Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 3
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE )fo Veteran Victim of War-Contracted Disease 4 [t! Frederick «• hi in » veterans' up insurance Sunday I the local Prea- He was a e lodge since '.National Guards, service until he • regular army • In on the Mexican , e Villa uprising, ||me was promoted w^!/- • • • ' ' • Service In the "r|g. commissioned „, While stationed it he contracted a -i'lntluenza, from fcftilly recovered. He rge from the A Cross work; to Emily Allen fin California., . ! ,(1931, he suffered Influenza and sent him to the red a govern- l?3i at Llvermore, i transferred to Vet-, 5: No. 61, Tucson, 1932, and here death. • ,. : -: : Dinted the body 'a military fun- week Wednes- i 'it 'the (Presbyter- be Winnebago Post ody. A male cjuar- of Jerry Ukena. , Lou Thaves, and ,Burt, sang, and Ijang. Burial was e Hill cemetery be- n, Henry, who died a Automobiles Made While You CREAM CHECKS ARE GIVEN OUT TO TITONKIANS Titonka, Aug. 22 —, The high cream checks for last month are out, as follows: Nick Heesch, $189; Warner Smidt, $160; W. H. Grover, $102.76; A. Schram, % 89.75; George Rippentrop, $89.75; Chris Brandt, $86.60; -Bruno Stecker, $78.50; Bartlett & Sons, '$78.25; iPeter-Ub- ben, $75.75; Ubbe Winter, $74.75; George Peterson, $74.75; Frank Meyer, $74.75; J. A. Harms, ?74.'50«, Graham Bros., $71; Stephen TJa- den, $70.'50; John Koestler, $69.75; Henry Gray & Sons, $65.50; William Welhousen, $63; Bruno Schutter, $63; Ben U. Meyer, $62; George L. Schmidt, $61.75; Miendert Smidt, $61. Balls Visit World's Fair— The Dr. R. C. Balls and Verdene Boyken drove to Monroe, Wis., last week Monday to visit relatives till last' week Wednesday, when they went on to attend the world's fair till Friday. The daughter Barbara went with them to Chicago, but the daughter Patty and Verdene visited at Monroe. All got home Saturday. lear Program Via Auto Radio— : The music committee of the local Legion Auxiliary unit will give a radio picnic party at the Zwieffrl- Michelson home Friday. The radio program will be heard over an au- ;omobile set. The committee con- King Tut'i Throne On* of the very unusual exhibits at the Chicago World's Fair la that of General Motors, housed In a vast building in which automobiles are made* M vast crowds of visitors watch the process. The above picture Is Of lp«clal Interest because the photograph was made by W. G. Stuber, president of the Eastman Kodak Company. He visited the exposition and toured the grounds as an amateur photographer. Lofts Creek Babe Dies After Month's Illness i to Concert— {men from Dubuque • a splendid musical the Presbyterian irsday evening. The' of hymns, a , uals, a group of i, a short talk of the rtour, and a talk re„ Following are the i putting on the con- Bartholomew; St. rede, Little Rock; Lennox, S. D.; s Bockern, Lennox, S. ?; Ipalook, Point Bar"Mr. Ipalook, a na- i, has one year more Ity and will then" go i to his people. The ling their vacations s all over the coun- at beautiful voices [orth-while concert. A ! was taken for them rexpenses. I IB Accident- wrecked Sunday I the corner north ot i farm southwest of f Hamilton, Fern Lew- Barger were on. irt to attend a fleavor Rally, and i-Garret Gray, and were driving west i Winded at the cross- was seriously Ini cars were wrecked. i car was a new Ford •Lotts Creek, Aug. 22 — James Richard, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, who had been sick .with whooping cough four weeks, became worse last week Monday, and pneumonia, also a iskin disease, caused him to grow weaker, resulting in death at 8:40 a. m. last Thursday. The child was born July 17 in ILotts Creek township and was only a month old. He was baptized July 30 by the Rev. E. Fiene. His parents, Herbert and Ruth Potratz, and his grandparents on both aides, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F- Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Here