Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1933 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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Thursday, September 7, 1933
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HOE EIGHT INDEPENDENT F, B, TEAM IS PLANNED t '. , • ——» An Algona independent football Squad will be organized next Sunday morning, when aspirants for places on the team are to report at Athletic park. They are not expected to "suit up." Plans will be laid for a practice schedule, and .potential line-ups will be discussed. [Practice will open next week, and it is hoped that a game may be (scheduled for a date late this mont tor early in October. (Fifteen men expected to repor are: George Lichter, Lee iReed Kenneth Samp, Louis and Jame Moore, Harold Martinek, Stanlej McDonald, Wilfred Johnson, Eu .gene (Pearson, "Red" Bradfielcl George St. John, Edward Ostrum Kenneth Cowan, Willis Cotton, o IJohe iRock, and Coach Schueller, o the Swea City schools. Coaches Mercer and Nordstrom ate expected to play when their high school and academy games do The Chevrolets were bought by: will play in the backfield, which in their absence will probably be weak. The line, though experienced men are available, will need substitutes. All players are urged to report and help provide trained substitutes. Stewart MoFadden will again be manager, with Cecil Benner as treasurer. Roy McMahon was treasurer last year and the year before The coach, will probably be picked Sunday. SISTER OF FENTON WOMAN DROWNED Last week's Fenton 'Reporter reprinted from the 'Fargo, N. iD., Forum an account of the accidental drowning of Leona Kressin, 25, sister of Mrs. F. W. Jentz, southeast of Fenton, and Mrs. Walter Krause, Lotts Creek. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Leonard Kressin, are Barney, N. D., fanners. Miss Kressin, who clerked in a idrug store, had accompanied a young man to a Chevrolet em- ployes' picnic at Long ILake, near Fargo. She and her companion started to wade and then swim to a sailboat anchored 40 feet from shore. The lake there is deep. Miss Kressin was not a good swimmer, and her companion was helping her. Just as they were County Auxiliary at Hurt— A special meeting of the 'Legion Auxiliary units of the county was held last Thursday at Hurt, with Mrs. iLuella Schenck, past president, 'and Mrs. Sadie Dentort, historian, of the Kossuth organization, as hostesses to 62 women registered for the event. All units in the county were represented. A skit was given under the dir ection of Mrs. S. L. Denton, one o the county delegates to a state convention at Sioux City two week ago. She was assisted by Mrs. V V. Naudain and Mrs. Henry Beck' er, Algona. Following this, the Algona am Titonka units, which had won banners for citations completed, pui on a "march of triumph," with al units joining in the "song of triumph." Bonnstetters in Family Reunion— The Martin Bonnstetter family held a family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter, daughters Antoinette and Burnetta, Algona; Herman Bonnstetter, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bonnstetter, son Rex, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Anderegg, daughter Harriet, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bonnstetter, daughter iois, Mrs. Eliza Cunningham, all of Worthington, Minn.; Dr. and Mrs. '. A. Bonnstetter, Wesley, sons francis and Billy; Dr and Mrs. H. J. Bonnstetter, Cibolo, Tex.; Gil- >ert Bonnstetter and sister iEsther, Mason City. 'arewell Party for Visitor— Twelve girls attended a farewell •arty last week Tuesday afternoon n honor of Zoe Burge, Cedar >R»p- ds, who spent the summer with .er uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. \ W. Parks. Attending: Georginne Geigel, Leona Stewart, Eleaor Payne, Arlene Fraser, Hazel nd Leona Button, Algona, and Anoinette Hart, Eileen Walsh, Doro- tiy and Mary Schiltz, and Mary Williams, Bancroft. The afternoon as spent at .bridge, after which efreshments were s_erved. Dorohy Schiltz won the high score; Anoinette Hart, low. A guest prize pas presented to (Miss Burge. hariyari for Newlyweds— One hundrpfl rulmt-.ivoo nci!t»li_ WEDDED 59 YEARS M R. AND MRS. C. E. HEI8E, wel known Alg'onians who recentl celebrated the 59th anniversary o their marriage. The picture i from the Sunday Des Moines Reg ister. Hull, had a picnic at the Ambrosi A. Call state park last week Mon day, 29 attending. Other Society. The Presbyterian (Helping Ham society meets next week Thursdaj with Mrs. F. W. Parks; assisting icstesses, Mesdames Dennis Pratt Ralph Brown, Clarence Shilts Hugh Herman. • • * Crash Court Case Has Been Settled A damage suit brought by Ralph Olson, as father and "next friend' of Patricia, 7, against Arthur A Lawson, has been settled out ol court, and Monday a stipulation was filed whereby the Olsons will receive $600 for injuries to the girl, Fhe petition claimed premant dis- igurement from cuts on her face suffered in an auto accident August 24 at the intersection of (Nos. 168 and 18 north of town, when the jawson car ran through a stos sign on No. 18 and rammed the Olson car. Lawson is from Omaha, nd the Olsons live at Ledyard. TRATM

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