Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 3
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T SERVICES DeyotionsAre HeM^atChurch at Wesley PAGE Father Baggen * e -'J from Massaehusette, Mlfthe special .devo- KStb* cloainB 8 , e ? Tlce ? tening, Father Quirin,rf [Father Theobald, St. Joe, • ' — /mwi**Afl rOTlSlSt - non the Holy return. held The service of Sta- Cross will be observed •irtay afternoon during which begins at 3 Saturday morning the distribute the Commun- all who can come, and a „ effort will be made by ,ers of the congregation to the required obligations of losing hours of Holy week, i Rev. Father Raggen, v priest, assisted the K t Wessling, Pocahontes, SVsley pastor, at 40-hour de- mis- Rev. for- Lot t$ Creek Pupils Have 'Examination Day 9 Friday Lotts Creek, Mar. 27— (Examination day was held at the Lutheran school Friday. Many visitors attended, among them the following: Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl, Theo. Pompe, Otto (Ruhnke, (Edward Kucker, Kenneth and Kermit Kucker, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, Otto Llesener, Luolla and Orlo iLiesener, Mrs. Richard Potratz, Mrs. William Wetzel, eon iReinhard, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mrs. iH. F. Mittag, Mrs. Robt. Dreyer, daughter Marie, Deloris Smith, the fRev. B. iFiene, Margaret Fiene, Mrs. William Schmiel, Arthur (Rusch, daughter Kathleen, Loretta Sheller, Jack and Deloris Faulstich. Y. P. S. Party is Given— The Y. P. society met Friday evening at the school hall. After a short 'business meeting a social entertainment was given, and 500, ibunco, and chess were played. Orville Kressin arid August Meyer won .prizes at bunco; high at 500 was won toy Luella Liesener, low by Verona (Radig. Members on the serving committee were Edna and •Bertha Potratz, Alvin Ruhnke, and Edwin Wittkopf. Ton Children Are Confirmed— iConf irmation exercises were held Sunday morning at the Immanuel Lutheran church, and ten were confirmed: -Doloris Sheller, Lorina Liesener, (Esther Geitzenauer, Esther Kadingr, Leonard Pompe, Erwin Kading, William Leininger, Elmer IRuhnke. Walter Wetzel. and ing for the Rudolph peters baby Rudo pli's wife being a patient at orysSaT 1 h ° SDUa1 ' A ' K ° nU> with Mr. and Mrs. William Wehr- spann, Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs Clem Ilogan, Wnst lioml 'worn QM^' ^ «••»••( Tii-.i.Tt, Jiuinij \v(3ltj oUn- (lay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs John Geilzcnauer, and attondpd confirmation exercises here. Esther Goitzonauer wa»y a confinuant William Meyer attended confirmation exercises at St p-ml's T n '^IIIV-.T tn, 01.1 1 tlul b Ijll™ theran church, W'liiltemore, Sunday. Nonbert Zumach was' a con- firmant, and William wi« T «™.n ' * '.Illlcllll >V tlrt cl D|)On- sor. lie was a dinner guest at Herman Zumach's. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes, daughter Merilyn, and Henry and Ivarl Drover vi^itorl list Thii^e/ini* iv.^v.1 vi.MiMi ui.st iuursuay allernoon at the John Kohlwes home. They •hrouirht ilvir-ir cnv>«a ..vj Mi »/u£, U.L 'utiLK some household goods stored at John's. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Algona, their daughter Arlene, the Arthur Geilentelds and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Genrich, all Lu Verne, were Sunday dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs. William Wetzel. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer entertained at Sunday dinner the 'Richard and Herbert Potratzes Fritz and Lorina Meyer, Adolla Mittag, Fenton, and Loretta Meyer, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kulow and the latter's mother, of Bancroft visited last week Wednesday evening at Herman Reisncr's and attended the Lenten services here. Hilda and Elma Potratz and i a week ago. 1 * o _ Are Held— jial union meetings for the Francis Schwinderman, of Fort LEAGUERS AT FENTON HOLD SOCIAL MEET Fonton, Mar. 27—Tho Walther League met in the church basement Friday evening, 20 members and eight visitors attending. An educational period was devoted to hymns,study of the fourth chapter of Philippians, and prayer. A short period of WalUher League songs lollowed, after which there -were Kames under the direction o£ Loren Dreyer. A song guessing game was won (by Mr. Rchmer; a Bible word drill by Mathilda Ruhnke; and a jar-ruibbor throwing contest by Hildegard Kaibelitz. At the close lunch vas served by Clara Gramenz. IcWhcrtcr's, Cylinder, Are Hosts- Mr, and Mrs. Fred McWherter, of Jyhnder, entertained at three tales of 500 last Thursday night, nd guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest r octtler, Mr. and Mrs. August Neton, Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth. 3ollmger, Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, Jhnmetsburg, Mrs. Branagan, also Cmmetsburg, her