Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1944
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA Fenton Church Observes Seventieth Anniversary ael Kclley, Johnnie Hood, and Judy Pickett. Courtesy for Mrs. Michel- Mrs. Otto B. Laing entertained neighbors and other old friends of Mrs, Bertha Michel last even- i ing at sewing or knitting, and re-1 feshments were served. There I were 22 guests. Mrs. Michel will '. go to Des Moines October 26 to attend a music convention, and i will look for an apartment. She I expects to make Des Moines her home. Bride-Elect A BOVE IS THE picture of one of Norlh Iowa's finest church buildings, the Fenton Methodist church, F. C. Preul, pastor, which is this weekend celebrating its seventieth anniversary. This building succeeded an original building erected in the pastorate of the Rev. Geo. H. Wessel, now retired and living at Burl. Announcement in today's Advance of the anniversary program will be followed next week by a history of the Fenlon church prepared by Pastor Preul, whose picture appears at the right. BISHOP DATED FOR A SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT Observance to Begin Tonight; Sermon by Ex-Pastor. Beginning today and continuing to and including next Sunday the Fenton Methodist church is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its founding in 1874. Printed booklets for circulation in connection with the event carry the complete program and the following features: Pictures of the present pastor, the Rev. F. C. Preul and the present church building, also pictures of the original building and its builder, the Rev. Geo. H. Wes- scl, Burt, now retired. A historical sketch, the roll of pastors, and the present church officiary. The picture of Mr. Wessel is an oldtimcr when he was a young minister, and was taken about the time when he built the original building. First Program Tonight. Celebration of the anniversary opens tonight with a sermon by the Rev. B. L. Weaver, Quimby, who served the church in 1904-6 as a local preacher. Mary Georgia Newel will play the prelude and the postlude, the pastor will give the call to worship, the congregation will sing two hymns, and other program numbers will be: prayer, vocal music by the junior choir, offertory and prayer of dedication, a youth fellowship pageant on the story of Ruth, and benediction. Mrs. Clarence Osborn will play the prelude and postlude tomorrow evening, the W. S. C. S. will sing and will also present a pageant, and a fomer pastor, the Rev. J. G. Waterman, now of Stratford, will give the sermon. Great Day Sunday. For the Saturday evening observance the speaker will be another former pastor, the Rev. J. T. Snyder, now of Storm Lake. Miss Newel will again give the prelude and postlude. Members of the official board will sing and give "Highlights." The groat day will be Sunday, with thrjc! services, morning, afternoon, and evening. After Sunday school, 10 to 10:30, a choir and congregational festival program will be given. Phyllis McFall will give the prelude and postlude,, the choir will give the processional "Holy, Holy, Holy," and the response to the call to worship, later an anthem, "Closer to Thee, O Christ," and the response to the prayer cf dedication. Bishop Will Speak. The congregation will sing two hymns and give the affirmation of faith. Other numbers will be the morning prayer and Lord's prayer; vocal solo, the Lord's prayer, LaVonne Newel; responsive reading; Gloria Patri; benediction and doxology. At noon there will bc a fellowship dinner in the church dining room. j The afternoon feature will be greetings from former pastors— Mr. Wessel, W. J. Witter, and others—and the evening closing! attraction will be a sermon by j Bishop Charles Brashares. Bar- j faara Frank will give a vocal solo,! "Three Candles," j Golden Anniversary— Fifty years ago Tuesday Wesley -A. Dutlon and Margaret Frambach were married here in the Congregational parsonage:, which was then a house next east of where the Brown Studio now stands, and next day there was a reception for them at the parental J. R. Dutton's, south of town. The couple spent their first two years of married life at WhiUemorc, where 'Wcs' was employed at the Fanners elevator, but the other 48 years have been spent here. By way of observance of the golden anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Dutton entertained 52 relatives and close friends at dinner Tuesday noon in the Methodist dining room. Many gifts, were presented. The Rev. N. A. Price gave a talk, and Arlcnc Spillcs sang When You and I Were Young Maggie, and Silver Threads Among the Gold, Jean Loss accompanying. There was open house reception at the Dutton home in the evening, 7 till 9, and an unexpected feature was a charivari. Many friends called. Mrs. Dutton's brother, Frank Frambach, Emmetsburg, her eldest sister, Mrs. John Esscr, Cylinder, and the youngest sister, Mrs. Frank Wild, Toledo, came for the event; also Mr. Dutton's sister, Mrs. Clarence Montgoiri- ery, Forest City, and two nieces Mrs. Grant Dutton-Peters, and Mrs. Ross Adams-Colcman, Louisville, Ky. The Duttons have always been active in Algona church and oth- e community life and are among Algona's best known citizens. Thelma Jean Shipler Bride— Thelma Jean Shipler, Washington, D. C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Shipler, Algona, and S.-3c Charles Mit'.ag, son of Mrs. Eva Mittag, Algona, were married by a Baptist minister at Elkton, Md., Tuesday, Oct. 10. Another soldier and his bride were married at the same time, and each couple served as witnesses for the other. Mrs. Mittag is employed in F. B. I. offices at Washington. She and her husband are both graduates of the Algona high school. Following their marriage they spent a week in New York City, after which Mr. Mittag returned to his ship for convoy duty and his bride to her work. Engagement is Announced— Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elmore announce the engagement of their daughter Mildred to S.