Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1944 · Page 1
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TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALdONA, IOWA MRS.FECHNER, LU VERNE, HAS 85TH BIRTHDAY Lu Verne, Sept. 6—Mrs. Minnie Fechner reached her 85th birthday at her home here Sunday. No formal celebration was planned, but many friends dropped in, and many cards and other remembrances were received. The daughter Mrs. Helen Trau- gcr served lunch to callers, and it included a birthday cake she made. Mrs. Fechner is now confined to the house most of the time with arthritis, besides the infirmities of age. She was born in West Prussia, Germany, in 1859, and came direct to Lu Verne in 1884, having lived here ever since. Marriage to Paul Fechner took p'nco in 1882. Mr. Fechner died '•'.'re some years ago. The journey to this country from Germany was made with many misgivings, and some "hu- iviin interest" stories could be written about it. They became separated in New York City, were reunited. They came to Iowa via Milwaukee to Algona, thence via the Northwestern to Lu Verne after a wait of eight hours. KITTENBALL PLAYER HAS FRACTURED LEG Lakota, Sept. 6—Charles Peterson, who operates a bulk gas station and truck out of Titonka, suffered a broken leg last week ic>> iyii . cuiu iy±io> iv yr t Tuesday evening while he was and her sistcr Mrs> c L . Webb playing kitten ball and was tak-1 Algona. Miss Rash teaches at en to the Kossuth hospital,where the leg was put in a cast. He expected to come home this week Monday. "Chuck" is a Lakota boy, and his wife is the former Maxine Griese. Mr. and Mrs. John Griese, Maxine's parents, called at the hospital Friday night. word of the marriage recently of Florence Hash, Corwith, to Lester Eden, Titonka. Miss Hash taught in Burl a few years ago. Other Hurt News. Florence Rash, of Muskegon, Mich., has returned to that city after three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash, Club Program is Patriotic— Patriotism is taking first place in the J. J. club program this year, according to programs is'•.Med recently. The first meeting v'ill be held this week Thursday nt the rural home of Mrs. Cecil I'aker, and the following meeting v-ill be held Sept. 22, when members will meet at the Red Cross v/ork rooms to do work assigned, then go to the home of the hostess that, week for refreshments. Through the year every other meeting will be at the Red Cross rooms. Some of the program topics to be discussed are international relations, educational trends, woman's place in the v.'orld today, and postwar trends. The theme for the first meeting is patriotism. ENROLLMENT OF 215 AS HURT'S SCHOOL BEGINS Burt, Sept. 6 — School started here Monday with an enrollment of 215. Shirley Edel has 30 pupils in her room, 20 in the first grade, ten in the second. Edith Milbrandt has 33 in her room, the third grade with 15, the fourth with 18. Verona Radig's room has 22 pupils, eight in fifth grade, 14 in the sixth. There are 25 pupils in Junior high, and the high school has 15. A few more are expected later. Miss Edel and Miss Radig are at J. L. Miller's, and Miss Milbrandt is at Mrs. George Koestler's. Muskegon Heights. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and Mrs. Pannkuk visited the John Van Hoves at Buffalo Center Saturday. Mrs. Van Hove is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Giddings. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sorenson purchased the house of J. N. Holding recently, and have moved here from Worlhington, Minn. Mrs. Dale Dundas and her daughter Marlys spent a few days visiting relatives at Waterloo last week. DANCES at Bancroft KIMDAY, SEPT. 8— AL MKNKE TUESDAY, SEPT. 12— Silver Moon Orchestra FRIDAY, SEPT. 1»>— LYNN KM HNS \x*-'&, ftijuynni HJ»Y/» - -. .. —:— ' "^>. SEPT lllPPIIli^^ Illlllllllini NO HEARING AID IS CHEAP UNLESS it brings you the best possible hearing! Among Weekend Visitors— Marie and Maxine Patterson, employed at Chicago, came home for the double weekend holiday, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson. Others taking advantage of the double holiday were Phyllis Lichty, Mason City; Kathleen Sanford, Waterloo; and Betty Ramus, Des Moines. Two New Cadet Nurses— Helen, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen, has entered the Methodist hospital, Des Moines, as a cadet nurse. Imogene Mertz left for Des Moines the same day to register at Mercy hospital there as a cadet nurse. Gathering Honors Visitors— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Waterloo, spent the weekend with relatives here, and a family gathering was held at Edw. Bierstedt's in their honor Sunday. The following relatives were present: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. O. Donald, the Ray Bierstedts, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Lone Rock; the Donald Warners, Bancroft; and Mr. and Mrs. Macumber, Algona. 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Congratulated on Birthday— Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson, who has been at her son Phil's since a recent sickness, had a birthday Sept. 1. She received many cards and letters, also a birthday cake. Other Lu Verne News. John Haulrick, Omaha, Nebr., is here for a visit at the daughter Mrs. William Hoepner's. He located at Omaha in 1883 when it was a small town with only one paved street, the rest being cob- blestoned. Beulah Eggleston, a Wave, at Oskaloosa, was at home on a short leave last week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Eg. gleston. There will be a food sale at the community hall next Saturday evening, beginning at 8:30, with Circle No. 3 in charge of the sale. Cpl. Dwane Godfrey ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Godfrey, now of Fort Dodge, is a mechanic on a B-29 super bomber in Ondia. Mrs. Glen McClellan and the children have returned to Des Moines,. after a few days at the parental C. C. McClellan's. 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