Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE EIGHT GAME TO IOWA 51 YEARS AGO; IN 80TH YEAR St. Joe, July 3—Funeral services were held at St. Joseph's Catholic church last week Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock for Mrs. Anna Kramer, who died at 6:15 a week afio Sunday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Lentsch. Mrs. Kramer hud been in failing health the lust two or three years because of heart trouble. It was not considered serious till the last week before her death. Six grandsons were pallbearers. Mrs. Kramer's maiden name was Anna Becker, and she was born Oct. 15, 1851, in Michigan. She moved with her parents to Illinois and there married Isadore Kramer October 26, 1875, at Milton. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer moved to Iowa 51 years ago, and settled in this vicinity. Twelve children, eleven of whom survive, were born. Nicholas died in 1913. Surviving children are Mrs. Theo. Besch and Mrs. John Besch, of West Bend; John Kramer, of Waseca, Minn.; Joseph Kramer, and Mrs. George Nauman, of Algona; Sebastian Kramer, Mrs. Mary Lentsch, Adam Kramer, Antone Kramer, Mrs. John Lenertz, and Mrs. John Cunningham, all of this Vicinity. After retiring from the farm Mr. and Mrs. Kramer lived in St. Joe, where Mr. Kramer died seven years ago last November 12. Three years ago in April Mrs. Kramer moved to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Lentsch, where she died. Besides the sons and daughters, there are 55 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren surviving. All of her children except Antone were here for the funeral services. Five Have Tonsils Removed- Frances Erpelding was taken to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital on Thursday and had his tonsils removed. Mrs. George Bormann, Marcella Thilges, Betty Jane Bormann, and Thelma Bormann all were taken to Fort Dodge Friday where they had their tonsils removed. Sister M. Claudia left last week Wednesday afternoon for Dubuque to attend the funeral of a relative. Attend Investment Services— James Thilges accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales, Mrs. John Altinan, Loretta and Olga Gales left a week ago Tuesday 'morning for Techny, 111., to attend the investment to the Sisterhood of Armilla Gales, who took the name of Sister M. Marguerite. They will also visit relatives in Chicago and Waterloo, and attend the world's fair before returning home. Tom Becker in Sick Spell- Thomas Becker was rushed to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital a week ago Monday in the R. A. Skaugstad ambulance, of Bode, for medical treatment. Mr. Becker was released from the hospital Saturday noon. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA —'"" — I. —_-.^— ~ -' . — i— — i __._ — .i •"'"-"• ' .-..— __ _ Mrs. Anna Rramer, St. Joe Resident Half Century, Dies Boy Handy With Tools T HIS IS CURTIS WARD, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Ward, north of Alg6na. On the farm page recently the Advance carried a story about Curtis and his ships and other skillful handiwork. His tree home and a cave were also mentioned. Later the Des Moines Register carried a Similar story in connection with which this picture was published. Mrs. Oeo. Kruecher III— Isabelle and Regina Kruecher received word last week of the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. George Kruecher, in C'urrie, Minn. They were taken home by their uncle, Peter Ziemet. RICH POINT DOINGS Mr. and Mrs. John Diehl, Mount Angel, Ore., came last week Tuesday to visit at John Erpelding's. They plan to visit relatives in Wisconsin and attend the world's fair. Donald, son of Mart McGuire, St. Joe, spent last week at his uncle John McGuire's. Dorothy Schultz entertained pupils and parents of the school she taught last year at a picnic last week Wednesday. The school closed some weeks ago, but due to illness among the pupils the picnic was postponed. Edmund Capesius spent last Thursday at the Okobojis with members of the 1933 graduating class of St. Cecelia's Academy. Maurice Devine spent part of last week with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Devind, Humboldt. Joe and Edna Jordan, employed at Mason City, spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. A. L. Jordan. Mrs. R. H. Skilling and