Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA SPECIAL Entertainment SATURDAY NIGHT i 5s= s= SSSE ^= = IV 1th local music, at Cooks Beer Garden IV e ivill serve Spring Fried Chicken Barbequed Ribs Sandwiches WHERE EVERYONE GOES FOR A GOOD TIME! St. Joe, St. Benedict Teams in Tangle CARDINALS IN I Fourth Free Attraction JENS RUBERG EIGHTH FRAME STAGE RALLY St. Joe. June 5—Going into the eighth inning trailing by two points the St. Joe Cardinals ope.ned fire, and pushed seven runs across the plate to beat St, Benedict by a score of 12-7 Sunday. St. Benedict took a 6-2 lead in the first two innings, but thereafter was kept well under control, except in the eighth inning when the bases were loaded with none out. A. Klein was then rushed into the box and left all three runners stranded. Peter Becker made a beautiful catch of a line drive, which helped cut the" rally short. St. Benedict made a desperate attempt to stop the Cardinal rally by sending Lichter, ace right hand- er, of Bancroft, to the box, but he fared no better. The battery for St. Joe was Wagner and Gleim, pitching and E. Thul, catching. Dawson and Lich- jter pitched for St. Benedict, and Erickson caught. Umpires were John B. Reding and Fred Erickson. Next Sunday the fast Bode nine will clash with the Cardinals on the local diamond. T Hot weather is on. Take no chances, and replace the worn out tires. 450-21 $7.75 475-19 $8.20 525-18 $10.00 30x5 truck, 8 ply _$17.80 32x6 truck, 10 ply $30.30 GOODRICH TIRES 440-21 $4.45 475-19 $5.20 450-20 $4.70 525-18 $6.20 450-21 $4.90 525-21 $6.80 Buy now, while the prices are low. We certainly have a nice fresh stock of tires to choose from. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 School Program is Given— A program was presented at the close of school a week ago Monday evennig by the parochial school children. Several group numbers were given, and special numbers were presented by Alvin and Clarence Erpelding, Arthur Plathe, Bertha Thul, Emilia Erpelding. The Rev. Father Theobald conferred the honors, and the Rev. E • J. Jungblut, of Danbury, a former i St. Joe pastor, delivered the address to the graduates. Fifteen pupils received eighth grade diplomas: Celestine and Rita Marso, Bernadine Hilbert Frances Germann, St. Benedict, Wed to Frank Bonder Weary? Enjoy "Fresh from the Gardens" sot "^^^^^^••^•••••^MB Big Furniture Auction! SATURDAY, JUNE 9th 1:30 p. m. NAUDAIN BUILDING, NEAR KENT GARAGE This is by far the largest consignment to be sold in months. Far too large to itemize. Among other things in this sale are unclaimed freight- merchandise consisting of eight packing cases of dishes, clothing etc. Furniture consisting of oak and walnut dining room suites over-stuffed davenports, breakfast sets, drop leaf tables a number of good ice boxes ranging from 50 to 100 Ibs., chaiis radios, rugs, chest of drawers, shop tools Bring in your live stock or anything you have to sell. Attend this large auction. Auctioneers, C. O. Riddle L. II. DOCKHORN, Des Moines. We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods INSURANCE Automobile Liability and Collision Insurance. Iowa Motor Road Service Included. Long Haul Truckera and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Permit Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at tlie Very Lowest Rates Consistent With EeliaMe Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans—Real Estate—Rentals—Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCV Pllone 55 C. R. La Barre Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bk. ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^**^^^^^^*''^^^''*^BBBBMHBHP''^^MBBB'^HB Pay Your Advance Subscription Now er, Mildred Lentsch, Laurine Bormann, Irvin Weydert, Andrew Gisch, Thomas Wagner, John Devine, Clarence Bormann, Bernard Lenertz, Raymond Ziemet and Richard Thul. Ninth grade diplomas went to Gertrude Ziemet, Adeline Kramer, Alfred Bormann, Arthur Plathe, John Wiltgen, Alvin Erpelding and Clarence Erpeldiug. Young Couple is Married— At 7:30 a week ago Tuesday morning, Mathias, son of Mrs. Frank Weydert, of St. Joe, was married to Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fisch, of St. Benedict, at the St. Benedict Catholic church, the Rev. Father Kramer reading the nuptial mass. The day was also the bridegroom's birthday. The bride was dressed in a white satin and lace dress and wore a veil and matching accessories. She carried a bouquet of roses and was attended by her sister Marcella, who wore a pink silk crepe dress and white accessories. She carried a bouquet of carnations. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Tony, a 1 both wore dark suits. A reception was given the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents follow ing the ceremony. A dance was given by the newlyweds at the floral hall, Algona, the saine evening. An Algona orchestra furnished the music. The newlyweds will make their home on the Weydert farm northwest of St. Joe. Shower Honors Bride— A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon in the St. Joseph hall honoring Mary Fisch Weydert. The afternoon was spent at cards. There were four tables of bridge, at which Irene Gelsheck- er won high score. There were 18 tables of "500", and Mrs. John Bormann won high score. Eva Erpelding won the door prize. The bride received many gifts. Fresh strawberry sherbet and cake were served by the hostesses. Attend Graduation Exercises- Mr, and Mrs. Nick Thtlges, accompanied by Florence Hilbert and Emma and Thomas Becker, drove to Sioux City Sunday morning to attend graduation exercises at Trinity college for Nicholas Becker. They planned to visit the Rev. Father Frances Illg at Granville on the way there, Girl's Eyelid is Torn- Helen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Becker, ran into a barbed wire fence while playing one day last week and cut a gash in one eyelid. It was necessary to . in poor health a long time. Sunday a telegram announced that Mr. Groh had died also. Both were aged. The Grohs once lived here on a farm west of the village. They leave a daughter, Mrs. Mae Stuub, who had lived with them since the take three wounds. stitches to close the Father Becker Takes Parish— The Rev. Father Luke Becker, 0. S. B., Conception, Mo., came last week Wednesday and has charge of the parish during the absence of the Rev. Father Theobald. Pastor on Fishing Jaunt— The Rev. George Theobald left last week Wednesday for northern Minnesota to spend a week or so fishing. Kittenbull Team to Ball— McNeill's Champlin kittenball .earn will play the Bode team this Thursday evening at Bode. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrman and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner spent last week Thursday fish- ng at Lost Island. Eugene Thul, laymond and Laurence Becker, Jenry Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and Laurence Bormann were also there. John Thul, of St. Joe, accompan- ed by Harry Zigrang, Chas. Jrown, Roy Blumer and George Davis, of Livennore, drove to Lau- •ens last week Tuesday afternoon St. Benedict, June 6—Mrs. Eva Germann announces the marriage of her daughter Frances to Frank Bondor, Algona, Saturday at Des Moines. After June 15 they will live at Mountain View, Calif. The Frank Bonders and the Clyde Conners, Des Moines, spent Sunday with Mrs. Germann. St. Benedict Loses Twice— A ball game was played on Memorial day at Wesley between Wesley and St. Benedict, and was won by Wesley. St. Joe and St. Benedict played Sunday at St. Joe, and the score was 12-7 in favor of St. Joe. Attend St. Joe Shower— A number of women here attended a shower for Mrs. Michael Weydert at the St. Joe hall Sunday afternoon. She was formerly Mary Fisch, of this vicinity. Other St, Benedict News. Mrs. Nick Groh, Le Mars, died last week Wednesday. She had been death of her husband. Word was received last week Ml • 9 \0 0 ft ^ ^ •• • • ^ FUNERAL HELD AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, June G—Funeral ser vices for Jons Ruberg, who com milted suicide last week Wednes day, were held nt the home Fridaj afternoon, with the Rev. S. U. Lcin