Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
Page 12
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FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE!, ALGONA, IOWA Titonka Girl's Father Presides at Her Wedding TITONKA PAIR WED AUG. 18TH IN MINNESOTA TJkonka, Aug. 2!)—Vanve Reibsa- mcn, who hails from Washington, D. C., was married to Ruth Gartner, daughter of the L. G. Gart- ners, with her father the Rev. Mr. Gartner, of Hibbing, Minn., pre' lorming the ceremony tit Hibbing a week ago Saturday. Following the ceremony they drove to Titonka to spend a couple of days visiting. It •was not known in Titonka that they were married till after they had left for Chicago Tuesday morning, where they will spend a few days visiting the World's fair on their honeymoon. From there they will drive to Washington, D. C., where they will make their future home. Mr. Reibsamen is an expert mechanic for the Greyhound Bus Co. He .is a brother of Mrs. Andrew Peterson, former postmistress. Jofcu Rippcntrop is 81— A family reunion -was held John Rippentrop's Sr. Sunday ^ j honor of his 81st birthday this at GOWRIE YOUTH AND SWEA CITY GIRL MARRIED Whittemorc H AROLD, SON OF MR. AND MR5. R. E. LILJEDAHL, of Monte- 7.nmn_ is pninvinp- thf> ripslr ivliinh Ill's fnthnr hltiU frnm nnnlf* zuma, is enjoying the desk which his father built from apple packing boxes. These improvised desks contain space for children to store paper, crayons, books and other articles and is of convenient size for work of small children. This and other pieces of furniture to in j help equip the home for children's needs are recommended by Mrs. ^ ^ ,..„ _ —-„ Alma H. Jones, extension specialist in child care and training at week' Monday "Attending: "the C. | Iowa State college. Plans for making various pieces of child-size fur- .J. Rippentrops, the William niturc may be secured by writing to Mrs. Jones. Ukenas, and the O. Rippentrops, of | •• ___ Friday. It is said that he had broken vertebra in his neck. Peter Ubbcus, the Ted Hikes, the and Tom Loats families, Titonka; called the 'Auxiliary Entertains Children— The music division o£ the Legion Auxiliary will entertain children at the Edward Zweifel picnic grounds this week Wednesday. Mrs. Esther Askins will be chairman. Lunch will be served. Members of the music division are Mrs. Askins, Louise Conradi, Theresa Drees- inan, and Neva Klein. Mrs. Andrew Peterson will give a talk on her recent trip in the east, and musical numbers will be given. fice building, with Mrs. Margue| rite I-Iansen as manager. She expects to do permanent waving, hair I dyeing, women's and children's hair cutting. JVkiner Koast Last Night— A wiener roast will be held in Teach at Sheffield- Marie Buffington, who attended' summer school at Cedar Falls, returned Sunday. She goes to Sheffield next week to teach. Marie graduated this summer from a two- year teacher's course at the state normal school. Used School Rooks Sold— For an annual used school book Angeles, formerly Titonka, arrived Monday for a few weeks with relatives. Honey Tracked to Chicago— Clifford Krantz took a truck load of the Rev. L. G. Gartner's honey to Chicago Saturday, returning Monday. Other Titonka News. The Dr. R. C. Balls left Saturday for Monroe, Wis., to visit relatives. Mrs. Ball, of Monroe, Dr. Ball's mother, has been quite sick the past few weeks. They expect to return the first part of next week. Verdene Boyken, daughter of the William Boykens, accompanied the party. Mrs. Charles Ama, daughter Myrtle, and Loraine and Phydelis Pet- the Kdw. Brown timber, west of the schoolhouse Saturday The P town, this week Wednesday night, JT. A. will have charge of "a sale this and attending will be Lewis and;week Wednesday. Vern Bacon, Alice Gartner, Helen : Meyers Come From Coast— Beed, Edithmae Budloug, Wilbur j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer of . ftT\ fl T7"« * l» i.T m C" *->!-...