Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 19, 1934
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rg Financed pecials r AT MCAI.TIME ^oa^ao^^avB ^EEK-END SPECIALS. et Baking 9 Ibs -— — lOakCoTfee, 4 -I Q ^^ he Bags for Plates and cups and Saucers Beets, large 2 1-2 can ly ( 2cans—-----• lorning Light Lima jeans, per can . fale Whip Salad Dressing [Pint Jar JJe (Quart Jar 29c Jalmolive Soap, 1 4C je Toilet Soap, •big bars — klnola, black, brown In, dime can latches, 13C litWaxBeaas, 1 f|f* .2 can I Wl» Irden Seeds, 4«* rpkg. •*** ird, lartjar llrnon, 9Rr •tall cans tWU (Ve have a fresh supply of the Kellogg Cereals 15c ADVICE to women onasobltct ofprtnwlm- portaoa In •very hom f you want the finest te- Really . . - Won Jn V ami li^wow** i maximum oster Wedding LEONARAMUS BRIDE SINGE JANUARY 6TH <Lu Verne Apr. 17 The mar- •lage of Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus, to Fred J., Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jotlin Hintz, Webster City, took place January 6 at Parker, S. D., tout was not announced till recently. The Kcv. C. J. Nurenburg performed the ceremony. Mrs. Hintz has been assistant at the postoffice since graduation from the local Ihigh school ;scept while she attended the I-Iam- Iton business college, Mason City. Mr. Hintz is in charge of a cream route at Livermore, and the couple will make their home there. A number of social courtesies have >een given to (honor the brido since. Ihe anouncement. Florence 'Ramus s now assistant at the 'postoffice, and Dorothy Mao 'Lindebak is tlo- ng office work at the schoolhouso n Florence's place. Kcnwick Women Are Hostesses— - The Evangelical W. M. S. was entertained last week Wednesday 'by fhe Renwick Mission Circle at the country home of Mrs. Stauffacher. flrs. Paul Blumer had charge o£ the lesson, which dealt widh, India and China, the study hook, Eastern Women Today and Tomorrow, being used. The Renwick women served refreshments. Attending :rom Lu Verne were tihe Rev. and tfrs. David Lang, Mrs. Catherine Harty, Emma Marty, MesdameS 3dward, William, and Henry Mar;y, and Fred, Louis, and George Merkle, Florence Hof, and Esther Merkle. Bancroft, Apr. 17—The WCOF Hicld installation, of officers .Hun- day afternoon at tho Forester hall. Officers are: Mrs. Joseph Halm, chief ganger; Mrs. Frank Willliol- mi, vice-chief; Esther Scliillz, recording secretary; Mrs. Oliarlcs Haknr, financial secretary; Adella Vasko, treasurer. Father Sylvester Orady installed them and gave a short talk. Eighty-five persons attended, and late in Olio afternoon cards were played. Mrs. Jos. Fox won high at bridge; Lucille Vasko at_ 500. Eileen Murray drew a cut prize. Mrs. Mary Tierney, state organizer, was here in the interest of a Juvenile court. Card Parties Are Given— Mrs. Adam Zweifel and Mrs. Archie Sanford entertained their bridge club last Thursday evening at the Sanford home. Four tables were In play, and Mrs. Opal Morrison won the high score; Mrs. R. L. Corbin, second; Ruth Smith, conso- ation. Another social event was held Friday night, when the Progressive Rook club met at Mrs. 3dw. Dehnert's. Rook was played at eight' tables, and the prize-winners were Mrs. Archie Sanford, iiigh; Mrs. Arthur Hof, consolation; Mrs. Jesse Lindebak, chair; and Mrs. Dehnert, travel. Kenneth Sorenson is Improved— H. P. and Kennetih Sorenson went to Iowa City last Thurday, and Kenneth had another examination, which proved to he encouraging. He is to try to walk witfliout crutches arain. He toas been having abscesses in one leg, the result of the flj more than two years ago. He was a high school senior, •but had to drop out one year thougih he came Duck the next year and was graduated. Last summer he grew worse again. Club Meets in Country— Mrs. William Hefti was hostess to tho J. J. club at her country home Friday. The lesson was on birds, and taking part were Mrs. Albert Hefti and Mrs. J. R. Farrell, who