Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 3
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27,. 1084.. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE-rtrttitat ^^ Sadden Residents of Burt ~ " to visit the son. Gus, attending col- Cleveland, lege there. The Elmer Harshes, Two Young Men at Swea City Become Benedicks Swea City, Sept. 25—Announcement was made this week of the marriage of Beatrice L, O'Connor, , of Imogene, Minn., and Merlin An~- rrnree funerals derso n, of Grant township. The i' 2B ~~t«nk place here coup ie -was married August 25 in day9 toun. * that o£ glQUX jr a iig. A wedding dance was T" 6 £lr -nook and Burt hel ti in the Legion hall Friday ^ n Friday, at 2 Light In Swea City. Barm er ' *._ tn e Burt Roland Nagel, of Swea City, and I was Vivian Senenfelder, of Dows, were f.tiAral services married at Garner Saturday. Rol- rlda Unw were held at and lg a son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl san ,. ,MI the Rev. C. Nagel, of this place, and is em- 3t cnurcui asg i sted by ployed at the rendering plant. Mrs. officiating Rev. Nagel is a niece of John Scnen- H. A l e nope. Burial felder, g we a City. They will be at Id, ° me tery.' home after October 1 In rooms at P ur gnaw, youngest Vern Lund's residence. lf "° Sllve Lf 23 AD 1877', a to School Band Elects Officcrs- 3ece , m woodford coun- The school band has elected now '" h'o anent her girl- officers for the coming year: Renn " ere A to near Burt Kluger, president; Arlette Skrom- 1 ,V 1894 and lived m e, vice; Mae Peterson, secretary 1 \ne R F. Hawcott an d treasurer; Jeanette Wilson, as- the •lived. , of her father I sistant; Dorothy Arnold, librarian; « for x-ray and treatment. Mrs. Clnra Snnborn Ill- Mrs. Clara Stillborn is seriously ill at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Gil- crson, at Armstrong. Her sisters at Vinlon and Ankonoy are both with her. She is the mother ot Clyde Sanborn, Swea City, and is an old resident of this place. Slsior Dies nt Tort; Dodge- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Thompson were called to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday by the illness of a sister of Mr. Thompson. She died the next day, and funeral services were from her home at Callendei Saturday. sH 1'alicnt. nt Onkdnlc— Mr. and Mrs. Kd Hammond and icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. ohnson, were at Oakdale sanitar- utn several days last week visiting Charles Johnson, a son, who is icro being treated for tuberculo- s. 15 BEGINNERS ENROLLED AT FENTON SCHOOL and her Her mother H.r»aVs r«~.sss."«s cancer or tne Luella Senenfelder and Mavis Larson, assistants. The band is doing splendid work, and is to give several selections at the next P. T. A meeting. Mr imi Mrc T IT K-nntcnn i.oiro Bailey| vice, Robert Schwartz; sec- Because of graduation of most o eturn'pd fromaw-e'k" vacation It rotary-treasurer, Marie Peril; Ver- the violin players in the Fenton D™. ^"an^rs.T^Kma- H. loerger, sponsor. Twelfth high school, the ,™sic departmen , from Swea lost a fast game, 7-6. Boy Breaks Leg Again— Robert, 13-year-old son of M and Mrs. Charles Knutson, fel from his bicycle Friday night an fractured his left leg above tl knee. It was the second time had been broken this summer. T was taken to Blue Earth hospit ... Two Out of Three— Swea City's school team played three baseball games last week. A .week ago Monday night Swea de n T,™ relatives ex- feated the Bancroft public schoo K S » and niece, George P. team 8-5. Tuesday night the local fc u.wnntt a brother-ln- won a return game at Bancrof i nawtyi ^ ^ e cousin, 4-1. Friday night at Armstrong lM ciMuuon,Winterset « Mrs Fred Snyder, Chi- I and Mrs- J- E. Walker •' -Mrs. Harold