bach, Belmond, in charge. The bl ographical sketch follows: Jen Peter Ruberg was born In Hjor ring, Denmark, November 2, 1869 and died at Lu Verne May 30. H grew to manhood in Denmark, am was married June 10, 18!)4, to Anne Christofferson, of that place. Afte eight years they came to America settling at-Hardy, Neb. In 191 they moved to Canada, coming t Lu Verne in 1923 and living for ten years on the Jesse Willey farm northwest of town. In March, be cause of Mrs. Ruberg's poor health they moved to town. Besides th wife, five children survive: Chris Peter, Anna, Mrs. Mable Holmes and Cora, all of Lu Verne. Mr. am Mrs. Eli Eager and Elmer, of Au dubon, attended the funeral Friday Grnndy Center Teachers Here- Ruth and Sue Dodds, teachers a Wednesdav of the death of Mrs. Kuth ™<* Su 6 Dodds, teachers a Mary Ferstl, Beaver Dam, Wis. She Grundy Center, were guests las „ _,..',_ ,„... „« ,!,„ !„.« week at the Sunt. Alex C. Evan was a sister-in-law of the late ^ek at the Supt. Alex C Evan George Ferstl, also of Jos. Ferstl, h ° me ; Sue 1Do ? ds '^ English in Mrs. Martin Rahm, and Mrs. C. M. struotor. and she had four in he Immerfall. Her husband, Xavier Ferstl, died some years ago. The Albert Germans, Blue Earth, spent Sunday at Nick Arndorfer's, and on going home they were accompanied by Betty Arndorfer, sister of Mrs. Germann, who will spend the summer there. Mrs. Joseph Hanig, of Ackley, 12th English class who qualifiec for the English correctness tests a Iowa City, their scores running from 173 to 177. The girl with th score of 177 had the highest scor in the state. Several students in her other classes also qualified, Shower for 3frs. Morrison- Mrs. Herbert Smith entertained and her two children arrived Sat- c Mrs i Herbert Smith entertained urday evening for a week with the Saturday afternoon at a miscellan- urday evening for a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Arndorfer, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Erde- wyk, Breda, spent Sunday and Monday here. Mr. Van Erdewyk was once county superintendent of schools in Kossuth. Mrs. Jule Seller and Mrs. J. 0. . . . . Downs spent Monday forenoon with Mrs. Charles Downs, Wesley, who hasn't been in good health lately. Christine Eisenbarth, who had been employed two months at Downs, Kans., got home Saturday. Friday evening for girl and friends. LOTTS GREEK SCHOOL PARTY NEXUUNDAY Lotts Creek, June 6—A Lutheran school picnic will be held next Sunday on the picnic grounds in the Herman Hintz grove, and the following program has been arranged: America Schoo Tale of the Alphabet Gertrude Kucker Vacation Song School Evening Chores ..Victor Faulstich Das Lied • Quartel Rain Bernice Haase Hunter and Rabbit School 'Fraid Cat Paul Fuerstenau Comes a Birdie School Mother's Day .... Ruth Miene Evening Chain Quartet If Gerald Radig Hop, Hop, Hop School Corn-Hog Rhapsody b at roll call, and Mrs. Adam Zweifel read a paper prepared by Mrs. Austin Burtis on Usefulness of Poetry Plans were made for a picnic at m the eighth, and the game there- the Ambrose A. Call park June 15 fore resulted 7-2 in favor of the CM * „—TV. irrlo S»'«<»ver for Mrs. Erickson— A miscellaneous shower was given last week Tuesday for the for- visitors. follows: Mittag, A summary of the game Two-base hits, Butler, Kramer; three-base hit, o attend a demonstration Farmall tractors. of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Germann, of 'ilot Grove, Minn., and Mrs. 3enny Kurth and daughter Joyce, 31ue Earth, spent last week Wednesday at Wm. Reding's, Genevieve Gisch returned home a •eek ago Sunday after spending he school year at Danbury. Robert Leininger Grandfather's Clock School Equality Edgar Schmiel Swanee River Quartet You Bet Your Life Dorothy Wichtendahl June Brings Roses School Poetic Injustice .Georgetta Bannic My Dog Wilbert Ruhnke Uttle Colt Arline Kohlwes Pony Ride Song by School The Mule Everett Mittag The Mill Quartet That Cozy Feeling.Lorna Faulstich Housewife Viola Luedtke B'ox and Goose Song by Schoo] Taking Possession . Reuben Fuerstenau 'Jp in a