SECOND SECTION #*'•• fviAi Igona ». t Richard Newton Rites Friday Gjly-*Fuheral services *d Newtoft; 78, who was y stricken while acting as oft judge on June 7, were' June ll at the Swea City Methodist church. Mr. Newton, Whd was widely known itt northwest Kossuth, had been proml* nent-in township 'affairs for. 43 years. % - - T * tin a l,? n , e », 24 ' 1869 ' at Wilton, Yorkshire, England, and Was the oldest of nine sons. Baptized and confirmed In the Epis- -copalian church, he attended an Episcopalian preparatory school for boys. In/ 1885 the family came to America, settling in Franklin county, Iowa, >• On January 8, 1696. Mr. Nawton was married to Lena Dorotha Franke at-, South Wayne, Wls., and in 19Q5 the family moved to the Chubb farm in Grant township, part of a large tract of land owned by an old Algona , family and one which Was a historic landmark. On this place he lived for 30>years until the. death of his wife in 1935. Since "that lime he and his son-in-law, Oscar Swanson, had farmed together on ' Hie Lmdblom farm on Goose Lake in Eagle township. It Was at the Burt lake school east of his home that Mr., Newton became ill Monday 'evening while acting on the election board. Taki e i n j° i i Fairm °nt hospital, he lived only a few hours. ..Surviving are two daughters, •Mrs. Oscar Swanson (Viola) of Armstrong, and Eunice Newton, former army nurse now on duty at Veterans' hospital, Des Moines. Mr Newton's only son, Edwnrd Richard, died , in 1918 and his only grandson died two years ago. One granddaughter, Lenagene Swanson, survives, and there are three brothers and one sister living. Five of Mr. Newton's brothers preceded' him in' death. Those living are: Arthur, , Ea st Chain, Minn., Charles, Tyler, Minn., and Louis, Iowa Falls. There is- one sister, Mrs. Maggie Jacques of Alden, Iowa. Services at fcie home 'and at the church were, conducted by the Rev. S. H. Hammer - of the Swea City chur.ch, and -Rev.- Gngspy, former, Armstrong*' pastor now aMnwood.' Members of Lodg? ^ No., .600, A. F. and A. Mi were. ip chfr,ge>.'0f Masonip^tes. assisted -by-^Mfesehfa-tiveg otM> Jpdge atvArjnstrbnlr, * Pdllbeai-efs-' wefe -NV E. Ldoft^rlilsti'6«I^lhd> £r r?d »F e ^ 8 . g ? en> • %/.?;» Peterson, \ym.s Mather, Joe Hyjer and Forrest Hanifan, Sr.,, all of Swea City. Mrs. Dean Swanson sang a solo, and duets were sung by Mrs. Swanson and • Mrs, S. H. Hammer. J. Iva Loats was at .the organ. Curtis Funeral home was in charge of > arrangements. Burial was made, beside the graves of Mr. Newton's wife and soft m Harrison^ township cemetery. LuVerne Society Awards An Honor LuV«rn£-Thq' regula/ meeting of the LuVerne Cemetery Sodetj was held at the town hall Thursday afternoon, June 10, Then • was a good attendance, Hostesse: were Stesdames Karl • Schipull John Ruger, Helena Stripling as siste4 by Mrs. Margaret Byson. The business meeting was ir chargd of the president, Mrs , Elsie Steussy and much business was taken care of. ' Mr3. H. E. Peitzkp who is Jeav ing LuVerne, was presented with * a gift from the soniety. She nat been ,an active member pf the so clety for 35 years and'served a 1 treasurer for- mativ vpars. The\ accepted her resignation on Jiw 1 and Mrs, PhJl C, Lichtv ha* been appointed to serve as treasurer. < - ~ , The next meeting will be Thursday, July 8 with Mrs. Elsie Steussy and Mrs. Martha Schneid; er as hostesses, v i- • • . • . • , . \ : Band Mothers At 5 LuVerne Instqll ..' LuVerne m The SiBiid Mothers sclubjrwst at the hqme of ttie're- . tiplng- president Mrs,- Frsnj(^gan- fow} Tuesday evening with ?2 ; present, At the bi^giness meeting we new president, ^rg/Hermsn asgumed her. nev 4"^ ies the new, vice' president 1 Sr^tJ? 1 } 1111 ^. secretary, Mrs. Hugh Shirk, and freSsttter, Mrs, Harold Sorehsow, The how plaque the high school music department was awarded fof first in state was shown, .The club voted to purchase pihi for the winners at the contest held in Bodne. , - " The hostesses. were, the -Mes dames Archte Sanford, Keli -Jensen, Van Hansen and Cecil Jolliffe after which the club ad-- journed for the sunjmef months. Mar jorie Qsborne/ Honored/ Shower Lone Rock—A miscellaneous shower was .hold Tuesday afternoon, June 8, at the Seneca gymnasium, in honor of Miss Marjorie Osborn, daughter, of Mr. ind Mrt. Chas. Osborn of Seneca. Mrs, Alice SaxtOn of • Fenton began the program by the history of the bride-to-be, with Jeanne fiM Delores Wilberg singing .a .duet, "Put on Your Wedding Gown and Pearls", followed by a reading "Husband Conserve" by Mrs. Otto Wilberg of Fonto'n. and endinti with a solb "Always" by Mrs. Milton. Mariioon. • Mrs. Cle- Mi<* Miioller- ^Whiftemoro and Miss Jeanne Wilberg helped Marjorie open the • many• lovely gi'f is. Lunch was served to around 50 guests by'the->fo11owinr*-.hoste,<w!s: Mrs. John Scott of Hurt, .Mrs. 0,ttd Wilberg of Fcntpn,.Mrs.' Roy Osborn. Mrs. John Munch of Fen- toii, Mrs. rLavvrence Saxton. Mrs. Alice Saxtoh,: Mrs. Cecil: Bailey, all of Fenton, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Bill Richmond >f Armstrong and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl ,of Fenton. .