Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1944 · Page 5
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f-Otra TWO FORMER BURT TEACHERS IN THE MOVIES Burt, Aug. 9— An item in Monday's Des Moines Register reported Donald E. Weir, superintendent of the Adel schools, has been elected superintendent by the Jefferson school board. Mr. Weir was superintendent at Adel nine years and Mrs. Weir has taught for more than two years in the Adel schools. They have three children, Donald, Janice, and Katherine. Mr. Weis was superintendent of the Burt school several years, going to Adel and both Mr. and Mrs. Weir were active in church and school affairs here. Another item in the same paper tells that Sigurd Fardal, teacher of band in the Adel school for eight years, is to be band and orchestra leader in the Forest City school. Mr. Fardal also was band instructor in Burt before going to Adel. Mrs. Fardal is a former Algona girl. Birtday Group Meets — The Friendly Birthday Circle met at Mrs. G. W. Bleich's Sunday evening to ' help her celebrate her birthday. The Women belonging to this group are Mrs. Haase , Mrs. George Koestler, Mrs. Bertha Koestler, Mrs. Henry Weiner, Mrs. Anna Reimcrs, Mrs. Edw. Bicrstcdt, Mrs. L. Richmann, Mrs. Henry Kueck, Mrs. Floyd Koepke, Mrs. Louis Riedel, and Mrs. Blcich. This group meets only on a member's birthday. Planning the Next Objective ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA *. --v, 1 * " ™»"-x:?—¥?*.^w| Tn «!,„ ™,i r »> , , Army Signal Corps Photo in the yard of a French farm in Normandy from which they have just move Th^rn!! S " ip f ?' tllICEC A" lt<rica " douffhboys map out their next T^bo^sVXthcm'up " =CU 10rWilrd! " y ° UrS Sh °" Id b r "** ""^ 1 From U. S, Treasury SENECA The Jens Polorsen homo was the scene of an Deling family re- I Mrs. Norman Thompson and La I Vonne, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughters spent Sunday _ afternoon at Bertyl Berk' land's home, near Fenton. Duri ing the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Attends Nephew's Funeral— Mrs. Chris Bolie, who had spent the past three weeks at' Wapello, returned home Salur-' day evening. She had been visiting her sisters and also attend-, cd the funeral of a nephew. The • young man was injured several' months ago while on maneuvers I and the injury resulted in his' death. Picniclc at Algona Pool— Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove and children attended a Hardgrpvc family picnic at the swimming pool park in Algona Sunday. The gathering was in honor of Jahu Hardgrove, who is home on leave after finishing his boot training at Farragut, Ida. Soldier Has Operation— Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy went to Mason City Sunday to get their son Sgt. Dale Kennedy, who will spend his furlough here. Sergeant Kennedy had an operation a few weeks ago and is home to rest. Woman. 94, Breaks Hip— Mrs. Will Ringsdorf received word recently that her mother,! Mrs. Jennie Davidson, had brok- j .en her hip. Mrs. Davidson, who is past 94 years, has visited in Burt and is well known here. She lives with a son at Osceola. Soldier Gels Chicken— 'Mrs. Schichtl received word. from her son this week that he has been promoted to staff scr- ] geant, 'He said, they had a din-' npr'.'w.ith. chicken and ice cream,' and'whercever he-is that's a treat! : not had often. from Ringsted. some from Hum- ' bolclt, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert; Seneca community. j The Modern Mixers club met at Robert Bun's iast week i Wednesday. Mrs. Cecil Anderson ! had charge of the entertainment. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peter-' sen and Richard and Mrs. Emma i Petcrsen spent Sunday with Mrs. ! Ena Thompson, helping her observe her 79th birthday annivers-j ary. ' , Sunday guests at the Ole Pedersen home were Mr. and Mrs. • Martin Oleson. Mrs. Rudy Chris- - tenscn and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nelson, all oi" Haifa; also the Dale Lang family, Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwcnn and Norma Jean, of Fenton. j Last week Monday guests at A. E. Nelson's were Mr. and Mrs. Hale Halvenson. Humboklt: Mrs. Laura McCutcheon, of Denver, Sheridan, 111. ' *' ° ; The Curtis Ocson family, Mr. ' and Mrs. Sam Oleson, Mr. and for the Veteran's hospitals. | Mrs. Hiram Ward, daughter' Nellie, visited Mrs. 