her daughters Marguerite and Roberta spent 1 last Thursday with relatives at Humboldt. Evelyn Capesius spent last week with friends at Monterey, Minn. She was taken there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. Genevieve Patterson, Burt, is a guest this week at the home of her uncle, Hugh Raney, and Howard Raney is visiting the Pattersons. Geo. W. Godfrey, Ames, was a caller at his farm Monday. Ellen Steussy, Algona, was a week-end visitor at the John Schulz home. The Irvington township school board held its annual meeting at the Center schoolhouse Monday afternoon. Lawrence Hutchins and R. H. Skilling were made secretary and treasurer respectively for the coming year. M. L. McEnroe, John Schulz, and Armour Lemkee were made a committee to provide means of relieving the overcrowded situation in the Irvington schoolhouse. PORTLAND BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill, Iva TrunWhill, Anthony and Elda Jandl, D. M. Stewart, William 'Ringsdorf, Tony Anderson, and Dell Fitch attended a state brand cr<a-.nery meeting at Mason City last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill and Mrs. D. M. Stewart spent Sunday at the Clayton Dennis home, Tiear Buffalo Center. The Dennises are former Portland fanners. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Mann drove to Decoralv, Friday to visit their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Wagner, and! •the grandaughter Lois, who attends the Decoralh high sdhool, came here for a couple of months. Beulalh Larson .spent t"ne weekend with Leo-na Fisher, Britt. Iva Trunkhill and Verna iStewart were at William Schutjer's, near Titonka. The schutzers '.have a new girl. Mrs. Sdhutjer was formerly Leote Dennis. Viva iBray.ton, Marie and Sophia 1 Schipull, -Mrs. Wyott Stott, and Cardinals Defeat Wesley— The St. Joe Cardinals played the Wesley nine Sunday at Wesley in an interesting same, which ended 3-2 in the Cardinals' favor. The Cardinals will play in Algona on the Fourth. Tornado Wrecks Nt I). Farm— John Reiling recently received word from renters on his farm in North Dakota that a tornado had passed through there and wrecked all the buildings on the farm. Girl Breaks Arm in Fall— Bernice, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stattleman, had the misfortune to fall, and break her left arm while at play Thursday. Celebrates C4th Birthday- Relatives and friends gathered at Mike Reding's Sunday evening to help Mrs. Reding celebrate her 64th birthday, which was Thursday. Other St. Joe. Thelma Bernt, of Granada, Minn., came recently and will spend most of the summer with her sister, Mrs. William Kesselring. Mrs. Kesselring and baby spent last week at Blue Earth visiting her parents. Stella Bormann, R. N., went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to care for Peter J. Erpelding, who is in the Mercy hospital there recovering from an attack of appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer attended a birthday party at the Cox home near Algona Thursday evening. The honoree was Clarence's brother Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Furhman, George Becker, Sr., and Emma, Raymond, and Nicholas Becker were in Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. The Peter Kaysers, Clarence Kramers, Sylvester Wagners, James Beckers and Emma Becker were Sunday evening visitors at John Thul's. Edward Becker and Florence Jasal, of Tower City, N. D., came last week and are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, Sr. The John B. Redings and Mrs. Lucy V/agner and son Nicholas w~:*. fishic? at Lost Island lake LS..U w%ek Wednesday. :;.:->-.&. Gales, R. N., of Mercy 'Z.M.-S.-S-I -*>. Fort Dodge, came last ••**•.*.* •--:.*. >.-ill spend her summer •)i."A7...'.i '^-".. "':.*-. "A" ;.;irn Hammers, accom- i*£.A-.i M.-. a-d Mrs. Herbert Benge •S eit'+tia..*.-.*. '.-> Plover Sunday to .t-;.-'.<t K:v.k:e, employed by A,--. 