Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1942 · Page 1
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1942
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COUNTY ADVANCES, ALQONA. IOWA ^» ' " ' — l ^^ — •"^^^"""^•'^^•••••^^•••••••^•••••^••^••••••••••••••^^^•••^••••^•^ M John Ed en, Wesleyan Many Years, Dies Sunday TWO SONS AND TWO DAUGHTERS ARE SURVIVORS Wesley, June 24—John Eden, 76, died Sunday at his son Nick's, West Liberty. The body arrived here Tuesday morning, and was taken to his daughter Mrs. Elmer Hauptly's, where family services were held preceding public ser vices in the afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. J. A Riggs officiating. Mr. Eden was born at Foreston 111., May 3, 1866, and was brought to Iowa by his parents when he was six. They settled near Grundy Center, but John later came here and lived in the Woden and Wesley vicinities 53 years, retiring to Wesley 19 years ago. His wife died in the following year. Mr. Eden left two sons, W. J. Eden, Wesley, and Nick; also two FENTON SHORTS daughters, Mrs. (Cora) William Hauptly, Woden, and the Mrs. (Mary) Hauptly here. One grandson and eight granddaughters survive. In the last few years Mr. Eden had spent winters with his children. Pallbearers were Andy Phillips and Edw. Wood, Woden; Henry Funnemark. Glaus Tjarks, Guy M. Butts, and A. M. Lease. Interment was made in the Evergreen cemetery beside the grave of Mrs. Eden. Matern Sisters Visit Mother Sister Illuminata, Milwaukee, is spending some weeks at her parental. Mrs. Elizabeth Matern's. She is the former Helen Matern. Sister Hertula, nee Ida Matern, now of Omaha, is also here for a few weeks . Mrs. Matern's sister, Mrs. Anna Matern, Odel, 111., is another guest at the Matern -— ..„„ „ i , cull home. Mrs. Ray Vogel, the for- Island Sunday S. C. S. met Friday at Mrs. Rex Wolfe's, Mrs. Robert Htskamp assisting. Seven members were present, and Mrs. Jennie Armstrong and Elda Haack were guests. Devotions were led by Mrs. Fred Mortenson. This circle will have no meetings in July and August. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Merwin Widdel, Mrs. -C. C. Voigt assisting. The C. H. Becks attended a Rath reunion at Interlaken Sunday. The William Raths and Lawrence Rath, Lone Rock, were also there, with relatives from points in Minnesota and Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack visited Mrs. Emelie Seims, Whittemore, Sunday night. Virginia, daughter of Mrs. B. G. Berkelands, will begin nurses' training July 13 at St. Luke's hospital, Duluth. Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and Edith caleld at Erick Nelson's and John Byson's, Algona. Sunday. Phyllis King is visiting the Jos. Kings, Estherville, two weeks ind her sister Betty Lou is here or two weeks at William Alder- on's. Mrs. William Alderson has received word of the death of Me thodist^W. p Denker returned to Lester Mon day, accompanied by Mrs. Den ker. The Lewis Reeds, Algona, vis ited Sunday at Raymond Stoe ber's. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, o Armstrong, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Emma Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell son Dale, and Elaine, Marie, anc Anna Marie Mitcheir'attended a Luther League meeting Sunday at the State Line church, north of Estherville. Robert Ryno, Fort Dodge, is visiting his cousin Robert Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter attended a Dutton reunion Saturday at Algona. „ ^,j_ viii^ v_*v_cn.«i \JJL Cl cousin, Mrs. Celia Ericksen, of Kankakee, 111. The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman left Sunday for Mason City to call on Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod patient at the Park hospital there, and thence went to Ames for a visit till late this week at Charles Callahan's. Hugo Denker, of Lester, was a dinner guest' Sunday at W. J Weisbrod's. He was en route to Uakdale to see his wife. Mr baughs, was brought home fol- few weeks at Scranton. a fishing outins at T n<;t . , - mer Stella Matern, and three I Mr. and Mrs. William Nadel- childrcn expect to leave for their hoffer and Evelyn Haynes Ham- hn™ at An. A^, ™;M, — I ™ FAREWELLS FOR SENEGA YOUTH JOINING ARMY Seneca, June 24—Jay Thompson was honor guest at. several son. Jay is the second young man to leave from the Seneca congregation. Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, left several months ago. Aid Has Birthday Party— The Aid held an annual birthday party, with other friends, in the church basement last Thursday. A program was given. Everyone joined in the Birthday song, which was followed by a hymn, after which Mrs. Peter Thorson conducted devotions. Ruby Cherland gave a reading, and La Vonne Bailey and Jeanne Wilberg played two clarinet duets. Francis Halverson read The House by the Side of the Road. The birthday offering, which amounted to $17,45, was received, each member giving jennies according to her years. The program ended with group singing. GARDNERS IN REUNION AT BURTSUNDAY Union Twp., June 23 "Gardner" family reunion held annually took place Sunday at Charles Patterson's, near Burt, and a picnic dinner was served. From Union attending were Mr. and Mrs. Delos Gardner, son Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. smaii BOH Diajiiu 10 jc.sinervine Mrs. Howard Raney and Mr. and Monday for medical treatment. .It | Mrs. Sherwood Potter also at- was planned to have a swollen tended, and from Irvington were '--'-' -'--'*• - Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mr. Anna Osborn, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Goetsch, Fenton, the Otto Kellys, Swea City, and the William Browns, Armstrong. Army Brother is Cook— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards Spirit Lake callers last They visited one of Mrs. Richards' brothers who was at home on furlough. He is a cook on an army transport. Boy's Swollen Gland Lanced— Mrs. Millen Jensen took her small son Elaine to Estherville were week. facial gland lanced. Message to Seneca Dad— Albin Nelson received Father's day greetings from his daughter Pearl by long distance telephone :rom Denver. Voight Oklahoma Sister Sick— Charles Voight, accompanie )y his sisters, Mesdames Jak Zwiefel, Frank Weisbrod, an ake Hayenga, Eagle Bend Minn., left by car Friday fo IHchita, Okla., called by word o he serious illness of a sister They expected to be gone abou week. enecan's Nephew in Army— Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson and „_ O v>^.k>w u I* at V CJL C»A *•* "•*•** «•»« 4 i* AW. .LI ClQUli C*I JL homes the past week. . Frances were Sunday afternoon Last Sunday .he and Mr and Callers at Omer Edwards', near •• — West Bend. Two of the Edwards sons are awaiting call to the armed services, while two others are already in the army. Mrs . . Mrs. Kenneth Thompson were dinner guests at Carl Hauge's, near Leland, and Tuesday evening they were guests at Mildred and Henry Wilberg's. Wednesday evening they were entertained at Mrs. Anna Osborn's, Fenton; Thursday evening they were supper guests at the Kenneth Halverson's; and Friday evening they were supper guests at Carl Mathson's. They were dinner guests at Jennie Jensen's, Ring- On Friday evening Jay was lonored at a farewell party at home at Ann Arbor, this week. late mond> Ind>> . a week at the women's parental Haynes home. Mrs. Nadelhoffer Haynes . is the former with the former's parents Mr ?"* ^rs. Albert Kleinpeter.'Mrs! Leo Bleich, attending summer school at Cedar Falls spent The weekend with her family here Paqes Are Home Again— Jayne Specht, Oskaloosa, spent last week at her sister Mrs. Morris Page's, and all had an outing ^^ ivcllu j at the Okobojis last Thursday, two children spent Supt. and Mrs. Page returned one "• :i1 - " day last week from Oskaloosa, where they hud been at their respective parental homes s i x weeks. Mr. Pape spent a week at the Hawkeye Boys' State. Grinnell. where he was a counselor, a position he has held fivo years. Jean Strieker is Bride— The Lon Gouges attended a shower for Jean Strieker at her home near Clear Lake Sunday. June 14. The Strickers moved there from a farm north of Wesley March 1. Jean was married Tuesday to Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser, Algona, at St. Cecelia's church, Algona. The Gouges attended a reception for the newlyweds at the Algona hotel. . Martha g ° and week —- " *"*^-rv*_ji ^Ictl Ly &\, the Seneca Lutheran church with about 50 families present including relatives, neighbors' and friends. A program was given, after which he was presented with a gift and a testament Refreshments were served. Early Saturday morning Jay left with Leo Klein and a youth named Smith, from Armstrong for Des Moines, where they were inducted into the army. Henry Wilberg took the boys down in his car, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomp- ./ -" VA**_ ui.jiij', .wijLa Edwards and Mrs. Nelson are sisters. Gets Job in Minnesota— Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, of Ringsted, spent several days last week at Millen Jensen's. She returned to her home at Ringsted Thursday, preparatory to her departure for Northfield, Minn., where she has secured work during the summer. Pastor Problem Discussed Dr. Astrup Larson, Minneapolis, was at J. H. Jensen's Saturday evening to meet with a "call" committee of the local church about calling a minister to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of the Rev. S. O. Sande which will take effect October 1. Osborns in Family Picnic— The Osborn families had a family picnic and get-together at Interlaken Sunday. Attending: the Clarence and Earl Osborns, Mrs Jensen Reunion Dated— The annual Jensen reunion will be held at the Ringsted park next Sunday. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halverson, the Otto Wil- bergs, and Mesdames Linus Jensen and Ronald Carey spent Thursday evening at Carl Halverson s, near Armstrong. One of the Halverson sons was spending a furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen and son, accompanied by Mrs. Emma Petersen, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit the Fred Johnsons (Verna Petersen) and the Floyd Petersens. Floyd, who had been suffering three weeks with inflammatory rheumatism was somewhat improved. Charles Osborn and Marjorie drove to Charles City Sunday to meet and bring home the former s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Osborn, who had been visit- ng a few weeks at the Turner home at La Porte City. At •harles City the Osborns visited he Neal Osborns. Mrs. Chas. Osborn accompan- ed her mother, Mrs. Chris Madison to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to consult a physician concerning Mrs. Madison's health She has been suffering from arth- 'itis in one knee. nmunson OPTOfflCTRIST Catholic Sisters in Visit— Sister Edmund, the former Helen Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman, of Dubuque, visited her sister, Mrs. Ray Ricke, and other relatives here last week. Sister Rosalina, Dubuque, who visited her mother, Mrs. Mike Wingert, is the former Celestina Wingert. Soldier Here on Furlough— Harold Hansen, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., is spending a furlough at the parental Mrs. Johanna Hansen's. Other Sunday dinner guests there were the Paul Engens, Laura Hansen, California, and Mrs. Carl Fritz, Mapleton, Minn. Surprise for Edw. Hildman— A surprise birthday party was given at Edw. Hildman's Friday evening for Mr. Hildman. At 500 high prize went to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, low to Mr. and Mrs Tom Forburgcr, travel to Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum. Son for Ex-Wesleyans— A boy, Paul Keith, was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddings, Algona, former Wesleyans who have two other sons. Mr. Giddings is employed at the Gamble store there. New Man at Bauer's— George Wesling, Renwick, is now employed at R. C. Bauer's, and will move his family here as soon as living quarters can be found. ^ Woodward's Bnng Algona and Surrounding Trade Te rritory the Season's First PRICE SLASHING SALE Actually a-JuV Clearance Sale in June. Buy your 4th of July Outfit, at Sale" Your choice of our "Happy Home" or Ladie Lassie — brand new $1.57 value SHEER DRESSES Choice of any Ladies' • SPRING COAT 1 „ Not a ''carry over" in A AY f the group. OWll Save $4.00 to $6.00 Choice of any Dress in the store. Values to 9.80 and including those famous TOSTOH MAIDS' JtX*PS!**"» I *» "9- $4 Dresses, $2.98 New Home for ihe C. D. A The C. D. A.'s have moved from rooms in the Kunz building to the new parish hall below the Catholic church. S KM " s "Wesleyans to New Home — The Roman Eisenbachers have moved to Fostoria. Mr. Eisenbacher now operates a meat locker there. Church Picnic Announced — A St. Joseph's parish picnic will be h4M Sunday. Other Wesley News. The DalevSilbaughs, Scarton, •were week-end guests at James Silbaugh's. The men are brothers. Robert, son of the local Sil? RUPTURED? The NEW LARKOTEX VACU- MATIC TRUSS holds reducible fiernla, and can be worn with comfort and safety. If you are wearing an old style Truss, come In today, and let us enow you this amazing new appll. ance that every user praises. We stand behind the NEW LARKOTEX VACUMATIC TRUSS .100%, Lusby & Giocsi at the unbeatable price of Approximately 500 pai *« . CI A T We Sell Ww Savings Stamps OODWARD'O "Lead the Price Field" ^ fcTJ'. •*•.?? .T.I '!-•&:••: *TJLJ. I Mil I* 4TJ-tLJ| -L4.U£^1.1 J- - v , and Mrs. Lyle Raney. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker, Hobarton, and Russell Patterson were others in attendance. Daughter for the Goulds— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould are parents of a daughter, born at the Kossuth hospital Monday, the second daughter. There are also three sons. The baby weighed five pounds. Ml*. Gould was Fidelis Arndorfef. .The Goulds live at Litchfleld. Minn,, but liv ed in Union" prior to moving there. • • • J.'^ To Work in tkftiu* Mini- Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Heise, of Corwith, are visiting the Robert Sarchets. The Heises have us1 finished a course at Plainvlew on construction of airplane parts, and now plan to enter a defense plant somewhere soon, Mrs, Heise was formerly Jean Marie Sarchet. Engagement is Announced— The engagement has been announced of William Tjaden, Union, and Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- Ralph Morgan, Cresco township. William is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden, Union farmers. Other Union New§. Mrs. Albert Gould, Litchfield, Minn., and her children are guests at Mrs. Gould's brother Sylvester Arndorfer's here and of the parental Arndorfers in Cresco township. Mrs. Gould attended th6 funeral of her grandfather, Barney Erdman, Tuesday! niorning. 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