is a Fair visitor admirln the golden replica of King T.ut'8 throne in the Egyptian Pavilion at A Century of Progress—the Chicago World's Fair. sists of Louise €onradi, Fern Andrews, Esther Askins, and Theresa Dreesman. Marguerite Budlong Home Again—Arthur Jay and Edithmae tiud- long got home Friday night from California with their sister Marguerite, who had been with relatives two years at Glendale, suburb of Los Angeles. Arthur Jay and Edithmae spent a week there Fair Baby Booth Planned- Mrs. D. D. Monlux and Mrs. Geo St. John, Algona, were here las cation in northern Minnesota. Mrs. John Kohlwes, who accom panied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weich man, Kuthven, to Willlamsburg has returned, after ten days with her brother Albert Maas, and other relatives. Hilda Potratz, who had spent a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, returned Monday to Fort Dodge, where she is employed at the Becker greenhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz were Sunday dinner guests of latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Thursday to consult MrSi Mar Budlong about the annual baby Potratz, besides tour aunts, four Scnu it Zi Whittemore- f on Visit*-. Alden, visited ' Guy Beemer, last inter's sister, Ella fork City, was also a ' ners, but left with Nrday for Albert I spend two weeks M at St. Paul, .and Des Moines. return here for a rkrautdaybe- 1 World's Fair— Mrs. Frerking, son t*». Ida Ukena left ^for Jesup to visit Mrs. Gerald Ukena. " for jollet, III., visit a daughter «rs. Clarence N}espy Slans to attend the ^re returning. The uncles, and two cousins survive. :'Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the Immanuel Lutheran church, and burial was made dn the Lutheran cemetery at Lotts Creek, the Rev. E. Fiene in charge. Pallbearers were Paul Potratz, Ellsworth Heidenwith, Walter Wetzel, and Ernest Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Heller, and Mrs. Erwin Bender, Westgate; Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Geilenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Ristau, and William Rtetau, >Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behnke, Bennett; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bargmann, of (Rodman, Victor and Lillian; Wash Harris, West Bend; many from Whittemore; Hilda Potratz, of (Fort Dodge; and Anna and Frieda Reim- Reimers, Fenton, attended the funeral. Three to Lutheran Synod— The Rev. E. Fiene and Teacher William 'Schmiel, accompanied by Martin Meyer, left Monday morning for Eldora to attend »he 36tn convention of the Iowa district of the Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and other states August 2125 at St Paul's Lutheran church there. The opening service was to be held August 21. Mr. Meyer is delegate from the Immanuel congregation here, Wlnkels to World's Fair- Mrs. George Winkel, daughter Mary, and son Harold left Sunday evening to visit Mrs. Wlnkel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, El- Mr, and Mrs. Gerhard Schmiel, of Cedarburg, Wis., their son David, and the Wm. Schmiels were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig entertained at a card party Sunday evening. The Nick Genglers spent Sunday with the Genglers at Le Mars. The Albert Potratzes spent the week-end at Bayside, Clear Lake. Wed at Whlttcmore. Lotts Creek, Aug. IS — William Leininger, Lotts Creek, and Mrs Arela Ohm, Whittemore, were married last Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Lutheran parsonage, Whittemore, by the Rev. Mr. Discher, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Teitz, Algona, were witnesses- The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rusch Sr., formerly of Lotts Creek, now of Whittemore. Mr. Leininger, who is the son of Mrs. Joseph Leininger Sr., Algona, farms the home place southwest of Lotts Creek. health contest at the county