1.:%. a spending a few Darlene came -home last Thursday from Ames, wihiere they attended a 4-H convention. The Portland 4-H club girlsj have completed -a star quilt which •they will se-11. It will be shown at •the iS-mitJh, department store, Burt, this week Friday 'and Saturday, and the purchaser will be announced tftiere Saturday evening at 8:30. Mrs. Tony Jandl, her daughters, and Mrs. A. Godfredsen -spent last week Tuesday at Ringsted wit'h relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fehlaur, of British Columbia, and Mrs. Mary Martin, Algona, spent two days las-t week at Tony Jandil's Ihome. Mrs. Fehlaur is Mrs. Jandl's aunt, and Mrs. Martin is Mrs. Jandl's motfli- er. The Tony Jandl's and Mr .and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill spent Sunday at Crystal Lake. Wilfred Stewart joined the CCC at Forest City Monday. Lotts Creek The parpchial school children met last week Tuesday evening to practice a song to be presented with a double quartet. They are to meet again this week Friday evening at 8 at the schoolhouse. Teacher William Schmiel is the instructor. Mrs. Edwin Lieb, M'rs. Noah Reisner, Mrs. Ed. Kucker, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz attended a shower last week Wednesday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran school, Whittemore, honoring Mrs. Edwin Greinert, who was married June 15. Word was received here Friday of the sud|den death of Dolores, daughter o| Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke, Armstrong. She became a patient last week Monday for medical treatment at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. She was a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke, Lott;s Creek. Funeral services were held Monday at Armstrong. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch, Whittemore, visited his cousin Wendell Rusch, at Arthur Rusch's last week. A quarterly church meeting will be held a week from next Sunday. The annual mission festival will be held Sunday in the Herman Hintz grovtf, with free lunch to be served at npon. In case of rain the services wi|l be at the church, and lunch will be served in the school hall. The B|ev. C. Boye, Ocheyedan, will deliver the morning sermon at 10:30, and the English sermon wil be given by the Rev. W. H. Discher, Whittemore, in the afternoon. Persons here who attended the funeral of paymond, son of Super- visor and Mrs. Frank Balgeman, were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kucker, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mrs. Seege- barth, Lydia and Eric, Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Richard Potratz, Martin, Edna, and Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Leisener, and the Albert Potratz family. A number of relatives and friends attended the church wedding of Elvira, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Krause, Fenton, to Enos son of the Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede, Garner, Saturday evening at 8:00 o'clock. The bride is well known in this community, having lived here with her parents for a time before her father went into business in Fenton. Relatives here who attended the ceremony and reception were the Martin, H. F., M. P., William, and Fred Meyers, the Alex Radigs, the Walter Krauses, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer. Mrs. William Wetzel had a major operation at the General hospital, Algona, a few days ago. days and tjie Fourth with an aunt in Algona. The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Bffrte has been quite sick with glandular trouble the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reiling, of Carroll, spifnt a few days last week with their son, John Reiling. Raymond Thilges has been assisting witji farm work at George Bormann's the past week. The George Schallers spent Sunday at Whittemore visiting the Henry Bonstetters. Mr. and JMrs. Andrew Reding, of West Bend, visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Deiter, of West Bend, visited relatives here Sunday, i The Mik( Wiltgens visited relatives in Wtittemore Sunday. LONE ROCK SHORTS CELEBRATORY BREAK PANES AT TITQNKA Titonka, July 3—Five store windows here were broken Saturday evening by children who were celebrating and shooting firecrackers. The windows were at the Denton drug store, the Falk garage, the Mayfield cafe, John Isenbrand's, and Telko Sietsema's. Auxiliary Sews Carpet Bags— A Legion Auxiliary work meeting and radio party was held at Mrs. W. J. Denton's Friday, Mary Young entertaining, assisted by Mable Wilson and Stella Mae Breen. Carpet rags were torn and sewed. Twenty-six women attended. Student Minister Is Preacher— Willis Phelps, of Portland township, ministerial student