Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR TWO TITONKA COUPLES ARE WEDJN WEEK THonka, Fob. as—'At tho Lutheran churcli last week Wednesday .afternoon Agnes Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mm. Boyd Pannkuk, was married to Telko C. Sleeker, son of Bruno Sleeker. At 4 o'clock Ihe ibrltlal party entered the church lo the strains of LohenKrln's wedding march, played by Alice Pannkuk, staler of the bride, and were met at tho altar by the Rev. 'H. W. Schoen- • THURSDAY, MARCH 2 ', Jeln, who performed ceremony. As the concluding words ceremony were spoken, a double-ring of the Martha Btecker ami Jx>ulsa Conradi sang "Beautiful Savior." -Following prayer offered by tho pastor, Mr. and (Mrs, Sleeker left the church while the choir sang Abide With Ve Lord Jesus. They drove to the home of a reception i\*a« held, and wns served to 150 guests. night ns guests of Kernilt Larson then'went on to Des Molnes, when they were to spend a few days When they return they will begin 'housekeeping on a farm west o Burt. Out of town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and (Mrs. Andrew Davlson, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. J M. Blanchard, Lone Rock; Mr. ant Mrs. W. H. Stoutenberg and Mr and Mrs. H. SB. Jones, Burt; and Anna Bruns, Otranto. Showers Honor Estelle Bonacker— A shewer was given In honor of Estelle Bonacker and Oscar Blanchard last week Monday evening at the Lee O. Wolfe home by the Sunday school teachers and officers of tho Methodist church. The table of the bride-elect was centered with a miniature wedding: arch and bells. At this table were the honor guests, Estelle, Oscar, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, and Mrs. Roy Budlong. After dinner games were played. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Pendergast gave a party In honor of Estella Bonacker and Oscar Blanchard last week Wednesday evenng. Bridge was played, and the honor guests dinner The home Was decorated in pink dreKsed find white. The bride was In an ankle length silk crepe and wort veil finished in wallops and enpd in <vip Affect wiu , o ,.. u]1;l , Mo^om-s. (Her shmver houciuet was of pink and while- rose peas. She was nUcndoi pot. tea A shower was given In honor of Kstello Bonacker last week Tuesday night, in the basement of the :o\vn of white Methodist church, which had been a full length decorated in pink and white. Mrs. fast- Amos Bonacker, Mrs. Bonncker, Mrs. George and Mrs. L. B. Larson sweet jesses. A program was -sis- I many gifts Raymond Bonacker, host- given, and H*nry (Butlers are moving to the house vacated by the Stephen de Vrlea family; and the Gilbert Nelsons are moving to a farm east of Burt. North End'Taxpayers Meet-— A north Kossuth taxpayers' meeting was held at iLakota Friday night, and the questions of mandatory road levies and a uniform schedule of teachers' wages were discussed, the speakers being Supervisor Funnemark and . Helken with Ralph Olson, of Ledyard. Attending from Titonka were Jay Budlong, 'Lee O. WoWe, Bruno tcr F;n, • v fl Werc 1 ' In,- p ' ' m wnl '° '•'• n>so colored Lunch was served eilk crepe gown and carried pink I _ : _ and wlnte carnalions. Helen llach- Crowd Goes (o B. B. Tllf- in, viio was riny-bearor wm-n n\ ° L ^ ° f Mgh «<*ool etuclcnts I " t^>^n a'^To/'no^ 031 '™ 111 TUOnka att ° nded Phc bridegroom's 'best man \ his brother Henry. Both bride- ami bridegroom arc members of the Lutheran church, and the. bride is a graduate of Titonka high school. The couple began housekeeping at nnro on a inrm nortliwost of Titonka Sleeker, Albert and George Nelson, Ubbo Doden. and Herman Raehut. U. H. Team Sees Ames Gnmc— Two carloads of basketball boys 'rom here drove to Ames to see the 3asketball game Friday night. At- lending were Coach Dunmlre Harold Krantz, Arlo (Larson, Arthur Askin, C. A. (Hoon, •William Kennedy, Relnhart Fritz, Edward Saathoff, Russell Kuchenreulher, and Merwyn Hansen. Daughter for Henry Swalres— An S-lb. girl wns born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalve last Thursday. :>hc has been named 'Jennie Lee. Other Titonka News. The Home Guards held their first looting in the basement of the tethodlst church Sunday afternoon t 3 o'clock, and 16 were present, tames were played and lunch was' served. Mrs. 71. A. French entertained the Thursday luncheon bridge club last week-. Mrs. Virgil Pendergast won the high score; Mrs. Stephen de Vries, low. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stoutenberg, FARM TENANTS NEARFENTON ME CHANGING Penton, Feb. 2S—Many changes are being made by tenants this spring. Among them are D, IT. Hantelman, who moves back lo hie farm vacated by C. C. Voight, who rented the Helmer place, north of town, vacated by Earl Murray*, who located on the Ray Murray farm, near Buffalo Center., Henry Tieman la moving from the FJscher farm to Mike Welsbrod'e farm vacated by Arthur Ttetz, wOio goes to a farm south of Algona. Jacob'SRode, of the Lotts Creek neighborhood, comes to the 'Fischer farm. Henry LTthof goes on the (arm vacated by Banner Iverson, who moves 12 miles northwest. Haold Goetsch goes to the Osborn place, Laurence Zwelfel, on the place vacated by them; Karl Slielson to a chicken ranch near Ringsted. Henry Miller will more back to his farm. William Planlel- nan will cocupy the residence va- :ated by D. <F. Hantelman. the tourna- - ............. „. ... ^. awu i" 1Pnt !nst Thurstla J' evening at the west of Burt, were 'Sunday after- Algona. high school building. At- I noon callers at their daughter, Mrs tending wore Lois Holfnor, Helen ) Roy Bucllong's, south of town Beed, Edlthmae Budlong. Margaret I Ethel AVellmeyer and Lorett Callies, Barbara Ball, Edna Ites, ! Larsen went home with Delma Hen Viola Kike, Mildred and Fern der.son for the week-end with he EslflHi. ItimiK'lior is liridc At tho Methodist cliurch afternoon Kstollo, daughter . Ji L <t 11 (.'lutlK bruin 1 party entered the church Friday of Airs. the ,. , ------ tm. t mil uh to the atrnn,s <,f „ wwW ,, w ^^ o<l bj Mns. •c:,-or S e jionacker and were met at the altar by tho Rev Fremont Faul, who performed the marnage ceremony. Two songs I Love You Truly and Oh Promise son T!/""?* lj ' r Mrs - «'»>«>* Selson. Following pi-ayp r the brieKl party and „„ Buosts had ]unc >" dal the clinch basement. : piece of the Krantz, Bernlce Larson, Lewis and Parents at Scranton. Vcrn Bacon, Noil Slack, Loraine i JIr - uncl Airs. Jay Budlong were Peterson, Leota Ocsterreicher, Ruth i-it Algona Saturday morning. Ptott, Russell French, Robert Wood, ' •Murlyn iKebrandt, Allene Johnson, Irma. Campbell, Ben Pannkuk, Airs. R. L. Krantz, Pauline Blakley and tonka was defeated by Wesley by a few points. Two Couples arc Honored— Letts Creek -y night in honor Gilbert Nelsc ing east of Burt, and Air. and Airs. Oscar Blanchard, who were married William Leininger entertained a a card party last week Wednesday evening. Attending: Air. and Airs Rudolph Tietz, Rudolph Wills, Air and Airs. Earl Laurkzen, Mr. anc Leininger, Air. and Airs Mr. and Airs. Nick Rich „ •*-•••"-« guest c uc , » ulch ' o and George Nelson received a ring. The church was decorated in and white. The. bride wa s . . e wa s ro n dark Wue, with hat to matched lier bouquet was sweet peas She wns attended ,by Anna Bruns who also wore dark blue. The best man was Horace Schank. ^ Bride and bridegroom are mem- " of the Methodist church, thc ad „, . -— newly weds Clarion, where they spent Gcngler, Arela Ohm, Air. and Airs ... , T t Arthur Rusch, Cathryn Kenne, and at the Methodist! the Frank Shellers. The woman's was played during ] high score was won by Arela Ohm tho evening and a delicious lunch was served. The Gilbert Nelsons will move to a farm a few miles east of Burt. New hardwood floors new woodwork, and bathroom will be put In at the house. Moving: Is Order of Day- Several families in town are mov- mg March 1. Th© Stephen de Vries family moves to the Herman Alech- lar house; the I. H. Torgersens are moving into the house vacated by Air. and Mrs. Jerry Scliutjer; Air. -J fcJ *-', 1Ml _j^ 1 ^ J.VXI . vnd Mrs. Schutjer are moving to a ' Jl Vm O ffittr II I* . low by Clara Tietz. The men's high was won by George Sheller, low by Rudolph Tietz. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Will drove to Truman, Minn., last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Will's parents, returning last Thursday. William Bil- gue stayed at the Will home during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the John Kohlwes home. Mrs. Noah Reisner spent Monday and Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Chris Seims, near Wnlttemore. iommmilty Club Organized— At a recent meeting of the business men and farmers held in the Legion hall they organized a com- comunity club. The following officers were elected: John Dempsey, president; O. H. Graham, vice president; S. E. iStraley, secretary- treasurer. Seventeen charter members were enrolled. A'membership committee consisting of .T. A. Schwartz, A. H. Kruse, and H. E. Reimers was appointed by the chairman to enroll additional members. A committee of three; F. P. Newel, E. C. iFauerby and O. H. Graham were appointed to visit neighboring towns who 'have community clubs, to get information on what is being done by other organizations of this kind. F. H. Training- School Held— The first' Faa-m Bureau Training school of the year was held at the home of Mrs. O. J. Miller in Freedom township Monday, February 12 Third year home furnishings is being taken up this year. The first lesson being in o-eed basketry. Betty Morrell, graduate of Ames, had :harge of the meeting. A good crowd was in attendance. A covered dish uncheon was served at noon.. The following Wednesday a follow-up meeting was held at the home of Mrs. C. F. Kern with Mrs. Ernest Voettler assistant hostess. Mi-s. 3ertl Berkland and (Mrs. Voettler had charge of the lesson, and those iresent wpked on reed baskets. Jllrthday Tea Party Given— A birthday tea party was held in he Methodist church Friday, by the adies of the church. Their profits mounted to $11. An interesting rogram was given. Hostesses were fesdames Hattle Weisbrod, O. H. chmidt, E. A. Huskamp, William Huskamp, J. F. Newel, Carl Kern, " H. iSchlei, Harry Haaee, and Hans Baagro. ' Boy and Two Girls'Born- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Volght'ar the parents of a boy born Februar; 17, iborn at the 'General hospital i, Algona. A girl was born to Mr. an< Mrs. Ernest Oskvlg February 8. ^ 10-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs R. W. Kabelltz at the McCreery hos pltal in Whlttemore Tuesday, Fob ruary 21. Relative of Goetsches Cfllls— Herbert Goetsch, of Ixonla, Wls accompanied by a Dr. Clark C. Pink of Oconomowoc, Wls., paSse< through this community last week Wednesday. Mr. Goetscli was buy ing up horses and stopped here fo a visit with his cousins R. C Goetsch, George Goetsch, and Agne Goetech. loivn City P/itlcnt Home- Maurice (Bilsborough returned home from the University hosplla at Iowa City (Friday, where he was .mder observation concerning severe leadaches whldh were puzzling the local doctors. The headaches ceasec befoe they found the cause of them Farmer's Harness Is Stolon- Fred Ueb, near Tenton, had „, good set of harness stolen from him last week Wednesday night. Other Fcnton News. Mrs.' Raymond Stoeber wag hostess to two tables of bridge Satuday evening. Mrs. F. H. JBohn won high score, and iBeulah Larson the travel irize. Other guests were Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mrs. O. FT. Graham, Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Dorthea Gerhard t. Margaret Scare, accompanied by Mrs. Christine Wintertun, of Radcliffe, came Saturday to visit at the Sam Scare home. Margaret returned home Monday and Mrs. Win- tertun remained here to care for Loren Scare,''who dg suffering froin an attack of Inflammatory rheumatism, •R. S. Blossom, Algona, was a business caller, here last week Wednesday. (Fie was accompanied by his daughter Margaret, who visited ther Smith, Instructor In music ant English, In the local school. R. S is d former bank casfliier here. Paul ElgleivMio Is employed In the !Brooker drug store at Ames, and Arthur Kuecker, student at Iowa iSlale college at Anres, visited the parental F. H. Elgler and Fred Kuecker homes respectively over Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer hos spent the last week at the home of her daughter,' Mrs. A. J. Krause. She left Saturday evening for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Schmidt, near Lone Hock. Edith Laage, teacher from Cedar