Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1942 · Page 1
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Lu Verne High Has Packed Program ALQONA, IOWA STATE COLLEGE SPEAKER WILL GIVE ADDRESS Xu Verne, Apr. 22—Dates for School activities for the rest of the year have been announced as follows: Junior-senior banquet, Saturday evening, April 25; senior play, Mother-in-Law Blues, Tuesday night, April 28; academic tests, May 5, 6, 7; class day exercises, Wednesday afternoon, May 13. Baccalaureate sermon, the Rev Kenneth Whitney, May 10; commencement exercises, the Rev Jack Finnegan, Iowa State college, speaker, Thursday evening, May 14; annual picnic, May 15. The graduating class of 20 members has chosen the American Beauty rose as class flower; blue and gold for colors; 'and 'Only the Darkness Brings Out the Stars" for motto. The class roll is: Doris Dehnert, Marcella Henderson, Regina Laubenthal, Jean Putzstuck, Betty Ramus, Verda Sanford, Bessie Schmidt, Beverly Smith, Phyllis Surby, Bernice Thill, Barbara Wolf, Neal Barton, Francis Brayton, Maynard Guderian, Jack Guy, William Hardcopf, Philip Merriam, Adolph t,und, Orvin Ristau, and Howard Swanson. Donna Dehnert, Bonnie Lee Ellifritz, Doris Gronbach, Betty Patterson, Mary Louise Worby, Donna Mae Zentner, Eugene' Baessler, Harley Brayton, James Christensen, Nicholas Dangelser Maynard Henderson, James McGuire, Darrell Moeding, Dick Steussy, Merlin Trauger, Gerald Wilson, and Marvin Voss eighth grade graduates. Enters Aircraft School— Mrs. Max Patterson took Mr. Shower for o Wesley Bride-Beet . Wesley, Apr. 22—Ninety relatives and friends attended a prenuptial miscellaneous shower honoring Imogene Neuroth Sunday at the local lodge hall. Bridge and 500 were played, prizes going to Mrs. Cecelia Nelson and Jane Eisenbacher. Lunch was served. Miss Neuroth, who received many gifts, will be married to Nate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer, Tuesday, April 28. Wiicoiwln VUiion Go Horn*— Mrs. Richard Hammond left Tuesday for her home at Racine, Wis. She had visited at the parental Ignatius Eisenbacher's a week and attended the wedding of her brother Vincent to Dorothy Smith, Buffalo Center. Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Stephen Hammond, son Philip, Mrs. Oliver ? u t! day ,?£ the serious | town to a tenant house on th , h ff , fath er at Glen- Edw. Cink farm, near Woden. J t » immeJdlaJte ly ** L. Studer did the hauling. Mr > a, w » JJ . hr ««il id i e> W ul^S ^ore Klnnard works for Mr. Clnk. Hi tarir n7»K a J«, He *&$& «V "H wlfe - daughter of Mr. and Mrs tack of the flu and had been tak- Curtis Benskln, and the fou ^ "-• Kl 5th and sixth grades. Card Club Hai Party— at the Roy Bornholdt farm home. Irene Goetz is assisting with the housework at Olaf Funnemark's. i» *»• i . "*«*»i i«ia. vnver MacKnight, and Private/Woodrow Hammond, who.brought Mrs. Hammond here last week, went on to Minnesota for visits, returned Monday, but left Tuesday i 116 ""., respective homes at Milwaukee and Racine. Guests Com* for Week-End— Eugene Kirschbaum, employed at Mason City, and his father, Ollie Kirschbaum, who works at Floyd, spent the week-end here. Mike Lloyd and Dwight Wagner, n d ing a technical .school at Des Moines, spent the week-end their respective parenta Anastasia Lickteig, em in an office at De •in V»IUD nu rmxTj— i iiiruacwuin. ui> \jias. runnemarns. The Evening 500 club met a tl Lillian Johnson helped with Leonard Arndorfer's Sunday household duties at Frank Kou- evening. The club did not give b . a , s Sr - last week. Mr. Kouba is prizes at parties last winter, so I S1C *' and Mrs - Kouba is running the losers gave this party for the I the Kouba grocery, winners. Other couples were the -,. Sund ay dinner guests at John Tom F.orburgers, the Lael Roots, Youngwirth's were Mr. and Mrs. the Tom McMahons, the J. M. J «"«» Becker, St. Joe, the John Kunzes, and the Frank Bleichs. Steiers and the Edw. Young- Op«ral«s Road Maintains— Simon Hirner began work . - wirths, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl, . St. Benedict homes, ployed t ? — "» «*» u-Liiut: at ue Mr meS ^ ™ as with her Parents Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig. Catholic Sister Loses Father- Sister M. Jeanette, who receiv- are •*• *'»".o. A «n.ci.oun IUUK. JLVir, Patterson to Des Moines Sunday," and thence he took a train to Wichita, Kans., to enroll in the Swallow