Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1933 · Page 3
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B LEADERS gept 26—The 'high school " ollment of 72 pupils. e elected officers. The i c hose Virginia Frank for ' Ardis Voight, vice; Maig, secretary-treasurer; Hazel Weisbrod. The Jun- Gladys Stodber for i t . Burton Scare, vice; Yager, secretary-treasur- j, re9 Krause," reporter. June I j s president of the sopho- irene 'Krause, vice,' Isa- ,l.rod, secretary-treasur- Krter, Irene Krause. The president is Edward Tusnelda Kabelitz, vice; secretary-treasurer. ked lux Officers Named— , eE ion post and the Auxil- >cted officers last week 'evening. The .Legion rebllow: Commander, W. R. I vice, 0. H. Graham; adju- , H. Widdel; finance officer, 'auerby; service officer, S. «y sergeant-at-arms, Aug- on' f chaplain, Edward Ohm. Auxiliary officers are: At, Mrs. W. H. Wolfe; vice •ward Ohm; secretray-treas- •rs. Hans Baagp; chaplain T C. Fauerby; historian, Mrs Boettcher; sergeant-at- ra . Karl Nielson; publicity ..i, Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mrs r was hostess. KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE THRE» Lotts Creekers Win in Fast Sunday Game vs.Whittemore pnted In of the United the adm.n.strnuo'n-^ij- ^ tnT^S' M . McCflrroD - >» Pictured above In the court of honor, with i Are 41 Tears d Mrs. W. C. Qtamer were „, surprise Sunday evening •elatives arrived with • well fcaskets of food for supper • was the 41st wedding an of Mr. and 'Mrs. Stamer is also the'38th wedding •sary of Mr. and Mrs. Herp _ ji, who were present. Other i were the Henry Wegeners, the H. E. Reimers family, ... Bohns, the W. V- Yagers, BOS Finnestads, the E. - K. ins, the Clarence Wegeners, Gerhard, A. H. Peterson, , E. Otterness. The' evening icnt at cards. luilting Parties Given— I Samuel Scare gave quilting 1 last week Tuesday and day. Attending: Mesdames (blberg, Morris Mitchell, Sam- Thomas Cody, Ii. M. ad, Ole Pederson, Albert Ben (Mitchell,. W. R. Theodore Bleckwenn, J. T. and F. J. Weisbrod. Esther and Alma Pederson also |P. T. A. Meeting Planned— i first p. T. A. meeting will I next week Tuesday evening high school auditorium. :es will be the Mesdames F. lisbrod, W. V. Yager, F. H. ; A. J. Krause, Henry Schulte, [Waite, Samuel Scare, and Cuecker. Wolfe Son Sick— nan Wolfe returned last [Wednesday from Klemme, he went to visit his son Jseriously ill with kidney trou- "arl was in the Park hospital, i City, a few days, but was home last week without an ) Off for Conference— . and Mrs. J. T. Snyder Monday for Humboldt. to at- the Methodist conference. 5 Jean is at J. F. (Newel's, and ~i is at T. N. MeFall's. Daughter for Straleys— • and Mrs. s. <E. Straley are *« of a 9%-lb. girl, born Mon- AID REALIZES $27 IN APRONS ATIRVINGTON Irvington, Sept. 26—Thirty members and guests attended the last Aid meeting at the church, and ?27 was realized from the miniature aprons for waist measures and the regular dues. Not all aprons have yet been turned in. Mrs. 0. L. Miller sold the most aprons, collecting more than $10. An invitation in each apron pocket follows: "This little apron is sent to you, and this is what we want you to do: the little pocket, you plainly see, for a special purpose is meant to be. Now measure your waist line, inch by inch, and see that the waist measure does not pinch. For each small inch that you measure 'round, in the pocket put a penny sound. The game is fair, you will admit, you waist the money, we pocket it, while the money your pockets so freely pay we will use in the very wisest way." Fred Bently in Colorado— iFred Bently, who once worked for Harry Sabin, has for the last several years been with Mrs. Mina Ward, iSagauche, Colo. He is 75 and spends most of his time reading. He lives in a cabin in the Ward yard and does light chores. Before making his 'home with the Wards he worked for Mrs..Ward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Harness, who then lived in Illinois. Later he lived with the Harness son Frank, Walworth, Wis., still later with Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Adams, Mrs. Adams being a girl whom Mrs. Harness reared. Mrs. Harness says "Pete," as he is com- Tiny Bible at Fair Woman Badly Hurt in Burt Accident 'Burt, Sept. 26 — Mrs. 