Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1942 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1942
Page 10
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COtlNTY ADVJ ALOONA, IOWA Lyle Runchey is Married- Genevieve, daughter of and Mrs. Clem Mandman, Mr. Dubuque, became the bride of Lyle \\T «<««. _* TVT— _ _ J UTi ^TT'11 • I ley—attended a fifth anniversary observance of the Pocahontas club Sunday evening at a Poca—,—, ~, ..^ „._ »-».«,. wj. ^. } f. ihontas hotel. The event opened W., son of Mr. and Mrs. William ' with a 6:30 banquet, a program Runchey, West Bend, in a quiet! following. Wa-Tan-Yans from ceremony at 4:30 last Week Wed- Sac City were also euest* ' nesday afternoon at the Sacred! ' " ~" : Heart rectory, Dubilque. The Surprise for Mrs. Waller— i Rev. Wilfred Kress, assistant pas- Mrs. R. B. Waller was honor- tor of the Sacred Heart church ee at a surprise shower Tyesd.iy there, read the nuptial service. The couple was unattended. The bride was attired in a hunter's green costume suitt with mink trim and brown accessories. She wore a shoulder corsage of yellow roses. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner for members of the immediate families was served at the Kretz Cafeteria. Upon return from a wedding trip to Chicago, the newlyweds will live on a farm two miles north and five miles east of West Bend. The bride, a graduate of the Immaculate Conception Academy and Bayless business college, was employed as a secretary at the International Harvester company, Dubuque. Mr. Runchey is a graduate of Morningside college, at Sioux Citv. church will meet lit Mrs. G. F. f were ia charge and gave iafws Tnwrw's Friday afternoon to do I mation learned at training Red Cross sewing, j schools oft fted and nutrition. The Baptist Sunday school, hoine canning, and * varied food council met Tuesday evening at supply for year-around meals, the parsonage with 14 present •'" ' ~ tti* • i^ »ft ^tfj^t4 VFjMMtA— rmxtf a* won jnoin^«"» Mr. and Mr*. Edward Wolf entertained neighbors at seven' ta- 500 last week Thursday CMS TOILLION, LU VERNE FARMER, DIES next meeting will be at Ruth .. John's. Gertrude Kuecker is reporter. Betty J§archeTVas hostess Sat* | urday to the Union Alethean 4« H club. Seven members attend-, ed: Patty Mittag, Lois Gardheif, Shirley Harvey, Dorothy and Gisch, and Betty nnd Let- bles of 5W last wee* Thursday!™"" «'*«>>?"««*»£ «'^« * JCl " I evening. The high prizes went'yt Sarchei Hazel Jenklnson was to Mrs. Ted Rimtsdorf and Claude «*««•*• Jalks were given , by ] .. . ..K Dell Fitch?Shirley Harvey, 1 Weber. Mrs. Weber'and Patty Mittag. and David also- wen a prize. evening at her home. Eit-vcn : guests were present, and the evening was spwnt socially. The guests were Helen Chubb. June Ccrey. Shirley Vinson. and Mes- dair.es R. J. Xj.wy Dennis Pratt. 1 Wesley Hardy, Herman Mcore. Deimar Ciootort. HarSan Sic?.boe. and Lloyd Pratt. ' "" Four-H Girts B«r Victrola— ! Tho Portland Peppy Pals will Chirks T^lLien S3 w**ll mcet Sa*«rday, January 24. with Ln.u-to u>,uu,n. NJ. «*u rx^,^ and Betty Stewart. They known m soutnsast Kc«?uth. dura ha>v purchased a new Victrola Friday of pr.euir.ciua. and funeral arxi wiu start {heir music pro , services werv convicted Mcnday at the Sacred Heart Catholic church. Eagle Grove, where the " " ~ the re- «VtlU JL *»»»,» £•-«*« ttl^t >.HUtlV.W *>, *!.*•• ed nt a recent recreation school j were played, and lunch was scrv- , quiern ramo<fr ° TRINITY TO INSTALL. Installation .of officers will w t {h j^ Lutheran next Sunday morning's . be Party for F.mmetsburgers— Mr. an,i Mrs. M. J. Streit will entertain a group from Emmetsburg a: s^ver. c'cl^cs dinner this evening. Gaes-s \vil! t-e Mrs, W. H. Mcriinf. Milton Morling. