Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
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im** %jQeYouthOrdai ne d jo_Catholj c Priesthood in Missouri LOTTS CREEK PAGE THJKMjf Twenty Years Ago Lorenzo B. Skinner, father of tho late B. J. Skinner, suffered a third stroke at his son's hardware store and died next morning. He was 71 and had been visiting his son here six weeks. Burial was made here. Like his son he was a hardware dealer and tinsmith. • * • • M. H. Stoddard, Germanla, and .Arcadia- who served :, ot w „_„._., gtork The and „, T«P nastor, ana B 'c£ ^assisted with *,„ of the mass many X -under the dlrec- Mher Stork. ' Snb-Pencon l Fther |ol L. Becker, and . wnity college, Sioux asMaster-of-Ceremon- e Joseph Berte, Nicholas Wagner, ers were delivered by b" S B., of Concep- Therc were about 30 vis- attending. j and Dinner. Envas given in the St. rr 1 .-- -w n iv,o^ Luke , honoring Father Lr 150 relatives, including i uncles, brothers and sis- _tte visiting clergy. A two- Inner was served, with a teme of yellow and white. ,t the honor table were the land Mr. and Mrs. George land son Nicholas. _ Thul played piano solos pie meal. A short program after the dinner. A song, You, was sung by the •ker children, and The was sung by Al- I Clarence Erpelding and maan. "Congratulations" hy Rita, Martha, and [Becker Jr., and a song by e club followed. Short talks Iren by some of the priests. in Cbnrgc. i making preparation for ption were the heads of the cles ot the parish: Mrs. tor, Mrs. George Thul, n Frideres, Mrs. James [ ilia. Herman Plathe, Mrs. Jales and Mrs. Lentsch, who Irs, Anton Becker's place. nished a cook and two Luke left Wednesday i train for Conception. aimer is Bride— Iweek Wednesday morning, Joseph church, Anna, daugh- p. and Mrs. Sebastian Krus married to Ernest, son of (Mrs. Nick Bormann Sr., the -»rge Theobald officiating. ride was attired in a white ikle-length dnss and wore pped veil. She carried a bouquet of Talisman roses, "s and ferns. L, F. Jenkinson, Union township, were republican candidates for county "treasurer, and H. J. McChesney was democratic candidate. Candidates for other offices were Mrs, Agnes M. Laidley, Bancroft, for recorder; Joe Jenks, Ledyard, for Clerk; J. M. Dye, Swea City, for representative; E. H. Beardsley, Algona, for auditor; and C. A. Samson, Algona, for sheriff, all on the republican ticket. Auditor B. B. Norton, Algona, had withdrawn candidacy for republican nomination. J. W. Sullivan was candidate for the democratic nomination for representative. • * * * Wlllla'm Dodds, one of the organ- 'Izers of the County Savings bank and a director, had just died. • • * • Consul-General Phil C. Hanna, brother of Geo. W. Hanna, ot Lu- Verne, had been arrested by Mexican federal troops and placed in jail at Monterey, Mex., where he was consul. He was accused of being in sympathy with a rebel, "constitutionalist" army. When tho federal army evacuated the city ho was left a prisoner in the palace but was released by the constitutionalists. His arrest was considered an Insult to the United States and the situation between tho U. S. and Mexico was tense. * * « • Judge Quarton had spoke to 75 farmers near Ruthven on farm credits, co-operative movements among farmers, and the tariff. He was to speak at Leland the following week. ures in the law, but that attemntq o rectify thnm hnf,,™ ,/ J B " lpt ? rectify them before vere defeated. It passed A A * * * « An Ames expert had spoke at the courthouse. Cholera in hogs ilia a talk mostly concerned two types of vaccination and how it was done. , —o-.- tho in- of his brother-in-law, C. B. Moore Smith, Dos Moines, In tho Huh pool and billiard hall His father, C. 13. Barry, owned the remaining interest. W. A. Barry Planned to travel most of the time, selling cigars. * « • « The Methodist home missionary societics of the Algona district were to hold a two-day convention here, and 33 delegates wero expected. Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll was corresponding secretary of the Algona society. The Earnest Council of Algona Masons had held a notable meeting n f \tr It I n !