'Lemuel Stockwell was badly hurt Sunday evening, when a cream separator exploded. Her upper arm was cut to the bone <by flying parts of the machine. She suffered great loss of blood before the flow could be stopped. She was brought to the home of her sister, Mrs. A. F. Carter, where she is being cared for. Faints and Gashes Head. Whittemore, Sept. 26—Carl Hansen fainted Saturday evening at his home; fell, and suffered a wound on the back of his head which required two clamps to close. •Lotts Creek, Sept. 26—The Lotts Creek ball team played Whittemore Sunday here. The first inning looked like defeat for the locals, Whittemore having tallied four scores, but the Lotts Creekers came back in the.second inning with two scores, in the third ran in one more, in the sixth got three 1 scores, with another in the eighth, while Whittemore made only three more, in the seventh. The final score was thus 10-8 in Lotts Creek's favor. 'Battery for Whittemore was Erwin Kueckor and Ralph Kenne, and for Lotts Creek, Edwin Wichtendahl and Harold Gross. Umpires were William Dreyer and George Schultz. The Lotts Creek team has made a good record.' It was organized in July and played ten games, winning six. Fritz Meyer was captain; Nick Gengler, coach. The team consists of farm boys, none over 21 years, as follows: 'Edwin Luedtke, center field; Elmer Prjahn, .shortstop; Russell Gross, right field; Fritz Meyer, second base; 'Edwin Wichtendahl, catcher; Edwin Wittkopf, left fielder; Harold Gross, pitcher; Tommy 'Schmidt, first base; Gerhard Wittkopf, third base; substitutes—Wil- week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight, Whittemore. Two Babies Are Baptized— Mr. and Mrs. William Fuerstenau had their daughter Ruth Irene christened (Sunday. Sponsors were Margaret Laabs and William H. Meyer. Alvin Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman iRiggert, was also baptized, and his sponsors were Dora Riggert, and Frank iSohu- macher, both of Whittemore. Y. P. S. Organization Planned— The Y. P. S. met Friday evening n the school 'basement, with Margaret Fiene as chairman. Edwin tuedtke, Wilfred iRadig, and Esther Schmiel were chosen to examine the constitutions and bylaws of other Y. P. societies in this section and report at the next meeting. School Visiting 1 Day Tomorrow— This week Friday will be visit- ng day_at the Lutheran school. The last Friday in every month is visiting day, and parents, officers of the school, and others interested are urged to come. William Schmiel is teacher. mer Wichtendahl, Harold Schmidt, Ferdinand Mittag. See Devil's Backbone Park— Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz got home Friday from Westgate, where they visited the Erwin Benders and C. T. Hellers. They went to see the Devil's Backbone state park and the trout hatchery. The park is near Lament. They were accompanied here by Rosella Voight student at the Hamilton business college, Mason City, who spent the to take home economics. Other Lotts Creek. The William Wetzels, Max Basts, and .Richard Potratzes visited Sunday with William Hillman's, Ceylon, and on the way home called on the Adolph Genriches, Fairmont, also on Louis Genrich. Adolph and Louis both work for a canning factory there. Adolph takes care -of 449 head of cattle for the factory. Mrs. Hillman, Adolph, and Louis are relatives of Mr. Wetzel, Mrs. •Bast, and Mrs. Potratz. Mr. and Hrs. Carl Zumach and their son Clarnce visited from Saturday till Monday at Edw. Wilkin's, Clarksville. The two fami- lies are former neighbors of Zumach. The Albert (Potratzes and Potratz spent Sunday with Hijd* Potratz, Fort Dodge, and Elma Potratz remained' there, having ob+ tained employment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer Tis- ited Mr?. Dreyer's mother, • Mrs. Ferdinand Ruhnke, (Lu Verne, Sunday. Mrs. Ruhnke has been sick for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, Whittemore, were Sunday guests at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riggert. The Immanuel Lutheran church will hold its quarterly meeting Oct. 8 at the church. . Several Lotts Creekers attended! the Clay county fair at Spencer last week. New Girl for Latiritzens— : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lauritzen are the parents of a girl, born September 14, Mrs. Lauritzen, formerly Irene Leininger, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leininger. Hilda Wichtendahl to