Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1939 · Page 8
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SHOW CATTLE WIN AT MASON CITY'S FAIR COtlNTY ADVANCB. ALdOfTA. tOWA Lone Rock, Aug. 21 Chrtstenson & Son won exhibitor's blue banner P. M. premier In the H'hlltemore Girt Is Married- Frances Duffy, Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dtrtfy, of WhUtemore, and Earl V. Connors, Adnlr, son of (Mrs. M. J. Connors, Milwaukee, were married yester- (Monday) at St. Michael's Iowa fair Wednesday. Results were: champion female; reserve champion bull; second on bull dropped between May 1, 1937, and December 31, 1937; third 011 bull dropped, between January 1, 1938, and April 30, 1938; second on bull dropped between May 1, 1938, and August 31, 1938; first on bull dropped between September 1, 1938, and March 31, 1938. Second on three bulls; second and fourth on two bulls; first and second on cow dropped between orange MOV 1 inoc «..j »»__„!. OA ino-r. "'""SB May 1, 1936, and March 30, 1937; first on heifer dropped between January 1, 1938 and April 30, 1938; third on heifer dropped between May 1, 1938, and August 31, 1938; second on heifer dropped between September 1, 1938, and March 31, 1939; first and third on two females; second on get of sire; second and fourth on pair yearlings; first on pair calves. Wesley, Aug. 21—Ben G. Studer exhibited 14 Shorthorn show cattle at the North Iowa fair at Mason City last week and won first on senior yearling bull; second and third on junior yearling bull; second on summer yearling bull; second on senior bull calves; second on group of three bulls; second on group in classes 501 to 504; first on 2 and 3-year-old heifers; second on senior yearling heifers. First on junior yearling heifers; first on summer yearling heifers; fourth on senior heifer calves; first on unior champion female; third on get of sire; first on graded herd; third and fourth on pair yearlings; third and fifth on pair of calves; fou~" --• ' •••• • male; third o first on steer 1938, to April _. champion steer. • « The Rev. Father Vett, WhUte- more, conducted low mass at 8:30 n. m. The wedding march Was played by Annette Besteulelmer, of Whittemore, and Grace Weydert, also WhUtemore, sang Ave Maria and Pleading. Mass servers were Raphael Mont'ag, of West Bend nephew of the bride, and his cous in, Billy .Moutag, also West Bend The bride was attired 111 a floor length white net gown, with fin gertip veil caught In a coronet of orange blossoms. Her arm bou quet was of white gladioli pink Talisman roses. of Mr. and M«- s . L. W. Swanson, Whittemore, where'he was born, reared, and graduated iffora high school. The marriage ritual was - pronounced by the Rev. Allen Wood, pastor of the .Whittemore Methodist church, in the presence of 15 guests who are Immediate relatives or intimate friends. Mrs. Carlysle and Mrs. Ralph Barllett helped serve light refreshments. ant . Alice Duffy, Whittemore, sister of the bride, was maid of honor She wore a gown of floor-length aqua blue net, with salmon pink acces- bouquet of series, and carried a salmon pink gladioli. Harold Lynch, Waucoma, cousin ° f the bridegroom, was best man Following the ceremony, the brides parents entertained at a wedding dinner at the La Fiesta, West Bend, 45 guests attending.' The newlyweds then left on a week's honeymoon trip to the Black Hills. They will be at home at Adair, where the bridegroom owns a grocery and meat market. I The bride was graduated from Presentation academy, Whittemore, '" 1!m and then attended the Cherokee Junior college. For the last four years -she had been deputy auto clerk for her brother County Treasurer Al. J. Duffy The newlyweds will for the present live at the Swanson parental home, and Rex will help his father at the latter's furailture store. Knnnwhan Weds Hnmboldter— Marvin Edge, Humlboldt, and Beverly Larson, Kanawha, were married aft 2:30 Sunday afternoon at the local Methodist parsonage, »?• ??, V> F- Earl Bur ee93. pastor, officiating. The bride wore a du- bonnet suit, with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of salmon gladioli and white roses The bridesmaid, Virglnialee Lar son, Kanawha, niece of the bride wore a teal blue street dress an a shoulder corsage of white rose and gladioli. 