Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1942
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PAGE TEN TWO CANDIDATES SEEK GILGHRIST WASHINGTON JOB l,a, Jis w no* have the field to himself in this S£ ars .. ^publican primary elec" toon, though if he is in any was an- J are two other candidates ™ tne nomination: Roy R .Hanna, Ruthven, and Frank- n' Riley, Clarion. Hanna ' nounced some weeks last week. Hanna's literature says he was b °rn near Ruthven April 26 1902. He will therefore be 40 this' month. After he grew up he farmed ten years, then was in the advertising business two years but for the last 16 years has been operating a dairy, a cabin camp and a gas station at Ruthven. Hanna claims relationship to Mark Hanna, whom oldtimers re- TYl OV*1 H nt% «« tVlrv /"*\V. ' T. . me unio politician senator, who for a . — — last century was ending, ruled the republican party n m, mad , e McKinley president. The Ruthven candidate is a ownsender and is making a bid •"•the Townsend vote. BRIDE Birthday is Celebraled— . E. N. Taylor reached his 66th birthday anniversary Sunday and in honor of the event Mrs. Taylor entertained at a family dinner, 20 guests attending. All of the children were here Cevil L a Schultz, of - IS THE FORMER W41M , Ann Geigel, daughter of Mf. | and Mr§. ft »d Ctoigvl, iouth»ait of A1 g ona farmert, who flerington, Kans. Present "were : he son Edward, Earlville, his amily; daughter, Mrs. W B Hae, Mason City, her family; another daughter, Mrs. Merle Web- ter, Algona, her family; and another daughter, Mrs. Louis Buhr, St. Paul, and her daughter .Beverly. Mr. Taylor's sister; Mrs. maiy Ward.Curlew, was here, also Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Johnson and,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Curlew. Mrs. Edw. Johnson is a sister of Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. and her daughter are here for the week. day evening to Gerald Voigi, Fenton,' at ih Presbyterian church, Al |! gona. Mrs f:Voigt laugh 1 music in the Fenton schools prior to marriage The newlyweds are living at Fenton, where Mr. Voigl is route manager for Ihe Fenlon creamery, ADVANCSB, ALQONA, !OWA wfc^'u is 1 4 °-year-old lawyer who has been practicing in Wright county 15 years and once served three years as county attorney. He is making political SJP ltal ° u ' of the reent congres- Slonal Pension bill, which, however, Mr Gilchrist did not vote for and has publicly disavowed +1,- f ys count y is a new one in thi S rmi Pre j^ sixth district, H 1 , 6 , °n]y addition to the old eighth district. For a generation Or two Wright had been in the third district, but was transferred ^ eT _ n£ : w , sixth tw ° years ago Legion Auxiliary Paily— T he Legion Auxiliary met Monday night, 40 present, and a program was given on "Mistress Mary's Garden," the following persons taking part, Evelyn Dau •is Miss America; John Pletch as Mistress Mary; flowers representing the activities of the Auxiliary—Janice Bartholomew, Joan Hoffman, Mary Lou McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelly, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Nyle Latch entertained her bridge club Tuesday evenln with three tables in play. Mrs. Earl Griffith was high, and th<! prize was defense stamps. Mr. and Mtfc R. O. Bjustron- were host and hostess to theli Victory club Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post Won a family bridge prize. A .Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held at Mrs. T. j. Larson's Friday at 2 p. m., Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, assisting t ss. Mrs. John Button entertained her bridge club of eight members last week- Wednesday evening. The club does not give prizes. The Book club will' meet at 2:30 Friday with Mrs/ W. H. Rockey, and Mrs. Glen Roland will have charge of the program. The Doan W. S. C. S. will hold its spring bazaar and serve a mblic supper Wednesday even- ng, April 29, at the church. Mrs. Alwin Huenhold was honoree at a birthday party Monday vening at her home. Six guests vere present Mrs. Clara Sankey was .hostess o the Laf-a-Lot club Tuesday. two