•We were- at Del •>Marl»w'ff, a. half KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQQNA, IOWA PAGE lle ' ia»i. ——- wcek Mondav > antl Bel's two boys, missed a familiar Robert, 12, and James, 6, showed •became known us a pair of twin colts, dropped of the death on iy the preceding Saturday. The toys said they had already named ..... the newcomers. They call one to bed arid a FltiBer; the other, Molly. The boys .," but because didn't explain what "Fibber" sig- of had Verne relatives ^"'hurled in the local lend LTamlly had always 2f' : ,2 the Memorial day - Only the Saturday . pre- *";stie ; ''attended.,., a " ~" ral services were held ' u 5 West Bend, with'. bur- Lu Verne. played Thtirsdny, but he' was amctou» for rain. The ground In which he was working was like spring plowing, lumpy and hard. His corn, however, is coming along as good as any on this kind of ground. Mr. GRAYS, FORMER IRVINGTONIANS, VISIT FRIENDS Irvirt'gtou, June 5 •— Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Witlnebngo, Mitinv, were callers in this vicinity on Memorial day. They are formerly of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray, St. Cloud, Pla., are visiting TII " i , v; i» the north ami planned on spend- li0 " eCr Secd '" thnt ln«5 the latter part of last week PORTLAND NEIGHBORS IN SHOWER THURSDAY FOR MISS LETHA MANN neighborhood. R. M. Eichhorn, southeast of El- nlfled. The colts are both of dark I "'ore, said it was too hot to work, brown color. Twin colts are rare; the records show only one pair of twin colts In 25,000 colts dropped, when we called Thursday. At that he had finished cultivating for the second time, and some of his corn was nearly knee high without waiting for the Fourth. He was • | Planning on, going to Leach Lake nieedR from ,the Gum's- I ni \1lnnaontn er\r\n fr\,t n 1tMI».;ft«U __ __ _ on the average. * * * * we.called : la8t ^ ___ „_.„„ _ at William Fuerstenau's, a | in Minnesota soon"for aTlttiei'Tlsh- half .mile south of the Lotts Creek ing. R. M. has a pair of new life- ato-reV'sthe^ltttle^gli'l , was,.at, the.-flayers,,that he takes with him house, ana she said Mama and when he'goes out on the lake. R. Daddy were out back of the grove, M. said that his father, who lives planting seeds. We found them' at the south edge of Elmore, was at Winnebago. Robert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, also former Irvington, was married six months ago to a Florida girl. The bride has been anxious to see some snow here, but this Is tlhe wrong time of year. She has neV- er seen any. Portland Twp., June 5 — More than 100 women attended a mis- .r.ellaiieouS'shower at the BUrt lie- gion h'all Thursday honoring Letha Mann. The platform was decorated Ifh. pink and* Vrtitte flowers,, with •epe paper streamers. A parasol n the same colors was used for a enterpiece at the gift table. A program was given as folows: Song, The Little Brown Church n the Vale, all; piano solo, Eveyn Becker; song and tap dance r irginla and Mary McWhorter; vo- al selections seven 4-H Portland 'eppy Pals; duet, Virginia and tfary McWhorter, also solo by rtary. Mock wedding, by five of Letha's luplls—the bride, Virginia McWhorter; bridegroom .Evelyn [C *. • ~CT- •• • < .. o£ piano pupils Mrs. M&x Patterson i Wednesday at a re- i u, e Patterson home. Marie ^Bessie Schmidt, Thelma *"' Swanson, Grace and Jean -Marie ....d James Blii- l soios,"'and 6-year-old played a duet with Beverl Lentz'sang Ing the program:the was taken to the Model cafe, .Tefresnments were . served | s . Patterson. _ ni'Aid Meets Thursday— i Charles Hlnz was. hostess Sran Aid Thursday .at c . *«!*_..,. tiToo _ n ffnOfl- all right, and they were at work In their garden. Mr. and Mrs. Fuerstenau raise a fine garden every year. They said each of them was planting a different kind of garden seeds. I * * * * i Tom Berg is just now the busiest man in north Kossuth if you ask us. He lives southeast of Elmore, and at present he is having a new barn built, 36x64, with walls of hollow tile and a hip roof. • He will also build a new silo, 14x40. When we arrived Mr. Berg and some of the men were about to unload material that had come for the silo. We were sorry to learn that Mrs. Berg has not been well but she was planning a trip to New York City to visit the world's fair; but as Mrs. Mae Grobe was hurried to Algona last week Thursday even- Ing,- whi3ii..8he,-^became extremely weak because of continual