Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1942 · Page 5
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MRS, DAVID KEEFE, UNION TWP.J'ASSES Lived With Husband Many Years North of Algona. •f KOSStTTH COUNT* ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA WESTINGHOUSE JOB FOR ALGONA YOUTH * jvtente next Tuesday evening at ' -^ is Bridegroom— i Florence Louise, daughter of] — L and Mrs. S. E. Cotnam, i with s vid Keefe died Tuesday morning at the home of her . virs. John Scholtes, Algon , a -. . Sne was 7e and had been in failing health two months. Mrs. Keefe was born Mary McEnroe April 7, 1866, at St. Louis. When she was still a little girl her mother died, and the children were given out to other families, under supervision of the parish priest. Mrs. Keefe happened to be adopted by a wealthy family, and lived with them till she was 22 years old. She later met Mr. , Keefe, and they were married at Algona April 4, 1899. She had spent some years previous to marriage at Waterloo. Farmed in Kossuth. Mr. and Mrs. Keefe started farming near Bancroft, but came to Union township in 1908. Thev purchased the farm where John Gisch now resides, four miles north of Algona on No. 169, and this was their home till 1920 when they moved to another farm they had purchased, . a mile farther north, the former Max D , au Place. After that they rented out the south farm. Mr. Keefe died a year i; but Mrs. Keefe and the boys remained on the farm for some years. Then the son Robert took charge of the farm, and Mrs •tveefe spent some time with a daughter in Minnesota and with ^°^ Le ?-, F ^ the last five with Mrs. York City. Richardson is a ci- ««-*«*.* wv- v/4. _nj vv d O tcl 10 COllCSl 1 Ames, and had been employed'in New York City sinae graduation' one is a native of Oelwein. ' Mr. Richardson, who was i graduated from the Algona hieh I schoohand Iowa State college,^ now employed in the Bell Laboratories in New Jersey. Meanwhile he is attending Columbia university in free time. Shortly after the first of the year the government sent to the laboratories for men to work on technical problems, and Max was given leave of absence for this purpose . He was sent first to Connecticut, then to Pittsburgh, then to Providence, R. I, where he is stationed at present. \ reception was held at the Y , , c - A " where Mrs. Richardson had been living. Following the reception the newlyweds drove to , New Jersey for the week-end Max s mother, who is deceased was Ida Schichtl before marriage. Girl* ttcnfek— We<sleyan Guild »t the Ambrose A. Call Monday evening. Doris ..,„,„.,„ r \rostam leader, led the grvwjv »» sinning old and new "-"* Mrs. S, W. Meyer, spon- sjwkt- on "Consider the Liland Ruth Turner read scrip- w. This was till September. yellow rose* atwt p«.\»s. She was st traded by her jester KeU-n. who \\vsv a 'navy olvtc cstvss. with cws;vs*o of wl- low rcsscs. The bridegroom wa attended l>y his brother, Melvin Ottosen. Five o'clock dinner was served the bridal couple and relatives a the home of the bride's mother The bride was employed in Algona the past year. The newlyweds left Sunday evening on a honeymoon trip, after which they will be at home on a farm near West Bend. Rachel Becker is Bride Rachel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker. Portland township, and Thees. son of Mr ana Mrs. Henry Schnakenberc Irvington township. -,v=re m-f- ned at 5 o'clock'Sunder afternoon at the Grace Luther-o church. Tuoscn. Ari' TV Rev ' E. Arnold Sitz. pastor". n-:-rfor-T=>.j i a single-ring cererooi '""''' P. E. O. Yearbook is Out— The annual yearbook of Chapter BW here of the P. E. O. sisterhood has just been printed. _ The program committee consists of Lucia Wallace, Borghild Robinson, and Dorothy Dewel Other committees are: flower and visiting, Helen Hutchison, Alice Cowan, and Bertha Cretzmeyer ways and means, Marie Murtagh Violet Miller, Alice Weber, Iren Chnschilles; telephone, Stell Burns and Minnie Coate; audit ing. Hortense