Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1942 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1942
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PAGE TWO J. P. Mouscl, Bancroft Farmer, Dies CAME TO THE COUNTY IN '91, 50 YEARS AGO Bancroft, Feb. 18—John P. Mousel, 77, died at his home here last week Wednesday, after a stroke, and funeral services were held at St. John's Catholic church Saturday, the Rev. J. H. Schultes, pastor, singing the requiem mass. Burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Mr. Mousel, who was born at Bellevue November 30, 1864, came to Kossuth county in 1891, and had spent 50 years here. For many years he farmed a half mile south of Bancroft. Two years ago he retired and moved to town. Surviving are Mrs. Mousel and five children: Mrs. P. H. McNertney, Bancroft; Sister Mary Eunice, Sioux City; Lawrence, Estherville; Mrs. L. A. McKillip, Ottumwa; and Joseph, here. One other son, Isadore, died in December, 1931. There are 16 grandchildren. Hita Mae Kramer Weds— Rita Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kramer, and Joseph Sanders, Belmont, Calif., were married Monday morning at St. John's Catholic church here. The j Rev. J. H. Schultes, pastor, read the nuptial mass. Mary Ann Hamilton and Irwin Kramer were attendants. The bride wore an ice-blue Tarocaded satin floor-length dress with finger-tip veil and carried white roses. Miss Hamilton was attired in a peach net taffeta gown, wore a white headdress, and carried pink carnations. BURT NEWS OF THE WEEK The Woman's club met Monday evening at the president Mrs. K. J. Smith's, Mrs. M. M. Chipman and Mrs. W. H. Vogel hostesses, and the program topic was Women in Public Life. Mrs. F. L. Ryerson gave a book study on Cleopratra, by Emil Ludwig. Parliamentary drill was conducted by Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mrs. John Long Jr., and Mrs. J. T. Heaney assisting. Laymen's Sunday will be observed at the Methodist church next Sunday morning, Walter Campney, local lay leader, in charge. The Methodist W. S. C. S. will observe world day of prayer Friday at 2:30 at the parsonage. The theme is, "I Am the Way." The Carl Bahlings were at Ames,last week, attending a short course and visiting Mrs. Bahling's daughters. Patty Bahl- ling meanwhile came down with the measles. The Loyola O'Briens were at the Bahling farm. The H. A. Thompsons visited Mrs. Thompson's father, F. B. Dixon, Plover, Sunday. The Friendly Neighbors had a party at Mrs. Edw. Kienitz's Monday in honor of Mrs. Kienitz's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder spent the week-end at Des Moines and at the son George's, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings, daughter Joan, and Mr. and Mrs. William Giddings visited Sunday at Albert Fosnaugh's, Algona. Mrs. Fosnaugh is a rtaiiphter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Clansaddle were Sunday dinner guests at John Mosbach's, near Whittemore. Mrs. Mosbach, formerly families are changing farms. Robert Voight Jr. got home Sunday from Chanute Field, 111., for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voight. He has six weeks more training in the air corps. This week Wednesday a home project follow-up meeting will be held at Mrs. James Christiansen's. Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mrs. Floyd Duncan will present a lesson on The Farm Family in the World Today. Mrs. Marcellus Madden, and the Roy Maddens, of Marshall, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at R. F. Hawcott's. The visitors were on the way home from Sumner, where they had visited other relatives. Mrs. Marcellus Madden is Mrs. Hawcott's sister-in-law. The high school pupils had a party at the schoolhouse Friday evening at which the basketball boys were honor guests. Herbert Weiske, Mary Jean McDonald, Ruth Carter, and Patricia Higgins were the committee in charge. The Claus Pruismahs, Kanawha, spent the week-end at'R. L. Ackerman's. Lucfle Wenthe spent the week-end with her parents aV Hawkeye; Gertrude Rockey, at Fort Dodge; Xenia Hayes at Rockwell City. L. H. Schenck and Delbert Hanna were at Triumph, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Wallace is helping at W. E. Brace's this week. Wilbur Baas got home from Fort Snelling Saturday for a ten- day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas. The Busy Bee club met last Friday afternoon at Mrs. Roy Sarchett's. PROGRAM FOR FARM BUREAU NEAR LAKOTA Mrs. Elizabeth Williams home, and the couple left for California in the afternoon. Rustemeier Baby is Dead— _Funeral services were held for Rita Rustemeier, 17 months daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rustemeier, at St. John's church Saturday. The child, who died Thursday at a Sioux City hospital, took sick a month ago. She had been a patient at a Fort Dodge hospital, but ten days ago was taken to Sioux City. She is survived by her parents, two sisters, and two brothers. Muriel Keapproth Married— Muriel, daughter of Mrs. Grace Keapproth. and Alvin Boettcher Burbank, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boettcher, Lakota, were married December 31 at the Lutheran parsonage, Glendale, Calif., and are living at Burbank, where Mr. Boettcher is employed at an aircraft factory. Second Boy for Krebacks— Word