bleeding from the gums. iShe had had two teeth extracted In the afternoon Since she bleeds readily, she had been given medicine for seyera for R. M. he would rather go fish- ( i nys to thicken 'her blood. Ing than take in the fair. LONE ROCK hurch. There was. a good- hurc. al undance, and after, busl- Rev Mr. Wlttenburg pre- Hallowed be tie Frank Flaig made a business trip to Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Donovan, Bellingham, Wash., spent last week at Mrs. Lillie Thompson's. Shore Family to Fort Dodge — Mrs. Howard Shore and the chll dren, who had 'been 'with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, several months, went to Fort Dodge Saturday to join Mi- Shore. who is now employed there Mrs. Shore had been teaching school in this vicinity. Crippled Boy Given Hope— Mrs. Alex Krueger 'entertained Duane Rlley was brought from 4 _ _ — . I r\M'.n **t*ir AA/n rt VI« d rt n V n tl ft no 1 last week Monday evening for Mrs. , Waterloo, and attend- Genrich, a lesson on Name" from the * Lord's , r The rest of the .afternoon ipent ! at-v|sltine. '• •••>••••«+• c at Ike TOW* 1>flrk ~ f, society had an annual pic- tthe town park Thursday, nests were the. Junior Auxil- Esther Merkle, Mrs. and Mr,s. Walter last week. * * * * Adolph Foth, who lives on the first farm south of Lone Rock, was taken home Sunday, after a critical sickness for some weeks at the Kossuth hospital with pneumonia. Miss Schwietert-' Is 'his nurse at homo, and she said Adolph would soi;.i r b(; out ir.r.l. ;it fofark ''again. '•' ^We "know • -him : Jor ii •».,*IW*lvr — — *~ ' *• -.-, 7ere on the program anu reports from the study book M |i Family — Mason is at the Edw. jine. at Charles City for •'weeks visit. The Masons C, R. and Floyd, the George iptons, Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. •Mason, Chicago, and the J. *eHels, Corwlth, had a tampering here on Memorial in Hoepner Loses,Mother— illlam Hoepncr and Gus.Rid- were called to Bloomington, byword of the death of their ier and sister respectively, accompanied by Mrs. hard worker, and whiles he htu; been sick he must havo fretted a good deal at having to stay Idle. * IK * * When we stopped Wednesday- at Elmer Wilmert's, southeast of Elmore, Mrs. Wilmert was just getting ready to attend, an Aid muettrrg: She toltt'us that she and.Mi:. i Wilmert always read news in the Advance the and farm wore tickled occasionally to come across a little of unser good alten Deutsch. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmert have one- boy, now two years and five months old, and he already drives a tractor! That is, he does when Daddy is with him, thogh he wants to handle the steering wheel alone and just as soon have Daddy Rlanchard keep hands off. His name is Har- there. ley, and he is one fine boy. * * * * We cross the line into Minnesota occasionally, and at Ernest 'Hundt's, east of Elmore, we found Blanchard, and W. G. Flaig. The 4^H club met Thursday with Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, and preparations were made for Rally day at Burt. Mrs. Hattie Sprank, her children, -and'Anna: Flaig- made 'a-.busl-: ness trip to Iowa City Thursday. Mrs. William Krause, former Lone.vRocker,.is visiting<here: .The D. W. Fernaus, who 'had had her property a, year, have moved to Pioneer, where D. W. will be school superintendent next year. Mrs. E. M. Jensen, her children, and Beulah Gladstone returned Friday from. Iowa City The Jensens visited relatives at near-by West Liberty, and Beulah visited her sister Margaret, studerit nurse at the "U" hospital. Carl and Bonita Jensen, West Liberty and Mrs. H. M. Osher and Mrs. F. W- Englund, Muscatine, came here with the Lone Rockers for a week of visiting. ' The A. A. Kruegers were Friday Kupper guests at Chester Alme's, Ottosen, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Iowa City Wednesday, and he i much encouraged as the result o his check-up there: His physician reported his cbnditoin favorable. Farm Hand is Sick- Ralph Ljlst, 'employed at th Herman Becker farm, was taken sick while at work in a field Wednesday. A physician found his blood out of order. many gifts. Lunch was served In a pink and White color' scheme, and little scrolls of paper concealed in the favors revealed the looked for information—"Letha Mann, Le Roy Lee, to be married June G. at Little Brown church, Nashua, and will live at Whittier, Calif." 