Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1939 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, May 19, 1939
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PAGE TEN KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Bonnstottcrs Fifty Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary today. They were married at Glenhaven, Wis., and came immediately to West Bend, where they settled on a Woman's club musical tea iViday afternoon in the library assembly room. This meeting was in observance of national music week. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson gave a trave- log on Oberammergau, and a musicale was presented by Mrs. Bertha farm Mr. Bonnstetter owned. They I Michel, Mrs. Attleson, Jane Cretz- lived there for 32 years, then re- meyer, Glen Raney, and Misses Dilling and Stehn, the two last- public school tired to Algona. Mr. Bonnstetter was born in named of the local Clayton county, June 16, 1878, and s t a ff. was brought to West Bend by Ills Mrs. Paul AVille had charge of v -. cut , parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael decorations. There were baskets' *? c ot ^Igonlans Weds— Bonnstetter, In a covered wagon, of lilacs and apple blossoms about an Mrs> Hl B - presidents—Mrs. George McDowell, West Bend; Mrs. George Bol- smger, Forest City; and Mrs. R. E. Courson, Belmond; treasurer, Mrs. C. H. Thompklns, Garner; recording secretary, Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Fenton. There were 120 delegates from the Algona district registered, and a number of local women attended who didn't register. Mrs. Edw. A. Genrich presided at noon luncheon. Principal speakers were Ruth Eveland, Fatrfield; Mrs. Alice Rigby Moore, Tlpton; and Mrs. J. E. Fellar, Sioux City, conference secretary. Miss Eveland is on a furlough from India, where she has been a missionary 15 years, and Mrs, Moore recently returned from a tour of inspection in India, after an absence of 15 months.' and Four other families came with the room, and the centerpiece on them, including the J. J. Dorweil- the tea table was a bowl of tulips, ers, parents of Mrs. Michael Bonn- Tea was served at 4 o'clock, Mrs. stetter. Herman Hauberg and Mrs. ft. H. A tent, sewed by hand, was Miller pouring. made to live in till houses could The social committee in charge be built. Michael Bonnstetter, consisted of Mesdames J. i,. Bouar, Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle drove to Belmond a week ago Saturday to attend the wedding of Donna Fae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer, to Gerald McNulty. sionary women. Mrs. age, president of the society, Was toastmlstress. Thompson gave a toast mothers; Mrs. Edwin Wo to the ' daughters. A chorus sang, Let the Lower Lights Be Burning. Violet. Ho\ school pupil, gave two and Mrs. Wayrte Wright two piano solos. berg presented a reading, and Joan Wolcott sang a solo, "Mother." Shower for a Bart Girl— Mrs. William Fitzgerald, Creek township, was hostess at a linen shower Friday Lulu, daughter of Mr. Jesse Dugan, Burt, and hostesses were Mrs. Clinton Sampson and Mrs. Harvey Forty-seven women attended, and the afternoon was spent at games. After thi gifts, a served In the dining room. A large umbrella had been hung from the D.Brund- ilsslonary a. Anita to the ye conyentlofi held yesterday and today at Fort Dodge. Joseph Elbert took the girls down Sunday afternoon tot a 4 p. m. tea at the leott, one j Warden hotel. Other members who woman's er Lights ey, grade readings, t played . T. Soland Joan >ther." d, Plum less at a honoring ind Mrs. assisting on Samp- ergenson. ided, and at games. went down for a 7 o'clock banquet last night were Adah Carlson, club vice president, Anna Buss, treasurer, Darleen Stott,, Lulu Huenhold, Imelda Dooley, Rose Lampe, Beulah -Larson, Clarice Amesbury, Stella Mae Breen, Flora Tlss, Amy Johnson, and Elva Ewold. Queen Esthers Hear Bnrgess— Ellen and Helen Johnson, twins, and Iiiea Harris were hostesses to the Methodist Queen Esthers last week Monday evening at the church. To a 6 o'clock pot-luck supper was added a birthday cake and Ice cream in honor of the hostesses' birthday anniversaries awrapped thls month . icon was . A large from the The Rev. F. Earl Burgess, who was a guest, gave a talk on Queen TilafVipr \vnrlr_ Hfvtv fipnrlnir lull a Scan braltl Phlll is Ri has o at pt eniar Bccci Mr east wedd day f and secre Ther frien Prleb bride The i Made husbi farm Sevei Th Algol fp.ndp Scanlah, secretary; treasurer; ''#•' Mildred Oil" Donna Jean ceiling, with jpink streamers .running to and the white table, and favors were tiny umbrellas. -, .