at Morningside conducted morning services at the Methodist church Sunday, substituting for the Rev. Fremont Faul, who is'away on vacation, Band Plays Saturday Nights— The band will play every Saturday night during the rest of the summer, Mr. Sargent, of Mallard, directing. Twenty-five attended practice at the schoolhouse last Thursday night. Krantz Baby Is Improved- Kenneth, baby of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz, who has been having whooping cough and pneumonia, is reported much better. New Postmistress on Job— Mrs. J. C. Newville was checked in as postmistress Saturday. Her assistant is Gladys Boggess. Other Titonka News. The W. J. Dentons entertained ;uests Sunday: the James Winters, Jilmore City; the Nels Benjamins, Ottosen; the Herbert Winters, Swea City; the B. H. Winters, Morris, Minn.; the C. A. Lamoreux family, Titonka; Mrs. Sarah Shuttleworth, of Santa Ana, Calif.; and C. K. Hauge, Cedar Rapids. Edith Mae Budlong and Kathryn Schram drove to Hampton Friday and spent Saturday with Edith Sudlong, who with Maye Budlong, Waterloo, accompanied the girls home Saturday night. Edith is spending three weeks vacation with her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong. Neil, son of E. A. Slack, now of Lakota, visited here last week 'uesday. He waa planning to go north soon to spend the rest of the ummer with his father, who is mployed at a fishing resort. Mrs. Homer Downs and Mrs. larry Beed drove to Mason City ast week Tuesday for clinical examination at a hospital. They re- urned home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich, Wood- •ow Peterson and Myrtle Anna drove to Storm Lake last Thursday o attend a Mid-Continent district meeting. The Roy Budlongs and Mr. and Urs. Harold Jones, drove to Owa- onna, Minn., Thursday to attend he wedding of Medora Grandprey. Mrs. S. J. de Vries and her son (unior drove to Sheldon one day ast week to visit relatives and vill return this week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich spent he week-end with Mr. and Mrs Oscar Blanchard, Burt. The Blanchards formerly lived here. Maye, Edith, Betty and Mrs. ranees Budlong spent Sunday afternoon with Hazel Budlong, hospital patient at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Waterloo, parents of Mrs. Raymond Bonacker, have been spending a week with her. The William Schrams, Helen Beed, and the Mark Bacons will spend the Fourth at Interlaken. The Luther League had an ice cream social on the Pannkuk coliseum grounds Saturday night. R. L. Krantz and his son Clifford, who had spent few days in 'he Dakotas, returned Friday. T. A. Dunmire, local teacher at:ending summer school at Cedar Falls, spent Sunday at home. Hurlene, daughter of M. S. Craven, spent part of last week with Edith Gartner, Graettinger. Titonka town baseball team will Play St. Joe team at Algona on the Fourth. Clarence Tuttle spent a few days last week with Herbert Winter, Swea City. The Fred Hagans recently moved into their home south of the Askins home. Mrs. Florence Reaser was a Forest City business caller last Thurs- dciy, Mrs. H. I. Torgerson entertained her bridge club last Thursday The Ted Rikes were Forest City business callers Friday. Harriet Heiter is recuperating from a severe attack of yellow jaundice. Delina Rogers is also il with the disease. Supervisor Charles Morris attended a state convention of county officers in Des Moines last week Wednesday. Oscar Earing left Saturday for Campus, 111., to attend an Earing reunion. He returned the first o the week. The Raymond Bierstedts were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bierstedt'i parents, the Claude Sigsbees, o Burt. George Sears, cow-tester, left a week ago Monday for a two weeks vacation with his parents in Grin, nell. Dorothy Macumber returned Saturday to Fort Dodge to resume her studies at the commercial college. The Dell Marlow family spent a few days last week at the Charles Hawks home, Spirit Lake. The Fred Genriches attended a Hauck reunion at N. D. Hauck in Humboldt Sunday. The Mothers club will have its picnic Friday at the schoo grounds. The Legion Auxiliary meets nex v week Wednesday at John Sprank's. Aged Wesleyan Honored as Relatives Come For Visit Wesley, July 3—W. P. Giddings had visits Sunday from one brancfn. of his descendants. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings Sr., Burt, came ailso all their grandchildren, and all but one of their children. Married children with their families were Mrs. Everett Pannkuk, Hurt, •Mrs. Raymond Housour*, Algona, and Guy C. Giddings Jr. Chicago. The latter is a son of W. P., and :he and his wife were accompanied by their cousin, Nellie Ward. There were 23 persons in tihe group, wiiidh included besides relatives, the Messrs. John Van Hove and Grant Edwards. >V. F. iff. S. Meets Tomorrow— The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets at tilie churcr,, tins week Friday afternoon, and Mrs. Theron Han sen, hostess, will lead devotions. Mrs. McNulty will give tl'.ie lesson review. Bible study will be held this week Tuesday evening, and the preparatory membership class will meet tlhis week Friday evening. The Aid meeting will 'he postponed till next week because of the Fourth. Ncwlywcds Are Guests Here— ;Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oleson, new York City, are here on a wedding trip, and are visiting tTic Herman* Carlsons and other old friends of Mr. Oleson. He is a news photographer in the city,- but he Hivedl •and worked liere 14 years ago. Two Help «n Camp Meetings— Tile Rev. Mr .Bernsten,.Britt, and Marion Paulson, Wesley, left Monday for PaynesvMle, Minn., to assist in a camp meeting. They will return next week Wednesday. Aai- na Flom, Wesley, is with Mrs. Bernsten. former Wesley Girl Dies— Wesley friends were saddened 'by the deatih of Mrs. Ernest Wortman, formerly Mertie Loats, at (Dakota. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tabbe Loats, at one time) managers 'of the Wesley hotel. Daughters for Two Couples— Daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmyer and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froelidh Friday and Monday respectively. Preaches at Forest City- Marion Paulson filled Uhe Con- •gregatioiMl puilpit at Forest City Sunday, the regular pastor being sick. Other Wesley News. Mrs, A, M. Lease came home a week ago Friday, following two weeks with her parents at Urhana. She- was accompanied by Jittle Burl-ell Duane. Myrna Burrell, _ (her sister, came with her, and visited here a week. She then went >t» Rings-ted to visit a week witih a teacher friend, Mrs. Dean .McDonald. The two young women roomed together when both taught at Lake View some years ago. Mrs. Hubert D. Crain, St. Louis, will arrive at 'Mason City i":e morning of the Fourth to visit relatives there and at Wesley. Her brother, Earl Goodnow, and sister, •Mrs. Verne Benner, are at Mason. City, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Goodnow, and a sister, Mirs. Herman Ostercamp, are here. Her little daughter, Joan Lee, accompanies !her. Mrs. L. F. Smith, wife of a' Fort Dodge dentist, with her three (children, left Monday, -following a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter. Sfae attended a family gathering at the Kleinpeter home Sunday, with the* families of other children, Vincent, Algona, Mrs. .Don MeHaney, Britt, and Mrs. Leo Reno, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and ttheir two youngest children went to Omaha Saturday to visit Mrs. Muilin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. .M. Perkins. They were to return Monday. Mr. Mullin is a rural! mail carrier. The Otto Carlsons, Chicago, wdio had visdted at Carl Franzens's, left for home Friday. Mr. Carlson as brother of Mrs. Franzen. The Methodist Aid will have an ace cream social Saturday evening, on the lawn near tihie Lease store. Mrs. William Henderson returned Saturday from three weeks) with her parents at Horton, Kans. FENTON GIRL WEDS ENDS WREDE, BURT Feiuton:, July 3—The marriage of Elvira, only daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. G. R. Kraus, to iBnos, son 'of the Rev. 