Ferguson Highlights of the year's pro •=™ include a chapter luncheon Show*r for Mrs, Barry— i Mrs. Donald Akre, Mrs. Jesse •Beamish, and Dorothy Dailey ; were hostesses at a shower Tues day evening at Mrs. Akre's hon ormg Mrs. Wm. Barry Jr. Four tables of bridge were in play, t - r t' H ? rry Green berg winning high, Mrs. Russell^ Pickett, low. S. S. Class Has Picnic- Eight girls in Joyce Schwarm's Methodist Sunday school class had a picnic Monday afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call state Pf rk ; Lavonne Sabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin: was a guest Six Living Children. ,, Th .^e are six children: Dorothy (Mrs. Garner Ewen), Ambov ' 5=| nelr wtn^efc^'Mi^ Rf3T*n n»»j-5 J- /~t T i "to 1 -*) *»A4.i jij. . .Bernard, at Gait; and Robert, at JJows. There are 12 grandchil- A sister, Mrs. John Caughlin resides at A i a j ""&IAJ..UI, John McEnroe, at St. Louis° ^ .funeral services were held at the Algona Catholic church morning, with burial i u,u ears were Frank gohlhaas. John McEnroe, Louis RnH ' L , eonard Ne.son, Harry Bode, and Andrew Hansen. * Mrs Keefe was a devout Catholic and a member of toe Algona Rosary society. During her residence in Union she was I th ~. * JJJ 5> *-c.t triijOij die-light before an altar' -cor^£- with pink carnation* par) f.—- s " The bride vras artir-a '1 : C" , powder-blue gabardine ~.un v,-th white accessories., and O>-. -,»- f —' shoulder corsaee of carderi^'Vp^ red carnations! The~brV5~-r--.v-r- wore his army uniforri " " ~"""'"" The bride was £rra3tr-if -• •?--,--> the Burt high school ^"]f;'i~"-----" : for the last" five vear="hac" 'b"~ i reporter, bookkeeper, ;nd =-7--'-,"' grapher for the Advance Sb^'4 signed two weeks a ec 7^^'-^ L uc , son ' arriving fan -zf-eV Wednesday. She plan* -.0 jy--^- a stenographic po'sition -.ri : h~~" '• Tucson business firm. "" " j The bridegroom, who had be=n '' farming with his father in Irv- i meton tou-ncV,;^ ^-:«_ to ind in T divis- - • - — — ". Ktui./ JICAI janu an- 12: and election and installa tion of officers and. election of delegates, March 3, 1943. Officers for this year are president. Betty Stillman; vice Victoria Evans; recording secre- ..ary. Helen Brunson; corresponding secretary, Sadie Mawdsley ^^f^ r 'T? u ] . en Harj g; chaplain, Borghild Robinson; guard, Ella Thompson; pianist, Bertha Cretz- n.eyer; custodian, Marie Murtagh. Slagle Will Leave the Seneca School Seneca, May 27 — A farewell party was given at the Seneca school building last Thursday evening for Supt. and Mrs. Francis Slagle, who will move from Seneca to Barnum on June 1. Mr Slagle has accepted a position as superintendent of the Barnum school. The entertainment consisted of a program of readings tap-dancing, and musical numbers. Supt. and Mrs. Slagle were presented with a purse, after which refreshments were served by the Seneca band mothers. Ex-Ledyard Boy is Off for U. S. Army ,nn 6d W May 27 - Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson here, leaves today from Sioux City, his home town for the last several years, to join Uncle Sam's forces. His wife Plans to teach during his absence Kenneth had been in Mu- j , an & Finance employ He and Mrs. Thompson are ^both Mornmgside college graduates, she having majored in music, he in science The couple came Frig ?* *> r , the week-end at the paternal home. JOHN DEERE MEETING. borne 25 John Deere service men in five counties had dinner Mofday noon at the Algona hotel w h * ard . a trade talk by Larry ^f Molme, 111. The men mostly fr 0m the territ f Miller, John Deere traveling resentaUve who lives here! £r ° m the ULCERS OPERATION Irvington, May 27—Roy Clav- *£ h - Graettinger, was brought to the Kossuth hospital last wlek Wednesday evening for an emergency oneration for ulcers of the He was reported doing - -ay. The Claybaughs are Irvington farmers. NAMED TREASURER. 