fair. Mrs. Fred Wentz, graduate nurse, will have charge of the booth. Three Couples to Fair—= The R. !L. Krantzes, the L. B. Larsons, the H. C. Schweppes, and Harold Gartner drove to Chicago Sunday to attend the world's fair ;ill this week Thursday. Doris and Marion Krantz were taken to Algona to stay with relatives. Second Son for the Hoons-^ A boy was born to Supt. and Mrs. Hoon last week Wednesday. This is the third child. Jack and Mary Hoon are spending the week with their grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. William Hoon,. Garner. Auxiliary Has Work Day— An emergency work day will be observed at Carrie Bonacker's this week Tuesday by Legion Auxiliary members. Carbuncle Patient Hag Nurse— iFred Adamson has an infected carbuncle on his left arm, and Hannabelle Giddlngs. Burt, is nurse. • Other Titonka News. Helen Beed accompanied Alice Gartner, who had been here taking care of the Gartner bees, to the latter's home at Rowan Saturday afternoon. They are to return next week Tuesday, and Alice will again help her brother Harold with the bees. Thomas Vickerman, Colman, S. D., who had visited the Eric Petersons, went home Sunday, and W. T. Vickerman accompanied him. The latter had spent the summer with Urs. Peterson, who is his daugh- or. Mrs. Julia Reynolds, her daugh- er Florence, and son Robert drove ;o Fort Dodge Sunday to bring home Edith Reynolds and Kathryn Schram, who toad visited relatives there a week. , Mrs. George Bonacker and her children, Joyce, Janice, and Dawn who had visited western relatives two months, got home Monday. Mr Bonacker met them at Brltt. Wilbur, eldest son of William Schram, stockbuyer, went to Chi cago on a stock train a week ago Saturday to attend the world's fair Lela, daughter ot Fred Adamson who had visited here, returned t Des Moines Monday. She has spent several summers with her father. Mrs. Bernard Thompson's Sunday school class had a picnic at Indian Hollow last Thursday. Mrs. H. A. (French will entertain the Thursday bridge luncheon club SOUTH CRESCO CLUB TO HAVE PICNIC IN PARK South Cresco, Aug. 22—The M. & D, club was entertained last week Wednesday by Mrs. William Runchey, ten members, three guests, and ten children attending. The pro;ram was In charge of Mrs. B. C. ?otter: piano solo, Mrs. D. S. Wildin; poems, Mesdames F .L. Miller, j. A. t>lson, M. L. Dutton, D. D. Sparks; recitation, Alice Sparks; readings, Jeanne 'Clayton and B. F. Sparks; a two-minute talk on interesting sights for children at the world's fair by Mrs. W. L. Martin. Quilting was done. ' The next meeting will be at the Ambrose A. Call state park, losers to entertain winners in attendance, roll call, and membership in which Mesdames F. L. Zelgler and Bjel•land were captains. Mrs. Zeigler's side won with 144 points against 133. The quilt will be sold, the receipts to be used for charity and to assist high school students. Mrs. E. C. Potter, president for the year beginning September 1 announced the following commit ;ees: calendar, Mesdames Homer Llndhorst, F. L. Miller, Wllllan lunchey; tellers, Mesdames D. D Sparks, L. A. Potter, F. L. Miller loral, Mesdames W. L. Martin, M L. Dutton, D. D. Sparks. Picnic Given for Ylsttors—= Mr. and Mrs. Hurling and Mr. Is caring for the household duties. Have Picnic at Humboldt— The H. I. Sabin and Earl Miller families, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox, CJapftola Sample, Edith Reed, Mrs. Estella Sabin, and Messrs, and Mesdames M. J. Jones, O. W. Sample, and Theo Goeders picnicked Sunday at the Olson park, (Humboldt. •_• • • Other South Cresco. The Earl Powells, Mason City, islted Sunday at William and fernley Runchey's, and • Theresa owell .went, home with them, after month her*. Harold Brandow, who has had a ew coupe since a recent birthday, eft 'Monday to visit friends at Chapin. He spent that night at Jason City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strahm, Se- betha, Kans., have gone home, after ;en days here. The latter is Helen laughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Gerber. Ray Miner returned Monday to his home at Storm Lake, aftef tt week here. Mrs. Miner and children remained. Irvln Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. B*- dolph Wlllrett, and Jos. Traub, «C Vest Bend, were recent worUH fair visitors. Mr. and Mrs. O, S. Moore left Sunday to attend the world's tat* and visit relatives at points In. HK inois. 