- —— .«.„.,».,..,. anQ tavors were tiny umorenas. W1 ?! t _ e ' J .. M . c $? rkle '. e nd Miss Dugan will be married Thurs- are slsters - daughters of Mr. • uo UUIIL. nn^na^i. jjwj.i*ioi.ci.«.^* i vuiiciioLtru. ui iUcoUlUUes J 1 1 x50U3,r ( j — ' however, hauled lumber from Ft. R. H. Miller, Herman Hauberc' an Mrs ' A> M> Jas P erson - former-^ , „ . _ _ i i «_i. •* i- .. __ _.. _ ~**u w, 4 to , i p » i rrmnn nntvr nf f*l1ii*\ rln In Dodge for a frame house which Marguerite Kenefick, D. E.""Dewe°! ' y ° f Algcmai now still stands on what is now his and G. W. Stillman; the hospital- brother's farm. The other hous- ity committee (receiving line), of of Glendale, the WM es were logs. The Bonnstetter and Mesdames W. A. Foster, Sherman the Dorweilers are the only fami- Anderson, A. A. Bishop, R. lies of that group left here. Kain, W. D. Andrews, and 6. Mrs. Bonnstetter was the daugh- Stephenson. ter of Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Ludwig, and she will be 72 next December treseo M. & D. Club Meets— 29. • Tnc Cresco Mothers & Daugh- Mr. Bonnstetter has two sisters. ter f club met Wednesday with Mrs. Mrs. Frank Dorweiler, of West L - "• Robinson, Mrs. James Vipond Bend, and Mrs. Josephine Haag, assisting. Twenty-two members , * Francis church, and a wedding Whittemore; and four .brothers, ami guests attended. The Paul, West Bend; Chris, Rodman; suests were Mesdames Pickard, Henry, Whittemore; and J. J., o£ Bun - w - H - Altwegg, Edward Fer- Corwith. Mrs. Bonnsetter has a S\ison. and Ronald Moore, Algona, sister, Mrs. Herman Helmke, ->° hn Fleming, Tony Sorensen, and Britt, and a brother, Frank Lud- Merger, of Cresco township; also wig, Whitteinore. . ulle Orton - Mrs. Andrew Hansen The Bonnstetters have eight ]ol " ed tne clu b. children: Antoinette, school nurse illc meeting was opened with here; Herman, on the home farm; f." ani ' a ' Mrs - D °uglas Wildin at former representative Alex, on an- tne P ian °. and roll call was ans- other farm at West Bend owned w f red with health hints, after by his father; Mrs. Edmond An- w {L a busin ess meeting was deregg, Britt; O. J., farmer at ield> I Brewster, Minn.; Frank, veterin- w V. le P r °Sram follows: Child! arian at Garner; Harold J., doctor "Oltare, discussion; Trip to the 1 at Clbolo, Tex.; and Burnette, at f 1 " 1 L ands, Mrs. Iris Worster; j S°f t ?® s numt> er a song by the club, Brighten the Corner Where You I ' breakfast was served following the ceremony. The bride studied at the Mount Mercy school for girls, also two years at Cedar Rapids, besides a day to James A. Kelly, Algona, Class Observes Mothers Day— The Bible Searchers Sunday school class met at the church last Tuesday, with Mrs. H. L. Miller, chairman, of the May division, in charge. Mothers day program was given, with roll call response on Mother. Mrs. F. A. Witham led semester at the State university, devotions. The origin of Mothers The bridegroom spent three years day was discussed by Mrs. Will- at Iowa City. The couple made a ten-day wedding trip in Wisconsin and Minnesota. •Mr. and Mrs. Hofer visited the Whites here last week Tuesday. Another Mother-Daughter Event— Sixty women and girls attended a mothers and daughters banquet Friday evening at the First Lutheran church. Tulips, lilacs, and pansies were used in decorations, and dinner was served by the mls- iam Martin, and a poem, Behold, Thy Mother, was given by Mrs. A. J. Keen, Backward, Turn Backward, was read by Mrs. Eva Cairy, and Mrs. Archie Michel sang two Mothers day solos, Mrs. Roberts accompanying at the piano. The attendance was 28. Wa-tnn-ynns to Convention— Violet Norman, Jessie Smith, and Rachel Becker will return this evening from a national Wa'tan- There are five grandchild- home. ren. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnstetter held Arc ' Wrs - Douglas Wlldtn at open house Sunday afternoon for P 'm'i. 0 ' the brothers and sisters. Twenty the mi. , ne 'H meetin S is to tie held sers. weny M ,, persons attended. This afternoon Hay J4> Meln hers are to be dress- j they are holding open house for friends, and this evening a family •dlnner for the children and grand- •chiKlren, 20 attending, will be _ District W, F. M. Selects Officers M "- A - A - Bi ^>op was elected served ' H eca s °' lo °' Sirls, in default of there will be a heavy penal^ rs ' ^ re ^ !