Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 2
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TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGO^A/IOWA Lone^ Rocker Pitches 16-Inning Baseball Game for Bode at Humboldr BLANCHARDS, OF LONE ROCK, ARE BASEBALL FANS Tione Rock, Sept. 5 — Gordon Blanchard pitched a 16-inning game for Bode against Badger at the Humboldt county fair last week ^Wednesday. Donald Blanchard played with Rockwell City there lust week "Wednesday, and last Thursday played with Fairmont against Bancroft at Swea City. Friday evening Donald played •TRrith Fairmont there against the Chicago All Star colored club, and Harlan accompanied him to Fair- -mont. Donald also played at Humboldt last week Wednesday. Dad J. M. Dlanchard is also a baseball fan, .and Ixmo Rock challenges the county to produce a more baseball- minded family. Tarty Honors Three Girls— Mrs. Chester Aline and Mrs. A. A. 3Crueger entertained last week "Wednesday evening in honor of ^Marietta Christcuson, Berneyce Roderick, and Mrs. Clinton La Bar, Austin, Minn. Wimpy was played, Vera Morris winning high prize, Beulah Gladstone, low. Others attending: Margaret Roderick, •Georgette Davison, Mason City, "Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, and Gladys Stebritz. Sharps Visit Black Hills- Mr, and Mrs. G. A. Sharp, Dayton, drove hero last week Monday to -visit the Glenn Sharps till last •week Wednesday, when, accompanied by their son Russell and Russell Thompson then drove to Titn- ter Lake, S. D., to visit Mrs. Emma Austin and the Black Hills. returned Sunday. "Mothers Club to Meet— The Mothers club meets •week Wednesday with Mrs. They next Fred TVegener, Mrs. Harry Hobson assisting. A week from Friday the 'Legion Auxiliary meets Prank Flaig's, Mrs. Otis liostess. at Mrs. Sanders Tarevrell for Mrs. Sprank— Legion Auxiliary gave a farewell party at R. L. Padgett's last week Do You Know? that there has been a 200 per cent increase in students since 1920, and only 16 per cent increase in population? Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Sprank and Ann Flaig, who Jeave to live at Algona. attended. John soon Nineteen Three Girls Are Teaching— Among girls here teaching rural schools are Beulah Gladstone, Superior, between Seneca and Ringsted; Ardith Knoll, the Cherland school; Alice Angus, the home school. ""*•' Other Lone Rock. Florence Householder returned last Thursday evening from visits with friends at Waterloo and Cedar Rapids. She attended the Century of Progress, Chicago. Muriel 3jong accompanied her here from Waterloo for a week at Alex Krue- ;ger's. Muriel is a student at the -!Pitze school of beauty culture. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough flrove to Humboldt last week "Wednesday to attend a county fair there and visit relatives. Their daughter Grace, who had 1:wo weeks, there, and Mrs. spent New- trough's father, William Reynolds, tsame here with them. Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, Algona, •Who had visited the Herbert By- sons, St. Paul, accompanied them "here Saturday to visit Mr. Dyson's •cousin, Mrs. W. J. Cotton. They ore Spending this week with the Cott»ns and the H. E. Morgans, Algona. Mrs. Martin Larson, Decorah, flaughters Ella and Gladys, and sons Merton and Leon spent from last week Tuesday till Saturday •With the daughter Mrs. Arthur 3?riebe ,and Leon remained to attend school. Mrs. Laurence Laidley, of Esther•Ville, and her daughters Lorraine, Haxine, and Marilyn came last -week Wednesday to visit the Frank 3flaigs and Alex Kruegers, Tiome Friday. going Dottie, Betty, and Forrest Mur- Tay, who visited their grandmother. Mrs. William Murray, also the Charles Bierles, have returned to Ulieir home at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bierstedt ;and Walter Sorenson drove to Sa- 'Vannah, Mo., Saturday, to see Mr. Sorenson's wife, a patient at the 2>Iickolas sanitarium. The Edward Kruses, Hardy, Mr. •and Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, Renwick, and the Arnold Sanders family, Lu Verne, were Sunday guests at the Otis Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper returned Sunday from Hill City, northern Minnesota, where they had sa fishing vacation. Hoy Hines attended a family reunion at his uncle G. Kracht's, near Seneca, Sunday. His father -and two brothers, were also there. of Hampton, Berneyce Roderick has returned 4o her nurse's training at the Methodist hospital, DOS Moines, after three weeks at the parental L. R. •Roderick's. The Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. Claude