spoke on how birds help the farmer, and birds of Interest respectively. Mrs. Jease Lindebak conducted a social hour, and plans were laid for a guest day party April 27 at Mrs. E. L. Eustace's. Tuesday Club Names Officers— The Tuesday club met last week with Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, 11 attending. Officers were elected: (Florence Hof, president; Mrs. Carrie Coleman, vice; Mrs. R. F. Snyder, secretary-treasurer. The program included a paper on Ohild Welfare by Mrs. Allen Thompson. Amber Bogers Has Operation— Amber Rogers, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, had an operation for removal of a large cyst on her neck Saturday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers, Mrs. Jennie LeVier. and Mrs. Carrie Coleman went to Fort Dodge to see her Monday. Forrest Baney to Relnbeck— Forrest Raney went to Relnbeck one day last week to work for his brother-in-law, H. R. Frel, who lives on a farm near that town. Mrs. Flora Raney and Arthur took him down and stayed a couple of days. Attend Concert at Ames— Supt. and Mrs. A. J. Evans, Mrs. Opal Morrison, and Irene and Bernice Swenson drove to Ames last week Wednesday to attend a concert given by St. Olaf s daoir, Northfield. Minn, Birthday at Hardy Honored— The W. F. Godfreys, the John and Percy Brinks, and Mrs. Josle Brink attended a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Hattie Krutsinger at Hardy Sunday. Thirty-five were there, Benwick Farm Mother Dies- Mrs. A. Frank died a week ago Sunday at the home of her son Roy, near Renwick. Another son, Joseph, lives southeast of Lu Verne. Helen Brandt Is Married— A marriage license was recently issued to Howard Henderson, Lu Verne, and Helen Brandt, accord- Ing to a record in the Sunday Register. Donna Zentner 6} Party— Mrs. Lloyd Zentner entertained in honor of Donna's sixth birthday last Thursday. Eighteen children were guests. Teacher Here to Leave— Bernice Swenson, local teacher, has contracted to teach the sixth grade in the Swea City schools next year. Other In Verne News, Mra. Roy Guy, Mrs. Arthur Dimler, and Mrs, Harry Von Draska went to Mason City last Thursday, and were accompanied here by Mrs. John Northrop, who had been visiting for some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Her- beaer. The (U O. A. met last TRwrsday afternoon «t Mrs. P. 0. LjchtyVj, President Elsie Stwssy in charge. , ;&J9S for tn$ summer were discussed,, and a pot luck luncU was Bancroft Wins From Lcdynrd— The Bancroft high school •baseball team won it.s second game Monday afternoon, wihen it beat Ledyard there, 21-7. Batteries were Caylor and McOuire for Bancroft, Smith, llalverson Joos (or Ledyard. Caylor made two home runs; Lidiliter, one. Thompson and Halverson, for Ledyard made a home run apiece. Bancroft defeated the Grant school here last week Tuesday, 4-3. Bancroft plays Burt at Burt tihis week Tuesday. A county tournament will be held Friday and Saturday at Burt and Titonka. Bancroft will play Grant township Friday afternoon at Titonka. St. John's to Graduate 20— The St. John's junior-senior banquet will be held next week Thursday at St. John's lliall. Members of. -he graduating clafis are: Loretta Weber, Alta Coyne, 'Maxine Guide, Betty Sheridan Loretta Simmons, Velma Dyer Winifred 'Lappe, Bertha Schiltz, Alice Meyers, Eileeni Kohnke, Mary Rahc Dorothy Nurre, Urban Kramer, Lawrence Becker, Leoua Miller, Kenneth Devine, George Merron, Lawrence Deitering, Frank Baker, and Elmer Schneider. Amelia Menko Will Wod— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's church .for Armella, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Menke, and George, son of Mr. and KOSSUTH COUNTY AmrAM™ ALGONA, IOWA PAGE at Lu Verne New Officers of WCOF at Bancroft Are Installed ———_-_-_______ Mrs. Joseph Rahe. Seven of m..-,.