Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA 30 ROUNDS BOXING - WRESTLING CATCH AS CATCH CAN TEXAS ItULES THURSDAY, MAY 24,1,0,0, F, HALL, ALGONA BOOKS OPES 7:15 BOUTS START 8:15 j»oxm»—3ruy GO—s KOUXDS Louis AVildin, Alcorm, 110 Ibs., TS. Sailor Thnnigar, Sioux City, 13S His,, former lightweight champ of Jfavy." IVllKSTUXC;—Itrst Two Out of Three Falls,! Hour Time Limit Sick Olson. 155 !!>.«., Hiimlwldt TS. Hud Hnlc, 115 Ibs., Fort Dodge Tpxns Hules. SKMI AVIXDrr' Kenneth IFaviliind 115 Ibs., Hnmboldt, TS. Charles Hnu'hes 115 Ibs., Altrona. c, itorxDs PKKLIMIXAKIES Gordon AVorster 137 Ibs., Alu'onn, vs. Wild Hoar 150 Ibs., Humboldt. t HOODS Wendell .Tergenson 135 Ibs., Algonn, vs. I!ud Munson 135 Ibs., West Itend. 4 KOL'.YDS Dean Jergenson 92 Ibs., Algona, TS. Young Olson 92 Ibs- Alcana. 4 KOL'SDS Eddie Johnson SS Ibs., Algonn, TS. Arnold Peterson 90 Ibs., Al- ponn. 4ROrXDS Admission—31c plus tax; ringside, 39c plus tax. 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Teachers Secretly Wedded ANOTHER TO BE MARRIED NEXT MONTH Grant Township Graduates Five; Scholarships for Two Grant, May 22—The Grant township Consolidated school closed a week ago Friday for the summer | vacation. Class Day exercises t Swea City, May 22—Two secret : held in the ' " " i weddings of teachers here, arid an- ! a communit. other to come, and the departure of j baseball and "kittenball game.,. ; Supt. Parsons to practice law at | The Hon, Sherwood A. Clock of , ., , „-., , the i oca i i Hampton delivered the commence- school board and wives. Class Day Exercises. The senior class played an im- j WESLEY H, S, JUNIORS ARE SENIOR HOSTS :iass Day exercises were ! portant part in the Class Day ac- le morning, followed byltivities. Included on the program Wesley, May 22 ity picnic dinner, and a I were: Class president's speech, iol . banquet was g in'd kittenball games. Soren Pedersen; class history, na n Iast wec k We ' Marjorie Barger: prophecy, Marjorie Johnson; will, Helen Briggs; presentation of the -class colors Wesley, May 22—The junlor-sen- s given at the lodge Wednesday evening. A "violin" theme was worked out decorations and program. Dennis , president of the juniors, Algona, have decimated ment address, Mistakes, the . i teaching force. ,U l>l C ^.^0-i.vi.m".. «. ,.-- ^ - , ijium.tM^;, jii c»IUV at the i to the eighth grade, Marjorie Bar-L vas toastmaster Viola Helgason revealed a week ; coding Thursday evening, The class motto being olin of Life We Play the Chords Success, the menu and program theran pastor, the Rev. Mr. , books were in the shape of a vio ineran pastor, tne uev. Mr. Jbitt-1 Marjorie u. jonnson, ana soren izeiismp iiiuuius iy ouici. * v,.^ |books were in the shape of a vio- dorf. An announcement party was ! J. Pedersen. The class motto was, j sen and Helen Briggs for having | lin> an(J thcy a , go serve( i as p i acc held at the couple's new home here, i Launched but not anchored; the j been selected as the boy and Sin| cal . ds The co ] ors being red and Mrs Tilnmstor io a Haiicriitn^ of ! flower, nink cnrnntion: and the of the senior class who most near- | w jj]j e eac b o [ six tables had a L y /«S!', c l!"™"L e ., S Fi n ,L 0f fn?i' n «: bouquet of red roses and a pair of held at the couple's new home here, i ijauiiv^u^u UUL nui, au^u Mrs. Blomster is a daughter of j f lower, pink carnation; the late Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Helga- colors, yellow and white. . . . son, Armstrong. Her father, who once farmed in Seneca township, ('"eld at the was a member of the legislature Swea City J from Emmet county, and she is a graduate of the State Teachers col- Baccaleaureate services were at the Methodist church in I | lego at Cedar Falls, four years she has fourth grade here. For the last taught the Virgil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Blomster, and was Swea