aircraft school. He planned to take a course in motor mechanics. When Mrs. Patterson returned Sunday she was accompanied by her father, D. D. Broadie. Mrs. Broadie expects to come later, and the Broadies will make their home here for the present. Mrs. Patterson will continue to run the Skelly gas station. Girls' Four-H Club Meets— The Irvington I's met Saturday afternoon with Helen and Grace Chnstensen, eight members and the leader, Mrs. Arthur Krause present. Marjorie Hanson gave a talk on simple courtesy at the table, and Shirley Weber's talk was on plans for Lake Conservation Record Books. Plans were laid for 4-H gardens, and also for a Mothers day party on the second Saturday in May at the Irvington church. Good Will Club Meets— .The Good Will club met at «, • „ TI111 i-iuu met at Mrs. H. T. Blumer's last Thursday, with Mrs. Ted Wegener as assistant hostess. Mrs. Charles HIM and Mrs. Carl Swanson, entertainment committee, conducted games and contests. Garden fe ts y.™ Z™. n ..at roll call. tr —. given ell roil Call Mrs. George Schnitzer, Corwithi Luella Blumer, and Mrs. Herman Meyer were guests. Hagists Making ImproTemenls— Tom Mason, Clinton, and his son Kenneth came Monday to excavate a basement for the F G Hagist house. Mr. Hagist plans to move to new cottage on the former Hanna residence property ,* u M ite of ;the former house and build an addition to it Birthday is Celebrated— , . M .fs. George Frantz had a birthday Sunday, and in honor «,pSr I chlldr en were dinner guests. From out of town were 3nd * Harold Johnson! Monday as operator of a road I The Urban Neuroths, Gilmore maihtamer formerly operated by City, were week-end guests at Oliver Young. The Hirners mov- Albert ' Neuroth's' and George ed to St. Benedict March 1 to dp- Hilman's. Mrs; Neuroth attend- telephohe switchboard led a shower for Imogene Neuroth Sunday. Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, of Fort Dodge, and her daughter Luell visited Sunday at the son Elliot' ™s.,« "«•"" Vu T"~ °— ""* •--iand the women attended th St jSS*5oly communion at Imogene Neuroth shower St Josephs church Sunday, The Catholic missionary soc may a - . ety met at its rooms Tuesday Other ^slTy Kews. I S' he ' C D " °< A's will meet nex Don Kinnard has moved his household goods from Marshall- erate a there. Glut for Communion— A class of about 17 5th and 6th grades boys and girls will re- . . . Wednesday night. Frank Frimml went to Roches ter Friday for medical attention OTTOSEN _ Other La T«rn« Hews. Mrs Nell O'Connell, her daughters, Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis and Mrs. Alice Greenway spent Sunday at George W. God- Pr e M S r at AmeS ' Mr/ and M "Fred Gugger and Mrs. Edward Luchsinger, Renwick, visited atf U. S. Grant's last week Wednes- K ; Peitzke n Tiwi G ^° rge D J tzel>s - Spencer, to Eagle Grove Sunday for the day at Fay Thompson's. The John Phillips family, Fort Dodge, were dinner guests at the William Bie- mgs home Monday evening Edna Schutt, seventh and eighth grade teacher here for the last year, has been elected to p ° s i* schools. in the Burlington She will have departmental work in the fourth, fifth" and sixth grades. Mrs. Chester Alme and her daughter Shirley spent Saturday at Lone Rock visiting the Blanch ard home. Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mrs. Cliff Landers attended a county Auxiliary meeting at Bode one day last week. Louise Jacobson spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives at Cedar Falls and Waterloo. She went with Mr. and Mrs. Hank -.ovig and their daughter Barbara, who visited the Clifford Gregorys at Dike. Mrs. Henry Lovig attended a Herman Kramer gave the lesson and Lillian Kramer gave a dem onstration. After the meeting the hostess conducted entertainment, then served lunch. Four Corners Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, daughter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren, and the Holdren daughter Shirley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. -ecil Bjustrom. The Everett Withams were at Howard Lowman's, Algona. Eve Lee Smith spent Sundav ight with the Mike Elberts. The -, -— — - — v . „ i^v/i^^^ K A vcu uy the K. V. F. D. radio station one day last week. Mrs. Vilas Larson, Bode, and .. e ers e D f. dge given by,Ray Smiths were Sunday callers aAir* €**»„*;«-. _..._ nf r*lif*rv*.