tables of bridge were to play, Mrs. Wm. F. Steele will be hostess to her bridge club Saturday. There are eight members Mrs. Roy Ingham entertained her sewing club yesterday. There are eight members. , Mrs. Clinton Lighter will entertain the Merry Mixers sewing club Friday. The W. S. C. S. knitting club met Tuesday at Mrs. Dennis Pratt's. —Buy Defence Bonds— St. Benedict v Mr. and Mrs. John Kutschaf* entertained s Mr, and Mrs. Lewi* Kutschara, Clear Lake, at 6:30 dinner last Monday evening' 'In honor of 'Bud' Kutschara, -who was here oh furlough. Ralph Dorr, first-class private at Camp Bowie, Tex., lately a¥rived for a IB-day furlough with lis parents, Mr. and Mrs; Ben Dorr, and other relatives. '• He' does all'the baking for his troop, working nights. One night it's bread, coffee cakes, and rolls; every other night, 38 pies, Ralph came via Mason City, and Rosiee Doff met him there. Albert Simon, of JBnglewood, (Mid,, has been spending a week With his mother, Mrs. Mary Simons and sisters, Mrs. Hick Arn- itpffer, Mrs. Leb Ludwig, Mrs. J. Kutschara, Harriet and Melvina, also his brother George. Albert is employed in an airplane factory. The Young Ladies' Sodality will'.entertain at a public card party; and dance next Wednesday evening at the parish hall. :'HMr, and Mrs. Isadore Mayer SsJfsl >« ass Swea n -tor of a national census reshuffle. WEGMANSEEKS NOMINATION FOR CONGRESS L. J Wegman, remembered by Kossuth oldtimers, has announced candidacy for the democratic nomination for congress in the second district, which consists of 1^ counties bordering the Mississippi and running from Clinton and Benton counties on the south to the Minnesota line. ' Wegman started business life I as a railroad telegraph operator; and station agent, and for a time I served as Milwaukee agent at' Sexton, then for five years was cashier of the now deceased Peoples Savings bank, St. Benedict after which he was a Carroll county banker till he was elected state treasurer in the democratic landslide of 1932. After six years as treasurer Wegman retired from office, and on 1940 took over the management of a bank at Anamosa, where he has since resided. He is seeking the congressional nomination after only two years in the district. Wegman's political career has been marked by some discord with other democratic officials or leaders, and he is now opposing renomination of the second district's democratic representatives in congress, W. M. Jacobsen. FORM¥CRESCO AND PORTLAND FARMER DIES Mattison Bruce Newman, 81, former Kossuth resident, died suddenly of a heart attack April 1 at his home at Kenney, 111. A neighbor heard a noise at the Newman home, and, going to investigate, found Mr. Newman lying on the front porch, dead He bad been in poor health for some time. Mr. Newman left Kossuth some 14 years ago. He farmed six years m Cresco township and eight years in Portland township. He was born at Mt. Olivet, Ky May 24, 1861, and after living in tne Kennedy vicinity till 1884 moved to Algona in 1917, Mr. Newman married ViRanda £^oT KUme T ^ 8M < ^d she died in lais, in February, 1917 he married Anna Gilpin, Blue fo r « ' £' who died in October, ladD. Mr. Newman had since lived retired at Kenney. He is survived by three sons- William T Argenta, 111., John R., and Rolla J., of Kenney, and one daughter, Mrs. Mable Brunson, Decatur. Funeral services were held April 3 at the Kenney Methodist there burial was made Township Meetings of F. B. Announced The Union township Farm Bureau will meet this evening at the Good Hope church, and Helmuth Huenhold, Algona will show moving pictures of a Le Ripn convention at Milwaukee The committee in charge of the meeting consists of Messrs, and Mesdames Jens Sorensen, Robert Harvey, and Ben Reid. The Plum Farm Bureau will meet .' evening at the Center &* n iL L 2V C V 1 2 ham ' lead- 1 club members, ..