Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE KOSStJtM COtNTt ADVANCE. ALQOtiA, IS BRIDE OF ARTHUR SATRE, ROCKFORD, ILL, Lu Verne, July 3 — The Zion Evangelical church furnished a pretty setting last week Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock for the wedding of Esther Fritzemeier, daughter of Fred Fritzemeier, to Arthur R. Satre, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Satre, of Rockford, 111. The bridegroom's brother, the Rev W. Carl Satre, Lena, 111., officiated, assisted by the Rev. E. R. Walter, local pastor. The double ring ceremony was used. Preceding the ceremony pre-nuptial music was rendered by-three-, sisters of the bridegroom: Mrs. Martin Nordstrom, Rockford, played three selections, "Serenade, "Beautiful Dreamer," and "I Love Thee" "Because" was sung by Mrs. Inga Nelson, Rockford, "Lieb- estraum" was played by Mrs. Nordstrom "0 Promise Me" was sung by Mrs. Frederick Mueller of St. Louis, Mo., and "1 Love You Truly" was sung by Mrs. Nelson. Ushers were Paul Knopf, of Lu Verne, and George Johnson, of Craig. Mitrie Fritzemeier, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She was gowned in peach marquisette' over green in princess style, bne carried talisman roses and sweet peas. The bride wore a gown or ] lilv white marquisette, bodice and edge of skirt trimmed with lace vaVenciennes. with a veil of br.da .illusion arranged in cap effect and held in place with a hal of stepn- anotis. She carried an arm bouquets of Johanna Hill roses with stephunotis. Mr Satre was attended b> ms brother, Robin Satre. During the service Mrs. Nordstrom plajed Medltation-Thels. and Mendelssohn's wedding march as the biuiai party left the church. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the brides father. Mr. and Mrs Satre, Hulda Fritzemeier, the bride s sister, and father received the GO guests, including the out-of-tojn relatives and intimate friends Ihe bride's table was centered with a miniature bride . and bridegroom, the favors were bags of rice with bridal tulle and the nut cups were miniature wedding bells. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Satre left on an "tended wedding trip through the westein states. Their home will be at Rockford, 111., after September 1. The bride is a graduate of the Lu Verne schools and has been teaching at Lena, HI., since graduating from North Central college. Mr Satre is a graduate of Carthage college Carthage, 111., and has an MS degree from Northwestern university. He is now instructor in zoology in the Rockford, high school. Attend DCS Moines •Wedding— Mr and Mrs. John Voss Sr. were Mr ' aat the marriage of Mim« VESTA LOONEY, JOE ENNIS,&F HUMBOLDT MARRIED AT ST JOE St. Joe, July 2—In a .pretty cere- mother. Anna Kayser is caring mony in St. Joseph's Catholic church here Wednesday morning Vesta Looney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Looney, Humboldt, became the bride of Joe Ennis, son of Mrs. Hannah Ennis, also of Huniboldt. The Rev. George Theobald officiated. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Lois Sheppard. Harold Ennis, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Both bride and bridesmaid wore sharkskin suits, and carried sweet peas and fern corsages. Their hats and shoes were also white. The bride carried her prayerbook. The men wore dark suits. , church, Algona, for the As. the, wedding party entered y • Qf Mr _ and Mrg _ the church 'Paillette Vpnderhaar, of Humboldt, played Lohengrin s wedding march, and as they left the church after mass she played Mendelssohn's recessional. During the low mass Charlotte Vonderhaar, Eunice Ennis, Arthur, Adrian, and William Vonderhaar and Charles Sherman, all of Humboldt, sang hymns. At the offertory Adrian Vonderhaar sang Ave Maria. A three-course wedding break- East was served to 30 relatives and friends in the guest room of the w Coca-Cola plant in Humboldt. The couple left later for a short honeymoon trip. The bride is a graduate of Ihe Humboldt for the Berte children during their absence. They were expected home the latter part of the week. Brother-in-law is Dead— Mr. and Mrs. John -Thul, Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, and Richard Thul returned home last week Tuesday afternoon from Firesteel, S. D., where they had attended funeral services for Nick Bornong, a brother-in-law of John and George Thul. Henry Hermanns Sponsors- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Bormann were sponsors Sunday at the baptismal ceremony in St. Cecelia's infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erpelding, of -near >Algona.. Mrs. Erpelding is a sister of Mr. Bor- new is a high