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morling. Mrs. M:ir:in Ccvnan. daughter Lore. MLItcn MorlLig. partner in the Knight, of Crfum^-^-^^S^^tartJu^^. craer were call * ^ r -.v Merlins: & Son law mm at -nin-ietsburg. will be inducted he army in a few davs. Methodist Circles Meeting— Circles of the Methodist Society of Christian Service will meet this afternoon, with the following hostesses: Mrs. E. A. Genrich's circle, with Mrs. H L Gilmore: Mrs. C. H. Clement's, with Mrs. Carrie Haase; Mrs R J. Poindoxter's, with Mrs. J. R. Woodmansee: Mrs. R. W. Ander- , Defense Stamps for Prizes— Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeSart entertained their bridge club at A v—Y"'^;"'" T o'clock dinner Monday evening. A -;. Ea g le Grove - members of tr.e craer were pall bearers. Burial was made in Calvary cemetery. Eagle Grove, beside the grave of Mrs. Toillion. who died in 1932. Mr. Toillion's death took place three days after his birthday. He was born at Portsmouth. O., January 13, 1859. Marriage to Margaret Berscheid, Mendota. 111., took place September 23, 1886. and they had five children: Clarence, deceased: John R., Eagle Grove; trustees. B. L. Wolcott. O. B. Martiosen. Helmer Nornian: deacons. A. F Thompson. Gus Sjo • gren. A third deacon. George Spongb*?rg. is spending the wir- ter 4 n Ciiliforrua. so will not be present. GIRLS CLUBS Two Smart NEW SUITS CHRISCHILLES We have a large stock j now on hand. ., Nine Irvin g tO n "I" 4-H girls nV ^ IoreTnCe , M ^r ria , m ' their leader, and one visitor at- Lu Verne; Harlan J. and Charles 1 1 , , d mecting at B-rnr.dine i v i.iut.K mimei iuunaav evening. -\r_ j -»r m -n- , Four couples.we.re present, and J^d a^anS, SrTes T^ lion, Altoona, who was orphaned at 4. There are 12 grandchild- four great-grandchild- The Toillions at different times farmed in Illinois, Nebraska, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee won high at bridge. The prize was defense stamps, which the club has decided to give for prizes in the interest of national defense. OTHER SOCIETY. Karl Willasson will ren and ren. tfllVlCvl <* n*t^_v«ii*j "» *-•• • .-•-»• Riley's Saturday and resolved tc imofove posture this year. Roll call was on New Year resolutions. Plans were discussed for a bake sale to raise funds towards purchase of a Victrola for club use. A talk on posture was given by Mrs. Krause, and one on son's, with Mrs. W. O. Rinegen- ! Mrs - Karl Willasson will be f u 1 Yff netl , to%v ' nsh iP' !, hisi c °u nt y- berg; Mrs. E. J. Hermanson's leader at the meeting of the Ban- £l 1915 , * he ?, retlred to Ea S le with Mrs T.I™,^ AT,,,,I™.. *r_;' tist Missionarv SnnioH, Th,,^c^o,, Grove, but three years ago Mr. a member of W. A. Foster: Mrs. W. C. Irelan's i • — -with Mrs. W. B. Wofford- and ; Mrs - Ant °ne Anderson will be Mrs T. C. Hutchison's, with Mrs : hostess to the Naomi Circle Fri- C. PL Swanson. , da > r afternoon at 2:30. Assisting i hostesses will be Alma Nelson, Club Honors a Bride— < Ella Padgett, Bee Lynk, and Mae The Wa-Tan-Ye club had 6'30 Herman ' Ro11 c all will be "Why dinner Tuesday evening at Arlo's '• I Jolned the Rebekahs." Gnll in honor of Mrs. Victor Tlle Past Matrons will meet for Samson, the former Lulu Huen- : a one o'clock luncheon next hold. jweek Tuesday at the Temple. Mrs. Samson, former president j "O^t^s^fs will be Mesdames W was prosontod with a lace table- G McCullough, W. P. French] cloth. Clara Amesbury and Beth and D ' L ' Leffert. Anms had charge of a short pro- lv/r "" A ""—~ 1> '- PORTLANDERS HONOR BRIDE WITHjiHOWER Portland Twp., Jan. 21—Some !; I Hansen. A health talk on cleanliness was given by Helen Christensen, and a demonstration on setting a breakfast table and serving by Bernadine Riley. The Star Spangled Banner, the flag song, and Home on the Range were sung. Meal shorts was the main topic at a meeting of the Cresco Chums 4-H club at Virginia King's Saturday. The meeting was opened with The Star Spangled Banner, followed by roll call on "How do you have your daily egg?" After business Virginia spoke on the importance of cleanliness in canning, following which how to care for the teeth ' . Mrs ' Arthur Moulds will inciuded m h, rq of the rhlb !-nina at 7:30. Mrs. Jesse Lash- attendnd_ tV Kiwanis "district '• br ° ok wil1 be assisting hostess." wr,'—.