•» O ft „ __ -i • t _ i . ° DROPS OPENER TO OTTOSEN ^ Lotts Creek, May 8—The Lotts Creek baseball team lost its first game at the local diamond with Ottosen, G-0. Players for Ottosen were Farrell, Enocksen, Cooper, Welter, Morgan, Bake, Lovig, Gat- tno, Welter. For Lotts Creek were Pijalm, E. Luedtke, Mittag, E. Wlchtendahl, 0. Wittkopf, R. Gross, Meyer, Schmidt, Rudy Wichten- tlnlil, E. Wittkopf, and H. Gross. The battery for Lotts Creek was Gross and Wichtendahl, and for Ottosen Welter and Enocksen. Pupils Take Final Exams- Evelyn Pompe, Lucille Meyer, and Amanda Kading, oC District No. 1 school, were among pupils \ylio took final 8th grade examina- Clubs In Worth End' are Hostesses to Federation at which 35 candidates were given I'' on at tlic court house Thursday, the first, and second degrees and 45| Two "Irthdays were celebrated last received the third degree. The ceremonies were followed by a dinner. The first and second degrees were week at the Dist. No. 1 school 'in honor of Lorina Liesener and Deloris Shcllar. The pupils are busy Four •« * » Algona ministers conferred by the local council but Policing for a Mother's day pro- the Medina council, Eagle Grove, Kram to 1)e hcld soon - Children conferred the third degree. Twen- 1>avin K 100 per cent in spelling ty-three Eagle Grove men came. tcsts tnis wock were: Elvira Meyer, Lorna Ruhnke, Evelyn Meyer, had Vorona - Buss, Ruth Pijahn, and Ronald Meyer. Boy for Etlirnrd irncldmrths— Mr. and Mrs. Louis 1-Iintz, Algona, attended church services here Sunday. The Hintzes are staying at Edward Hackbarth's, and Mrs. Hintz is caring for Mrs. Hackbarth, who is the mother of a boy, born May 3. . Seeventeen drainage appeals were listed for trial at the April term of court, besides 11 other suits. * * * * Henry McElroy, near Titonka, lost control of a Ford car and was pinned under it in a wreck. Mrs. McElroy was also hurt, but not badly. Three children they had picked up for a ride were bruised and one suffered a broken leg. A local man * • * had written the state department at DCS Moines to complain of unfairness in distribution of automobile refunds to tho counties according to the number of civil townships. In answer a deputy state treasurer showed that there were many other unfair fea- drawn lots for each other's pulpits and taken members by surprise. The Rev. F. C. Taylor, Methodist, preached at tho Presbyterian church; the Rev. Mr. Goddard, Congregational, at the Methodist church; the Rev. F. A. Smiley, Presbyterian, at the Baptist church; and tho Rev. F. E. Day, Baptist, at the Congregational church. • t • • Algona and Burt trackmen held a meet at the fair grounds, and the Algonlans>»won, 90-25. Only GO people attended. Algona contestants were Leo Nugent, Robert Danson, Alfred Kresensky, Fred Geigel, Donald Hutchison, Mervin Williamson, Leon Stock, Earl Wilson, Russell Peterson, Elmer Christensen, and Howard Vinson; Burt contestants: Trainer, Marlow, Stow, Dexter, Boettcher, Holding. * • • • The Bull Moosers were attempting a full county ticket. The names of candidates in the three parties for all offices in the county were published, showing that politics ia the year 1914 was lively. * « * * John F. Kunz, Wesley, an attorney then and still in the state of Nevada, had been appointed as land attorney for the interstate commerce commission with headquarters at San Francisco. Swea City, May 8—The county federation of woman's clubs met •at the high scliool building here 'last week Tuesday. An address by Mrs. Raymond C. Swanson urging a continuation of health projects' was given, and Mrs. Sampson, Titonka, spoke in favor of a county welfare worker. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, reported a recent district meeting at Fort Dodge, Musical numbers included a cornet solo by Mrs. F. O. Johnson, wife of the Lakota-Ledyard Methodist pastor, a -saxaphone solo by Mrs. George Heetland, 'Lakota, and vocal selections by Mrs. A. B. Tweeten and Henn Kluger, Swea City. One hundred and twenty-five persons sat down to dinner at noon in the high school dining room, and' among guests were ithe local teachers. The ihoste.ss clubs, were the Thursday club and the W. C. T. U., Swea City, and the Acorn and the Priscilla clubs, Lakota. Local Woman's Mother Weds— Dr. E. G. Lotts, Dows, and Mrs. Leona Bellman, Clear Lake, were married at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr's here Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock by the Rev. Geo. R. McDowell, Methodist pastor. Mrs. McDowell, also Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Goodsen, Des Moines, were guests, Mrs. Goodsen being a sister of the bride. A wedding dinner was served, after which Doctor and Mrs. Lotts left for Dows and the Good- sens for Des Moines. The bride is well known here, Mrs. Myhr being her daughter. and the baccalaureate sermon will be preached Sunday night by tha 'Rev. G. H. Siemens. Local Girl Jlcelccted Teacher— Lucille Thomson and Arza Baskerville, Manchester, spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomson. Miss Thomson, who teaches music in the Manchester schools, has accepted reelection with a raise in salary. Resumes Yellowstone Park Job- Jerome B. Johnson lefit Saturday for Yellowstone Park to re- ume his annual job as assistant the purchasing agent of Yellow- Jfewlyivcds Return Home— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer returned a week ago Monday evening from their honeymoon trip to Watertown, Wis. Mrs. William Rusch Jr. and daughter Marion, and Walter Smidt, Lone Rock, returned with them. Attend Fcnton H. S. Play— A number from here attended The Man in the Moon, at the Fenton opera house Friday evening. Mrs. Win. Xorris Improving — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mosier and Mr and Mrs. Ted Munson, Albert Lea spent Sunday with Mrs. William Norris, who has been bedfast two weeks but is gaining slowly. Mr Mosier is a son of Mrs. Norris. Mr and Mrs. Claude McCoy, of Britt called on old friends here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Barker and Mr. anc Mrs. Henry Hillpiper, of Fairmont also spent Sunday with Mrs. Nor ris, who is their grandmother. was Alvina Kra- [ilster of the bride, She wore ! Pink crepe ankle-length I carried a bouquet of 'Sons and pink carnations. " Bormann, a brother of served as his attendant, l wore dark suits. 'Ptlon was given the bridal IW relatives at the bride's Home, and a three-course 1*88 served. iy W ed s gave a dance at Now hall the same even- w Kellodians, of Britt, fl the music. 1 M "' Bonnann will be at » May 15 on the farm Mr. 1 and has been oper- lunation Ceremonie 08 unday morning and to the Mr. N'e Becker ^as^ 1118 ° f K- cG ° pm «y. 0r He an it IHace * ° rge Beck er Sr., |.™ce. Among those to—'-Ge orge Becke * e > James, ouli Cellar, B. J. Kellner, John Thul, Mrs. Or., EX-WESLEYAN DIES OF T, B, IN NJAKOTA Wesley, May 8—Isadore Garman, Sykeston, N. D., farmer and carpenter, born near Wesley Feb- Tuary 19, 1886, died of tuberculosis at a sanitarium at San Haven, N. D., Friday. He was past 48. August and Richard Garman. Wesley, and Mrs. Eischeid, Algona, and Mrs. Schimmel, Blue Earth, left here early Friday morning, hoping to see their brother alive, but arrived too late. Funeral services were held at Sykeston (Monday morning. John Ricfniter 'left for Sykeston Saturday morning. Isadore was married here in September, 1904, to Rose .Richter, cousin of John. She had been reared by John's parents. Besides his widow, Ihe is survived by six children; Joe, Evelyn, Vera, Anna, Theresa, and John. Herbert, 12, died 12 yeans ago. There are three brothers, Richard and August, Wesley, and Will- fiam, Frontier, Sasflc., Can.; also four sisters, Mrs. Oarl Sdliimmel, Blue Earth; Mrs. Mike Weig, Aberdeen, S. D.; Mrs. Henry Ei- scheld, Algona; and Mrs. Frank Spangler, Lake Park. Minnie Osterounp Dies Friday— Minnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ostercamp, Britt, and niece of Herman Ostercamp, Wesley, died at her parents' home south of Britt at 2:30 Friday morning, of a spine disease. She 'had heea ailing eight years and in toed four months. Funeral services were held at the Methodist ehurdh, Britt, Monday afternoon, the Rev. Mr. -Rust. Baptist minister, in charge, assisted'by the Rev. Edw. Peterson. Minnie was born he would not recover. Mrs. Immerfall was a sister of the Studers. Typist Here Wins Honors— The local girls' beginners' team, Cecelia Otis, June Hudson, and •Frances Kunz, won third in a county typing contest at Algona Saturday. Cecelia also won third in individual honors. Kunxcs Home From Tour— Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz returned last Thursday from a t'.vo