Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1942
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PAGE TWO K083UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, AlflONA. tOWA THURSDAY . North Kossuth Red Cross in MEETING HELD AT GUILD HALL AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Jan. 28—The first annual meeting of the Red Cross for the north half of the county was called for Monday this week at the local Legion hall. The program was to include an address and question-box answers by Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore, county Red Cross chairman, and the following .numbers: Call to order, pledge of flag allegiance, Mrs. Paul W. Larson; invocation, Mrs. E. F. Broberg; Star Spangled Banner, led by Mrs. William Thompson with Mrs. Chas. Schemmel at the piano; Poem at Corregidor, William Thompson. Reports from townships were to be given as by chairmen follows: Harrison, Mrs. G. Pefferman; Eagle, Mrs. Oscar Berggren; Swea, Mrs. Joe Preston; Swea City, Mrs. Paul Larson: Grant, Mrs. Otto Kelly; Ledyard, Mrs. Lawrence Mayne; Lakota, Mrs. I. E. Wortman; reports on local activities, Mrs. Eleanor Heetland; Ledyard activities, Mrs. Mayne. Activities at Swea City and in Swea and Eagle townships were to be given by Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mrs. J. J. Anderson. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, Mrs. A. H. Schuler, Mrs. Chas. Schemmel, Aman- NEWS BRIEFS FROM FEl^JTON Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod, two children, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod spent Sunday at George Schoenwetter's, Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer were business visitors at Clear Lake Saturday. Robert Kabelitz, who attends barber school in Cedar Rapids, spent the week-end at the parental Rev. R. W. Kabelitz home. Mrs. H. B. Theesfield and tyv daughters and son Henry Junior and Helen Peril spent Sunday in Des Moines. They visited with Mr. Theesfield, who entered the veterans' hospital there January 7 and submitted to a major operation. They report her condition good. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gowans and family, Mrs. Thomas Juhl and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hendricksen and children were Sunday dinner guests at the A. J. Kennedy home. Mrs. H. W. Schneider and Eunice and Mrs. J. W. Hartman were business visitors at Walling- 'ord Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod, .lUcille and Ethel, and Lyle Weisbrod were entertained at the George Jorgenson home at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius and Mrs. Paul Cornelius visited and Sunday at the Jim s.mee and b of Cylinder , were dinner ' Sundiv at thp Frpd FPSS- Mrs R c Reh mer and son da Looft, Lulu Haglund, Mrs. Eva Norman> of Homestead, la., left A. ck «so n Mrs^ O. W Blomster. Monday for their home atfer Mrs. Arthur Collins, Mrs. E. L. * Hansen, and Mrs. Ervin Link. A display of garments and sweaters was to be featured. The arrangements committee included Mrs. William Christensen, Mrs. week's visit at the parental August Meyer home. They were taken home by Harold Eimers and Art Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and Kathryn visited at the Albert George Harner. Irene Lundquist, Wibben home, near Burt, Sun- Mrs. Jos. Kennedy, Mrs. Henry day afternoon and made the ac- niece and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, and Arlin, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Paul Eigler home. Mrs. Edw. Reimers and son spent the week-end at the parental L. E. Holman home, Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and Rose Weisbrod were entertained at Sunday dinner at the Roy Benson home, near Ringsted. The Misses Ella and Ruth Mae Kyhl, Mason City, spent the week-end Kyhl hor at the parental Robert Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and twin I daughters Jean and June, and W. M. Holldorf, Ceylon, Minni, were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Kyhl home. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Stober and sons Billy and Stephen Lowell were supper guests Sunday evening at the Gene Snavely home. The occasion was Donald Snavely's birthday. Stephen! Lowell, infant son of Mr. and 3aptized £ Methodist Waterman. rs. O. H. Stoeber, was uhday morning at the church by the Rev. J. WHITTEMORE GROUP HELPS A RODMAN COUPLE Whittemore, Jan. 28—Attending ;he 5th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Klein, near Hodman, last week Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wehrspan, the William Madsens, he Werner Gades, the Theodore Dstwalds, Mr. and Mrs. William Dstwald, daughter Beverly Ann, VIr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald, .wo daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald, Esther and Marvin Dstwald, all of Whittemore, and he Gustav Berninghaus family. The evening was spent at cards. Mother Gets Scarlet Fever— Evelyn Voigt came home from lasch for men. NEW MINISTER FOR BAPTISTS AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Jan, 28 — Baptist church members gave a reception and food shower honoring the Rev. Oswell Sommers, their new pastor, and his wife Monday evening at the church, 90 persons attending. At 8 o'clock a m ee t-, ivavc 1JVtato