Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
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PAGE POtm KOSStJTH CQtJNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Lucile Zumach, of Fenton, is Bride in Church Wedding MARRIED TO BODE YOUTH SUNDAY P, M, Fenton, May 8—St. John's Lutheran church Sunday at 2 p. m. .was the setting for a wedding, when Lucile, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, became 'the bride of Floyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Torgerson, Bode. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitz performed a single ring ceremony in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. R. C. Rehmer played Lohengrin's -wedding march. The bride was dressed in a pink crepe ankle-length dress, wore a white beaded cap veil, and carried pink roses. She was attended by her cousin, Ella Zumach, Algona, bridesmaid, who wore an ashes of roses ankle-length gown and car-j ried pink roses and white carna-1 tions. | Justin Torgerson, brother of the; bridegroom, was best man. Mavis j and Marvis Torgerson, twin nieces j of the bridegroom, were flower i girls, were dressed in pink organ- i dy dresses, and carried baskets of flowers. Table waiters were Ella and Lorena Dreyer and Helen Radig, cousins of the bride. The bride is a graduate of the Fenton high school, and she attended the State Teachers college one term. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Bode high school, and he attended an electrical engineering school at Chicago one term, later taking a barber's course at Des Moines. and he follows the profession at Boyd, where the couple will make their home after May 12. A reception was held at the bride's home at 5:30 p. m., and j guests included the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz and his family, the Ole and Oscar Tor-persons, the Olsons, Justin, Thor, Mavis, and Marvis Torgerson, all of Bode, the Arnold Zumachs, .Whittemore. Mrs. Ida Zumach, Al- ] gona. daughter Ella, Mr. and Mrs.! Alvin Zumach. Lucille Theesfield, i and Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach. Klnss Bros. Quit Business— Glenn Kluss. Gait, has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss. lie was in town last week .Tuesday and said he and his brother Alvin, who had run a garage and repair shop at Gait three years, lately quit business and dissolved partnership. For the time being Alvin and his wife are operating a restaurant in southern Iowa. Glenn is undecided on what; he will do. Y. I". S. Names Delepite— The Lutheran Y. P. met in the church basement last week' Wednesday evening. Alice Dreyer j was chosen delegate to a Y. P. S. convention at Davenport May 26-27, ! and plans were laid for a play i soon. After a social hour, bunco; was played, Miss Dreyer winner of i the high score, William Krause j low. Refreshments were served by i the hostesses, Hildegarde and Thusnelda Kabelitz. Four Corners Club Gives Program Honoring Mothers -The F. C honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wai- club met ker, parents of Mrs. Bjustrom. Four Corners, May 8- Mothers & Daughters last Thursday with Mrs. Eula 'Rich Other "guests were Mr. and Mrs. The program was opened with My Orville Holdren and Mr. and Mrs. Mother's Bible, sung by all, and Lewis Broesder. roll call was answered with My Mother's Nationality. A vocal duet was sung by Ruth Robinson and Mrs. Lucille Rich; violin solos, the) Other Four Corners. The Everett Withams were hosts at an aluminum supper Fri- LEDYARD B, B, PLAYERS GET GOLDJROPHY Ledyard, May 8—The second annual banquet of the Purple and Gold Activity association was held was Sirs, Henry Warner Home— Mrs. Henry Warner Sr. brought home last week Wednes-j, day from an Estherville hospital,' where she was treated for ulcers | of the eyes. She has lost the sight in one eye, but the doctors are trying to save the other one. She is also suffering with diabetes, which makes her condition serious. Mrs. J. B. Hansen is caring