0 . M °i'ningside College, Sioux city, May 25—Clarice Harlan has been chosen treasurer of the Agora (all girl's club) for next year. She is the only freshman named to serve as an officer for the organization. SALE OF MARE. Chicago, May 27 — Joseph E Hynes, Bancroft, recently pur chased a purebred mare, Rose' Ottosen Youth is Married- Nellie, daughter of Mrs. Thos Helgeson, Graettineer, and Al- L 6 n ' ^ e °m? le - Ellingson ' f0tt °- friu""- 7 s^noon at the° Fkst Lutheran church, Graettinger, in tne nresenrp of immediate rela- i-ring ceremony Club Partv Tonight_ The first Country club party of e season will be the annual d ; - reoors party tonight at 7 o'clock £t the clubhouse. This will be an informal event. Persons who attend may play bridge, dance A 1S n ? r P" rsue oth er diversions. ;nHT?K l unch is to be ser ved, and the charge will be 65c a Plate. Bridge and golf prizes will be awarded. Two-ball foursomes atjolf are scheduled to begin at Wa-tan-yans Hear Reports- Twenty members of the Al gona Wa-tan-ye club met at the °"\ a hotel Tuesday eveninj 5 -D lnner ' ^ ar l e en Immer and Rita Dooley, delegates to ,..- convention at Dubuque on ited 8 th e9l cl g u a b Ve w- reP0 ^ tS "^ H^ y ^ 3 * 0 *" n ^° m t a he°host f city. The next meeting will be S. S. Class Will Meet— The L. O. A. class of the 'Congregational Sunday school will meet Thursday evening at 8 o cl °ck at Mrs. M. P. Weaver's, Mrs. H. R. Cowan assisting, and Mrs, Laura Chubb will give a talk on a visit in Washington, D. v. East Pittsburgh, Pa., May 27— Curtis E. Ward, Algona, who will be graduated from Iowa State college on June 6, has already reported to the Westinghouse i Electric & Manufacturing Co. for a company -graduate student course, and is at present stationed at Bloomfield, N. J. One of more than 450 young men selected from colleges and universities throughout the country, Mr. Ward will receive engineering experience and classroom instruction here designed to fit him for active participation in the company's production-for- war program and for future leadership in the electrical industry. Born at Algona, la., Mr. Ward attended the Algona high school and will be graduated from Iowa State college -with a degree in electrical engineering. In college he was secretary of the Theta Chi social fraternity, and he is also a member of Tau Beta Pi, national Honorary engineering fraternity. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Ward, Algona. TT is a condition which confronts us, not a theory. Grovcr Cleveland An oll-qameJ untenct. iMs ocean In lilt innutl mts3tgt to Congreu ly' President Clevcliml in til!. Ht wta discussing the subject el lessened tatitlon. • • VERE WATSON °* Council Bluf fSi \ Republican Candid^ hj Lieutenant Governori ° r • Geographic locatio the itaie ticket, a classes for the good of •nd a desire to assist m campaign next fall, your Picnic for the Sisters- Sister M. Henrietta, music instructor at St. Cecelia's Academy, and her 29 junior choir girls, are entertaining the St. Cecelia Sisters at a picnic supper this after noon and evening at the Ambros A. Call state park. Picnic for the Twogoods— Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falken hamer and Mr. and-Mrs. Eugen Murtagh entertained at a picni for the Twogoods Friday evening at the H. M. Smith farm. There were 24 guests. Summer | Tip a Smart Hoi to I from These NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4904. State of Iowa, Kosuth County, ss District Court, March term. Kossuth County Announcement am a candi date for the G. W. BLEICH To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of J. P. Thilges, de- eased, dated Fabruary 21, 1938 [laving been this day filed, pened and read, Monday, the 2nd day of June, 1942, is \ X< l£ fo ^ hea ring proof of same t the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should no be probated and allowed as and f ° r ^e last Will and Testament of said deceased. t Algona, Iowa, May 26, KATHARINE McEVOY Clerk of District Court By T. HOLTZBAUER, Priced E. C. 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