Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1934
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TWO KOSSUTH COtJNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Nick Leners, Irvington Farmer, Passes at 66 Years Old DIES SUNDAY AT HOSPITAL; BURIED TODAY Irvington, June 19—Nick Leners, G6, died at the Kossuth hospital at 10 o'clock Sunday evening from a blood clot on one lung. Funeral services will be held at the Catholic church, Algona, this week Thursday morning, and burial will be made at the Algona Catholic cemetery. Mr. Leners had been in ill health for several years but had gone into a rapid decline since February. He had been suffering with rheumatism but after his removal to the {hospital a few days preceding his •death it was discovered that he had a cancer of the hip. Mr. Leners also suffered from severe hemorrhages several weeks ago, when he had his teeth extracted. Nicholas Leners was born in Heisdorf, Luxemburg, Germany, in 1868. When 21 years old he came to America, and after several years In Chicago came to West Bend. November 26, 1895, he was married to Lucy Hippert, of West Bend. The couple lived near West Bend for 19 years, then moved to Burt, where they farmed for six years. They then came to this vicinity and bought the farm where the Mike Leners family now lives. Five years ago they bought and moved to their present home just north of the Jewell Patterson farm. Besides his wife Mr. Leners is Survived by four children: Mrs. Seraphine Korleski, of Emmetsburg; Michael, of Irvington, Mrs. .Mary Korleski, of Curlew; and iSiizabeth, at home. He is also survived by three brothers and two sisters; Mrs. Eva Linster, of Evanston, 111.; George, and Mrs. Joe Reiter, both of Bancroft; and Nickola and Matthew, of Jlogers Park, 111. There are 11 grandchildren. Mr. Leners was known as one of the prominent farmers in this vicinity. While his health permitted he was a member of the K. C. lodge. Funeral services were delayed till Thursday for Illinois relatives who could not arrive sooner. Kewlyweds Are Guests- Guests at Martin Jordan's Saturday night and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Culbertson, bride and bridegroom. Mary E. Marlow and Glen Culbertson were married by the Rev. Mr. Mitchell at Burt Saturday. They were attended by Pauline and Dale Culbertson, sister and brother of the bridegroom. The bride was dressed in orchid Bilk with matching accessories. The bridesmaid wore pink silk The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Marlow, of Lone Rock, and has taught school for several years. The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbertson, who lived on the Mark Jones farm in this vicinity several years ago. The couple will make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbertson for the time being. Snrprise Reunion is Given— A surprise reunion took place at Mr. his Teachers Named by Grant Consolidated School Board Jake Maasdam's Sunday for 'Maasdam, who only expected .sister, Mrs. R. Jacobson, and family, of Rutland, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. Other guests were C. W. Thompson, Dakota City, brother-in-law, and four daughters and one grandson; Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Erickson, two sons and a daughter, of South Cresco; Mr and Mrs. Wm. Maasdam and son, of "Bradgate; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thorns and two children, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Coleman; Mrs. Allan Burbank Baughter Edna. The guests brought picnic lunches. Mrs. Erickson is also a sister of Mr. Maasdam anc Airs. Thorns. Church Program is Given— Taking special parts in a program at church Sunday morning were Joyce Bockes, Betty and Everett Sparks, Dick Riley, Phyllis Maxwell, Kenneth Asa, Bernadine Riley, Phyllis Asa, Rollan Thornton, Fred Hudson, Gail Wolf, Marvin Leigh, Paul Miller, Shirley Roney, Dorothy Leigh, Kenneth Bockes, Darrell Sparks, and Shirley Johnson. A special offering for Sunday school missions amounted to $12. Nebraska Still Has Drought— A recent letter from Mrs. Jud "Dutton, Broken Bow, Neb., sa they are still suffering from intense heat, dust storms, and drought. Mrs. Dutton's mother Mrs. Amos Stewart, who is making her home with them, is fairly well, but is suffering from the weather. Bertha, only daughter, is in Chaco, New Mexico, with the firm with whom she is employed. JBoys Return to Kansas — Vern Christ!, Donald Chapman, and Henry Scheppman Jr, left here for Macksville, Kans., last week Wednesday evening. They arrived after two nights on the road with no car trouble. They plan to Stay till after harvest and return for corn picking. Vern and Donald are Kansas boys, but have been employed respectively at Earl Miller's and Lou Matern's. StJiree Sick With Infection- Betty Mae Miller is under the doctor's care suffering from an ab- ecess. Herman Gies, at the home of his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Henry Cfies, is suffering from ulcers. Bob, Bon of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wood, is suffering from an infection. Hitchhikes to Wisconsin— Paul Hudson hitchhiked to Eau Clair, Wis., last week Tuesday to Visit his brother Fred. He started home Thursday and arrived here Friday forenoon, having walked only six miles. IRVINGTON" NEWS Bert Sankey and Arnold Saunders recently fished at Lost Island. "Evelyn Loss spent last week with ter grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Nick Decker, near Sexton. Minnie Scheppman and Gladys Bierstedt were Sunday visitors at Henry ficheppmau's. Dan Schulz and son Grant Twp., Jun. 19—Announcement lias 'been made of the Grant school faculty for the coining year. C. W. Hammond, superintendent; Dorothy 'Sedgwick, of Mt Pleasant, who was English and speech instructor last year, will be high school principal; Duane Stewart, of Bristow, high school music and social science; Francis Flanagan, of Williamsburg, athletic coach; Gladys Cobecn, Manly, grades 5 and 6 and grade school music; Hulda Clausen, of Dolliver, grades 3 and 4; and Evelyn Bork , of is a niece of Mrs. A. G, Farringtom and W. H. Barger. Bible School Opens Monday— The daily vacation Bible school will open at the Grant church nexb week Monday. 'Sessions will begin at 0 a. an. and close at 3:30 <p. in. The school will be Jield for one week. .Fairmont, grades 1 Nelson is custodian. and 2. W. C. Crowd Attends Y. P. Meeting- More ihan 50 attended the Ihi- mont'li'ly 7iieeting of the Young People's community organization at the Grant church Friday evening. Committees in charge were: .enitejrtainment, 'Ervin Kramers- inkier, Violet Selberg, and Helen W-alcott; refreshments, Soren Pecl- ersen, Mervin Kelly, and Alice Mayne. A permanent committee, Helen Briggs, Mervin Kelley, -and Alice Mayne, was appointed to arrange committes for each meeting. The next meeting will be at Gordon Westcott's July G. Twins for Leonard Minos — Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino last week Tuesday. They each weighed more than seven pounds, and 'have been named Marilyn Jean and Maribelle Jane. The Minos have two other children, Violet and 'Donald. Mrs. Mario Jacobs, Swea City cared for them last week, while Marjoriei Mino assists with -the 'housework. Gymnasium Election Thursday— An election on the question of voting $15,000 ibonds for an auditorium and gymnasium addition to the present school building has been called for by tihe school board of the Grant Twp. Cons, school for Thursday, June 21, after it had been petitioned by the voters. Girls' Club Officers Named— The girls' club elected officers at a meeting at Alice Mayne's Friday: Violet Selberg, president; Dorothy Colwell, vice; 'Wilma Speicher, secretary, and Ardis Anderson, historian. The club will meet at Violet 'Selberg's this Wednesday afternon. Twins for Max Rockwells — The Max Rockwells, of EaglO twp., have twins, a boy and a girl, born last week Tuesday. Mrs. Rockwell, formerly Evelyn Moore, 21 GASES NOTICED FOR TRIAL DURING THIS COJJRT TERM Cases noticed from trial at this term of court are: LAW. Dodson Fisher Co. vs. Andrew S. Elbert et al. EQUITY Anthony Schmitt vs. F. J. Balgeman et al. John Taylor vs. F. J. Balgeman et al. Moe & Sjogren vs. Morten Pedersen et al. John Byson et al vs. Ervln E. Castell et al. Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank vs. Johnson. John B. Gallagher, Rec., vs., M. H. McEnroe. Moore & Moore Inc. vs. Alex Eischen et al. Barbara Weiner vs. William Weiner et al. Met. Life Insurance Co. vs .Oscar Worlie et al. Kossuth County Agricultural association vs. George Dale. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. vs. John Dolan. Minnie Niver vs. E. P. Hanson et al. D. W. Bates, Rec., vs. Le Roy McConnell et al. John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. vs. Lark Reynolds et al. Metropolitan Life Insur. Co. vs. Mary A. Nemmers et al. Equitable Life Ass. Soc. vs. Ellis McWhorter. Equitable Life Assur. Soc. vs. Emmet W. Paetz. Equitable Life Assur. Soc. vs. M. H. Collins et al. Tena Ricklefs vs. Kate Axche et al. Metropolitan Life Assur. Co. vs. John Faber et al. Other Grant News. The H. L. Reads spent last week 'at Mason City with a daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Arndt. A small son of the Arndts, Jackie, (had undergone an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Ray Estle and ilver children, of Ledyard, and Mrs. Henry Mitchell and 'her children, of 'Lakota, visited at Delbert Hunt's and C. H. Chambers' last week Tuesday. Alma Junkti'meier accompanied a group of delegates from th'e Reformed church of Ledyard to iMonticello to a 'Sunday school convention last 'wek. Chester Farrington has returned Iliome for summer vacation from Ic\va City, where he 'has studied •a year on an engineering course at the university. A. iE. Lauritzen, of Ledyard, representing the Hamilton school of commerce at Mason City, was here Saturday interviewing prospective students. Peatl Corner has 'been employed •at Erick Johnson's, of Pilot Grove. Leona Patterson has been assisting at Harley Work's in Eagle Twp. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weller and their three children, of Curlew, were over-nig-ht guests of tlie Del- ,bert Hunts Monday. Mrs. Alfred Zielske .and Mrs. Effie Curtis will entertain the Grant Aid at the former's home next week Wednesday. Wayland Porter was the subject of an appendicitis operation at 'the Coleman 'hospital, Estherville, Saturday. Mrs.. John Hull 'left Thursday with a group of relatives from Fairmont for an extended visit in Chicago. 'C. I. Anderson, of Fort Dodge, and the Curtis Rlugers, r>f Swea City, visited at G. W. Anderson's Sunday. Alice Hunt arrived home from Omaha Monday for a two iweeks vacation with relatives. Sidney Payne is. 1 visiting his sister, Mrs. Sam Link, in Harrison township. The Grant Sunday school picnic will be 'held Friday at Hand's park. Stripling's, Lu Verne. Mrs. Harry Christenson will assist. Bert Sankey and J. C. Mawdsley attended a grain school in Algona last Thursday. A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Johnson Saturday morning. Darrell, of Goldfield, were callers at Rome Robison's. recent Doris Sankey visited a few days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Warmbier. Marguerite Loss, who works for Mrs. Emma Crouch, spent last week at home. The H. T. Sabins and Mrs. Stella Sabln were Sunday guests at F. D. Solomon's at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. George Hellar and grandson Donald are spending a week at Iowa Falls with relatives. Callers at J. A. Stacy's Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Fay Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Crammond, all of Cioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace and Mrs. Mary Smith, Algona, were also recent callers at Stacy's. Mr. Stacy went to school to Mrs, Smith when she taught in Algona. The Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the church. The devotional meeting will be in charge of Mrs. A. McLean. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. Roll call will be answered by missionary scripture quotations. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond, Swea City, both well known here, are patients at Rochester. Mrs. Hammond is recovering from a major operation and Ed is taking electrical treatments. Aid met last Thursday afternoon at the church annex. The afternoon was spent socially, and 21 were served by the hostesses, Mrs. McLean and Mrs. K. P. Roney. Mrs. H. T. Sabin, Mrs. V. J. Schichtl and Mrs. A. McLean sur- irised Mrs. M. L. Roney at her lome Friday in honor of her birthday. The Goodwill club will meet this Thursday afternoon at Mrs. J. Whittemore Lester Fuchsen and Meryle Clark were week-end business callers at Des Moines. The Ben Banwarts, West Bend, visited the Henry Laucks Sunday evening. Mrs. M. J. Conners, Milwaukee, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Timothy O'Brien. The Frank Farrells spent the week-end at Waterloo with the son Willis. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, of Burt, visited Sunday at R. A. Bartlett's. Ruth Balgeman spent last week at Arnold Will's, Davenport. , The Maurice Mallory baby has been sick. LEDYARD AID MEMBERS ARE S, UJUESre Ledyard, June 19—The Swea'City Methodist Aid entertained the local Methodist Aid and the Lakota, Titonka, Buffalo Center, Thompson, Armstrong, Grant, Eagle, and the other Aids of Swea City last week Wednesday. Each of the visiting towns furnished one number for the program, and Ledyard's was a cornet trio by James Logan, Tilmer Halvorson, and Kenneth Thompson, accompanied by Mrs. V, A. Barrett. Those who went from here were the Mesdames V. A. Barrett, Carl Burrows, N, A. Pingle, D. B. Mayer, Roy Link, L. C. Strand, Jack Welfare, Tice Brack, Geogre Thompson, and Blanche Jenks. Kngelbarts in Family Heunion— The annual Engelbart reunion was held Sunday at the state park at Boone. Those attending from here were: the L. A. Nitzes, Mrs. Mary Poppy, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and Luetta, the Christ Engelbarts, Laurence Maynes, and the Martin Engelbarts, Fred Logemann, . Lydia, Walter, Melvin, and Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus. They were surprised to see Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome, Beardstown, 111., who had driven 350 miles Saturday night. They came on up to Elmore to see his father Simon Blome, who has had several strokes and is in poor health. They returned Monday and next week he and his road crew go to Arkansas to work. Schultzes Going to Algona— A. P. Schultz, county road man out of Gerald for several years, was transferred to Algona last week Wednesday. The family will move there the first of July. They liave rented the house that the Kenneth Stephensons are now living in, and the latter are moving to Garner, where Kenneth Is manager of a "White Owl" store. Mrs. Stephenson is well known here as Helen Peterson, who taught In the grades here two years and directed the girls Glee club. New S. S. Teachers Chosen— A Sunday school meeting of the Methodist church was held at Mrs. Glen Yahnke's last week Tuesday night and some new teachers elect- Keith Inniger, of Chicago. She is cnown here as Zella Mae Soltow. Other Lcdynrd News. The Rev, F. O. Johnson, Lakota, was a supper guest of the A. F. 3chultzes last week Tuesday even- .ng. He left the next day for Knoxville to visit his wife and her people. The Rev. Fletcher, of Lacota, preached Sunday morning for ed to fill vacancies. Mrs. Lauritzen will teach the A. E. young Fishhook in Finger. Irvington, June 19 — Dwight, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sabin, had to be hurried to the doctor Monday to have a fish hook extracted from one thumb. The hook was lodged when Dwight was fixing a fishing line. Shots were given to prevent tetanus. people's class that Miss Dunham had; Mrs. Halvorson takes Mrs. Knoner's; Mrs. Yahnke Mrs. Mayer's; and Leon Worden will act as superintendent in Mrs. Yahnke's place. New Girl at Barnes Home— Word has been received here of the birth of a 10-lb. girl, Beverly Jean, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barnes at Blue Earth on June 8. Friday Mrs. Albert Barnes and daughters Mrs. Aeilt Troff and Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson went to visit them. Twin Daughters for Minos— , Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino, of Grant, last week Tuesday. They have been named Marilyn and Marabelle. Mrs. Mino is better known here as Doris Goreham, primary teacher here several years ago. Old«mer in Tisit Here— Fred Miller, Des Moines, and two sons, and a brother Mike called at Mrs. Blanche Jenks and William Beyse's Saturday. Mr. Miller lived here about 40 years ago. He works in the gas plant in Des Moines. Former Zella Saltow Mother— The J. W. Hartshorns received an announcement of a girl born to their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Whittemore him. The Messrs, and Mesdames H. D. Mayne, Ed T. Halvorson, George Thompson, Roy Link, A. F. Schultz, ind L. C. Strand attended a men's brotherhood meeting of the Forest lity group at Buffalo Center last week Monday night. Maxlne Walker, who often visits her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hartshorn here, was operated on for appendicitis at Ames last week Monday. She is recuperating at the home of an aunt, Mrs. John Tillmoney, there. Helen Jenson, who has been working at D. A. Carpenter's, had to go to her home at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday due to poor health. Doris McCoy, of Britt, is now working there. Jess O'Keefe and Henrietta and the Asa Warners went to Livermore last week Tuesday evening and Gerald Warner took a train there for a C. C. C. camp near Eldora. The P. W. and Edw. Reeces, of Ledyard, and Frederick Reece, Donald and Edwin Pugsley, Des Moines, had a picnic at Tuttle Lake Sunday. Hubert Ostermann stopped here a while last week Monday en route to his home at Winnebago from Fayette, where he has been attending school. Donovan Herald, and Grandmother Herald, all of Albert City, and Blenda Herald, Swea City, spent Sunday at Robert Gustafson's. Mildred and Minerva Rich, Fairmont, and their sister Luella; Austin, visited the L. W. and W. E. Wiemers last week Wednesday. J. T. Welfare and J. H. Welfare, and Doris and H. D. Mayne attended a Standard Oil Co. meeting at Emmetsburg last week Tuesday. The Fred and Otto Baumanns met the Floyd Andersons, Blue Earth, at Interlaken Sunday for a picnic. The Catholic religious school that has been going for two weeks closed Saturday with a picnic dinner. Evelyn Meyers, Emmetsburg, Is spending this week at the Ellery Pearce and James McQovern homes. She is a niece of Mrs. McGovern and Mrs. Pearce. George Meyer drove to Armstrong last Thursday evening to bring home his mother-in-law, Mrs. Louise Nissen, who had visited a week at Nick Looft's. J. V. Elbert and his son Walter drove to Omaha last Thursday, re- turning the same day. Mr. Elbert and the son Francis were at Mason City Friday, Arthur Heidenwith has repaired the roof on the Walter Krause home at Lone Rook which was damaged some weeks ago in a windstorm. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fandel, of Ladysmlth, Wis,, who had spent a two weeks honeymoon with relatives here, left Sunday for home. The Loy Olivers, Le Mars, and the Clete Olivers, Emmetsburg, visited Mr. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver, Sunday. Carl Krahn went by rail to Portage, Wis., a few days ago for a short visit with his daughter, Mrs. Dumkey. Harvey Mergen, who had spent months 21, 'Sot, Buttei-maUo August Vnrnit. Monday to „ ing. Frieda Disci,,,,, ter of the U ev. if w , a recent visit,,,. llo £ ' NOTE vice Exam.- S'"« Cl vl ,| common tduontioi, „ «ncc, $ 120042300, ' free.'—rl H. Man" 1 ' Milwaukee, \Vis. ' JUST THINK OF BUYING ONE OF the country's finest balloon tires and a gallon of motor oil for less than you'l expect to pay for the tire alone. You can still save money on tires at Gambles. 87-40 As Authorized CHEVROL WE KNOW YOUR CAR BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE Years of making and servicing; C]| CTro . let cars makes us outstandingly reliable, ring your care to us for repairing, overhauling, and complete sen-ice. 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