'and Mrs. H. R. Wrcde, Garner, took place at St. Jonm'^ Lutheran church hero Sunday evening at 8. The Rev. Mr. Wrede performed a single cernvony in Me' presence of «. large number of relatives and friends. Leona Bordwmlt played 'tltoe processional and recessional and Mon- delasohn's wedding inarch, and Lucille Wesson, pupil of Misa Krause, sang O Promise Me. The bride was gowned in egg-shell crepe wnd carried Talisman roses and -baby breath. Ann Wrede, bridesmaid, wore yellow organdy and carried bronze snapdragons and baby breaith. Horald Wrede and .Edmund Krause were ushers. The bride is ia graduate of thel Fenton high .school wlbo attended Grinnell college, received an A. B. degree from Valparaiso University, and for 'the last four years has taught music and English literature at Garner. The bridedgroom, a graduate of 'the Garner high school and of a Lutheran college at New Ulm, Minn., is a grocer at) Burt. A reception was held immedately after the ceremony iat the home of the 'bride's parents, where a buffet supper was served to 160 guests. Writes Poem at 83. Last week's Livermore Gazette printed a poem in honor of her 83rd birthday written by Mrs. Helen A. Norton, Pasadena, Calif., mother of Mrs. A. L. Peterson and B. E. Norton. She was born June 22, 1851, and for many years lived at Livermore, where her husband was a lumberman. Notwithstanding her age, she lives alone. SEXTON HAPPENINGS The Aid met last Thursday at Mrs. Ray Black's, 20 persons attending. Mrs. Skow conducted the Bible study. Mrs. Edw. Francis was assisting hostess. A number of Sexton people attended a meeting and picnic of the State Brand Creamery at Mason ity last Thursday. The Sexton ball nine played Irvington Sunday at Irvington, and won, 10-9. The Fred Plumbs attended a Good Hope Sunday school picnic last week Tuesday at Interlaken. Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and her father, Henry Hawley, Mason City, spent Sunday at the B. E. Sanders home with Mrs. Hawley and little Constance Joy DeWilde, who are spending a few weeks here with Mrs. Hawley's sister, Mrs. Sanders, and with Mrs. Lou Boleneus, of the Doan neighborhood. Mrs. Pearl Hodgin, who had spent a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven north of town, drove to Rudd Friday for the week-end with Mr. Hodgin's mother and sister, and with her husband, Everett Hodgin, who came to Rudd from Cedar Falls, where he is attending summer school. The Harry Merriams, Corwith, were Sunday dinner guests at Harvey Steven's. Mrs. Merriam is a sister of Mr. Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nehring spent last week Monday at Forest City, where Mrs. Nehring had dental work done, Margaret Hedrick, Mason City, is spending a few days with Lois Miller. Mrs. Ray Thomas, Iowa City, and her little sons are spending two weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Olsen. Mrs. Sarah Wise and her family spent Sunday at Plymouth at the son Strother's, and the Strother Wise daughter Helen, who had spent a week here, remained there. LAKOTA OVERFLOW LEDYARD NOTES The Sam Welfares and son William and wife, all of East Chain Minn., spent Sunday at J, H. Welfare's. George Watts, of Wells, brought his wife and daughter to r C Jorgenson's last Thursday toe a visit* Mrs. L. C. Strand's sister, Mrs. Arthur Randolph, Milford, and two daughters, visited here last week , k- A. Max, and Frank Nitz went to Hubbard last Thursday to attend their aunt's funeral. .. Th f Gedrge Thompsons attended the funeral of Fred Ward at Algona last Thursday. , Tne . N - A - Plngles attended the funeral of Mrs. Ernest Wortman at Lakota Saturday. Lumetta Reece came home from the Kossuth hospital Friday. Dance Hall is Sold. Sexton, July 3—The L. W. Swansen orchestra, Whittemore, which has been playing for dances here Saturday nights, has bought the Sexton hall, and the orchestra gave a free opening dance Saturday night which was largely attended Fern Lewis, Mildred Bargar, Gertrude Wortman and Thomas Lewis who attended the Christian Endeavor conference at Storm Lake, gave splendid reports-at the Sunday evening service. The R. E. Hamquists left Friday for a week's vacation at the Okobojis. The Harvey Johnsons left Sunday for the same place and will return after the Fourth. The Otto Koppens spent a week ago Sunday with the Elmer Dargs, near Britt. The Dargs moved from a farm north of town to their present home last spring. Mrs. George Winter entertained the Methodist Aid at the church parlor last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Delia Smith had charge of devotions. Walter Klocke, who works in the C. R. Smith store, spent part of his vacation in traveling through parts of Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas. The Roy Iversons, of Moorehead, Minn., spent last wek visiting the Arthur and Earl Orgens. Mr. Iverson is a