Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1942 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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KQSSUTH COUmT ADVANCE, ALOQNA, IOWA, GUESTAsA CITY TELLS OF NAHJJAPITAL Swea City, Mar. 25—Keith But- spn, Washington, D. C., was a guest early this week of Lyle Patterson, high school instructor. Mr. Butson, whose home is at Hampton, was a classmate of Mr. Patterson at Upper Iowa. At Washington he is in veterans, administration insurance employ. Mr. Butson said Washington is now badly crowded. Young people to work for the government have been arriving at the rate of 1,000 a week. Even halls are used for office work. Three 8- hour shifts a day are kept busy. A three weeks vacation Mr. Butson is having was earned by overtime work, for which there is no monetary compensation, though it may be used on vacation. Mr. Butson left here for Estherville, where he visited an uncle. SEXTON SHORTS The George Fox family, Britt, were in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, their daughters, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and Mrs. Drusilla Noble visited the Strather Wise family near Plymouth Sunday. Carl Neuman spent the weekend at Mrs. Otto Neuman's, and they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrcik, Irvington. The Philip Thorntons and Lois Miller, Storm Lake, with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller and a Mrs. Weider, Cofwith, were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Mary Miller's. The C. A. Schleys, Graettinger, were visitors at the Sim Bemis home Sunday. Mrs. Schley and Mrs. Bemis-are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Schuler and Arlene Hammond, of Swea City, were Thursday evening callers at Oscar Hammond's. Donald Neahring spent Saturday with his grandmother, Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt. The Harvey Stevens were at the Everett Hodges home at freenville Sunday. Whittemore , ., _ .«,_ i ^ui ttx.w, ail 14111,1C. He expects -to be called to army service this summer. Inierschool Music Contest— Mr. Neimeyer and Supt. A H Schueler were at Humboldt la week, conferring with Supt. Ale Evans, Manson, concerning ar rangements for a music contes to be held here April 9-11. The tentative program wil probably be completed this week Twenty-nine schools will b represented, but it is not expect ed that there will be as many entrants as there were last year due to war restrictions on tires Large groups, such as bands ark choruses, will probably not be entered by some or all of the schools. The music centers will be at the high school auditorium and the Baptist church. Judges will be interchanged between Manson and Swea City. Accident Causes Operation E. C. Peterson had an operation for strangulated hernia at an Estherville hospital last week Monday. He slipped while he was walking home, which caused the strangulation. This was at 7 o'clock in the evening, and the operation was performed at mid- CLUB WOMEN IN PORTLAND HAVE PROGRAM Portland Twp., Mar. 25 —The Portland Progress club met last Thursday with Mrs. G. O. McFarland, and 35 women attended. Mesdames Charles Scott and Ted Ringsdorf gave many garden ideas which they learned at a recent gardening school at Algona. Mrs. Howard Sparks read a report on a recent county federated club meeting. the girus made booklets for soldiers' hospitals. Mary Janice Me- Whorter was in charge of a geography and patriotic quiz. All members attended. Other Portland News. The Wilbur Stewarts were last week Sunday dinner guests at James Christiansen's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs, H. W. Kileeker, Clear Lake, and the Son James, Mrs. Bessie Walker, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, and Arthur Locke, all of Algona, Were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, and later cailed en the Arthur Heiden- withs, where the Herbert Po- tratzes, Lotts Creek, were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Higgins,' of Mason City, and the daughter Ruth visited old friends here over the week-end. ' Relatives helped Arthur Heidenwith celebrate a birthday Monday evening: the William Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry j Sehultz, Mrs. Merman Meyer, daughter Gertrude, the Merman Voights, the George Schultz family, the Heidenwith daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Walker, and her daughter Shari Ann. The evening was spent at cards, followed by lunch. Mrs. Arthur Heidenwlth, Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen, and George Schultz returned Sunday from Marion, S. D., where all took treatment at the Tieszen clinic. Rosella Voight and Dorothy Sebers, Algona, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs. Nick Looft[ Armstrong, spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. George Meyer, and their mother, Mrs. Louisa Nissen, who 'ives with the Meyers. FOUR-H cms Mayer was hostess 16 thfe Cfesco Chums Fouf-H girls Saturday. The Weetlhg W«« 6f>e«M with Star-Spanglcd Banner, and roll call was answefred by mm bers and the leader on one Vegetable to be servecl ifaw. Mtti. Reaper gave a talk on a recent garden training school which she attended. The resignation of Stella Mae Mayer was accepted. The group sang Song of the flag, Jane May* er demonstrated preparation for preservation of a vegetable, and Marjorie Deitrick spoke on proper care of the teeth. Ramona Mayer discussed storage of vegetables, and planning a vegetable garden was the topic of a talk by Virginia King. Mjwle leston No. 4 was «/ Ramona Mayer, and the number were played. "M1U&? 4»tt member, L y,?g* iMrtg attending ~{ho v.