Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
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B. mt. NUMBER DDL PAPER, )YARD,OUT h.'Ts-S'h*' first" Issue paper is out,with Til, rg on as editor and Jamea Distant. The other of- filled by: make-up ed- itliim KHnkslek, Junior, 1 ooetz as assistant;, fea- ,r La Vaun Farrow r ath- ' • Roland Smith; gge, forertsics, Mar- istzener; literary, Violet £ Alice junkermeier and "4. business manager, Lil- s with Anna Jones as _. advertising' manager, I Brack, Doris Welfare, as- Klation, Idah Telkamp, Harold Joss; circulation rtieda Schadendorf, Muriel ,.! g Wilson and Edith Lo^or Hi editor, Alvira Hal- •ssiBtant, Glen Dyer; re_*th. Edward Eggerth; 6th, ,Haag; 4th,iDorothy (Risk; It" Louise Link; 1st, Junior friufis Organiied— Ice for a school mixed Itasbeen started, with 37 i reporting. Mr. Barrett is Sopranos are Lillian Esther Greene, Adah Anna Jones, -Ella Goetz, «>ge Elaine Blome, Lois .Henrietta O'Keefe, Luetta L Clara Wirtjes, Doris Wel- eo Oabel, Ida iBauman, Es- jikermeier, Edith 'Logan, rfyn Mayne; altos, Marjone * Marvel Drew, Alice iieier, Aleitha Brack, La rrow, Wah Telkamp, Pearl uriel Keece, and Malinda ors, Marvin Wiese, Law- rts, Kenneth Thompson, fsmith, and Adolph SYiest; jllmer Halvorson. Alvin Dep- Ismes Logan, and Harold jian is Caller Here— [Westman, Whittier, Calif., er Carl, and the latter's iBtoppediat the home ,6f Mrs, Jenks Saturday evening, > home from Cokato, Minn.; [they were called by the . the men's father killed in accident. Paul is a son|i< Mrs. Jenks, and he was a here for a numher of land worked at the State [ Party is Given— Blanche Jenks entertainet [sewing party last week Attending: her daugh- fcrs, Frank Reddinger, of Des , and Mrs. Harriett Matzen- je. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. D. B Mrs. George Thompson I. A. Pingle, and .Mrs. Hazel 1 Bancroft. ' ' ning Circle Meets— ' i week Tuesday Mrs. • L. W entertained the Sewing [which existed here when orge Schulte taught in th< hool: Mesdamea Edw. Hal |, Ella GeLhaus, 'D. B. Mayer [Carpenter, Mary Tillmoney , V. A. Barrett. Thursday with Mrs. l va Witham. "rogram: song, Sweeter as the fears Go By; roll call, What I Enoy .Most in the Daily Register; pa - er, The Des Moines Register and .nbune, Mrs. Eula. (Rich; S0 ng Mrs. Lucille 'Rich, accompanied at iano by iEvelyn Cruikshank; piano olo, Mrs. Alta Lowman; song, Mrs. 3stella _8eip, accompanied by EVC- rn Cruikshank; song, Delia Mae mham, accompanied by Irene Witham; closing song. Visitors were: -Mrs. Austin Witham and Irs. Myrtle Vining, daughter Hariet Frances, Algona; Mrs. Harvey lath, daughter June, Gertie Eisenacher, Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, Mrs. '•°yce._'The next meeting will be Ida Nickerson Octo- Wins County Fair Prize- John Qabin has received a letter rom the Perfection Milking Mach- w Co., Minneapolis, informing him nat he was the winner of eight eat cup rubbers given away at the Algona fair. As he is the owner of i 2-unit Perfection milker, the ups will come in handy. tudent Nurse Likes Work Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker, is taking nurses' raining at St. Luke's hospital, Chiago, and she writes that she lik«s her work. The first five months are spent at study similar to high Sthool work, and Pearl is taking ight subjects. Substitutes for Phone Operator- Mrs. Elsie landeman, who had wa |B'S Birthday Celebrated- week Wednesday Mrs. Car 'nberg celebrated her 64th Attending: the Samue >rs; theilloscoe Maynes, Swea jMrs. J. Jordahl, Mrs. 'Ben erg and Velma, Mrs. Louie er, all of Buffalo Center. i Woman is Guest— olph Canary drove to Ame. to meet his mother, wh at Chicago, attending a D ^convention as delegate from TUB. She will visit her son - tune before going home. tor Canada Couple— p has been received of th pf a daughter to Mr. and Mrs •cKenzie, Saskatchewan, Sep 23. Mrs. McKenzie l«y Irene Looft, i ia Boinu Redecorated— ! German Reformed churcV I redecorated, and the seat r«ches are being repainted fioners of the church are do •> work. CT J Ite-erected— yldjng of the burned barn a i Miller's was begun Friday l^eon Worden in charge, as T oy a cre\v^of neighbors. [Welfares to~lteturn— »Jesse Welfares, previously o P., have rented the farm ied by Magnus (Lloyd an< "ove there March 1. Pastor Returned— Rev, F. o. Johnson has beei f as pastor- of -the Metho urches here and at Lakota l £L?