Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR K6flStittt (JOtNW Former Lakotan Passes in Wisconsin MRS, STELSEL, PIONEER HERE, IS DEAD AT 86 Lakota, Dec. 7—Mv. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht returned Thursday evening from Waupun, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Stelsel, who was a resident of this vicinity for 45 years. Anna Sleyster Stelsel was born June 20, 1852, in Alto, Wis., and was there married to Garrett Stelsel. After their marriage they came to Kossuth and bought a farm where they lived for many years, later moving to Germania, where Mr. Stelsel and Mrs. Stelsel's brother, Henry Sleyster, manage:! an Implement shop. The Stelsels had no children, but took a little girl, Lily Cunningham, and raised her as their own daughter. She later married W. E. Gutknecht, and died 21 years ago. The Stelsels three years later moved back to Waupun, and Mr. Stel- sel died five years ago. Since that time Mrs. .Stelsel made her home with two sisters, Mrs. Duit- nmn, and Miss Cora Slyvester. She also is survived by two brothers, B. W. Slyster, South Bellingham, Wash., and H. J. Sleyster, Snohomish, Wash. Funeral services were held at the Beyers funeral home with the Rev. E. H. Tar- els, of the First Reformed church, in charge. While living here for 45 years the Stelsels kept in touch'with the old home town as they made 45 visits there during that time. The old Stelsel farm is now occupied by the Ahrend Hans family. A large bouquet of yellow and THE POCKETBOOK KNOWLEDGES THE CUVTOM OF •DRINKING : HEALTH "ORISINATEP IN MEC7IEV4L TIME* WHEN THE HOST VMA* EXPECTEP TO PRINK FIRST TO SHOW THAT THE BEVERAGE HAP NOT BEEN POI50NEP •JINCE I90O, LABORS SHARE OF EACH DOLLAR RECEIVED BV THE STEEL INPUSTRV FROM *ALE OF PROPUCT* HAS INCREA^P PUCK* CAN FLY AT A SPEEP OF 5? M/ifS AN HOUR./ THERE WERE II,I7ROOO VACUUM CLEANER* IN U&E IN THE U>*. LAVT VEAR COMPARED WITH 9,2flO,OOO IN 1931 AN INCREASE OF NEARLY •2,OOO,OOO/ IN MANY EARLY COLONIAL HOME*. CHILDREN vt/BRE NOT ALLOWEP TO $ IT AT THE DINING TABLE, BUT HAP TO STAMP 0VTHE SIDE OF THE TABLE DURING THE ENTIRE MEAL Thursday afternoon. After the business meeting the following pro— i '"»fv< wuiiiiuuL Ul yeUU\V ailU I wuoiiiuos lUCCLlug Lilc J-UllUWlllg JJIU- white chrysautliemums was sent | gram was given; roll call, Iowa to the family with the sympathy birds; attracting and feeding sons son Rodney's fourth birthday. guests were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gabel and the Ted Gabets, all of LedyardL iMr. and Mrs. George Ennen entertained several relatives a week ago Monday evening In honor of the fourth birthday of their daughter, Darlene. Mrs. Addie L. Seymour was In town Friday looking after business Interests and expects to leave for her home at San Diego, Calif., this week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton were 6 o'clock dinner guests at J. H. Wai-burton's Saturday In honor of Mrs. S. Wai-burton's birthday. The Harry Moes visited Mr. Moe's mother at Lake Crystal, Minn., Sunday. The senior Mrs. Moe Is quite ill at her home. The Methodist Aid had ' the church basement cleaned last week and also had a new range installed. The Vance Lesters spent the week-end visiting the former's parents at Boone. HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? Many will bo needing rooms soon. Try an Advance For-Rent ad. YOUR MEMORIAL WHILE YOU of Lakota friends. August Gutknecht, father of W. birds in winter, Mrs. Irene An- December 16 and ending April 15. Keith Thaves, Hurt, nephe'w of the women will take Mr. Hertzke's place in the store. dereon; conservation of spring i Follow-Up Lesson Given— Mesdames J. E. "O"' 31 ' *-" UHV11CU11L, IcllIltU OI VV . »-*Gl»wli, I.U11QC1 V tllll^ll Ul tipllllg E. Gutknecht, accompanied thej bird s- Mrs. Margaret Warburton. Gutknechts as far as Avoca, Wis., i Tll e Christmas meeting will be where he visited his brother Frsd,! wi th Mrs. W. E. Ley and gifts will ' j be exchanged. Project Meeting Is Held— j Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Mrs.' Shower for November Bride- George Ennen held a follow-up! Mrs. C. G. Frye entertained 30 project meeting at Heetland's relatives and a few neighbors Fri- Friday on the first lesson, Cost of day evening at a miscellaneous Adequate Meals, and six new wo-1 shower honoring her son's wife, men attended: Mesdames Anna j Mrs. Robert Ogilvie. The young a™£?*:. n!f! e j: ^. ensen U WH 110 l )e °P le ™re_ married November 2, •-• • •" w*.*u^*i*, 11 a,j Lie Gardner, George Winter, Ray Winter, and Vance Lester. The following menu was served at noon: and are making their home with the Fryes till March 1, when they will move to a farm in Minnesota. " ••"••> *"-' "-" "•*• "<-iuu. "in muve to a larm in Minnesota. Cheese and bacon sandwiches,, Mrs. Ogilvie was formerly Irene buttered vegetables, cinnamon ap-jPirsig pie salad on lettuce, lemon cake! ,t was given in the afternoon. Another Auto Accident Another automobile accident in which the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olthoff, Faye and Feme, and their sister Norma, figured, happened Saturday as the girls were driving west from their home. The car struck loose gravel near the Clarence Edwards farm, and went into the ditch turning over twice, but fortunate! v. aside from some 'bruises, the girls were not injured. The car was considerably damaged. Surprise 'Visits are Made— Mrs. J. E. Telcamp and her mother, Mrs. A. A. Blome, were much surprised Saturday when several relatives drove in for a visit. Guests were a niece, Mrs John Ditzler and children, Grinnell, another niece, Mrs. Arthur Pavek and husband, Mason City, and a nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. Blome, Royalton, Minn. Some just spent the afternoon but those from Grinnell stayed till Sunday. „ -n the Thaves „„«„ ,-, grocery store, has been appointed as auxiliary mail carrier for Lakota for four months, beginning -. —. Telcamp and Carl Rippentrop held a follow-up , project lesson at the former's last jweek with Mesdames Glaus Dan- I iels, John Furst, Hans Beenken, Al- |vin Rippentrop and A. A. Blome • present. Commercial Club Meets— A group of 19 commercial club members attended the monthly business meeting and dinner at the Methodist church, Thursday evening. Both B. B. Teams Lose— Lakota boys' and girls' basket ball teams played at Ledyard last week Tuesday evening and lost both games. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland entertained relatives Sunday at a birthday dinner in honor of their In this most enduring purchase of your lifetime, you will value the opportunity to per. tonally approve the material, design, execution and cost of your family memorial. A selection made at this time, with full consideration of the values involved, means the best selection possible. 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