City reared. After graduation from the local high school he learned the trade of jewelryman and worked for a while in partnership wit | his brother Oliver in the drug busi ness. Two years ago he entered the grocery business here and hai done well. The couple are at home in room; over the grocery store. Janice Williams announced at a shower last week Monday night that she had been married since October 31, 1931, to William E Wiemer, Ledyard. The marriage itook place at Dakota City, Neb The bride, who hails from Van Metre, has been principal of the Swea City high school during the last year. Mr. Wiemer is associated with his father, L. W. Wiemer in the State bank at Ledyard where the couple will live. The teachers gave a shower last week Tuesday night at Mrs. Walter Smith's for Barbara Wylam, sixth grade teacher, whose marriage to Verna Engstrum, Mason City, will take place soon. Miss Wylam's | home is at Hawkeye. She has i taught the sixth grade here four years. Henry Hoeck, 72, Dies- Henry Hoeck, familiar figure on the streets of Swea City and a long-time resident of this community, died at his home last Thursday morning, after many months of suffering. He was born in Hessen, Germany, July 21, 1862, and was past 71. When he was 25 he came to the United States, locating at Atkins, Iowa, where he was farm hand. He was married to Ellen Beitz, February 27, 1892, and they located in Kossuth. Eight children were born, but two, Helen, who died in 1919, and Emma, who died in 1930, are dead. Mr. Hoeck is survived by'his widow, three sons, Harvey and Elmer, Armstrong, and Henry Jr., at home, and three daughters, Mrs. A. T. Paulsen, of - ._ ._.. __._, 6th, with the Dr. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, speaking on, Longer Ropes and Stronger Stakes. Juniors Entertain Seniors . The junior class entertained the senior class at the annual junior- senior banquet at the schoolhouse S.; "G" monograms to the following students for "having more than 50 points earned in extra-curricular activities: Soren Pedersen, 109'/j, Donald Barger, 108, Norman Boever 89, Lemuel Read, 82, George Patterson SO, Donald Mayne «S Arnold Boever 63, Bernard Kelley 5!s, Charles Curtis, 53, Ruben Pederson 51; Helen Briggs SO, ' "' 66, Marjorie Bar- Patterson . May *th. The dinner >was prepar- MiurJone ed by the mothers of the members *« S of the junior class with Mrs. W. C. I ?. lleen , 5o ' and Mar S aret Nelson in charge. The menu was! Fruit cocktail, chicken en -loaf, peas et carrots, riced potatoes, junior salad, rolls, coffee, and sen- toast program Donald Mayne, ior dessert. The following was given with. ., iu ,,^, president of the Junior class as toastmaster: Welcome, Bernard Kelley; response, Marjorie Barger: Windmill, Violet Selberg; Arms, R. U. Skarshaug; Grain, Oharlea Curtis; Miller, W. C. Engstrom; Wind, Supt. C. W. Hamand; and Grist, Helen Briggs. T3ie music program was: solo, Little Dutch Mill, Marjorie Williams, clarinet •solo, selected, Sidney Wilcox; and Dutch Dance Doris Briggs and Ardis Anderson. The decorations were in blue and white, carrying out the idea of the Dutch windmill. Guests were the junior and senior classes, the faculty, and the members of tJhe Scholarships Awarded. Waldorf scholarships went to Soren Pedersen and Helen Briggs! for being the boy and girl of the senior class wfao attained the. highest scholastic records during their high school work. Diplomas were given to six students graduating from the eighth grade departments, Dorothy Colwell, Wilma Spek'her, James Mayne, Gerald Isenberg, John Steen- ihardt, and Wallace Speicher. Other Grant News. Margaret Wolcott left Tuesday for her home at Petruot, Minn, after finishing 'her school work. Mary Ellen McDonald has gone to her home at Ledyard. The Grant Aid met with Mrs. Eli Anderson last week Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Wm. Speidi- er