'Susanne Potter went homes Thursday. Her father, Dr. I* B* Potter, Shaller, came for her. The Philip Roethlers attended • Faber family reunion Sunday aft the West Bend park. S. L. Olson, Humboldt, was Well enough to be here last week on. H business mission. Mrs. Paul Hum has return**, from a visit with relatives at N«nt Hampton. Eva Brown went to Mason. CttJ? Monday to visit relatives. TYPEWRITER CARBON AT THE ADVANCE this week Thursday. Zella Harris, Hampton, spent the week-end 'with her mother, Mrs. Philip Buffington. William Fritz is attending the world's fair. and Mrs. Peter Erickson and their little daughter, Westbrook, Minn., arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Er- ickaon's brother, W. H. Brandow. In honor of the visitors 45 persons picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park. 'From a distance came the John Brandows, Fairmont. The two visiting families were eh route to the world's fair and were to visit the Charles Brandows, Chicago. They left Monday, and were to call on Mrs. Alta Stiles, Charles City. . Visitors at B. F. Sparks'— Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sparks, son D. D., his wife, and three of the D. D. Sparks children spent Sunday afternoon at the Ray DeWItte's, Fort (Dodge, and were met there by Mrs. D. D. Sparks' brother Leonard and his mother, Mrs. L. J. Brown Boone . Mrs. Brown came here for a visit, and her eon Kenneth, also Boone, came Tuesday. Son for the Helfners. A 6-lb. boy .was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lou Heifner last week Wednesday. Mrs. Heifner is in a hospital at Afton. The boy was named Lewis Ellsworth. Boy for the Samuel A 10-lb. boy was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mogler, who live on the Hoppe farm. The Mog lers now have two boys and four girls. The mother Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ger ber. Hazel Banwart, West Bend Huge stampede and Rodeo every night; 2 hours of thrill, ing contests between T6 of America's champion cowboys and cowgirls. Broncho basting, bundogging, roping, wild hone.' racing, chuck wagon races, etc. Special features each afternoon. SM what terming, •oil projeeta, Uvertoek. management. Hidweni big grain, orchard ahow Bvcry nlefet.^ «>*** from Century at Vng- Mart SaOmt vt- rotechnto ever ihowm. HORSERACES 9ttP* 100.Bc«fr»*»nip for fair vieHoriu Special ticket! (or MIPPODRGM Ooloenl open-eJr ebcna, day and night—dan dev- ing Running w*et .•»•*? WIGHT on MWmlwrted track. "•••: Da, cjmnaata, elawaa, acrobat*, famona tiara. TmUB-8 BIGGEST VACATION BAHGAINI Wanm'a *zpoaltion. «-H dub eanenm. Machinery •bow. aimer midway. U band*, radto atan. • dayi and nlifaU of entertainment and education. UVE STOCK Church-, .August Gutknecht, Gut- Gut- Charles" Mrs. will lKn.11 ----- II »M Gutkne <?" .ta the world Sunday. The aeat- e church is six gin, HI. Mr. Winkel, daughter Bernice, and Marvel Elbert left Monday morning for Elgin to join them and go on to attend the world s fair. " Miss Elbert won this trip as a graduation gift from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert' Lutheran Fest In Grove— The Immanuel Lutheran congregation ihere has been invited to attend a Whittemore mission f est next Sunday in the Albert Vaudt grove, The morning service win begin at 10:15; the afternoon ser?IS%J «:«b. There will be services here Sunday morning at the usual Ume, 10 o'clock. 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