Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1938 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1938
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PAY, JANUARY 6, 1938, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA L IOWA PAGE SEVEN ELBERT, ITTEMORE, •S SUNDAY Ire, Jan. 5—A pall of Ing over the community liming at the news o£ " >f Mrs. Peter Elbert. died Sunday morning 3 on the farm at 4:30 stroke. She had not well for the past sev- but death was .unex- irt "was born at Lour- tovember 1, 1862, and ,d to Peter Elbert on 2 at Lourdes, 111., and her husband to this in 1895. They lived eal Ltddy farm one moving 'to their own „„ Mr. Elbert had pur- p.894. They had planned spring from the „„„ rented it to their 'ho will take possession They had also planned ie winter in California 'eon Charles, and lat;town. shtldren were born to l. Elbert, all of whom, Jlbert survive. There 'daughters and eight ' Leo Walters, Mrs. lUghn, Mrs. Mike Sch- here, and Mrs. Huli, ,of West Bend; Otto, Earl, Andrew, all of George, of Algona, ,„ Los Anglesl Calif., fof Pocohantas. There ree sisters, Mrs. Mike . Joe Eisle, and Mrs. Jlbert, in Whittimore; [her, Frank Kerker, of "' I., and. 25 grandchild- great grandchlld- JLOCALS Jhree | ; services were hfcld Ibrning at 9:30 in St atholic church with n. Veit in charge and jat the Catholic cem- fwest of town. f, Honored— ; : Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh at a 1 o'clock dinnei ,>honor o£ Mr. Cava Jgh, of Fort Bodge, and laugh's sister and fam- ^rents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. Sd Mrs. Bert Gotch, of Creek Dinner— L^ose from here who P> o'clock dinner at Ed- In Lotts Creek wore Meyer family, Hugo Meyers', Henry ..„ Meyers, and Her-' and Myrtle Barber. ,„„ Mr. and Mrs. John i, was employed in the ig store at Emmets- to Algona Monday U1 .. B ,, IW , clerk in the Zender itngptb're. Pat formerly had •-'^«-£j|. Zender & Caldwell. jit Whittemore. •jFtetenian formerly of !*i who has been in 1 -since the death of er Dunn, was raov- oi'J^ax^ro to help out tempo- fy&ilitnother priest is called ••"^^^—d. parish. _r, employed at Geo. who had a two week Iring the holiday sea- lit with her mother, isMuller, Whitte-more. I'Hurley, who is now fhool at Rolfe and fthe Whittemore high |;year, ; spent Sunday ,'iends here, fMrs. Herbert Potratz, I, Algona, spent Sun- nome of Mrs. Potratz's and Mrs. H. F. I'-Mrs. Art Heklenwith, ftfth and daughter Mrs. ebers and her son jnt Sunday at Henry .ear Lone. Rock, ace Muller and family •}ce Fickbohm, "Whitte„ Herman Thilges, St. INOW. Year's guests of Fat Cylinder. I Mrs. Curtis Sheidier ; ft nd daughter Murdolia Year's day with the ^-ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J,at Barnuin. ftward Burke returned to bton Monday after a the'holidays with his Eifik Burke, and Ella JJliam Higgins retunred jjix City Sunday aftei She holidays with hei „.,.... Don Sylvester, land Mary Origer, and tiers of Mr. and Mrr. er, spent last week fives in Dunuque. pson, who teaches at pent the holidays at the ners, Harvey and Wai- Eon homes. |Mrs. Peter Schumacher, |nd Edward, spent New with relatives in | Thilges, St. Joe, spent ad at the home of Mrs. |ler, Whittemore. Father John Cullen of spent Sunday at the ohon Cullen'a. [Brogan, of Lake City, •week at his brother A. Mrs. Minnie IJllnluimn spent the week-end at Fort Dodge with relatives. Mrs. Geo. F. Free, of Garner was a guest of the Maurice McMahons Thursday. Lyilla Meyers, Waverly, was a New Year's visitor here visiting friends and relatives. Lewis McWhorter took a carload of cattle to Chicago Saturday night, returning Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell moved into tho Wm. Dau house Friday afternoon from the Vera apartments. Mr. ami Mrs. Alvin Weber, of of Lu Verne, and their small son, Jerry, were Now Year's guests of the Irving Urohs. Tho E. IV. Yan Dorstons, Armstrong, are again at Sarasota, Fla., for the winter. They are staying t the Hotel Poinsetta. Margaret Mldilleton, of Eagle ^rove, was a guest of her aunt, Irs. N. C. Rico, from last week 'hursday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Holt, Fort Madison were New Year's Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt, 'he men are brothers. Mrs. Harold Gilmore took her daughter Mary Louise back to Ames Tuesday, the latter having spent the holidays at home. Virginia Morck returned to her school duties Thursday at the university of Minneapolis, where she is a freshman this year. Mury Gisch, primary teacher a Pioneer, returned Sunday nigh after two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisch. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McConnell of Nevada spent New Year's with Kathaleen Holtzbauer, who is the cashier at Christensen's store. Jninos Griffith and Catherine McCo.ll, Des Moines, were New Year's guests of Catherine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. •Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Capener, Terril, were Sunday dinner guest of the H. M. Olsons. The Mesdames Capercr and Olson are sis- t Gl'S Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buck and family spent the Christmas week end at LaMohi with Mrs. Buck's Mirents Mr. and Mrs. Henry R- Wilier. , . . Frances Hough, senior student at the University of Iowa, returned Monday after two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough. Ruy Jones, Ford-du-Lac, Wis., who has visited his mother, Mrs. J D. Peck, during the Christmas holidays returned last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johansen, Jr and Mrs. Esther Helberg and children, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Alvin Weber, Lu Verne. " Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass, Strahn, brought their daughter, Mrs. Wai-, ter Roberts home Sunday after having, visited there during ;bhe holiday season. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huonhold, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doherty spent New Year's eve at Clear Lake and Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Robinson and daughter Jan returned last w*.=k Wednesday for a Christmas holiday vacation with Mr. Robinson's parents at Kansas City. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker took their son Durw.ood back to Ames Sunday to resume college studies after spending the ^holidays here. HP. is a sophomore this year. . Irene' Brnger, with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Drager, vere New Year's guests of the Ralph Stewards, Suit. Irene op- crates Irene's Beauty Shop here. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kemis spent he New Year's holidays with cheir respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kemis, and. Mr. and rtrs. O. M. Cummings, at Spen-. home his t Artificial Legs. &an. 5—John Arbogast jy tor Omaha to b3 flt- Mi'tlcial legs. Mr. Arbo- I were amputated below Ihecause of diabetes. In p affliction he is again fin his wheel chair and la jolly mood. Mrs. John |ccompanled him. Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Storck, Minneapolis, with their son Ted spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday with the G. F. Townefs. Mrs. Storck and Mrs. Towne are sisters. , l)r. and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud and Mrs. J. H. DeLaney, all of Des Moines, were New Year's weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 'Boswell. Mrs. DeLaney is Mrs. Boswell's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Furst were New Year's eve guests or the former's brother, Hans; Rutland. The group spent the evening at Fort Dodge. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. G, Walrath were New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madson, of Britt. Sunday they were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Davis, of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold took Mrs. Wm. Aalderks to her home at Lakota Sunday. She had spent New Year's with the Huen- holds. Mrs. Aalderks is Mrs. Huenhold's mother. Bertha Waterman, Rock Island 111., returned home Saturday .after spending the holidays here with her sister, Mrs. A. Schnepf. She is a Latin teachesr in a Rock sland high school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, and Mr and Mrs. Gerhard Wittkopf spent Sunday with the Elbert Witt- kopfs, Lotts Week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Wittkopf are the parents of Mrs. Jacobs and Gerhard. Mrs. Edna Shilts, and son Fred of the Brownell Shoe Store, and friend, Clara Chipman, teacher at the Lakota schools , spent New Year's day with Mrs. Shilts s brother, Geo. M. Walter, at Mll- f °Mr, and Mrs. S. O. Anderson spent the holiday week-end at Mitchell, S. D., with Mrs. Anderson's parents. Mr. Anderson returned last week Monday, but went back Friday to bring wife. Mr. anil Mrs. P. J. Waldron and children, Donna Jean and Gary, returned Sunday eveing from a two week vacation during the Christmas holidays with their parents, who live at Jackson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamil, Maon City, returned to their home laving spent the holiday season lere. Ruth McMahon went back o Garner with them Sunday even- ng to resume her teaching duties here. L. T. Griffin, and Earl Uroh, »oth of West Concord, Minn., were ;uests at the Irving Urch home rom a week ago Sunday till Wednesday. Mr. Griffin is the grand- 'ather and Earl a brother of Irving. Iliith Kennedy, of Hutchinson, Kans., left Wednesday after three weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Mabel Sorensen. Mrs. Sorensen l ook her as far as Mason City, where the latter returned via the Rock Island train. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Worley returned Sunday after two weeks at Des Moines and Hazelton with relatives. Mr. Worley is district manager of the National Reemployment Service, which has its headquarters here. The W. .T. Fullers were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Maurer, Spencer. Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Maurer are sisters. The Maurer's daughter, Margaret, returned with the Fullers after a visit here since Thusday. Mrs. Tlioo Ilerbst has, been suffering from a severe carbuncle which is on the cords o f her neck. She was confined at the hospital for a week before Christmas although she was able to be homo for Christmas day. