Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 2
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fPAGE TWO Irvington Girl, Only 16 Years Old, Dies with Tuberculosis ROSE LOSS IS DEAD AFTER A LONGJLLNESS '•Irvington April 24— Rose, 1C, oldest daughter of John Loss, died *t her home early Sunday morning, following an illness of several years with, tuberculosis. Early Jast fall she was taken to pakdale, •where she remained till a little ov- ter two weeks ago, when she was brought home, with no iliope of recovery. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at the Catholic •church ait Algona at 9 o'clock with Father Davern in charge. Burial to 'he made in the Algona Catholic cemetery. •Rosellia Isabel was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Loss, July 22, 1917, on a farm two miles> south of Ho*art, known as Hutchins and Gilmore farm. Her entire life has •been spent in and around the Irvington and Cresco neighborhoods. She attended the Algona high Gcfaool for one year, then had to remain at home because of her iealth. Besides her father she is survived by •Mildred, and a younger sister a younger brother Seneca Auto Jumps Bridge And Suffers 10-Foot Fall Jqfhn Jr, Mrs. Loss died of tuber- ''culosis three years ago, She also is survived by two •aunts and four uncles, Mrs, Fred Dole Irvington, Mrs. Frank Slril- ' ling, Algona; Mike Lops, south of -Algona; Stephen Loss 8r. of near Irvington, and Frank Loss who makes his home with relatives. The fourth uncle is a brother of the Unto Mrs. Loss and lives in Indiana. To IVork on California Ranch — lie Roy Crouch, Harry Crouch, and Lloyd CoUin?cm loft recently Sn Le Roy's car for Gridley, Calif. The boys left on a Tuesday and arrived at their destination at TYiday, .having driven 1,985 miles. The boys are employed at the ranch of Mrs. C. D. Gridley. LoRoy lias worked at the Gridley ranch .Before, but has been with iliis mother, Mrs. Emma Crouch, for several months. Recently he has 'boen employed at Lew Robison's. Harry, cousin of Le Roy, is an Algona boy. as is Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collinson. He lias recently been working in deal* Lake. Vernon Crouch, who married a grandanslvtov of Mrs. Gridley last fall, is also a former Algonian. The couple lived for a time at the ranch but are now on a _ ranch of their own near Tuba City. Mrs.. 33mm a Crouch moved from this vicinity March 1 to a farm northeast of Algona. Lcners Infant Is Dead Harold, six-teen-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leners, died from internal poisoning a week lago Tuesday. Funeral services •were held at the cemetery the fol- Seneca, Apr. 24—Mrs. John Homan and her daughter were victims of an auto accident early Sunday afternoon, when their car, driven by one of the girls went into the Black Cat ditch south of the Seneca No. 9, schoolhouse, taking all the bridge railing off on the west side. The occupants miraculously escaped serious injury, but the driver suffered a broken arm, and all had minor cuts and bruises. The car was damaged considerably, but not badly considering an approximate 10-ft. drop. A piece of the bridge railing was found lengthwise through the car. The wreck was pulled out with Weber Yager's gas truck, and He was assisted by a number of the 1 onlookers. The car was taken to the Goetsch garage at Fenton. Mission Meet Opens Tomorrow— A three day mission meeting will be held at the Norwegian Lutheran church, starting this week Friday. A man from Minneapolis will be the main speaker that day. There will be three -sessions each day except Saturday, when there will be no evening services. The. Aid will serve a free dinner at the church daily. with the Gospel of St. Mark. Pneumonia Patient Improved— Mrs. Helen Sharp lhas been seriously sick with double pneumonia at the home of her parents, Mr., and Mrs. Chris Neilsen, but her condition is reported greatly improved. Other Seneca News. Dinner guests Sunday at Martin Wilberg's were Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg, son Norman, daughter Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason, Ringsted, son James, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and son. Jackie. Pauline Osborn spent last week at Wilbert Richmond's, Armstrong. Gladys Burgesson, Ringsted, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Melvin Norland The William Browns, of Armstrong and Bob Goetscto, Fenton, were Sunday din- aier guests at Mrs. Anna Osborn's. Mildred Goetsch, Seneca graduate now employed as stenographer and clerk in a 'beauty .supply (house at Des Moines, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch, Fenton. 