'Robert Christensen Humboldt, a friend of the bride room, was best man. The bridegroom is a nephew o Dr. J. H. Edge, Mitchell, S. D., for mer Algona Methodist pastor. >esco Girls Clnb Meets— The Cresco Chums 4-H club Achievement day was held las week Tuesday at the Ambrose A -all state park, 37 persons attend- . . The 'bridegroom is a graduate of the Eklund Business college. Sexton Girl Weds Algonian— ' Lois Fitch, Sexton, and Martin The P. J. Braner offi- . . . r o- ciated in a double ring ceremony, BUTTERMAKERS ARE COMPETING AT D. M. •State Fair, Des Koines, Aug. 21 —Martin Blelch, Tlionka, Kern Elerick, Whittemore, Bruce Eckhart, Algona, Paul G. ISngen, and Mrs. Braner played You Truly. I Love Harold Glineke, Algona, L. E. Roetman, Burt, Irvin L. Seeman, Algona, Fred N. Theis, Bancroft, all of Kossuth county and all but- termakers, have entered the statewide contest for champion butter- maker of Iowa at the 1939 state fair, according to announcement by state fair officials. The buttermakers are in 20-lb. tub competition with 93 other Iowa buttermakers, and a prize butter show, part of a big dairy show at this year's fair carrying $700 in cash prizes, besides gold, silver, and bronze medals and diplomas. The contest will be determined on the basis of 45 pet. for flavor, 25 for body, 15 for color, 10 for salt, 5 for package. All butter scoring 92 or better will receive a special diploma of merit, and the three highest tubs will win medals in addition to the cash prizes. This year's fair, opening this week Wednesday, will feature one of the largest dairy cattle classes in recent years, also a special exhibit of butter sculpture. Matern Family in Reunion at Wesley Last Week Tuesday Wesley, Aug. 21—A Materu reunion was held at Mrs. Elizabeth Matern's last week Tuesday, and all her living children attended except Victor, who is in California. Attending were the L, A. Materns, Algona; the Ray Vogels, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Dr. C. J. Primislng, Melvin, wife, and children; the Jack Shermans, Williams; Mrs. Ann Kuuz, Des Moines, sons Billy and Gordon; Sisters Hertula and Illumlnati, Milwaukee; the Ben Materns, St. Benedict; the Henry Shermans andBenStuders.Wesley; Joseph, Julius, Adam, and Frank, at home. Mrs. Meyers, Minneapolis, who is Audra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman, with her husband, a doctor, another daughter who is a nun at Milwaukee, and The bride wore a sheer net white gown and carried a bouquet of Pink roses. Lena Zimmerman, Algona. sister of the gridegroom and maid of honor, wore an aqua taffeta gown and carried a bouquet of pastel-shade gladioli. Other bridesmaids were Vanda and Vera Carlson, cousins of the . i bride. They wore sheer pink — ' — • *- — - wui<7 «*fcttlJ.U ng, with club members 100 per ent in uniform. Bernice (Reaper president, presided for a program- America, the Beautiful; club Pledge, members; roll call; secretary's report, Ella (Harr; treasurer's report, Esther Scheppman;. social activities, Stella Mayer; number of articles'made-toy members, _„. , Matern, demonstrations! Efficiency on Parade, iElla Han- Esther Scheppman; italk, Mrs! Hicks; recognition of special guests; talk by judge, Mrs. J M Patterson. Wa-Un-yans Meet at Chrome— The Wa-Tan-Ye business girls met at the Chrome last week Tuesday evening for 6:30 dinner, and Mrs Carl Ewoldt, Lone Rock, mother of FJva Ewoldt, was a club guest. Plans were discussed for next year's program and for an in-' vitatlonal picnic at Clear Lake next Sunday. At least ,two auto loads from here will attend the ing pictures taken on his recent trip to the New York world's fair, and Elda Lavren* read an original poem. Mrs. Ida Zumach la president of the organization; Jacob Hardyk, secretary. Party for Whittemore Man- Herman Zumach, 'Whittemore, was honoree at a surprise birthday party Sunday evening at his home, relatives and friends attending. From Algona were Mr. and 1 Mfcs. Gerhard Wittkopf, Mrs. Fred Jacob, and the latter's guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Landeck, their son Raymond, and Mrs. Ma'-tha Drawz, all of Chicago. Mr. Ztltnach is an uncle of Mrs. Jacob and Mr. Wittkopf. "Jfflyrldc" Party for C'. E.