'Brace at the S. E. Straley home in Fenton Thursday. The Legion Auxiliary sewing ! meeting was held Wednesday af- i Ititnoo'n 'at. Mrs. Harold Holm-' Women Conduct Services- Mathodist church is with- j out. a pastor since the Rev. Perry 1 Hanson moved, and Sunday the' girls and • women--of the church had charge of the services. Hasse is in France— | Captain Albert Hasse has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! ;;Gary. Schichtl spent 'last.-week,' inv Algona 'at the : .home of his-' au'nt,-Mrs. Henry Johannesen. ! TThe U. S. W. will have a sewing meeting at the schoolhousc Friday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Vogel is in Iowa City visiting her daughter Mrs. Robert Melville. Mrs. M. E. Polhemus entertained the Sewing Sircle Friday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Marcus entertained the Birthday Circle Friday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Reynolds entertained Berk land's parents. Edna Eirners, Mrs. Evelyn Hanson and Harriett, and Alice Oleson left Sunday for a week's vacation at Clear Lake. William Osborn has not been enjoying the best of health the p.-ot few weeks and requires a physician's care frequently. Clifford Pringle, Clarion, who formerly stayed at the Clarence Petersen home and attended Sen- rca school, was a guest the early part of the week at Albert Cody's. The Carl Mathson family spent Sunday at Kenneth Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston and Virgil and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston drove to Fort Snclling Sunday to spend the clay with Emory. Emory, who was inducted into the service a week ago Wednesday, lias been detained at Minneapolis for additional examinations. Reports are that he was ill_for a time after induction. Senecans returning home after a wuek y.t various Bible camps at Lake Okoboji were Maxinc and Helen Cody, Wanda and Gerald Oleson, Sherwood and David Jensen and Jackie Looft. Mrs. Fred Brown, who attended a Mi;i!iodist.Bii;!o conference there last week expected to return home Sunday. . The Albert Codys enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mr. Cody's J'athc-r .Ed Cody.'.cmd sister Mrs. Herbert Dehlih; G.cjjo'a>,011. Mr. and Mrs.'Fioya-'Thoni-as-'ind children, of Rockwell, ' ari$ Mrs. Thomas Cody and twin^boys, of Uockford, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests there.'; Mr. and Mrs. Wm.-rPetersen and children, Portland,,£>rc., visited, over thc ; weekend-! at Carl Odea's. Mr. Potersen' is Mrs. Odun's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jensen look their sons Sherwood and David to .the Okobojis Monday, where the boys spent the past week at the Lutheran Bible home Tuesday. They/drove after them again on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson accompanied .Mrs.; Otto Wilberg and Mrs. Lenus Jensen to Esthcr- ville Wednesday 'afternoon,where they attended funeral services for a brother of 'Bert Anderson, of the Ringsted community, who had been visiting h6re from Chicago. Mr. Anderson was bitten on. the neck- by a. poisonous insect, possibly a spider, which resulted in his hasty death. Services were field at;e( funeral home at Esthervillc^.frbni Where the body WBs^tWbjcYshipiibd to Illinois for bfirial.'?'••.• '•• &•?; • Mr. and Mrs. Cl&rehco bsborn and children -wpre. Friday nig>ht visitors at the"- William Brown home near Armstrong;- -• The Mcrwin Widdels, Fenton, were Sunday guests at C. C. Voigt's. , Sexton Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson,- Glcnnda Sue, and their guests, Mrs. Rachel Nelson- and Martha Anderson, called at Francis Sanford's, Lu Verne,' last week Tuesday. A dinner was given Sunday at Joe Krcip's. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Tex, Marcottc and son Dickie, Momencc, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Forburger, Kenneth, Tommy, and Ruth, of Wesley; Vera Forburger, S. N.', Mason City; Mr. and . Mrs. -N. J. Kreips, Algona; Larry Youngwirth and Jim Smith, Mason City. . . ;f •'" . Pfc. Albert Grahdjennctt, of Camp Ruchcr, Ala., .Qpl. Everett,' Frimrhl, Cedar' RajJids, visited, their friend Joe Kreips and fam- J ily Friday arid Sunday Afternoon. Mr. and^Mrs. MJ-'d. Gabrielson, i Dorothy and Gerald,- tof .Webster City, came Friday- tq'visit at their ' son Glenn Gabrielsdrijft Saturday they all went iff..West Bend to visit the Grotto. Sunday they, were dinner guests at- Julius ; Heng's, Clear Lake. • Gaynell Gabrielson, . 