'Mrs. Wilbert Richmond, Armstrong, and her daughters spent lowing Thursday. were first aware Tihe of the parents infant's illness when a sore resembling a boil appeared on one knee. The ILeners lived on a farm southwest of here Marguerite Loss has been employed at their home. Attend Shower at St. Joe— A large numuber from here attended a miscellaneous .shower in "honor of Anne Kramer Sunday afternoon in the basement of the St Joe church, cards wore played during the afternoon. Miss Kramer received many beautifufl gifts. More .than ;'00 were served by the hostesses. Good AVill Club Meets— The Goodwill Club met last Thursday with Mrs. Charles Hintz Mrs. Carl Swanson assisting. Roll call was answered with favorite recipes. Later the monthly business meeting was held and guessing j*ame was enjoyed. The next meeting will be with Mr.s. IClmei 33m ery Aid Society In .Meeting— Aid met hwt Thursday afternoon at the church parlor. The afternoon was spent socially, and 27 women and several children were served late in the afternoon by the hostesses, Mrs. Earl Miller am Mrs. J. M. Cox. Birthday is Remembered— Mrs. Vern Barker entertained in lipnor of Mr. Barker's birthday anniversary Sunday. Guests were ithe Joliu Boekes family, the Ttfm Boldridges, Win. -Motzens, J. M, •Coxes, Earl Millers, and the P •Hansons. .Mrs. Herman Meyers Sick — Mrs. Herman Meyers has been 'seriously ill from a Eland infection. The Goodwill clulj of wllicl :she ia a member remembered liei with a potted plant. ~ "iBVINiiTON NEWS Dinner guests at Mrs. Charles fiankey'a Sunday evening were Mr. «md Mrs. Ira Hewitt, of Swea City, the Arthur Rileys, of Lu Verne, aad Chet Wildm. The Roy Hick- Jills, of Woden, and the Seward Thorntons, who also are visiting Ihem, wore gutists at Douglas Ril- iey's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forbua Stiltz and daughter were Sunday euestss at 'Hay Fitch's. Mr. and •Mrs. Percy Philp visited at Version Robison's. Mrs. Otto Hamus, IM. Verne spent a few days last •week visiting (here. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mcllhattin and daughter Marjorie, Mrs. Frank Mcllhlattin and John. Mcllhattiu, rimts Jlausen in DenmarK— Tinus Madsen is now in Denmark, where he is visiting three >rothers and two sisters. He plans :o be gone three months, and during that time Alfred Peterson is' substituting as Janitor of the Seneca schoolhouse. Tinus lhas been auitor for the last 11 years Aid Studies the Lible— The Aid was entertained last Thursday at Mrs. Fred Brown's. Bible study for each meeting is banned. This will begin promptly at 2:15, and a beginning was made mm DAY OF ST, JOE PASTOR IS CELEBRATED St. Joe April 24 — Pupils of the St. Joseph parochial school pre- •seted a program Friday afternoon in the hall honoring the Rev. Geo. Theobald's namesday. The hall was filled to a comfortable capacity. The program follows: Namesday song, Ring Out Ye Bells, 7th, Sth, 9th grades; congratulations, Alfred Kohlhaas; chorus, Voices of Spring, 5th and 6th grades; action song, Rheuma- tiz, primary grades; playlet, Grown-up Folks, 3rd & 4th grades, Piano solos, Coming of Spring, and National Emblem March, Bertha Thul; song, By the Moonlight, boys' glee club; playot, Bye-Lo Land, primary grades; song, Pixie Band. 3rd & 4bh grades; singing g-ame, I See You, 3rd and 4th grade girls; playlet, At the Ticket Office, f)th and Oth grades; piano .solo, Chimes of St. Cecelie, Bertha Thul; farce, Fun on the St. Joe Limited, 5bh and 6th grades; two part SOUK, Come Where the Ro:-o Buds Sleep, girls' glee club; response, the Hev. Mr. Theobald. Shower Honors Anna Kramer— A miscellaneous and grocery •shower was given Sunday afternoon in the St Joseph hall Jionor- 'ine; Anna Kramer, who will be married soon to Ernest Bormann. About 25U attended. The bride received many useful gifts. The afternoon was spent playing cards at which were 25 'tables of "500", with Mrs Fred Miller, of Lu Verne, winning high. Nino tables of bridge were in play and Olivia Gales won the prize. Door prize was awarded to Ague's Kirsch. Dust Storm ".Host Severe" — Old timers here fail to recall 41 more severe dust storm than Saturday's, declaring it muoh worse ithan any blizzard. Housewives