'Mrs. Agnes Stewart wrote the names of guests and gifts In a book prepared for the honorec, who asked everyone to write a little token or at least tine name. The 4-H girls assisted in serving, In appreciatin of the faithful work Letha did two years ago as leader when the demonstration team placed second at the state fair, Hostesses were Mesdames Wayne and Stanley Keith, Ray McWhorter, J. P. Heiderscheidt, Wyott 15c Film Finished I5c Clip this ad and mail it 16 us with you: lilrri and I5c and we will finish the tlifh'. guaranteeing you 8 brilliant rievei tads prints and 2 double weight enlargements. PLASH FILM SERVICE La Cretit Wit. this offer expires Jnly IHJt. THIS CORN HMDS Becker;-minister, Mary "McWhor- Stott, Clyde Bristow, F. R. Rlngs- er! ring-bearer, Jafie Keith; flow-j dorf, G. O. McFarland, Tom Tren. ,girl, Joan,.McW.horter.'.. ' The '-4-H girls • were ? Dorothy • and Betty Stewart, Marilyn Long, Ruth McFarland, Lavina Jandl, Mar- I ary, W. J. Stewart, Ruth Brayton, '"'TV — ._•'_*! -i '.' Y"» I._ «'_.i A«.tf' T71 f\ UtTn M «' n « rt .. O. Mann, .and Martin Becker, 'also Lois Mann. Lefha had taught school four garet Ringsdorf, and Viola Tren-j years in Burt township, and the ary. Two teachers, Mary Tjaden, Wanda Waltman, and. a cousin, Nadine Mann, helped Letha unwrap last two in. Portland. Patrons of her. former school, with other friends, gave a shower for. her Saturday at Mrs. Gerald Brace's. Sick-looking corn is often ,only starved for potash. Wher» young corn plants growing on high-lime or "alkali" soils' • have yellow-streaked leaves with brown, scorched edge!,' you can be sure of this because such symptoms are sign* '•• of potash starvation. Use potash to bring this corn back into a healthy growing condition', which will insure a good yield. 1 SIDE -DRESSING Children's Pageant Planned— ..The .children, of the local 'Sun-, day school will present a- pageant,' Truths by the Wayside, next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Other IrYlngton. Bernadine Rlley recently spent more tAian' a- week, with an a:unt, Mrs. Roy Hlcklln, Woden. Practically all members of the Richard Leigh family have been sick'wi'th the flii. The Aid will meet Thursday .at the church, Mrs. Charles Egel hostess. Wesley Couple Announce Wedding December 25, 1937 Wesley, May 29—-Gesina Schutter and Clifford Munson announce their marriage at Herman, Minn., December 25,, 1937. They had kept their marriage a secret from everyone, and are now residing in the late Mrs. Kennedy house; The bridegroom is employed in the Exchange State bank and the bride taught 4th, 5.th, and 6th grades this-year. They are both graduates of the West Bend high school and the bride was graduated from ,Cpe. college and had taught at Goldfield before coming to Wesley The bridegroom attended businesi college at Mason* City. He was cm- 'ployed in a " bank at Herman Minn., before coming to Wesley The bride is the only daughter o LOTTS CREEK •Helping Mrs. Faulstlch celebrate a recent birthday anniversary were August Gade, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, daughter Gertrude, granddaughter Arlene Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer' Sr., son Elvin, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell, daughter Irene, Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, son Melvin, and the Werner Gades, all of Whittemore; and! the Emil Blerstedts, Fenton. Marie' Dreyer has 'been visiting the Alfred Meyers at Whittemore. The-Edw. Wichtendahls and Sharon and Mrs. Otto • Wichtendahl were ; Friday evening visitors .William Sell's, West;-Bend. • Mr. and .Mrs. William Rusoh Sr., Whittemore, the ; Otto Ruhnkes, the William Leiningers, artd the Arthur Rugch family we're last week Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter, and Tuegd evening'visitors at Martin the groom is the third son ^oi: Mr. • Meyer . s> the occasion being Mrs. and Mrs. M. T. Munson, of West : - Mey , e . r . s birthday. The Kenneth Bend. | Bellingers, Fenton, and Mr. and ; Mrs. Wilmar Wiehtendahl were at i Otto Wichtendahl's the same even- spent the afternoon and Mrs. Rlddell, leaving |Mrs.Hundf working' in the garden ~- ' ' ''' tr tt Bible School— Ittndimce at the iUnion;'. Bible nl-had' 1 Increased to" V 8'0" by' the «(last week. A picnic will be m next Friday noon, on the day, and a program will be 1 Sunday evening. lu Verne -News; r| H, D, Meyer was at Des us most of last week, attend- tlngs at Still college and postgraduate work. The Earl j Wednesday, while Mr. Hundt was painting the house. They took a short-time out to visit with us. Mr. arid;Mrs.'