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Vigars took daughter Margaret to Mason City Sunday and she took the train to Chicago. She is a graduate of the state teachers college, and is now taking a post-graduate course at the University of Chicago. Gertrude Zender,. student at Clark college, Dubuque, returned Tuesday aftoi\ having spent New Year's with her father, Frank Zendor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamil, Mason City, were week-end guests at the Zender home. . Charles Cret/meyer left for Boston Mass., New Year's night af- ter'having spent the holidays, here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H Cretzmeyer. Charles is a senior at Harvard university and will complete his pre-medical course this year. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Hansen of Blue Earth, spent New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Johnson. The Mesdames Hansen and Jonnson are cousins. Mr. Johnson, who is a city mail carrier, has been ill for the last throe weeks at his home. John Chrlstcnsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. .Christensen, who had been here for the holidays, went to Ames Thursday where he took a train to Kansas City, and thence to Flagstaff, Ariz., where he will attend college the next semester. , The H. C. Andersons, moved Sunday into the Pratt tenant house on W. Nebraska from the Charlie Wheeler apartments on E Call. The Pratt house has just been remodeled. Mr. Anderson is a member of'the Anderson riteway grocery store firm. Mrs. Jennie Ilreen, Titonka, moved to Algona a week ago Monday to live with her daughter, Stella Mae Breen, stenographer for J. L. Bonar. Mrs. Breen and Stella Mae are at home in one of the C. S. Johnson apartments on south Minnesota street. Mrs. C. D. Sclmav and Dons Reynolds went to Minneapolis Monday for several days visit with friends. Miss Reynolds and Mrs. Schaap are .sisters, and the former is a manager of a educational' book company and her territory includes several states. Mrs. G. F. Towne and her daughter Betty Lou took. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Burnham back to Charles City a week ago Sunday, returning last week Tuesday. Mrs. Burnham, the former Burdine Towne, and her husband had spent Christmas here with the Townes. The Kov. W. G. Muhlemnn reports that as aftermath of the recent ministerial corn-picking contests he has received letters and cartoons from all parts of Iowa and four other states—California, Alabama, Illinois, West Virginia. There was a big write-up in a Chicago paper. Mrs. Harvey Wadsworth left Monday morning for her home at Defiver, Colo. Her sister, Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster, left the same day for Des Moines. The women were here to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Jeanette "Aunt Jen" Wadsworth, and to look utter the estate. Mrs. Martin Coonnn, Emmetsburg spent the New Year's holiday with the M. J. Streits. In tho afternoon of New, Year's day the Streits, Mrs. Coonan, and Jack and Harold Streit, who are students at Loyola, called on many friends at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Coonan is Mrs. Streit's mother. Mabel ,Sordnson, her daughter Jeanetto, and the former's sister, Ruth Kennedy, Hutohinson, Kand,, with Lars Sorensen and daughter Frances, spent Christmas with the Harry Mai toys, Marshalltown, and the, next day with the Warren Reeces, New Providence. Mrs. Mai loy and Mrs. Reece are daughters of Lars. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Riggen- berg, and Cecil Riggeriberg, of Newton, were New Year's holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rig- genberg. The men are brothers. Sunday the entire group went to Ringsted where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Denson, an uncle and aunt of the Messrs. Riggenherg. Sniit and Mrs. J. H. Thurau, of Stratford, came the day before Christmas for a visit with Mrs. Thurau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell. They also visited Mr. Thurau's parents at Luverne, Minn. They left for home Friday. Mrs. Thurau is the former Lelia Windell. Their two children, a boy and a girl, were with them. Irene and Ellen Elson and Eilen McCabe, all of Clare, called on Mary Gisch, a week ago Monday. Miss McCabe teaches a rural school near Pioneer, and Mary teaches in the primary department of a Pioneer school. Mary attended an alumni banquet at Lone Rock Wednesday night, she being a graduate of that school. Mrs. Walter Good entertained during the Christmas holidays, and her guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Benner, Anamosa, and Mr. and Mrs. George Good, Spirit Lake. Mr. Good is a son of the hostess, and Mrs. Benner a daughter. Mr. Benner is manager of the Bell telephone exchange at Anamosa, and Mr. Good is a railway express agent. The Ilev. W. G. Muhlemnn went to Sioux City Monday, December 27 to attend an important meeting of the Methodist hospital directors. He also attended exercises at which a life-size portrait of Dr. J. B. Trimble was unveiled and placed in the reception room of the hospital. Doctor Trimble, well known here, was founder of the hospital. The portrait was done by a Chicago artist. John Bishop, who is a student at the University of Iowa, and who has been at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, during the holiday season returned to school Monday.. Ruth, his sister, who had spent the holidays here left last week Wed- nesday for Dubuque, where she was a house guest till Sunday, when