Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1943 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1943
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MARCH 16. KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCK. ALOONA. IOWA .__^____ . _ WesleyFarmT^Wife~Dics in Minnesota PAGE BURIAL RITES THURSDAY AT THE OLD HOME utolev Mar. 15-The body of, , Kate Eisenbacher, 75, ar-! ^Thursday from St. James, r>Y ed T lTlay in state at Igna-«v,«^'a from 3 to 4 p. _** w\ n/4n if* df Squad ieTwo children, Hilda and Ray- Tnre dead, but surviving are """"'nf George, St. James, and ffi EvanlMnn., also a daugh-, S fe. (Rena) Julius Poss, Ash-, to «/rr nnd Mrs. Eisenbacher mov- edtere from Illinois in 1904 and fhov lived on a farm south of Swn where the James Hilfertys now live, but in 1914, nine years after Funk's death Mrs. Eisen- bacher'and the children moved t0 Mrs Eisenbacher was ahos- oltal patient eight months^prior to death, which was caused by a cfrnke and heart disease. St The deceased's nephew, Father Tinus Eisenbacher,'Port Dodge, Bed Father L N. Klein, pas- fnr at the burial service. Pall- Ipi-ers were Jos. Studer, Clarence and Charles Nelson, John, and Vincent Eisenbacher, and Norbert Hilbert. .Requiem mass was held at St.'James last week Tuesday morning at 7:30. Out of town persons who attended the burial were Mr. and Mrs Poss, son Richard; the Paul Eise'nbachers; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Toillion, Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merriam, Lu Verne, son Philip. To Victory Garden! Meeting— Mrs. Fred Diekmann, Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Mrs. Tillie Loebig, Mrs. J. L. Studer, Mrs. Esther Skow, Mrs. Ben Schrauth, and Bernice Hildman, attended a Victory garden meeting at the Algona high school building Thursday. A. L. Brown, county extension director, outlined plans and gave production information, and Alma Schultz, county home economist, gave nutrition and canning helps. The Wesley program will be under direction of the 0. C. D. block leaders headed by Mrs. Diekmann. Soldiers Back to Camps— Pfc. • Edward ' Lickteig left Thursday for Fort Worden, Wash., following a 15-day furlough at his parental Louis Lick- j teig's. Cpl. Louis Simpson left for Camp Bowie, Tex., after a furlough at his parental Carson Simpson's. Louis had been at Fort Knox, Ky. Cpl. Rupert Young left Saturday from Mason City for Fort Lewis, Wash., after a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young. Schoolgirl's Birthday Observed- Carmen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Silbaugh, was nine Saturday and entertained her classmates at a birthday party at home Friday after school, Games were played and gifts left. Mrs. Silbaugh served refreshments. at Mason City, and was squad is rated one of the best The cut is the courtesy of *"" lo right: E ^ thai captured the Sioux City Diocese tourna- «"» * _ _ the district basketball tourney finals by the Mason City team. The Mason City " battle in the final game. Fath « N - J - Decker, athletic director and coach; Richard Garry. " 1 BU1 * Vincent Nurre, USW WOMEN AT LUVERNE NAME SET OFFICERS Lu Verne, and is well known here. Mrs. Lee Wilson' of Hardy, has been elected to complete the year as primary teacher. Goes to Visit Husband— Mrs. Roy Guy left last week Tuesday for a few days with Mr. Guy, who is employed at defense work at the John Deere plant at Moline, 111. The three small sons, Lu Verne, Mar. 15—The United | Joe > Jerry, and John, went by Service Women met at the com- train tha t morning to Burt to munity hall last week Monday stav with an aunt during their evening, and officers were elected: Mrs. Helene Trauger, reelected president; Mrs. William Ristau, vice; Mrs. Wilson Legler, secretary-treasurer to take the place of Doris Eggleston, who recently joined the WAVES; Mrs. J. A. Nelson, historian; Mrs. F. I. Chapman, chairman committee. Good Will The executive committee consists of Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, Mrs. Lillie Hesse, and Mrs. C. O. McClellan. Mrs. Floyd Smith, Mrs. Harry Lichty, and Mrs. Roy Brayton were appointed membership committee. The women have been making pieced woolen comforters to be sent to Camp Lee, Va., and a shipment of ten was sent last week. mother's absence. Other Ln Verne 3ews. Mrs. L. Wittenburg, Mrs. Gus Baessler, and Mrs. Richard Wegner were hostesses to the Band Mothers club at the last meeV*Jig in the music room at the schoolhouse Wednesday evening. Fourteen members were present, and Presbyterian Women's association and the families was planned at a meeting of that group at Mrs. F. I. Chapman's Wednesday. The annual election of officers will be held, and reports of officers will be given. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence have moved to Lu Verne from Gilbert, and are now at home in the Fred Legler residence in the AUXILIARY AT OTTOSEN SEWS CARPET RAGS Ottosen, Mar. 15—The Legion Auxiliary met at Mrs. Clara Solberg's Tuesday for an all-day session at sewing carpet-rags. The unit donated $5 in the Red Cross drive, also $5 for a service honor roll board the Ottosen school is sponsoring. It was decided to meet this week Tuesday at Mrs. Hannah Hanson's for another all- day meeting at sewing carpet I rags. The next regular meeting will be held April 13 at Mrs. Roy Jacobson's, when cookies will be packed for service boys who have left since the last boxes of cookies were sent. Lutheran Women Meet Wednes.