son William, and he R. H. Mongols. The high prizes vcro won by Mrs. Branagan and Mr. Voettler. A two-course luncheon was served at midnight. ). J. Steplicnson Improved— Margaret Stephenson, Algona, came Saturday to visit Hazel Weis>rod till this week to remain until Wednesday or Thursday. She re- W. E. Stoclicr Has Operation— W. E. Stodber went to Des Moines last week Monday to consult doctors. It was feared that he would have to have an operation. Mrs. Stoeber went down last week Wednesday. New Son for Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bollinger are parents of a 10-lfb. boy, born Friday, March 16, the second child. Eldora Hengel, sister of Mrs. Bollinger, is helping with the housework. J. B. Hnnsons Here Again — = Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanson have moved back to their home here. They had lived a year with their son-in-law, Herman Voight, near Geneva, Minn., and his children. Easter Breakfast is Planned- Cabinet members of the Epworth League met last week Monday night at the Methodist parsonage, and plans were laid for an Easter breakfast. Business Build'ng Changes Hnnds — the Zu- George Pertl The church was b;dge,%isitecl Sun y'at he hZe ? orted *»•*«««*, 0. J. Stephenson, S^tt^* 8 ^^ ^ ° f ,«f? **»"». Si'''./ parents, °Mr. ™,f~« *«f. who suffered •ational and Methodist were held at the Metho- ji each evening last week. fwere conducted by the Rev. Mrs. Milton Nelson, Minneapo- ssisted liy the Rev. Mr. Mc./, Methodist pastor, and the I Mr. Bernsten, Congregational The meetings were well Jed. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have |ned to Minneapolis, where he j regular pastorate; ibut meet- Iwill continue at the Methodist i at 8 every evening thia except Saturday. The Rev. . Muhleman, Algona, district rintendent, will assist part of time. |Next Sunday morning jits may bring children for Ism, and the rite will then be fnistered to converts not bap- The meeting Sunday even- kas largely attended, and a lit- pore than $52 was collected for ,ey. and Mrs. Nelson. decorated with flowers. Car Wrecked in Diteh— and Mrs. Albert Potratz. an attack of pernicious anemia last I*.* iii ^"•^viiJtjiLj.ULlilLKt P 11 i -~-- —-".-w- ~.»w v Loretta Meyer, employed at the i? 7, . for a t™e.was a patient - -- ta the state university, now doing Albert Geitz«iau;r wrecked his JJ*™ Coffee Shop visited over £, ^XtSSF Chevrolet coupe last week Wednes- f™ ( ' any , 1 thc home of her parents, weatmem. day evening while he was return- M V,, an L Mls ;^ rtl " H e . y ? r ' Teachers and Students Home _ landed in the ditch. Holy Communion Tomorrow- Holy Communion will be celebrated in German on Good Friday, day at William Meyer's. The William Leiningers and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler were Sun- uc»j ^.tji.n 6 wiuic JIB waa reuurii- •«»„ „_,! - T . " . " _ . muvners ana ntiu ing from cl 1U rcl,. He was trying to (la ?ikto? So & and ^Trs Fred A '» 0 ^^achers ana students •pass Otto (Ruhnke at a bridge which Si a ll of Fenton vfcftrl ^ ^nding the spring vacation here is narrower than the road, and he ™° vye ^, ^^^T^ Sun ' "o: Irene Newel, teacher at Belmond; Florence Weisbrod, teacher u,,u m ™. IMCK ueng.er were sun- ^.Sf. , M ° i " eS ' E ' vira f K rause ' s"=,,?"" s - »'• - M - f '\ r"' f = » =: si-.-ii*i-i^ffi.™»-^: ev= »* »£-rj~£ 5aEU"J« &SSS. cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. S. S. Class Has a Pnrty— Mrs. Mary Mittag and Verlina The Methodist Folks Sunday loerger, Fenton, spent Sunday at school class, the Rev. J. T. Snyder Other Lotts Creek. Mrs. Arthur Zumach and Mr. and Mrs._Adolph Pertl visited Sunday t , , ..... . evening at the Rudolph Peters the Herman Hintz home. home in Union township. Mrs. Karl Regina Feye visited Sunday at Peters, Story City, was there, car- the John Kohlwes home. Mrs. Wegener is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Warner. Mrs. Lester Hanfand and a son arrived last week Monday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Skare. Florence and Francis Anderson, Swea City, have been visiting the William Stoebers and the E. C. Weisbrods. lone Newel spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Newel. She is a teacher at Belmond. Mrs. Fred Newel entertained Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. F. H. Eigler, and Mrs. Rex Wolfe last week Monday afternoon at sewing and lunch. Mrs. S. W. Meyer entertained at two tables of (bridge last week Monday night. Mrs. Alvin Zumach had the liigth. score. Wilfred Stoeber made a (business rip to Minneapolis last week Mon- day, returning last week Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Widdel is sick with, the flu, and Doctor Mueller is at- tending. ^ (Mrs. J. T. Snyder entertained te§ sewing circle last week Wednesday*. WANT-ADS BEING PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL!! Croquignole Waves $2.75 Ask about the FREE Eugene or Realistic Croquignole wave given away every three months. We have waves priced to fit any pocketbook. » , iVV 'j Open from. 