— 'Members of the Presbyterian Christian Endeavor society will go on an old-fashioned "hayride" party Friday evening to the Joseph Skow farm near Wesley. At least' two "hayracks" of young people will go. They will meet at the local' church at 7 o'clock, and in case of rain the party will be held at the church. Harold Banwart is chairman of the committee fa iharge. Party for Four-Year-Old— Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon, was 4 Saturday, and in honor of the occasion her mother took her, a few of her little friends, and the mothers to Ambrose A. Call state park for a picnic dinner. The small guests were Bobby • Pommerening, Betty and Gene Harig, Jean Hicks, Joan Hoffman, and Jerry Bob Anderson. El more Fair Married Here— Arline- Rfppentrop and Elmer Uirsen, (both- of Elmore, were inar- •led in a- single-ring ceremony Wednesday afternoon lalt 'the Pres- jyterian manse, the 'Rev. C. W. Pfelffer officiating. The bride wore a navy blub' street dress. Her at- endant, also- from 'Elmore, wore a green street-length <lress., A,.broth- »r. of ithe'''b'ride "WHS'; best man. Ex-Teacher Here to Wed— Announcement- is made of the pproaching marriage of Audrey, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fritz, Monona, to- Charles L., son f Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman, Alona. The event' will take place eptember 2. Miss- Fritz had been teacher in the Bryant school two r three years, and' Mr: Lehman is Ford salesman. ANNOUNCEMENT ' - • • i *, t. MISCELLANEOUS Ateorid PufeJic Sc/ioob 7 SCHOOL YEAR OPKJCS MOSDAf,' SfiWBMBtlft 4, 9*1* ^ JL ' * ''............. - ... - --- '... i-.. t *" S District for Elementary Grade Pupils'Enrollment In' the Varloufj Buildings (a) Third Ward Building ; . • , \ 1. Iticludo children in grades 1 to 6 inclusive, Who are living north and cnst of the following street lines; **.x..i t- *»J.. ;i 1'* * i _ *..__L. .. Kuifl. b.f*«> Il»b4f i*k io. 1j^«n4 (b) (c) ir. m. IV. living HUKI'Ii HI1U VI1SI. VL tiro AVIAI/TT 1115 ahi^ci. North Minnesota • from • north city limits to East State; thence east to. intersection ofi State and Phillips; thence south on Phillips to city limits. Bryant Building . , ' 1. Include children in grades 2 to 6 inclusive Who ar Jiving west and south of the dividing line'give: above for Third Ward, 2. First grade room In Bryant building: Include al children living north of the dividing line given fo the first grade, in High School Building and wes of N. Minnesota. Include also all children livlni beyond city limits. First Grade Room (146) in High School Building 1. Include all children living south of the following line: West McGregor from west city'limit* to Jn tersectlon with Thorington; thence' north ti State; thence east to Intersection of Phillips* am State; thence south on Phillips to, city limits (II) Kindergarten (':'•' 1. All children in kindergarten will attend in the roort provided in the High School Building (No. 145)v A the first meeting on Monday morning, September 4, half of the group will be assigned for forenoon session and tfte other half for afternoon' sessions 2. These half-day sessions will begin on Tuesday, Sep-i tember 5, reversing at the mid-year If the parent desires. ' R'ule' on age for entering Kindergarten and First Grade— (ai)> Kindergarten ...-•,• Child to be eligible for registration in ^the Kindergarten must be 5" years of age on .or before December 15, 1939. '.:.-•:' CMTdi tcr be eligible for- registration in the first grade must either have completed Kindergarten or must be 6 years of age ow or before December 15, 1939. Any exception! to> rules in I and IT above a* made necessary by unforeseen) oiimuawtazwrwi will be dbcided upon after consideration; by the' Superintendent. Parents should call at the Superintendent's officer in the High School Building or telephone 295. Office* Hours- are S:3uVr2 and l:00-ff:00, daily.' 'All' students- entering-. Tfclfc. grade for- feH» first tfine In September should report tovBjls* Wilson, Junior Hiigrh Prftwtpal, at>-the High School building 6h Saturday morning/September--?,' at 9 o'clock for a tour of the building and preliminary amtcnmcements Students' newly registered! in Algona school's ehfe fall who enter eighth- grade may report at the same' time-.. •' Second'Hand Bdok' - Exchange?