has been received here of the arrival of a 9%-lb. boy for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kreback last week Wednesday. There is one other child, also a boy. Mrs Kreback is the former Mary 1 Lynch. Comes From Washington, D. C — Mr. and Mrs. Milton Price left *Tiday to meet their daughter Margaret, Washington, D. C at Boone, and bring her home On the return trip all stopped for the week-end at Edgar Price's, Duncombe. Ditsworths to California— Mr and Mrs. Orland Ditsworth, with the daughter Bar- w 3 . Jea n. left last week Wednesday for San Diego, Calif where Mr. Ditsworth will be employed. Thies to 'U- Hospital— HE. Thies is a medical patient I at the university hospital, Iowa <-ny. He resigned his local creamery job a few months ago because of poor health. Visits- Sons in California— Mrs Albert McCarthy has gone to Los Angeles to visit her sons Robert and Raymond employed in an Airplane factory" Girl Has Pneumonia- Joan, daughter of Mr. and so Saturday evening neighbors gathered at Glenn Crossley's for a farewell party. The Crossleys are moving to a farm near Lone Rock, where the Rudy Peters family has been living. The two Mrs. J. L. Haupert, near Burt, has been critically sick with bronchial pneumonia. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bernhard, of Park Rapids, Minn., are spending the week here with Mr. Bernhard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard, other relatives, and friends. The visitors are former residents on the John Bernhard farm, west of town Mr. and Mrs. Edward Juchem mourn the death of a day-old baby born last week Wednesday The child died Thursday, and burial was made Friday in St. John's cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker, St. Joe, have moved to the Whitehill farm southwest of Bancroft. Mr Becker is a brother of the Rev Nickolas Becker. The William Rustemeiers have moved to the Mrs. Mary Rapp house, and the Frank Butterfields have the house vacated by the Rustemeiers. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Diers have moved from the farm to the Carolan house east of the implement shop. Tasker Johnson, Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr - r and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lampe are w r <; ntS ° f an 8-lb. son, born Wednesday, February 11 Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weip spent Wednesday and Thursday at Minneapolis. Harness Oil 39c gal. DOAST TO COAST STORE Lakota, Feb. 18—The Ledyard township Farm Bureau had an all-day meeting Friday at Jerry Heetland's, with an attedance of 40. A covered-dish dinner was served. The president, Mr. Heetland, presided for a program. First was group singing, then a short talk by Roy Nichols, Swea City, announcing the annual meeting of the Citizens Service Oil Co. at Swea City next week Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Eggerth reported on Farm and Home week at Ames. George Ennen played two numbers on his accordion, and Wayne Keith, county president, talked Farm Bureau work. The Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Sauer sang a duet, How Betsy Made the Flag, and the Rev. N. F. Grote, had charge of devotions. A round table discussion on need of organization and the duties of the Farm Bureau followed, with County Agent Brown as leader. The next meeting will be at E. G. Sauer's. College Choir Gives Concert— The Buena Vista college a cappella choir, Storm Lake, gave a concert at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning before a large audience. The choir includes 55 students, and the program consisted of sacred and secular music. A silver offering was taken for the choir's expenses, and the Aid served lunch. Five to Silver Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. Louis Hanson, son Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koppen drove to Albert Lea Sunday to attend the silver wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Paulson. Mrs. Hanson a'nd Mrs. Paulson are sisters, Mrs. Koppen their niece. Girls Win Once, Low* Twice— In a girls' sectional basketball tourney at Thompson last week the Lakota girls won from Scarville Thursday night, but lost to Leland Friday night, also to Titonka Saturday night. Mesdames , E. L. Grabau and George Heetland accompanied the girls. Clubs io Furnish Town Hall— All Lakota organizations, under leadership of the Acorn club, have donated to a fund to buy i equipment, furniture, etc., for j the town hall rest and recreation I rooms. One member from each organization has been named on a buying committee. Comes Home to Register— Marcus Rippentrop, employed . at Des Moines, came Saturday I for a visit with his parents, Mr. i and Mrs. O. J. Rippentrop, and | to be on hand for army registration Monday at the local town hall. LI)VERNE CLUB PLANS FAREWELL FOR A MEMBER tu Verne, Feb. Id—Mrs. Arthur Riley was hostess to the J. J .club Friday, and 15 members responded to roll call with val* entine verses. Mrs. Hugh SmrK read a paper on Lincoln, Mrs. Archie Sanford one on Washington, after which Mrs. R. C. Stir- by conducted a social hour. Plans were made for a farewell party for Mrs. Surby Thursday at Mrs. Vernon Stribley's. The Surbys are moving to Sumner March 1, after five years here. Change at Produce Station— Harry Lichty is to