Kueck- !m ore, Anthony Shaw, of .,, and Mr. and Mrs. Mc- ftea City, were among people attending I'd funeral was that of La Ward, whose obituary Is here given appears in Itemore column. She was It-daughter of Ludwig and lAnker, who came to Port- rnship when she was a girl. •h 24 1877, she was mar- Heman L. Ward, a young Ifte same neighborhood. h children were born, but foben Alsinus, and Bertha [are deceased. Ward's husband died De|26,1903. She remained on i for a time, then moved to ..Tex., where she purchased land lived seven years with Herman. Then she re- pnd lived with her sons and Irs in Iowa and neighboring I the children came for the [except Mrs. Bisby, who is Eix sons were pallbearers, rial was made in the Buf- raship cemetery. • out-of-town relatives at[ the funeral included Mr. ts. Ed Tuttle, Albert Lea; j Mrs. A. E. Giddings, W. P. is, Mrs. Hattie Price, Mr. Is. John Ward, Mrs. Char- frolf, all of Wesley; Mr. and frank Davis, Belmond; and I Ward, Corwith. [Peters Flying Westland Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs. |Peters, and Collette Welp, bft, took Dr. W. T. Peters to ppolis Sunday, where he by plane for Omak, Wash., . his son Russell. A letter , Peters Monday stated that lane had encountered bad Fenton, Sept. 2G—There are 17 liigh school seniors; 1.8 juniors; 22 Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knutsen have dames E. C. Weisbrod, George Goetsch, John Gillingham, Howard Reeder, Arthur Voight, R. N. Kyhl, and J. B. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Mary Ann were entertained at G. B. Johnson's Sunday, and in the afternoon attended Now and Forever at the Call, in which Shirley Temple starred. Cinl) Meets nt State Park— The New Deal bridge club had a chicken supper at the Shelter --••; „-„ • , " r ".i House at the Ambrose A. Call state sophomores; 22 freshmen. In the park last weck Tue8day evening grades there are 12 in the eighth; and attended thc snow Jane Frye at six in the seventh; eight m the U)0 Ca]1 tnealor . Members of the sixth; nine in the fifth; 14 in the dub arc Mosdaraos Cora B ohn, Lily fourth; five in the third; five in Mc yer, Grace StO eber, Helen Reed- the second; and 15 beginners: Gertrude Zumach, Dorothy Ger- Geno Behrends, Howard Bierstedt, hard Cecelia F i nnes tad, and Ella Don Lewis Boettcher, Barrel Don Tj lees fi c i d Dreyer, Delbert Elmore, Marian ' , Gadc, Frances Heddinger, ^Caroline | iTolm ^ l(l , rK nalf-Sistcr Dies— "" Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield William Runchey, Irving- guests at the John Ulfers * - - — • i home last week. There were some The ninth grade has not elected 2Q relatlves of Mr . uifers from Illi- class officers yet. The sponsor is no is, who stopped en route from Coach Agard. Officers for the tenth the j; unera i o£ Mrs. Ida Morrison arc: president, Evelyn Radig; vice, Manson. Mrs. Morrison was a half Cecelia Krause; secretary-treas- slster O f Mr. Ulfers and a niece o urcr, Fernandes Fauerby; Esther tlle Greenfields. Smith, sponsor. Eleventh grade of- J fleers are: president, Donna Jean Violin Lessons Given Free— , , Hint-/!, Betty Jean Holldorf, Evelyn Kuecker, Janet McFall, Delores Mueller, Verdell Riedel, Beverly Schulte, and James Widdel. of most o Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Knut-| llna , Ioel 'S er en, Eslherville, and Mrs. Jens g ! ' -, Rodland, of Fort Dodge, accoinpan- Y. 106 - ? )ol ° r . cs cd them. | Dorothy st,or, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. . , , Ruth Hantleman; is giving tree violin lessons to each Krause; secretary, pupil who has an instrument and treasurcr Ruby instruction book. Thirty-minute 1JU1 ULllj OLIJ^lliau | Li t;o,oui ui , AV.U.WJ i iiiDLL UULIULL UUUn.