— ^^ffiSSSA** •*'iijMft&£s«: >WlUA«U Kf«i.. .... u"0 8 should i. A SchS be in' on n •• «* v* xjucci 1/JUA. UtM. «"* .U^A c n Jji ittteZIU Cn6 aresses and carried pastel gladioli. I P ic nic. A business meeting will be Uiyle Carlson, another cousin of '• held September 5 at the Algona " 1 " h -'" "—- * ' hotel - Voted on will be whether to have Tuesday meetings weekly or twice a month, Naomi Circle Has "Shoot""— The Naomi Circle met Friday at the Ambrose A.. Call state park, with more than 20 women attending. A 4' o'clock picnic was preceded by a target shoot, for which the women chose sides, with- Mrs. Chester Dellinger and Mrs. Jesse Riddle as captafcs. (.The women were having so much fun that no - —«» U-UWI.J.1.CJ. Vil the bride, was flower girl. William Zimmerman, of Algona, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and other gentlemen attending were Herold Zimmerman and Herold Fitch. A wedding reception was given at the home of the (bridegroom's parents, Algona, with 75 guests attending. The newlyweds left on a short wedding trip to Minnesota to visit the bridegroom's brother, the Rev John Zimmerman, Wheaton, and his sister, Hulda Zimmerman of Fergus Falls. The bride is a 1939 graduate of the Algona high school; the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and-Mrs. Mike Zimmerman, Algona, and he is a mechanic ait the Dau garage. t. C. Lassies Have Program— The Lotts Creek . Lassies 4-H one seems to know which side won.) "Kid's"' popguns with rubber bullets were used tar the shoot.. Lutherans Picnick at Part— An annual' Trinity Lutheran A A. L. (insurance) picnic was held at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening at the Ambrose A. Call state park, j. "c AJULLS oreett ija^^ipet d' T-T -» i — —•-•-» ububc i^a* A.. club held its Achleve^rVat ^^ «f"Si'l *?£*•*. Mary Sherman, also there. Des Moines, were Mrs. Anna Huschka, St. Benedict, Dies Wesley, Aug. 21—Many from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Huschka at the St. Benedict Catholic church last week Monday. She died the Saturday before at 75. She was born at Beaver Dam, Wis. Mr. Huschka died in 1930. Her pallbearers were John and William Arndorfer, John Grandjenett, Philip Inamerfall, Nick and John Roskopf. Surviving are seven children: Mrs. Francis Stevenson, of Chicago; Tony, Montana; Mrs. Potthoff, Halbur; Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, and August Huschka, St. Benedict; a sou in Wisconsin; and another son in one of the Dakotas. She also left three brothers: Isadore and Frank EJsenbarth, St Benedict, and Tony Eisenbarth, Minnesota, Degree for Lu Yerne Girl, Lu Verne, Aug. 21—In commencement exercises at the close of summer school [where not stated] Josephine Donelson, Lu Verne, received the degree of bachelor of science in elmentary education. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Marty, son Andrew, and Mrs. Harold Rood, Bode, attended. Miss Donelson has taught two years at Garner. Slece for Burt Doctor. Burt, Aug. 21—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Bahnson Wednesday at the General hospital, Algona. The Bahnsons, whose home la at Inwood, had -been at Dr. B. K. Bahnson's a few days, and Mr. Bahnsou was taking treat- meats for rheumatism. the leader Margaret Redrag's Wednesday, and guests were six members of the Whittemore Whiz- zers club, Mrs. Carl Efoert, Mrs Hicks, Mrs. Charles Osborae, eom- mitteewoman, Ada Fiene, Mrs. L. Kirsch, assistant leader, and the mothers. The program was -opened with Come to the Fair. Ruth Pijahn then recited the 4-H pledge, and a talk was given on club work by Anna Mae Butler. Helen Butler then gave a tap dance, and Mrs. Osborne spoke, the club sang Dreaming, and a demonstration, "My bands are in the dtshpan," was given by Ruth Meine and Gertrude Kuecker. Miss Fiene spoke on conservation, and Dolores Potratz and Phyllis Gengler sang Brahm's .Lullaby. Dorothy Wichtendahl spoke on What 4-H Means to Me, and Helen Butler talked on Interesting Things About Camp, Mrs. Plicks spoke on 4-H work, and the program was closed with America, the Beautiful. After the pro-gram Mrs. Hicks picked out exhibits for the county fair. tended. Win;. G.. Dan showed 1 mov- Clnb Entertained' at' lake- Mrs. M. T. McGutre- entertained hte S. S. S. .bridge clui> Tuesday at the north Spirit Late cottage. Members attending wero Mesdames John Fraser, L. A. Matern, John Weydert, "Rudy" Willrett, Louis Garman, Charles Plathe, and Ralph Morgan. Mr. Plathe and Mr. Willrett accompanied th'e woment Dancing Party for Dorothy and John. Saui 1 entertained 16 young people at a dame- ing party Friday evening, in the recreation room of the Saul home. Ice cream and cake were served. Dorothy and John are daughter and sen of Major and Mrs. Leslie T. Saul. Vlf, Vtn. ----- «-•-- w «i,G>0 to A Building on Wednesday pUrJWse of this meeting Is building, and to Student* new to the Algona • ehtertag Mgfa school for the n,-, should report fof enrollment at flee for grades 0 to 12, and "o 1 to 6f any time Stop Signs- firnde tlnR loon »> lon - and ' (Iowa State Corner); YOUR