Whitehill. Mrs. N. L. Cotton read a paper on Textiles and Fabrics of Bible Times. Harley Shellito, Ames, drove here Sunday, and Mrs. Shellito and the daughter, who had been visiting at N. L. Cotton's, went home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe, Theodore Knieger, sou Harold, and Raymond Bierstedt returned Saturday •from three days at the state fair. Andrew Thomson, Hugh Marlow, Iceland SJrov. Spencer, and John Thomsc-n, Royal, got home Sunday from a week at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Duhl and Mr. and Mrs. Osrar Anderson, all of Sioux- City, were guests of Leoua Bier- •Btedt Sunday and Monday. Mrs. P. M. f'hristenson, daughter Marietta, and Mrs. Charles Morris visited last week Wednesday at A. *". Krueger's, Fairmont. Mrs. JeBse Hohenstein, Amboy, Wtnn., and her children were Sunday callers at the I. W. Nelson and LINDA ROEBER, WHITTEMORE, SUNDAY BRIDE Whittemore, Sept. 5 — Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, was married to Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas, Sunday at 8 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church here, the Rev. W. H. Discher officiating in a double-ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Elda Baas, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. Baas by Wilbur Roeber, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a 5 o'clock wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. John Kettleson, daughter Norma, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baas, all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas, of Algona, daughter Barbara, and son 'Billy"; Edna Bruhn, Fairville; the bridegroom's family and Rudolph Hanover, all of Whittemore. The newlyweds then left for a week at the world's fair. The new Mrs. Baas was graduated from the local public high school in 1932. Mr. Baas is a farmer, and for the present he and his wife will live with his parents. farewell for Erwin Yaudt— A farewell party was given a few nights ago in honor of Erwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt. Five hundred was played at 11 tables, and prizes were won by Irene Vaudt, Algona, high, Evelyn Voight, low, Rudolph Hahn, high, and Erwin Koehnecke, low. The Rev. W. H. Discher gave a talk, and Herman Behnke, Y. P. S. president, also spoke. Mr. and Mrs. Vaudt, Erwin, and Mr. Discher left this week Tuesday for St. Paul, where Erwin has begun studies for the ministry. Merlyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner, William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantleman Sr., Fairville, and a Kerber boy from Emmetsburg are also starting studies for the ministry. Dinner Honors Student Preacher- Mr, and Mrs. Chris Meyer, the William Wehrspanns, Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kuecker, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, of West Bend, visited at Mrs. Mary Bruhn's Sunday, and dinner was served in honor of Elmer Wehrspann, who conducted services at the Fairville Lutheran church that day. Elmer left the same evening for Springfield, 111., to finish his theological course. Two Enter Business College— Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu, son George, and daughter Rosella drove to Mason City Monday, and Rosella enrolled there in the Hamilton business college. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight took their daughter Rosella to Mason City the same day for the same purpose. Bridge Luncheon Is Given- Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake and Mrs. Ray Oliver gave a five-table bridge luncheon at the Uhlenhake home last week Tuesday. Prizes were won by Mrs. F. W. Cairy, Sioux City, Mrs. F. J. Rochford, Mrs. Charles Seymour, and Ella Burke. Lutheran Aid at IV. B.-A number of members of St. Paul's Lutheran Aid attended Aid at West Bend last Thursday afternoon. The Mallard and Lu Verne Aids were also in .attendance, and 15(i were present. Lunch was served late in the afternoon. Farewell for Student I'riest— Relatives and friends took Lloyd Elbert by surprise Sunday evening as a farewell before his departure September 10 for Milwaukee to begin studies for the priesthood. Heidenwlth Anniversaries Observed Relatives and friends gathered at Arthur Heidenwith's Sunday evening to help Mrs. Heidenwith celebrate her 4Gth birthday and 23st wedding anniversary. Lutheran School Scrubbed— A number of members of St. Paul's Lutheran church held a sfhool scrubbing day at the school Friday. The school opened Monday. Hoy for