Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1942 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1942
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PAGE TWO KOSStJTM COtMTY ADVANfm AlflONA THURSDAY Six Schools to Have Music Festival at Lu Verne EVENT IS SET FOR A WEEK FROM SUNDAY Lu Verne, Mar. 11 — A noncompetitive music festival has been planned by the superintendents and music directors of the schools of West Bend, Bode, Renwick, Vernon Consolidated, Liv- crmore, and Lu Verne, to be held here Sunday 22, at 2:30. afternoon, March Besides the cultural value of an afternoon's entertainment of jnusic, the purpose of the festival is to give experience to the students before the state series of contests. Each school will present a short concert, and written criticism will be made for the music directors by a competent critic. A small admission charge will be made to cover expenses. Group lo Youih Meeling— Several young people who are members of the local Youth 01- ganization attended meetings for leaders of groups at Arlo's Grill Thursday and Friday evenings. Attending Friday evening wore gM.,^^^^^B.,^1^ | THE WEEK'S LONE ROCK LOCALS ' the Kossuth hospital .Saturday. Mrs. Hilma Sandberg, Eddyville, spent the last week at William Rath's. Mr. and Mrs. Rath attended the recent silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun, Plum Creek. The Raths attended the funeral of Edwin Johnson, Algona, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Flaig and her mother, Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mrs. Lillie Thompson and daughter Neva, spent Friday evening at Ralph Thompson's, the women cutting Red Cross garments. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, Fenton, spent Sunday afternoon at W. C. Heiter's. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hurlburt, of Fairmont, spent Tuesday night and Wednesday at Ralph Hurl- The Mervin Marlows, Mrs. ; burl's, attending the funeral of Paul Olson and children, were ; Mrs R. H. Ortmann, Hurt, Sunday dinner guests at Edward j Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Rath Marlow's, Burt. Lucille Haack, I spent Wednesday afternoon at Velma Gregerson, and Jean Hurlburt's, Mrs. Hurlburt and Bates were supper guests there. I children spending Sunday at Dorothy McCleish went to Des R a th's. Moines Saturday to attend a Beautician's convention. The Harris Wadsworths returned Friday from Amiret, Mrs. Charles Morris and Ruth j Minn Mrs _ Wadsworth's moth- Krueger spent Thursday at P. M. ) er Mrs . E. W. Madden return' 1 - ..... Christenson's. Misses Beall and Lawson were Sunday afternoon guests there. The Henry Schroeders spent Sunday afternoon at Harry Schmelling's, Whittemore. The Maynard Kuecks, of Swea ing here with them for a visit. The Lloyd Schencks, of Burt, and the Andy Becks, Algona, spent Sunday evening at Mrs. Tillie Hanna's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Householder, Joe Warden,'and Phyllis City, were Sunday dinner guests i Duesterhorst, Litchfield, Minn., "* """'— XT " 1 —'~ ' spent Thursday at Frank House- at William Nelson's. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz were entertained for Sunday dinner at Fred Genrich's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Lucille holder's. They were en route to Kansas to visit relatives. The Joe Maddens, Fenton, the Martin Jensens, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Heine, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at R. F. Hawcott's. Mrs. Dora Laabs returned from Rochester Thursday, where she underwent a minor operation. Mrs. Laabs and 'family spent Sunday at William Furstenau's, Lotts Creek. The Jos. Steinbergs, Ledyard, spent Sunday evening at the Frederick Schultz home. The Charles Schultz family also were there. The Leo Elsbeckers, Bancroft, spent Sunday evening at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. Ruby Kueck, who is employed at Algona, spent the week-end at the parental Henry Kueck's. The Melvin Hawks family spent the week-end with the Charles Hawks family, Spirit Lake. The Ralph Bierstedts were Sunday supper guests at / John VTeine's, Whittemore. Dorothy Lindebak, Elinor Saw- Genrich drove to Ottosen Satur- .yer, Georgianne Baumgartner, Esther Seefeld, Gladys Alexander, George Detmerring, Andrew Marty, Gordon Davidson, Wayne Sanford, Kenneth Sorensen. Air Soldier Transferred— Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf have received word that their son Paul, who had been at McChord Field, Wash., has been transferred to Esler Field, La. Four men, including Paul, drove overland to Alabama, where one of them lives, and visited there a few days before going to the new camp. They are in the air corps. Missionary Society Meets— The Evangelical Missionary society met Thursday with Arthur Maas, her mother, Mrs. Mrs. day afternoon, the former two visiting the Chester Alme's, the latter two attending a shower for Mary Jane Hofius. Mrs. I. W. Nelson also attended the shower, spending the night with her mother, Mrs. Cora Brown, Algona, returning here Sunday. Mi-s. Lloyd James, instructor here, spent the last week 'with her brother Howard at the hospital at Rochester, he being seriously sick. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards, NEIGHBORS CLUB ORGANIZED BY A FENTON GROUP Fenton, Mar. 11—A "Friendly Neighbors" club was organized Saturday by members of a woman's project group which had been meeting under leadership of Mrs. Laage. Seventeen women joined at Mrs. Laage's. Mrs. Edw. Meyer was assisting hostess. Officers were elected: presi- went, Mrs. Laage; secretary- ton Madison attended the annual {[owef^ommmee^Ss. ^"T ?i^£ g Esthervllle last i Weisbrod, Mrs. Edw. Meyer, and Thomas are lineman and operator respectively. Tuesday at William Bilsborough's at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Christenson, P. M. Christenson, and Mil- ! Lillian Zink, assisting. Mrs. Walter Hefti led a devotional service on stewardship, and Mrs. Fred Merkle concluded study of the text. The Seed and the Soil, by reviewing the last two chapters. There was a good attendance. Defense Laborer Home— C. B. Huff, who had been employed in construction of a government defense plant near Little Rock, Ark., since the first of the year, got homo last Thursday. Mrs. Huffs mother, Mrs. Lena Stauffachor, fell sick with pneumonia Saturday. Thursday. The Emil Krafts, accompanied by Gust Kraft. Algona, attended the wedding of Nita Kulovv and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. a prize in a the remain- afternoon. They attended the wedding supper at the home of the bride's parents, the Fred C. F. Card Parly at Beck's— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. William Gade, Ervin Seims, and Adelia Bell, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner, daughter Kathryn, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seims were entertained Friday night at Carl Beck's. The men played pinochle, the women 500, at which Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl was high and Mrs. Bierstedt low. Group to Walther Party— Lorena and Dorothy Dreyer, .„. Mrs. Adolph Other Fenton News, Hugo Denker, Lester, visited briefly Sunday night at the W J. Weisbrod home. He was en route home from Oakdale, where he visited Mrs. Denker. He was accompanied here by his daughter, Mrs. HarVey Thbmas, Green Mountain, who is visiting at W J. Weisbrod's. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber was hostess to the Sew and So club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. A Mueller presented the home project lesson. Guests were Mesdames Mueller, W. J. Weisbrod, Paul Eigler, O. H. Stoeber, and Don Weisbrod. The Rev. and Mrs. Henry Wrede, Garner, and the Enos Lillian Baago left Saturday night to attend an annual convention of cosmetologists at the Hotel Fort Des Moines. She returned Tuesday. Robert Goetsch, Derwood Eigler, and Russell Jensen, the latter of the Lone Rock vicinity left Monday morning for a few days at Mrs. J. M. Murray's Spring Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz Raymond and Lorraine visitec over the week-end at the Augusl Kerstein home at Clinton, Minn The Kersteins are parents of Mrs. Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius and Mrs. Carl Odin and daughter Beverly visited relatives al Blue Earth, Austin, and Albert Lea, Minn., over the week-end. The Evening Bridge club met Friday evening at Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller's. High score prizes for men and women went to Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Eigler. Florence Weisbrod and Edith Laage, Des Moines, spent the week-end at the parental W. J. Weisbrod and C. F. C. Laage lomes. was, Phyllis Gade, Alvina and Ruth ' Mrs. Edw. Reimers and her son Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Gerald spent Friday till Sunday Hofmeister, Carroll and Lorraine with Mr,s. Reimers' parents, Mr. Willrett, and Verdelle Borchardt and Mrs. L. E. Holmes, Liver- and Lucille Jentz represented the more. ' local Walther League at a social Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fude, of gathering Sunday night in the Emmetsburg, and Frances Bai- Lutheran church basement at ley, Britt, were Sunday dinner West Bend. The evening was guests