AT $ 5 .. .has the comfortable, \ easy fit that dis-. tkiguishes a Stetson. Its smart Jines an<t new International Colon art easy on the eye iit» price is easy on j?oer purser $5, Other Hats 1.95 ZENDER'I |!l!lllilllllllllll!!llllllllllll!IIIIIIIH Make TENDER'S your Goi| Bade to School Headquartal Party Given at Galbraltfr— The Royal Neighbor club> met last week Tuesday at Mrsi Mary Guderiaa's, Gklbraith, 20 women attending. Bridge was the diversion, with Mrs. Ann Harvey winning high. Mrs. Selma Godfredson was low, and Mrs. Ruth Phillips won cut. Other~SocTety. Mrs. George Mahoney will' entertain the E. T. W. bridge club- tomorrow (Wednesday) at two-taibles. Edith Sabin Is Bride- Good Hope, Aug. 21 — Staurday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of the bridegroom's parents at WhUtemore took place the marriage of Edith Sabin to Rex. Swanson. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Winifield Carlysle, Clear Lake. The bride was gowmed in white silk chiffon over satin; her attendant, in teal blue satin. Both carried shower bouquets of asters. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin, was born and reared on the farm west of Algona now occupied by her parents, and was educated in the Algona high school. The bridegroom is the son KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ACTI Weekly Newspaper Founded in 1901. Entered as Second - Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under the Act of March 2, 1879. Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUBMTUBE, ETC. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO Vext to Upper Des Koines REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You. EVERY DOCTOR IN THIS COM- munity will tell you that his greatest problem is the collection' of his accounts. He has discovered tliat unpaid accounts on his books do not pay his rent or hia, grocery bills. >He must have cashi Give your doctor a fair breafc, Kossuth County Medical Society Humboldt County Fair MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY August 28,29,30 and 31 , MONDAY, AUG. 2S FeparaUon Daj; TUESDAY, AUG. 29 Children's Day All children's admitted Free A full program, both after- nooa and evening, of horse racing, vaudeville, dancing, baseball, etc. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30 Another day featuring some of the fastest racing In the middle west and a thrilling baseball game. Also vaudeville and big dance in the evening. THURSDAY, AUGUST 81 Thrill Day The afternoon is devoted to thrills by "Smoky" Harris and his gang of daredevils who smash, and crash automobiles ia every conceivable BACDTG DANCING BASEBALL THRILLS | Off they go, littler fellows and ^ ones; grade school; prep school, = and high school. Bring: your school H needs to us — we have a stock to S enable you to dress well for any S school. It takes quality to stand == school wear. They are all going back lib schooL Now isthe fame to choose from our huge stock ot boy» r and young men's clothing. We can outfit him from kindergarten to college, ft takes Duality to stand school knocks, soViri^your list to us for quality and value. 7 that are going back to School Your suit is here if you want .mart styl ^--careful ^iloring - exclusive fc ncs --unchallenged value; See the new °n «ngle-brea.te«l ' drape in blues, green 14-sa 19.50 2500 PANTS that are Going Back to School. These pants will stand the hard wear and hold a crease. Pleated models in all wool hard - finished fabrics 2.95 to 6.50 3HIRTS 'that-i*. are : Going tp Jackets O u ir; ;, handsome collection of Ar- JW ( and Marlboro,, will meet with your approval for school wear, Beautifully made,. fine fitting 1 .65 to 2.00 Others 98c SHOES that ' are Going Back to School. New full oxford with heavy crepe or leather soles in the; antique finish, by! John Million or Crosby Square 2.95 to 4.95 that are Going Back to School. Capeskin, suede, horsehide and pony These remarkable jackets stand rugged wear. A fine "buy" on the market lets us give a bie- ger value at 4,95 6.50 10.95 that are Qoi ng Back to School. 35c SOc J I ft&KXWfed^ Sweaters that are Going Back to You can find anything you L bere in good wearing attract^ colors. Green, wine, blue, t —zipper or button. Boys or, men 1,50 to 3,95 you go away to «chool luggage deartment for men *HS c *! ¥l *ly nwMtelwMdl te*» or *«•; e«, CilacUtonet, Overnight, or W ca«et. Excellent valuet, SENDER

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