<Hundt have'two children, a girl and boy. Jeannine is six; Ralph a year and nine months old. Mrs. Hundt, who came from Lexington, Ky., is interested in the horse races they have down there, where racing is a real sport. She 'said that her grandmother owned a trotting pony, as they call the race horses, and It won a race. Besides the money that was won, the owner also received a silver cup. The H. A. Blanchards drove to Humboldt Friday to bring up Mrs. Blanchard's- sister, Florence Householder,, teacher there, who is spending .the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hurlburt, of Glidden, spent Memorial day at J. M. Blanchard's. Mr. and,Mrs. H. J-' R!ice' ; s'pehtv the day at' Daws. •Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oskaloosa, spent Saturday and Sunday at W .G. Plate's, and Mrs. Flaig, with her children, went to Oskaloosa with them for a visit. Wesley Farmers in War Against Weeds .•Wesley, May 29— Wesley township farmers showed considerable Interest In weed eradication -at a meeting at the local Legion hall Tuesday evening,-May 23rd. Coumty Agent Brown spoke. Henry, Sherman is township weed , commissioner. 'Another meeting; was'to be held last week Thursday night at 8:30 in the high school auditor- P. J, Schulte Dies May 21; Armstrong «*-_ Edw . wichtendalll and her Armstrong, May 29 — Funeral services were held on May 24 at the Catholic church for Philip John Schulte, 62, who died Sunday, May 21st, of a ,heart attack. He was -survived by his widow', two daughters at Fairmont, and three sons: Delbert, Auburn, la:; Lloyd arid Valdei at home. Another son, Raphael, died last December. The Rev. Bernard Eischeid conducted the 'servlceSt and bui'ial was made in Mount Calvary cemetery. ium. Mr. was' to be the Younger Brother of Wesley Woman Dies Wesley, May 29—Mrs. Ign. Els- e'nbacher received word May 25th PORTLAND tuns, Waterloo, were guests the Meyer and Vehschlage w eaily last week, irjorle Baker returned to Des Iday to resume, work, as ifrjiphcr for the' Guarantee Loan Co. She had been |ome, recovering from an op- for appendicitis. r, and Mrs. 1 Elmer Bunkpfske, imond, Ind., who had been vis- !-at the C. P. Sauers home. ?sted, over week-end before spent Memorial day with Lu ie;.friends. '•and-Mrs. J. L. Lichty left By for Chicago to spend a Kjith their daughters, Ruth Ferguson McCall, also 'the Fred Hagists and the Don toys. s Barton, registered nurse at City, visited her parents, My. Mrs. M. L. Barton, last week. J8B accompanied by a Mr, toant, also Sioux City. Barnes Edw. Hof and Alber.i with Florence Hot, vwlV 3es to the Cemetery as- at the community hal week Thursday. . wfov. Mr. Victor Kohlman, of "• "is wife, and children came funeral of Mrs. Kohlman Meyer ' last week r. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman dauh ' daughter Norma r a week-wit*, /the nierstenaus at Geneseo CUy of Mrs, Swlsher'e sis Hanna, Mial Fro}, last wee' all( spent last wee aothePi . Mr8 his cup was later given to Mrs. iundt, who got $18 for it and put he money into school books and ther needy things, which was put- ing the cup to good use, it seems o us. Mrs, Hundt goes back to ie old home for a visit yearly, nd a trip is now being panned or after harvest. Flaig's parents., v Tnd Mrs Lewis are Mrs. of sudden death of her youngest Mr. and Mrs. Lewis a brotheri Herman Simon, 54, who died at his home in West Bend, Wis., on that morning. He had submitted to a gall bladder operation 18 days prior to his death, and suffered a stroke two days before his death. He is survived by his wife and 14 children. SENECA Mrs. Karen Larsen, son Eldon, and Richard Eckart. all of Mallard, called at Irvin Clausen's last week Monday. Mrs. Classon accompanied them to East Chain. The Axel Paulsen family, of Swea City, called at Arthur Paul- Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson re- recently spent an evening at John Schneider's, Bancroft. The women were celebrating birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarland, daughter Ruth, son Darrell, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long were recent guests at Webster City of relatives. .' • • Mr. and Mrs. Leland Peterson, of Minneapolis, with two daughters were guests' at S. ; M. Peterson's frin last week Mnday till Wednesday. daughter Sharon