Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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-a v. aflPTBMBEJtt 20, 1934 W foods that are J STOCKS ARE NEW AND ISKETROCERY FOODS STORE ELDORA DAU WED TO HERBERT ZUMACH 2 2 for 25c in packed okie jar --------4 tall cans -----. B White Laundry glass .__$1.00 25c Salt 2oc nore at 1:30 Sunday afternoon, In tie presence of relatives and friends ook place tho marriage of llor- bert Zumach and Eldora Dau, both'nils off of Whlttemoro. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor. The bride was gowned in a white organdy ankle-length dross, and in fifth ,, peaberry, lb. ---- 22c Bran Flakes 2 for 17c fcpenut Flakes— 2 for 17c PP ' S premium Choco£. ta ib soc 2 pkgs. and 1 dish jaop free —• Lhmallows, per lb. __15c [termelons, Muscatine ir choice, each 20c While they last. Imuurger, "pure beef" Dau attended her sister as bridesmaid. She was dressed in a pretty ?reen ankle-length organdy dress vith accessories. The bride carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and white lOc fcf Roast, lb. for LOW IT COST LOW COST IGHER ITRADE-IN VALUE the KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA pect fine fla- stimulation PAGE Sunday Indians Defeat Lofts Creek In 12th; Lions Next Sunday inning. ' Whittemore, Sept. 18 — At St fT!' 0 toams werc tlod at th <> end 'aul'H Lutheran church in Whitte-jit, more'----- in " in ^ Tit ° nka got runs in the 12th on er- f tile Lotts Creokers. A sum- .mary of the game follows: struck <n«t by Gross. 12: by Callus, Id; . -. off Callics, 10,.,,',"•" 'I'itonka, one in third, two fifth, one in tho 8th, and two in oue The bridesmaid carried an I theran hoho ™ M" *™ *S?M *££? "*"• L ™- i™"* ho.Jr&it™- •Its Creek lanorofl. Linns bore. In . 7-0. This will bo the last game of the season. Aid Mods Fridjiy Afternoon— Tho Aid mot Friday at the Lu- Androw were " Both wore dark blue. ,, „ —" ..v,.,.,. vioiunn vvuit: 1V1IK. Mi. Zumach. j Ernest Rnsaiescn, Fonton, Mrs. August Bocttchcr, Mrs. Frank Fiono also attended, and Mr. Fiene . preached in Gorman in the morning. Tlico Vninpc T.nid Up— Then Pompe is carrying one arm in a sling, the shoulder and arm having boon wrenched while he was trying to pen off hogs. Lofts Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight and Supervisor and Mrs. F. .!. Balgeman, Whlttemore, Mr. and- Mrs. T'Mw. Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. John LAKOTA CLUB IN A UNIQUE THAW PARTY Lakota, Sept. 19—Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. Jerry Heetland entertained 21 members of the Acorn club at tho Gutknecht home last Thursday afternoon. This was the first meeting after the summer vacation, and after business the members had group singing, with Mrs. R'rriTOn, and Lnuio Wideking""aU I Lucille Ley as leader. of Clarksvillo, and tho Arthur' and I '^ lle Party was called "A Tramp William Zumachs, and the William ArCalr and Wiener Roast," and the Liesners were last Thursday even- hostesses had a unique method of Ing guests of the Carl Zumachs. Hilda and Elma Potratx, and Francis Sehwinderman, all of Port Dodge, visited the girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, Sunday. They were accompanied as far serving lunch. At a signal the women filed out on the porch, and as they passed the kitchen door each was given a long pointed stick, on tho end of which was tied a yel- Ing and lunch was served. Three Youths to University— W. E. Ley took his son Billy to Iowa City Sunday to enter the university as a freshman. The Rev. Mr. Frerking left for the same place Monday morning with his son Norman, who has entered the university as a sophomore. Billy was graduated from high school last May, and Norman was a student In the University of Dubuque last year. Durward Trenary will also attend the university. Harry Mussman's last week Wednesday. Mrs. H. H. Murray, Mrs. C. R. Roelfsema, Helen Awe, and Mr. and Mrs. John Smith attended an Eastern Star meeting at Buffalo Center last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, daughter Sylvia, and Edward Hagge spent last week with Mrs. Koppen's sister, Mrs. May Glelter, White, 3. D. Chris Asmusson was called to Sioux City one day last week by news of the death of his fathtqfr Wednesday. He