Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 5, 1934
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, 1QWA, •pAtm juun ———_-—•—-••^••••-••••••••••g!!!!! •====== — : —. 1**%* Young Lakota Woman Is Claimed by Addisgn^Jjisease •*• ^ *-* AX O •****" . _ •___ — , « „„,» P .MMit art of Monday with Mrs. Helstfa "•••- — -..~..._.* *«i tin 11 Nurse Is Hernia Patient— .. __ i":™*; M* ond Mrs. August MRS, ERNEST WORTMAN, 31, DIES-JUNE 28 Lakota, July 3 - Mrs. Ernest ,-Wortinan, who had been ill toi about a year with a rare disease called Addison's, died at her home south of Lakota last Thursday afternoon. Myrtle Loats, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Tobe Loats was born January 29, 1903, in German Valley. 'At the age of 11 she moved with her parents to Buffalo Center, and six years later they moved to Lesley,' where she lived about foui years and then came to Lakota •where she was employed in the C. R. Smith store for some time. She was married to Ernest A. Wortman, January 4, 1926, and one son, Morris Allen, was born. She •was a member of the local Presbyterian church and the Aid society. Besides her husband and son she is survived by her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop, three brothers, Hio, Buffalo Center; Thomas, Titonka; and Tabe, Lakota; and three sisters, Mrs. Earl Goodman and Mrs. Michael Winter, Mason City, and Mrs. Andrew Jensen, Lakota. Her father, two sisters and a brother preceded her in death. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon and burial was made in Maple Hill ceremtery. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. Ulfert Williamson and Esther Wortman, all of George; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pingle, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pingle, Mrs. Anna Pingle, of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pingle, Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter, of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Hio Loats, Mr. and Mrs. Bergman and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, ot Titonka; and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Recaned Furniture A/IRS. RICHARD MAUSER, Buena Vista county, recaned and re- IV1" claimed the pieces of furniture shown above as a result o£ the home furnishing project conducted in this county. These pieces -• black walnut, which had been discarded for many years, are considered by Mrs. Mauser as some of her most valued furniture. nov Louts, Buffalo Center. George IVallentine Mnrried— George Wallentine, Lakota, and Hazel Marie Roalson, Swea City, .were married at the Lutheran church in Swea City last week Wednesday. The Rev. Swan, pastor of the church, performed the single ring ceremony. They were attended by Alice Peterson, of Ringsted, and Theodore, brother of the bride- WILLIAM BEHSE, LEDYARD, DIES; FOUNDED TOWN Ledyard, July 3—William Behse, Ledyard's first settler, died Saturday evening following a long illness after a stroke. He was born April 20, 1862, at Watertowu, Wis. When he was a year old his parents moved to Blue Earth, Minn., where he lived with his parents, two sisters, and one half-brother, until at the age of 26 years he moved to the location where Ledyard now stands, where he has resided since. On January 1, 1889, he was married at Elmore, Minn., to Rebecca Sailor, who died Dec. 19, 1928. Five children were born to this union: Mrs. Edward Glaab, Bend, Ore., Mrs. William Hans, Rudd; Mrs. Edward Gould, Decatur; and Georgia, Glen, and Clyde of Ledyard. On April 23, 1932, Mr, Behse suffered a stroke from which he partially recovered, but on Aug. 26, 1933, he suffered a more severe attack, which kept him confined to his bed till his death Saturday evening. Killing Weeds FARMER is using a spring -I- tooth harrow in soybeans. This ool is highly recommended by R. '1. Porter, extension plant pathologist at Iowa State College, as a neans of checking growth of veeds, either in cultivated crops or n land which is being prepared a i seedbed. groom. The young folks will be at home in a new house built on the farm north of town where the groom is farming in partnership with his stepfather, J. H. Holcomb. Mrs. Jerry Ukena and daughter, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Mrs. Walter Hans, and Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Peterson, of Lakota, attended the wedding. The bride is a neice of C. O. Peterson and has been employed in "Des Aloines. The groom is a member of the Ledyard township male quartet. Is Called for Operation- Mrs. Harry Mussman went to Elmore a week ago Monday to help the past matrons entertain the Wel- berlyn club, but shortly after her arrival her sister-in-law, Mrs. O. C. Keister, Elmore, was taken seriously ill and Mrs. Mussman accompanied her to Rochester, Minn., where an operation for appendicitis was performed and she is recovering. Mrs. Mussman came home last Thursday night, but went up again Sunday to spend the day. Young Couple Is Married— Anna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Radamaker, German township, and Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aggo Jansen, Lakota, were