The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1946 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 1, 1946
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Mfi, Bjuatrom To Be Hostess, Oct. 10, Foiif Corners Club 1 Foui' Corners: The Fouf Cor ners Mothers and Daughters' club ' •Will meet on October 10.'at the home of Grace. Bjustrbm with . Irene Bjustrom assisting. Song, Cluto Song; roll call; Paper, Pioneer in Alaska,"by Clara Drayton; and a poem by Ann Muller. Withams Are Hosis Mr. and'Mrs. Everett Witham Were hosts .to a number of relatives a week ago Sunday in honor of the Witham daughter and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. Raymond IGreen ahd baby ' of Reseda, iCalif, It was also for Mrs. •Green's birthday, which was on Tuesday, Guests were Mr. and 'Mrs. Ray Smith, Glenn and Wal- 'ter, Lou Lo.wman, Algona; Mr. and Mrs, Howard Witham and :three grandchildren, children of Ralph Witham; Mrs. Jesse rRqyce, Algona; Mrs. Hattie : Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vining and daughter (Harriet; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Heltriers; Mr.,and Mrs. Louis Lowman, Iris and Doug, Fenton; Mir, drid Mrs. Herbert : Wallace and Karen Kay, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ldwman. and children, Sexton; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green of Roscda, Calif. ' Mrs. Herman Lindeman.was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich' Thursday afternoon.' i Mrs. Nettie Rich has beert spending some time this past , week with relatives in Waterloo. Mri and Mrs. Louis LoWman and son Douglas of Fenton were •Fh'iday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham. • Neighbors and friends last Saturday filled the silo of, Edward "•Rich. Helpers were George Lee Joh nSabin,' Otto Harlan, Ever- ett Wilham, Leo Sabin, Arthur Cruikshank, John McNeil, 1 Vern Walker, and Phil'Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green left last Sunday for a Visit with the Witham's daughter and family, Mir. and Mrs. Ben Sloter at Troy Grove, 111. Mrs. Green and Mrs. Sloter, sisters, had not seen each other for eight years. The visitors returned home on Tuesday morning. ' '• ' iHdmeg •ii iiirum i iifnl niBiftiW. •iMtm^Aaa^HIMflMriy ESTABLISHED 1865 -•••-«- --:-•'-—- - - " ..-._....-. -. ALGONAj IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1946. Second Section VOL. 81—NO. 39 RECORDS AVAILABLE THIS WEEK POPULAR "Surrender"— Perry Como or Woofly Herman . "Rumors Arc Flyinff"—Frankic Carlo "Begin the Bcfriiiiic" — Frank Sinatra or Russ Case "I'm a Blit Girl Now" — Ray McKinlcy / "Down the Road a Piece"—Ray McKinjcy; "In the Land of the Buffalo Nickel"—Ray McKlnley "I Guess I'll Get th'e Papers and Go Home"—Les Brown "On the Board Walk" — The Charioteers Kossuth Radio (In Prati Electric), MRS.KOPPENOF LAKOtA, SEPT.25 Lakbta:, Funeral services" were, held Wednesday, Sept. 25,'at the home and at the Methodist church in Lakota..for Mrs. Otto Koppen, whor passed away Sept. 22 at Mercy hospital in Mason City following a few days' illness. The Rev. Harvey Nelson of Sibley, a former pastor of the church here* conducted the services. . A loud speaker system .was set Up in the 'basement of the ctiurch to accommodate the overflow crowd; A quartette, I. E. Wbrtman, Jerry Ukeha, Jerry Hcetland and George Ennen, accompanied by Mrs. Ukena, sang Rock of Ages and Jesus Pilot Me, Pallbearers were Irvin Koppen, Arnold Becker, Harold Gingrich, Harold Koppen, Ferdinand Koppen and Adolph Friest Jr. Interment was in Maple Hill cemetery, Lakota. Edna Pearle Smith was born December 30, 1884, at Mt. Auburn, la., to the late A. Q. Smith' and wife and passed away at Mason Gity September 22 at the age of 61 ye^rs, eight months and 22 days. .In 1895-.she came to Kossuth county with her .parents, arid lived