weeks' trip by car to Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Eddie Luedtke, August Meyer, and Mario Schallin are members of the senior class and were in the cast. Infant is Seriously 111— Elsie Kohlwes is working at Tom Shellar's. The 15-months-old Shellar baby is in a critical condition. It was taken to Fort Dodge last week for examination. Lucille Ziimach is Bride— A number of relatives friends attended the church ding Sunday afternoon of Lucile Zumach and a Mr. Thornton, Bode. LOTTS CREEK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. William Wetzel, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz attended funeral services for Mrs. Julius Maahs, oE Whittemore, Sunday afternoon. Several from here attended Steiner for Commencement Here — Dr. E. A. Steiner professor o religion at Grinnell college, <ha been engaged for the commence ment address 'here Thursday nigh" istone camp. He will return to Swea City next fall. Muhleman Gives Baccalaureate— Tttie baccalaureate sermon fof the Grant high school was preached at the Methodist church here Sunday night 8 o'clock 'by the Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Methodist district superintendent. Son for the Merton Roalsons— A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Merton Roalson. Other Swea City. The Rev. and Mrs. McDowell and Itheir daughter Grace 'were Elhop- <ping aib Mason City last Thursday. Mr. McDowell is the Methodist pastor here. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Detz, of Fairmont, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Detz is an aunt of Mrs. F. J. Thomson. Mrs. Kenneth Thomson spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. G. Augustodt, Mason City. Brother & Sister Figure in Double ^ Marriage May 2w$ Swea City, May 8— Fred* son and Leonard Swanson, botli lA Swea City, were married last TM«lfr Wednesday at Webster Cltr« UNI Rev. Edw. A. Piper, pastor of tiMt English Lutheran church there.. «C« ficiating. The bride is the dangfctMt of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson, **» tired farmers here, and LeonaxC Swanson is a partner of GUlMtQ- Engstronx in a local dray lln«. tUt has lived here eight years. The e«K pie have gone to housekeeping aft the Swanson home in north City. Gertrude Swanson and Roy Humboldt, were married by tftlK same pastor at the same time In, «• double wedding. Gertrude Mdft Leonard are brother and elatwy, The Forts will live near HumboUK* ' ^Position Wanted A tEAD WANT,— Fill your cupboards NOW and SAVE 7//M TRUE VALUES OXYDOL— Griant 55c Large 23c IVORY FLAKES— CHIPSO at cmsco 2 Lbs. CAMAY—• KIRK'S, 4 for IVORY, med. 3 for 21 c 17c 42c,159c P-G GIANT, 6 for PIE PAN FREE OUSECLEANING TIME ' '•• . *••?-'": • '.-, ' S* Get these Procter & Gointie labor-saving soaps at the T*/^^ dealers listed below.''they are True Values — quality ^&f- , soa'ps at e'conomy prices. ° • '&& FOR SALE AT FOLLOWING DEALERS W. A. WHITE C. S. JOHNSON MOE & SJOGREN LONG'S FOOD STORE ANDERSON'S RITE-WAY BASKET GROCERY CUT RATE GROCERY THOS. AKRE COUNCIL OAK junior-senior class play Whittemore high Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter, Mason City, accompanied by Mrs. Winter's sister, Mrs. Earl Goodnow, visited the E. Goodnows and Herman Ostercamps here Sunday, also the John Ostercamps, Britt. IMrs. Winter and Mrs. Gooclnow are recalled here as Minnie and Maggie Loats, wlhen thodr parents conducted the Wesley hotel. The Wm. Sturdivant, Lester Lease, and Simon Hirner families spent Sunday at Lost Island Lake, near Ruthven. Miss -Bed:, grade •teadher, spent the week-end _ at Arthur Benschoter's, near Irvington. Ingrid Finger, .principal of 'the Corwith schools, spent Sunday here with Miss Packard. The Rev. J. M. Krafft, pas/tor of of the Evangelical church at Nora Springs, visited the John Arnes- Imrys from lost week Monday evening to Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Amesbury visited friends at Nora Springs Sunday. Hannabelle Giddings, Burt, is •helping Mrs. Herman Carlson, who is sick. 'Before going there, Hannabelle cared for the three months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 3aade The child had bronchitis. Mr. and Mrs. 