have complained of the extra work that it caused as many were through their spring housecleaning, but have bad to start all over again. Observe First Wedding Date — Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner celebrated their first wedding anniversary last week Wednesday .evening. Immediate relatives; of both Mr. and Mrs. Wagner were present. Cards formed the diversion and lunch was served at a late hour. ast week Monuay at me icrmera parental William Osborn home. Mary Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland, was sick lais-t week with ibrondhial pneumonia. Alice Lenihan returned a week ago Saturday from an Iowa City hospital where she spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn spent Sunday evening at Truman! Johnson's. The George Jensens, Riugsted, spent Sunday at Mrs. Jennie Jen- 1 sen's. Club at Lu Verne Hears Iowa Music LuVerne, Apr. 24 — Music has boon discusssed at the last two meetings of the Progressive Woman's club, music in education and the music of the Bible having been the topics two weeks ago. Last Friday at Mrs. P. C. Lichty's, Mr?. H. H. Phillips gave the history of music and read a paper on Iowa musicians. Compositions of somn Iowa artists were played by Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Phillips. A pot luck lunch was served, and officers were elected: President, Mrs. Phillips; vice, Mrs . Maynard Spooner; secretary, Mrs. Irvin Chapman; treasurer, Mrs. Wilma Mosher. Plans are being laid for a husbands' party early in May. Boy Injures Arm. Fenton, Apr. 4 — Eddie Lindsey met with a painful accident last week Wednesday at play with a group of boys. He fell in a hole and so badly sprained an arm and elbow that he was taken to Algona for an x-ray picture. Thursday and Friday visiting the John Friders family. Mrs. Anna Altman and daughters Lena and Anna, of Livermore, spent Sunday at Peter J. Erpelding's. Laura Schaller completed hoi duties at the Henry Kohlhaas home last week and returned to her home. John Kayser, of Fort Dodge 'spent last week Wednesday am Thursday visiting relatives here. Alex Kischen and George Simon, of St. Benedict spent Sunday •afternoon at Anton Becker's. The 'Nick Redings, of Whittemore, spent last week Wednesday evening with relatives here. Relatives here received wore recently of the death of 'Mrs. Ora Lentsch at Winifred, S. D. Lucille 'Simon. St. Benedict began work at Jake Weydert's a week ago Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Welter, of Somers, recently spent a day at George Scluiller's. Gertrude Illg is assisting with household duties at 'the Julius Capesius home. Richard ("Scolty") Hoberer and Joseph Schad spent Sunday in LL Mars, John Kirsch purchased a new Hudson Saturday from a Renwicli dealer. Irvington Mrs. George Miller who recently underwent a major operation at the Lutheran hospital, at For Dodga has returned to her home near Galbraith. Henry Halile and ,sr>n flenvc'F LOTTS CREEK BOY MARRIES FENTON GIRL Lotts Creek, Apr. 24—A wedding was solemnized Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, uniting Fred, son of William Meyer, Lotts Creek, and A.della, daughter of Mrs. Mary Mittag, formerly Lotts Creek. The bride was gowned in a long white satin dress with train and a long silk net veil held in place by a bridal wreath, and she carried a shower bouquet o£ pink roses and white sweet peas. The matron of honor was Lorctta Meyer, cousin of the bridegroom, and she wore an ankle-length, sky- blue embroidered organdie gown, with white accessories to match, and carried an arm bouquet of rose snapdragons. The bridesmaid, Lorina Meyer, sister of the bridegroom, wore a nile green embroidered organdie gown with white accessories and carried an arm bouquet of yellow snapdragons. Two little flower girls, Carolina Hintz and Verdell Boettcher, wore pink voile with white organdie trimming, and each carried a small basket of white daisies and mixed flowers. The bridegroom was attended by Ferdinand Meyer, cousin of the bride, and best man was Walter Schmidt. A quartet, Rehmer, August, and Elvira Krause and Verlina loerger, sang 0 Perfect Love. The Rev. Mr. Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth will be the first committee. Jfew Treasurer for Y. T. 8.