came home day. Mrs. Mary Rosenau left for Chicago to visit her son Robert. and to see the fair. The William Eberts, Mt. Plea* sant, are visiting William's mothers Mrs. Marie Ebert. The A. W. Behrends family, AJ- gona, were visitors at Jerry Heeto land's Sunday. ? Mrs. Lars Relsem has been .with severe heart trouble. Mrs. Minn Loscse Mother— Mrs. Charles Finn, Gerled, whose mother died recently at Radcliffe, came home one day last week, .bringing with her her aged father, C. H. Cammack, who now makes his home with her. Mrs. Finn is postmistress at Gerled. Virgil Smith in College- Virgil, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, worked at Dubuque during vacation, but came home a week ago for a short visit, and then went as Whlttemore by Mathilda Vaudt,' oast ' A11 followed a leader to the low "tramp bundle" containing back in time to resume college work bride, and. Alice sister of JMor Gel en-mr anna , mr anna , the groom, were flower girls Wil- Ficno M idn nn?i M it , £ ^ ma wore orchi ' ! " """ ' ma wore orchid and Alice wore 1 Mr. ;md Mrs y lll° W- ..T h ° drcsses wero trimmed,nestina Bast','daughter Alma with ruffles. Both carried baskets David nistau of daisies. who is also employed at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, daughter Arlone, Mrs. Ernestina Bast, " ter Alma, and David Ristau, Algona, called at Mrs. Rich- border of the flower garden, where a fire was burning to roast wieners. The "tramp bundles" were then opened, wieners roasted, trays found on a table nearby, and lunch Mrs. Zumach is the daughter of Mrs. W. F. ated from Dau. She was gradu- St. Paul's Lutheran Klsic Kolihvos is Kriile— and lard Potratz's Friday, and Arlene! oaten ln '°vely surroundings. Coffee was served in granite cups, sugar and cream in tin containers. i The weather was ideal for an at- stayed till Saturday. Friends here attended the wed- at the University of Dubuque. Lonpues In Joint Meeting— Britt and Woden Luther League young people were guests of the local League Sunday evening. The program was given by the local league. school and from the high school. After the ceremony a reception . L , r 'ing of Eldora Dau and Herbert! Announcement of the approach-1 Zumach at St. Paul's Lutheran tair o£ thls kind - ing marriage of Elsie, daughter of j church, Whittemore, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, to Paul j Mrs. Otto Liesener and Mrs. Edw. Pastor Fletcher's Father Pies— Eiglcr, Estherville, son of Druggist I Kressin were Monday guests of and Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Fenton, was j Mrs. Ferd. Bierstedt and helped her made Sunday at the Immanuel Lu- was held at the home of the bride's mother. Present were thn Wm. Rusches Sr. and the August Mip.l- kes, grandparents of the bridegroom; the H. R. Zumachs, the Hugo Meyers, the Victor Daus, the Fred Strueckers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergens and son, the Hev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and Norman, the H. W. Behnkos, the P. L. Jessens, and Leona Dreyer. Waitresses were Vera Dau and Viola Schumacher. Mrs. Frank Jergens, sister of the bride, Mrs. Louis Greinert, and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and daughter Luella sang "0 Perfect Love." The bridal couple left immediately after the reception for Charles City, from where they left for Milwaukee and Chicago to at- end the world's fair. They will be gone a week or ten days. Urs. Earl Elbert Honored— A party was held at Peter El- iert's Thursday afternoon in honor if Mrs. Earl Elbert. Cards were ilayed and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, of Algona, won high prize. Mrs. Frank Collasch won a quilting prize. Hostesses were Mrs. Leo Walters md Minnie Elbert. A delicious unch was afternoon. Three Go to World's Fair— The R. A. Bartletts and George For Fall [You can wear last year's [hat this year — if you Jhave it cleaned [blocked. and GARMENTS [It is none too early to [have your Fall wearing [apparel cleaned and repaired. BUGS AND DRAPES [Cleaned and returned Promptly, Give us a trial, Mo Cleaners 687 WAVE COMING furnace or bpll- save yourself and later. Sheet Metal 8| served later in the theran church. The wedding was to take place Tuesday. Fieno 1'roachos