nephew of Mi's. Arthur Ogren. Mrs. Wade Ball had a party last week Wednesday for Doris Asmussen, Dorothy Ukena, Dorothy Schroeder and Dorothy Woodworth Virginia Larimer, of Chester, S D., came last week Tuesday and will make an extended visit' with her aunt, Mrs. William Turley. Joanne Kline spent a few days last wek visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. Henry Kline .She is working m Minneapolis. Mrs. Fred Schroeder and little daughter were brought home from SUPERINTENDENT OF S, C. SCHOOLS WEDS Swea City, July 3— Announcements are out .this week of the marriage of Superintendent Armond H. Schuler and Ada Laux, of LeMars, who were married June 5 and left at once for Iowa City, where Mr. Schuler is studying for his master's degree, The bride is a daughter of John Laux, of LeMars and was employed in a LeMars clinic before her marriage. Mr. Schuler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler, of Greenwood township. Following his graduation he was elected high school instructor and athletic coach here and his record was such the school board named him superintendent when E. H. Parsons resigned to take up law practice in Algona, They will return to Swea City later in the summer to begin housekeeping in the school district's cottage m the Dourte addition. Mr Schuler is the fifth member of last year 3 teaching staff to be married. North End Truck Hits Phone Pole ———"•» and little daughter of Mt. Auburn, are visiting at A. Q! bmitns. She is a niece of Mr Smith. ' ,. Tn ! ^v. A. F. Boese, pastor of the Lutheran church, attended a church convention at St. Paul i ag t The Rev. Mr. Frerking and Norman left Monday for a few days at their cottage at Twin Lakes. John Altwegg, Ruthven, and his daughters Zada and Bernice^lsitod the former's jester, Mrs. EM Sparks, Friday. They were en route home from Belmond where they visited the son James The Walter Adolphs, and injury Ledyard, July 3—Paul Nitz Gordon Matzener escaped 'hen a truck the lu , S went into a ditch -—a telephone pole. The pin holds the truck broke, allo' to go over the cab. Neither boys was injured except scratches and bruises, but the was badly damaged. Paul was a load of hogs early Saturday morning when the accident ' Pened near the Farrington ingside student, substituted Rev. Fremont Faul in s< the Doan church Sunday, is taking a vacation. w nn ? oan Ald met at M Hansen's a few days ago Hood assisting hostess.T Christiansen and Mrs Hanaen will be the next Carolyn Andrews has employment at the Two Daughters Mr. and Mrs. C. L, " and that allowing it of the for truck afTer •"-*• *V*A L. services Mr Mrs. Ruth Florine i. Marie • Agatha hostesses, summer • Utlt? JJU Qkobojis Born. * <*->V|.U4 McEnroe — are at their and Mrs. parents hos- tale or of John stating that contract for Thc"^ North Half nf th 8 Quarter '••• Half 01 (Ny 2 N a s i (!i fo *« of the court to fu y ' contract, seliinc ih above dcscrlboS. toh Smith and K. M . Sn ,SM' ance with the ter " tract, which is •n the application aforesaid. Notice is further for LEGAL NOTICES RESOLUTION NO. I. Be it resolved by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, that it is deemed necessary and advisable for the City of Algona, Iowa, to enter into a certain contract with J. F. Pritchard & Company, a Corporation, of Kansas City, Missouri, for the installation of the Jacket Water Cooling System for the Municipal Water and Light Plant of the City of Algona, Iowa, as provided in plans and specifications and proposed contract now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Said plans and specifications and proposed contract filed in the office of the City Clerk of said City are made a part of this Resolution by reference as much as though written out herein at length. Be it further resolved that said plans and specifications and proposed contract heretofore-fully set out be and the same are hereby adopted and approved. Be it further resolved that ,the above and foregoing improvement is hereby proposed to be made and constructed as heretofore set forth, and that the matters set out in this Resolution and the Resolution authorizing the Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, and the City Clerk .0 execute said contract for and on behalf of said City, be and the same are hereby set down for further consideration and