married at the home of the Rev. Calvin Schnucker, of the Ramsey Reform church last week Tuesday. They were attended by the bride's sister Dorothy and George Hoffbauer. The young couple will make their home with his parents for the present. SHOWER GIVEN FOR BRIDE AT WHITTEMORE WMtemore, July 3 - A miscellaneous shower was gl\en ast week Wednesday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran schoolhouse for Mrs. Edwin Orolnort Cards were played at eight tables, and prizes were won by Mrs. Giem- ert, high, and Lillian Kuecker, low. A two-course lunch was served The bride received many gifts. Another shower for the same honoreo took place at Edward Greinerts Fairville, Sunday afternoon, and cards were again played, pri/.es being won by Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, high, Mrs. Clarence Wagner, low, and Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt, travel. Methodist Social is Given— The Methodists had a social at J E. Walker's last week Wednesday evening. The entertainment consisted in part of short plays: Sha- ow Play, Proposal of Grandmoth- r's Day, Physical Torture Club, thyl Airhart gave a reading, Myre and lola Barber sang, Myrtle nd lola and Louis Lowrnan gave a musical selections on piano and iolin, and loyd Walker played a jw numbers on his accordian. unch was served to 60, and games •ere played. \lbert Essers to Leave— Albert Esser drove to Des Moines last week Wednesday and vas accompanied home Saturday y his daughter Irene, who was raduated as nurse at Des Moines une 5. Mr. and Mrs. Esser will move to Des Moines next week, nd the John Uhlenhakes will have he Esser house. Is Hernlft Patient— Viola Balgeman, R. N., daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, was operated for hernia last week Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. E. C, Jnckman to Albert Lea— E. C. Jackman, formerly employed at the Zumach meat market, has received a position in a meat market and grocery at Albert Lea. Other Wlilttemore. The O. J. Kaschmitters, accompanied by Mrs. Kaschmltter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fried- nand,_Alton, recently drove_to_Roscoe, He is survived by five children. 10 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, one nephew, and three nieces. Mr. Behse was Ledyard's oldesl settler, having lived here about three years before the town wa founded. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Methodist church, the Rev. Mr. Johnson officiating, and burial was made beside his wif n the Highland Home cemetery. Mother of Two Hero Dies- Mrs. Jess O'Keefe and Asa Warner were called to Fenton last veek Monday evening by the ill- less of their mother, who passed iway shortly after their arrival. Funeral services were held last Thursday. Attending from here were; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Jack Welfare, and Mrs. Ella Gelhaus. The Mesdames Flynn, Thompson, Conrad Gable, Peterson, and Welsh called there. Three to World's Fair— Aleda Green, Alfred Barslou, and Mrs. George Watts left for Chicago Charles, John, and Edith James Mrs. Robert Bender, daughter Bon nie Lee, and Eunice Spaulding, al of Baraboo, Wis., visited at Jes O'Keefe's, and Ace Warner's Fri day. They*had been to Fenton ti attend their grandmother's funera Thursday. The H. D. and Lawrence Maynes Jack McDonalds, J. H. Welfares and Cleo Gable, Luetta Gelhaus Edith Logan, and Evelyn Mayn attended the basket and ice cream social at the Grant school Frida night. Doris McCoy attended a farewe party at Bancroft last Thursda night for the Hansen girls wh subsequently left for Des Moine to resume work for the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. Friday to visit the George and Evelyn Andersons and attend the world's fair. Edna Green will return with them to spend her vacation with her parents, the Wm. Greens. , >\11U11, leUUUfciJ VAfcwrw ~" " uuc , Minn., where the Fricdnands are having a house built on a farm they own here. The Maurice Duffys, Algona spent Sunday with Mr. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy Sr., and attended the funeral of Raymond Balgeman. Esther and Viola Heller and Esther Behnke, Algona, also attended. Mrs. J. M. Fleming accompanle( Evelyn Bode, Algona, to the annua meeting of the State Brand Cream eries at Mason City last Thursday Miss Bode sang at the meeting am was accompanied at the piano bj Mrs. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell, Blu Earth, and their grandchild, Claric Bell, spent Sunday here and a West Bend, and Betty Bell, wh had been visiting her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes, went horn with them. Theodore Elbert, Algona, and hi grandson, Willard Fandel, visite at Ralph Fandel's Friday. Willar has been staying with his grand art of Monday with .Mrs. arenls, Mr. and Mrs. August chattschneider. The Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Dlseher nd Mrs. F. J. Balgeman drove to \>rt Dodge Monday to visit Vibla algeman, a patient at Mercy hoa- ital there. Gertrude Farrel, who was gradated from nurse's training at St. >aul last month, is visiting her arents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrel, The E. J. Steinles, Minneapolis, re visiting the C. L. Oavanaughfl. Mrs. Cavanaugh and Mr. Steinle Eire sister and brother. Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. heodore Keene, is spending this veek with her sister, Mrs. Dale C. Brown, Marshalltown. Supervisor Balgeman attended a state supervisors' convention from ast week Tuesday till last Thursday at Des Molnes. . Among the sick are Catherine Kolso, Mrs. H. L. Simpson, and vlorold Schlei. Edward Farrel has an eye ulcer. Harold, son of Mrs. Sadie Roth attended an amateur radio oper ators 1 meeting at the West Ben< park Sunday. The Arnold Zumachs attended the wedding of Alvlra Krauso, Fen ton, to Enos Bredo, Garner, Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley an Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert spen last week in Northern Minnesota | and Canada. ^ John Van Welse and Father Veit i have returned from ten days of fishing in northern Minnesota and Canada. , The Ferdinand Schultzos and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoeft, Garner, at- Algona BeverJ JOBBERS OF SOFT DRINJ Carbonic Gas Supplies, Sam Dieterich, Manage C. G. Stedman, Sales Mana Naudain Bidg., 216 E, SfaJ Algona, Iowa - Phone ?J ililK Uccli OLo-j ilife « ll -" "i" o» «»- — tiuu *"•* «• •"•" •.»• — - • parents since school closed, and.tended the Raymond Balgeman -* 1 " """funeral. , , Henry Halm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hahn with-the C. C. C. he remained here till after Fourth. The Fred Reeses, Des Moines, spent Sunday with the P. W. . Reeses, and brought with them his sister Mattie, who teaches at Mt. Pleasant, Utah, and who will spend the summer here. Mrs. Henry Schultz, Davenport, and niece Dorthea Simms visited from last Thursday till Saturday at Leon Worden's. Mrs. Schultz was formerly Althea Simms, An Algona band played three numbers here last week Wednesday Three Kitten Ball Games— The Merchants and the Oilers played kittenball last week Tuesday evening, and the Merchants won, 2-1. Next evening the Creamery and the Young Boys played, and the Young Boys won, G-2. Last Thursday evening the South farm- srs won from the North farmers, 4-2. Three Attend World's Fair— The Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and Sidona Bierstedt, Fairville, and Meta Gade, superintendent of the Kossuth hospital, Algona, returned Friday from a week at the world's fair and Meta is spending a few weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. Dailey Granddaughter Married- Mr, 'and Mrs. H. S. Dailey and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery drove to Fonda, Saturday to attend the weding of Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery, to Dr. Joseph P. Drozda, Omaha. Carol is a grandchild of the Daileys. Little Girl's Face Gashed— Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, at the public school rounds Tuesday, suffered a gash n the left side of her face, near he chin, when two girls in a swing umped into her. It took four lamps to close the wound. lirschbaum to Spokane Job— Matt Kirschbaum has gone to pokane to be general foreman of n extra gang on the Milwaukee. The Werner and Louis Braatzes visited the Fred Johnsons, Ruthvon, Sunday, and Laura Braatz remained there for a longer visit and to attend a picnic for the deaf on the Fourth at Arnolds Park. Supt. F. J. Rochford and his wife and daughter returned last week Wednesday from New Hampton, where they had spent a week with relatives. The son Tommy remained for a longer visit. The Robert Braatzes drove to Blue Earth and Minnesota Lake, Minn., last week Wednesday and Robert's son Harold stayed to visit his sister, Mrs. Merlyn Stauffer. Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Lotts Creek storekeepers, has been spending a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch, Sr. Mrs. Martha Hclse, Easton, Minn., and her family spent Sunday and at Decorah, spent the week-end iere. _,. Doctor and Mrs. Conarty, Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Conarty's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. Mrs. J. F. Williford returned to Decatur, 111., last Thursday night, after two weeks at M. C. Weir's. The McCreerys have word of the death of Mrs. McCreery's aunt, Mrs. Wallace Dondonhill, of Illinois. John Cullen, Jr., teaching at Madrid, came home Sunday and will remain till September. Verena Hentges, Michigan, N. D, former Whitteinoro teacher has been visiting here. Cleophus Cullen has returned from Minonk, 111., where he visited his brother Joe. The Albert Vaudts, Llvermore, attended the Raymond Balgeman funeral Sunday. ^—^ An Investment Wort Making, is Worth Protd "What's worth having is worth saving," for an argument there. To buy property] permit it to depreciate, is something few a To keep it in good repair is economy, especl building materials can be purchased at tod| Our Devoe Paint Guards Your Property! Ravages of Rot and llust. Botsford Lumber JIM POOL, Mgr. Teachers in Travel Tour- Esther Siems, who teaches near West Bend, left Sunday for a month's vacation during which she night July grounds. advertising