Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 8, 1939
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Here't a good battery lor lM 4 lor Boathf, or 12,000 "!"%•, It KOB8UTH COtififY ADVANCiB. AtX>ONA t IO1U SweaCity and Fairmont Bands Trade Concerts FAIRMONT BAND TO BE AT SWEA CITY AUG. 11TH FAOtt PIT)? Swea City, Aug. 7—John fteutzel and John A. Erickson, both of •whom have been active In local musical organizations for upwards of 30 years 1: .played a clarinet duet at a recent band concert. On Aue- ust 11 the Fairmont band comes, and on. August 24 the local band will play a return concert. Thtg las come to be an annual affair, argely due to the efforts of Swea City's director, Ger'ald Nemeyer, whose home was originally at Fairmont. The exchange concerts are much enjoyed. School Coal Kids Sought— Pursuant to a new Iowa law, the Swea City school board will receive bids for four carloads at coal next Monday night. Iowa coal will be given preference. Results of the bidding for the bus routes have not yet Ibeen announced. Unless fui'ther resignations occur, the 193MO faculty is now complete, and Custodian William Christensen Is getting ,the grounds and buildings ready for use September 1. jCtronp Picnic at Denver— 'Anna Llnde and Emma Jane Nelson are at Denver, visiting the former's sister Lllllc, and niece Mildred. The .group, with the A. G. Mlltons, formerly Swea City, had a picnic July 28 honoring Lil- lle's birthday. A big angel food cake taken from here for the occasion is reported ,to have stood the trip to Denver in fin« shape, but didn't last .long at the picnic. jffaniand to Leave Grant— Supt. C. W. Hamand and bin family' have returned to Grant township from Minneapolis, where Mr. Hamand has completed work for a master's degree at the University of Minnesato. Mr. Hamand, who has been head of the Grant consolidated school 11 years, recently signed a contract for a similar ipositlon at Ringsted, and will move soon. .Freshman Girl is Sick- Last reports on the condition ol Christine 'Hesvig, who had an operation at an Estherville hospital Wednesday, were not encouraging. A freshman in high school, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney 'Hesvig. She had been ailing for some weeks with a digestive disorder. Baptists Plan Improvements— At a quarterly .business meeting Wednesday night, members of the Baptist congregation voted to ipaint the church exterior tills fall, Install new eavespouts, and make other repairs. The'work Is to be started as soon as a suitalble bid is received. DOROTHY DREYER, FENTON, TO REPRESENT THE COUNTY AT STATE CAMP NEAR BOONE Fenton, Aug. 7-Dorothy Dreyer .Frank, Mary Ann Is one of the 4-H girls chosen to represent Kossuth at Camp Miti- Biva, Boone county, August 10-13. Tlle . 4 r« Strls who attended a recent 4-H conservation camp at the Dolliver state park, near Fort uortge, wrote conservation books, and the writers of the best ones were chosen for the Mitigfva camp, Dorothy's being picked as the best from Ms county. Forty-eight 4-H girls in the state were chosen. Dorothy is president of the Fenton Forward 4-H clulb, and In a recent local health contest she was rated third. Dorothy Mueller had highest score, 89.75, but as she is not yet 15 she was not eligible to compete in a county contest, ' Second highest was Faith Finne- stacl, with 99.74, and she will enter the county contest. Dorothy's score was 99.53, and others In order of ranking were La Vonne Newel, Lorraine Wlllrett, Betty Ann Meyers, Kathryn Ohm, Shirley Frank, Pauline Frank, Phyllis •Gade, and Ethel Bohn, Phyllis Welsbrod. The club average was 98.56. • The local 4^H club met Friday with Dorothy, and members answered roll call on "Faming Living .Centers In Our Home." It was decided to give a brief program and three demonstrations on the local Achievement day, Tuesday, August 15, In the Methodist basement. . The demonstration teams are: Shirley Frank and Dorotliy Dreyer, How Safe Is Home; La Vonne Newel and Pauline Frank, Let's .Do the Dishes; Betty Jean Schwartz and Phyllis Frank, Shln- .ing Ourselves. Committees were appointed to make posters for the county fair. . The 'following .program was given: demonstration, How to Wash a Window, Dorothy Dreyer; How to Iron a Shirt, Irene Krause; .poe'try, Phyllis Frank, Shirley Frank, Ru'th Dreyer. Pictures were taken. Walther League Plans Outing— The Walther League met Thursday night at St. John's Lutheran church, and the study was in charge of the Rev. R. W. Kabe- Jitz, pastor, on "Living in Your Country." It was decided to hold the next meeting at Tuttle Lake Sunday, August 27, and Edna Elmers and Luella MuelleV were appointed • refreshments committee, Evelyn Elmers and Ruth Kafoelitz, entertainment committee. The League's treasurer was -directed to pay the society's share of freight on old clothes shipped to needy Lutherans in Canada. The representative to .a league zone executive board meeting at Fairvllle recently read the minutes. A zone rally will be held at Mallard soon. After games directed by Ruth Ka- belltz, lunch was served by Kathryn and Vernon Ohm. Lutheran Aid Meets Wednesday— •Mrs. George Bolte and Mrs. Otto Borchardt were ' hostesses to the St. John's Lutheran Aid Wednesday at the church, and guests were Mesdames Clarence "' -'--'-'' Louie Mueller, Kate Bierstedt, and Eldon Hantelman,. Lena Pompe, 'John Schallin, William Boettcher, F, Scbroeder, Henry Berghoefer, Chris Haase, CHMord Mueller, and Hugo Mlttag (Truesdaye), also a Mrs. Dieter, Dubuque. Olivia Mueller also attended. .Party to Bible Camp- Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Gaard, the Rev. and Mrs. A. K. Gaard, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Andres, and the Rev. and Mrs. EH Lunde, the latter of Mt. Vernon, S. D., left Thursday for Alexandria, Minn,, for a week's vacation. They will attend a bible camp, Other Fenton News. A miscellaneous shower was given for Alice Glaus Thursday night in the Mehtodlst basement. After games, recipes, and suggestions were presented to the bride- WESLEYANS AT SERVICES FOR CORWITH MAN Wesley, Aug. 7—Mr. and Mrs. George Kelsh, Mrs. Irene Studer, the latter's children,.and Mr. and Mrs. John ^Llckteig attended the funeral of Nicholas A. Kelsh,* 62, at Corwlth Thursday at St. Mary's church, the Rev. J. P. Quirin officiating. Burial was made in St. Mary's cemetery. Mr. Kelsh died last week Monday. Mr. Kelsh had been a resident of the Corwlth community 30 years. Besides farming he did stonemason work, and he made the large tombstone on his family lot in St. Mary's cemetery. Mr. Kelch was the father of 20 children,. 17 of whom are living'. Mrs. Kelsh died in 1933. Surviving children are Mrs. Oswald Lallier, CorXvith; Mrs. Julius Matz Kanawha; Mrs. Melvin Perkins and Vincent, Leo, Chicago; iBloomington, Mrs. Albert 111; Van August 16, at the St. Boniface church, Garner. Jfew Wesley Installations— A corn-cracker has been installed at the feed storage room at the Farmer's elevator. Samuel Alne did the work. An electric meat saw has been installed at the local meat locker. Farmers are Feeding Lambs— George Hildman received a shipment of 250 feeder lambs/from Nebraska last week Tuesday morning, and Henry Goetz got 50. Other Wesley News. Studers, of Wesley, Planning a Picnic for Sunday, Aug. 13 Wesley, Aug. 7—-A Studer clan reunion will be held at the Chautauqua park, Goldfield, next Sunday. -The reunion will consist of descendants of Amandus /Studer Sr.,. who .with his fa.mily jWas earliest pioneer in 1 Prairie township and once owned the land where St. Benedict now stands. He-was living then on a farm a mile east of St. Benedict now owned by his son j Gregory. to-be. The Band Mothers club met last week Monday v night to lay plans for a stand August 17 on Fenton's Watermelon day. The Rev. Mr. Dieter, Dubuque, with his wife and children, came last week Monday for,a visit till Saturday with Mrs. Dieter's mother, Mrs. Daniel Hantelman. Mrs. Ben Weisbrod, of Emmetsburg, sons Paur and John visited here Wednesday at Elmer Weisbrod's and -with other relatives. The J. E ..Cashinarks,. of Albia, visited from Thursday night till Sunday at Mrs. Cashmark's sister Mrs. Don Weisbrod's. Raymond Stoeber's. Rosemary NelHs; Renwlck, i t visiting her grandparents, Mr. an". Mrs. Carl Kern. CompleteOptical Service OPTOMETRIST Style, quality, afid prices to please yon. last week at Edw. Mitchell's. Bob Austin, Minneapolis, went home Friday, after three weeks at his uncle E. C. Weisbrod's. Roma Lou and Bonnie Lee Trot- . ter, Blairsbung, are visiting at Above Borcl)art! Drug Store A. \V. AMUIfSdN Optometrist Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jacobson, of j i n t h e ear i y 90-3 Amandus moved Des Moines, were guests at L. T. t o Wesley and lived in the house Root's home one day recently. Mr. now occupied by the L. A. Ternes Jacobson is employed at a state I family. Kitchen is Damaged in Blaze on a Farm 'SWea-Eagle Tlwps., Aug. 7 — At Francis Torino's, In a tenant house on the Geo. W. Patterson