° sts aten ^^r- ed i Bim, n • facult v at a part 'Smnasnim Friday night. learard TVews. went to lay delegate t Methodist Con Worden attended, and Mrs. Alber Albert Jr. left Fri with relatives a t Aid meets thi Moulton, host- =»"***•«»* came <*** horn at _-. Blue Earth at Fred Baumann's ;a 5wa^«s Mothers & Daughters Club at Four Corners in Meet KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA iF'our Corners, Oct. 3- rs & Dughters club met last •ith Mrs. er 12. - spent sovernl weeks with the C M Hobinsond and thn William Dr'av tons left .Saturday for r.»,,, U ,e .„,„, t;r,,,h 0 ». .7,! "• there, who is having two weeks vacation. Other Tour Corners. Mr and ,Mrs. Orville Holdren and A,,, w r f parcnts ' Mr - and (Mrs. Aich Walker, with the latter cou- ^V S ^l V T le anfl Merlin, got from n™,i M ay rom a wcek at st. Cloud, Minn, where they visited the Loyd and Phil J 3a kor s and the Walter Cairns family. Robinson, family. •Mr. and Mrs. C. N daughter Mildred, and „„„. TBl . m Bowman and her daughter Jacnue- line were at Leo Demuth'a, Milfoid, Sunday, and brought homo Ruth Robinson, who had spent two weeks at ~ Park. Spencer and Arnolds A large number of Four Corners young folks attended a private dance at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call stale park Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Iinm, Jeffers, Minn., arrived at J. P. Nickerson's Saturday for a visit till Monday. 'Mrs. Imm is a sister of J. P. 'Mrs. J. P. Nickerson left last week Wednesday for a visit till 'Saturday with the Fern Hulings, Britt. The Quentin Bjustroms and the Noble Mitchells were Sunday guests at the parental Etna Mitchell's. A Mr. Metcalf, of Illinois, father of Mrs. Leslie Walker, is making her an extended visit. PAGE fHREB MRS, L, SINGLETON IS VISITING HERE Irvington, Oct. 3—Mrs. Link Singleton, Piney Woods, Miss., arrived at William Boldridge's last week Tuesday and plans to spend three weeks here and with relatives at Ues Moines. Mrs, Singleton first came to Algona 40 years ago, and she recalls that the first Algonian she met was Mrs. Nannie Setchell. Mrs. Singleton, who was then 'Fanny McQuiddy, had come from her home in Louisville, <Ky., to work for Mrs. Edw. Ormsby, Emmetsburg. Later Miss McQuiddy met Mr. Singleton, who, all the older residents will remember, was reared by the Thomas Robisons. They were married 39 years ago at the iBaptist parsonage, Algona, by the Baptist minister, and lived two years on the place Just south of where the Loyd Wellendorfs now live. , Later the Singletons built a home on what is still Mrs. Singleton's property next south of the fair grounds. They lived there till Mr. Singleon's death 16 years ago. Since then Mrs. Singleton has been housekeeper for Professor L. C. Jones at Piney Woods, but she is now in failing health, having suffered a light stroke some time ago. Mrs. Singleton plans to return to Mississippi -with Mrs. .Monroe Mc- Laurens, who has been ' with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boldridge, since April. Young Couple Married at Lotts Creek Sunday FUNERAL HELD ATBURTFOR EX-RESIDE NT Burt, Oct. 3—Services tor Mrs. Sadie Harsh Schultz, who died a week ago Tuesday in the state hospital at Cherokee following a gallstone operation, were held here last Thursday at the Methodist church, .he Rev. S. H. Aten officiating. Mrs. Schultz was born in 1888 near Burt, ;he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. rlarsh. 'She lived in this commun- ty until she was grown. She was narried to Ben Schultz in 1908. She uad been an inmate of the state tiospital a number of years. She is survived by her husband, who lives at Griswold, one son and two daughters,, and also by her father, William Harsh, who lives here. Among the out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz, Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, Fort Dodge, and the husband and children. for a new granddaughter, Juanita Mae, born September 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Straley. cott is assisting at home. Lottie Haw- the Straley Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Thaves took Attend Humboldt Conference— The Misses Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney attended the Methodist conference at Humboldt. Sunday a number of others, attended, including Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, 'Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mrs. J. E. Clifton and daughter Phyllis, Lulu. Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Steven, Mrs. Wm. Treptow, Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll, and Mr. and iMrs. Wm. Nelson. Change Made in Pastors— The Rev. J. E. Clifton, who has their daughter Virginia to Minneapolis Friday to take a course in Beauty work at the Madam De Guile beauty school. Margot Mor- ness accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Thaves and Margot returned Sunday. G. J. F. and W. H. Vogel and Henry Ewoldt returned Saturday from Pine City, Minn., where they had been looking after the farm of the late Gottlieb Vogel. They held a sale last week and the farm will be rented next year. The Lewis Watkins family, of Storm Lake, spent Sunday at L. D. Hodgson's. Mr. Watkins' mother, Mrs. Myra Watkins, who Tans been spending several weeks here, returned with them for a week. •Mrs. August Doering and daughter Grace, of Alice, Tex., arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. Hannah Dettman, and other relatives. Mrs. Doering and Mrs. Detbman are sisters-in-law. Mrs. Lem Stockwell returned home Monday after spending week with her sister, Mrs. A. _F. Carter, where she has been having her arm doctored. Florence Stow is assisting her. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bahling left Monday for Waterloo to attend the Cattle Congress and visit friends St. Benedict Lotts Creek, Oct. 3—The Im- unanuel Lutheran church was the setting for a wedding Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, when Hilda Wichtendahl and Kenneth Bollinger were married, the Rev. E. Fiene officiating. The bride was gowned in an ankle length dress of white satin with jacket of white lace. Her veil was a train of white silk illusion kept in place by a lace cap with side rosettes and designs of imitation pearls in front. She carried an awn bouquet of talisman roses. The maid of honor was Leona Dreyer, who wore a peach-colored silk flat crepe dress with a corsage of asters. Bridesmaids were Edna Bruhn, (Fairville, cousin of the bride, who wore a gown of eel gray rough crepe and carried an arm bouquet of rose asters and pepper fern, and Marie Geitzenauer (i another cousin of the bride, wearing a yellow rough crepe dress and carrying an arm bouquet of purple asters and pepper fern. The bridegroom was attended by Wilmer Wichtendahl, brother of the bride, and Arnold Zinnel, of West Bend, cousin of the bride. Following the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the •bride's parents attended by a large number pf relatives, neighbors, and other friends. Table waiters were Clara' Bruhn,'Esther Zinnel, West Bend, Mildred Luedtke, Frieda Dreyer, and Martha and Lydia Sepsebarth. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and tha B. F. Arndorfers spent ten days at the world's fair, returning last Thursday. The trip was made by auto, and they had good luck both ways. They also visited relatives at Oak Park, Forest Park, Summerdale, and Indiana Harbor. They drove home via Milwaukee, • where they called on friends, and Beaver Dam, Wis., where they spent.a day with relatives. Wesley and St. Benedict played ball Sunday at Wesley,, and the score was 1-0 in favor of St. Benedict. There will be a card party at the hall here next Sunday evening,-given by the Young Ladies' Sodality. The public is invited. A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Roy Pickens •Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Nick Arndorfer's. Many useful gifts were received by the honoree, and a large crowd attended. Ice cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens gave a wedding dance Monday evening at the Sexton ball room for relatives and friends. Mrs. Joseph Harig, Ackley, and her two children arrived Monday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer. t The Geoge Arndorfers and William Arndorfers visited the E. F. Arndorfers Sunday evening. Fifty children were confirmee here Sunday afternoon by Bishop Heelan, Sioux City. Banns of matrimony were published Sunday for the second time •for Harriet'Klein and Arthur Cink. Frank Grandgenett returned Monday from a few days fishing in They will also spend a couple ol northern Minnesota. been pastor of the Methodist church here 'the past four years, was assigned to Armstrong for the coming year. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell, who has been pastor at Armstrong for a number of years, will come to Burt. The Rev. Mr. Mitchell formerly served at Good Hope and/Titonka, and Mrs. James Knoll is his daughter. Circle Enjoys Taffy Pull- Mrs. J. E. Clifton entertained the Queen Esther Circle at a taffy pull Friday evening. After the taffy pull they went to M. J. Ryerson's where they examined a collection of /Indian relics which Mr. Ryerson explained to them. The Circle is studying mission work among the Indians this year. Mrs. Clifton has been the leader. Woman's Club Holds Tea— .The Woman's club held its annual 5 o'clock tea, the first meeting of the club this year at Mrs. Al Staehle's Monday evening. This year's club officers are Mrs. Delia Carroll, president; Mrs. Ella