* ±1111 Lj-j.iiiiiwi.v< Hantleman; Supt. Otterness, spon- lessons are given weekly. Pupils _ as mr as Ame, in the orchestra as in the Fenton Reporter vanced. fishing in northern i hnm __ Minnesota. -u > i A son was born last Thursday to ~ a ,„ . Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baker. This }„ f r makes a family of eight children. ™ ^ aunt nttprnp^ Mr. ana Mrs. Floyd Richards, of T ' A " Supt 0tte ' nGSS - s, are: uuuor-in- :— Krause; assistant, Independence F. B. Women Meet- music, Gladys The Farm Bureau women in In- Weisbrod; dependence township, Palo Alto v,iai C m, D ^ feo ", seniors, county, met last week Wednesday Dreyer; juniors, Esther at Mrs. Ernest Voettler's, Mrs. Clarence sophomores, Edith . gave a book review on The Human Body, by Dr. Logan Clendening. . . , . . , . . Blue Earth, Minn., spent Sunday in T., T^.,-,.,1,,... p T« irnntc Swea City calling on friends. ^Ti'^ndenendenc'e townslip Palo ™ r *' T " A - Welsbrofl Has Operation ™ ie ™ . A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lein Sunday. met at ' Dr " J " A ' Mueller took Mrs - E - A " 21 TITONKA CREAM CHECKS TOTALS2051 Titonka, Sept. 26 — Twenty-one cream checks for more than $75 each were issued to Titonka dairymen by the local creamery last week as follows: Warner Smidt, $176.10; Bruno ,Alto county, Farm uureau mei in, | Welsbrod to the Miller the Center schoolhouse Friday w^ont Fridav evening This was the first^meet- dlci ' tis operation . r Mr _ planck Magdsick, Charles City, was I in e m the new schoolhouse, and Us | M] , a John T hospital, and Weisbrod Chrischilles home. Mrs. Miller is a sister of Mrs. Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles entertain them and others at dinner Sunday: the Henry Schroeders, Lu f a i r . Verne; the Henry Weimers, Maynard Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weimer, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft, all of Lone Rock. The Rev. and Mrs. Jos. Castle, of Evanston, 111., spent the week-end with the T. N. and Frank McFalls nd other local friends. A few years ago, when the Rev. Mr. Gercin was pastor here, Mr. Castle vas a student preacher and for a ime was assistant here to Mr. Gerkin. He is attending the North- vest Iowa Methodist conference at Algona this week, and will receive an appointment. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kohlstedt, Spokane, arrived last Thursday to visit Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt and the Elmer Weisbrods till Friday evening, when they left for Klemme Mr. Kohlstedt is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Kohlstedt and ran a butch er shop here some 30 years ago Mrs. Kohlstedt was Laura Rldder Frank Klatt and Frieda Stuever Clyman, Wis., Walter Malindy, Chi cago, and Mrs. Mary Drosenick, o Watertown, Wis., arrived last week Monday to visit the Ben Klatts Frank is Ben's brother; Mrs. Dros ennick their sister. A sophomore-freshman initiation party took place at the high schoo Friday evening. After the usua stunts and tricks there were games, and pie and ice cream were served. The faculty attended. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Schlei, sons Marold and Elwin, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod, Milton, Ethel, and Lucille, and Loren Skare were dinner guests Sunday at Mike Weisbrod's. Elmer Krause, Lawrence Glaus, and Leo Kramer, of the CCC camp at Forest City, spent the week-end at home. The camp will be moved this week to a point near Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained the W. E. Stoebers. Frances Anderson, the Oliver Stoe- bers, and Carl Ortmeyer, Cedar Falls, at dinner Sunday. Ohio, visited over the week-end at Alfred Meyer's and Melvin Mansager's. Mesdames