™. .State college, Ames nf eftded Jhfe meeting. l " the LotW Creok Lassies met «» fcten, BUtle^ Saturday? and /tote* fastens was the d ppic, Of disciwsion, Tho tfas opened . v with the St i [led Banner and a pledge to u lc * discussion on gardens." Four 0 /] longs and dances were practiced BAWNS ANNOUNCED , tedyard, Mar. 25 — Banns O f matrimdhy were announced Sun day at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church for Agatha Trenary and fohn Steinberg. a St. Benedict The club voted to buy a defense bond. Some of the group paid 25c each at the meeting, and others are to pay at the next meeting. -, f*"* •*• v- 1 *».n-^ « I. 111JLU. night. At this writing Monday afternoon he is reported doing Well. His rifliiahtoT. i\/r,-,, TD— I The club turned in ten short- story booklets for Red Cross headquarters, to be sent to some army hospital. Catherine Wolf, No. 6 teacher, and her pupils earned the club's thanks for three jooks contributed for camp li- >raries. Mesdames Clyde Bristow and Vilbur Stewart were in charge )f games, one on the national an- fiem, the other on cars. Prizes vent to Mesdames Clifford Young and Martin Becker, and tfesdames Ted Ringsdorf and eter Arendt tied for a prize. Four-H Girls Hold Meeting— The Peppy Pals met Saturday at Margaret and Rose Marie well His daughter, Mrs. Roy testins of Valvick, even said she expected I g him home late this week. Ringsdorf s, and roll call was answered with first signs of spring Margaret explained air- Mrs. Leo Hanig, Wesley, gav a family dinner Sunday in hono of her mother, Mrs. Isidor Mayer's 66th birthday. The gues of honor, her husband, the Wil liam Mayers, St. Benedict, and another daughter, Mrs. Loui Goetz, Wesley, with the latter's husband, attended. The Card club met last week at Mrs. Harvey Johnson's, eight members attending, and Mesdames Fred Erickson and Hay Neuroth were prize-winners. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenca Ludwig, Corwith, were over-Sunday visitors at Leo Ludwig's and Donald 'Froehlich's. The Lawrence Ludwigs, who formerly lived at Stilson, now have their own home at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson were recent visitors at Dows where Mrs. Erickson's mother resides. Mrs. Philip Immerfall spent Sunday at George Grein's. -• AIRPLANE MECHANIC. Burt, Mar. 25 — On Monday, Mar. 23, Robert W. Voigt Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Voigt, was to graduate from the Chanute Ah- Corps. He was graduat- Dinner Honors a Soldier Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Nelson were dinner guests at the son Nolan s, Estherville, Sunday, and Saturday evening were at Edw Bergeson's, north of town, for a dinner jointly in honor of Emory Bergeson, who was home on a ten-day furlough, and of the Orvis Bergesons, who now live at Minneapolis. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Edw. Bergeson. John Peterson Patient John Peterson was taken to Fort Dodge for treatment and a possible operation, Sunday. Mr. Peterson has never fully regained health following an appendicitis operation some years ago. He was accompanied to Fort Dodge by his sons Albin and August. Baptist Men io Meet— The Baptist Men's Brotherhood will meet this week Thursday evening at the Guild hall, and the Rev. Mr. Forsell, Estherville, will be speaker. Special music will be provided by a men's trio from Estherville. St^ool Concerts Planned High school young folks who A Pe ., ennte ., ring th e music contest April 9-11 will give concerts at the school auditorium next week Friday and Saturday. Other Swen City. H™ 1 "' * 3n £ Mr £ Henrv Johnson drove to Fort Dodge Monday afternoon to learn more about the condition of Mrs. Johnson's fatti? er, John Peterson, who entered a hospital there Sunday. j i *•-** ^WAI^O. J.J.G was grai canning, and | ed as an airplane mechanic. LEDYARD LOCALS | Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Granner , spent the week-end at the parental Granner home, Lu Verne, i and at Albert Kitley's, Hardy. ! Billv McDonald, who attends St. Thomas college, St Paul : spent the week-end with his par- pnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote and Mrs. George Heetland, La- :kota, were Friday evening call, ers at Wm. E. Stubbe's. |. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar were I m charge of the services Sunday | evening at the Methodist church IA recorded program of hymns and spirituals was given by the Southerners, a male quartet The W. E. Wiemers returned bunday from a week at the parental Williams home in Redding Mrs. William Wenzel left Saturday for Everly to visit her sister. Lela Weidenkamp Mrs. Clayton Roseboro and her daughter Judy returned Monday from Graettinger, where they had spent a few days at the parental Anton Bonstead's. Mrs. Lou Junkermeier lately spent a few days under treatment at a Mankato hospital. The Rev. E. p. Nuss preached Sunday evening at the Ramsey church, north of Titonka. . Th e Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote visited Thursday at Lars Skaar's The Arthur Zielskes were guests Sunday at Edw. Hagge's, near Buffalo Centre Mrs. John Troff Jr., Mrs. Aeilt Troff, and the latter's boys were ?T Ur A Saturda y for dental work. Mrs. Aeilt Troff and Margery Barnes were there Monday Mrs. Rose Moulton has been under a doctor's care, and Mrs Asa Warner was helping with the work at the Hartshorn place. The H. D. Maynes spent the week-end at the parental Gus Neuenfeldfs Alden. The Jack Littles, Guckeen, Minn., visited Sunday at Ralph Johnson's MMr - a . ndt Mrs. Tice Brack and Mrs Walter Miller were Blue Earth callers Saturday. Circle No. 1 o f the Sacred Heart Catholic church met Sunday at the church and elected S ° rge Lebons President w* a vu MTrs ' John ^off Jr. were with Mrs. Troff s grand- R a , ren l S> ^ r 'o and M 13 ' Schuster, Blue Earth, Sunday .G, G. SHIERK PODIATRIST (Foot Specialist) Corns, Callouses, Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more aeriou* trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention Don't neglect your feet Hutchison Bldp. . Algonit Phone 250-W. 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