for her. Billie lioettcher Critically Sick- Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod went to Burt last week Tuesday morning to help care for Billie Jr., small son of Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher, who has been sick with pneumonia since a week ago Saturday. Doctor Pet- | ers and Miss Bierstedt, R. N., are in charge. Knuiso Not to Leave— Gus Krause, who bought a grocery at Burt recently, has sold a half interest to E. Wrede, Garner. Mr. Krause continues as manager of the Fenton Home Oil company and will not move to Burt, spending only part time at the store. Reviews Book of the Day— Mrs. O. H. Graham attended a Burt Woman's club meeting Monday evening and gave a review of "Life Begins at Forty." She is a former member of the Burt club. Sacred Play is Given— The Challenge of the Cross, a sacred play given by the Standard Bearers at the Methodist was well done, and a audience attended. church, Kev. A. «. neuser, Algona; singing, vocal chorus; reading, Evelyn Xickerson; piano solo, Evelyn Cruikshank; vocal duet, Mrs. Max - iine Dittmer and Mrs. Irene Bjustrom. A talk was given by the Rev. Mr. Hoerner, Congregational pastor at Algona, and there was a guessing game on names of flowers. A prize was given to the oldest mother and youngest motthei' and the mother of the largest family. The oldest mother was Mrs. John Seip, Algona, a guest; the youngest, Mrs. Edward Rich, a member; the mother of the largest family, Mrs. Joseph Albert. This was a Mother's tea, also a guest day. • Surprise for Popular Teacher — A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. E. A. Genrich, Algona, by the Union No. 7 P. T. A. Friday evening. Guests were the. Arthur Cruikshanks, Noble Mit- dhells, William Draytons, Loyd Grosses, Edward Richs, and the Fred Plumbs, Sexton. Pinner Honors Arcli Walker — A surprise anniversary dinner was served at Acirew Bjustrom's! Sunday by Mrs. Cecil 'Bjustrom in YOUTH'S SKULL FRACTURED IN GAR ACCIDENT Lakota, May 8 — Mrs. William r Purlov received word Icist \veek Wednesday evening of the death of her little nephew, Bobby Petsch, at Chester, S. D. He was playing in a neighbor's yard where they were digging tree stumps. His mother called him to supper and he ran in front of the car of one of the workmen and his skull was fractured when he was hit by the car, but he was not run over. He died in a few minutes. His father had gone to Wyoming recently, where he had work as a geologist for an oil company and Mrs. Petsch and Bobby planned to go as soon as school was out. They both have many friends here as they have often day night. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, Mr. and Mrs. John Monarch, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slater. After supper the guests played 500. L. J. Lowman and his granddaughter, Irene Wifiham, attended the funeral of Walter Smith, Burt, Friday. Mr. Smith was the father-in-law of Mrs. Ray Smith, daugihter of Mrs. Lowman. The Lawrence Turnis family, St. Benedict, and Avis and Elaine Wilson were Sunday dinner guests of the Edward Richs. Mrs. Tunik is 1 a cousin of Mrs. Rich. Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, Humboldt, was a guest of the C. N. Robinson's last Thursday and attended ai club meeting at Mrs. John Rich's. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson and their daughter Evelyn were Sunday dinner guests of old' neighbors at Clare. L. J. Lowman, who spent the winter at Colfax, 111., with relatives, is at home again. The Everett Withams were Sunday dinner guests of the C. N. Robinsons. Delia Smith as bridegroom. Loraine then opened her gifts and found many lovely things, and a large box containing all kinds of pantry stores, such as coffee, tea, spices, soap, clothespins, etc. Cake, fruit salad, and coffee were served. Algonian Rally Speaker — A county Christian Endeavor rally was held Sunday at ' the local Presbyterian church. The first meeting was held at 2 o'clock with songs, devotions, special