W. J. Weisbrod and Arthur Krause won premiums on needle work at the Clay county Mr. and Mrs. Marion Loose, Lake ity, were Sunday guests of the former's sister, Mrs. J. T. Snydar* ' Many Fenton people attended! ft shower for Mrs. Paul Eigler at f Lotts Creek schoolhouae Sunday* Ed Priehe and William Haase mN tended a stock sale at Spencer: laat Thursday. , _^ The W. R. Wolfes were at 01661 Schmidt's. Buffalo Center, Sunday* Stock Sales Books at the Advance $ WfflTE'S GROCERY Week-end Specials Jell Powder, 4 pkgs. 15c Champion Lye, 2 cans I5c Fancy Sweet Pickles, qt — 25c Milk, tall cans, 5 for 29c Peaches, sliced No. 2 1-2 tins **« Swans Down Cake Flour 26e Calumet Baking Powder, Ib 23c Kellogg Corn Flakes, large pkg Coffee, good quality, 3 Ibs 50c Fancy Delicious Apples Fancy Grimes Golden Apple Special price on canned goods in case or dozen lots. piuiiuK. raagusicK, unaries uny, wasi 1 " 0 •" : IVj" i '+„ -n-m Mrs. John Light and speaker on the health of children; conveniences added much to the accompanied them . John E. Gronaeth spoke on reerea> TOmn B- The Program was opened tional games; and Edith Holstrom, with community singing, and wel-- Lonc Rock Klne ,„ Tied _ Town Citv rliqrnsspd dental hvel- come was S lven to tlle teacneis 01 rp n ^jgjj sc ] 100 i pi ay ed its first one One hindredf eighteen per- the township of whom four were ball game under the new C o ach sons registered There were 32 of- Present, the Misses Gorden, Lucille Ml ._ Agard, here against Lone Rock fickU Sates' Hantleman, Margaret Place, and Friday and tne score W as a tie 0 fa 'Heng. Lawrence Brennan, Palo 6 . 6( in t h e eighth inning. Alto county - 1 "' """''" Robert Budlong 'entertained last I on tnp - AAA Thursday after school in honor of its 13th birthday. Attending: Earl ., Forest Ames Stecker, $146.10; Sons, $107.40; Henry Peter Gray & Ubben, $105.90; A. Schram, $103.80; Ray Welp, $103.20; Chris Brandt, $99.30. Graham Bros., $99.00; Aggo Janssen, $97.80; Wm. Welhousen $96.90; J. A. Harms, $94.80; Mrs A. L. Schiltz, $93.90; H. A. Nelson $92.40; E. F. Bruns, $87. Ubbe Winter, ?84.30; Ben U Meyer, $82.80; Geo. Wiegand Carl Mienke Appendix Out— uy U.6CU1., oyuao on Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry work. Miss Eager, Mienke, had an appendicitis oper • - - •• at an Emmetsburg hospita day last $81.30; Simon Smidt 0.70; Albert Loeschen, $77.10; Frank Meyer, $75.60; Geo. L, Schmidt, $75.30. Titonka Entertains District P. T. A. A regional P. T. A. meeting was held this week Tuesday at the Methodist church here. The dis- and D., had returned to to await better State Teachers College— and Mrs. N. I, Morness took aughter Margaret, and Helen Ber to Ames Friday, where trict includes Emmet, Winnebago, and Kossuth counties, also part of Hancock. Dinner was served by the Methodist Aid. The program follows: call to order, Mrs. M. b Craven, local president; community singing; invocation; meaning pi regional conferences in the V. i A. Movement, a Mrs. Kurd; Guiding Principles in National Congress Projects, a Mrs. Nefsger; Publicity or the Local Unit Packet, a Mrs Kushner; Congress Publications, Mrs Kurd. There were round ta- Ible conferences in the afternoon. Dorothy Budlong, Patty Ball, Verdeen Boyken, Marjorie Peterson, Harris Smith, Maxine Stott, Raymond Rickleffs. Bonn TTA is Organized— A parent-teachers association was organized in the Doan neighborhood Friday under the direction of Mrs. Luvia Craven, county chairman. Mrs. Gordon Hansen is the president, Viola Slack, secretary- .reasurer. Voman's Olul) Has Picnic— Mesdames French, Faul, Dunmire, Oesterreicher, and Sartor vere hostesses at a picnic west of town last week Tuesday for the ast social meeting this season of .he Woman's