celebration the Fourth of at the Fair and they travel in a bus. Enjoy Picnic at Maukato— Mrs. C. R. Smith and Mr, and Mrs. Ray Smith, of Lakota, and the Bob Heitlands, of Buffalo Center, went to Mankato last week Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner with the Ward Dawsons, of Excelsior, Minn., and the Howard Smiths, of Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. Dawson and little daughter Shirley came home with the Smiths and is visiting relatives .here. Itoy for Cierald Ukenas— The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking received word a week ago Sunday of the birth of a boy, Berry James, to their daughter and her husband, the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena, at Jesup. They left at once to see the first grandchild. The Reverend and son Norman came home Tuesday, but Mrs. Frerking remained. 4-11 (iirls Homo from Ames—• Mrs. J. E. Telcamp drove to Al- Rona Thursday and brought home the -1-H club girls and their leader, Ernrna Gutknecht, who attended the 4-H convention at Ames last week. They report that Lila Kaphengst, of Hebron township, received honors for passing a 100 per cent music memory contest. To Auto Victim's Funeral- Mr, and Mrs. Albert Barnes and Aeilt Troffs attended the funeral at Algona Sunday of John Batt who was killed in an automobile accident last Thursday. He was a cousin of Mrs. Barnes, Kittenbnllers Lose to Si C, — A group of local kittenball players played at Swea City Friday night and were defeated 8 to 1. Following the game most of the players went to Silver Lake to swim. Cousin of Mrs. Jenks Dies— Mrs. Blanche Jenks received word that her cousin, Mrs. Harry Harvey, Minneapolis, had died of Bright's disease. She was quite well known here, having visited here often. Movie Machine Suffers Break- There was no free show last week Wednesday evening because he machine was broken. There was i band concert instead and a magician entertained. Mary Ellen McDonald spent last week Wednesday with Dorothy Colwell of Grant and attended a 4-H Club meeting at Alice Mayne's that night. Fern and Geneva Newbauer, Iowa Falls, visited Max, Frank and L A. Nitz last week and Sunday Pau' and Lorenz took them home. The Chester and Reuben John' sons went to Bancroft last Thurs day evening to visit their father Peter Johnson, who is ill. The Ralph Olsons spent th. week-end at Ellsworth and attend ed an Olson reunion at Webste City Sunday. Oran O'Keefe,' Lakota, substitute< for his brother Jess in the barbe shop last week Wednesday an Thursday. The Henry Selbergs went to Min neapolis last Thursday to visit Mrs Selberg's sister, Mrs. Jack Well ington. Maxine Welfare, Swea City, spen last week at Jack Welfare's. Family Reunion is Held— A family gathering at Lars Reis- em's farm home last week Tuesday evening was enjoyed by 1C relatives: the Henry Torkelsons, Jack Jordal, Henry Reisem and Mrs. Nels Gjerstad and children, of Buffalo Center; Charlotte Stenberg Thompson; and Levina Torkelson Forest City. Other Lakota News. Acorn club members entertainec their families at a picnic supper ou the J. H. Warburton lawn last week Tuesday, and 60 enjoyed the annual affair. The men played ball i«nd the women prepared supper. The evening was spent visiting. Marcella Koppen entertained 25 vill travel in 3ther teachers 21 states. Twenty are in iho party, UP TO BRING Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan of $300.00 or less at our new low rate . Our new plan will mean a substantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the most complete loan service in the State. Various loaning plana. Reduced payments. As long as 20 months to repay. WHY PAY MORE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any purpose See H. N. Kruse Phone 125 Algona Representing Federal Finance Co. Des Moines DEALER ADVERTISEMENT to the record low price of Farewell for the Schultzes— Mrs. Edward Halvorson enter- ,ained the neighbors of Mrs. A. F. Schultz at a tea last Thursday afternoon. The Shultzes moved to Al- ;ona Saturday. Knonors Buy Christ House— The Ed Christs, Greenfield, were here last week Monday -and sold their house to August Knoners, who will take possession Oct. 1. Algona Beaten at Kittenball— The local kittenball team played the Shell Oil team at Algona Sunday night and won 9 to 1. Other Leflyard News. The George Thompsons, accompanied by Tilmer Halvorson, went to Storm Lake Tuesday to spend the day with the Milton Thompsons of Sioux City who met them there. Kenneth Thompson, who has been visiting at Sioux City, returned home with them. Mrs. William Flynn and (Mrs. George Thompson called at Wm. Brandt's, near Elmore Friday. The youug folks Friday evening in Iionor of her 16th birthday. The evening was spent playing games and refreshments were served. Brandt's seems a 3-year-old son Elvin „ little improved at this writing. Mrs. Glen Yahnke and Mrs. Mester visited there last week Tuesday. TO PAINT AND CLEAN UP the appearance of your HOME AND PROPERTY Lowe Bros. High Standard Faint will do the trick. See us for all sorts of Building Materials. Phone 229. F. S. 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