ing was held, with F. N. Mies in ' Sunday W for"an extended".' visit" at charge. The Rev. Mr. Forzell, her daughter Mrs. Stauder's. a few day* ago to spend several months of Convalescence at the home of her daughter, MM. Jo*. Fox. Mrs. Dudding suffered ft fall early last fall, and bones in her thigh were broken. She was taken to an Estherville hospital* where she spent a couple of weeks, and then was taken to her daughter Mrs. L. J. Mousel's. Son for -— —, , Mr. and Mrs. Ernests Hutchinson are parents of a son born - " at C. J. ;er is caring for mother and baby. Mrs. Kate Bolster, Primghar, came caring for mother and baby. Saturday, January 17, Stauder's. Mrs. Staud' Estherville, moderator, the Rev. Mr. Nelson, Algona, and the Rev. ' De Father i» Dead— Mr. Anderson, Swea City, gave | Mr and Mrs< gcreal De Geeter short talks, and special music attende d the funeral of Mr. Dewas given by the choir, followed cooler's father Wednesday morri- by a prayer led by Mr. Sommers. ' ing at Char i es C ity. The elder .- „ Mr De'Geeter, who died at Aurora, 111., had often spent many The women served lunch in the basement. CELEBRATE Visited Son in Army— Mr. and Mrs. Mike Higgins left last week Thursday for Oklahoma Cityl for a few days with their son Raymond, stationed at Will Rogers Field. Takes Diabetes Treatment— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt went to Rochester Monday. Mr. Voigt is taking treatment for diabetes. Th<y expected to return late this week, evening for Rolfe Saturday, bringing the two with her so a Arnold, stationed at Johnson. quaintance of the new girl there. rpi, - , , . i *-iuailil.aill.c \Ji Uit: 11CW Kill LllCit. The refreshments committee— i Mr . and Mrs. Lawrence Alt were Mrs Ben Klucas, Mrs. Anna Larson, Mrs. Harold Roba, Mrs. L. A. Haglund. also visitors there. Mrs. A. H. Speth entertained at a quilting "bee" on Friday afternoon. Assisting her were Mesdames Amor Cady, C. F. Wegen- Visitors for a Shut-in— Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bjerke, ,,, „, ..-,,. „ of Plymouth, their babv, and the ; *?' £*%?:„ Theesfield, Art Krause, Floyd Elliots, Taopi. Minn., visit- : £' R ' Willrett, Lawrence Alt, and ed Mrs. Nellie Elliot and other ! ^ y ^ . „.. — •>-'-- — ' - • - ' ' Mrs. Minnie Wiener, Emmets- is visiting at the Everett relatives here Saturday, and Mrs. '. J' Elliot's brother - : - burg ' Elliot's brother, Charles Hick- : £"*' ' a T JB1UU land, with his wife, came from ; Hartman home Spirit Lake Sunday. Mrs. Elliot, who was hurt in a fall last fall,' has been a shut-in a great deal of the time this winter. She is an aunt Farewell for Two Families of Mrs. Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hartman were dinner guests Sunday at the parental H. W. Schneider home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huskamp, A farewell party for the James Mr - and ¥ rs - Hans Baago, and Sanders and Francis Sevold fam- Lill i an > Virgil Christenson, and ilies will follow a quarterly busi- ! M . r - and Mrs - Chris Godredson, ness meeting of the Baptist Rin £ sted > were dinner guests church at the Guild hall next S , und ?y. °* Joh ? Arbogast and Monday evening. The Sanders family will moye March 1 to a farm near Fairmont, and the Sevolds will move to Estherville, where Mr. Sevold will run a tank wagon. Elizabeth Mr. and_Mrs. Georye "Jentz and Mrs. F. W. Otto Jensen Has Birthday— Otto Jensen was honoree at a birthday dinner party Sunday at Maynard Jensen's. Attending- Mr. and Mrs. Claud Faugust daughter Karen, the Virgil Jensens, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jen- .sen. In the afternoon a birthday •cake was served with ice cream, and two small granddaughters sang Happy Birthday. Guild to Meet Friday— The Guild will meet Friday at the hall, and hostesses will be Mrs. Ervin Link, Samuel Link, topic and Dillard Bishop. The for the program will be „„ view of the Annual Missionary Booklet, led by Mrs. Emil Larson Music by Phyllis Hammond and Jean Looft. the Arlo was for- Patient Has the Shingles— Mrs. Ole Seylar, who has been having the shingles, was taken to -Fairmont one day last week to stay for a time with Carters. Mrs. Carter merly Gayle Seylar. Group to Youth Rally— . Thirteen young people of the BY. P. U. attended a youth rally at Buffalo Center a few days ago. Pastor Stanley A Anderson, and his wife were in the group. Appendectomy Patient Home- Ruby Berg came from Algona bunday to convalesce following an appendectomy. She is a student at the A. I. B., Des Moines. Trojans Win From Ledyard— T " a basketball game at Ledyard -Friday nk'ht the Swea City Trojans won, 27-5. Other Swea City. Marjorie Hillsten and Howard Marouardt came from Truesdale for the week-end with the J E Vaughns. Marjorie is teaching in the Truesdale school nnrt Vi M J S V, Gea B utterfield and the Fred Butterfields were guests Sunday at the William Seimens home, near Lake Crystal, Minn. John Alberts and his daughter Florence were Sunday guests at ^ k > and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna, Helen Mae, and June Adele were guests at dinner Sunday at the Walter Jentz horn in Fairmont. Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertainec in honor of her mother-in-law Mrs. Clara Mueller's birthday an niversary, Saturday afternoon Guests included Mesdames A. J Krause Shelby W?isbrod. John Newel, R. C. Goetsch, Frank Eigler, Emma Ruske, and E. C Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield and sons were Sunday din ner guests at the Harvey Higley home. Mrs. Rollin Watson and daughter .Sandra Rae, West Bend, are visiting this week at the parental John Gramenz home and also a the Ray Tietz home. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and infant daughter were brought home Sunday from the Algona General hospital. Walter Wegener left Sunday night for Prairie Du Chien, Wis. for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit entertained at a card party Sunday night. Mrs. Robert Bleckwenn won high score for women and Mrs. A. F. Rehder, low score; Wilfred Bierstedt had high for the men and Robert Bleckwenn low. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Robert ' Bleckwenn, George Seims, Cliff M. Frink, Herman Haack, Herbert Schickelman, Carl Beck, Wilfred Bierstedt, Frank Humphrey, Wm. Fischer, Wm. Miller, Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder and Arnold Hantelman and Lyle and Delores Haack. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. John Munch and son spent Sunday at Fort Dodge, visiting Mrs. Weisbrod's veeks baby of Mr. and Mrs. Jack ohnson with her. Mrs. Johnson, lad been up and around last veek, but Friday night noticed hat she was carrying a tempera- ure, and a physician found she had contracted a light case of scarlet fever. The Johnson home is under quarantine. Illinois Youths Visit Parents— "Bud" Rooney and Robert Gengler, Peoria, 111., spent the week-end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron and Mr. and Mrs. George Gengler, returning to Peoria Sunday, accompanied by Robert Fleming, also by Mrs. Philip Cullen as far as Ottumwa, where she visited Rooney. Mary Catherine Mrs. Elbert to Hospital- Marion Hyink took Mrs. Lena Elbert, who lives in town here, and Mrs. Kloock, north of Algona, to Iowa City a few days ago. Mrs. Elbert entered the university hospital for a final check-up. Visits Her Soldier Son— Mrs. Joseph Knecht left Friday Camp Grart, Rockford, 111. Other Whittemore News. The Henry Kuecks, Lone Rock, visited Mr. denwith las ing while Betty Lone and Rocl basketball Mr. and Hancock, George Anc and Mrs. Arthur Hei- i week Tuesday even- he Kueck children Melyin, attended a :-Whittemore school ;ame here, /Irs. Anthony Andert, inn., Mr. and Mrs. ert, northern Minne- Fort Dodge, sota, and Mrs. Fred Simmons, of and Mrs. Herman Meyer, other relatives he Mr', and mont, visited Mrs. Johansen's tfrs. Johansen, • Fair- parents, Mr. Keene, Sunday. Gervase Fan- Mrs. Keith Polton Elmore, spend the week-end at the parental L. E. Polton's ar£ Mr W w bom Sunda y to Mr. •and Mrs. Wayne Griffith. WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER H.W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDS long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do. all Kinds of hauling & draying PHONE 298 Algona, la. I^kota, Iowa Phone 2901 Shower for the Kollasches— Mrs. Samuel Montag entertained Thursday evening at a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kollasch. The time was spent at cards, Mrs. George Jergens winning high for women, Mr., Kol- MONEY FOB TODAY'S NFFflS ALGONJ! over-Sunday visit last week visited Mr. Mrs. Dudding ai Daughter's—Mrs. Elizabeth Dudding came del, Toledo, visited her sister, Mrs. Gerald Spilles, Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Drozda, Omaha:, daughters Barbara and Judith, and Mrs. Drozda's mother, Mrs. J. F. McCreery, Fonda, spent Saturday with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, of Lu Verne, and the daughter Elaine lately spent a few days with Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz. i Mrs. Richard Vaughn was hostess to the Trumpit club Thursday evening, Mrs. John Waldron won high score, Mrs. Kern Elerick second. The Rev. Edward Fandel, Sanborn, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Fandel. Mrs. William Reimers is at Dundee, 111., visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. G. Hoyt. weeks at his son's here. Daughter for D«U0iingi— I Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Deltering are parents of a daughter, born Monday, January 19, at C. Stauder's, and Mrs. Stauder 0th«r Bancroft Ifews. Mr. iftd Mm. F. J. Hatten, with the daughter Frances, spent Sunday afternoon at Fairmont, and Frances, who is employed at the George Livermore' home there, remained at Fairmont. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Engesser spent Sunday with the Livermores. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mc- Gleish, Son Dennis, Dorothy Mescher, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher, daughter Judy, and Edward Mescher, West Union, at Sunday dinner.' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Menke, St. Klllian, Minn., daughter Eileen, sons Alphons and Marvin, spent from Friday to Monday with Mr. Menke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Menke. , Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke lately spent a few days at Mui- neapolis, attending a lumbfr- men's convention, also visiting their daughter, Mrs. William Hawkins. Edward Mescher,. 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