club. the ae wa i unable » _ Ben Weislirods Visit Here— Cliillv Weather Halts Fishing— M 'S Craven, Lee 0. Wolfe, Marl Bacon, and Ubbe Winter returned last week Tuesday from a fishing vacation in Minnesota. They founc the fishing not good, because o cold weather. Fence Protects locomotive A solid board fence 15 feet higl and of considerable length is be ing built where the old roundhouse used to stand as a protec- |Laurence , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus en« Jacobson, Hantleman, .tertained at a birthday card party Schneider, and Schroeder. Saturday evening in honor of the Mr ™s. Ben weTsbTod and Other Fenton News. heir sons Gordon, Paul, and John Mrs. Fred Miller, Spring Valley, arrived Friday from Boise, Ida., to 111., and her sons Frederick and visit relatives and old friends be- | Richard are visiting at the Roy ore moving to a new home in Pennsylvania. They went west six 'ears ago, thinking the climate I vould benefit Mr. Weisbrod's lealth. They were entertained at family dinner at John Light's Sun- ] day, and attending were the L. G. Newels, Hartley, the Clarence Weisbrods, Ringsted, the Elmer Weisbrods, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, Ernest Weisbrod, Mary Alice Gibbons, and Mrs. Kate Newel. Two Quilting Parties Given— The Auxiliary entertained at quilting parties last week Wednesday and Thursday. Attending Mrs. Emma Ruske returned last week Monday from three days at Emerson Bailey's, Dodge Center, Minn, She accompanied the Carl Eberts, Whittemore. Russell Geronsin and Melvin Warner took Durwood Eigler to Griswold last week Tuesday after the wedding of his brother Paul to Elsie Kohlwes. Earl Wallace and Frank Dreyer returned last Thursday from Hollandale, Minn., where they had for three weeks helped harvest pota- ;oes. Mrs. George Seims and her daughter Shirley accompanied Delbert Hantleman to Minneapolis Saturday to visit relatives till Sunday. Earl Haase, Fairmont, visited his mother, Mrs. Carrie Haase, Sunday, and his sister Mynne went to Fairmont with him to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Kraus and the son Edmund went to Ames Sunday SEALED TYPEWRITER RIBBONS Mean that the ribbon you buy here is fresh A ribbon with, the ink as fresh, as it comes from the factory is assured purchasers of typewriter ribbons at the Advance, for these ribbons are SEALED at the factory to prevent evaporation, drying out, and deterioration. ' «HUi*. And what's more, they cost you no more, i ; Kossuth County Advance East of Courthouse. Look back Wednesday were Mesdames •->• vw A1.LUUQ J,' 1 lUttJf f Yl liVl ^ Iris expected to enter school. pr, they changed their minds Buttermakers in Meet Here- getting there and went to Ce- " ' ^ ' J instead. ; Teacher is Mother— 1 friends have received an- ement of the birth of a son to _md Mrs. Olene Jacobson, I'lnger, September 17. The ^ons are former Burt resi- and she -.aught here before iHiuniiuiiciB »" -ii"v ----- !•„„ A buttermakers' monthly meeting was held here last Thursday at the Coliseum and in the I. 0. o. *. hall.- Speakers were Professoi Iverson, Ames, of the ice cream department; Doctor Olson, Ames and R. O. Storvick, manager of the State Brand creameries at Mason City. While the men listened to the speakers at the I. p-. 0 -/'^ the women were entertained at the tion for the Rock this winter. Island engine Shower Honors Annie Brands— " A shower given this week Tuesday night at the Lutheran church for Annie Brands, who is to be married to Chris Meyer October 3. Boy for the Telko Steckers— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Telko Stecker Monday, first in the The l ne e -• club this season will be he d week Thursday at Mary Ball s. leader will be Mary Budlong and iwriage. ;Jfordi ns Buy House— ^ Iver Nordins have purchased I is known as the James Foster •Sand will take possession oeveral other moves will be , soon. The Roy Clarks will 'into the home they recently pterians Entertain M, E, Aid- p Presbyterian Mite society .