Larson, Anna Christina Johnson Obit Kossuth County Advance (Algona, Iowa) 5 March 1942

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Larson, Anna Christina Johnson Obit
Kossuth County Advance (Algona, Iowa) 5 March 1942 - PAGE TWO KOQSUTH COtlNTY Ex-Irvington Woman...
PAGE TWO KOQSUTH COtlNTY Ex-Irvington Woman Dies in Minnesota FUNERAL HELD FOR DAUGHTER OF PIONEERS Irvington, Mar, 4—Mrs. Rome Robison and Mrs. Cornelius Larson Larson came home Sunday from Lake Park, Minn., where they had gone to attend funeral services services for their sister, Mrs. Edward Edward Larson, who died at her farm home near that town after i a long sickness. The services were held Friday afternoon. Mrs. Larson's maiden name was Anna Christina Johnson, and she was born May 20, 1885, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August August Johnson, at Akron, O. The family moved to this vicinity in 1886 and located on a farm southeast of Algona. In August, 1916, Miss Johnson went to Lake Park to keep house for her brother William, who was farming there, and two years later, December 17, 1918, she was married. The Larsons had lived there ever since. Survivors are Mr. Larson and two children, Milford and Arlene, Arlene, both at home; one other sister and two brothers: Mrs. Harry Winkie, Algona, and Geo. Johnson, both on the home farm, and William, of Lake Park. The deceased was well known to many people here. | WEEK'S BANCROFT BRIEFS Louise Wolf left last Thursday I was spent at games, and for a visit with Cadet Rolin Haupert served lunch. Mrs. Steinmetz at the, U. S. military academy at West Point. Mrs. William Sandt, of Sherburn, Sherburn, Minn., and her daughter Phyllis spent Monday at Mrs. Sandt's brother A. J. Renger-'s. Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Chicago, and her son Billy arrived Saturday Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Nelson's Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyne. ' . The Emil Stoffels, Algona, spent Sunday at F. J. Kramer's. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy and Mrs. Jean Wolf spent Wednesday and Thursday at Minneapolis on a business mission. mission. Mrs. Raymond Schiltz and a son left Tuesday for Long Beach, Calif., after a long visit at the P. J. Schiltz home. Deloris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haupert, entertained The John Minn, have Welps, Janesville, moved to Bancroft, Dolly Holgate, of Livermore, spent Friday with Bancroft friends. Her former club mem- , .,„.. .„ bers entertained for her at Mrs. and have the house the Joseph A. H. Deitering's. Miss Holgate, Whites vacated. Mr. Welp now housekeeper for the late Bernard works for his father, F. J. Welp. Brink, is now housekeeper at the - - - Catholic parsonage, Livermore. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Allan Carr, has returned from Des Moines, where he completed a course in an air school, and The Marion Caldwells, of Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at John Schneider's Jr. Dennis Herbers is now employed employed at the Merrill Bros, grocery. The F. N. Thies family has Monday he left for Long Beach, moved to a new home at Ti-1 Calif., to work in an aircraft fac- tonka, and the Martin Bleichs, Titonka, have the Thies house here. Mrs. Thies now operates the Titonka creamery, and Mr. Bleich is new creamery man here. Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hellman, had his appendix' removed Saturday at the Kossuth Kossuth hospital. Wilma Augustine, Bertha Vaske, Vaske, Mrs. La Conte, and her tory. The Victor Applegates have moved to Corwith from the Jas. Doocy farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Fangman, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lensing, and the Marvin Vaskes spent Sunday at Remsen, also visited at Edw. Schemmel's, Matlock. The Legion post honored F. N. Thies with a farewell oyster stew and party-Monday evening daughter Deloris spent Sunday I at the Legion rooms. Mr. Thies a group of girls Sunday in honor: with Miss Augustine's parents at i was presented with a pen of her birthday. The afternoon j Whittemore. | pencil set. and MANY FARMERS AT BURT AMONG MARCH MOVERS PORTLAND WOMEN IN SHOWER FOR MRS. DOYLE MTARLAND Portland Twp., Mar. 2 — Mrs. j Fitch, Ranney Doyle McFarland was honored at. Wolf, Charles of as a shower Friday at Mrs. Wayne Keith's. Games were in charge Whorter, ani Martin Becker. Six Win Card Prizes— L. F. ™ * r-j j Pu^tz, ^Edward Wa C. Scott, Ray Mc-

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