Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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PAGE TEN CREEK THRESHERS IN GET-TOGETHER Lotts Creek, Aug. 8 — The Potratz-Potter threshing ring had an ice cream party at Mrs. Lloyd Potter's Monday evening. The evening was spent at cards. There have : toeen many such events in the county, as usual at this time of year, . but 4he threshing season this year •was unusually short, because of the .poor crop which resulted from a prolonged drought. Schoolmates In Get-Together— Teacher and Mrs. Knuth, of Paul- Jina, Teacher and Mrs. C. F. Gutz, Storm Lake, two daughters, and a son, and Teacher and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Whittemore, were last Thursday evening dinner guests of Teacher and Mrs. William Schmiel. The teachers are all schoolmates. Pastor TJslts Former Charge— The iRev. E. Fiene and his daughters Hanna and Margaret daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, north of Sex- bride's parental C. {. Mansmith home at Burt September 1. The evening was spent at Bunco, , ton, was married last wee* .Lydia Mansmith, Burt, sister of the Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at \ guest of honor, winning the high the home of her parents to Evert L. Hodgin, of Rudd. The Rev. I. C. McNulty, Wesley-Sexton Methodist pastor, performed the ceremony. House decorations for the event were in jink and white. Only members of the immediate families and a few close friends were in attendance. Libbie Hodgin, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, and Leo Steven, brother of the visited from last week Wednesday till Friday with friends at Ocheyedan, where Mr. Fiene was formerly pastor. Dolores Potratz and Gertrude Kucker stayed with Mrs. (Flene during their absence. Albert Potratz 18; Party- Fifty young folks gathered at the 'Albert Potratz home Sunday even- tag to help Hugo Potratz celebrate his 18th birthday. The evening was spent at games, and at midnight lunch was served. score, Adds Anderson second. The guest of honor then opened gift packages, after which light refreshments were served. Other guests were Esther, Amelda, and Elda Lavrenz, Jessie Smith, Mary Harris, Elva Ewald, Lucille Sill, Helen Oillespie, Evelyn Toothman, Helen Cook, Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Burt, Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, Mrs. John Laing, the latter's guest, Two Kossuth Brides bride, was best man. Dorothy Mrs. Hynds, of Canada, and Marlys Schatzer, niece of the bridegroom,; Gillespie, Fort Dodge. was flower girl. Mrs. Mansmith entertained in Louise Ahrenkiel, of Goodell, ! her honor at a quilting bee at Burt played Mendelssohn^ wedding | Friday, and attending from here ^. n ,.. „. ., , German Communion Next Sunday- German communion will be celebrated next Sunday at the Lutheran church. Announcements will be received Friday evening. The services begin at 10 o'clock. Surprise Honors Mrs. Heidenwith— 'A surprise party honoring Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith's birthday was given Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leo Zanke. All her children attended. Youth Kicked by Horse— Alvin Potratz, who has been working for Edwin Mittag a month or so, was kicked in the chest by a horse recently. No bones were "broken. Aid Will M>et Tomorrow— The Aid meets this week Friday at the Lutheran school hall; Mrs. Albert Potratz, hostess. Other Lotts Creek. Mrs. John Kohlwes accompanied March, and Oh Promise Me and I Love You Truly were sung. The bride's gown was of pink silk crepe trimmed with lace, and the maid of honor was dressed in light blue silk crepe. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served by the bride's mother. The new Mrs. Hodgin was reared in Kossuth and is a graduate of both the Algona high school and- the State Teachers college. For some years she has taught at Rudd, where her husband has been high school teacher, coach, and director of the high scool band. Mr. Hodgin is a graduate of the Greene high school and the Teachers college, and will now serve similarly at -Inwood, where the couple will live. He is a member of the Phi Tau Theta fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Hodgin will be at home at Inwood after September 1. GlHespie, her guest, Marlys Gillespie, of 'Fort Dodge, and Philbred Izzard, Corwith, who spent last week here. Dinner Party for Druggists— Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Tuttle entertained 22 couples last