Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1942 · Page 7
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1842. >Ppin» ^th——•—•••• % LOAN: «C ' '^A W*tf." >:, For All Purposes. KOSSUTH COUMTY ADVANCE, AL&(M; 'IOWA d . , a B. Quarton * H. W. Miller, \ ' * QUARTO* * MILLER I '•• not, * Uw Offices ! nd outi^MSt OfflM 417. lUddmc* 700 " cb "7®, UNMAN ft LYNCH back in % Attorneyi-at-Law lent on $ ice over*Kossuth Mut. Ins. ) ' " Bld." /, Iowa -Phone 261 ;onn«t;c:HAHllitHOTblf'> week offe, ort •to-wear. 'LOWE J. D. Lowe R. J. H. 440 tinued) HUT NEBS' At BBUNSON " Office in new Heise block Tm .** au / f Algona. Iowa J MA). Shumway VM E. D. Kelly H SHUMWAY fc KELLY Attorneyi-at-Law • Hutchison building ?tc (Joe EM M A , . Algona, low* :ore) : —-z- •th end t' I*, A, WINKEL ibrarj i- County rAttorney the iror-, Attorney-at-Law have tesMion building >' Phone 180 books an Poems HIRAM B. WHITE fe, Bred. Attorney-at-Law nts m Hutchison .building ' . " Algona. Iowa ieltons -i" 208 seen doczi - , >ve g» 6 r,iUTCHI90N (4MMMd) iemsehet>ONAU> C. HUTCHISON [berg hii |HEOpOBB,C. HUTCHISON d nacCl > Attofneyi-at-Law bldg. na. Iowa ' E C. McMAHON t-Law , i will lADIO Iowa will btzl •e of ling to your these [EFICK itirgeon |Drug Store 1 '" phom 328 Tung a vel is ;1 is, londays & •ee-minutef a at 8 if there is i|i e book os!T [TO M. D. " ician ith block Iowa PRESBYTERIAN AID, LAKOTA HAS ELECTION Lakota, Jan. 21 — Mesdames W. E. Gutknecht, William Schroeder, Jerry Ukena, R. L. Williams, Della Smith, Frank Schroeder, and Baxter were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid Thursday and served a 25c supper in the evening, clearing $23. All officers were re-elected. Mrs. W. E. Ley, president; Mrs. Gutknecht, vice; Mrs. Carl Gerzema, secretaty; Mrs. Andrew Jansen, assistant; Mrs. C. A. Winter, treasurer, (a position she has held ever since the society was organized). Mrs. Russell Winter had charge of devotions; Mrs. Charles 'Gutknecht sang a solo; and a girls trio from the high school sang with their music instructor as accompanist. Township Farm Bureau Meeti — A Ledyard township all-day Farm Bureau meeting was held Friday at J. H<. Holcomb's, 30 persons attending. A potluck dinner was served at noon, and the following program was given following a business meeting: Mr. Holcomb, devotions and the conduct of group singing; Mrs. Jerry Heetland, report on convention at Des Moines in November; male quartette, two songs; County Agent Brown, talk on convention, also on processing plant for drying skimmilk. Grote Spcaki at Blua Earth— The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote sent Thursday afternoon and evening at Blue Earth, where Mr. Grote gave a talk in the afternoon at a Methodist W. S. C. S. installation service, also the main address at a Methodist Men's Brotherhood meeting in the evening. The Rev. Edward Martin, pastor of the church, and his wife were classmates of the Grotes at an Evanston, 111., biblical institute. Lutheran Officers Named— The annual meeting of St. Paul's Lutheran church here was held recently. Officers were elected: elders, Mike Christ, Walter Sachs; secretary, Leonard Christ; treasurer, Carl Christ. Elaine Rahmstock was appointed organist; Mrs. Marie Weringa, church custodian. Two new members were added to the voting list. More Books for Library— • More new adult books have been added to the Seymour library: Saturday for Samuel, Le Brand; An American A. B. C., Petersham; Wings Around South America, Daigleish; Parachute Pup, Merwin; Hidden Wings Mystery, Gregg and Nancy Naylor; Air Pilot; Lansing. Lakotans at Ankeny Plant — . The Leslie Jensens have moved to Des Moines, where Leslie commutes to Ankeny and works in the new muntions plant there. Wayne Gardner, formerly Lakota, is also employed at the plant. Leslie was marshal here for several years. Scouts Gather Waste Paper— The Boy Scouts gathered waste paper all day Saturday and got three trailer-loads. They will collect again this week Saturday. The Rev, E. G. Sauer is scoutmaster; "Bud" Hanifan, assistant. Auto Stamps on Sale — Federal auto tax stamps went on sale at the Lakota' postoff ice last wefik Wednesday, with Walter Leslie, postmaster, in charge. ck." to these pjf. i'ay for !