were Friday afternoon guests at Herman Gade's, Fenton. •Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jackman attended the funeral of' Austin Gardner Friday at Algona. Grant School Chief Studies for Degree :Swea City, May 29 — Supt. and Mrs. . C, W. Hamand, of the • Grant school)" northeast of here, are now at Minneapolis, and Superintendent Hamand will • complete studies -to-wards a .master's degree at the University of Minnesota. The subject of Mr. Hamand's thesis will be the relation between a school superintendent and his high school principal. This topic is one of much interest in educational circles, and it is the subject of at least- one other thesis towards a master's degree at the Iowa State university this year. Mr. Hamand's research includes a survey of 60 per cent of all Iowa schools with enrollments of between 100 and 30$.;- A side-dressing of 100-200 Ibs. of muiiate of potash per acre as late as the second or third cultivation has resulted in very profitable increases in yield. However, it is better' to make the side-dressing as early as possible. Alkali soils are known to be low in available potash. If you did not apply enough of this plant food.in your fertilizer at planting time, plan now to apply more in a side-dressing. The best machine for the purpose is a fertilizer attachment on a corn cultivator, but any distributor which will plat* the potash in the moist soil near the roots will be satisfactory; Write us for, free information and literature on the use of potash for profit. AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE ; INCOBK>RATID INVESTMENT BUILDING WASHINGTON, D. C. Liri BUILPING, LAJATITTE. INDIANA Facts That Concern You .No. Scfateriet., Frank Geigel* Algona, keeps a sen 's last week Tuesday. j.' i fi*' iv ^*»**»ca*"i » j • _. ecord of rainfall in Algona. He as many kinds of trees and lants, and it is interesting to isit him./ Mr. and Mrs. Geigel ,ave lately returned from a trip in Minnesota, South Dakota, and North Dakota, and they found the crops showing up well, the sec- ions they visited bavins had .ruin. * * * * We called Wednesday on the Rhode brothers, who live east of Elmore. on the Iowa side of the state line. One of them is taking ife a little easier this year, for he had an operation a year ago and has had to slow down. He said there were not as many 'spring pigs as usual on the place this year-only 115. whereas the usual number has been around 150. A group of Seneca young folks enjoyed a skating party at Arm- srtong Thursday evening. ' rrne Curtis Qlsens were released from a quarantine for scarlet fev- "•^"luu'williamsen is visiting he ? son Howard at Dun.ll, Minn Mvq I)<vin Classon and Haiiieu Olsen 8 'spent Friday with relatives at Mallard and visited Mrs. Clas son's brother Eldon, who was m- Bons mtn basebaU game last a baseball hit him Theodore Green, northwest of Ledyard, was hauling out manure Thursday, and Mrs. Green was busy in the garden. We never call there without finding these good folks busy. There is a field of ai falta near, the house, but pait . ol the alfalfa did not come this spring,' so Mr- Green reseeded It »nd sowed oats with. the seed. It looks as If he will have a fine Harriett Olsen remained for sev- pral days of Visits. The river north of Seneca was a "far Place Memorial day when fishermen from far and near were there. Luck varied. Mrs. Barley Hoeck went to Spencer Friday afte^on^ to^be who was run w'lth'ner nephew LuVerne baker of Dickens over crop of hay. # Trenary, southwest cultivating corn H. R, Ledyard, of was !• OI UlCJieilo, """ L T . by a trailer in Dickens, He is ^"a hospital In Spencer. Patient's Condition Critical. • Corwith June 5-Elmer, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Hamm. has U 1 JC . ,_ '.mnnl nnndition. SSirSdVSitlc.1 condition. Dlmler „ yeek to Gerald Her RESCUE 'AND that's just the beer tax revenue ithia state itself collects... to lift, the burden p. j direct taxation from your shoulders^ \ I>[ation\y'de, bet.r contributes over a million dollars a, day to the cost of goyernnient. Think what that mean? in paying % jrfljef, in pMPlic wo*ks,. jn old age assistiance rjgW in yowr own community, .1. Then think of the million new job* that beer unuiWl^elf-regulation program?"Add made,«Andi then add t* that a 100 million dollar United Pr«V«r« industrial Foundation. 19 '»•>•—?• y T-— ™ jjfc.m *"i. 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