music, and a talk by District Superintendent Marguerite Keeney. A pot luck lunch was served at supper time, and the evening service began at 6:30. Mr. McDowell, of Algona, gave the address of the evening. Special music in the evening was given by Norman Frerking, a solo by Gertrude Wortman, and a girls' quartet sang. _ Junior Play Clears $40 The Juniors gave their play, The Sure Cure, at the school auditorium Friday night and a large crowd attended. Those taking part were: Robert Hamilton, Lilah Kaphengst, Melvin Schroeder. Neil Slack. •Rer- made long visits here. The Rev. tha Ailts. nharipi P^^n"' ^ Mr. Frerking and Truman Turley took Mrs. Turley to Worthington, Minn., where her brother-in-law, Bert Larimer, met her. finest Day is Held—The Presbyterian Aid society held its guest day Thursday afternoon at the church parlors and a large crowd was present. The program was built around home and mother: song, Home, Sweet Home; prayer by Mrs. Frerking; piano- logue, Rock Me to Sleep, Fern Lews, with Mrs. Jerry Ukena at the piano; reading, Mother Eve, Mrs. [-1. Johnson; Deborah, Emma Gutknecht; Mother of Moses, Mrs. Julia Wortman; Mary, Mother of Jesus, Mrs. Russell Winter' piano solo, Marcella Thaves; piano solo, little John Wortman. A trio composed of Hulvia and Carmen Landau, Lakota, and Irma Weed, of Lake Mills, sang three numbers. Little Dorothy Schroeder and Dorothy Woodworth gave a little play with their dolls. Lunch was served at a tea table, and Mrs. Frerking and Emma Gutknecht poured. Mrs. Leaverton Honored— The Ledyard township Farm Bureau women held a party at Mrs. Julia Wortman's Friday afternoon n honor of Mrs. Paul Leaverton. A nusical program was given as folows: Fern Lewis gave two poems vith piano accompaniment; string- 3d instrument solo, Mrs. Clifford ''reeark; vocal solo, Meriarn Heet- and; piano solo, Katherine Bersch- nan; violin solo, Merriam Heet- and, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jerry Heetland; vocal solo Gertrude Wortman. Mrs. Leaverton vas given a number of lovely gifts, -.incoln township women were also juests of the afternoon. •:iizabeth Keller Married- Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. Ham<iuist, Herman Weringa, Louis Price, Donald Worley, Harold Geerdes, and Orville Koppen. The school orchestra and the girls' Glee club furnished music between acts. They cleared $40. Commercial Club Meets— The Methodist Aid was entertained at the church last week Wednesday. Mrs. Cleman's committee served the Commercial club dinner Thursday at the church and 16 men attended. The Boy Scout program and a bank for Lakota were subjects up for discussion. Wedding is Announced — Announcement of the marriage of Homer Altizer and Sylvia Burnson, at Grand Rapids, Minn., April 30 was made last week. Homer has established a lodge called lowana, near Big Fork, Minn. German Measles Prevalent German measles seem to have the run of this vicinity, and although cases are not severe cause many absences from school. Other Lakota News. The Rev. Robert Hoerner, pastor of the Algona Congregational church, was a caller at the Rev. Mr. Johnson's Sunday afternoon! The men were friends while attending college. The F. G. Torines, of Armstrong, the J. H. Warburtons, the Rev. and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson, Mrs. N. E. Noble, and Edith Buxton were 'visitors at S. Warburton's Sunday. Little Herbert Hansen is suffering with pneumonia. His brother Billie went to Emmetsburg for a stay with his grandparents, the Martin Bobos. J. A. Bargar and Mrs. Clara Meyer went to Des Moines last week Monday. In the school gymnasium saiurimj evening at 6:30. The Methodis Ladies' Aid cooked the food, which was provided by the students There were about 60 present. Tilmer Halvorson, as toastmas ter, introduced the following toasts: Streamers, Lillian Sanders Behind the Curtains, Lyla Hainm; Scoring Power, Kenneth Thompson; and Harmony, James Logan Sujt. A. E. Lauritzen introduced the main