%•'' • weU-i4?ll ES McMahM f i y, was li| spital, tion perfe| He is rei" Ward is Si atten- lases, 'var- •leal; c of thelg Buck's [ for its ; now authors, her book! :he often , House Fightinf :omrnend«!j Scouts nocracy, No Road Mounts!*] ng Ranch Hurricane & Co., couver, lilder. ; of Ic id are systems, ,n librarsj i from ibrary ; lower i, and m peep jwer nation, , ation of *\ issuth THE WEEK'S NEWS AT BURT Tuesday, and husbands of members were guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman received a telegram Monday announcing birth of a son "to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Chipman, Rochester, N. Y. Myron is a son of the C. B. Chipmans. The Raymond Westlings, who had been living near Lu Verne, have moved to the A. C. Bernhard farm. The "399" club gave a farewell dinner at the Marvin hotel last week Wednesday evening for Mrs. Ronald Elvidge, who left Thursday evening for her home at Fort Knox, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba, Swea City, with the daughter Grace, were Sunday supper guests at Clifford Holding's. The George Manus family were Sunday dinner guests at Philip Puffer's, Corwith. Mrs. Walter Campney attended a girls' 4-H club meeting at Lotts Creek Saturday. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet at Mrs. Lewis Larsen's next Wednesday. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy will also be hostesses. Dr. J. C. Buthman, district superintendent, will hold the first quarterly conference of the year at the Methodist church Thursday evening. Next Sunday morning he will preach here. Mr. and Mrs. J; G. Sewick visited Sunday at their daughter Mrs. Kenneth May's, Emmetsburg. The Fortnightly club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. Carl Reynolds. Mrs. Maude Hanna was a 'Sunday dinner guest at Mrq. Tillie Hanna's, near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy, Mason City, spent the day with Dale's parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. C. B. Chipman went to Rochester Monday to get his son Richard, who had been in a hospital there a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schem- address consider lation, ' ears * the public fie AW*. I wo eater bldg. R«f. 788. |se bldg. MI.. 116 £ MUTUAL ATIOH of insur- company. son, Sec'y. URANCE SON B«al Eitato lends Phom 105 'ofth in E8TA.TE URANCE [BST ' • ' ' »!• Bk. low* • Household Insurance. The U and 1 Circle held its an- mel, Swea City, visited Sunday nual Jbanquet at L. N. Dittmer's at W. W. Boettcher's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibbeny are parents of a daughter, born Monday. The Wibbens now have three girls and a boy. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings, with the daughter Joan, visited at the daughter Mrs. John Van Hove's, Elmore, Sunday. Ruth Haase returned to Iowa City Friday, after having been at home a month. While here week-end with friends at Burnside. Vernon and Roberta Schmidt, Bode, spent the week-end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. An Auxiliary sewing meeting was held at Mrs. W. W. Boettch- ef's Tuesday. Wendell Hall has been having both the measles and chicken pox. The T. N. T. club met at Mrs. SWEA TOWNSHIP PAIR ANNOUNCE THEIR WEDDING Swea-Eagle Twp., Jan. 21— Maurine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linde, and Clyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Larson, have announced their marriage Saturday, December 13, at Princeton, Mo. They were accompanied by the bride's sister, Mrs. Walter Peterson Jr., Los Angeles, and brother Wallace. Both bride and groom are graduates of the Swea City high help her celebrate ter Helen returned Friday from! she fell seriously sick with meas-1 W. J. Lockwood's les. She is taking nurse's training. Mrs. $[. M. Chipman returned Sunday from Armstrong, where she had spent a few days with Mrs. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham, Algona, spent Saturday with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voight. LU VERNE GIRL IS MARRIED TO WEBSTER CITYAN home awaiting him and his bricle on their return from a short wedding trip. HEWLYWED SHOWERED. Burt, Jan. 21 — A post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Clifford F. Waltman, nee Lauretta Larsen, was given at the Marvin hotel Saturday, and a group of 20 women were hostesses. Some 120 per«** Lu Verne, Jan. 19 — Irene, daughter of Henry Geishecker, Waftntan were married 3 a became the bride of George, son! ago. of•, Mrs. Mary Shanley, Webster' City, in a ceremony at St. Joseph's Catholic church last week Monday to Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. Mr<! Albert M fl n,fc anJ 1 ^ ;«v, ' The Rev - Father Theobald offici- Mrs. Albert Manus_and daugh-; ated in a dou ble-ring ceremony, and the church choir furnished where they with Mrs. mother. The Woman's dub met Monday evening at Mrs. H. E. Ruch- wore white-slipper satin a gown 'of with import- CAN'T YOU SIEEP? If H Weren't tor hwirtburt "fullnes*" caused by IndlffMtlon, might get some rest! ADUA. Tabl contain (Bismuth and Cftfbonatei let! Mr quick, relief. Ask your drumltt fM> Tablets tomorrow. LU8BY ft 010881, D Mrs. Maude Hanna assisting, and the program topic was Recent Novels by Women. Mrs. B. K. Bahnson reviewed Of by Ruth C. Mr. and Mrs. L. C.'Williams, Welcome, Minn., visited from last Human Kindness, week Tuesday to Saturday at Mitchell their daughter Mrs. Don Mitch- MUcne11 ' ell's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taft, Swea City, and a son visited Sunday afternoon 'at H. E. The Missionary Maidens met I Saturday at their leader Lurena i Wessel's. i Raymond Grimes, Grundv Cen, ter, visited Sunday at Gerald •M,,. T TT e T- , . , Schafer's. He is a cousin of Mrs. Mrs. L. H. Schenck has been Schafer. time' The W. J. Lockwoods were haini.,-., '»t. Vu A1 £ ona> h ^, been . Lockwood's sister Mrs. L. M! helping with the housework. i Bonnstetter, Corwith. in honor of Florence Brown spent the Mrs. Lockwood's birthday LEDYARD HAPPENINGS at Deloris Mayne entertained, urday M^&. **?«* nate '' and0 other I George Hagge and Arthur Ziel- triends at her home Sunday ske were business visitors evening in honor of her 16th. Walnut Grove Saturday, birthday. Mrs. Frank Kelly was * " - -• hostess. Attending: Mary Margaret Kohlsted, Estherville; Phyllis Strand, Frances Yahnke, Lurraine Darnell, Marjorie Doocy, Beverly Furst, Ruth Priebe, Marjorie Mayer, Marjorie Gabel, John Matzener, Devere Smith, ed lace insets, fashioned colonial style, with a full skirt, long train, i and tight bodice with long! sleeves. Her floor-length veil of rose point was held in place by a bandeau of lace, and she carried a colonial bouquet of talisman roses. The bridal attendants were the brother-in-law and sister of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert. Mrs. Hilbert's gown was aqua-blue silk crepe, also fashioned colonial style, with white- flowered hat and she wore a corsage, of pink carnations. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Hilbert home west of Lu Verne, attended by relatives of the contracting parties. Mrs. Shanley, who taught in the Lu Verne schools three years, first attended State Teachers college, later took a course in beauty culture at Davenport, and for the last year had been associated with Mrs. Pearl Conoway, formerly Lu Verne, in the Dol-lay Mr. City's Shanley, who is Webster postmaster, had a new S* kSStfSSS™- „ I *s*£3£ ™K c & Jack McDonald's Sunday from the Buffalo Center hospital, I where he recently had an appendicitis operation. Mrs. J. R McNerney, Des Moines, came Sunday to help care for him The Methodist W. S. C. S. will Jerry and Jos. Doocy, Arden |meet at Mrs! Tice Brack's Thurs- Lloyd, Arden Anderson, Kenneth day at 2:30 p. m., and members Reese, Jos. Dyer, Lyle Priebe, Howard Nitz, Leon McCoy, and