Thursday evening at a : 6:30 Good Will dinner at the Algona Country club clubhouse. Following dinner there was bridge for the women while several speakers addressed the men. In attendance were druggist customers and close friends of the entertaining couple. Local guests were Messrs, and Mesdames K. D. James, E. W. Lusby, George L. Free, F. E. Kent, B. T. Agard, and G. .L. Vohs. M. H. Falkenhainer, Gene Murtagh, and Arthur Helburg were also in attendance. Out of town guests were Messrs. and Mesdames Carl Vohs, West iner nenhew Oirl w * TI T> +v\ allu ivicaucuuet* \jttii vous, west ven, and his famHy "orTweSTor f n «f £,£ ^-T^ XS ten days at Wllliamsburg. where wi^V^L 5 « J " B ' a . le i' Parties Honor the Moores— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, San Antonio, Tex., are spending a month with the latter's sister, Mrs Al Falkenhainer, and her brothers M. P. and J. W. Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver en tertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs Moore last week Wednesday even ing. A -6:30 dinner was served, a bouquet of snapdragons formini the decorations. Guests include* Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard and Mrs. Falkenhainer. Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer entertained at one o'clock luncheon honoring Mrs. Moore last Thursday Covers were laid for ten, and the afternoon was spent at auction bridge, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer winning the high score. Mrs. Moore received a guest prize. Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs, F. L. Trlbon entertained" at one o'clock luncheon honoring Mrs. Moore Monday. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer won the high score at bridge at two tables, and Mrs. Moore received a guest prize. '"THE YOUNG WOMAN on ithe reader's left Is Mr,s. Albert Dlrksen, A formerly Dorothy Muehe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Muehe. The Dirksens were married June 20 at St. Joseph's church, Wesley. The other young woman, also a Wesley girl, married July 3 at Philadelphia, where she and her husband are now living, Is Mrs. John Canning, formerly Margaret Dornbler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Dornbier. The pictures appeared in the Sunday Des Moines Register. Mrs. Kohlwes was t visit her brother, Albert Maas, who has been parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Liesener, Wm. Meyer, daughter Lorena, and Adella Mittag motored recently to Barney, N. D., to visit Mr. Meyer's daughter, Mrs. Jack Kressin, and other reiatives. They returned Monday. Mrs. Henry Schultz, F. W. Zeigler, Garner; F, Wilson, Klenime; Oscar Kanawha; and F. H. of were Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt; Mrs. A. M. Kennedy, Geo. W. Carmean, and Evan Carmean, Bancroft; Henry Edmonds, Ames; R. B. Shaver, H. B. Dickens, C. W. Stultz, and Lela Fulton, of -Des Moines; Geo. W. Gillman, Fort daughter ind Mrs. | Dodge; Ray Reimers, Ringsted; and Leon Gangsted, Bode. Parties at the Clubhouse— Mrs. W. B. Quarton and Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles were committee for an afternoon >party at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday afternoon. Gfarden flowers formed the decorations. Contract bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. G. W. Stillman winning the high score. Mrs. W. P. French won high at auction bridge, also played at four tables. A change in the committee for next week's evening party has been announced, and the following committee will serve: Messrs, and Mesdames G. W. Stillman, N. C. Rice, P. J. Christensen, Joel Herbst, and W. H. Cummings, Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams, Dr. M. G. Bourne, William F. Steele, and Beth Backus. Reception for Algona Bfrlde— visited last Thursday with Mrs. Herbert Potratz. Reuben Luedtke, employed Mr. Tuttle travels for , ...oines drug house and an Bobby ! headter3 here _ afternoon A reception in honor of Mrs. Alvin Huenhold was given by the Des j Trinity Lutheran Aid Tuesday at his j Mrs. August Huenhold's. The pro- Club Meets at Okobojis— Members of the Birthday club spent Tuesday at the Okobojis. Mrs. Harry Moore, San Antonio, Tex., Mrs. iF. W. Wehler, and Mrs. K. D. James were guests of the club. Members attending were the Mesdames M. P. Haggard, Al Falken- hainer, C. B. Murtagh, S. E. McMahon, A. L. Peterson, J. O. Paxson, M. P. Weaver, D. H. Goeders, H. E. Rist, and Wm. K. Ferguson. The group had luncheon at the Patch lunch