operate the Lu Verne Produce Co. when R. C. Surby leaves March 1 to manage a dairy farm near Sumner, home town of Mrs, Surby's parents. Harry has been employed at the Anna B. Murray general store ten years. Gerald Johnson, who had "clerked at Benedict's and the Jack Sprat store, started work at »Miss Murray's store Monday. School Band Dates Concert- Walter Peterson, music director in the local school, took members of his band to Fort Dodge Sunday to hear the Kari King band trive an indoor concert. Mr. Peterson -will present the local band and vocal groups in a concert here Sunday afternoon, with Ralph Peer, Manson. ocarina soloist as a .special feature. Partr for Yocng Pe«pp!e— The young people's Evangelical S. S. classes teueM by Mrs. E. C. Granner and Hsniy Marty had a psrtv Friday «veniag at the Comnranity haS, three at- tendine. Florence isel !=<d in devotional and jessm stcdtes. after which fames were played, and rpfrp^meni? wane served by a committee. Marjory Riley tt Olrl Mil AMMNMUKtettf-* MM. LloycTSmllh wared!*! to Sioux City last week Wednesday by word that the daughter Maxine was Sick. Maxine had an operation Thursday for append!* cilia. Walter Metkle Among Sick- Elmer Merkle went to Minneapolis last Thursday to Visit his brothers Walter and .Cart and his sister Wtlnia. Walter has been having pneumonia. Other t« Verne Hewi. Mrs. William Woito returned to Lu Verne Sunday, after having spent two months at her son Harold's, Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote, who had been living in the,Woito house, have moved to a house vacated by the L. L, Bagleys. The Bagleys moved to Rolfe. James Elder, Pattersonville, N. Y., accompanied Roy ^ygaard and Robert Chapman here from Ames. Mr. Elder is a first year mechanical engineering student at the State college. Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Algona, visited at Mrs. Irvin Chapman's Saturday while Mr. Colwell was crying a sale. The Colwells are former Lu Verne residents. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard, visited Lu Verne relatives Sunday. FARE WELL FOR TEN AMILIES LEAVING A NORTH END drant two,, Feb. crowd attended ft at th«T I j^_£ j- ge farewell .party leaving the township Jhfc •prihg. They are/ the Ronald Johnsons, to Emmettburg; the Wm. Speich- ers and the Donald Jacobs family, td Springfield township; the Walter Minos, to Harrison township; the, Harold Fishers, to Burt; the David Van Brunts, Winnebago, Minn.; the Edwin Andersons, to Moscow, Minn., the Christie Hendricksons, to a farm near Blue Earth; the Floyd Col- wells, to Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dorsey Sr. and the' William Dorseys Jr., to a farm near Woden. Each family was presented with a card table and a what-not shelf. Coffee, cake, and sandwiches were served. Both Gag* Teams Lot*— The basketball teams drove to Lone Rock Friday .evening, and both were defeated, the boys 241 20, the girls 31-19. ! Ex-Grant Woman DMd— / ' Mrs. Frank Fuller, Fairmont, Lftk °t«, Pll °no 2901 and arc still gas! Spoils hardly dare cat QUICK relief ADLA Tablets. LUSBY k Operation on Little Girl Joyce, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Schnucker, of the Ramsey Reformed church, had an operation for appendicitis at the Buffalo Center hospital recently. Other Lakota News. Mesdames John Griese and Fred Schroeder were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid at Mrs Griese's last Thursday, 40 women attending. Mrs. William Schroeder had charge of devotions and patriotic songs, and Mrs. W. E. Ley gave a biography of Lincoln. Luella Shaw, Fort Dodge, was a week-end visitor at Guy Beemer's. She is a former Lakota teacher now teaching at Fort Dodge. Tony Thompson left recently for Keystone, where he has work m a blacksmith shop. Lichry Son Mr. and Mr?. Lee Lichty, Sheldon. sr>er.i Sunday and Monday with Lu Verne relatives. They were joined here by the son Robert Lee. who came from Chicago to await call to the navy, in which he enlisted recently. Registration Conducted Here— Registration for military service here was conducted Monday by Mayor P. C. Lichty, assisted by I. W. Hof, H. G. French, and Dr. R. L. Corbin, with Mary Alice BigLngs, Arline Miller, and FURNITURE Upholstering Will remodel all kinds of furniture. First-class work guaranteed. Richardson Furniture Store Phone 852. SAM KAUFMAN Sam Kaufman Special Purchase SALE ^ - ^ $• QO GROUP 1 Ladies Late Winter FROCKS VALUES TO $4.00 +• •«««••» GROUP 2 Ladies Late Winter FROCKS VALUES TO $5.00 Sizes 12 to 20 JHHH.L. Department Stores Sizes 12 to 20 LAST CALL on ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS Stop in for your FREE copy of Westinghjouse's "The Care and Use of Electric Appliances in the Home." INCREASE EGG Production with a Poultry Time Clock AutomatiqaJHy tutms he<n house lights on in the morning and off in the evening to stimulate extra laying. SI 3.50 Our Present Stock Is The Last For The Duration of fET 7^ y ° U n T d While ^ u can - None of the following electrical items will be available after our supply is gone.. Coffee Makers E i ec t r i c i^ Waffle Irons , Heating Pads Pood Mixers Hot Plates Toaster — as low as $2.95 PRATT Trumbull Poultry Water Heaters Warm water for your hens helps egg production. 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