-, MenkeVi friends arc giving a siliow- «' Jor her WHS week Thursday evening at Mrs. M. C. Duckling's. Lorraine Lappe 12; Party— Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lappe, was 12 Sunday, and nine school friends surprised nor at her home .tinat afternoon: Dorothy Droessler, Patricia Sher- ulan, Helen Latimer, Vcva and Helen Coyne, Peggy Deitering, Inez Menl<o, Jean Menke, and Lilliam McDonald. Hurt Teacher Honored Here— Mrs. H. j. Guide gave a birth- flay dinner for her aunt, Mattie Warner, Burt, Sunday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith and Eva Whitney, Burt, H. J. Guide and Maxine. Jos. KeHers Wed 80 Years- Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Reiter were married 30 years -Sunday, and they •entertained their dhiltlren and famines at dinner at their home at noon. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Ben Lcntsdh and her daughter Gladys returned to their home at Ledyard Monday, after four weeks at the j. B. Sclhiltz homo here. Mr. Lentsch is a brother of Mrs. Schiltz. Gladys Lentsdi was critically sick with 'pneumonia, and Mrs. Lentsch stayed in Bancroft with Iher to be close to a doctor. Dorothy Kpllasdh, R. N., Detroit, Mich., is visiting Iher father Chas. Kollasch, and the family. The Jes- ise Marlows, Burt, spent Sunday at the Kollasdh home. Mrs. Marlow was Ida Kollasch before Iher mar- raige The son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kollasch was named William Lee. , Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rahe entertained at five tables of 500 at their home Friday evening. Leone Vaske and Roman Willhelmi won the high scores; Mrs. Ben Lampe] and A. B. Lappe, low. Thirty-three friends of Betty Sheridan surprised her on her 1 birthday at (her home Friday evening. Games were played. BANQUET FOR FENTON DADS, SONS PLANNED Fenton, Apr. 16—A Fathers and Sons banquet, sponsored by the Aid, took place in the basement of the Methodist church Friday night, and tl: - •• ty sit two brod on the violin; Ardis Voight, violin, and Edmund Krause, clarinet; talks, by Wilfred Stoober, Doctor Meyers, and the Rev. Mr. Ort- mcyer, Estherville. Some 165 people were served and the Aid cleared $30. M. & D. Banquet Planned— At the last Legion-Auxiliary meeting plans were discussed for a mothers and daughters banquet in May, and it was also decided to hold tho last benefit card party LOTTS CREEK BALL NINE IS REORGANIZED Lotts Creek, April 17—The Lotts Creek baseball team was reorganized last week with the same players as last year. Fritz Meyer is captain and Nick Gengler is again manager. The boys on the team are Edwin Wichtendahl, catcher; Harold Gross, pitcher; Tommy Schmidt, 1st; Elmer Pijahn, 2nd; Fritz Meyer, short stop; Russell Gross, 3rd; Edwin Luedtke, center field; Ferd- dto Mittag, left field; and Wllmer Wichtendahl, right field. Substitutes arc Wilfred Radig, Bob Schmidt, Edwin Wittkopf. The boys have been practicing on their diamond south of the store given them by Otto Wichtendahl, and are able to compete with any strong team of the county. The team last year made a fine record, winning six out of nine games played, losing twice to Emmetsburg and once to Bode. The team hopes to make a better showing this season. Any team wishing to play can obtain a game by writing Manager Gengler, or phone 3503 at Lone Rock. The team plans to play its first game May 6. Aid Entertains 40 Guests— The Aid met Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school, Mrs. Carl Zu- macb, hostess, and 40 visitors attended: Mrs. Herman Zumach, Mrs. Relnhard Zumach, Mrs. William Rusch, Mrs. "William Ruach Jr., Mrs. Frank Balgeman and Mrs. Lawrence Pertl, all of Whittemore; Mrs. George Jentz, Mra. Fred Jentz, Mrs. August Zumach, Mrs. Albert Wolfgram, Mrs. Herman Luedtke, Mrs. Herman Luedtke Jr., Mrs. Herman Krause, Grandma Meyer, and Mrs. Fred Dau, all of Fenton; Mrs. Delbert Hanna and Marie Geitzenauer, of Lone Rock; Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, Grandma Dreyer, Mrs. Lena