on the farm seven miles southeast of town until h)- marriage 1 to : Otto Koppen December Si, 1910 at Germariia, now Lakota. They lived on farms near here until January, • 1946, when they moved to, their present home Mn Lakota. They became parents of a daughter Sylvia, Mrs. Edward Hagge, and four sons Orville; Howard, Wayne and Clyde, who died in infancy. Besides the ..children she also leaves to mourn her passing, har husband and three g randchildren, also Kathryn ecker, who has made her home with the Koppens for the past 11 years; 2 sisters, Mrs. C. H. Gleiter, Toronto, S. D.; and Mrs. R. C. Farrington, Cedar Falls; a half sister, Mrs. Robert -Clemens, The Delles, Ore.; a half brother, Emory Smith -and her stepmother, Mrs. Emma ..Smith, ;Lakota; a sister, Mrs. - Blanche Julius preceded her in death several years ago. Mrs. Koppen united: with the Methodist church of. Lakota, Apr. j 16, 1922, and has been an active and faithful . niember of the' church and Woman's Society un-' til the day of her passing. Flow r ers, scrap bopks ahd poetry were her hobbies. She was a great lover of flowers and her passing is a'great .loss to her church and t#on«nujiity^<#s€'she*-had* teent a faithful Sunday school teacher for many years and was on the invitation ' committee for the coming Celebration of the 50th anniversary.: of the Lakota' 1 church, which date has been set for later. . •••';'. '.-••• ', Out of town relatives 'who attended the funeral were:- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Farrington, Cedar Falls,, and daughter Laura Mae; Mrs. G. H. .Gleiter. and > Irvin of Menno.vS. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer- Davft .Plymouth". la., arid .son Robert; Mr. and .Mrs. .Adolph Friest,, Clear Lake; Mr: and^Mrs. Earn Julius', AJorris, Minn.; Joe Koppen, daughter . EleSnor "*and Vivian Dutton,. Livermore; Mr.' and Mrs. Wayne Keriyon, Buffalo Center;' Mil's. Ray Wall, Guthrie Center; Mr. and Jlfos, Howard 'Gruver, .Hampton^, and Mr, and Mrs. Everett Griner, Dumont, la.-f Mrs. Joe 'Jenks and father, Mr. Marquis bf.Ledyard,; Daughter for Leys • ' A six-pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs,~^V. D Lev at the Buffalo Center hospital Sept, 25. She has been named' Carolyn Lucile.. The Leys also have a son, David. ' • Shower for Latah Telkamp ,. • A pre-nuptial shower was given, at the. Ed Telkamps Thursday afternoon honoring Lavon Telk^mp, Who will be married In Algona October 19 to Norman Helmke df Rertwick, About 35 1'elatiVes and friends were pres- ent, among them toeing several! Rippenlrops with a family din- , from Renwick, Burl, and .Algona. The honoree received many gifts. twins Celebrate Birthday The Mesdames Alvin Rippentrop and Cort Rippentrop celebrated their 'birthday ,at the Cort ner last week Sunday. They arc two daughters Idah and Adah of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Telkamp. Jane Steenhard visitqd a few Hays last week with. heY parents, JMh and Mrs. John Sleenhard and other relatives. Jane is employed in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Theisen returned home last week Wednes- dny from a visit with Mr. Theisen's brother John of Erwin, S. D., whom he had not .seen in 34 years. Mr. and Mrs. John Minor and daughter of Spring Valley, Minn., visited last week with Mrs. Minor's - sisters, the Mesdames Henry Olthoff, Vance Lester, Lakota, and Jasper' Steenhard and their families. Richan-d Garrett and wife re- j drainage work. cently moved here from Faribault, Minn., and are living in rooms in Mrs. George Altiier'S house. Richard is working with his father, Carl Garrett, anol brother Gene in Kossuth county George's Special CHICKEN or RIBS ; Algonquin INDIAN STYLE GEORGE'S CAFE Where (Joed Fdod & Good Fellowship,Meet ' Mead's 75c DEXTRI MALTOSE S. M. A. 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