*•. ^ ,», H T: 1 J 1 ,3 IT! I -r-rr . . •'»*"'*• exchange 298 books were left at' ers . on drove to Ames and Des Moines Sunday, the girls to attend the state fair while Mrs. Ama visited Ames relatives. They were to return this week Wednesday. During the absence of Raymond and Kathryn Schraam, Mildred and Linden, Wash., arrived Tuesday to Bonackers, who are visiting rela- Harold Krantz, Herbert Rakow, visit the John Rippentrops Sr. tives in Michigan, Arthur Boyken Loraine Peterson, George Boeckel- maH, Donald Callies, and Arthur Askin. [Fertebra in Kuek Broken— Arthur Askins, son of Mrs. Esther Askins, who fell while playing baseball Sunday, Aug. 19, on the Titonka diamond, and injured his head and neck, was taken to the Algona hospital last Thursday and Charles has not been here before in 20 years. Pouelson House is Sold— George Eden recently purchased the John Pouelson residence, now occupied by the T. D. Seitse- mas. They do not plan to move in this year. Californians Are Yisiting Here- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, Los and Mrs. Harold Johnson have been working in the Bonacker Bros, meat market. The John Wilsons, accompanied by Helen Olson, of Charles City, left Sunday for Yellowstone park and the Black Hills, where they will spend several weeks on a vacation. Jenessee, daughter of Mrs. Marie Saathoff, is spending a week at the Meyers home north of town. Swea Citv, Aug. 29 — Madelcne EckhotmSwea City, and Milford Anderson. Gowrie. were marr ed at noon Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 1. Eckholm. the Rev. G. R. Siemens and the Rev. Raymond Swanson of- 11 Wemfell Eckholm, brother oC the bride was best man, and a sister or i^STpi^d tffSSdiig "Following the wedding, a reception and wedding dinner took place at the Commercial hotel, 25 relatives and friends attending. The newlyweds then left for a few days at the Okobojis. The new Mrs. Anderson is a graduate of the Swea City high school, also of Grinnell college, and she taught public school music at Gowrie last year. Mr. Anderson is employed at Des Moines by the Goodrich tire company, and the pair will he at home there after September 1. McDowells Home from Tour— The Rev. Mr. McDowell and his family got home Friday night from their vacation. They traveled 3,000 miles and made visits at Erie and Meadville, Pa., the birthplaces of Mr. and Mrs. McDowell. They stopped at Chicago on the return trip and attended the world's fair. They also spent a day at The Dells in Wisconsin. They were met at Chicago by a brother of Mr. McDowell from Fairmont, West Va. Now Pastor Is Coining— The Rev. and Mrs. Erven Westerhold, pastor of the Full Gospel Mission, are leaving Monday for their new home at Newton. They will be succeeded here by the Rev. Chas. Moore. The Rev. Mr. Moore received his training in the Amie Sample MacPherson Bible institute in Los Angeles. Two Local Girls to Tench- Frances Dahl and Martha Hoi- comb drove to Cedar Falls last Thursday, returning Saturday and bringing Naomi Hewett and Myrtle Holcomb, who had attended summer school there. Miss Hewett will teach at Renwick, and Miss Holcomb in Swea township. Harry Peterson Home— Harry Peterson returned last week from an eight week study for a master's degree at the university of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He will remain at home till September 1, when he will return to Cedar Rapids to teach in Washington high school. Scliool Director Named— Ole Kvamsdale has been nawed by the school board, as director to succeed Clarence Johnson, who was elected last spring. Mr. Johnson moved to St, Peter, Minn. The new member will serve till the annual election next spring. CInss of '25 Has Reunion— The class of 1925 of the Swea City high school will hold a reunion in the city park here this week Wednesday, and a picnic supper will be served at G o'clock. A similar reunion was held last year. Home From California— Effie Eckholm is at home this week with her mother, after having spent her vacation in Los Angeles. She will return to Des Moines this week-end to take up her work as teacher in high school. Two Couples Off to Fish— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Soylar and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans left Sunday for a fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. They plan to be gone a week. To Tour East to Boston- Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Sanborn are attending the world's fair. From there they will go to Niagara Falls and Boston, They plan to be gone two weeks. Other Swen City. Mrs. C. A. Holm has returned to Swea City after spending the summer at Brainerd, Minn., with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Benson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kruse, of Algona, called on old friends Tuesday. They are having their home redecorated and repairs made. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson and daughter are spending the week at George K. Nelson's. I Mrs. John Elliott is spending the week with her son Colder and his , wife at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson are at the state fair in Des Moines this week. The annual band picnic will be held Friday in the park at Interlaken. Mrs. D. W- Fults ard son D. W. Jr. were at Iowa City this past week. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Detz, of Fairmont, spent Sunday at F. J. Thomson's. Mayor Jos. M. Dye was in Waterloo the first of last week on business. The Ira Hewetts attended a family reunion at Albert Lea Sunday. Mrs. L. W. Swanson and son Rex left Friday for Chicago to visit relatives and attend the World's fair. The Maurice Duffys and Mauj rice's sister Alice Duffy, of Algona, spent Sunday at Martin Duffy Sr.'s. Mrs. George Schacht and family, of Emmetsburg, visited at Carl iKrahn's Sunday. i Prizes at H. R. Zumach's went to 'Aurelia Allg, Simon Kisch, and Myrtle Barber. Those ill last week wore Peter Blbert, Esther Ostwald, and Mrs. Roger Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver visited | at Loy Oliver's at Emmotsburg Sunday, Ed. Youngwlrth and Ralph Bartlett attended a farm bureau meeting a week ago Monday at Algona. Mrs. Peter Schumacher attended a Legion Auxiliary meeting at West Bond Friday afternon. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Clark, of Bend, visited Friday afternoon at Robert FinnelPs Sr. RichPomft Mrs. Cora Rancy, Algonn, and Mrs. Wilbur Foxwell, Olympia, Wash., visited last. Thursday and Friday at Hugh Raney's and at the George Johnson's. Russell Kolly, Algona, visited last week at J. A. Johnson's. Mrs. C. E. Clark, Dritt, came Frl- day to visit °«"W Paniod ••".iiiia Ainun, Al E o n , W< ^..^ ««>*> Zf« 'GfroJ eh,., hfi f°re rn-n,;';,:' 1 ? h »t ir Cri last wcnk „[ hi ;l Thursday for , , ', J' " y "K. John OrnpsnriV week \Vodm>s<hv -m i Hol><> day m. nriu. Titonka Maxine Sheldon, Edwin Emerson, Miriam Sellers, and Charles Kercheval, all of Rowan, spent Sunday with Harold and Alice Gartner. Lois Mann, Decorah, has been spending a week with her grandmother, Mrs. George Hanson. The Raymond Bonackers, who had spent a week with Michigan relatives, got home Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Erroll Harris, of Hampton, spent the week-end at Mrs. Philip Buffington's. "Oh Teacher Please May IGo to and get a tablet and pencil, where big values on classy goods arc alwavs s\v m Everything in school supplies (no text books). Tablets, Inks, Pens, Fountain Pens, Paper, Notebooks, Rulers Cravolas Water Color Paints, Paste, Pencil Boxes, etc. SPECIAL—Extra good quality Dollar Fountain Pens. A FRFF /* ATfVEUIV To each school customer Monday and Tuesday I BE: B: IBS i I sfflaaasaBaaBSHSHisiaas^ Serving Finer Quality Butter Makes Our Business Grow Owned and Controlled by North Iowa Cooperative Creameries , ? <,W ,. ', A U *A »« ' i ?. «>•> , ' 11. ,. - i Distributors of Iowa State Brand Butter Sixty selected creameries of North Iowa are now co-operating with the program of this organization 1 • 1 V *Ob The following 29 creameries of Kossuth and neighboring counties—members of Section 6—are affiliated; Algona Ayrshire Bancroft Bode Burt Crystal Lake Dolliver Elmore Emmetsburg Estherville Fenton Graettinger Humboldt Lakota Ledyard Lone Rock Lost Island Lotts Creek Mallard Ottosen Growth Palmer Rolfe Ruthven Spencer Swea City Titonka Wallingford West Bend Whittemore F Extension ce. provement oro • the Cream 1927-28 less than 1,500,000 pounds 1 ~— rfc -'~- " • ™ c - med on *** the 1928-29 4,197,067 pounds J929-30 _____ 5,460,456pounds - 8,021,956 pounds - t~»».««c. 11,820,312 pounds H^i^ ir 13,009,132 pounds " eI P Yourself ~ Produce Sweet Cream 14,040,072 pounds Help Your Creamery StatC n have made *» lendid ,. u »>.v^utvr.iu "IQOO Qy| t»v»miUJS • -~ — *—— «*^*«» • — ji X UUU%Z(t$ tJTT ""T V***S«»I STATE BRAND CRE AMERIES "hie. 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