Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1944 · Page 5
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»AOE SIX LUVERNE GROUP ENTERTAINS AT A GUEST DAY KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA Lu Verne, Oct. 11—The Evangelical missionary society had its | annual guest day at the commun-! ity hall last Thursday. Mrs. Fred I Merkle reviewed the opening j chapter of the new study book on ' island customs and problems. A missionary skit, inspired by an African worker home on a furlough and a special speaker at a Cedar Falls assembly was presented by Mrs. Paul Beckman, Mrs. Paul Blumer, and Mrs. Albert Hcfti. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Hefti, Mrs. Henry Marty, Mrs. Arthur Maas, and Mrs. Paul Beckman. Two committees were appointed: Nominating, Mrs. Beknian, Mrs. Ella Woito, Florence Hof, and Mrs. Fred Merkle; program, Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. Edw. Marty. Presbyterian Women Meet— Mrs. Aksel Nielson and her daughter. Mrs. Marie Hunt, were recent hostesses to the Presbyterian association at their farm home cast of town, .and the attendance was very large. This was a belated housewarming planned last spring, when it was learned that the Nielsons had purchased the farm; taut owing to high water, and almost impass-1 able roads, followed by a busy farm season, the party was delayed from time to time. Mrs.; Nielson was presented with a. large mirror. Forget-Me-Not Sale— A postponed Forget-Mc-Not sale was held Saturday, sponsored by the United Service Women, Mrs. S. R. Baker, chairman, and netted $43.40 for disabled veterans. At a meeting of the United Service Women last week Wednesday evening Mrs. C. O. McClcllan, delegate, gave a report of a semi-annual meeting recently at Burt. Mrs. O. S. Lund, also a delegate, has been appointed district sergeant-at- arms. Solomon Islands, once in New secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Schuler, Zealand. Junior Dctmering loft I sponsor. Tuesday for St. Louis for a visit! -at his brother Cpl. George Det- Courtesy for St. Paul Guest— mermgs. George is stationed at Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jensen cn- Jefferson Barracks, Mo. tertained relatives at dinner Mrs. H. H. Phillips, Mrs. Ray Thursday evening honoring the Stone, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman former's sister, Mrs. Mabelle Ov- attended an eighth district meet- ! ern, St. Paul. ing of the Legion and Auxiliary Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. at Fort Dodge last week Wednes-l Martin Jensen Sr., Ringst6d and day. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. ' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen Jr., Stone played a piano duet. Algona. Mrs. Peter Thompson gave a ' -birthday dinner Sunday for her Chicken Supper Announced— brother Ernest and the following The Aid will serve its annual other guests: Mr. and Mrs. Al- ' chicken supper and hold a bazaar Other Stineca News. Ian j Th}° m P son ' son Richard, Mr. | at the local Lutheran church ah is. and Mrs. U. S. Grant, and Mrs.' week Friday evening, serving to »» £ £, be g in at 5:30 ' After supper ar- Mrs. Fay Thompson, of Eagle tides contributed for the bazaar Grove, formerly Lu Verne, is a | will be auctioned off. patient at the Northwestern hos-. pital, Minneapolis, where she I had a major operation. I Mrs. Harold Trauger got home ! Tllc Henry Loofts spent Friday Thursday from Amarillo, Tex., evening at George Pommer's, where she had visited her hus- Woclen . and helped Mrs. Pommcr, band, Pvt. Harold Trauger air- Henrys mother, observe a birth- planc mechanic. ' dav anniversary. The Dick Fran- Cpl. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, zcns ' Titonka, were also present. Kingman, Ariz., arrived one clay '' Mrs - Frances Folcy was hostess last week on furlough at the par- . to tho Legion Auxiliary at her ental Frank Sanford's and Fred homc lust week Wednesday. Baumgartner's. j Wayne Wilberg, Petty Officer Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett, who ' 3 ' c '' wno is an instructor at the visited relatives at Fort Wayne, • Grcat Lakes naval training sta- Ind., ten days, got home last tlon ' Chicago, spent the weekend week Wednesday i Wlln his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Haydcn, of San M ^- tin Wilberg. Francisco, has concluded a visit Mrs - Charles Osborn spent last with her sister Mrs. Roy Franks weekend at Mason City with her and left for home. STUDENT PASTOR SENECA CHURCH IS BRIDEGROOM daughter Marjorie, who is ncar- • ing completion of training at the Hamilton business college. Sunday dinner guests at Clar- encc Osborn's were the William ) Browns .Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly, Grant, and Mrs. Anna Osborn, Fcnton. Pfc. Wesley Patterson, who •had been -at Camp Cook, Calif., is now in training at Camp San , Louis Obispo, Calif. He is in the fm- Preston-! Inft Woltars Tex 1-ist Seneca, Oct. 10— Jacyc Nestin- gen, student pastor of the local Lutheran church, and his wife, io, ine son Emory n were guests of honor a a congre- lraini ^ on * mory ' gational dinner at the church M = ' d M H p ro5 . )h ,,q n f Sunday, following morning wor- Bancrot nnd'tl^daughlS LoC- isc, spent Sunday Looft's. 4 evening at J. J. Club Has Meeting— The J. J. club met at the rural home of Mrs. Paul Phillips Friday, 17 members, including three new ones—Mrs. Lewis Wildin, Mrs. C. W. Cote, Mrs. Jos. Elbert Jr.—attending. Mrs. Hugh Shirk had charge of a lesson, the topic books, theme United Through Books, wiich is the theme of National bookvvcek Nov. 12-18. The program was followed by contests. Mrs. Jennie Phillips and Mrs. Harold Phillips were guests. The club voted to donate $5 to the War Chest. News of Service Boys— Petty Officer 2-c. Robert Bigings and his wife, Jacksonville, Fla., who had been visiting Robert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings, left Monday evening for Alamcda, Calif. Wilder Rockwpod, seaman 2-c., is visiting his wife and two children who arc with Mrs. Richard's mother, Mrs. Martha Godfrey, for the duration. :S-Sgt. Edward Lindebak, .Who had visited his parents,i'-Mni and Mrs. Jesse Lindebak, left Friday for Camp Obispo, San Luis, Calif. Schooldays Club Topic— The Tuesday club met recently at the rural home of Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. A. A. Schipull assisting, and schoolday recollections was the topic for roll call. Many amusing incidents were related. Mrs. Fred Merkle read a paper on education. The November meeting will also be in the country, at Mrs. Edw. Hof's. Calls by the Stribleys— The former superintendent of our schools, Ph. M. 3-c. V. V. biribicy, nis wife, and baby were calling on friends here Saturday. They had been visiting Mr. Stribley's parents at Correctionville, and were en route to lona to see Mrs. Stribley's parents. He will report at Bainbridge, Md. He had been in California six weeks. Soldier Here on Furlough— Cpl. Billy Hof arrived Saturday on two weeks furlough with his wife and small son 'and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hof. Pvt. Junior Huff has arrived from San Francisco with his parents for a 15-day furlough and will report at Camp Chaffce, Ark. GLADYS AXNE, EX-OTTOSEN GIRL, IS BRIDE ship. Mr. Nestingen, who has been j serving the local parish for the last several months, was married ; Sept. 26 at the Trinity Lutheran ' church, Torquay, Sask., Canada, ! to Ruth Vinge, of that city, the 1 Rev. John Graettum officiating in a double-ring ceremony. Preceding marriage Mrs. Nest- ingen was in charge of a Lutheran children's receiving home 2V> years, later was employed at the i Wilder Day nursery, St. Paul. , Mr. Nestingen is a senior stu- Ottosen, Oct. 10—Gladys Axne, dent at Lutheran Theological daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. seminary, St. Paul, and will /be ' T . :• graduated in February. The cou-j Nclson ' was 6 ivcn m anarnage by pic are living at 2269 Brcwsler,! hni " f-Uhcr Saturday evening at 8 St. Paul. | o'clock September 30, to Henry i — j Danner Jr., son of Henry Danner Four-H Club Has Program— j Sr., South St. Paul, in a doublc- Thc Stars 4-H club held an Oc- ^ nK , Ceremony at the South St. I tobcr meeting Saturday at Doro-! £ au Lutheran church. The Rev thy Osborn's, and roll call was i Herbert Johnson officiated and answered with food dislikes over-' thc cn . u P 1( P ,°° i be ° r ° a ' back - Fround of palm leaves and altar out of South St. Paul. Presbyterian Aid Meets— Th6 Presbyterian Aid met Friday at the church, Mrs. G. A. Cooper and Mrs. Kate Shufsen hostessest and 17 members -^responded io roll call. Tlie meeting was 'opened by the group singing of hymns, followed by prayer by the Rev. Mr. Schnecke. j Psalm ,99 was read by Mrs.-; Anna Purdy. Mrs. Jos. Anliker' read.an article from the Reader's] Digest, and Mrs. Irvin Movick gave two readings. The president, Mrs. Max-Clark, thanked all Aid.members for fine cooperation on Guest day. The group then sang another hymn, which was followed by the benediction. At .Aid meetings members sew for the Red Cross at hand !work on laprobcs. Mrs. G. A. Cooper is Red Cross chairman for tho Aid, The next meeting will foe held October 27, with Group No. 2 as hostess: Mrs. H. Kramer, Doris Shipley, Mrs. John Coylc, Mrs. Jessie Von Buskirk, Vera Struthers, and Mrs. Ralph Richards. Mrs. Knut Oppcdahl will have scripture, and Mrs. G. I. Purdy will have the program. The Thomas Rogness family, of Thpr.were Friday evening callers at Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl's, and Harold Oppedahl went to Humboldt with the' callers for a few weeks' stay. The Roy Telfords and Mrs. Caroline Telford were Sunday dinner guests at Edw. Von Bank's, Rolfe. The Lee Frys, of West Bend, Were evening callers at Roy Telfofd's. - % Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hansen, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Cooper* and the Donald Coopers were last week Wednesday dinner giiests of Mrs. Hannah Hansen. , Edith Bartels, first and second grade teacher, attended a homecoming football game - between Iowa State and Doan college at Ames last week-end. The Donald Coopers were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Cooper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mich acl Henely, Emmetsburg. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, of Lone Rock, spent a few days last week at her daughter Mrs. Chester Al- mes; Lois Jacobson spent the weekend $itri(y Mabel Coyle, Dds Mollies^:' ;"/ v ^ , v» '*•• •• Lu Verne Man Has Stroke; Improves Lu Verne, Oct. 10—A^ L. Jones suffered a stroke at hig son Wilford's, Minneapolis, last week, where- he- had gone for a two weeks vacation. His wife and thc other children were called, and he Was low for several days, but a card from Mrs. Jones'Sun- day said he'was gaining and she expected 'id be home late this week. Mrs7; Chester Stoddard is managing the restaurant during their absence. Verne C a Lu Verno, Ocfln r, ' Corbin, who Dr ' Moinos last the msuruncc at the veterans h )| has been ncc ™ ,, 10s Nal , War I rating the present c at the hospital - -- •>,«. uuyfl ... .. - S sheep, mid thn r ' mcnt. of 25UO ani, , I|B Mr. Patterson w V fo ,* sheep this . yci ™ [ ^( come in thc last year. Margery, . . ,••,,..„ Moore talked on What 4-H Means i fcfll - lr " i cts of mixed while flowers. to Me." The booklet "Myself" was discussed. - The new 4-H Lohengrin's Wedding March plnvcd by Betty Hanson as »» i*kJ ^ioi_(^oov-i_t, 0.11U 111,W 1-1A .. 1*1 11 P "jl i 1 pals for next year were discussed . } bc b ™* c , an l hcru ^ a , tllcr entered 1he church. Thc bride was dressed in a white satin pown with court train and a full length veil held hy i\ crown of pearls and or- nnso blossoms. Her bouquet was of while roses, baby broath, antl gardenias, and she was attended T., , ,,., -n , , liv Helen Axnc, her cousin, Ber- Mesdamos Otto R. Jensen, tha Longscth, a classmate, Gladys Jensen, Matsko. June Donner. niece of | and plans were made for next year's program. Dorothy Ostoorn had charge of recreation, after which refreshments were served by thc hostess and her mother. Five to Circuit Meeting— Odcy Chcrland, Millen . . o George Jensen and Henry Looft tho bridegroom, and the bride's attended ,an .Esthemlle. Circuit sister violet Nelson. The brides-lm°M?n« S tmf '™ al T {"(oration maids all carried bouquets of reef meeting at Our Saviour s church,; r()COS 3nd whilo ponipomi Lost Island^ last week Tuesday. . Lawrence Elvers was best man. Georgeno Waytche sang Because, Mrs. Otto R. Jensen and Mrs. Cherland were delegates from the O h Perfect Love, and The Lord's local Aid, of which Mrs. Millen p rayor Mrs. Jensen is president. Mrs. Looft is the Estherville circuit president. Juniors, Seniors Pick Officers— The high school juniors and seniors have elected officers and sponsors: Seniors—Jeanne Wilberg, president, Jean Cody, vice, , Clvl> _, Margery Moore, secretary-trcas- | was ' Supt. Cowan ' The new Mrs. Danner was graduated from the Ottosen high school in 1942 and had since been employed at St. Paul, her most recent employment having been at a Montgomery Ward store. A reception followed the ceremony, 150 relatives and friends attending. The table centerpiece a five-tier cake decorated urer supt. Uowan is sponsor, j with rc d roses and a miniature Wanda Olson is junior president; bridal couple Marilyn Foley, vice; Paul Lynch, , The couple'will live on a farm Bake Sale Clears $23— A bake sale at the community hall Saturday evening netted $23 for the cemetery association. The trustees of Lu Verne township have purchased three and a fraction acres as an addition to the east of the cemetery, and the addition is now saeded and fenced. Two Birthdays Observed— Charles W. Patterson and Mrs. F. G. Hagist have birthday anniversaries on Oct. 5-6 respectively, and a surprise was given in their honor Friday evening at the latter's. A chicken dinner was served, covers laid for 12. A number of gifts were received. Surprise for Birthday— Mrs. Charles Hintz was taken by surprise last week Monday evening, when 32 relatives and neighbors arrived to assist her in celebrating a birthday. Other Lu Verne News, Mrs. Earl Detmering and her small son Freddie have returned from Fontana, Kans., where they visited the former's parents and j brother Cpl. Charles Funk, at home after 26 months ir. the S. W. P., part of the time in the ANNOUNCEMENT TO OWNERS 0,JK UNITED STATES SAVINGS 1IONDS 05' SEIKIES V B, C, II and E This bank is pleased to announce that it has been qualified by the United States Treasury Department to pay any Savings Bond of Series A, B, C, D or E, subject to that Department's regulations, whenever any such bond is presented for that purpose by an individual (natural person) whose name appears on the bond as an owner or co-owner and who furnishes proper identification. The Treasury Department and this bank sincerely request that you. do not redeem any bond before its maturity date unless a real personal emergency requires such action. However, if circumstances require you to cash a bond this bank will be pleased to serve you. 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