-j T>:_»_j *i_ * at Clifford Ringsdorf s. The Roy Smiths .and Harvey * • ««*.jw4i, jjmjc, cinu Mrs. Gordon Larson visited the o- Roy Telfords Friday. th The Do-R-Best 4-H club met at Barbara Long's Saturday, and attending were Hazel Anliker, Lillian Kramer, Darlene Buck, Barbara Long, Phyllis Hundertmark, Pearl Jacobson, members, and the leaders, Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mrs. Max Clark, also a visitor, Mary Ann Tabor. 1 ,._ WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY GUY BEEMER Lakota, Iowa Phone 2901 . arvey Broadwell were Sunday supper guests at George Lee's, 'and took , Dar lene home ... U *. H *^c»*ACiic Ilau the week-end at George's. FEHTON YOUTH IN THE ARMY HAS FURLOUGH Fenton, Apr. 22—Lyle Newel got home Thursday from Chanute Field, Rantoul, 111., and visited till Tuesday at the parental Charles Newel's. Dinner was given Sunday at the Newel home in his honor and honoring Warren Newel's, Hartley. The latter is to be in New York by May 3, and Will leave tare for Africa, where he will >e employed by the Pan-Amer- can Airways Co. Other dinner guests were the Le Roy Newels, Hartley; the Truman Johnson, Swea City; the jester Johnsons, Bancroft; Luille Evans, Ren wick; Mr. and fflrs. G. B. Johnson, the C. K. Johnsons, the Forrest Hanifans, and the E. J. Franks. Four-H Girls Have Program— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday at Betty Holldorf s, nd roll call was on Why Are You Glad You Are art-American? Following -business the music lesson was presented by Beverly Schulte, and a health talk on Personal Cleanliness Means Charm was given by LaVonne Newel; a courtesy talk by Delores Mueller; and a citizenship discussion was led by Lorraine Wlllr «*t- Poetry was given by Dorothy Dreyer and Betty Holl- aorr, and talks on canning were given by Dorothy and Ruth members at- 'auerby, Mary Gramenz, and «; .—* guests, and -• . . - Weisbrod, club lead- and her assistant, Ruth Drey er, we» present. y Methodist Cirel* __ ?&** *°-* ot ^e Methodis * «*' a £u est day Fri- T »W»^ red Mortensen's „«„{,* ' " y^ 1 * 6 assisting, ant eight members answered rol OR, C, C, PODIA Tff/SJ (Foet Specialist) Oorng. Callouses, Hammer ">«>. etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet Hutchison Bldg. . Alvona Phone 250-W. call. There were 11 guests. Mr*. Robert Goetwh led devotion* and read an article entitled Keei Looking Up. Each member M| a chapter from the study book, Seed and the Soil. The felMitide of the afternoon was spent i games. The guests were Mes dames John Menz, Frank Me Fall, Ralph Weisbrod, Clifford Haase, Oliver Stoeber, George Jorgensen,. Ray Stoeber, JO Waterman, Lloyd Cornelius, Nor* man Pfister, and Clara Mueller The next meeting will be Friday, May 15, at Mrs. Wilfred, Stoe ber's. Aloonlan's Birthday Obaatwd Mrs .Louis Wegener, Algona, reached her 02nd birthday Sunday, and her children, with the families, spent the day with her: the Samuel Warners, Fenton: the Edw. Bientedts, Burt; the Fred Wegeners, Swea City; the Robert Wegeners, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Winford Sigsbee, of Fort Dodge, and son Harlan and his wife, Algona. Fort Dodfl* Paitent Visil«l— The Hildreth Pettit's, Arnold Hantelman, William Fischer, and Mrs.. Ernest Votteler drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to call on Robert Votteler Sr. at the Lutheran hospital, and Mrs. Votteler -remained till -Sunday. Mrs. Fischer, already there, accompan- i«d the otittrt the «*n*«a Luther League mi t Sunday ,«v«nin| it Albtt Nel* soft's, and the ttrofram conilttel of group singing of hymns, reading* by Olaf Michaelson and Mr i Robert Halvorsen, and a talk br Hani Michaelson, Guests wet t Mr. and Mrs. Hans Michaelsof Ringsted. ' Oraadten. Vltfte -. — Robert Votteler Jr., student at the state university, came t> Fort Dodge Saturday night to se > his grandfather, Robert Vottele- Sr. ( patient at the Lutheran hos pita! there. Robert Jf. accom janied a West Bend roommate to towa City Sunday afternoon. Dinner Honor* ; Bl>th4ar— Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrot and the Frances Fare were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. KaU kfenz and at the Edw. Reimen home honoring Mrs. Menz'i PAUL HAMILL WATCH p> more. from Home's^ '^ to* s* -an?j^ *&itf$£*** t %v e jvS STORAGEoFJi Distance kinds •HOME 299 Defense workersl Make an investment in long, dependable, low-cost transportation! 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