Wed— Hilda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, and Kenneth Bollinger, Fenton, will be married next Sunday afternoon at the Immanuel • Lutheran church. Hannah Fiene to College— Hannah Fiene has gone to Ames ANNOUNCING A NEW OPTICAL OFFICE I have leased the room in the Call theater building first door south of the theater entrance for an optical office. The room has been remodeled and equipped for the examination of the eyes and the fitting of glasses. Privacy and competent service are assured. Frames and lenses will be of best quality. I attended the Columbia College of Optometry, St. Paul, passed the Iowa State examination in 1917, and have practiced the profession 16 years in Algona. A, W, AMUNSEN, OPTOMETRIST I will continue to repair Watches. monly called, has been in the family so many years that they could not think of letting him spend his remaining days, elsewhere. Rutledg'cs Are Hosls to 37— Thirty-seven guests were entertained at dinner at W. H. Rutledge's last week Sunday. They were the Sid Barkers, Lamberton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Del Barker, their daughter, and her husband; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen and the 'Glair Aliens, Rockwell; Mrs. Rose Spurgeon, Iowa City, daughter I Mildred; the William and The smallest bible In the world Is on exhibition in the Hall of Religion at A Century of Progress— the Chicago World's Fair. The pages nre nbout one-third the size of an ordinary postage stamp. ied Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. 'Peterson, Nevada, in the Peterson car. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Kulow are sisters. Mrs. Kulow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kelland, of Forest City, stayed at the Kulow farm in their absence. Acquaintances here sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. (Smith, of the Smith Produce company, Lu Verne, who recently lost a seven months baby from pneumonia and whooping cough. It is reported that another Smith child is critically ill with the same disease. Mr. Smith Mrs. Fred Dau Ithe homework. is assisting Other Fenton Jfews John Kramers and- Hans ; and his daughters, accom- l by Louis 'Schmidkunz, Lady- geons, and Alva Spurgeon. The Mesdames Barker, Mrs. Spurgeon, and Mrs. Frank Allen are all daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge. John Grays in Visit Here— Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, daughter Mildred, and Mrs. Gray's mother, "Mrs. John Leigh, Winnebago, Minn., were a week ago Sunday guests at Richard Leigh's home here and at George Gray's, near drove to Sunday to visit Lakefield, Mrs. Kra- I aster, Mrs. Steffin /Berkness, lp celebrate the 67th birth- mversary of Mrs. Kramer's Mrs. Nels Krogh. Newel leaves this week Jrf Minn eapolis to attend Wertakerg. mee ting. He will ompamed part way by Mrs. who will visit her sister, William Ford. day They expect. Faribault, to return / were Fenton Monday. The <*reeley, and his callers doctor, last who here ' is a W*t of no some years Luiu Whittig, the Norvin Whittig, and of Caldwell, Ida.. at j - F - *« d week Tuesday. en r oute to the world's Hannas and the Als acc ompanied the , relatives i'a fai r . . one day last week to and attend the Stewarts and the rs Bode, Mrs. Max the Charles Wilsons, v o « Were entertained Sun- H - Gero' ,' Peoria> last week Won-Mr. »r . Parents. Mr. and Mrs.. P. 0. northern Minne- and Mrs. Mer • v;sifc Kansas City. week -tetter's sclwo1 clai » *»«* basement last evening an4 Burt. Mr. Gray said small around Winnebago 60 bushels. Mrs. yielded George grain 20 to Graf Sarchett, both came for the who is in poor health, was reported somewhat better. The John and George Grays, also Mrs. John Leigh, are former residents of this vicinity. Former Residents Visit Here— . Old friends here have been visiting with Mrs. Fred Dunn and Mrs. " near Denver, who. wedding of their niece, "Pauline Phillips, who was married to Monroe Mikkelson Sunday at the Swedish Lutheran church. Algona. Mrs. Dunn was formerly Mary Phillips, and Mrs. Sarchett was Grace -Phillips. They are both well known here, having lived in this vicinity with their parents. . Henry Sclieppman Niece Dies— The Henry Scheppmans attenaeu funeral services for Bertha Schaffer, 23, at West Bend Sunday. Miss Schaffer was a victim of tuberculosis, and she had been ill for