rooms on Miller's Bay. Rozanne Holtcbauer 11; Party— Rozanne Holtzbauer reached her llth birthday anniversary Friday, and that night a group of eight girls, dropped in to surprise her. The guests were taken to the Call theater, and later refreshments were served at the home ot her father, J. J. Holtzbauer. The guests were Eileen Aman, Betty Kohl" haas, Ruth Holtzbauer, Betty Scan- Ian, Pauline Zender, Frances "Ann Zittritsch, and Janice Wagoner. Fort Dodge Girl Honored— Marlys Gillespie, Fort Dodge, who spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, celebrated her 13th birthday Saturday, and i surprise party was given in her nonor, the following guests atending: Lydia Mansmith, Gertrude kelson, Violet Norman, Helaine Os;rum, Geneva Scharlach. The af- ;ernoon was spent at "rummy," Helaine Ostrum winning the high score, Miss Mansmith second. CRIME (Continued from page 1.) in Reception for the Sjostrands— A reception for the Rev. and gram was opened at 2:30 p. m. with bers. j the song, "Jesus Still .Leads On," and was followed with a short talk County Legion Women Meet— New county officers were instal- ed at a county meeting of the Le;ion Auxiliary at Bancroft Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City s the new county chairman, and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Algona, the new vice-chairman. Mrs. Jeannette Mc- Vlurray, Algona, 'is chaplain. Sev- •ral auto 'loads of Algonians at- ended! 'Jcnlc Ends Baptist Contest— (Losers in a recent Baptist Loyal i. S. class "calling" contest will entertain winners at a picnic this afternoon. Members are to meet .t the church at 2:30, each taking lishes. Tfte event concludes a wo months contest during which lembers called on church mem- derson, both of Titonka, testified that he was. The officers discovered that one of the men Johnson picked up had recently been released from the Minnesota state prison at Stillwater. Johnson and County Attorney McMahon went to Emmetsburg yesterday with Johnson, who was to plead guilty before Judge 'Davidson. Lu Yerne Man Fined. Jesse Stoddard, Lu Verne, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Casey Loss last week Wednesday night, ind last Thursday pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness before Justice White. He was fined $10, but was given 30 days in which to raise the money. If the fine is not paid within that time he will have to serve ten days in Jail. Albert Davis was released - after a hearing in "mayor's court yesterday on a charge of bootlegging'fil- ed against him by George Lichter. The case was dismissed for lack of evidence, after Davis had pleaded not guilty. Green, third; Mrs. L. J. Malueg, secreary; Mrs. D L.. Leffert, treas- Bargain Prices, Great Program For Slate Fail Des Moines, la., Special: Bargain admission prices, one o the biggest entertainment programs in years, ani ^-^ t * . a farm and |( l\/\//\ livestock expa I V^/ V VAA sltlon pointing I /-» -' the way to the "new deal" tot agrlcu i ture wl j offer a three- way invitation to tens ol thousands ol . midwest vacation-seekers at the Iowa State Fair here this summer. Here are some of the highlights of the ten-day State Pair program, opening August 25 and continuing through September 1: A wild-west Rodeo and Roundup every night, with 75 famous cowboys and cowgirls In competition, and over 200 head of wild horses i and cattle. Night horse races every night, the first ever witnessed in Iowa. Also harness races four, afternoons, Aug. 28 through Aug. 31. Running races one afternoon, Aug. 26. Auto races two .Fridays, Aug. 25 and Sept 1, with over 60 natloi- ally-famous drivers competing. An open-air circus every afternoon and evening, "Century of Progress" fireworks every night, fifteen bands and orchestras playing both day and night, famous radio stars In two shows on Sunday only, Aug. 27, state checker tournament, mid- west horseshoe pitching tournament, old-fiddlers' contest, baby health contest, a new "super" midway of 48 shows-and rides, an auto show, radio show, and 120 acre free camp for fair visitors. Agriculture's "new deal" will be outlined in a comprehensive series of educational exhibits. In addition, there .will be a'Plate command small-grain show, a state fruit show, apiary show, flower show, a state school's exposition, a fish and game exhibit, and a national farm equipment show. The National Live- .-..