Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1944 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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PAGE TWO LU VERNE GROUP TO RITES FOR A PASTOR'S WIFE Lu Verne, Sept. 20 — A large j number of parishioners and ; friends hero attended tho funeral ! of Mrs/ Smith, wife of the pastor: if the Lu Verne-Livermoro Pros- ! 'ivterian churches, held at Liver-v-ore Friday afternoon, with bur>1 the following clay at Davenport. A quartet from the Lu Verne rhurch sang In the Garden and What, a Friend We Have in Jesus. Many floral and memorial offerings were given in Mrs. Smith's memory. Ministers taking part in the ceremonies were the Rev. Paul T^ijM^e, Burt. moderator for this district; tho Rev. Mr. Whilehouse, Lone Rock; tho Rev. William ^rhonck, Rolfe; and the Rev. T '^bort Phillips, Methodist pas'•'•>• of the Lu Vcrne-Livermore stationed at Banana Island, off i and Mrs. Andrew Nielson, the coast of Florida and Weiland " "~ ' " has been at a camp in Kansas. They will both report for duty at San Diego. There were 32 relatives attending. A picnic dinner was served at noon and the afternoon 'was spent visiting. _KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, The RCV. Mr. Smith will con- 'nuc his pastoral work hero and at Livermorc. Shower for Recent Bride— A Dosl-nuptial shower was given last Thursday at the Mrs. E. B. Thomas home- in honor of Mrs. Edgar Thomas. Hosk-sses were Mrs. Thomas, also Mrs. Roy Val- vick, Ledyard. Music and games were enjoved, and Mrs. Dean Sivanson. Ledvard, sang I Love You Truly. Gifts were discovered via a treasure hunt, and they were manv. A tray linen \vns served by the hostesses. The f-ivors wore a U. S. navy boat filled with life savors. Thirty-two women enjoyed the courtesy. Out of lown guests were Mrs. Clifford Thompson. Mrs. Gail Lowe, ?.lr=. Floyd Lowe, and her sons, Humboldt: Mrs. Bernard Soren- pcn. Mrs. Dean Swanson. daughter, and Mrs. Celia Uhr, Swea City; Mrs. Marvin Uhr, Ledyard. Pastor's Birthday Celebrated— A fellowship dinner followed n Rally day church program at the community hall Sunday. There was a larg-; attendance, .••nd the birthday of the pastor, the Rev. Robert Phillips, was celebrated. He was presented with an individual communion service from the Sunday school. Jerry Smith had a perfect attendance during the year, ar.d 'he pastors littls daughter Joan missed' inly one Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beikm.-in were also guests. After tho dinner a musical program was en- Tuesday Club Has Program— The Tuesday club met last week Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Ralph Lawrence with 14 members and one guest Mrs. Gerald Brace in attendance. Roll call was answered by giving current events, and Mrs. G. M. Will read a paper, "Fine Art on the Home Front." Mrs. Albert Genrich is the nevy president and the October meeting will be at her home with Mrs. Albert. Schipull assisting hostess. Mrs. Lawrence served a tray'lunch. Cemetery Society Meets— Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. H. E. Peitzkc, Mrs. Carl Schipull, and Grace Liclity were hostesses to the Cemetery association last Thursday, with a good attendance. G rover Rentz finished his work as sexton at the cemetery Saturday. The next meeting will be October 12 with the following hostesses: Florence Hof, Mrs. Kdw. Hof, and Mrs. P. C. Lichty. Sexton. and Mrs. Marie Hunt were at Des Moines last week Wednesday. Cpl. Lewis Block is here 'from Camp Shelby, La., for a ten-day Mr. Algerians Lose a Cousin— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen returned from Cumberland, Wis., Saturday, where they were called on account of the death ol a cousin. They were accompanied by her father, V. V. Johnson, and her sister, Mrs. Keith Scoley, both of Algona. ;oyed, and visiting. the afternoon spent Picnic Honors Service Men— Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Steussy nnd .son Dick attended a picnic it Livermore Sunday given in honor of their two nephews, who ire at their homes on a 20-day f'.irlough. Their names are Dale Weiland, Britt, and Darrel Wilson, Livermore. Wilson has been Other Jjii Ycrne News. Mrs. Lee Lichty, Chicago, has been visiting relatives here the past week. She, her husband, and daughter Virginia had been visiting the son Evan and his wife are working in the navy hospital there. Mrs. Victor Kollman and her children have returned to Minneapolis, after a two weeks vacation with the foi'mer's mother, Mrs. Fred Schneider, and sister, Mrs. J. L. Eustace. Mrs. Peter Thompson had as callers Sunday H. O. Chambers and Clara Rector, and last Friday her guests were Mrs. Hattie Burlingame and Ada Merriam, Algona. Mrs. Lewis Wildin left Thursday evening for Racine, Wis., to visit her sister, Mrs. Andrew Hanson. She also expected to visit the Ira Benedicts, Milwaukee. Mrs. Harold Sorensen, sons Wayne and Dwight, and little daughter Linda returned recently from Cumberland, Wis., where they had.spent a week's vacation. Bemita Studer left Saturday for Ogden, Utah, to visit her sister Mrs. Kenneth. Conway. She is employed at Heftl's locker, and will be away one: week.''''"• • Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Mrs. Arthur Dimler, and Mrs. Grover Rentz attended a Legion school of instruction at Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ristau, Mr. furlough with his parents, and Mrs. Max Block. Mrs. Jennie Phillips returned Wednesday from two weeks with the Dave Phillips family at Colorado Springs, Colo. : Bernice'Worby recently visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. i Milton Worby, Des Moin'cs, over a weekend. j Harold Lichty and his sister j Grace went to Toledo Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with • relatives. j Mrs. Elizabeth Babler, Monroe, Wis., was a guest last week of Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Mrs. P. ' C. Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genrich had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Evert Stevens and baby, Mrs. Elmer Wehrspan, Kingsley, was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Hesse last week. Louise Wadleigh left Saturday for North field, Minn., to enter Carlton college. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hof visited the Roy Davis family at Humboldt Sunday. OTTOSENCLUB IN RECEPTION FORJEACHERS Ottosen, Sept. 20—The Progressive club held its annual anni- versary party and entertainment for the teachers at the Lutheran church.last Thursday evening. The church rooms were dimly lighted, and at a fireplace guests and members took place near it, so that when all. had gathered they were silting in a circle. Mrs. Ralph Richards, president, gave a welcome, also • read a poem, Got to Go to School. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl gave two humorous readings, A Cullud Lady in Sassiety and Hiram on the Pullman. Then the group was divided into four groups, each group to be a family, and eacJh'to pick a "Ma" and "Pa." Each family was given a name and had to'act out the name, the others guessing what it was. Then the families were given stunts and contests to do, and the family that won the most contests was given a prize. The whole group sang fireside songs, such as' Put Another Log on the Fire, Keep the Home Fires Burning. The lights wore turned on, and each ard everyone found a place at a decorated table. The tables were decorated in the club colors of pink and while, with gar-, den flowers as centerpieces." Lunch was served by the kitchen committee. Guests were husbands of members; Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl; Edith Barlells, first and second grade teacher; Mrs. Reynolds, third and fourlh grade leacher; Miss Sadie Peterson, fifth and sixth teacher; and Supt. and Mrs. Emmons. Presbyterian Aid Program— The Presbyterian Aid met Fri- TYPING PAPER 500 SH€€TS B l / 2 * II 59c Add 15c Postage and 1 Cent Tax on Mail Orders Publishing Co. 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The meeting was presided over by President Mrs. Max Clark. My Savior's Love was sung, followed by the Lord's Prayer in unison. Mother's Prayers Have Followed Me was sung, and Mrs. Jesse Van B.uskirk read scripture from Corinthians II, Chapter IV. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave two readings, Got to Go to School, and If Your Bible Could Talk. Marilyn Long sang Nursery Rhymes. He Whispers His Love to Me was sung, followed by the benediction. Mrs. John Coyle and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark were host- esses. Ltilheran Aid's Chickeft Supper— The Lutheran Aid gave an annual creamed chicken supper and bazaar last week Wednesday evening at the church. This event was one of the biggest and best that the Aid has held in a long time. Each member donated to the bazaar, and the items, which included fancy work, fruit, vegetables, canned goods, and miscellaneous articles, were auctioned off. Altogether the Aid cleared around $102 from the supper and bazaar. U. S. W. 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