assistant hostess. Tuesday evening. They were accompanied by Mr. Martini's father, Cylinder, and Walter Rabe, West Bend. They will attend a national oil men's convention. , Armstrong, Mrs. Jos. Goff, Hawkeye, and Alice, at home. There is also a stepdaughter, Mrs. John Schueler, Bancroft, and there are 17 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Friday by the Rev. G. R. McDowell, and burial was made in the Harrison cemetery. ., Staff is Chosen— The Swea City teaching staff for the coming year consists of: superintendent, A. H. Schuler; high school principal and English, Gladys Buerkins, Pella; mathematics, Vivian Strand, Manly; music and commercial, Frances Dahl, Swea City; band and orchestra, Earl Josten, Estherville; athletics and manual training, Harold Pohlman, Bancroft; eighth grade, Lola Wylam, Hawkeye; seventh, Ruth Kinseth, Bode; sixth, Theodora Hovey, Swea City; fifth, Mrs. Jennie McC'rary, Swea City; fourth, Bernice Swensen, Decorah, who has been teaching at Lu Verne; third, Oma D. Huff, Armstrong; second, Lillie Nelson, Ruthven; first, Melinda Kanne, Baxter. W. C. T. U. Meets at Lalcota— The local W. C. T. U. unit was entertained last week Tuesday by Mrs. Sam Warburton at Lakota, and attending were Mrs. G. R. McDowell, Mrs. J. J. Anderson, Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. August Peterson, Mrs. F. J. Thomson, Mrs. Moats, Mrs. W. O. Nelson, Mrs. <esler, Mrs. Hewett, and Mrs. J. M. Dye. Mrs. Moats presented Mrs. Warburton with a gift from the unit. Mrs. Warburton had been iresident 12 years. Mrs. Dye will finish out the year as president. Bakery in New Hands- Clarence Conlin, Armstrong, has eased the Swea City Bakery from ts owner, Paul Sayers, of New ^rague, Minn., succeeding C. M. Schrader, who had operated the business six months. The Schrad- ers have returned to Fairmont. The Conlins are a baking family, ive brothers being in the busl- less, three at Armstrong, one in Minnesota, and now one here. All have the reputation of turning out first-class goods. Twenty-five Seniors Graduated— Dr. E. A. Steiner, Grinnell, gave the commencement address here last Thursday night at the high school auditorium, and 25 seniors received diplomas. Other Swea City. School was out Friday, and there were picnics. The grades went to the park or to the country, near town, and the high school drove to Interlaken for supper and to skate WHITTEMORE PUPILS HOLD "SENIOR DAY" Whittemore, May 22—Senior day •as observed by the public high chool last Wednesday. The first ctivity was a picnic at noon. This vas followed by a program: Key resentation to the Juniors, Lydia leyer; acceptance,"john Mosbach; lass will, June Wehrspann; fun- ral of the seniors, by the Juniors. Scholarship awards were pre- ented to Edwin Mallory. and Al- „ , _,, era Behnke for outstanding work J5enllt y »lH>p Changes Hands— —- O ... u „,. lilc .o uu uring the year. Irene Heller was Opal Schroeder, of Ringsted, re- theater this week Monday evening, the only one having perfect at- centlv purchased the equipment of [" lle firs t Play, Rose of the Rileys, tendance for the whole year. I Gladys' Beauty Shop, and opened ;Usetl si x girls and three boys; the /-i , . ilisM*t*tm¥ilnn4-t»A n i. Tir^.,1 i _i_ RPPr\r>rT Tit« n t /"i,. • . . Birthday is Observed— Mary Catherine Rooney, daughter of Mrs. Irene Rooney, celebrated her 13th birthday Friday afternoon. Eighteen girls played games at the Academy park. Lunch was served. Sees Big League Game— L. H. Pertl spent four days last week as representative of the Fullerton Lumber Co. at Peoria and Chicago. While in Chicago he saw the Cubs and Philadelphia play ball. white candles tied with red cellophane bows. An octette of juniors sang a welcome song. Eight persons sat at each table. The class history was called the "prelude," and was given by Maxine Wolf; the class will, given by Thecla