•: : T Your Last Cha parents, Luedtke. road graveling in southern Minne-1 Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand was given at sota, visited over Sunday with his i Luther Hall Friday night. At S Mr an<] Mrg Ernest j o'clock the following program was Ada Fiene, who works for Mrs. W. C. Dewel at Algona, and a guest spent Sunday with Ada's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene. I given: Scripture reading, Mrs. Ole Allison; prayer, Mr. Allison; trio, Dorothy Sellstrom, Beth Backus, and Harriett Smith, with Kathryn Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Lone Call as pianist; reading, A Case of Rock, and Loretta Meyer left Sun- Nerves, Dorothy .Sellstrom; duet, day to visit relatives in Wisconsin. | Palmer Sellstrom and Violet Nor- 'Elsie Kohlwes, Algona, visited (man, with Dorothy Sellstrom over Sunday at the John Kohlwes home. as accompanist. After the program refreshments Many from this vicinity attended j were served at long tables. The a mission fest at Fenton Sunday. 'Edwin Mittag was sick last week, having been poisoned by food. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, Burt, their son Dean, and Leona .Lichter, Algona, attended a state Junior League baseball tournament at Rockwell City last week Wednesday. -Hurt clashed with' Cedar Rapids in the state finals. •Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap have moved into the Lewis Eike apartments, where they will live till the new Dr. P. V. Janse tenant house is completed. Ada Word en, Elmore, came Monday for a wek with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton. The C. L. Bllleys spent the fore table decorations consisted of bou- by the Rev. P. J. Braner. A song befitting the occasion was then given by Ella Zumach, after which there were other short talks, songs, and contests. A gift was presented to the guest of honor by the Aid president, Mrs. Henry Wegener, and refreshments were served. The new Mrs. Huenhold was formerly Henrietta Aalderks, Lakota. Surprise for Geo. W. Godfrey- Members of the Methodist Centenary S. S. class surprised Geo. W. Godfrey with a picnic in his honor at the Godfrey home Tuesday night. Mr. Godfrey has taught the quets and place cards. G. D. Brund-! class for a number of years, but age presided as toastmaster, and | leaves soon for Ames. The Rev. C. toasts were given by Mr. Allison, Helmer Norman, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, Robert Sellstrom, and Gertrude Nelson. The bride and bridegroom were presented with a purse from members of the congregation. Presentation was made by Mr. Allison. The evening's entertainment was closed with community singing. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., parents of the Rev. Mr. Sjostrand, were out of town guests. Showers for Noruia Mansmith— '\orma Mansmith was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Ottumwa. part of the week with relatives at siven by Mrs. Samuel Smith last week Tuesday evening in honor of the former's approaching marriage to Philip Puffer, Corwith. The ceremony is to be performed at the •4- T. H. Chrischilles returned from a Chicago buying trip Saturday. V. Hulse spoke 'briefly, and Mrs. E. A. Genrfch presented a fountain pen desk set on behalf of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey gave responses. The rest of the evening was spent at singing familiar songs. Eighty members of the class attended, Boy Gives Birthday Party- Julian,'7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, observed a birthday anniversary Saturday by entertaining friends at a theater party at the Call in the afternoon, after which refreshments were served at the Chrischilles home. Guests were Thomas Beardsley, Taskar Falkenhainer, Billy Pletch, Eldon Hovey, Sonny Sorensen, Jack and Ding Nugent, Robert Cooper, Orville Baaken, Teddy and Joel Herbst, and Julian's brothers Ted and Jack. Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Mrs. F. I. Chapman, and Anna Murray brought 20 members of the Junior Christian Ehtl'eavor, Lu Verne', to the Algona swimming pool for a frolic Tuesday afternoon. The group went to- the 1 Ambrose A. Call state park for a picnic- snpper: Visiting Women Are Honored- Mrs. T. H. Ch'riscliilles entertained members ot! her bridge elub- and 1 other friends Friday night in honor of Mrs. D. R; Steele, Sioux City, former member of the club, and Mrs. William NUgent,. Chicago. Contract bridge was played' at five tables, Helen Dingley and Mrs. R. H. Miller winning the' high scores. Mrs. P. V. Janse Hostess— Mrs. P. v: Janse- entertained at B:30 dinner last Thursday evening. The guests were seated 1 at seven ;ables centered with bouquets. Mrs. Scott Fraser, Philadelphia; was an- out-of-town guest. The high scores at bridge were won by the Mesdames R. Hi Miller, M: P; Haggard 1 , and W. P. French: Methodist AW Names Officers—• The Methodist Aid' elected officers at the church last Thursday:Mrs. J. F: Overmyer, president," Mrs. W. A. Poster; first vice'r Mrs-. Oscar And'ersoir, second; Mrs. F. "VST* ROLL FILMS DEVELOPED FREE at Lusby's. 40-51 LOST—HIP BOOTS, north of Algona.