speaker, Supt. E. A. Ralston AVest Union. Gold Basketballs Awarded. Elvin Carpenter, president of the Commercial club, presented gold basketballs engraved "C. C. S. D champions," signifying conference county, sectional, and districl champions, to Alfred Lloyd, Ken neth Thompson, Arvid Brandt, Jack Moulton, Leonard Warner, anc William Barnes, Miss Stranahai presented declamatory awards tc James Logan, Kenneth Thompson and Lyla Hamrn, and Miss Kellj presented awards to the "Putuwiz 1 journalism students: Idah Tel kamp, Tilmer Halvorson, Lilliar Sanders, James Logan Lillian Klinksiek, Ella Goetz, La Vaut Farrow, Anna Jones, and Aleiths Brack. Honor Stripes Presented. V. A. Barrett awarded honoi stripes to the following music stu dents: Henrietta O'Keefe, Lillrat Klinksiek .Albert Goetz, Ella Goetz Lyla Hanim, Maynard White, Alice Hagge. The following won theii first chenille letter , :KennetV Thompson, Tilmer Halvorson, Roland Smith, James Logan, Lillian Sanders, Aleitha Brack, Adah and Idah Telkamp. Those winning monograms were: Lois Wilson, Luetta Gelhaus, Edith Logan, Robert Barslou, Howard Dyer, Melvin Logeman, Cleo Gable, La Vaun Farrow, and Esther Junkermeier. Mr. Lauritzen presented basket- sail awards to Aleitha Brack, Es:her Junkermeier, Alice Hagge Vtarvel Drew, Ella Goetz, Mildred Vaughn, Lillian Klinksiek, Kenneth Thompson, Roland Smith James Logan, Arvid Brand, Alfrec Ltloyd, Leonard Warner, William Barnes, Jack Moulton, Armin Bchultz, and Howard Dyer. All the boys winning letters in basketbal also won them in baseball, and the following also won baseball awards: Dwight Smith, Herbert and Harold Joos, Victor Weaver Ellwood Green and Alvin Depping Farewell for Mrs. Weinberger— The Mesdames George Moulton 3eorge Thompson and William 3reen held a surprise farewell par- .y at the Green home last week Tuesday night for Mrs. Jesalyn Weinberger and her mother, Mrs. 3allaghan, who are leaving soon 'or Salem, S. D. The Gallaghans lave lived here for 29 years and Mrs. Weinberger has been post- nistress here for nearly 20 years. The evening was spent playing ;atnes and the arrival of "Uncle Sam" was a pleasant surprise. After a delicious lunch the honorees —_ _ ANOTHER Play Day The original AMERICAN LEGION CELEBRATION Staged again this year at Humboldt — on — 4™ f JULY Free Attractions Rides Games Races A day of fun for old and young Agatha Keller, Lakota, and Edwin FENTON NEWS Mrs. Alfred Meyers accompanied Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Titonka, to visit Mrs. known to Marathon Monday to Fred Ekstam, better Fenton people as Esther Gutterman, former Fenton teacher. Mrs. Hansen also is a former Fenton jj es Moines fair-sized Davis, of Greene, were married last week Tuesday at the Sacred Heart church, Ledyard, the Rev. Peter Strum officiating. They were attended by Catherine Brannan and John Keller. The bride grew to womanhood on a farm southwest of town, and after graduating from [the Ledyard high school, was teacher, known Caughlin. here as Agatha Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt are parents of a 7-lb. girl, born last week Tuesday. girl, about 2 They have another years old. Mrs. Schmidt, the former Lena Dreyer, is being cared for by Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. her mother, Mrs. Dean Nellis and her daughter Rosemary spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern, and Mr. Nellis came Sunday, his wife and daughter going home with him. Air. and Mrs. John Micklick, of Lohrville, spent the week-end with Mrs. Micklick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell. Mr. Micklick, coach in the Lohrville schools, formerly taught here. The Lutheran Aid met at the church last week Wednesday; Mrs. Claude Seeley, hostess. The Fairville Aid met with Mrs. R. G. Hengle last Thursday. The Dr. E. W. Ruskes spent Sunday at Spencer, and Mrs. Ruske's mother, Mrs. Olson, who had spent a week here, returned to her home there with them. They will be at home at Leon, where Mr. Davis is