— .._ IV . ^..mgc o f t ne program «osts and hostesses will be ness regularly! day will keep busi- - away. Use them They pay dividends. W *? ley Wome n Entertained— Mrs. Milton Giddings enter- tamed the KYN circle of the Wesley Methodist W. S. C. S We She is a former resident of Wesley, and her husband now clerks at Gamble's. Rummaqe and Bake Sal*— The Woman's association of the ongregational church is askine everyone to remember that Saturday, May 16, is the day fixed t£I *™™ ma Se and bake sale at the Kent garage. Skating Party Planned ,. The young people of the Bap- t st church will have a roller- skating party Friday evening at the Titonka rink. They arl to meet at seven o'clock at the cnurch. at P T at 8 ess. PTHEH SOCIETY. t u- this evening (Thurs- e J2"* Lutheran ita Thompson, host- The program will be a Bi. w . Mr - ^d Mrs. Clayton Percival will entertain the '75" club Friday evening. Members of thfe club are couples, and the combined ages of husband wife must Attorney and Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway entertained three- couples at 6:30 dinner Monday even ing. Out-of-town guests were -> -"*M*J J-IUL* ±T±Ul_/UilcUU Mary Ann Timm, Dorothy Gal braith, Ruth Ann Spear, Ann Stillman, Mildred Jones, Delori Devlin, Laura Ann Neville. Mrs Gene Schemel, and Mrs. Erns Thiel won defense stamps. Mrs Jos. Pelisek's division served re freshmen ts. County Auxiliary Elects— Mesdames G. D. Brundage, Fred Bartholomew, H. E. Stephenson, and T. L. Larson attended a county Auxiliary meeting at -.akota Tuesday. Election of officers was held: president, Mrs. H. C. Baag, Fenton; vice, Mrs. F. L. Williams, Lakota; secretary, Mrs. George Jorgenson. Fenton; treasurer, Mrs. L. O. Wolfe, Titonka. It was' decided not to have a \July meeting. Installation of officers took place. Mrs. Strate, state national defens chairman, gave a talk. The nex meeting will be in October. Naomi Circle to Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet a Mrs. Oscar Anderson's Friday a 2:30, and assisting hostesses wil be Mesdames Raymond Reid, E 5- Bartlett, H. W. Post, and Ethelyn Banker. Mrs. Adris Anderson Knoll, Baltimore, Md., will be guest of honor. Mrs. Knoll came one day last week for several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson. Roll call will be answered with garden hints. Anyone wishing a ride is to call 696. Missionary Women to Meet The Baptist missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the church, and election of officers will take place. Mrs Newton Heiter will lead devotions, and "Love's Vision of the world will be given by Mrs. F. C. Volzke. Mesdames Orville Elkins, Minnie Jones, Charles -Keaper, Sam Medin, and B F Sparks will be hostesses. H. S. Party Planned— "Hellzapoppin" will be the theme of a high schood party Friday evening at the schoolhouse 11 in charge of the student council Jane Mahin, faculty sponsor, and Richard Palmer, student council president, will supervise A varied program has been planned to include dancing, games, a band show in the auditorium, a floor show, and a carnival. Courtesy for Mrs. Long— Mrs. W. F. Clow entertained at two tables of bridge Tuesday evening honoring the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Minnie Long Mrs. Long was presented with a handkerchief shower. Mrs H R Cowan and Mrs. Sylvia' Gunn won prizes. Mrs. Long is accompanying Mrs. Clow to Chicago today for a few weeks' visit Bantist Organization Elects— The Iota Sigma chapter of the Baptist World-Wide Guild met Tuesday evening at the parsonage. Election of officers took Place: Bernice Reaper, president; Emma Bleich, secretary treasurer; LaVonne Telkamp vice-president. A gift-box open- mg" also took place. Johannsen House warming— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen Jr. were entertained at a "housewarming party Sunday evening rh,, 1! r f ew < home on North ™ C Lf r * e > ^.Y 6 c °uPles CURTAIN TIME at Chrischilles 9 Curtain time finds this store prepared with the most complete, the most attractive, the most reasonably priced line of window furnishings in our history. Come in and see Oie beautiful new curtains. We have them conveniently displayed and they are ensj to buy here. JVow is the time—this is the place, -' - '• - \> *&. <•'' !v" ' - - £j?-rfJ%fr£<J%~JJ K ; v * * * \ '* h *\ > .« i r \i ,1 i' f ;: /^ READTHIS! 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