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday evenings by appointment. , j We have the new Rubenstien $1.00 Specials. Ask about them. Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe PHONE 803 nary Program Planned — combined program by the societies of the 'Congre- nal and Methodist churches be given at the Methodist ^ the evening of iSunday, = |^B 8, There will be prayer and ^ by the Rev. Mr. McNulty; plesdames McNulty, Lawrence en, Carl Hanson, and James ^^ will -be a vocal quartette; == I^^H Lawrence Hansen and her Marie Harris, will contrib- i duet; Mrs. Jorgen Skow will [prominent part; Marion Paul_ , .^^"" te!I °f experiences as mis- - I^Bry in China; Mrs. Paulson will ot Late Gleanings from the ton Field; Mrs. E. Goodnow •give a .brief history of Metho- IMissions; and there will be gational singing. An offer- nll be taken. lAct Play Next Week— nesday evening, April 4, here, MVesley and Crystal Lake , WlI l put on two one-act Wesley presenting "The y," and Crystal Lake, "The try Town." There will ibe mus- lentertamment to make a full •ttgs program. Friday even- April 6, the same program will ven at Crystal Lake. to _ Rev. Mr. McNulty will take into preparatory memiber- next SERVICES HELD AT WHITTEMORE FOR MOTHER OF TEN . . teacher, had a depression party at Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall's last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Walter Widdel assisted on the refreshments committee. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber won a prize for being worst dressed. Karl Priebe has purchased building now occupied by the mach <pool and lunch room. There will ibe no change in either building or occupancy. Methodists Observe Holy Week— 'Services are ibeing held at the local Methodist church every night this week, Which is Holy week, and the Epworth League is taking part. Burned Barn is Replaced A new barn is under way on the Theodore Naig farm,'west of Depew. It takes the place of a tarn destroyed toy fire a few weeks ago. Loraine Gramenz Has Operation— 'Loraine Gramenz was taken to the General (hospital, Algona, last week Sunday for an appendicitis operation. Oilier Fenton News. The Fred McWhorters, Cylinder, entertained last week Tuesday night, and guests were the 'Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bleckwenn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bleckwenn, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hengel, •and Lucille Bleckwenn. Mr. Greinert won high for men, Mrs. Alfred Bruhn for women. Lunch was served at midnight. Five hundred was .played at eight tables at the Otto Nemitz |HIIII(IIIIIII!IIIIII!!IIH^ TEN ARE CONFIRMED IN WHITTEMORE SERVICES ^'SWTSJS&'s.. business visitor here last week Whittemore, Mar. 27—On Palm Tuesday. He had just returned Sunday ten young people were con firmed at the Lutheran church from Washington, D. C., where he Whittemore, Mar. 27 — Funeral . He]en Hann> V era Dau, services were held Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic church, Father Vaudt, Norbert Zumach, Aid e Krause store afternoon, A William Veit officiating, for Mrs. Michael Kollasch Sr., nee Barbara Vogel, who died last Thursday, following a long illness. Mrs. Kollasch was born in La Salle county, 111., and on January 26, 18G1, was married at Lenore, 111. In 1902 they came here and settled on the farm where Michael •Kollasch Jr. now lives. In 1925 they moved to town, and in 1927 Mr. Kollasch died. Ten children were born: Anthony who died in 1924; Peter F., Charles R., Jolm P., Michael M., Mrs: Simon Elbert, Mrs. Charles Salz, Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mrs. Andrew Laubenthal, and Matilda. Pallbearers were Henry and Peter Mueller and Frank and Fred Kollasch, Whittemore, Albert Kollasch, Bancroft, and Carl Vogel, Lenore. Relatives from out of town who attended the funeral were Mrs. Peter Vogel, son Carl, Mrs . Anthony Vogel, and William Schmidt, all of Lenore, III.; Mr. and Mrs. John Salz Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John 3alz Jr., Stacyville; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter, Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. John-Laubenthal, Wesley; Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Laubenthal, Bm- metshurg; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deitering, Charles Kollasch, son Albert, Mra. Edna MoDonadl, all of Bancroft; Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser and P. W. Dahlhauser, Algona; Henry Kollasch, Mrs. Kohler, and Mr. and Mrs. William Krumm, all of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch, St. Benedict. Meyer, Harold Wehrspann, Merlyn Wegener, Edwin Schumacher, Harold Braatz, and Paul Potratz. [April 4. "fved. next week Wednes- lot-luck lunch will bad been called a few weeks before . in connection with his duties as re- Erwm,ceiver of two national banks at Ernest! Iowa Falls and one at Webster The class and the Rev. Discher, pastor, marched W. to H. the City. Surprise for Mrs. Haack— Relatives and friends helped Mrs. Ernest Haack celebrate her birthday anniversary last week Monday church in a body. Before entering! evening. The time was spent at the class sang Jesus, Still Lead On. j500, Alvin .