determination at a meeting of the "ity Council to be held on the 17th day of July, A. D. 1934, at eight oclock P. M., in the Council Chamber of said City, and the City Clerk be and she is hereby instructed to cause notice of the pen- dency of said Resolution and of the Resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into said contract for and on behalf of the ~'ty of Algona, Iowa, and the time and place when and where said proposed Resolution will be considered ,for passage, and objections to the passage thereof and to the purchase of said Jacket Water Cooling System for the • Municipal Water and Light Plant at Algona, Iowa, and to the construction of said proposed improvement heard, to be given by publication in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper of general circulation published in the City of Algona, Iowa, ten days before said hearing as provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 2nd day of July, 1934. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 2nd day of July, 1934. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor af the City of Algona, Iowa. . ^wa, and unl 1 f ™s are made and ob e * I and sustained at s place, the Court will Is deemed advisable ' ( authorizing and dir ministratrix to sell said m performing the afore aW JOSEPHINE DI as Administratrix of u of John G. Dittmer, ] By Shumway & Kelly Her Attorneys. ' NO. 0011) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF 1 State of Iowa, Kossuth count! T " District Court June NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOE AUTHORITY TO SELL REAL ESTATE. In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County. In the Matter of the Estate of John G. Dittmer, Deceased. To: Katuerlne Dittmer; Carrie Larson; Charles Larson, her band; Ella Sigsbee; Claude Sigs bee, her husband; Mary Hobson Harry Hobson, her husband; hus- igs son Jos Ohio; The """« oC the Clerk or ° f ; Ditlmc To All Whom it May Concern! . * ou ar e hereby notified, I instrument of writing p UrM j to he the last Will and Test of Nick Loners, deceased, m March 30th, 1926, having been! day filed, opened and read | 24th day of July, 1934, is L for hearing proof of same at) Court House in Algona, low] fore the District Court oil county, or the Clerk of said 0 and at ten o'clock a. m. of tit above mentioned all persons Ij ested are hereby notified an( quired to appear, and show i If any they have, why said in. ment should not be probated! allowed as and for the last! and Testament o£ said det._ Dated at Algona, Iowa, Jni 1934. E. J. McE Clerk of District C| Alma Pearson, 1 IS YOUR COMPLEXION BLOTCHY AND Ft I If your complexion is ( dy, sallow due to clogged I take Adlerika. Just one te| your system of poisonous i Adlerika is quick acting, safe.—E. W. Lusby, Druggist! M/YPI? Prepare-n« 1M \J L Li coming CM! S vice Exams; men, women,l!j common education, no W ence, $1260-$2300, steady sion, sample coaching f ree- _L. H, Hall, Box Milwaukee, Wis. H. W. POS1 Dray und Transfer STORAGE OFALLtli Long Distance Hau Every load insured agi loss and damage of t" v Equipped to do all hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, |« Eave Cylto Sheet Metal Pumps Pipe Valves " A complete stock Holtzbauer's Tin 117 S. Dodge • Tft\VTff A "WH I" 1 IT V NOTICE-The Ctty Council of Algona, of Kossuth County, will meet July 26, 1934, at 8 P. M., at the Council Chambe s. payers will be heard for or against the following estimate 01 itures at that time. ADAH 1 234 6 Proposed Balance Bstlmat-Estimat- Amount expend- on hand ed sur- ed income necessary uur < itures June plus of other to be lorjear Jj} estimated 30 FUNDS 1934 General . $20.000 Jmprov'mnt 10,000 Grading ^. 3,500 Sewer 5,000 Water 20,000 Light 65,000 Fire Equip. 3,500 Fire Maint. 1,500 Library .. 3,500 Band 2,000 Park ^500 Road Drag. 1,000 " Pool 1934 I 8.563 3,108 894 8,700 86,402 2,000 2.162 1.546 332 1,672 plus of other -balance than raised by on hand taxation taxation 1933 3,000 6,000 70,000 1,000 1.000 1,500 ',3,000 $6,000 100 14,000 63,000 2,800 2,800 2,000 650 650 2,800 1,200 1,200 600 1,840 26!806 44,401 1,801 3,166 1,350 1,100 3,684 taxes per f 1,000,00 of assessed value, Taxable Valuation (1933) „.„_„"„ ' T '" T " Moneys and Credits (1933)' --„-,„.- }' T '" T "iriIIl >,ll oJ 0.1

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