she returned to Iowa City, where she is an instructor. Ifn/el 1'oticr was a house guest of the- Dr. II. G. Deckers, of Des Moines, during the New Year's holiday. Alta Albright, Konosha, Wis., Hazel's aunt, who had been here visiting her mother, Mrs. Fred Albright, and other relatives returned to Des Moines with Hazel last Friday. Hazel returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan, who came Saturday from Des Moines for the weekend. tflgnrd Fnrdnl, music instructor at Adcl, went back Sunday to resume is teaching duties after a visit since last week Tuesday with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Mrs. Fardal will stay till the latter part of the week to be with her mother, who is recuperating from a minor operation which she underwent at the Kossuth hospital a week ago Tuesday. Mrs. Blossom was taken home from the hospital Friday and is doing well. The Itev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman had as holiday guests Mr. Muhleman's brother, T. Lee, Perryville, Mo., and Mrs. Muhleman's sister, Mrs. Alice Venink, Los Angeles, who came to spend the rest of tho winter. T. L., who is 72, is a retired farmer, and notwithstanding his years he has been enjoying the skating at the soft water pond and the river, as has that devoted outdoor man, Mr. Muhleman, also. Mr. Muhleman claimed Friday that he had not fallen down once this season so far. West Bend The M. T. Munson family had Sunday dinner at their son Howard's, near Graettinger. The Home Study class held meeting for December with the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Needing, Friday afternoon. . Oscar Kiley has purchased another new Chevrolet truck for his business. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cleophus Derner, near Whittemore, Monday evening, wirs. uei- ner's mother, Mrs. Frank Sweeney, has been there since Sunday, and will remain to cave for her daughter and new grandrton. Mrs. Derner was formerly Rita Sweeney. John Convener has purchased the lot across-south from the telephone off ice-from the city. Ho plans to build a building lor the now liquor store. The city did at one time contemplate en building a town hall on the sit3. The, city jail is located on the west end of th Ge°ma Schutter returned to Wesley Sunday to continue teacii- m Mr and Mrs. A. D. deal, RoUe, were' visitors Friday with then- daughter, Mrs. Myron. Boos. Loiraine and Byron Boos went home with them to spend New Year's. The Joe Balk home is under Quarantine, the granddaughter, Mary Lou Hauptman, has scarlet fever, but is recovering. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks were entertained at the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dimond, at Britt Sunday. Forrest, Darrel, and Pearl Kathryn Adolf, and Erman Adolf, Hartley, and Vincent Schmitz, Clear Lake, spent New Year's day with the Win. J. Martinek's. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mertz, Ottosen, moved to their farm Thursday. It was vacated recently by the Rao Blacks, who moved to their farm near Burt. A group of young people were entertained at cards at A. B. Venteicher's December 28. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wolf entertained the Weekly 500 club last week Tuesday at five tables of cards. Mrs. Leander Seefeld was reported ill last week. Mr. and Mrs. August Grendler and son Paul, Armstrong, the -lenry Metz family, and the Henry Brandt family, both of Britt, spent Now Year's day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres, ind also helped their father celebrate his birthday. Rachel Metz, of Britt, who had visited her grandparents for several days, returned home with her parents. I Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wolf and! three daughters were New Year's day dinner guests at Floyd Duncan's, near Burt. Shirley Wolf spent New Year's day with her friend, Thelma Uppedahl, in Wesley. Barbara Jean Hott, student at Gates college, Waterloo, returned Sunday after a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Hott. The A. B. Venteicher family and Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Venteicher were dinner guests New Year's ,' of Harold Knecht's parents near Whittemore. The yan Hanson family, which has lived a mile north of the Doan church for ten years, moved to their new home at Ottosen New Year's day. They will operate a store there. Gladys Pacts', and Cyril Von- teicher, employed at Mankato, Minn., spent tho week-end at home. Mr. n.nd Mrs. Wm. J. Martiuek visited Friday at 0. M. SchmiU's at Clear Lake, and Vincent Snhmitz returned with them for a visit. WHICH FOUR TOWNSHIPS IN Kossuth county are longer than others? Which four townships, are shorter? Get your new 1937 plat book at the Advance office. It shows. Only $3 plus tax. Cash with mail orders. otf 1988 The year the big writers toll us It is goiiif? to be a go- getter. Go-getter or not you will make no mistake by starting 1088 with LONG'S The place to buy Tare Groceries and Meats. Good honest food Try LONG'S BLANK BOOKS for BUSINESS MEN and FARMERS Day Books, Ledgers, Journals. All sizes at very reasonable prices. Letter Files, Board Files, Memorandum Books. Some Special Small Ledgers for Farm Records. 'sDrugStore FRIDAY MIDNIGHT SHOW, 11 P. 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