Curran, Harry (father of Harold Curran married to Florence Robison) Kossuth County Advance (Algona, Iowa) 20 September 1934

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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY Harry Curran, Ex-Kossuth Farmer; Dies FINAL RITES HELD FRIDAY AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Sept. 18—Funeral services services for Harry Curran, 42, of Nay ,Tah Wauch, Minn., were held here Friday afternoon -with the Rev. A. .English officiating. Mrs. Casey JLoss sang, The City Four Square, and Beautiful Isle of Somewhere, pall hearers were Herman Warmbier, Warmbier, Bert Sankey, Fred Miller, Ar- .ron Stuessy, Armour Lemkee and Max Kalen. Mr. Curran died of an apoplectic stroke at a CCC camp, Big Elbow, JVIinn., where he had been employ,ed employ,ed for some time, a week ago Mon- .day. The body arrived here Thurs- .day. The report that death was •caused by an accident at camp was unfounded. Mr. Curran is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Curran, formerly of Lu .Verne, now of Nay Tan Wauch. He ,was born October 27, 1891, and ,was married to Bernice, oldest .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. But- .terfield, in March, 1911. Fifteen children were born, one of whom is dead. The others are ,Ruby and Edith, of Forest City; Mrs. Sylvia McDougal, of International International Falls, Minn.; Archie, of Bena,.Minn; Wilford, Sarah Alice, Mary Jane, Permilla Dean, Raymound, Raymound, Maud, Barbara, Mabel, Harry, Harry, and Walter Roy, all at home. Besides his wife and children Mr. Curran is survived by his parents, ,four sisters, and a brother: Mrs. FENTON GIRL TO COLLEGE FORTHE DEAF Fenton, Sept. 19—Iva, daughter of Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, returned a week ago Saturday from a week at Council Bluffs, and was accompanied accompanied here by Eugene McConnell and Connie Osborne, Council Bluffs, ,Tom Clement, HeUingerT' N. "D°' i who remaln ed till Sunday evening. 31rs. Claude Whitehill, Bancroft; ' Mis s Weisbrod left Friday for Chi- PORTLAND PARAGRAPHS Grover Fairbanks left for Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday to attend attend Coe college. The Progressive club will meet at Mrs. A. A. Godfredson's this week Thursday, Mesdames S. M. Peterson, John Schneider, Henry Smith, and E. B. Dittmer assisting. The George Larsens, the Henry Andersons, the C. E. Slgsbees, and the Wyott Stotts attended the Spencer fair Friday. The Russell and Samuel Shiplers, Delma Henderson, Henderson, Beulah and Lauretta Larson, Larson, and Gordon and Howard Slgs- attended Saturday. The 4-H girls club will meet at Ellis Jain's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harsh, Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio, who are visiting relatives relatives here, were recent dinner guests at Edward Harsh's. J. P. Trunkhill spent from last TEACHERS ARE GUESTS AT LU VERNEPARTY Lu Verne, Sept. 18—The teach ers' reception sponsored by the three woman's clubs at the gym Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee attend- nasium Friday evening was attend ed the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. ed by more than 100 people. After Charles Dittmer, Saturday at Burt. the group had assembled the fol Evelyn Blerstedt, Mrs. Ray Bier- lowing program was given: stedt, and the latter's son spent last Music, string trio, Ervin and Or- week Tuesday to Saturday at Philip, Philip, S. D. Luther Fairbanks came home Saturday Saturday from Kansas City, where he had been at an army aviation camp two weeks. The J. P. Trunkhllls drove to Mason City Saturday, and Iva made arrangements to attend the Hamilton Hamilton business college. week Wednesday at C. bee's. E. Sigs- ville Ramus, Willie Hoepner. Welcome, the Rev. David Lang. Piano solo, Mrs. Ray Stone. Reading, Mrs. Harold Phillips. Musical playette, Courting Peggy Luther Fairbanks received 1000 sheep from Montana Sunday to feed three months. Donald Ringsdorf and Dick Bray- ' Jane, by Mesdames ~Chas Wolf'Ti" ton drove to Marble Rock Sunday to onel Eustace, and Max Block, get Viva Brayton, who had spent a ' Then the new teachers and Mrs week with relatives. Fred Graham were initiated! Supt Evans presided at a' mock trial seminary as a junior high school with Princ 'P al Fred Graham acting student preparing for the Lutheran * s Prosecuting attorney, and Ruth ministry. Merlin, son of Mr. and Smith as bailiff. Mrs. Robert Wegener, Fairville is p °H°wing the trial the new also there. ' .teachers were welcomed in an in- I formal reception. Punch and waf- Sine;s at S. S. Convention— ers were served for refreshments Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod attended aL , ,* , I « v, . county S. S. convention at Lu Sp l vlccs Monday for Mrs. Davis— Verne last week Wednesday and' Funer , al services for Mrs. P. G sang a solo. There was an all-day D f vl V2 r S e ! r . 1IjU I 6 ™ 6 restideAnt program and large attendance' who died Fridav afternoon at Al- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs J T S°na, were held at the Methodist Snyder accompanied her. Fenton Men's Cousin Dies- church here Monday afternoon with the Rev. C. V. Hulse, of Algona Algona officiating. The Rev. Wm Mrs. Charles Clement, Algona; Mrs'. -Roy Guy, of Lu Verne; and Melvin Curran. The Currans spent their early •married life around here and at Lu ,Verne. Later they moved to Wau- cago for the world's fair, and thence goes to Washington, D. C., for her third year at the Gallaudet college for the deaf. She has a four year scholarship there, awarded awarded at the school for the deaf at r*^n««:i T>ii.rc.~ was converted in evangelis- by Miss Methodist IV. F. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at the church last Thursday, Mrs. George Newel in charge of devotionals. devotionals. Gifts were brought by members to be sent to a foreign nn fw Maien, at Wallingford, in 1929. A service at the Laird adn Cullough chapel in Algona ceeded the one at Irvington. Mc- pre- Mrs. William Weisbrod received Eaddeley assisted in the service, a telegram Monday announcing the and music was furnished by a death of Mrs. Christina Adolph", of Quartet composed of Mrs. Harry San Jose, Calif., cousin of Philip, Lichty, Mrs. John Voss Jr., Flor- William, and Mike Weisbrod, re- ence Thompson, and Mrs. Ray membered by many Fenton people. Stone. Mrs. Davis had lived for Daughter for Kenneth Coons- many years at their farm southwest of Lu Verne, where Mr. Davis died Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coon are in 1329 - On e daughter, Mrs. Hnzel parents of an 8-lb. daughter, Pat- Barnes, of Pierre, S. D., and two ricia Sue, born last week Wednes- , sons . George, of Livermore, and day. Mrs. Coon, formerly Florence j William, Lu Verne, survive. Grerhmels, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gremmels. Festival Attracts Crowds- More than 300 were present Sun- New Parochial Teacher Here— i dav morning when the Rev. E. Gerhard Wiebel, Lowden, came , of Lotts Creek, preached at Saturday to teach the local Luther- tlle Mission Festival at the Luan Luan school. He is married and has theran church. School children fur- a three year old son. The family nished special music at noon and j. of of ,o

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