>rks will be host- lrs ' Ra -Ph_aiorgan assisting. •ffhittemore Girl is Bride— Catherine, daughter of Mr. and P reside »t- and Mrs. W. H. Klamp Mrs. H. L. Simpson. Whittemore, Reeled one of the vice presidents, an William, son of Mr. and Mrs. „ ™ A 'S° na District Methodist W. Otto Baudler, Austin, were married J' M ' S ' co "vention here Thurs- Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Al, ... •the First Lutheran church, Algo- j ther officers elected were: vice •na, the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand off!-' Jgjl_ __ — •••— — ^-^— •• elating. The bridesmaid was Ger-1 trude Farrell, St. Paul, and Robert Tucker, Austin, was best man. The bride wore a powder-blue wool suit, with white and DuBon- net accessories and a corsage of orchids. Her attendant wore penthouse blue, with navy and chartreuse accessories and a corcage of sweetpeas and sweetheart ras- es. A reception was given by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Simpson, Whittemore, where a color scheme was carried out in pink and white. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school in 1930 and of the University of Minnesota. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Minnesota law college. The bridal couple left for two weeks in the Ozarks and will be at home after August 1 at Austin. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baudler, daughter Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baudler, Mrs. Herman Baudler, Mr. and Mrs. Al- vln Baudler, Alice Kenevan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baudler, son Richard, daughter Lucille, all of Austin; Betty Lamberti, St. Peter, Minn.; Minnie Kraemer, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Collin- eon, Botna, daughter Margaret; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson, Ayrshire Ben Swanson, Buffalo Center, daughter Eleanor; Mrs. Alice Reimers, Margaret Simpson, Mildred Simpson, Whittemore; and Mrs. Nell Mundhenk, Sioux City. | Mothers and Daughters Banquet—' Some 190 mothers and daughters attended an annual banquet Wednesday evening at the Methodist church, with the Home Builders Sunday school class in charge. The men of the class served, and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe was in charge of the kitchen. J. F. Overmyer is the class teacher. I Long tables were decorated in ! pink and green, and there were • three geranium pots on each table. I The drinking water was also col- ' ored pink or green to carry out th.o color scheme. Mrs. S. W. Meyer was toastmistress, and Ms. V. K. Rising led group singing. The program follows: Toast to daughters, Mrs. Anton Didriksen; pledge to daughters, the mothers; toast to mothers, Eleanor Thorpe; pledge to mothers, the daughters: trio — Mrs. V. K. Rising, Mrs. Kermit Forbes, Miss Dilling; address, Mrs. J. H. Marston, Mason City; group singing; benediction, Mrs. F. E. Burgess. Mrs. O. B. Laing was scheduled to address the group on Mother o' Mine, but was unable to be present because of sickness in the family. 1935 Delux Ford Sedan This car has been recently overhauled. Good upholstering and rubber. A bargain at $265. Can give terms. Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 125 ______ „„, . 'Anothefr member is Ruth Ann Clement. The club has only the required six members at present, but the girls' hope to enlarge their group. Reception fof Angnst Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, northeast of Algona, entertained at a wedding reception last week Sunday afternoon, 2:30 till 4, for M\. and Mrs. B. E. Prlebe, who were married last August. were 100 relatives and friends In attendance. Mrs. C. E. mother of the bridegroom, was assisting, hostess. The new Mrs. Prlebe Is the former Madelyn Paetz, and she and her husband are now at homo on a farm two miles north of. Sexton. Seventy at Mnslc Fete — The Bel' Canto May Pete at the Algona hotel Wednesday was at__ tended by 70 women from the Al- Candlelight service"; Margaret Mil- 1 gona cluh and the . Spencer Clef ler had charge of devotions; and I club. The speakers' from Spencer Ruby Turner was