- The Lutheran women met last Wednesday at the church, President Mrs. Henry Lovig presidr ing, and devotions were conducted by the Rev. J. O. Wangberg. A reading was given by Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl; music by Willis and Donald Puff; a reading by Mrs. Ralph Richards; music by Charlotte and Rosemary Jacobson. The women voted a donation to the Red Cross drive. Plans were discussed for painting in the church. The Grace Song was sung, after which the Lord's Prayer was repeated. Lunch was, served by the hostesses, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and Mrs. Antone Speich. Rusal Club Program Given— The Rural club met Thursday at Mrs. Earl Long's, and scripture was read by the hostess. Annie Laurie was sung. The club were given to Clyde Bravender, high, Chester Alme, low. Travel went to Mrs. Bavender. Four Corners Birthday Dinner Served— Mr. and Mrs. James Struthers entertained the Watson Struthers, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Struthers, j daughter Naomi, and Muriel Zinnel at last week Sunday evening dinner in honor of the daughter Marguerite's birthday. T. B. Seal Meeting Here— The Rev. Mr. Williams, Mr. Mr. Boothroyd, Miss Sinclair, and Mrs. Sidney Parsons, all of Humboldt, attended a lubercuosis seal i meeting at thc home of Mrs. "alph Richard's Friday. wo Soldiers Transferred — Pvt. Harold Kropf has been •ansferred to a fighter squadron t an army air base. Other Ottosen News. The Ernest Enocksons and Mr. nd Mrs. John Starin were Fri- ay visitors at William Cooper's, ear Rutland, and called on Mrs. lelen Campbell at Warren Daiy's. The Donald Coopers, of West lend, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph iooper were last week Tuesday vening guests at George Coop- r's. Mrs. Herman Kramer visited ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. 'abor, Humboldt, last week i'uesday. Mrs. Edw. Edwards, Algona, 'isited her mother, Mrs. Amelia Watnem, Thursday afternoon. Harold Jacobson spent last week Tuesday with his son Richrd at the state university. Pvt. A. C. Starin is now at the fefferson Barracks, near St. r. n ..4.U A i. £ i mi Xlit AJOUAAC W«0 DUIlg. A 11C U1UU southeast part of town. They voted to donate $5 to the Red have purchased the farm where - - - the John Olsons have been living, and they have a tenant there. Cross. Part of the afternoon was spent at sewing for the Red Cross. A lesson on Pierre Layal, France, „ .,, , , ,, , ., — ----.-' iwas given by Mrs. Roy Jacobson, will be held at the community and the Readers' Digest was re- hall next week Monday evening, sponsored by the Progressive Women's club, and the proceeds will be used for a community project. Alfred Blatti, who lived with the evening was spent in a social j his sister, the late Mrs. Anna mannr, with refreshments served j Knary, previous to her death, has at the close. left to live at Mantorville, Minn. A 6:30 dinner on March 24 for'He had been at Emmett Knary's members and friends of the local! for several weeks. viewed by Mrs. Watson Struthers. Special features of the program were little nursery rhymes sung by Marilyn Long. Mrs. Arthur Tabor was a guest. Card Club Has Session— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer entertained their card club last Wednesday evening. Progressive "500" was played, and prizes School Director is Named — Dr. H. H. Raney, local veterinarian, has been elected school director for three years to succeed H. J. Sherman. Only 33 votes wore cast at the election last week Monday. World Prayer Day Observed— The Methodists observed the World Day of Prayer Friday. A covered-dish lunch was served. First observance of the day was in 1887, and it is now observed in 50 countries. First Baby for Schwartzes— A boy was born to Mr.- and Mrs. William Schwartz, Mason City, Tuesday, March 2. This is a first child. Mrs. Schwartz is the former Louisa Fox, daughter of Frank Fox. More Workers Are Wanted— More workers are wanted at we local surgical dressing rooms Tuesday and Friday afternoons ? ncl evenings, The local quota for March and April is 10,000 dressings, Public Card Party Dated— A public card; party will be "eld m the lodge room in the exchange State bank basement this week Thursday evening. Other Wesley UTews. niH Methodist W. S. C. S. will stol a c b . ake sale at the Kraus store Saturday, April 24. The MM D circle wiU^meet with we!in ? en Eden this week v^li r d ? y 'u. The Dorcas circle w h ^ et thls week Wednesday Stitl ^ rs ' Ben Hopkins. The af eSn and 9S*J circle, the same W1 *h Mrs. Morris Page; g Da wson and Mrs. Bra . ey attended a Red ^V 1 ^ at the public li* A 0113 Thursday. Mrs. Johnson noon Ai gona the same after- carpet-rag President Mrs. Project l° Pm f- n attende <l a., home nil's lit ^u 8 ^ innie «on ^ ** A les- h( *e. pf wa * absent due to youngest son . the weekend B an N - V. A. Minn. Vitzthum Church Circles to Meet— The Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday as follows: 1, with Mrs. John Voss Jr., Mrs. John Voss Sr. assisting; 