Rubey, vice; Mrs. Clara Heaney, secretary; and Mrs. Lillian Memzer, treasurer. _ No Work; Students B**urn- Denton Thaves and Edwin Manus returned Friday from Iowa <uty, where they had planned to take work at the university. The boys had hoped to be able to work their way through; but were unable to secure sufficient work, so decided to return home. Duck Hunters Disappointed— " L H. Schenck, Delbert Vogel, and M, M; Chipman hunted ducks at ft£ Lake>nday. J. G. McDonald, L- J- (Fairbanks, H. W. Trainer, and Le Roy Boettcher hunted at Twelve Mile lake. Rather poor luck was reported. Attends Legion Convention— The A. W. Radeke family left Saturday for Chicago, where Mr. Radeke will attend the Legion convention. They wH also vis t relatives and attend the world s fair. Mr. Radeke is commander 01 the local Legion post. New Mail Carrier Starts— Q. C. Allen has received the contract for transporting the mail be- twecm the postoffice and depot and will begin Ms work October 6. M. L. Vinaas has performed this work for a number of years. the quet given by the JSto? £ague. baseball team last Thursday evening. The boys were 2&Vtt* movies - quet, which was served iliary- ilays with relatives at Mason City. Francis Nelson returned Friday from Iowa City, where he had been for a couple of months having his nrm treated. The arm was injured in an automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Staley, Mrs. L. O. Bush and son Bldon, and two little daughters, left last Thursday for Aurora, 111., to spend a couple of weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Stow went to Wadena Friday to help their 'son O. 1 G. move to Oecorah, where he has secured a position to drive an oil trvk for Ray G. Isenberger. The W. J. Lockwoods spent the week-end with relatives at Hardy and Renwick and attended the Methodist conference at Humboldt Sunday. Geo. L. Gray attended the Methodist Conference at Humboldt. last Thursday and Friday as lay-delegate from the Burt charge. Alma Marquardt", (Moorehead, Minn., arrived the first of last week for two weeks at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. G. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trainer, Owatonna (Minn., were Sunday callers at the Rev. S. H. Aten home. They are cousins of Mrs. Aten. The C. B. Hammers moved last week into the house belonging to Mrs. Sheldon, recently vacated by the N. I. Morness family. Will Koestler returned Friday from Iowa City, where his wife had a goiter removed Wednesday. She is recovering nicely. _ _ Mrs. L. W. Fox and son Billie and Miss Kuchenreuther were Sunday afternoon callers at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's. Aid will meet this week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. W. H. Klamp's, with Mrs. Mary Stewart assistant. Mrs. W. C. Hathaway, of Eagle Grove, came Monday for a few days with her aunt, Mrs. J. N. Holding. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown and George Brown, Algeria, were SUHT day dinner guests at Frank Bah- Matt Bormann, Leo Arndorfer Henry Eischeid, and Nick Arridor- fpr drove to North Dakota Saturday to look for cattle. Mrs. Chas. Downs, son Edward, •Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hildman, Wesley, spent Sunday afternoon at the Nick Raskopf and J. O. Downs homes. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, and she was born and reared in :his community. IMr. (Bollinger is :he son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bol- Fenton, and has farmed with his father for some time. The couple will leave this week Tuesday for a week at Chicago, where shey will visit relatives and attend the world's fair. Many Attend Church Wedding— Mrs. Theo. (Baas, Mrs. Arnold nas, and 'Edwin Baas, of Storden, Minn., visited relatives here and attended the iBollinger-Wichtendahl wedding. .Others from some distance who attended were: !Mr. and Mrs. Henry George, Edwin, and Herman Wichtendahl, the Ernest Gades, and the Zinnel family, all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs, William Wehrspan, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer, the Heinrichs and the William Hannovers, .Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, Erwin, Henry, Ferdinand, and Mrs (Mary Bruhn and their families. Mr and Mrs. Allan Bollinger, and the 'Herman Schneiders, all of Fairville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. John Bollinger, Mr and Mrs. George Bollinger, all ol Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Schmeling, Emmetsburg; and Mr and Mrs. Albert Baas, Burt. Party at William Leiningor's— Mr. and Mrs. William Leininger were host and hostess at a recen' party for St. (Paul's Lutheran choir Whittemore. Attending: Elfrieda Lorenz, and William Gade, Clara August, Bertha, and Tillie Vaudt Esther and Herman tBehnke, Eldora Dau, Herbert Zumach, 'Linda Roeber, Alfred and (Lawrence Meyer Edna Schultz, Erwin " Sieans, ant Adelia Bell. Five hundred was played, Elfrieda and Lorenz Gade winning high prize, Alfred Meyer and Esther Behnke low. At midnight lunch was. served, at which Mrs. Leininger announced discon- tinuance of her membership in the choir. Ventura Teacher Visits Here— tHenry Maas, his son Arnold, and the latter's wife, all of Williamsburg, were Saturday dinner guests )f Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes. 'hey were accompanied here by Teacher Heinrichs, Ventura, who visited at the Kohlwes home and also with Teacher and Mrs. William Schmiel. In the afternoon the Kohlwes and Maas families and ^eacher Heinrichs visited the Grot- o of the Redemption at West Bend. Mr. Maas is an old friend if Mr. Kohlwes, who once worked or him, and Teacher Heinrichs and Mrs. Kohlwes were neighbors in hildhood. Jgonians Return to Form— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Qchallin, lave moved back to their farm outh of Lotts Creek, and will farm with their son-in-law, Frank Sheler. The Qchallins went to Blue arth. Friday to see Mrs. Walter Bel, _who has been sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Sell is the youngest sister of Mrs. Qchallin. Other Lotts Creek. (Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb attended a surprise party for Mr. - and Mrs. Martin Meyer at Garner last iveek Tuesday evening, the octagon being the Martin Meyers' fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Lieb and Mr. Meyer are .sister and brother. (Margaret .Fiene called on D. L. Driver at the Algona hospital last week Wednesday. He fell from a LO-ft. step-ladder and hurt one of ais legs. Miss Fiene roomed at the Driver home while she attended the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, of Fenton, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer. Elsie Meyer returned Monday from the General hospital, Algona, but she is still weak. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Lieb, Whittemore, and their daughter Iris were Sunday dinner guests of Reinhard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb. Mrs. Arthur Rusch, the Rev. Mr. Fiene, his daughter Margaret and Mrs. Edward Kressin visited the Lotts Creek Lutheran school Friday. Edwin Mittag, Richard Potratz. and William Durant, Algona, wenl to Pocahontas Monday, arid' Mr, Mittag traded for horses there. iMr. and Mrs. Julius Will and their son Roger spent (Friday with Mrs. Will's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Voelker, Truman, Minn. Blankets, Pillows, and Comforts WASHED AND FLUFFED KIRSGH LAUNDRY Phone 267. We Wash Every Day. rr awo 1 WILL BE-IP TO6Y MEAT IT Wlf COAL E&NOKIMMW Giddings had her tonsils and adenoids removed at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's office Saturday morn- 111ET The C. I. iMansmiths moved last week from the section house into the Peterson house in north Burt. Mrs. Floss Shipler returned Saturday from Algona, where she had been at Bert MoCorkle's a week. Mrs, Fred Braddish, Des Moines, came a week ago Monday to visit her aunt. Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. Norman Sanderson, who went to North Dakota some weeks ago, is now at Fort Gamble, Wash returned after a Mrs. M. M. Chipman Monday from Chicago, week at the world's fair. The Fortnightly club meets this week Wednesday afternoon witn Mrs H. W. Trainer. Mrs. Paul Moore spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, at_ Corwith. Presbyterians ministers of we county spent Tuesday at the Rev. S. H. Aten home. Ruby Sanderson was operated on ' night PATHFINDER Supertwist Cord Tires SIZE 4.40-21 4.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19 PUCE SEPT. 1932 95.39 6.99 0.10 6.97 PKE1MMV *5.55 6.OO 6,3O 6.70 WE 5.00-19 5.00-20 5.25-18 5.50-19 PRICE SEPT. 1832 87.38 7.4B •.35 8.40 KE TUMI C7.20 7.45 8.10 9.40 • Seeing is believing. 30% more mileage—than You can tell from a look they gave a year ago. at these prices that they Think a moment> Win . are Aw-many of them ter's coming—with more lower than they were last d ge f s H p pi n g- fall. more hours of driving in And here's the other big the dark. Isn't it wise fact to know—they buy to buy now —have new Goodyears when you need safety most—and Goodyear Pathfinders, one of America's five largest- selling tires—with the be sure of thejow prices safety of'center traction and offered today? 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