lesson leader.' were Mrs. Green, state treasurer The study this year is a book entitled, The City. New Local Campflre Gronp— Another group of Campfire Girls has been orgnalzed. The girls, all seventh grades, met with their guardian, Mildred Rich, at the W. C. Dewel home last week Monday afternoon after school and elected officers: Jean Thorpe, president; Marilyn Keen, vice; June Ann of federated cluhs, and Mrs. Remer, president of the Spencer club. Shower for Local Matron— iMrs. Donald T. Nugent entertained at a shower Thursday honoring Mrs. H. T. Barker. The group had luncheon at Cook's, then played bridge at the Nugent home. Two tables were In play, Mrs. W. D. Eaton winning high, Mrs. Antone Johnson, second. REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You MOST PEOPLE PAY THEIR doctor bills promptly, but there arc many who seem to think a doctor Is to be paid only If convenient to do so. Such an attitude Is entirely unfair. /Your doctor bills should be paid as promptly as any other bill. •'..'. Kossuth County Medical Society For SUJTim E R In Smart, Cool, Long Wearing Shoes Itfiisicale for Woman's Club- Some 60 women attended the DR. C, C, SHIERK PODIATRIS1 (Foot Specialist) Corns,- Callouses, -Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. i Hutchison Bldg. - Algona New summery shoes that give that give that added something to your foot-appeal, and are so-o-o comfortable. You'll find shoes for the entire family—from the littlest tot to grandpa. And you'll find shoes here at prices you like. New summer styles in whites and colors are here waiting to grace your foot. $2.50 - $2.95 $3.95 - S6.0O Japonicas, styles and sizes, are now marked to move. Be sure you come in early and get the ones you want. This $6 Airstep now only -S4.95 Pedrsonality styles, were $4, new —$3.39 Barbara Browns, were $8.50, now —$2.89 MEN—This corner is for you only. We have just received new sport oxfords, in combinations we are sure you'll like. And if you want work shoes you'll find the best at the cheapest price in north Iowa. $1.98 - $2.50 - $3.95 $5.00 SHILTS BROWNBILS SHOE STORE The Shoe Store That Take* Care or Your Feet Here's the SALE You're Waiting for TWOiONE SALE Chrischilles Store -THREE BIG DAYS- Thurs., Fri., & Sat. • May 18-19-20 BUY ONE Garment and get another ABSOLUTELY FREE 500 SPRING COATS, SUITS, SILK DRESSES Here's the sale you've been waiting for—the traditional, original, only genuine Chrischilles TWO FOR ONE SALE. If you want the biggest sale value of the season, attend this great event. Biggest selection of years—everything goes — no Spring Coat, Suit, or Dress held out. BUY ONE GARMENT AND GET ANOTHER FREE. Could anything be fairer? Plenty of bargains every day — if you can't make it on Thursday—come Saturday—always complete size ranges. HQW IT WORKS The 2 for 1 is so simple anyone can understand it. You simply select any Coat, Suit, or Silk Dress and get your unrestricted choice of any other garment FREE. No strings, no red tape—and hundreds of garments to select from. WHY IT WORKS The 2 for 1 works because it is honest. You can't'get cheated. The original tickets are on all garments. Never a change from the original retail price which appears plainly on every ticket. This sale has been successful for over 30 years. - YOU MUST BUV TWO GARMENTS IF YOU NEED ONLY ONE GARMENT with us by being prepared to take two. Remember that no other retail store gives you suph values so early in the s e ason, and in return for such unprecedented bargain, we must clean out our stock quickly. .That's the reason for 100 CHOICE SPRING GOATS EVERY Spring Coat in the store is included in this sale. This means both tweeds and dressy types also a complete size range from 10 to 52, This is the first time we have included EVERY Coat in our sale. A marvelous selection. 350 FINE SPRING DRESSES Every Spring silk and wool Dre«» is also included — many sheer, light weight wools and many three-piece costume suit drewes— I"*™* a practical garment for both Fall and Spring, Half «ze« and regulars as well as junior are here. SO Beautiful ' - **** -*:ir*««fw <Ti%imi, SUITS '' .-^±^te^'2X!^&^r «^^^ 2 *» »• for every occasion, both Fall and Snrin» 5, * ^« <?ombinationi-^iii^ful — ; •__^_ L '*wrnz, awe* complete from 1% to 20, v This is a FBEE offer—not NO SUMMER

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