farm, flve'iniles nb'rth'of Swea City, Mrs. Torino, had cooked supper on a gas stove and had left a burner lit to finish* some canning,' when, suddenly, tjie stove was i; all .ablaze. She called her husband and nearby neighbors, and the fire was soon put out with water. No one was hurt, but the kitchen ceiling and walls caught fire, and everything in the kitchen was more or less damaged. Post-Nuptial Shower Given— • Mrs. Willard Harrison,-formerly Bertha Mae Kluger, was honoree at a post-nuptial shower given by Mesdames Gertrude and .William Beck and C. S. Kluger a't .the Beck home a week ago Satudray, 26 guests attending. The couple lives at Emmetsburg. Change In Auto Agency— The Gimm Motor Co., Fairmont, has completed a deal with William Blomster to take over his Chevrolet agency and open a garage her* oon. It is expected that two me- nanics, two s'alesmen, and a man- iger will bring families. •wee CJty Picnic on Coast— Seventy-five ex-Swea Cityans at- ended a recent annual Swea City icnic at Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Dlen, Rochester, Ind.; Mrs. Curtli Anderson, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Edwin Lee, Corwlth; and Julius, Ernest, Veronica, Lorana, Alice, Eileen, John, Charles and Alfred, at home. Home from lengthy Tour- Mrs. Charles Kraus and her daughter. Dorothy got home last week Tuesday from a 4,006-mile .vacation tour to the' Atlantic coast. They visited relatives In Pennsylvania and at other eastern .points, and among many other places of interest they saw, were the,v;Mam- liquor store. Mrs. Agatha Gallagher, Des Moines, visited last week at her sister Mrs. Al Richtsmeier's. Mrs. William Lyons, Chicago, came last week Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno. Mr. and Mrs. Reno, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. William Lyons, left last week Tuesday for Mlnot, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer returned last week Tuesday from Hankinson N. D., where they visited Mr. Bauer's mother, a brother, and two sisters. .. His brother Calix, St. Cloud, Minn., accompanied them. . Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, Algona, to Cedar Rapids Friday to visit Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Gerstner, till Sunday. The descendants include the families of seven sons: August, Plover; Nathan, Wesley; Nick, Wesley, deceased;, Amandus, Wesley, deceased; Gregory, St. Benedict; Frank, Canada; and Joseph, St. Cloud, Minn., deceased; and three daughters; Mrs. Mary Paul, Lena, 111., deceased; Mrs. Teresa Spangler, Freepot, 111., deceased; and Mrs. Maggie Immerfall, Avon, Minn. Some 200 persons are expected. New School Bus. Corwith, Aug. 7 — The school Harold Johnson was re-elec'ted iresldent; Lalla Bishop, again made secretary. Jloy Scuffles; Arm Broken- Eugene Hansen suffered a brok- n arm a week ago Friday while e was wrestling with another boy. le Is the youngest son of Mr. and Jrs. Leslie Hansen, To Build House Here— Thomas Ix>bb Jr., Milwaukee, U _ere, making arrangements to build a six-room house on lots in he south part of town. GHier Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McAninch, with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Taugust, and her husb'and, Guek- een, Minn., have left for a trip to Oregon. They will visit the Will McAn'inohes, who moved to Salem, Ore., from Swea City four years ago, A. M. and Will are brothers. During the former's absence, his jas station here Is cared for by Lewis Eckholm. The Rev. and Mrs. John Goeken, with three children, were here from Joliet, 111., recently, visiting old friends. 'Mrs. Goeken Is the 'owner Signe Swanbeck, daughter of the Rev. J. W. S-wanbeok, who leld the Lutheran pastorates here moth Cave, Niagara Falls, the Arlington cemetery, and. Washington, D. C. They spent last week Monday night with Mrs. Kraus's sister, ,Mrs. Gladys Carey, Des Moinea. Lillian Johnson took care of the household duties at the Kraus home. Aviation Studer at Home- George Aldrich, with the son Gerald, got home Wednesday night. Gerald bad attended a Curtis-Wright school of aviation at Glendale, Calif., since last September. Mrs. Aldrich was called to Los Angeles two months ago he- cause of the critical sickness of a sister, Mrs. Margaret Granoski, who is now able to be up and around. The Aldrlches. traveled 4,000 miles. Off for Tour to Coast— •Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froelich, with the Lawrence Rickes, left Wednesday for Washington state to visit