—Call Advance. 10p48 TWO .LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms for rent.—Call Advance. 8u48 lHAY WANTED, TO PUT UP IN shares.—Albert Gould, phone 2F14. Ilp48 WANTED—GIRL FOR Housework, to sleep at home; $2.50 a week.— Inquire Advance. g48 WANTED—STEADY JOB ON farm by married man. Separate house. —Inquire Advance. 12(36p)48 APPLES FOR SALE—DUTCHESS 25c bu.; Wealthies, picked, 50c bu.—Chas. Egel, phone 27F4. p48 FOR SALE — 15-30 McCORMICK, De«ring tractor; also 3-bottom plow.—-Mrs. Roy iLowinan, Algona. 14p47-48 OWNER MAY CLAIM STRAYED pigs at Frank Bentele's, Sexton, by paying for feeding and this notice. 10p47-49 CORONA TYPEWRITER and case for sale. Both in excellent condition. Only $7.50.—Advance office. 46g FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS at private sale at 628% N. Thorington starting Thursday evening at 6:30.—F. H. Seller. 18p48 LOST SATURDAY BETWEEN Titonka and Algona: brown suitcase containing boy's clothes.—Andrew M. Hansen, phone 40 on 4, Titonka. 06p48 LAST CALL FOR CHICKS: LAST hatch August 14. Free chicks one week.—Inquire Hamilton Leghorn Farm & Hatchery, Bancroft. 19(2)47-49 LOANS—SMALL LOANS; AUTO- niobiles refinanced and payments reduced; loans made at once.— Western Credit Co., Algona. 15(2)48tf RIGHT DOWNTOWN BUT QUIET Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal bldg., Minneapolis; 75c, |1, $1:50 a day. Parking next door. 22p48 MARK " YOtJBTvACATION SAFE. We sell the nationally known "Travelers" full coverage accident tickets. -T- Algona Ins. Agency. Phone 55. 19(2)40tf MAN WANTED TO SUPPLY CUS- tomers with lamtous Watkins Products in Algona. Business established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts immediately.— Write J. R. Watkins Company D-71, Winona, Minn. 27p48-51 RELIABLE INSURANCE AT LOW cost — Direct writing on all forms of Surety Bonds, Automobile, dwelling, and household goods Insurance. We invite your confidence in matters of insurance protection without any obligation on your part. Call at our office of phone 55. —THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY. C. R. La Barre. 48-36tf NEW NATIONAL CARBIDE warehouse—Carbide users will he glad to know a warehouse has been established at Fort Dodge with the Sherman Storage & Transfer Line for distributing (National Carbide. Order blanks, envelopes, prices, and particulars will be mailed to any one addressing Mitchell Carbide & Light Co., Kimball, s. D. 50p48 Lu Verne- C.. E- Plcnlcks Here— Before Tfckfnp That Vacation Trip get Aetna Accident Tickets. Full coverage at low cost. We have them on hand at all times. H. K. KBUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 185 Algona, Iowa urer. Breakfast Honors Guest Here- Mrs. F. E. Kent and Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained, at a breakfast Saturday, honoring Mrs. D. R. Steele, Sioux City. Contract bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. J. L. Bonar winning high, Mrs. M. J. Streit second high. Other Society. The Trinity Lutheran Aid met last Thursday at Mrs. Robert Dreyer's, Lotts Creek, 35 persons attending. The Rev. P. J, Braner gave a short talk on the mission work in India and China, and the rest of the afternoon was spent in entertainment. Lunch was served by Mrs. Dreyer. USE THE ADVANCE WANT ADS. m THE FRIENDLY 8TOKK The rack of summer garments in our ready t department is getting smaller and smaller decreases in size, THE PRICE GETS Why not pick yourself out a neat, washable, —good all year 'round for a house dress at prices? There are all sizes but the selectTcT dwindling. Come right in. 8 $1.5O $2.50 We have some good coat buys left. You'll w ar Pall coat and'PRICES ARE GOING UP—now j time to buy a "between" wrap. These coats are 8 reasonable. See them. It will be a week or ten days before the new ma f trip garments appear, so shop here at these bare prices. All cotton $1.95 dresses are $1.25 while i last and the regular $1.00 line-is now 88c. 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