Lofty Tree.Song by School 3arden Rain Doloris Potratz Candy Bar Tree ...Hermit Kucker Old Oaken Bucket Quartet Wearing Phyllis Gengler Dutgrowing Robert Fuerstenau Lovely Evening Song by School Concessions of various kinds will 36 on the grounds. The program aegins at 2 o'clock and the public is invited. Lotts Creek Wins, Loses— The Lotts Creek ball team played Whittemore last week Wednesday on the latter's diamond, and won, 7-2. Gross and Wichtendahl were the battery for Lotts Creek; Juinn and Kenne for Whittemore, "Jellis substituting in the eighth nniug for Quinn. Gross struck out .7 men, Quinn 5, and Nellis one. ['wo-base hits were obtained by F. ish, Kenne, E. Wichtendahl, .uedtke, and R .Gross; a three- base hit by B. Fish; a home run by ~!Jmer Pijahn. Bases on balls off Jross numbered four; off Quinn, one. F. Fish was hit by a. pitched ball by Gross. Hits off Quiun were line in seven innings, and off Nelis, seven in two innings; hits off Gross, 7. The game was exciting from start to finish, with no scores on either side till the seventh, inning, when Lotts Creek made three and Whittemore two. Lotts Creek obtained one more in the eighth and three in the ninth, while Whittemore was held at two. Feiiton M'iiis; Score 1-0— Lotts Creek played Fenton on the local diamond Sunday afternoon Fritz Fish, Whittemore. Edward Butler, and Carol Wander, the last two from Algona, were on the Fenton line-up. Lotts Creek held the Fenton team down to a 1-0 score in favor of Feuton till the eighth inning, when Fenton ran home four scores, with two more in the ninth Lotts Creek got only two scores' from the visitors, both, were made baby, Dale Eugene, who died week Monday, after a month's .»>.i.*bi,u & , AVI time! , Llll cc-UilSc lilt ^ ».»*w AW* Fritz Meyer; struck out by Gross mer Helen Radii, whose marriage 11, and by Kucker, 6- bases on to Eric Erickson by Justice White balls off Gross, 5, and off Kuck- at A1 S° n a took place May 30. Mrs. er, 2. Emu Anderson and Mrs. Thos. Shealers Lose Babe- Relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shealer, Lotts Creek, attended the funeral last week Wednesday _of their 15 months last .sickness. Dale Eugene was born February 7, 1933. The funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore, with the Rev Walter Discher in charge, and interment was made in the Lutheran cemetery southeast of that town. German Band Gives Program— The band and a double quartet gave a program Friday evening at the schoolhouse, and there was a good attendance. The band is known as the Little German Band, and the members wore beards, Alvin gave mustaches, and the like. Ruhnke and August Meyer 6 av« readings on the election, one running for governor, the other for supervisor. Three Girls Here Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. William Schmiel attended graduating exercises of the Algona high school last week Tuesday evening. Their twin daughters, Esther and Ruth, were members of the graduating class and Ada Fiene was also a member. Other Lotts Creek. The Richard Potratz family visited last week Monday evening at Mr. and Mrs Albert Behnke's. Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Behnke had returned the day before from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they had spent a few months with their son Fred, manager of a J. C. Penny Co store, and both entered a hospital for medical treatment „ H r M and Mrs> Adolf Pertl and Mr and Mrs. John Kohlwes have returned from Iowa City and Wil- Immsburg, where they visited relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs They also visited Mary ^ is a Patient at hospital, near Iowa Fenton Abandons 171 L \\r ^ ler Ule nda, a rlat Water Rate I5lllfor< Jviiie, Fentou, Jun7 5-The town council held a special meeting one ?