sister of Herman, is working there. Lutheran School to Open— St. Paul's Lutheran school will reopen next Monday. P. L. Jessen will teach the first four grades; H. W. Behnke the second four. Garner Wins Fast Game— The Garner baseball team defeated the local nine in a hard fought game here Sunday l-ll. Gene Martini Brother Weds— Gene Martini was at Chicago last week and attended the wedding of his brother Bob. Other Whlttemore News. Mrs. L. W. Swanson has returned from El Paso, 111-, where she attended the funeral of her only sister, Mrs. Charles Armstrong. She went with her brother, Wesley Sutton, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Armstrong, Fairmont, Mr. Armstrong being a son ot the deceased. The 'Leo Elberts, Garner, visited Sunday with Leo's parents, the Peter Egberts. Mrs. Henry Becker Sr., son Mike, and Mildred Keeper, of Blue Earth, ' Mr. and Mrs. Joy Hughes, son Gene, ot Mankato, were also Sunday visitors at Peter filbert's and Peter Kollasch's. ,The Herman Voights drove to Cedar Falls Sunday and returned Monday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Schwanke and children. The Sclvwankes had 'been visiting relatives here. Mrs, Schwanke was formerly Marie Voight. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Miller, Royal, and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan, Emmetsburg, were Sunday visitors at Herman Fandel's. They brought home Mary Catherine Fandel, after a visit there. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Fandel are sisters. The C. F. Blinkmahs, JUi Verne, Minn., were here Sunday, and the two boys were left at Albert Behnke's while the parents are attending the world's fair. Mrs. Btlnkman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Behnkes. The <LeRoy Olivers, (LeMars, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Alice R. Calry, and the Cletus Olivers, Emmetsburg, were'here Saturday. Cletus and LeRoy are brothers ot Mrs. Calry. Melba Carl, Montezuma, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. L. Burdine, wife of the champion editor. , She brought home Betty Burdine, who bad spent a month, at Montezuma. The Jos. A. Joyces, 'Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Anna Miller, St- Joseph, Mo., were recent callers on the Philip Cullens and M. W., A. A., and H. J. Fandels. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett left last week Wednesday for a vacation trip. Herman Fandel Is work- Ing at.the creamery during Ralph's absence. Cecelia and Kate Gengler, who had been visiting local relatives several weeks, left last week Tuesday to return to their work at Tyler, Tex. Mrs. John Lottman, Jolley, and her son John visited Sunday at Maurice Mallory's, and the Mallory son, Maurice Jr., who accompanied them, went back with them for another week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Meyer, son Walter, and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer were last week Monday guests at Henry Meyer's, Webb. Henry, a cousin of Christ, has been seriously sick- Mr, and Mrs. Christ Meyer and their son Walter visited last Thursday at Alfred Bruhn's, Cylinder, and made the acquaintance of a new daughter at the Bruhn dome- Jane Higgins, Chicago, and Mrs. John Meyers, Emmetsburg, were visitors last week at their brother William's. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Simes, Canton, s! D., spent Sunday there. The Arthur Heidenwlths spent Sunday at Henry Kueck's, Seneca. They then drove to Cylinder to visit at Alfred Bruhn's, and Ellsworth stayed for a week's vacation. 'Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Braatz, of Blue Earth, Art Putz, of Minnesota Lake, Minn, and the Robt. Braatzes were Sunday guests at Louis Braatz's, The iPred Strueckers and Martin Meyers, of Garuer, left Monday for Minnesota to visit relatives and friends. They will be gone a week. Kathryn Haag has been ill in bed the past week with muscular rheumatism. Mrs. Peter Neu is assisting Rose Ludwig in the cafe. Teacher P. L. Jessen, his wife, and 'son Ralph have returned from Chicago, where they visited and attended the world's fair. The Sig Olsons, Des Moines, returned home Sunday. They had visited old friends. Mrs. Olson was formerly Vivian Haas. William Salz, Lenore, 111., is vis iting his daughters, Mrs. Theo. Knecht and Mrs. Poseph Loebach, and his son Charles. (Lester Quinn and George Taylor returned Saturday from Rapid City, S. D., where they visited Lester's mother last week. The Jacob Hengles, Eldora, visited the daughter, Mrs. Frank SchattscJmeider, i a st week Wednesday. Sister Mary Thomasine came Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Alice R- Cairy. She will teach at Ilkader. , The John SeegebarthS; ot Lotts Ireek, and the Otto (Laabs, Burt, were Friday visitors at Carl (Frieda* and Esther Discher, Wall Lake, are spending two weeks with ,helr brother, the Rev. .W, H. Discher. .. Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, daughter ktary Joyce, and mother, Mrs. Anna Connors, have been visiting at .awler. • The Joseph McTlgue family, of Jmmetsburg, visited Sunday with Urs. McTlgue's parents, the J. S. Cullens. The Edward Waldsmldts, of Matamora, 111., visited last week at lonrad Alig's and Leo Waldsmidt's. Mrs. Otto Tietz and two children, of Burt, are moving.Into one of the Baldwin houses in the west part of own. "Henry Mueller took Tena Vogel, ^enore, 111., to Stacyvllle last week Tuesday. She had visited relatives lere. Mr. and Mrs. Wills Farrell of ADDING MACHINE ROLLS AT THE ADVANCE BATH Snuggle down in your tub' with a cake of Pynaseptic and you'll get the surprise Lpf your life. 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