'Lester Larson were j attend at Eagle Grove Monday the funeral of a Mr. Anderson, father-in-law o£ Mrs. Larson's brother, Oran Byro. Mrs. Mary Dahlin, Burlington, and her son Clarence visited Mrs. Dahlia's daughter, Mrs. Raymond Hanseu, from last Thursday to the of the school at the Academy Sunday evening. Sally Lou was the name of the play. Mrs. Anna Mittag, Mrs. Albert Potratz and Alvina Manning ited one day last week at aunt, Mrs. Chris Widdle's, who is ill at her homo near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Uoloris and Arthur, and Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz visited Sunday at Will Hillmer's, at Ceylon, Minn. The Rev. E. Fiene has been ill the past week with lumbago and throat trouble. Teacher Schmlel also had an attack of throat trouble. one; Body Husband 11, 1889, and was past 35. Besides 'her parents, doe is survived by two in Ortihel township Octoher as e i sisters, Tilda and Mildred, at home, and three brothers, Otto, Garner, and John and Fred, Britt. (Former Teacher Loses Babr— The papers report ttoat Mr. and Mrs. F. A. I/emke, Meservey, recently lost an infant, their only child. Mrs. Lemke, formerly Amalie Huenemann, Hancock county, taught *he Carl Hansen school 10 or 12 years ago, and about that time won a prize in a toeauty contest conducted toy 'tJhe Des Moines R*gister. To Observe Mothers Day— Mother's day will be observed tat the Methodist churches here and at Sexton Sunday morning. At the local Congregational church Sunday school teachers and will give a mother's day program of 'special musical numbers anc readings. Other services at ttoe Methodist church are the same as usual. Frank Immerfall Has Operation— Frank Immerfall, Avon, Minn. formerly Wesley, underwent a serious operation at a St. Cloud Minn., (hospital early last week and for a tune it was ttoought that Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke, of Whittemore, were visitors at the former's daughter Mrs. Albert Kressin's a week ago Monday. Prof. H. F. C. Mueller, superintendent of the Lutheran schools in the Iowa district, visited the Lutheran school here Friday. May 17. The junior-senior banque takes place this week Friday nigfo WINNING F FIXTURES other law-priced Specials Saturday. Junior play The Laugflr junior yiuy, *"^ II v, Saturday evening, was well presented and well attended. The nroceeda KO for the Junior-Senior proceeds go banquet. A number young people ing of Congregational V UU ,.B -i—i»- attended a county Christian Endeavor Tally at Lakota Sunday afternoon and even- K • T Elaf Pearson, Chicago, is mak- ..,.£ an extended visit with liis sister, Mrs. Julius Hansen. He is in the employ of an ice company. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Felt returned Saturday morning, having driven from Rockledge. Fla. where they spent the winter. •Dbe Study club members and a few guests will be entertained at Mrs. Vincent Doughan's -this week Punnemarte attended 21c 14c 10c lOc 29c WEEK-END SPECIALS Robb-Ross Cake Flour, pkg. Mustard, Dutch style, 15 oz. jar M. L. Sliced Beets, No. 2 1-2 can_ M. L. Pork and Beans, No. 2 1-2 can- Council Oak Coffee, pound . SUM-Il-AID— 5c bottle makes 1-2 gal. 2Sc bottle makes 4 gal. Grape-Nuts Flakes, pkg. — Jello, asst. flavors, pkg. — Post Bran Flakes, pkg. — Kre-mel, asst. flavors, 6 pkgs. Superb Peanut Butter, 24 oz. jar French's Bird Seed, pkg. Palm Olive Soap, 3 cakes The Methodist Aid week Wednesday with Mrs. Mre. Hodges assisting. Whole Farm in Spuds. Fenton May 8-La« Finnested, his son-in-law, Edw. Bergeson Arthur Berkland, and Ole Solberg wm raise 80 acres of Potatoes this season on land rented by Mr. Ber- gesoa. Crystal White Soap, 6 big bars ---Super Suds, 2 pkgs. ---- ..... --Prunes, No. 10 can --------Bologna, per ring --------- -Bacon [Squares, Ib. 9c .5c .9c 19c 24c 14c 14c 23c 15c 35c ..5c lie It was a great record of leadership that Chevrolet made in 1933. ; . . And this year, it's even greater. Sales are already thousands of cars ahead of last year. Production is the largest in the industry. And every day, from state after state, comes the same report on registrations : Chevrolet is leading all others! What's the reason for this success? The pictures tell the story. Chevrolet is the only low-priced car with this winning combination of five features. 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