Buy Airlmrts— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Airhart are parents of a boy born last week Wednesday. This makes a family of two girls and two boys. South Defeats the North— A "North Farmer" threshing run played ball against a "South Farmer" run Sunday here, and the South run won, 8-4. Former Teacher in Visit- Florence Lynch, of Cedar Falls, who was a high school teacher the last two years, visited friends here Thursday, Other Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Collins, daughter Carol, and Mrs. W. C. Harty, all of Kansas City, arrived Friday to visit the George Airharts till Tuesday. They were accompanied to Kansas City by.Ethyl Airhart, sister of Mrs. Collins, who will be there for some time. Mrs. Collins was formerly Myrtle Airhart. Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen left a week ago Sunday for Des Moines to spend the week with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Wasson. Lester Fuch- scn spent the week-end there and brought his mother home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weir, Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Travis, Denver, visited the A. D. Brogans, the Tony Schmidts Sr., and the Tony Schmidts Jr. Monday. Guinevere, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen, and Ruth Ann, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, left Monday night for St. Paul to take nurse's training. Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ringler, who spent the summer at Milwaukee, Wis., with relatives, returned home a week ago Monday morning. George Balgeman, Herman Voight, Elmer Bell, and Henry Lauck drove to Winterset a week ago Tuesday for 12 head of cattle for Mr. Lauck. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan drove to Fort Dodge Friday to take home Mrs. P. J. Schiltz, who had been here two weeks. She is Mrs. Geelan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zumach left by train Sunday evening to attend the world's fair a week. Mrs. Walter Thompson, of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Henry Kueck and daughter Ruth, of Seneca, visited at Arthur Heidenwith's Thursday. Doctor and Mrs. McCreery visited relatives at Clare Sunday, and were accompanied here by Mary Chalus, niece of Mrs. McCreery. Margery Elbert and Bernice Ludwig, attending the Pitze school of beauty culture, Waterloo, spent the week-end at home. Mrs. L. W. Swanson and her son Rex have returned from Chicago, where they visited relatives and the world's fair. The Arthur Lunsmanns, Mason City, spent the week-end here; also the Martin Meyers and Selma Meyer, Garner. Mrs. P. L. Jessen and son Ralph returned Monday evening from Chicago, where they had spent three weeks. Earl, son of the Adam I.uchsing- ers, who is with the CCC at Forest City, spent the week-end at home. Lullus, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, is here from Chicago for a week with his parents. Marguerite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, has enrolled at St. Mary's, Cherokee. The Madden and Stillman tent show, which closed Sunday night, had good crowds. Herman and Tony Keene, Des Moines, are spending a few days with relatives here. Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman spent the week-end at Clarksville with relatives. The R. C. Bauers, Wesley, were Sunday guests at Banker John Uhlenhake's. The James Geelans spent Sunday with Mr. Geelan's parents at Ruthven. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nash is sick. Ruth Balgeman has returned to Sheffield to teach. Bandannas Victors Over Ottosen Team The Riverdale Bandanna girls kittenball team played the Ottosen girls at an Ottosen fall festival Saturday and won, 14-8. The Bandannas have now won four games and lost two. They plan to play till October 1. The Ottosen line-up was: pitcher. Delpha Halsrud; catcher, Mrs. C. V. Barker; Ib, Rosetta Barker; 2b, Bernard Karels; 3b, Albertha Boldridge; ss, Wanda Hanson, Agnes Karels; If, Lucille Halsrud; cf, Annetta Karels; rf, Mrs. Lowell Quaintances; subs, Russell Halsbur, Milton Espe GOLD WAVE COMING Repair your furnace or boiler early and save yourself grief later. HOLT/BAUER'S TIN SHOP Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal 117 S. Dodge. Phone 85 nonanoa n noon MRS, CARRIE STEINBERG, LED YARD, DIES Ledyard, Sept. 4—Saturday morning this community was saddened by the death of an old and well loved citizen, Mrs. Carrie Steinberg, 64. She was born, Carrie Schultz, Sept. 7, 1869, at Ackley, where she spent her girlhood. She joined a