Kresensky, Mrs. Robert Lieaener, Mrs. Mary Kain, Mrs. Louie Hintz, all of Algona; Mrs. Ed Greinert and Clifford Frink, of F.airville; Mrs. August and Will Boettcher, Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Olivia Kressin, Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Helen Radig, Mrs. Frank and John Schallin, Mrs. William Schmidt, Mrs. William Wetzel, Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, Mrs Arthur Zumach, Mrs. William Zumach, and Virgil Zweifel, all of Lotts Creek. served. The next meeting 'will be on May 10 at Mrs. I. H. Benedict's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Defhnert, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Irvin Chapman, attended a county Legion meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday night. Mrs. N. L. Bolln, Swea City, had been a guest at M. M. Lowmlller'a two weeks, and the Lowmillers took her home Sunday. The Rev. L. Wittenburg attended a pastors' conference at the Fairville church the latter part of last week. , Irene and Bernlce Swensoa and Mrs. Alex Evans spent the weekend with relatives at Decorah. Wedding Date Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kressln entertained a number of relatives and friends in honor of their fifth wedding anniversary, and 500 was played. High scores were won by Ed Ohm and Mrs. Virgil Zweifel and low by Mrs. Clarence Bierstedl and Otto Liesener. Those present were: the Herman Hintes, Free Bocttchers, Maurice Wallaces, Ferd. Bierstedts, Arthur Jentzes, and Ed Ohms, all of Fenton; Harold Schmidt and the Ben Schmidts, Otto Lieseners, Virgil Zweifels, Arnold Meyers, Will Dreyers, aad Clarence Bierstedts. spent a few days here, Mrs. Snyder being her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stankowitz have returned to tdieir home at Chicago, after a few weeks at Mrs. Stankowitz's brother Albert Wolfgram's. Mrs. James Mueller entertained Mrs. J. T. Waite, Mrs. George Newel, and Mrs. Rex Wolfe at bridge last week Wednesday. The Wesley Witters, Des Moines, spent ,the week-end with Mrs. Witter's parenta, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Husk am p. SatUrday and Sunda y with her sister, Mrs. The Fred Weisbrods, Mrs. Kate Newel, and Mrs. Emma Curry were entertained at C. L. Osborn's Sunday. The Faculty Sewing circle met .with Miss Barton at Mrs. Fred Newel's last week Monday night. Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, Algona, visited at the Rev. Mr. Snyder's last week Wednesday. I Dr. S. W. Meyer Ibas moved his : offices into rooms in tttie Asa Warner 'building. Ernest Ruske entertained hos tth week 500 and bridge will be play- will be in charge. Boettcher North Dakotans Go Home— Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt and son Harold, of Petersburg, N. D., accompanied by Fred Wolfgram and Mrs. Helen Krueger, of Niagara, N. D., returned from Westgate last week Wednesday and visited at Will Schmidt's, and at Albert Wolfgram's, at Fenton. The party left for their homes Friday morning, planning to stop at Germantown on their way. The Schmidts, Mr. Wolfgram, and Mrs. Krueger were here for the Albert Wolfgrams' 48th wedding anniversary April 1. 82 Attend Ames Meeting— Esther and Ruth Schmlel and Ada and Margaret Fiene accompanied Misses Morris, Soren and Ren- audo and 25 high school pupils to Ames Saturday. This was the fourth largest group in attendance. Ada Fiene won second in a bird contest. Pastors Go to Conference— The Rev. and Mrs. Max Freder- Ich, Humboldt, visited at the ROT. E. Fiene home Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. Frederlch and the Rev. Mr. Fiene attended a conference at Fairville from Tuesday noon to Friday. There were 25 pastors present. Breaks leg in Fall- Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfeld broke her leg Saturday just below the knee when she jumped from the pony she was riding to get the mail. Mrs. Geilenfeld is in