™!] ast _«* and deciaed°on the flat The new water meters instead of rate system now in use. rates will be -$4.50 for the f m 8,000 gallons, 40c for the next 1 00 0 gallons, all 30c a thousand gallons Themini ^n 1 Iharge a year. The flat rate was $9 a year. The town will buy meters and sel! to users at oSt Dr. Jauies Mueller eous shower in honor of Mrs. Opa Morrison. Eighteen ladles were present, and Mrs. Morrison was the recepient of many gifts. Several guessing contests were played by way of entertainment, and each woman gave her a favorite recipe Mrs. Morrison has made her home with the Smiths three years. Progressive Club Ends Tear- Mrs. F. I. Chapman was hostess to the Progressive club Friday afternoon, when the final program of the club year was given. Original uwus, i\ans., got nome Saturday. ~.«« jv-ivi .,u.o b ivcu. v/nemui Mary Frances gave a lawn party l )oems on various topics were given I'iHnv n-iraniTitr F n *. r^!,.l „ - J 1 at I'Oll Call, and Ml'R. AflnTTI ^WPifpl --- ------ Walter Hunt were assisting hostesses. The afternoon was spent socially, and lunch was served. Sixteen women attended. Richard Nivor Wins Praise— Richarll Niver's clarinet solo was judged superior in the national music contest at Des Moines last Thursday. There were 47 in his class, and ten played the same selection he did. This contest took place in the First Methodist church. Irene Swenson was his accompanist. Cemetery Association to Meet— The June meeting of the Cemetery association has been set for next Saturday to avoid confliction with a meeting of the state association. This is the annual meeting, and it will be held at the home of Mrs. D. Voss. Teaches in Snmmer School— Erwin Koch left Monday for Hubbard, where he will teach summer school four weeks. The Rev. L. Wittenburg and his family took him down and went on to visit the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg's parents, who live at Watkins. Two in Academic Tests— Supt. and Mrs. A. M. Evans, William Chapman, and Earle Hanselman went to Iowa City Monday morning, the boys to take part in state academic tests, both writing m general science. Boffins I. S. T7c. Course— Elsie Hunt left Tuesday to take a course in normal training at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Helen Hefti also planned to go for the summer term. TonniHectomies Are Performed— Several tonsillectomies were performed Friday morning at Dr R L Corbin's office. Doctor Chase! Fort Dodge, performed them. Four Off for Fishing— C H. and J. L. Lichty, I. H. Benedict, and John Voss left Tuesday > Other Lu Verne News. Ed Johnson, Orient, S. D., daugh **O in TV. ^iuu mey- s i he Johnsons, who have lived in South Dakota 11 years were on their way to Burfordville to secure " wmh will be health officer. was appointed •4- Magnusson Family Has Get-Together Irvington, June 6— The Magnus- , — son family reunion was held last week Wednesday at ttaAmtaX A. Call state park, and attending were Mrs. Stearns and Elva Olson Milwaukee, Wm. Leigh, Amboy! Minn., the son Robert, the Henrv Lunda. Mrs. Charles Magnusson daughter Louise, the Myron Lud wigs, and John Magnusson, all of Algona, the Roy Butterfields, near Burt, and the Simeon Lelgbs of cattle mi cure c f.e£i^ DC S an0t »~- iiHHSHH ^Parents, Mr. and Mrs. AD J. h l. f! ?, al ™ eetin S °f the class club was held a picnic on the ..,— —•• David Lang's at Mr, 1° U !? r V ewels wil1 meet Mrs. rnrr. B Coleman retumed awn £ayssrS«£ ^~^^s- of There must be a portrait of the bride. Arrange now for the photographic record of this happiest of all occasions. Make the appointment Today L. I. WAY PHOTOGRAPHER Phone 181 Algona > r'0 MOTOR TEST With our instruments we CQ| show you the thiev that have been steal! ing your power an wasting your ollij a Helberg's Garage West of Courthouse Phone 41 — A i gona Used Car BARGAINS For This Week 1927 Willys Knight Sedan 1926 Oldsmobile Coach 1929 Ford Tudor 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Ford Tudor ____ 1933 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Coach KENT MOTOR Phono 434 AUTHOBIZED Algona, Ion "Serylce— —Salei JUNE BRIDE! TAKE NOTIC1 Complete We pointX 4 with pride to this mark on our TTJ ^^ ^y RUGS! KOOJ t's the trade-mark of the oldest ^"^ J, C* \ md largest maker ,of rugs in fl p 11 f ¥1 I America. 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