school and taught rural schools for three years. Since graduation from St. Mary s high school in Humboldt the bridegroom has worked for the DeKalb Hybrid Seed corn plant in Humboldt. lUrtliday Surprise is Given- Mrs. John Boitnann was surprised Friday night on her birthday anniversary. The evening was .pent at cards and socially. Ice ream and cake were served. Pres- int were the George Bornianns, 3 eter Bornianns, John Redings, >aul Erpeldings, Andy Erpelding, leorge Beckers, and • Susie Fri- leres. Lttend Funeral Services— Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Berte left ast week Tuesday afternoon for Dell Rapids, S. D., to attend fun- in. JTaH o'clock at St. John's aulls w'as Mr. Swarr's attendant M, Ohristensen was at one time M & St. L. agent here, and Chai- lene attended high school _he»U the family moved to Foil Uooge <*he completed a course in diama tic! this month. After a short wed- ,iir,,r trin to Minneapolis the qwarrs wm go to East Petersburg where the" will make their home Kate Skinner, Algona, was also t guest at the wedding. Corrine Hnbnard is Married- Corrlne Hubbard, 5th and Gth grade teacher, was married Sun day, June 25, to Ernest HiUhUBen Car ersville. The ceremony was performed in the Methodist church at Rockford, the bride's home town, and the date was the 25th anniversary of the marriage of her parents. Her dress was her mother's wedding gown, white crepe meteor, and she carried a white linen handkerchief trimmed With Battenburg lace made by he great-grandmother, also carried oy her mother on her wedding day The bridegroom is a graduate o the Rockwell high school and at tended Iowa State college at Ames They will be at home on the bride groom's farm, adjoining his fath er's farm. Bert HeKfien Married— A marriage of interest to L Verne people is that of Bert Heg gen, Lu Verne, and Nelle E. Ward Corwith. The ceremony was pel- formed Thursday, June 22, at th Methodist church at Belmond b; the pastor. Attendants were a Mr and Mrs. Clark, >Meservey. Mi Heggen is manager of the names shop here and has been living in an apartment over Lichty's hard ware. The Wagner house, former ly occupied by the Ray Olsons, ifa being' made ready for Mr. and Mrs Heggen, and they will live there after July 1. Laid Up for Months— I. L. (Ike) Smith, who has lived between Lu Verne and Hardy foi many years, has been ill at home for several months because of an accident which resulted in a broken leg near the knee, two broken ribs, and other injuries when a horse kicked him. Other Lu Verne News. The Lutheran Aid met in the church .parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman .as hostess. The meeting was placed a week ahead of the regular time because the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg's leaving Sunday to visit both Mr. and Mrs. Wittenburg's parents at Watkins, la., and Lu- am'i, .I1L, respectively. They expect to, be gone ten days. The Rev: G. A. Meier family and Marjory Durham have returned to -their home at Donnellsoir after a visit at his brother Edw. Meier's. eral services for Mrs. Berte's child, a girl. Other St. Joe News. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges drove to Fort Dodge a week ago Monday to get Sister M. Miltrude and Sister M. Claudia, and also two Sisters of the St. Benedict school. The four Sisters had spent a few days in Sioux City. The Leo Hans and Henry Poppenheim families, all of New Hampton, visited friends here Sunday. They were dinner guests at Albert Weber's. Livermore, as also were the Chas. Plathe's, St. Joe. Mrs. Ann Frasier, Des Moines, arrived via bus Sunday evening for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wiltgen. She is a stenographer in the Geppert Studio. Des Moines. Darwin Hammer, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer, is expected home Sunday after three weeks at Victor Hammer's and Henry Balk's, Le Seuer. Minn. The Nick Bormanns spent Sunday with Mrs. Bormann's mother, Mrs. Nick Schmallin Sr., and other relatives at West Bend. Mrs. Schallin recently broke a leg. Supper guests at John B. Reding's a week ago Sunday were the Cap Kohlhaas, C. K. Kohlhaas, Herman Plathe, and Charles Plathe families. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker are parents of a son, born a week ago Monday at the General hospital, Algona. They have one other SHOWER GIVEN AT LAKOTA FOR VIRGIL SMITH Lakota, July 3—Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Jerry Ukena, W. E. Gutknecht, J. E. Telcamp, and Emma Gutknecht were hostesses at a party a week ago Monday evening honoring the Rev. Virgil Smith and his bride at Jerry Heetland's. Virgil, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, Lakota, and Kathleen Walsh, were married : at Canton, N. Y., June 18, and arrived a week ago Sunday evening in tiine for the Lewis-Hassebrock wedding, leaving the, following"- Tuesday - for their new home at Sydney, Neb. Guests at the party were Presbyterian church officers and families, and several other friends and former neighbors, numbering 70. The honorees were presented with a set of dishes by the group. Bible School Program Given— The Bible Vacation school gave a program at the Presbyterian church a week ago Monday evening. They sang the songs learned at the school, Dorothy Ukena repeated the books of the old testament, and Jane Steeuhard the books of the new testament. Ten junior girls gave the ten commandments, and the primary class repeated bible verses and prayers. The intermediates dramatized the story of Joseph, Faustine Heetland won the prize, a Bible, for bringing the most pupils to school. The average attendance at the school was over 82. CROWD ATTENDS went to Fairmont a week ago to visit Mrs. Lester's sister, Mrs. Henry Schafer, who has been ill for several months. I Mrs. Harry Mussman took her mother, Mrs. Frank Keister, to Elmore Friday, and Mrs. Keister's son Raymond and family,. Mason City, came Saturday to spend their vacation, of two weeks with her. Mrs. Keister Sr. has not been in the best of health recently. Mrs. A. L. Sorenson and son Roger, Los Angeles, Calif., came last week for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis Sr., and other relatives. A group of women gathered at A. C. Sohissel's a week ago Monday evening for a surprise party for Mrs. Schissel in honor of her birthday. Bridge and visiting furnished entertainment. Chris Stenberg, Elsworth, died l of a heart attack recently. He was a brother of Mrs. Lars Reisem northeast of Lakota. Grant Edwards, who has been working with a telephone work crew near Des Moiues, came home Thursday to recover from an attack of appendicitis. Emma Gutknecht has been seriously ill the past week, but is somewhat improved. AT PORTLAND Portland, July 3—A miscellaneous shower was given Thursday afternoon at D. Vf f Smith's honor- Ing-Viola Smith-McDonald, and 100 friends and relatives attended. A short program was .given, including: a piano solo by Rose Marie Ringsdorf; vocal solo, Iva Marie Brayton, with Miss Erna Baars accompanying; reading, Dorothy Stewart; piano selection, Evelyn Becker; and a mock wedding. Milwaukee Children Here— " John and Josephine .Smith, Milwaukee, ,Wis., are spending theii vacation ' with: •' the gran'lp'aran,ts the'Will Grovers. The 'children's mothers, Mrs. Zada Grover Smith spent ten days here, and left Saturday for home. She will return with Mr. Smith for two weeks Mrs. Sarah Stahl will accompany Mrs. Smith to Milwaukee for a short visit, then will go on to Chicago to visit her daughter. Mrs Sidney Barteau, who is again ill and has been in bed three weeks. Mrs. Barteau will be remembered as Nellie Stahl, World war nurse. Girls Plan Lake Jaunt— The Portland Peppy Pals met Friday afternoon w'ih Dorothy and Betty Stewart, 12 attending. After the program plans to go to Okoboji next Thursday for a four-day vacation were discussed. Mrs . T.-'n/ Jandl and Mrs. Ivan Long plan to chaperone the group. Hans Koestler at Rochester- Hans Koestler is an operation patient at the Rochester hospital, and is reported in a serious condition. Blood transfusions nave .been given. Mrs. Koestler is witn him. Birthday, is Obsened—. j The Helping Han'.: club met Fri- j day with Mrs. Alfred" Godfredspn | to help her celebrate a birthday. Other Portland News. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Bode, and daughter, Mrs. C. J. Winandy, and two children, Chicago, spent Friday at Earl.Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lanning spent Thursday at Humboldt attending a club homecoming. UNION To Visit Yellowstone Park- Mrs. I. E. Wortman and sons John and Don left Friday mornin with her sister and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, of New York, who have been visiting here for two weeks, for Edmundton, Canada, where they will visit another sister and family, the William Andersons, for a month. They spent Saturday night with Mrs. Hattie Randall, Glenburn, N. D., a cousin and former resident of this vicinity. They expect to come home by way of Yellowstone park. Oldtimer Makes Visit Here- Garret Naber, who 26 years ago purchased the J. H. Warburton SO acres east of town, called on the Warburtons last week Tuesday morning. Mr. Naber, then of Kamrar, three years later sold the farm to P. L. Koppen, who still owns it. The Nabers then moved to Wilmar, Minn., where