Edw. Froelich, in the navy, stationed off the coast of Washington. Mrs. Eugene Huber, who has two children, Kathleen and pharles, with her, and Mrs. O. M. Huber, Algoua, are taking cage of the Froehlich, household duties. Mullins to Own Farm- Mr, and Mrs. John 0. Mullin, former Wesley farmers moved recently to a farm they purchased north of Corwith. They had lived in a rented house at Corwith ten months. The Urban Neuroths, who lived at the farm moved intg a tenant house on the place. Mr, Neuroth is employed on the Mullin farm. Hanptleys In Get-Togethei Guests at Bertha Hauptlys last Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly drove to Boone /Thursday to meet the latter's sister, Mrs. Forrest Putney, penyer, who came to visit relatives here, at Algona, and at Cedar Rapids. Lavon and Sylvia Ann Gerdes, :ary Ellen Bottom, John Bottom,! nd Dwight''-Wagner • had a picnic' the woods near Irvington one ay last week. Lillian, eldest daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Anthony Johnson, left by rain Friday for two weeks with elatives in Illinois and/Indiana. Mrs. R. K. Richardson and Mrs. ulius Kunz attended a bridge par- at the Algona Country club lubhouse Wednesday. Visitors at Albert Reno's last reek Sunday were the Ernest beets family, Britt, and the Leo ienos, Ledyard. The Norbert Huberts, Bode, pent Friday with Norbert's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Eisenacher. The Methodist Aid had an Ice ream social between the Kraus tore and the bank Wednesday ight. Mrs. Louis Schleusner, Garner, ttended a pre-nuptial shower for er niece Rita Studer, Thursday. R. H. Meyer recently returned rom Prairie du Sac, Wis., where e visited relatives. board has purchased a new school bus, streamlined and modern. The bus will be driven by Frank Bunting. It is similar to the one purchased last year and driven by Harvey- Punke. week Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Elmer Hauptly, v daughter Ann, and the Fred Edens. from 1908 to 1918. Bernlce Pearson came from Sioux Ciyt last week to take her mother, Mrs. Olof Pearson, to the OkoboJIs, -where the pair spent a few days with the T. F. Johnsons at the Johnson cottage. The two Lutheran congregations, Bethlehem and Jmmanuel, held union services at the latter's church Sunday. The Rev. Raymond Olson, oewJy installed pastor of Behte- hem, was in charge. • • 'Charles a"nd CUiella Senenfelder have returned to their home at Sows, attsr two weeks with friends here. Luella was taking a vacation from her wprk at a Dows cafe. The Rev. R. C. Swanson, his and the children's grandma,*, Mrs. Warren and Mrs, Swanson, are having an outing at East Battle lake in Minnesota- Crystal Sanders, of East Chain, W % new clerk at Bloms^r's replacing Mrs. $ •, who was recently Betty John Eden, "all of Wesley; the,,,William Hauptlys, Woden; Mr. and Mrs Frank Hauptly, Titonka; the John Steenlages, Burt; and the John Hauptlys, Cherokee. Goodnow Family In Reunion— A family gathering took plac last week Sunday at Eli Good no^s. Children and grandchildren present were the Earl Goodnows Rose Benner, Mason City, Margery (Rose Benner, Mason City, Margare Crain, St. Louis, Greta Qstercamp Rolfe, their families, and Emory Goodnow, Wesley. ^ Attend Iowa Falls Picnic— The Al Richtsmeiers drove t Ackley recently to visit relatives and attend an annual picnic ol th , Walter G- Swlth « fcon» Saturday fro» Algona, where slje te- •m^ 4111VI fii.bv**v» M.W v —— —-=- — _ Y Mary Lane club at Iowa Falls. I the afternoon they drove to Zear ing to see Mr. Clooner, Mrs Richtsmeier's father, who la re covering from, a recent Illness, Shower for Wesley Girl- Some 30 women attended a mU cellaneous shower >t Mrs. Al iStuder's Thursday for the Stude daughter Rita, who will !be nw«e to Leo Young, Garner, Wednesday Mr/ajid ; Mrs, Eystads viaHe4 rela to'm A. J-rocn& Commlttees Are Named. Livermore, Aug. 7—Committees for the annual Labor day celebration here in connection "with an Old Settlers day are:' finance, Frank Baumgardner and Lloyd Hughes; concessions, Gale iBerry- hill, C. M. Baker, O. J. Cayou; sports, Ted Jennings, M. J. Davis; free acts, Albert Weber, L. C. Cockrill, Barnet Fox. Dr. R. J. Oilman -will Ibe Officer of the day. •Btfl 1 Su« *« ^ASSI'FIED COPY — AND AI> vertiser who desires special copy or use in classified may have it irepared for his individual use. fet information.—Kossuth County idvance. 20tf For Sale CUCUMBERS Any size Order now C, F. 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