assistant in a funeral home. The bride's father, Mike Keller ,died recently. H'umt'ii at Federation Meet— A number of women from the Acorn and Priscilla clubs of Lakota attended the county Federation meeting at the school house in Swea City last week Tuesday. Mrs. Clayton Phillips, of Livermore, director of the Eighth district, was present and helped with the business meeting and also gave a talk on, Why Federate. Mrs. Swanson, wife of the Lutheran minister at Swea City, gave a talk on welfare work. Music was rendered by clubs from Swea and Lakota. Lu Verne and Algona clubs will entertain in October. Shower for Loraine Smith- Mrs. Pearl Koppen, Mrs. Pearl Smith, and Dorothy Clemans entertained 85 women at the Methodist church Thursday evening at a prenuptial shower in honor of Loraine Smith. A mock wedding was given as entertainment, with Mrs. A .T. Buckels as bride and Mrs. I Repair! ..Fixup.. Cleanup - Paintup This is the time of year to do these things. Our prices are right and we have quality merchandise in all of our lines. We will gladly quote prices on your requirements. Come in and look over our complete line of Devoe paints, enamels, and varnishes. This week special, pare raw linseed oil, 85c per gal. Botsford Lumber Co, Phone 256 JIM POOL, Mgr. were presented a clock. About 40 guests were present. Sprnnfcs in Family Reunion— A family reunion was held at the August Sprnnk home Sunday. Those present Included: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hamm, Nevada, and daughter Mildred; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hamm, Madella, Minn.; the Leroy Wiedencamps, Spirit Lake; and the William Wenzells and Lyla Harnm, Ledyard. Senior Play Tomorrow Night— The seniors will present a play, Oh Professor, Friday night. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday night in the school auditorium, and the Rev. F. O. Johnson will preach the sermon. Unrncs Grandchild Sick- Mrs. Albert Barnes \yas called to Ernest Jorgenson's near Elmore last week by the illness of one of the twin babies of her daughter. The baby la better, Ed Hnlrorson Is Sick— Ed Halvorson was very ill last Thursday and Friday with acute indigestion and under the care of Doctor Sommers. Commercial Tenclier Norrna Kelly, commercial teacher hero, has accepted a similar position in the Pocahontas school for the coming year. H. S. Loses to Swctt City— The high school baseball team played at Swea City Friday and was defeated 2 to 1. Other Lcflynrd News. Mrs. George Thompson entertained the W. F. M. S. Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. D. Mayne led the devotional, and Mrs. D. B. Mayer the lesson. Special reports were given as follows: Mrs. F. 0. Johnson, Peace; Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Peace Movements in Japan; Mrs. Yalmke, Moves in Other Countries; and another by Mrs. Edward Knon- er. Mrs. Thompson read an article on stewardship. Mrs. L. W. Wlemer and "Bill, 1 Mrs, Mary Tlllmoney, and Janice Williams visited Mrs. Louise Till- money at Wells, Sunday, The latter has been 111 the past two weeks, The Commercial club held a meeting in rooms over the postof- fice last week Tuesday night. Following the business meeting cards were played. Mrs. Charles Bashara visited relatives at Fort Dodge from last week Tuesday till Sunday, when Mr. Bashara went after her. Mrs. Frank Redlnger, of Des Moines, came last Week Tuesday for a few days with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Walter Ruhnke, Eldora, brother of Mrs. Charles Gable, visited here from last week Tuesday till Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ralston, West Union, and two children spent the week-end at A. E. Laurltzen's. The George Thompsons were at Mason City Saturday. They are now driving a new Chevrolet. Evelyn Anderson, Chicago, came Sunday to visit her parents. She Is a telephone operator there. Mrs, P. W. Reece and Lumetta and Claude and Mrs, , Ml 's. 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