Dennis McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haag entertained guests from other states Sunday: Mrs. Stella' Oldenburg, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Edw. Giefer, Sumner, Wash.; Mrs. Harry Haulton, Maumee, O.; Mrs. 7:3 ,° P- un- attending are asked to take with them lunch boxes and guests. The Methodist junior choir rehearsals will be held at the Edw. Halvprson 'home Wednesday evening at 7:30. The adult choir j will practice at Mr. and Mrs Edw. Looft's on Thursday at Frank Hoefer, Lethhridge, in Canada. Jerry Haag, Sioux City, and the William Sneiders, Bancroft, were also there. The Merrymakers club met Thursday at Mrs. Arthur Zielske's, seven members attending, and showers were given for Mrs. Jack Krebsbach and Mrs. Alfred Kramersmeier. The Methodist choir held a bake sale Saturday at Brack's Briardale store. Children who have recovered _ from measles are: Judy' Rose- school. Mrs. Larson is bookkeep- j bor °. Joyce Nitz, Shirley and er at the Linde Allis Chalmers Sharon ' Mayne, Jackie Carpen- implement shop at Other Tjnfcntn The Ivan Everetts, Storm Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prigge, Rochester, Minn., were week-end guests of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar, and another daughter Mrs. Edward Knoner, Ledyard, with her family, spent Sunday there. Samuel Warburton, who has been sick a few weeks, was somewhat improved Monday, but still confined to bed most of the time. Mrs. F, C. Keister, Elmore, and her son Harold .spent Saturday^ and Sunday at the daughter Mrs. Harry Mussman's.. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and -Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith were Sunday visitors at Jerry Heetland's. Ernest Trasamar, who has been sick a few months, is now able to be up part of the time. BIRTHDAY PARTIES FOR CARL OSTWALD . Whittemore, Jan. 21— Carl Ostwald was taken by surprise Sunday evenins, when neighbors arrived to help him celebrate his 76th birthday, which was Monday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. mke, Mr and Mrs. 'Chris Meyer, son Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt ST., Mr. and Mrs. Dietrick Cordes, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald f Mrs. Pauline 'Gade, and the latter's ' grandson Raymond Meyer. The evening was spent, at cards, followed by a two-course lunch. The immediate families helped Mr. Ostwald celebrate again Monday evening, and attending were the Theodore Ostv/alds, the wilijarn Madspns. the Louis Wehrsoanns. the Werner Gnde's, the Elmer Ostwalds. the Ferdinand an<i William Ostwalds. all of Whittemore or the vicinity; the Onstav Bernjnehaus family, West Bend; and the" \ Timothy K1»ing. TTP,,. An will Swea City, Mr. Larson works at the Swea City Hatchery. Four-H Boys Meet— The Northwest Kossuth 4-H boys met at Lowell Larson's Saturday 18 members attending. Talks were given by Dale Anderson and Harold Swanson, and a demonstration on making rope halters was given by the club agent, Fay J. Meade. Lunch was served. Lindes Home From Coast—The Oscar, Lindes and Kenneth Anderson got home Saturday from a four weeks tour to California, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson took care of the Linde farm w,ork while they were away. Farewell for a Soldier— Ellis Jongberg entertained 20 young people at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg, Sunday night His pal, Erwin Halverson, who was honor guest, is leaving sometime this week for the army. Dinner for Prospective Soldier— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft had as Sunday dinner guests the William Sanders, Albert Johnson, and Walter Smith families. The dinner was in honor of Robert Sanders, who will soon leave for army service. Nutrition Lesson Given— The third follow-up lesson, on , nutrition for defense, was given Tuesday at Anna Erickson's in Swea township and Wednesday at Mrs. Lee Work's, Eagle township, Mrs. J. D. Clark Passes- Mrs. J. D. Clark, Eagle township, died Sunday after a short illness. For many years she had been a sufferer from asthma. . ' Other Swea-Eaele. June Larson, Clarksville, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Larson. She accompanied Neoma Hewett, Ce- ter. The Henry Ploegers visited Sunday at Enelebart Loseman's. Bernard Payne returned to St. Paul Thursday, after a few days at William Payne's and Lars, Skaar's. The Farm Bureau women met Friday at Mrs. Arthur Zielske's, Mrs. Howard Jenson in charge, and eight members present. A food demonstration given by Mrs. Jenson contributed to lunch. The women will meet Friday with Mrs. Lou Nitz. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green, and Mrs. William Green spent the week-end-at the Albert Collins home, Chicago. Bernard, son of William Payne, left Monday for San Diego, Calif, after enlisting in the marines. He had been employed as accountant for the Rock Island Lumber Co., St. Paul. Ledyard Methodist church, N. F. Grote, Pastor—Sunday school, 10:15 a. m.; morning worship, 11:15. Mrs. Raymon Barslcu has been sick with tonsilitis and under a doctor's care. Mrs. Orville Ruby, Bancroft, and her children helped Merrit Ploeger celebrate a birthday Sat- SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were supper guests at Raymond Worden's Sunday evening. DR, G. G, SHIERK PODIA THIS 7 (Foot SpficlaHst) Corns. Callouses. Hammer Toes. etc.. are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serioup trouble hy prompt attention Don't nppleof your feet. Hutchison Blrtp. . Algona Phone 250-W. How to Save That is the thought of the day. Fill up your car with VIKING REGULAR GAS, climb a steep hill, notice the better performance for less money. We buy direct from Refinery and sell direct to you. Viking Oil Co. Near Milwaukee Depot. Mrs. Essie McMahon, who had been visiting Chicago relatives, has returned. Her son Charles, who has been operating an electrical welding shop here, will leave soon for the army. The first quarterly conference of the Sexton Methodist church was held Monday at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise, Dr. J. C. Buthman, Algona, district / superintendent, in charge. The David McGregors, with Mrs. Frank German, Mt. Ayr, and the Oscar Hammonds, were __ recent supper guests of Mrs. j == Sarah Wise. i The Church Builders S. S.' class has started a contest, with Harold Hunt and Oscar Hamdar Rapids, who came to visit mond as opposing captains, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira ~ ' " " ~ " Hewett. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg, Mrs. Emil Larson, and the Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson represented the Bantist church at a District World^Service meeting at Humboldt last week Wednes- i Points are awarded for .Sunday school and church attendance, also for taking visitors to church and Sunday school. The sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students of the local school — which includes Donald day. Mr. and Mrs. Mavnard Jenson Neahring, Dean Thompson, Mary j HI Lou Hauptman, John Jensen, Marvin Thompson, Lorraine entertained the Bantist young .Green, and James Bahr—took remarried rnunlps" Sunday school, cent special examinations at Al- reeularlvt They pay dividends. Floyd Treat's. class last Thu^sdav nteht. and after a .prowarn and a social hour oyster soup was served. , Members of the Immanuel Lutheran Luther Leaeue met Thursday night at Adplph Ander-. son's.,...,- ; Mrs. Harold . H«»wett 'visited from last wMc Monday till Fri• dav at her <Vds»r Ranids sister's. Mr^ and Mrs. Glen Treat, Omaha, spent Friday and Saturday at gona. Tests for the lower grades were given at; the school here. The Martin Hinders family, oi Britt, were visitors at Mrs, Drusilla Noble's Sunday. Th,e Howard Masons and the Glen Francis family, Cprwith, were Sunday dinner guests at Dale Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Krieps, with a daughter, caljed on Edward Arend, St. Benedict, Sunday evening. 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