at Frank Bailey's, spent at ping-pong and other I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thees. I field left Sunday for Des Moines to attend an annual convention of cosmetologists. The Fairville Walther League games. Mr. Mrs. Wnltor Sor en ,on was a club Takes Course in Radio— Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede took Milo Miller to Fort Dodge Monday and from there he went to Omaha, where he expected to take a ten-day course in radio work before he entered into that type of work for the government. New Family on Farm— The William Goetsches, who had been living near Pocahontas, have moved to the farm vacated by the Stephen Losses. Mr. Goetsch is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch and was brought up in this community. Mrs. Meyer Loses Aunt— Mrs. H. H. Meyer and her daughter Arlone went to Hamburg, Minn., Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Meyer's aunt, Mrs. Chris Tanke, held Sunday. Attended Pasior's Funeral— The Rev. and Mrs. E..R. Granner went to Dumont Saturday to attend funeral services for the Hev. F. R. Blakely, an Evangelical minister. evennig guests at Lyle Marlow's. Dick O'Donncll and chil- c onne an r i ent the "fternooi^there" i Tele P hone Company Me^iing- ™ ' the Eldon Marlows being Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs.J3ave Lynch and day' spent M. E. Mrs. Jennie Whitford meeting of „._ Telephone Co. was held school gymnasium Satur- officers were elected: Other Lu Verne News. The Arthur Kraffts, of Eagle Grove, were Sunday dinner guests at H. T. Blumer's. The occasion was a birthday dinner for the Blumor daughter Barbara Ann. Mrs. W. F. Kubly and Marvin, St. James, Minn., were visitors at Blumer's Monday. Mrs. Charles Goetsch was hostess to the Lutheran Aid at the church last Thursday. The afternoon was spent socially after a short business meeting and the reading of a chapter from The Women of the Bible. •m7!l e Rev " and Mrs - Kenneth Whitney, a daughter, the Rev and Mrs. E. C. Granner, and Mrs' Lillian Zink were among persons -"" —"fc, j-*i_i auilo Tvho went to Fort Dodge Friday Thursday at Tom Lynch's, Far- rector- mont. Mrs. Whitford. John Whit- dent an ford, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynch Kriuse F r were Sunday dinner guests at Jack Lynch's, Ledyard. The Raymond Bierstedts were Sunday dinner guests at Albert Granzow's, Algona. They called Weisbrod at Clarence Macumber's in the Welsbrod afternoon, being supper guests at C. E. Sigsbee's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, Burt, PreS1 " ~ W w« i A c^eckf^ p £ g - * directors; was nam- Edw ' Phyllis King, and Loren Alderson, Cylinder, attended funeral services for Zola Mae Dacken, 14, at Burt Monday. Zola Mae, a great-granddaughter of the Aldersons, died Friday at Rochester, where she was taken a week afo. Change in Farm Tenanls— The Gilbert Bleckwenns moved Thursday to the farm vacated by the H. B. Theesfields. The family from Dolliver who had planned to move here found a farm near Dolliver. The Theesfields moved to a farm near Ladysmith, Wis. Appendectomy Patients Home- Mrs. Walter Pertl and Clifton Henderson were brought from FUTURO ELASTIC BRACES The now, f ull-fasliioncd, perfect fitting braces for sprains, strains, varicose veins and weakened or swollen conditions. -:- FOR -:Ankles...65 c Knees 98e Wrists ...33c Elbows...98c LIISBY & GIOSSI Algona, Iowa to hear talks by the Stanley Jones. noted E. Marjorie with her Lee Boyle is grandmother, now Mrs. Harry Von Draska. She entered the fifth grade of the public schools here Monday. Mrs. Edw. Rief, Sumner, visited Lu Verne relatives last week The Gilbert Heftis, Webster City, were Sunday guests at Walter Hefti's. H. G. French attended a lumberman's meeting at Mankato Monday. Russell Greiman spent Sunday with his parents at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nelson were at Wallingford Thursday to attend the funeral of a friend. On ' Friday they were Forest City visitors. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller and Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended the funeral Sunday at Goldfield of Mrs. Elizabeth Shoen Ray Legler and Ann Genrich came home from Cedar Falls last week. It was the close of the winter quarter. Charles Stripling, of Marshall, Minn., came Friday for visits with relatives. Walter Peterson visited relatives at Roland and Huxley over the week-end. OTHER SIZES ol GREEN MARKED fOAl A»aila!,le lot and furnatei fh °"' ' "'"' ""'" l°> C, t ,n M,,kci Coal lo j ar . '"' (insert radio notion call lelltrt t lime) Botsford Lumber Co. 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