Rapids, and Carl Schwartz, freshman student at Coe college, spent the week-end at the parental C. F. C. Laage and J. A. Schwartz homes, respectively, Mrs. Kate Newel spent from Tuesday until Friday last week caring for John (Bailey, who recently underwent an operation for appendl- illls. John Is convalescing rapidly. The Gaylord Johnsons entertained at seven tables of ''600" at their lome last week Tuesday night. Mrs. ?red Jentz held high score and Mrs. Charles Newel the low. The Oliver Stoebers, of Armstrong, pent the week-end at the parental W. E. Stoeber home. They were en- ertained at the A. H. Meyer home aturday evening. Mrs. Attic iSjostrum returned to er home in Minneapolis last week 'uesday after a few days visit with er parents, Mr.' and Mrs. L. M. "Unneetadt. - . . ' The Charles Schemmels, Ringsted, 'ere Saturday visitors at George oettcher's. (Mrs. Dorothea Gerhard entertained her sewing .club Friday evening. \ ,' Mrs. A, J. Krause entertalnfed her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Newel won high score..and Mrs. H. H. Wlddel the travel prize. Mrs. Martha ChWschllles entertained the Roy Chrlschllles's, John Mentzes, Clarence Mentzes, (Frank MoFalls at a Sunday dinner. The William Reimers family, of Whlttemore, and the E. C. Wels- brods were entertained at the H. IB. Reimers home Sunday. ' The Hook and Needle club' was entetalned at the home of Mrs. I* J. Weisbrod last week Tuesday evening.' The Charley Lovejoya left Saturday by car for their home Baker, Ore. They traveled via a southern, route. F. C. Bailey and son Paul, Iowa Falfe, spent the. H. j?u.i«j, npeni tne week. cn] ' JH. Ivniusd (tti<t Frank i> M> Thfl JElUfij96l1 Oh) Vila Hani Melr moved from''^!? 11 *' the latter'* house hero ^ t ^' IMO* TXrn,u1»*->__ _i . '''tO(I IV... Ing Workers club, «e, afternoon, at Jos. jf.. '^ Titonka Tho Olenn „„,„, tow.n, were Sunday Charles Relbsamens Mr. and Mrs. An rtrew vance. a fun " oommo " ARMOUR'S STAR PURE LARD WATC H HOW IT IS USED IN MAKING PASTRY AND HOT BREADS AT THE ADVANCE! COOKING SCHOOL THIS WEEK T Enjoy A Warm Home Try Our Coal Phone 229 US F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal IT IN YOUR RECIPES AND TASTE THE DELICIOUS FLAVOR IT GIVES ARMOUR'S Star Pure Lard always imparts a de. hcious flavor in your biscuits and pastry-something that neutral flavored shortenings can't do. Prove this for yourself. Dealers everywhere sell Armour's Star Pure Lard in two, four and eight pound pails, aLo the handy one-pound carton. Armour and Company, Chicago. farm a few miles from town' TIME AM) SPACE WON'T PERMIT US TO LIST ALL OF THE BAH- GAINS, SO COME EARLY AND GET YOUR SHARE OSWGOUT Starting Friday Morning, March 3 Everything Man Be Sold by Saturday Ni^t, March .» MAKE YOURSELF AND TOUB POCKETBOOK GLAD. . BE HEBE AND YOU WILL SAVE MOJTEY 9 A. M. SHOES 300 pair of women's and children's shoes, pood solid wearing shoes. CHOICE, PER PAIR 19® COATS I5« women's and children's wool coats, easy to remodel. CHOICE 49c 1111 GLOVES AND MITTS 2«S do/en men's cotton flannel mitts, regular l,,c pair value. But we sell 'em PER DOZEN 49c Neville's Toggery is Quittmg Business I *<>OL coo^ We have given up the lease on our store huiUi^o^ ,1 . . . I About »0« yards of wn«i „,.„,„ , ^?J?^w^s»ti^ -*- - m a k ; s*'* lcI <*i oiucK ac V^OrW'lttl. Iowa anrl AI>A " i • of our own stock. It will be three stocks ord^^STrf^^Ij!: «-»« cwo stocks right in on top mgs, notions, hosiery, underwear and ' ? ooa ?» shoes, ladies' r^A.r^ , . . >W room. ' About 700 yards of wool dress goods. <*ood patterns and colors: NEARLY $15,000 WORTH S L i t. «na ou miles to get in on tK^ao «.~ A ».i. • »«*«v»*is prices tnat will com. °ih' e _f h ? g ° e8 ' first come firs * «erved. You w?U L/ gr 5 a * 8av T g8 ' will rind the greatest bargains * II iu i* crowued and pushed anrl «f *i i SSfete^a^A-SHtSSja^-S 39c COTTON BATTS About 200 cotton baits, You'll hare to hurry for these. CHOICE COTTON BLANKETS 70x80 first quality piald blankets, while 483 last YOUB CHOICE Sale Starts 9 O'CLOCK Friday March 3rd NEVILLE'S TOGGERY ALGONA. IOWA ^^«W M • " ' f ^ ^^ » W m «• Sale Starts 9 O'CLOCK Friday March 3rd

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