Eisenbacher, was called "harmony"; the class prophecy, called Chords of Success, was given by June Hudson. Supt. Rowley gave a toast, Stradivarous. The Juniors' mothers and the freshman H. E. girls served. A small favor was given to each senior and guest, a farewell song was sung, and the party then attended the theater at Algona. Graduates are Thecla C. Eisenbacher, Rita E. Sherman, June M. Hudson, Ethel M. Braley, Frances A. Kunz, Cecelia L. Otis, Marie K. Reno, Maxine Wolf, Bernice A. DeBoer, Edna May Carlson, Harold E. Lloyd, Donald H. Kraus, Bernard W. Erdman, Marvin J. Siemer, Richard T. Kent, Urban H. Richter, Erwin J. Haynes, Bernard A. Hauptmann, Evroul J. Loebig, Joseph A. Ormsby. Wilbur Fisher and nine friends fished at Spirit Lake Saturday and caught the limit. McXulty Brother-in-Law Dies— The Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty received word last week Monday that W. S. Clutter, Farnhamville, husband of Mrs. McNulty's sister, had died last week Sunday evening, and they left early next morning, to be with Mrs. Clutter till after the funeral. Mr. Clutter, who was nearly 69, had been sick less than a week with flu and double pneumonia. H. S. Boys Lose to Burt— The high school baseball boys lost to Burt here Friday. This was the final game of the year. In the regular schedule our boys won seven out of 11 games. Letters « r ere given out at assembly Friday ifternoon, and Coach Willert gave a talk on school and team spirit nnd its effect on after life. St. Joseph Pupils Give Plays- Pupils of St. Joseph's school rave a three-act play and a one- act comedy for girls at the Bell Commencement exercises were' 11 , 01 " snop last week Wednesday at held at the Academy hall at 8 o'clock Thursday evening. Seniors are Leo Dogotch, Lydia Meyer, Edwin Mallory, and George Taylor ..—. ..,»*** wi j, cvuu VJCU1&0 iitVlUl. l,,,,f n O *« +l,« T1 it- » The speaker was the Rev. Robert 1 ^ ? l ° ., EmmetsDUr e base- J. Hoerner, of Algona. Edwin Mnl. *?" tea . m Sunda y ° n th * Cylinder J. Hoerner, of Algona. Edwin Mallory gave the valedictory and Lydia Meyer the salutatory. Algona Club Has Benefit— St. Thomas' Guild of the Episcopal church, Algona, held two benefit bridge parties at H. E. Woodward's Wednesday- afternoon and evening. Nine tables of bridge were played. Prizes in the afternoon were won by Mrs. Tim O'Brien, high, Mrs. L. D. Nemmers, Bancroft, low. A prize to the lady holding the most hands without a face card went to Mrs. Al Fuchs, of Bancroft. Prizes for the evening were won by Mrs. H. V. Hull and J. Fraser, high; Mrs. Joe Bloom and J. McDowell, low; Mrs. C. H. Williams and Albert Granzow, cut. A delicious two-course luncheon was served both in the afternoon and evening. Teachers Go Home for Summer— Leona Burke, of Cedar Rapids and William and Edward Emanuel Norway, Iowa, came for Verna C Emanuel Friday. She taught in the public school the past season. They were accompanied by Florence B Lynch, who also taught here. Miss Emanuel will teach here again next year, but Miss Lynch will attend Hamilton college, Mason City, in Juno. Laura Braatz at Home— Mr. and Mrs. Louis daughter Ruth, and Mrs. the same location, Juniors Lose to Emmetsburg— The Whittemore baseball team 9-8 to the Emmetsburg base- diamond. Braatz, Werner - , — «** Aiiio. irveiiier Braatz were at Fort Dodge Saturday They were accompanied home ny Laura, daughter of the Louis Braatzes, who attends the Iowa school for the deaf at Council Bluffs. Laura is taking up beauty culture and is working in a bookbinding shop. Picnic Dinner at Lost Island— A birthday picnic dinner state at the rink. Elna Berg has signed to teach music in the Haifa schools next year. At present she is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Berg, Minneapolis. Mrs. Wm. Evans, Elbert Lea, and her son Kenneth are spending the week with Mrs. Cora Hutchinson and