•'••' > • • •• •: Swea CHyans Figure In TwoWeddings, Recently Swea Gityans were recent pTihcfpatoiri; two wed- 'difigs. William >B6land Jr., son bf Mr. and Mrs", Wm. Boland.was hiarrldd at Ddws, bn ( May 26 to Vivian- Hafefcy' daughter df Mr; ahd Mrs. JessevHage'A/ of Dows. Alvin JR. Beck, sift '61'Mts, Gertrude Beck, was mafWdd to Dorothy; M/BleiCh, 'dSflghfe? of Mr. and Mrs. Herman' .Bieich of Al- goniJ, on Junfe 2 at Rlceville. The 1 Boland cotlple wa's married in tho Methodist church at Dows by the Rev. T. Ernest Hoqn, Norma Jc£h Bbland, the bridegroom's sister, was maid-of- honor, The matroh of honor was Mrs. Glen- Rya'n, doilsih of the brider Janice Hage'nV a niece, was flower girl; • v ; Groomsmen were Allyh Hagert. brother of the bride, and Richard, Newell, Fort Dodge. Usher:! .were Leo DUrant and Ben Cunningham of Forest City. Following" the ceremony a reception for 85 was held in the church dining hall, , ,' The bride is a; graduate of the Alexander high school; attended Iowa State Teachers college and was graduated /from, Hamilton School of. Comrryoro's, in Mason City. She J<reiWp'J.qy.pd..: in .Cedar Falls. The bridegrbo'm is a graduate of the Fflre-si. 'City, high school,, attended >Iow"4 'State college . and : Waldorf. college, and served three yeaMi 'With the marines in the Pacific Itheater 'Of war.' , He 'will • ! moti$ summer school at Iowa •State] Teachers college in Ce;dar Fa,lls; where the couple reside at 2420 WalftUt street Alvin Seek and his bride chbie the Congregational parsonage/at Riceville' for the scene of thfeir wedding, with the Rev. W, A Bohi, former Swea City pastor, performing the ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Beck. Luncheon was served by Mrs. Bohi following the cere- jmony. Alvin is studying at tip,per Iowa University at Fayette, flaking a pre-medical course. Me (served in the army following ^graduation from the Swea City |high school. Tile couple will live dn Lakota during the summer and (Will make their home at Fayette jduring the school year. Swea Legion Remodeling Swea City—Extensive «6> •< pairs on the Legion hall are nearing completion, and the building, one s of the first '.111 1 Swea City, is scarcely resog* nizable, ;• The stairway leading to the second floor has been reversed, the space, formerly above ihe stairway is now enclosed^ as a small card room, and the old kitchen at the back haft entirely disappeared. Instead! what was once, a dingy coal bin is now a spotless moderri; kitchen, with gas range, built-in cupboards, linoleum- topped work tables, .white sink and plenty of storage cupboards for dishes, There , is even an alcove for coats in tho k'tchen. . The new basement contains an ojl furnace and toilet. Oh the first floor,, besides the kitchen, is an entrance hajl arid a large assembly, room, with a small storage closet at' the front. This assembly loom will be available for various- groups who may wish to rent Fisher Post No. 14 is one of the first Legion posts in the 4 state, and soon after World War I they obtained the use of the building, which Was then ihe city hall, under a 99- year grant from the town. Post officers .point proudly to the fact that the entire cost of iho remodeling Was raised by the post itself, Without debt or outside help. Swea City Legionnaires and their families now have a meeting place and recreation facilities of which they can well be proud. Barbara Wolf, A Former Resident Of LuVerne, Weds ' LuVerne—Miss Barbara Wolf. Denver, Colo., oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf of ,Fort Dodge, and Jack Absher also of Denver, were married Tuesday, June 8, at 5 p. m. in the horhe of the bride's parents in Fort Dodgei, The Rev. Ad, Schwidder t pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, officiated at the private ceremony. The bride's father gave her in marriage. The bride's ensemble was a gray check gabafdine suit with which she wore white accessories and wore a corsage of red roses. • Mr. and Mrs. George Siefert of Humboldt were the attendants, and Mrs. Siefert sang "Oh Prom- ise Me" for the eeYemony, Guests at the wedding included the reU atives and closest friends of the couple. Immediately after the ceremony dinner Was served at Wraywood. The bridal couple left for the groom's home in Marshall, Mo,, where they will visit his mother and family. After which they will go to the southern part of Colorado and Utah for the rest of their wedding trip. t » ' * a. ' Tt i Mr. SHd Mi?s, ft their home in Dli both are employ*! works at IHe Kd,_, and Mf .• AJJstfe* ,¥ _.„ the Hay Jones WasHlftg company. ' < , , - * Mrs. Abshef was.,taotn aft<ff! ed mos't of'hte Bfe'itt'iar wten her patents folded'! vicinity. < ' I ,>'<• WANT NEW THE \ UP! istoa •:'( 'it ^7^&^'^fp^CO:-l^Al^6^AjO^A/. 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