-Bierstedt winning high, They then marched down an aisle and were seated in a semi-circle in front of the altar. The church was decorated with flowers and evergreens. After hymns and scripture Mr. Discher addressed the class and the choir sang Bless Them, .Savior, Thine Are They. After confirmation the class sang Thine Forever, God of Love. Boy Has Chickenpox. Dickie, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock, is sick with chickcnpox. He was just getting over an eye wound made by a playmate's arrow when he came down with the disease, i \ Wesley Walter Jentz low. At the close lunch was served from baskets furnished by the sel'E-invited guests. IJirtliday Tea at Church— A March, birthday tea took place at the Methodist church Friday afternoon. Hostesses were Mesdames Herman Huskamp, Earl Dean, Kate Newel, Mike Weisbrod, L. J. Weisbrod, Emma Ruske, R. C. Goetsch, C. F. C. Laage, Clarence Osborn, and J. A. Schwartz. T. 3V. McFull Laid Up— T. N. MoFall was confined to bed last week with the flu and kidney trouble. Doctor Mueller was attending physician. Mr. McFall's son Frank was in charge of his father's oil station. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WHL No. 3830. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In 'District Court, April term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Spilles, deceased, dated October 27, 1&2-6, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 23rd day of- April, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, lowa.before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa, March 26, 1934. i B. J. McEVOY. i Cl»rk of District Court Alma Pearson, Deputy. Mr. ami-Mrs, Edwin Johnson, of St. James, Minn., came Saturday and went back this week Tuesday. They visited Mr. Johnson's sisters, the Mesdames Herman Carlson, Fred Bentele, and Esther Shaw. Mrs. P. C. Haynes and her daughters Evelyn and Arlene were at Mason City Saturday. They did some shopping, and visited Irene Haynes, who is studying nursing at Mercy hospital. Donald and Glenn, little sons of the Wilbur Fishers, were reported sick Monday. BUILDING & LOAN SHAKES 1'AY GOOD RETURNS on YOUR INVESTMENT LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT IT. ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y-Treas. Sullivan, McMahon and Linnan, Attorneys. 28-30 ADVANCE WANT AD5 6 1— i i r" I I l^^^e^ggg^ K^^agjjy VtfUMIdMP lome Saturday night, and Hertha iluhnke won high prize, Beatrice Cramer low for women, Louie, Seegebarth hig.b and John Haack ow for men. Mr. and Mrs. Widdel entertainec at bridge last Thursday night, anc Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel won high- Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz low, Walter Ohm a chair prize. Mrs. Fred Wegener, Lone Rock and her children, Vanita and Dale spent Friday at Samuel Warner's Repair Remodel or I Repaint Your Home EEs « == Spring is the time to fix up your home. Lowe Bros. Paint and Varnish will do S. 55 wonders for your home. Or perhaps its new floors or other improvements.. GIVE LABOR A JOB F. S. Norton CALL 229 iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiip "On the level, do I get more MILEAGE If I buy now? 1 ' "You sure do!—the weather makes the difference ad and Butter-Nut Coffee aoun-. ded so good I decided to try it. But I never expected such mar-, velous flavor. From now on it is, Butter-Nut for us". That is why, we advertise— to get you to tast« ( Butter-Nut and see how unusually delicious it really is. 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The weather makes the difference—"cool-cures" the rubber, toughens it for extra life. A long- known fact! You get all these advantages when you dress up your car with new Goodyears for Easter. Gome see our complete Spring stock of the tires the public believes best in value and thus buys the most. We'll suggest the right Goodyear for your driving and^ show you why it's your best buy at the price. ' 5.0049 $9.25 5.25-18 10.30 Super Service , CA» WASHING AND BRAKE SERVICE EX1DE BATTEEIES Call 88 SPRING TONICS FOR YOUR CAR! —Oil Changed t—Summer Lubricants in Transmission and Differential -^Radiator Flushed —Specialized Lubrication

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