the William Evans Sr. family. A meeting of Fisher post was to )e held this week Monday night to complete arrangements for this *w8aKe- 'ear's Memorial day program. man left for Tulsa, Okla., last week f i--~..n_. V4tlXiiCl" ^V&S held at Lost Island state park Sunday in honor of Lewis Elbert kmmetsburg. Present were- the Leo Walters, Minnie Elbert, Mr and Mrs. Earl Elbert, Whittemore;' Richard Vaughn, the Ralph George, and James Elberts, all of Algona; and the Lev 3 Elberts Emmetsburg, Boy's Hand is Injured- Stanley Fandel, small son of the Ralph Fandels, last week Tuesday caught his fingers in the washing machine wringer while his mother was in another room. His thumb was pulled back from the fingers and the flesh torn badly between the thumb and forefinger . Attend Burt Mission Festival- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Lehman accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. W. H Discher to the Burt Lutheran Mission festival Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lehman remained for a week with her daughters, Mrs. Pete Kollasch and Mrs. Julius Baas, Burt. Attend Oklahoma Convention— Gene Martini Girl for Everett Frosts— A girl, the first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Frost Sunday afternoon. Other Whittemore. Dinner guests at Emil Bierstedt's, Lone Rock, were the August Gades, West Bend, parents of Mrs. Bierstedt, the Hugo Faul- stiches, Lotts Creek, Wm. Roebers, Wm. Meyers, and the Herman Meyers. The latter four women are sisters of Mrs. Bierstedt. Sunday dinner guests at M W Fandel's were the Roy Schiltzes of Bancroft; Nerbert Hilberts, Corwith; Arnold Elberts, Algona; Wm Beschs Jr.; Roman Eisenbachers- and Arnold Hilbert, Whittemore : and Lorraine Combes, Cylinder The George Maahs family 'and Lillian Kuecker drove to Ames Saturday to visit the Erwin Kueck- ers. They returned Monday Mrs Maahs and Lillian are sisters of Mr. Kuecker. Maxine and baby sister, daughters of Jim Bisenius, while er route to town one day last week fell out of the car while it was go- T>_..,_-_. . g cratcneg Sunday guests at Simon Weber's <3!™n We ™ x he Pete WevQ erts and Simon Webers Sr., and the Joe Sikoras, Rodman, Mike Wagners &"£!?.! "? d , C «» ^ertzes, St g Joe. second, Fun at Camp, ten girls Rhythm and folk dances were given between acts. To Observe Memorial Sunday- Memorial Sunday will be observed at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The Rev. Mr McNulty will deliver an appropriate sermon, and the choir will render special music. St. Joseph's Church Scrubbed— The women of St. Joseph's par- sh will hold a scrubbing-bee at the church this week Tuesday A luncheon will' be First Communion is Planned— First and solemn communion for ,° a 88 ° f chiluren will take a , S o Jose P'i's church at next Sunday morning. Whittemore Hall Nine Loses— The Whittemore and Wesley ball Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury drove to Carroll last week Sunday to visit Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and Clara, also Mr. and Mrs. Wil- s, 32 Children at Communion- First Holy Communion was served to 32 children Sunday morn- Michael ' B Catho™c Mr. and Mrs. Will Walsh, of Col£, ViSiUng relatl ™° and , The y attended the funeral of Mrs. Walsh's father at Mankato! Mrs. Thomas Carmody visited her brother, Nick Goeders of Cyl ago. Sunday visitors ai at Pioneer. Mrs. Wechter niece of Mr. Elbert. is ot Mr. John Armstrong of DP n 0 ., UP the past week with the flu? . Frank Mathias and his Oleva, Big stone City, S. D sister cl " iat ™ S Mrs. George Marpee, WichiH gSBSSS i;5-»»S.a= ^arl Ahlers, New Ynrt ru" .-^ M ;fi ^ OF THE DAY WlLLu FOR YEARS IN A RUEI _ Beauty and reliability in a finebaguetteatalowprice ;«veryo n ,| fhere$ alifetim 0o , keeping to the i that's worthy of'i' richest gift give it. 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