they now own a farm. Birthday is Celebrated— The Leonhard Christ family went to Walter Sohn's one evening last week to help Walter's brother celebrate his birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Bertha Sohn and sons Maynard and Willie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Porter, Blue Earth, and the Richard Bonines, of Pipestone, S. D. Returns from New York Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht drove to Mason City Thursday to meet Lena Gutknecht, who has spent the past two weeks at the New York fair and visiting friends en route. Her sister Emma, who has been ill for a week, is somewhat improved. Other Lakota News. Mr. an,d. Mrs. ,Art Lester have been enjoying visits fr.om their daughters, Mrs. George Adams and children, CharJes City, 'and Mj-'s. Herman Schroeder, of ''Minnesota The group, with another daughter, Mrs, Abrend Hans, and children, ARMSTRONG Walter Strong, Holstein, is visiting several weeks at his sister Mrs. Clifford Rasmussen's. He is the youngest son of the Clair Strongs, who formerly farmed in this vicinity. Mrs. Richard Cronk underwent a major operation a week ago Sunday morning at the Coleman hospital in Estherville. Mr. Cronk and daughter Luella spent Sunday with her. Mrs. John Moreland and son Ralph, Mrs. Martin Peterson, and Gbldie Myking, Fairmont, and Mrs. Phil Koepsell and son, Carrol Marvin, Worthington, Minn., visited last Wednesday at Harold Vigdal's. Ralph Moreland and Goldie Myking remained here for several week's visit. Mrs. C. Hagen and two children, Estherville, and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter visited Wednesday afternoon at Alva Burl's. Mrs. Harold Vigdal returned a week ago Monday morning from the Coleman hospital at Estherville, where she had undergone an appendectomy operation a week ago. Mr. Vigdal's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Vigdal, of Dolliver, visited her that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oelrich are the parents of a girl, born June 24 at the Coleman hospital in Estherville. Lee Hoppers, Algona, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoppers, who formerly lived in this vicinity, is visiting this week with his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Vigdal, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Libbie Hoppers. Word was received here Thursday morning from Erwin Bau- rnann, Snohomish, Wash., of the birth of a girl at 2 o'clock last Wednesday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Baumann. The birth marked the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter's 28th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Baumann is the former Berniee Irmiter. This is the couple's second child, the other Ronald Irvin, 3. The Baumanns formerly lived in Ledyard and Lakota, where Erwin, son of Fred BaUmann, Ledyard, spent most o'f.his life. J. V. Burjchead. .and T. E,. Ha- wbrth are bpth suffering t -wjtb sq- vere face infections. . , Curtis Halyorspn and a both o* Blue Earth, Minn., y last week Tuesday evening at the parental Carl Halvorson hope. The Eldon Stoffels, Knoxville, are parents of a 7%-lb. son, born Saturday, June 24. They have one.| other son, now 14 months old. This is the second grandchild for the'l elder Stoffels. Gertrude Stoffel is. caring for mother and babe. The" mother was Dorothy Schiltz, Ban-j croft, and Eldon was formerly em-:I ployed at the Cut-Rate grocery at I Algona. 11 Fern Gisch and her brother j I Larry attended exercises at Mason 11 Citjv Wednesday_in which Mary] Schiltz was graduated in nursing at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Ottosen, and her daughters Mary Jane and Eugenia Mae were callers on Mrs. Louis Bode one afternoon last; week. Chester Bailey and Le Roy Stoffel trucked Bailey lambs to Waterloo one day last week. Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer helped Mrs., Albert Gould do papering last week. Farmers welcomed last week's rainfall, which was needed in spots. The oats are now turning, and harvesting will start soon. Club women were not pleased Thursday, when it started to pour at. 1 o'clock. The club was to have met at Mrs. Henry Tjaden's, but because of the rain the club women were afraid to risk ungraveled grade leading to the Tjaden home. YOUR HOME WITH GIMCO Now you can enjoy your present hoine both night and day all through the hot summer months. GIMCO enables you to have greater comfort in ull rooms— even during the hottest weather it will keep your home up to fifteen degrees cooler. Upstairs temperatures are within a few- degrees of those downstairs. 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