-"i A&S.S 0 s., ML 'o h , o a 8 rs srss »£Ss,,-« , h ;ns^« i' h oX™t s a =>•- the lor,] Kiwanis club more than Opal Cronan, a guest, won low women 15 vnars o^ „„., . .. . The Methodist " • -- ' iuinaiiu -Lwp., oan. 61 —oome winuii iiuw 10 uare 101 uie leeui 125 relatives and friends attend-! was discussed by Ramona Mayer be ed a Loretta Larsen-Waltman i and Stella Mao Mayer spoke on - x "- ~ ~ ' '-jcuts of beef and pork. Phyllis „__ __..-j Thompson gave music, lesson tette _sang three selections, and i No. 2. Others attending: Mar- latter club reporter. years ago ,and so was invited for the installation. Church Sociely to Inslall- dist business women s o and class met Wednesday evening at the church for a 6:30 dinner Mr and Mrs. Perry Collins 'were v^«-i.v_ 00115 Liiicc aeiuuuuilb, anQl- 1 ''^- *•• v_/lllt:ia alLCllulll^:. ivicll- Mrs. E. L. Dickmeyer played two j jorie Detrick, Mrs. Charles Reap- numbers on her piano-harp. Lor- 1 er, Bernice and Jane Mayer, the unwrap gifts for" an hour. Twenty were hostesses. The •m, Clifford Waltman, Burt. Loretta will a year A meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H club was held at Ruth Ann and Mary Jane Muel- teaching at Britt, ler's Saturday and roll call was .--..... uunTiy 10 install— "»"A i».Lia. r-erry (JOllins \vprp i i , ° The WPsleyan Guild. Metho- ch-irmon of the committee. laSt S6V6ral years " , where slle has taught during the answered with "one resolution I professional will meet Mrs. E. L. Hagg was honor'ee at Follow-Up Meeting Held— -nesday evening at the and hostesses will be Black and Jovce SchwarirT Installation of officors will be held Rev. H. M. Burns, pastor, doing tho mstallmp. The newly elected officers r, ro: i, 11c i]i e Black, pres- loVnt; Flora Tiss. vino; Verabel Ulfers, secretary; Phyllis Parsons, treasurer. Mrs. S. W. Mey:stalled. She succeeds Mrs E A Genrich, and Miss Black succeeds Laura Mitchell. Birthdays of Two Honored— Mrs. Flo rPn ^ Person was honnrpo at. a birthday narty last evomne at the home of her sister, Mrs. V. K. Rising Six eue^ts were oresent and the evening was snont informally. M ri5 Pet- ^WteJTiSi to h-r Thi-hlo club Monday afternoon. /Ml mpmbers werr- present and Mrs. Margaret Bishop was honored with a birthday cake and presentpd with a gift i— irom the eroun. Mrs. Bishop will == CPlr.V, rnt , hr , r onth birthday with i S church 'Mrs. A. A. Sterling Eieht wom P n LudHe i were in attendance Lucille , of the tne w , Wos lday qtn Stott and Mrs. Ted have made." Nine members attended. Mrs. Walter Campney, former leader, gave a demonstration on pressure cookers, and Mrs. Hieko spojce on the import- Fourteen ance of 4-H work in national de•s. Wyot fense. After a business session Ringsdorf folk dances were practiced. The at the S in the next few davs. Haqg Post to~Enl^tain— Ha"-t Pnct ,,-ill ^nt-rtn thp _lnnni Auxilinrv unit at a' = 6.45 dinner-dance this evening nt ' == A.rln'* p ri ,i. some 75 or 80 Le- I = gionnn,rn« ^ Auvilhry women are P yn P n t n rt t o attend. di^-int Bnn£rlp ' ^therville, 8th mstri'-t "immnnrip,. Q eo p Hawpn , tt - 'Rnrt. county comm-nnd- er and Mrs. Georee Heetland of Lakota, county Auxiliary president. w ,11 he pupsts. John Kohl- T™* is commander of the local for nn Eis Pn hnrth, AlPona w« hnnnrP e_nt a farewell dance Friday evening nt thp Comm t ,n,tv bnll. Some 45 were nr p sent , and th Blues orchestra, Al^ona. furnished music. A midniPht lunch was served, hostesses being Mrs, Wm Wth n r? MrS ' Jpromo Eiser?: barth. Clarence, son of Mr and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth. east of town, is to leave soon for the Party for Five Birthdays- Mr, and Mrs. August Bernau ,, --^ thp anniversaries of i ^ Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mrs. Scott i S Moore, Mrs. Charles Potter, Aug- ! S ust Bernau Sr., and A. E Clay- ; ^ ton. This was a belated December party. Only the five couples were in attendance. Dinner was served, and the rest of the evening was spent at nards. Four lo Wa-Tan-Ye Eveni-r Four members of the local ' =5 Wa-Tan-Ye club - Rose Lampe = president; >S"Hn Po"~ ••-_!•• .„' ^lla_Ma£^reen JL and Rita Poo- ! 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