2, at Mrs. Kate Barton's, Mrs. Elmer Hunt assisting; 3, at the community I hall, Mrs. D. D. Broadie and Myr' tie Jordan hostesses. The society had a party last Wednesday afternoon, and after a program lunch was served, all items on the menu without silverware, even the coffee served with all-day suckers for spoons and sweetening. Birthday is Observed— The Tuesday club met last week with Anna Woito, 16 members attending, and Mrs. S. F. Phillips, a former member, rejoined the club. Thc birthdays of Mrs. H. E. Peitzke and Mrs. William Woito, charter members, were honored by serving a birthday cake baked by Mrs, John Voss Sr. Mrs. Edw. Wolf read a paper on present-day emigration^! and immigration. Hulda Fritze-' meier will be hostess at the next meeting March 23. Cemetery Meeting Held— Some 25 women were present Thursday, when Mrs. Phil Henderson, Mrs. Grant Henderson, Mrs. Ted Johnson, and Mrs. P. C. Lichty were • hostesses to the Cemetery association at the community hall. After routine business Mrs. F. I. Chapman gave a group of readings of a patriotic nature. Hostesses for the April meeting will be Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mrs. Emmet Knary, Mrs. William Klawitter, and Grace Lichty. Attended Veterans' Reunion- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Dimler, with the daughter Vera, were at Des Moines last week' Sunday and attended a reunion there of the Iowa chapter of the Rainbow division of World War I veterans held at the Kirkwood hotel. They called on Shirley and Kathenne Dimler, who are employed there. Mrs. R. M. Dimler accompanied them to visit her sister, Mrs. Jasper Vaughn. Three to H. C. Meeting— : Mrs. R. L. Corbin, Mrs. William Moeding, and Mrs. Irvm Chapman attended a board meeting of the county Red Cross at Algona Thursday. The county has been re-districted, and the Lu Verne branch now includes Riverdale, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships, also the town of Lu Verne. There are 12 branches in the county. Vernon Teacher Resigns— Verna Parks, teacher at the Vernon consolidated school for some.years, has resigned because of poor health, and has gone to her home at Fredencksburg She is a sister of Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylon Vitzthum, with papering last week. Mrs Roy Kollasch and Mrs. James Silbaugh visited the former's parents near West Bend Thursday. ., ,, Jurgen Skow attended an R. E A meeting at Humboldt last week Tuesday. . .... +Vlo The Robert Kams visited the parental Edw. Hildmans Friday Size 7 to 14 6.95 14.95 "lore arc darling: coats and suits for the darlings of every household!! 1 hey're made on grown-up lines and are as trimly smart as they can be. Chesterfield, fly front, wraparound and reefer silhouettes Children's gabardine raincoats 4.45 Navy, light Blue, Gray Beige, Light Green, Bed, Brown, Kelly Green, Aqua Children's Store on our Second Floor. SKY'S . Le Roy Worby spent Friday at Max Clark's, near Rolfe. The Mothers & Daughters club will meet this week Thursday at Edna Mitchell's, Jessie Elmore assisting, and election of officers will be held. Donna Jean Mitchell will give a solo. Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom and Mrs. Otto Harlan entertained the Four Corners club and the families at a "500" party at the Algona Legion hall Friday evening. Neighbors ana other friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee gathered at John Rich's last week Sunday to help the Lees celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Dinner was served, and a purse was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Some 100 Four Corners M. & D. club members and the families were at the Algona Legion hall a week ago Friday evening for a club meeting and a farewell party in honor of Mrs. Earl Miller, who left next morning for McCook, Neb., to join her husband, who is in defense employ there. Lunch was served by a committee consisting of Everett Witham, Otto Harlan, and Cecil Bjustrom, and a gift was presented to Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Robert Walker *,« brought home from the McCreerjr hospital at Whittemore one day last week, William Drayton was taken by- surprise one evening recently, when 20 families and other friends dropped in for a party and gifts in his honor. After he had unwrapped the gifts, "500" was played at five tables. Lunch furnished by the guests was served. CLOSING OUT SALE. Grant Twp., Mar. ,15—A large crowd attended Henry Kelling's closing out farm sale Wednesday. Mr. KelHng recently sold his; farm, which had been his home 51 years, to Maynard Krosch, and is moving to Goldfield. Lars Skaar is moving the household goods. Goldfield and Renwick are the old home communities of the Rollings. THRRi New Spring Beauties FASHION STARS Wonder DRESSES Just returned' from a very successful market trip—and have a nice selection of these popular Suits in many different fabrics and styles— It's smart to look pretty this Spring! Catch all eyes in one of these pretty Hats-«trftw», Felts, and Fabrics. New Shipment Just In V")« *<*-*> r,< "£=/• Lovely navy dresses in white and pink trim. All sizes in one or two-piece styles. $6.95 $9.95 f 15,95 KRESENSKY'S

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