—• The Y. P. S. met Friday evening at the school hall. Fritz Meyer resigned as treasurer, and Milton Geitzenauer was elected to fill the vacancy. After" a brief business meeting and bible study 500 and Bunco were played. Prizes at 500 were won by Esther Potratz, high, and Orlo Licsener, low, and Lucille Meyer won the prize at Bunco. LOTTS CREEK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rlesner entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag and the Richard Potratzes at 6:30 dinner Sunday evening and after the dinner six-handed euchre was played. Lillian Heidenwith, Whlttemore, began work at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause's Monday. Luella Liesener began work at the C. M. Gross home. Many from here attended the Meyer-Mittag wedding Sunday at Fenton. W. H. M. S. at Burt Opens Miteboxes Burt, Apr. 24—The Woman's Home Missionary society held its annual Mite-Box opening at the church Saturday afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Eggleston, of Britt, and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Armstrong, and her daughter Phyllis were guests, and Mrs. Eggleston and Mrs. Clifton gave talks. A social hour and cafeteria luncheon completed the program. Mr. Eggleston is a former Methodist pastor here. WESLEY MUSIC PUPILS GIVE PUBLIC PROGRAM Wesley, Apr. 24—A music recital given by pupils o£ Sister Lydia at the lodgo ihall last Thursday evening is reported excellent. A •pmr.oretta," Moon Music, in two acts was the vefoiclo for presentation of a variety of .piano numbers'. ,In the first act the people of the moon were startled by the appearance among them of the professor of music, an earth man. In this act also appear the Moon Queen, the Moon Fairy, and some moon children. In the second act, a year later, the moon children give an entertainment, having learned the art of music from the earUh. man. All vocal parts were sung, and the playlet ecployed 24 characters There were 22 piano numbers woven into the story. Parochial school children not taking part saw a presentation of tiho recital at the ihall last week Wednesday afternoon. Parents and friends attended last Thursday evening. No admission was charged. Hurt Youth Forester. Burt, Apr. 24—Russell Chipman left last week Wednesday for Alexandria, La., to toe Junior forester in the U. S. forest service His work will Hiave to do with estimating standing timber. He is a graduate! of Ames in forestry and worked several summers in the west. — • Ex-Irvingtonian Pies. Fred Miller, 76, McAlester, Okla., early day station agent at Irvington, died recently. He was a brother of W. L. Miller, of the Livermore Gazette. THURSDAY. APPTT Eversharp ADJUSTABLE - POINT - FOUNTAIN - PEN If you've ever bought a pen that wrote "sweet" i store—only to turn "sour" on you in a few , months—you'll cheerfully welcome Bverslnm' rt aot <<nirnnftnn * I 1 S HBW. est invention. THE EVERSHARP Adjustable Point Here's a pen you adjust yourself to suit your own « ticular style of writing. See this remarkable n en * it. Remember—it's the only pen that can eivc nine different writing lines with ONE POINT. y ° U IDEAL FOR GIFTS The only pen you dare give as a gift. For the recelv er can adjust it to suit his own style of writing Coi in and let us show you this remarkable pen. Wehler's Jewelry Store Diamonds, Watches, Silverware Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Phone 240 Algona, Iowa Pay Your Advance Subscription of the bride's mother. Table waitresses were Selnia Meyer, Helen Radig, and Margaret Laabs, wearing white smocks. The color scheme at table and in the rooms was blue, green, pink, and white. Both young people were born and reared near Lotts Creek and attended the local schools. Mrs. Meyer is a graduate of the Iowa school of beauty culture and has for the last three years conducted a beauty parlor at her mother's home at Fenton. She will continue work by appointment. Mr. Meyer has been helping his father at fanning, and the newlyweds will live there. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer left for a short wedding trip to Watertown, Wis. Shower Honors Adclla Mtttng— A miscellaneous surprise shower was given in honor of Adella Mittag last Thursday at Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer's. Miss Mittag is to be married next Sunday to Fred Meyer. Five hundred was played, and Ben Schmidt won high, Arthur Kressin low. Miss Mittag received many gifts. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyers and Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kressin, the a Herman Hintz family, the Fred and Loo and Schmidt, Earl Mr. Wallace, Harold and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Wm. Meyer and Lorina, the Otto Lieseners, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jentz, Walter Jentz, -William Jentz Sr. and Jr., and Alice, Alvina and Ruth Dreyer, all of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rusch Jr., Herbert Zumach, Eldora and , Alice Dau, all of Whlttemore: Host- KohlhaaS esses were 'Mrs. Martin Meyer and ned t° Mrs. Herman Hintz. Dodge, Lust Parish Night Held— | Parish night was observed last | week Wednesday evening at the Sim- school hall. After brief entertain- jment by the little German band and I the Quartet, and a reading of the calendar by the Rev. E. Fieno, 500 was played at ten tables, and prizes were won by Alex Radig and Mrs. Carl Zumach, high, and Mrs. Fred Haack. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Whitte- nore. This was the last parish night before the busy season in the 'ields. The meetings will again be Siold this fall, and Mr. and Mrs. lof Lanark, 111., arrived at home of Mrs. Sam Reaper the last week Tuesday. They returned to 'Illlinoia last Thursday wiMi the exception of John Mcllhattin, Mrs. Reaper's brother, who plans to remain \s - ith lier indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bonustelt- ier, Corwith, are parents of a daughter Jo Anne, born last week •Wednesday Mr. Bonnstetter is a 'brother of the county agent and Ids wife is a sister of Willurd Cregson, Algona. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Kulow were Sunday guests at Hurry liar- greaves' in Algona. The evening was spent at bridge. The O. L. •Millers were Sunday guests at Jewell Binder's at Corwith. "Cap" Smith, who has been a -jpatient at tho Kossuth hospital •Buffering from heart trouble and complications, was returned, to diia borne early last week. Francis Recovering Francis, .small son of fthe Arthur Illgs, was brought home from Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, and is recovering from a recent atack of mas- toiditis and double pneumonia. Birthday is Celebrated- Neighbors gathered at Vern Barker's 'Suiiday to help him celebrate liis birthday. Pot-luck dinner was Iserved at noon. The afternoon! was spent socially. Other St. Joe. Victor Hammer, accompanied by Mrs. Ed Hammer of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Dell, of Bancroft, and Etta Meier, of Irvington, drove to Lo Sueur, Minn., early Sunday morning and spent the clay visiting Mrs. Ed Hammer's daughter, Mrs. H. W. Balk. They returned home the .same evening. Mr and Mrs. Jake Zellcr and their son George, of Watertown, S. D., arrived recently and will several weeks here visiting Mrs. Nick Thilges, a daughter of the Zellers, and other relatives. Mr. mul Mrs. Archie Lansing;, employed on the Kohlhaas farm, became parents of their first child, a girl, last week Wednesday. She has been named Alberta Kvoime. The George Schallers drove to Fort JJodge Saturday to attend the funeral of a friend, Mrs Herman. Konke, who had died at her home in Clare. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Schackmann, of Park Rapids, Minn., spent drove to Bumner Friday to visit Wm. iHahle, who is practicing law there. Wm. is the blind son of Henry Hahle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kulow drove to Forest City Sunday to visit Mrs. Kulow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Helland. Mr. Helland is in ill health. J. C. Mawdsley is driving a new V-8 truck. He was a business visitor in Hampton recently. R. D. iSubbett, Manyaska, Minn., recently visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence : Rosan. Mr. Subbett is also a depot agent. The K, P, Roney, Mrs. A. Me Lean and Mrs. Mae Grobe visited in Mason City last week Wednesday. The local ball team lost to Plum Creek on the home diamond Sunday afternoon The Jahn Ditsworths were Sunday guests at Frank <Ditswor>th's. lOOK FOR THE TRIANGLE 1RADE MARK OF QUALITY A New Ivanhoe Cooi Stove for ONLY $20.00 No rooro du«t, dirt and oihes tn the rural kitchens of today ... kcroiene, the inode/n cooking fuel bat replaced thora with clean. Until, ll your kitchen equipped with th!» mod convenient method of cooking? If it ii not, now It the time to set on Ivanhoe stove equipped with Perfection-type burners and selling for less than you'd believe posiiblo in a Perfection-made stove. 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