nt Ln Verne— Tho Richard Potratzes accom- papor. The Noah Roisnors were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Riesner's mother, Mrs. Chris Siems, Whittemore. Lorina, daughter of William pamcd the Edward Kucckers to Lu Meyer, had her tonsils removed at Verne Sunday to attend a mission the General hospital, Algona Fri- festival. The Rev. and Mrs. E. ] day H, S, CLASSES AT L, R, Lone Hock, Sept. 10—The local high school classes have elected officers. The senior officers are: president, Coila Jane Hollister; vice, Tommy Long; secretary-treasurer, Margaret Gladstone. The juniors chose for president Jack Tibbetts; vice, Raymond Nelson; secretary, Beryl Sanders; treasurer, Myrtle Orvick; play committee—Beryl Sanders, Raymond Nelson, Viola Bierle. The sophomore president is Bernard Reilly; vice, Marvin Ackerson; secretary-treasurer, Shirley Marlow. For president the freshmen picked Jesse Blanchard; vice, Clarence engler drove to Chicago to attend Kraft; secretary-treasurer, Chester guests, held. A business meeting will be Hull Team Defeats Seneca— The Lone Rock ball team defeated Seneca on the local diamond Friday, 5-3. Lone Rock Fenton this Friday. played at P. T. A. Will Meet Tonight- The local parent-teacher association will hold its first meeting this The Rev. and Mrs. Fletcher attended the funeral of Mr. Fletcher's father, William Fletcher, at Swea City last week Tuesday. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Lena Fletcher, two sons, Harold and Arthur, and four daughters, Mrs. Richard Cronk and Mrs. Charles Cronk, Armstrong, Mrs. Chris Hanson, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Ben Soper, Forest City. One son and one daughter are dead. He was buried at Swea City, where he had lived for some years after leaving Lakota. Max O'Keefe to \nies— Henry Schroeder and Robert Hamilton took Max O'Keefe to Ames Sunday to enter the state college and study civil engineer- ng. week Thursday evening at schoolhouse. Johnsons at Home Again— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson got home last Thursday evening from Knoxville. The Rev. Mr. Johnson, who underwent a nasal operation at Des Moines two weeks ago, stopped at the hospital for a final treatment on his way home. Other Lone Bock. Mrs. Ernest Krueger, Burt, and her daughter Ruth were Sunday the I He is feeling much better since removal of a growth in his nose, and le hopes to be entirely well soon. While at Knoxville the Johnsons attended a reunion of Mrs. John>on's relatives at Columbus. he world's fair last Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughter, Mary foyce, as far as Milwaukee. Mrs. O'Brien visited her mother, Mrs. J. Connors. They returned Sunday. Entertains for Children- Mrs. H. E. Woodward entertained 'riends Saturday at Call park, Al- *ona, in honor of her daughter Marilyn and son Nevin. Games were played and lunch was served. 3oys received whistles as favors, and the girls received small dolls. Have Picnic at State Park— Bernice Balgeman, William Heller, Lester Quinn, Lillian Heidenwith, and Lloyd Walker, all of here, and Esther Behnke, Algona, had a steak roast at the Call state park at Algona Sunday evening. Arthur Fandels Have Girl- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Fandel are parents of a girl born a week ago Monday. She was named Mary Joan. They have another child, also a girl. Attend Shower at St. Joe- Mrs. Nick Reding and Mrs. Peter Miller attend a shower at St. Joe Sunday afternoon in honor of Marie Gisch, who was married Tuesday morning. Dislocates Hip In Fall- Theodore Pompe, Lotts Creek, fell Thursday night and dislocated his hip. He was taken to the McCreery hospital for treatment. Girl for Tony Kajewskis— A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kajewski, of Cylinder, last Thursday. She has been named Madonna May. Other Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight and daughter Evelyn drove to Mason City Friday for their daughter Rosella, who attends Hamilton college at that place. They were accompanied back by Rosella Neu and Beada Kallasch. Lucille O'Brien, Mrs. Nannie Butler and Mrs. Margaret Dailey left Tuesday to visit relatives in Wisconsin and Illinois for a week or ten days. They will also stop at Oakdale to visit Mary Alma O'Brien. The Martin Meyers, of Garner, spent last week here with relatives. They and the William Meyers spent from Thursday till Saturday at Stein, Minn., and in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, of Algona, to visit relatives in Illinois and to attend the worlds fair. They left Sunday for a week. Melbourn Simpson attended a cattle sale at Fort Dodge Wednesday. Joe Faber and Elmo Barber returned with two truck loads of cattle. , ,. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, daughter Alice, son Robert, and Mrs. Hughes all of Lake Crystal, Minn., spent Friday at Elmo Barber's. The William Rusches Sr. and Jr., and the Herman Zumachs attended a party at Nick Gengler's at Lotts Creek Friday night. Marcella, daughter of the J. s. Cullens, who is taking nurses training at St. Paul, spent the week end here. Simpson, Itenlnli Gladstone in Accident— Beulah Gladstone is suffering torn bruises and scratches received n an auto wreck Saturday near ^enton. She was en route home Irom Fenton, and failed to see a car coming from the north. It struck her car broadside, both cars .urning over twice. Beulah was thrown clear. The occupant of the other car was able to continue to Des Moines. Beulah's car was completely demolished. Mothers Club Hears Program— The Mothers club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Fred Wegener, Mrs. Hobson assisting. Scripture was read by Mrs. Wegener, and roll call was answered with childhood memories of school. Program: piano solo, Mrs. W. G. Flaig; reading, Little Mary's Essay on Husbands, Lillian Angus; game of states and capitals. The next mooting will be with Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Lesion "Aux" Names Officers— The Legion Auxiliary met Friday at Mrs. Frank Flaig's, Mrs. Otis Sanders hostess. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. W. G. Flaig; vice, Mrs. Otis Sanders; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. N. L. Cotton; chaplain, Mrs. E. M. Jensen; historian, Mrs. G. J. Burt. A free membership will be given away at the next meeting. There were 11 present. Dinner Honors Woman's Birthday— A surprise birthday party was given at E. C. Bierstedt's Sunday evening, honoring Mrs. Bierstedt Attending, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Boderius and the William Hoecks Bancroft; Bierstedt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Walter Sorenson she was Morgan Dittmei Burt; the Raymond Bierstedts and Dora, Carrie, and Rose Bierstedt. Ditlmer Relative Flies Here- Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon teacher came last week Tuesday to Charles Dittmer's, and Wednesday Mrs Lyle Morris, New York, came by plane to Ames, whence brought here by Clarence who lives at Ames. Mrs. died Wednesday. Attend Carroll Ball Tourney- J M Blanchard and his son Jesse drove to Carroll Saturday to attend a Carroll county ball tournament in which Donald Blanchard played with Breda in three games. Breda won each game and also the tournament. Twelve teams played Mrs. Deluiar Fischer Honored— A miscellaneous shower was held at Mrs. William Fischer's Friday in honor of Mrs. Delmar Fischer, nee Grace Peterson, and 40 attended. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Fischer, Mrs. Ralph Pnebe, and Bernice Johnson. Farewell for IVilUam Hobson- A nartv was given last weeic W^sdaVevening *« ™J» Hobson, who leaves this week Thursday for Park's Air School, East St. Louis. Mite Society Tea Today- The Mite society will give a birthday tea this week Thursday at the church. Members are to take guests at the Charles Morris home. The L. B. Hollisters were callers at Jay Godden's, Seneca. Mrs. Lawrence Zweifel and daughter Joan, south of Seneca, spent Monday with the Goddens. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, daughter Mrs. Chester Alme, and the Claude Whitehills attended the funeral of VIrs. Whitehill's brother, Harry Kearns, of Minnesota, at Algona 'riday. Mr. Kearns was an old resident of this vicinity. Alma Madison, R. N., who had )een employed at an Estherville lospital, came home Friday, but vas recalled Sunday. Marietta Ihristenson, R. N., also there, spent Sunday at the parental P. M. Uhristenson's. Mr. and Mrs. Knud Thomson and .he Herman Madsens, Ringsted, and .he John Thomsons, Royal, were Sunday dinner guests of the Andrew Thomsons, the occasion being Mrs. Andrew Thomson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and ;he Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday at Humboldt with rela- :ives. Mrs. Newbrough's father, William Reynolds, who had visited here, went home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn drove to Fort Dodge Friday to meet Mrs. Edgar Tavenner, Freeport, 111., daughter of Henry Kniss, Lanark, 111., who is sick at Conrad Rahn's. Mrs. E. M. Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, and the latter's daugter Kathryn drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Mrs. Oscar Householder and Gladys Stebritz. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ringsted, were Sunday dinner guests at P. M. Christenson's, and afternoon callers there were Frieda and Helen Paetz, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, Algona, and Mrs Carrie Lewis, Orange, Calif., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Mrs. Howard McChesney and the children, who had spent the Eummer at George Pettit's, left lasl week Tuesday for their home at Van Nuys, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders, Swea City, left Sunday for Des Moines on a business trip. They returned Tuesday. Alton Pettit, Hans Nielson,- and Chris Olson, Seneca, and Oscar Earing returned Monday from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota The Edward Zunkels were Sunday guests at William Paine's, Swea City. The Emil Krafts were at R G. Borchardt's, East Chain, Minn. • Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended a mail carriers' meeting at Bancroft last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Walter Sorenson drove to Savannah, Mo, Friday to visit Mrs. Sorenson, patient in a sanitarium there. Fred Genrich and his son Mainard drove to Ames Sunday, and Mainard resumed studies at the State college. The Busy Friday club meets this week Friday with Mrs/ J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Frank Flaig assisting . Mrs. Edward Blanchard, who had been at Lawrence Newbrough's, returned Friday to her home at Irvington. James and Edward Marlow and the Ben Marlows, Redfleld. S. D. visited from Friday till Monday here. Mrs. Tom Clement, Hedinger, N, D., was a caller at J. M. Blanchard's Saturday morning. Charles Zoller, Lakota, spent a few days last week at Frederick Schultz's. The A. A. Nelsons were Sunday callers at the Einer Fauerbys, Fenton. Marjorie Johnson. Algona, spent the week-end with Imogene Roderick. edynrd F. B. Meeting Held— Ledyard township held a Farm Bureau meeting at J. H. Holcomb's 'riday evening, 30 present. Norman Frerking played a saxophone solo, a piano solo, and sang a solo; he Rev. Harold Fletcher gave a alk on Our Inner Self; Idah and Adah Telcamp and Meriam Heet- and gave an instrumental trio with two violins and a clarinet. The rest of the evening was spent at visit, Other Lakota News. The Gus Koppens, Beth Hamquist, and Betty Johnson went to Spencer Saturday to attend the fair. Beth and Betty remained to visit Betty's cousin, and the Harvey Johnsons went after them Sunday. Mrs. Emory Smith, iwn Ricliard, Mrs. Henry Mitchell, and the lat- :er's three children left one day last week for Iowa Falls, Goodell, and other points to visit relatives ten days. Mesdames P. C. Keister and S. C Keister, Elmore, and Mesdames T. L. Stevenson and Charles Anderson, Goldfield, were visitors al Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter spenl Sunday visiting relatives at Ackley OPENING GAME FOOTBALL ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL —vs.— LIVERMORE Friday, September 21, 8 p. m First game under lights. Admission, 25c, 35c. The Gift of Gifts for the Bride International Silverware in a chest fashioned like a Wedding Ring. Happy the brido who receives this unique gift! With 1847 Rogers Bros. Silverplate, Holmes & Edwards Inlaid* or Wm. Rogers & Son Silverplate. In Wm. Rogers & Son SilverpUte—39 piece set, $33; 69 piece set, $49. In either 1847 Rogers Bros. SilverpUte or Holmes & Edwards Inlaid*—39 piece set, $46.50; 69 piece set, $72.50. 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