0 £ Ames, and her friend! Ardic Boyd, and i Dorothy Gabrielson are visiting > a few days at their brother Glenn Gabriclson's. Supt. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin and Grandpa Hodgin, of Green-! ville, visited Sunday at the par-' ental Harvey Steven's. ' Francis McMa-hbri*' and his brother, Coast Guardsman Chas. McMahon, arrived on the train Monday morning from Chicago,' where they had been, to attend the funeral of their brother- i n- i law, Charles Bischcll. Charles came from his camp in New Orleans direct to Chicago but will visit with his mother, Mrs. Essie McMahon, who is ill, before re- ; turning to camp. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brandow and baby, of Algona, were Sun-! day afternoon visitors at August; The William'Green family,: of Algona, were in Sexton Sunday evening visi}mft-: ( tyith old friends i Schwieierl in England— Mrs. Hardgrove 'had a letter recently from her brother, Lieutenant Willard Schwietert, staling that he is in England. Other Burl Xews. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMillen, two boys Jerry and Jimmy, spent a few days at Spirit Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peterson and Larry, of Paton, are here helping in the store during Mr. .McMullcn's absence. Mrs. Peterson is a sister of Mr. Mc- Mullcn. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Friesenborg, three children, of Buffalo Center, were Sunday visitors at Hiram Ward's. Mr. Friesenborg is Mrs. Ward's brother. Alfred Ward went to Buffalo Center to spend ft week with them. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Figge and Kathleen left Sunday for Beloit, Wis., to spend part of their vacation with his parents. They plan to visit Mrs. Figge's parents at Wilton Junction also. Henry Bahling had the front porch on his house enclosed last Week. E. Rentz is painting the addition this week. He also painted Bert Marlow's house in the same- neighborhood. Mrs. Harry Sankey and her niece, Mrs. August Meyers, Bancroft, spent Thursday at Tec Henning's in Algona. Mr. Henning is a brother of Mrs. Sankey. Mrs. James Ollom, who ha- been ill with the summer flu, is better. Her granddaughter Luella Weiske, Forest City, is staying at the OJlom home awhile to help. Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Mrs. Milton Armstrong, and three children called on Mrs. Dora Armstrong Wednesday. The Armstrongs live in Livermore. Joe Higgins went to Armstrong to barber for a week or two. Tommy Higgins has been visiting rc-lotives there the past two weeks. Thi. V cijid I Circle met at Mrs. -V. R. Chafit-e's Tuesday after- ,ic".'a. Thvie i«d:L'i icw article:.: They-ySextan'-; Community was greatly./sh'oc.lred by the sudden death of John Rammer at the Charles Ainsley farm last week. A largo number of Sexton peo- ; pie attended the Memorial -services for James McMahou in Al gona Sunday afternoon. ,. , Mr. and Airs. Fuancis Sanford V and children Lu Verne, visited Friday evening at Glenn Gabriel-! son's. ••--;•.. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Eiscnman,' Bntt, and Carmen and Ronnie Nail, Mason City,: were Sunday dinner guests'at August Kirsch- : baum's. The Eisenmans are par- i ents of Mrs. Kirsch.ba.um. Donald Neahring' visited Monday with his grandparents/ Mr and, Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt. Armour's Stai make fasfy Mo-Eat Meats meals, too! RECIPE DeliciouBl Easy to tixl Armour's Star Old Fashioned Loaf Roll* Get four W-inch slices (about *4 Ib.) of Armour's Star Old Fashion*). lp»f- fold each slice around a spoonful ot youc favorite bread dressing and fasten with a toothpick. Bake rplj^hirty minutes and serve with ctearn. gravy and buttered carrot strips. Selves 4- Armour's Star Old Fashioned Loaf tastes like home-made Made of the same quality Armour meats you choose for meat loaves you make at home . . . fine beef and pork tastefully seasoned. Since this tasty loaf is baked when you get it, there's no shrinkage or waste. It's thrifty! Star Old Fashioned Loaf saves time and work.Tastes delicious! 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