rural Methodist church near Radcliffe, and in March 20, 188!), she was married to Joe Steinberg at Eldora. The first year of her married life was spent in Hardin county, and they later moved to a farm near Swea City. About 36 years ago they moved to a farm west of Ledyard. It was here her husband died November 26, 3022. The following spring she moved to the home in town where she has since lived. She died at 5:30 Saturday morning at the age of 64 years, 11 ^nonths and 27 days. She had been "in failing health the past two years but it wasn't considered serious till last winter. The past five months she had suffered intensely. Besides her many friends she is survived by three daughters and three sons; Mrs. Minnie Jordal, of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Roscoe Mayne, Armstrong, Mrs. gam Weaver, August, and John, Ledyard, and Joe, of Garner. Two daughters preceded her in death, Josephine in 1910, and Lena in 1918. She is also survived by 19 grandchildren, one great grandchild, a half sister, Mrs. Ben Steinberg, Buffalo Center, four brothers, Ernest Schultz, Walnut Grove; Otto, Belfiend, N. D., John, Toslerton, Sask., Canada, and Luke, Calgary, Alta, Canada. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Methodist church with the Rev. F. O. Johnson in charge. Music was furnished by a quartet consisting of Mrs. H. D. Mayne, Alice Dunham, James Logan and Ralph Olson. Burial was made in Highland Home cemetery. Many to Campbell Rites— The following friends attended the funeral of Mrs. Edward Campbell at Algona last week Tuesday: The Messrs, and Mesdames Olaf Engelby, Jack Welfare; D. A. Carpenter, Edw. Halvorson, George Thompson, Asa Warner; the Mesdames Barnes, Yahnke, Jenks, H. D. Mayne, O'Keefe, P. C. Jorgenson, N. A. Pingle; and the Messrs. V. A. Barrett, Everett Hartshorn, Henry Dyer, and D. B. Mayer. Where the Teachers Room— The out of town teachers all arrived Friday. The Misses Rich, Underkofler, Randall, and Jones are rooming at the Ella Gelhaus home, and the Misses Stranahan and Hitler at V. A. Barrett's. Alice Dunham rooms with the D. B. Mayers, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granner are staying at Cecil Peterson's until a vacant house is available. Station Agent to Return— R. K. Canary, local station agent, who has been relieved the past few months by Mr. Clanahan due to the illness of the former's mother, will soon return, as his mother died August 14 at her home in Vallejo, Calif., where she had lived 19 years. Burial was made at Tonico, 111. Former Teacher is Mother Friends here have received announcements of the birth of a daughter Joan Lee, Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson of Ringsted. Mrs. Stephenson Is better known here as Helen Peterson, a former Ledyard teacher. See Chicago Giants Play— V. A. Barrett, George Dunn, L. W. Wiemer and Reuben Green attended a ball game at Fairmont Marie Harris, of Sexton, Is Wed to Wesley Youth Sexton, Sept. 5—Marie Helen, daughter of Mrs. J. W. Harris, of Sexton, and W. Milton Glddlngs, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Glddings, Wesley, were married at the home of the bride^s mother, Mrs. J. W. Harris, last week Wednesday at noon by the Rev. I. C. McNulty. The couple were unattended. Mary Harris, sister of the bride, sang "Oh Promise Me" during the ceremony. The bride wore an ankle-length gown of pale pink crepe with white accessories. Following the ceremony dinner was served to 27 persons, and after dinner the couple left for a wedding trip, returning Sunday night to Wesley, where they will live. Mrs. Giddings Is a graduate of the Wesley high school and since graduation had taught in the rural schools of Hancock and Kossuth counties. Shower Honors Recent Bride— A miscellaneous shower was given at the Sexton hall Monday in honor of Mrs. Milton Giddings, formerly Marie Harris. Sixty women attended, and Mrs. Giddings received many gifts. Ice cream and cake were served. Quarterly Conference Held— The fourth quarterly conference was held Monday night at the Methodist church. The Northwest Iowa Conference will be held the week of September 26 at the Methodist church, Algona. Threshing Crew Has Party— The James Brophy threshing crew had an Ice cream social Sunday afternoon at the Brophy home. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowling Oklahoma, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs. G B. Wise. Mrs. Drusilla Noble accompanied them home for a visit Mrs. Noble is a daughter of Mrs Wise. Mrs. Henry Hawley, daughter Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, and the latter's daughter Constance Joy, all of Mason City, spent Sunday wltl Mrs. Hawley's sister, Mrs. B. E Sanders. The Clem Cunninghams returned Friday from a trip in Minnesota They visited Mr. Cunningham's brother at Minneapolis, also friends in northern Minnesota. School opened Monday with 20 enrolled. A Miss Vohs, Lu Verne is teacher, and she will live will Mrs. J. W. Harris. atives. George Hagge, daughter Alice, and George Moulton were In Walnut Grove, Minn., Friday on business. Margaret Zlelskie returned to Wlnfleld, Kan., Wednesday to re- sume'her nursing duties. Mrs. Richard Zielskte and Margaret and Mrs. Arthur Ziolsklo were at Mason City Friday, Mrs. Asa Warner's mother, Mrs. Nommcrs week horo. Tho Wcl«l,, n ai go Mr. and w,.,. * Slat " D«w, Tho Mol.1,,,, week, 8 Friday night. Fairmont played IhC Chicago Giants and lost, 16-13( Frank Moulton, a Ledyard boy, plays with Fairmont. Thumb Pierced by Nail- Lawrence Pingle ran a nail almost through his thumb when the jack slipped while he was changing a tire in the garage and a board with a nail in it hit his thumb. The wound is healing nicely now. Gable Car in Accident— Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gable were badly shaken up and their car was wrecked Saturday evening while coming home from Lakota when they hit a truck. Two Have Tonsils Removed— Jean Estle and Howard Klinksiek had their tonsils removed at Bancroft last week Monday by Dr. J. M. Devine, assisted by Dr. R. M. Wallace, Algona. IVorden is Lay Delegate— Leon Warden was elected lay delegate of the M. E. church to attend the Conference at Algona the last of this month. Other Leflvard News. L. W. Wiemer's sister, Mrs. George Pfiel, Radcliffe, and daughter Margaret, who works at Estherville, called here Saturday. Margaret had taken some 4-H girls to the state fair and en route back brought her mother home with her for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane came home from Sioux City last week Monday, but their son Kenneth, who had secured a position there, remained and will enter Morningside college as a freshman. Marjorie Mayer, who spent last month with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dunham, Waterloo, returned with her aunt, Alice Dunham, last week Wednesday. The John Tillmoneys returned to their home at Ames last Thursday. The Milo Halvorsons, of Buffalo Center, visited his brother Edward last week Tuesday. Senator George W. Patterson was at D. B. Mayer's last week Monday and hired the latter to do some tiling on his section of land west of Swea City. The Walter Rhukes, Mankato, Paul Oldenbergs, Elmore, and the Raymond Wilcoxs, Fort Dodge were Sunday guests at the Richard Eielskie home. The Oran Johnsons, Swea City, the Fred Darnells and Mrs. Reuben Johnson returned Saturday from ten days at Superior, Duluth and St. Paul. Eric Gangstee, Crystal Lake, was buried in the Highland Home cemetery Monday. He was'the husband of Emma O'Toole, a former Ledyard girl. The George Heetlands, Lakota spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Gable, and brought home Cleo Gable, who had spent two months there. Naomi Hewitt, Swea City, who formerly taught school here, visited at D. B. Mayer's last Thursday She teaches at Renwick this year. - Father Sturm, Elvin Carpenter and Reuben Green attended Bancroft-Canadian Clowns ball game Sunday which the latter won 5-4. The Rev. August Winkleman, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jenson of Buffalo Center spent last week Tuesday at Glen Yahnke's. Mrs. Martha Gable and her two daughters spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Victor Leland's, Swea City. James Logan returned last week Tuesday after two weeks with his uncle, Reuben Nevenfeldts, at Minneapolis. The Raymond and Dell Bar- slous, Alfred Barslou, and Edna Green left Friday for a week at Denver. Col. David Lynch left Saturday with Hans Kockler, Swea City for Portland, Ore., where he is visiting rel- HERE'S REAL NEWS — LOWER PRICES on tires at 1000 Gamble Stores—and remember, they're guaranteed against road hazards. 4.40/21 long drive, $4.20. 30x3%, $3.45. 24-51 Cucumbers Any size' Pavement stand five miles west of Algona. C. F. Lauden and FIXTURES! * • * * P( : 0 l )lc moving lllln new ,.. 8 I , I' re elate the K 0 > Selectioi > 0 electrical an- Pliances and fix- tyres we have !„ stock, for yo ; approval, Yon wl .» f ind ou Prices low, We also do electrical contracting for every type of home and business. 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