the Kossuth hospital for ten days. Other Lotts Cr«ek. The Richard Potratz family and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz visited Sunday at Arthur Geilenfeld.s, at Lu Verne, and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Arno Rlstau, Sioux City, at Will Rlstau's, Lu Verne. Mrs. Arno Ristau came to care for Will Ristau, who tore some ligaments loose. Arno returned to Sioux City Monday. Edw. Delmert Wins Medal- It was reported from Lu Verne last week that Edw. Delhnert had won a gold medal in an individual standing shooting match and had also headed the list for grand aggregate honors in a small-bore gallery match at Iowa City a week ago Saturday. Mr. Dehnert is a former Fenton resident. Epivorth Eengne is Divided— The Epworth League has been divided. One division consists of seniors in H. S. and persons out of school, and is called the Senior League. The other consists of young people from the eighth to ;he 12th grades, and is called the high school league. Snnday School Board Meets— The Methodist Sunday school board had supper and a conference Monday night. The Rev. Mr. Muhleman, Algona, district superintendent, discussed methods, literature, and modern efficiency in the Sunday school. Fred Dau Birthday Observed— 3Fred Dau's 'birthday was celebrated last week Wednesday night. Attending: the John Ruhnkes, the Adolph Pertls, tihe Herman Dreyers, the Walter Bierstedts, and Herman Bierstedt. Cards were) •played. , , Surprise for Amos Pinnestad— Amps Finnestad was taken by surprise last week Wednesday night, -when friends arrived to (help celebrate a birthday anniversary. George Jentz won high at 600, Weber Yager low. John Kramer's Father Sick— Mrs. John Kramer and her children were called to Bradgate Friday by word that Mr. Kramer's father was critically sick. Mrs. Kramer had already been there a week. Bridge Club Ends Season- Mrs. Alvin Zumach entertained the New Deal bridge club last week Monday evening, and every member received a gift. This was tflie last meeting this season. , Win. Hantleman Daughter Sick— Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantleman, was critically sick with pneumonia last week and was taken to McCreery hospital at Whittemore. , , Holler-Skating Rink Reopened— The roller-skating rink here; owned by Glen Sharp, Lone Rock, was recently reopened for skating every Wednesday and Saturday night. Diphtheria Vaccination Given— School children who desired it were vaccinated against diphtheria by Doctor Mueller last week Wednesday afternoon. FENTON NEWS The C. H. Geronsins and Jamed Schwartz drove to Eldora last Week Wednesday night to visit the Henrik Fauerbys, returning next day and bringing home the Geronsin son Harold, who had been visiting there. The Bridge club met at Mr. and Mrs. Emil Frank's Saturday, and the high score was won by Mrs. H, E. Woodward, Whittemore, low by Mrs. Weber Yager, travel by Mrs. Fred Weisbrod. iFred Weisbrod, Henry Shulte, and Frank Weisbrod, the latter of Emmetsburg, drove to Des Moines last Thursday and drove back two new 'Fords for Frank's garage. J. H. Losee, Lake City, came for Sunday at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's, and took home his wife, who had The Frank McFalls and Mrs. N. McFall were Algona Saturday. Henry Schulte has purchased a new Ford. Lotts Creek The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. MerriL Culbertson was christened Lyle Allen Sunday. Sponsors were Selma and Ferdinand Meyer, Fenton. La Von Larson and Karl Shumway, Algona, were Sunday evening guests of Margaret Fiene. The Robt. Dreyer family spent Sunday with Mrs. Dreyer's mother, Mrs. Ferdinand Ruhnke. . Those sick are Elsie Kohlwes, Henry Meyer, and Will Leininger. Announcing my candidacy for County Attorney of Kossuth county on the Republican ticket subject to the will of the voters in the primary election, June 4. 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