— f - [tovited the members of the is art. There Nt Aid society to be its by Mayme Peterson who^ — - o£ IJ 'on Wednesday afternoon, of her trip this• Bummei in pan I afternoon the Aid is being en- the east and Canada. IJed by the Good Hope Aid t p T§ A^rfe.-- . ' Mrs Geo. Bonacker and ^ Cla, Picnlc8 _ l-SSffii^^ °at Park last Thursday family. Other Titonka News. Coach Dunmire, his wife and UOacil KUI"""*-! •— ; ', , „ Supt. and Mrs. Hoon attended a pesident The next ,e held at Algona in October m connection with the annual teach- Bonacker enter- J. A. Schwartz, Emma Curry, Emma Ruske, John Newel, W. E. Stoeber, George Boettcher, 0. H. Graham, Harry Widdel, and E. C. Weisbrod; hostesses, Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mrs. Hans Baago. Attending Thursday were Mesdames William Stamer, W V Yager, A. J. Krause, Henry Lindsey, R. W. Wolfe and George Boettcher; hostesses, Mrs. Hairy Widdel and Mrs^E^C. Fauerby. Jentzes Are Dinner Hosts— Mr and Mrs. George Jentz entertained at dinner Sunday. Attending- Mr. and Mrs. Weber Yager, the Walter Krauses, the Walter Jentz- es the Clarence Theesfields, the Fred Jentzes, the Delbert Hannas, the F F. Muellers, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgrarn, Arthur Muellers, Theodore Krueger, and Alma ana Harold. The afternoon and evening were spent at cards. Methodist W. F. M. S. Adds Seven- Seven new members have joined the Methodist W. F. M. S.: Mes- PRICE -and don't worry, you'll get this famous SaH^^lsrSSs^-"* asimilar supper Algona, last I Qin_ • and at- here. th av . similar Party and at- for a vs . and the show in Algona after- „ Walter Hanna, Cba ^ C V I Charles Hanna cedar and Mrs. Fred Yopp, Mr. won the high score; Mrs. Pendergast, Mrs COLD WAVE COMING Repair your furnace or boil er early and save yourself grief later. HOLTZBAUEK'S TIN SHOP Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal 117 S. Dodge. Phone 8 and Dr. W. T. din- Minneapolls Friday to| cgue 5o »»"*• George Hanna funeral. The C. C. 10 Wolf Point, Mont.. Peters were _._. •~Arn w i tll tnem The Uer guests at the i>. returned to Minneapolis home. n . w ^^ enter tained S URE, you'll hear a lot of talk about "special discounts"-"floor level prices-and other so-called bargain claims. Did it ever occur to you that our friends talk so much about price because they know that their tires can't stand up against the biggest sensation of the year-our "G-3" All-Weathers? Don't let them kid you-the tire to buy is the tire with 43% longer non-skid mileage at no extra price! That's what the "G-3" gives you. Gome in and see for yourself! Mrs. C. been n, i£ H?* ^by. of Blmorei iffSSittiT. VUW| * * F^ay af£ ra ) t ,I eturne(J hoiae S u - "da f *&*** her dawgh- ua W Iowa f!l*w ft»i> 8- Bertha the left they ^r^lMrsXwisLarsen MwSaytor Chicago, where will visit £jf*? a - Amiret, ^%a»i d a M ;!or Z Tvislt V Uh relatives. ' New Fall Hats $2.95 Every new idea of fashion portrayed in this brand new collection . . . tricornes and bicornes with a piquant air about them . . . brims that droop effectively and off-the- Face types and pill boxes that flatter in a different manner. THE ELITE SHOP Here's what you get in Goodyear's new "G-3"! You get the broader road contact ot a flatter, wider All- Wmath*T TrmalL nil of which add* up to MORE NON Deldutch Super Service , CAB WASHING AND BRAKE EXIDE BATTBBIES ARVIN HOT WATER HEATERS Fo* any »«*« »f «wl

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