months. She was a daughter ofMr. and* Mrs. Lewis Schaffer, of West Bend, and a niece of Mr. Scheppman. ^ _ Attend Fair at Spencer-^ Mrs. Emma Crouch, George Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes, the Carl Hutchins family, and the Hugn Raneys were Clay county fair visitors last Thursday, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker attended Friday. Summer Flu is Abroad— Pauline Black, teacher here was sick Monday, and Mrs. Dole helped Miss Kaney with the school work. Others who have been suffering from summer flu are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzer and William Metzer. lewis Schiclitls Hare Son•Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schichtl are parents of a son, born Friday. , Mrs. Schichtl and the baby are at Algona. So« for the Robert Mr. and Mrs. K parents of a son, night. used to come here for cream. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Summers drove to Eagle Grove Saturday taking Ray Wickwire down for medical treatment. Ray fell with his horse when the roads were slippery last spring, and it is believed that a vertebra was slippec out of .place in the fall. (He is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran are parents of a son, Carol Dean, 8% pounds, born September 11. Mrs. ,'JCurran's sister, Mrs. Percy (Philp, ," | has been with 'her. Mrs. Harry Sa" bin, here, and Mrs. Dan Schulz, of Kanawha, are also sisters of Mrs. Curran. i Mrs. Frank Ditsworth recently accompanied Mrs. Mina Ward, Saguache, Colo., and the latter's daughter to Walworth, Wis., to visit Mrs. Ward's and Mrs. Bits- worth's brother, Frank Harness. They were expected back late last week. 'Lyndell Gregson, who had been employed at the 0. L. Miller farm, left by train last week Tuesday for Chicago, and visited the world's fair till Sunday, when he went to East Moline, 111., to, visit relatives. He plans to return to pick corn. Dinner guests at O. L. Miller's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, the Victor Applegates, Corwith, and Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer. Mrs. Potter had returned from Omaha, Avhere slie had attended a Royal Neighbor'school a week. The Charles Egels are building a porch on the north side of their house. The William Metzens are ing a well on the farm southwest of Irvington. Workmen are still drilling for a new well at the Stacy oil station. Zelba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winkle, Algona, recently returned to her work, after several weeks with her parents. She is in the employ of 'Doctor Studebaker at Fort Dodge. Ruth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh, recently had an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. She was brought lome early last week, _ The Irvington notes were mailed but .did till after Casey are born Sunday Otoer Irtlngton. Mr, and Mrs. Prank Kulow got kome tot week Sunday from sev- *» days fishing at They Mr. at the usual time last week, for some unexplained reason not reach the Advance the paper was out. The Peter Thilges family, and Mrs.'John Fraser, and the William Bedings were Sunday dinner guests at the Barney Capesius home. _ Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh, was operated on the week before last for appendicitis, and was brought home Monday. The Aid will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Vern Barker; Mrs. William Boldridge, assisting °Mrs.'Russel Fry, who recently .fell down cellar, has almost recovered from her bruises and lame- jum Rev. A. English preached Sunday on The Mission of Music. The text was taken from Job, 38.7. The bridge between the A. BUt- terfield and A. Lemkee farms is being repaired. Tom White at Des Koines, It is reported that Tom J. White, once publisher of the Whittemore Champion, has leased his J<*> printing plant at Jefferson, and has moved to Des Moines, where he has been wade assistant state superintendent of printing. BUY NOW! wi POQUKWIT You're Sure to SAVE! ——=—^^= GRAHAM'S =^^=^=^ TtSALE 67c Silk Stockings Sheer chiffon — service weight. Wanted shades Beautiful full-fashioned all silk hose with non- run top. First quality, low priced. Women's Cotton Hose Fine quality mercerized. 47e Hem top, 2 pair __. Outing . Flannels Darks and lights. Five 67c Fast Color Prints New patterns. 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