-Sgt. Walter Boeckholt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Boeckholt, Buffalo Center. Mildred, who has been visiting relatives in California, is expected home this weekend to see her brother James, who is here on furlough from the army. The Elmores live in the Four Corners neighborhood northwest of Hobarton. Bridegroom Identified— In the Upper Des Moines Mary Regina Winkel wedding story Tuesday the bridegroom's name, Alphonse Elsbecker, Bancroft, was inadvertently omitted. He I was attended by his nephew, Wil- ' liam Hellman, and both wore pompom boutennieres. Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker will live on a farm south of Bancroft. OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. The Wa-Tan-Ye club met at the Algona hotel Tuesday night for dinner. A business ' session was held, and plans made for a party to be held at the Ferguson home next Tuesday night at 6:30. This is a "Bring and Buy Party." Each member is to bring a fifty cent article and also to buy one for the same amount. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehler jnd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace, Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkcnhaincr. The Wchlers, former residents of Algona, called on many of their old friends. Mrs. Falkenhainer is a niece of the Wehlcrs. Mrs. Borghild Robinson was hostess last evening to the P. E. O. Sisterhood, Minnie J. Coate assisting. The program was given by Hattie Wilson, local teacher, whose subject was "Issues of the Campaign." Dessert luncheon was served. A meeting of Naomi Circle | which was to have been held Friday, has been postponed until next week Friday, Oct. 27. Mrs. Wm. Geering will entertain the Circle. M 1 1 H. AND MHS. Delos C. Gardner, Good Hope farmers, announce th& engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Arella to Robert G. Blackman, both of Des Moines. The marriage will take place November 19 at the Good Hope church. Both principals are employed by Solar Aircraft, Des Moines. Party for 12-Year-Old— Marlene Gillespie was 12 Saturday, and in honor'of the occasion entertained 12 girls at a party. The afternoon was spent at games, and lunch served to the following guests: Harriet Brown, Beverly Caughey, Claudia Pollard, Sheila Hansen, Maxinc Gibson, Janet Reding, Aurilla Hiserodt, Deloris Peterson, Mila Mae Adams, Mary Ann Timm, and Barbara Zweifel. "Friday the 13ih" Parly— Kathryn Dermand was born "Friday the 13th", 1939, and last week "Friday the 13th" she celebrated her fifth birthday with a party and supper served by her mother, Mrs. Alex Dermand. The guests were Sandra Shumway, Janice Gill, Jimmy Moulds, Pamela Waller, Wayne Saron, Mich,- JOHN STEWART, EX-LU VERNE FARMER, DIES John Stewart, 88, died at the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday, following a sickness of only a few days. Funeral services were held Saturday at the McCullough chapel, with the Rev. N. A, Price in charge. Mrs. Vaughn Rising sang, accompanied by Merilyn Tuttle. Burial was at Lu Verne beside Mrs. Stewart's grave. Mr. Stewart, only, child of Franklin and Martha Stewart, was born Oct. 27, 1856, at Doyle- town, Wis. He was brought to Iowa by his parents in 1866, and they took up a homestead on 160 acres five miles southeast of the present town of Lu Verne. Mr. Stewart's father died when John was still a boy, but the lad kept up the work on the homestead for his mother, enduring the hardships common to pioneers. The home was a sod house. John hauled grain to a mill at Iowa Falls over almost impassable roads, that town being then the nearest. He dressed hogs for the Iowa Falls market, traveling with neighbors who helped each other through sloughs. In 1895 Mr. Stewart married Hannah Minerva Scott at Stanhope, and they farmed near Lu Verne. Having no children of their own, they reared a mecs and a nephew, Laura Eli/abeth and John Wesley Scott. Another nii-ce, Edith Scott, lived with them Cor several years. Mr. Stewart came to Algona in 1943. He was a citizen oO the county 78 years. He left no known close relatives. Relatives of Mrs. Stewart who atttnded the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sowers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sowers, three sons, and Mrs. John Andeson, all of Story City; Mr. and Mrs. William Mullage, Canton, S. D.; and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Marty, Lu Verne. « BACK TO CALIFORNIA. Bode, Oct. 17—Ima Sorlien left on return to Oakland, Calif., Thursday, after a three-weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sorlien, Bode. She is employed' as • teller in a banking facility at the San Francisco port of embarkation. NOTICE OF HEARING ON REPORT OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and' for Kossuth County. HENRY W. SCHULTZ, Single, Plaintiff, vs. , . -. . MARY BATES, Widow; JOHN BATES, also known .as John Joseph Bates, and CORA Bates, his Wife; EDNA HENDERSON and ROBERT HENDERSON, her 'Husband; LILLIE PEARSON and CARL PEARSON, her Husband: JESSIE TOMELSON and LASHBROOK TOMELSON. her Husband; GODFREY SCHULTZ and ALICE SCHULTZ, his Wife, LENA SCHULTZ, Single; LENA SCHULTZ, AS GUARDIAN of WALTER SCHULTZ, A PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND; LENA SCHULTZ, AS GUARDIAN OF ARTHUR G. SCHULTZ, A PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND, Defendants. TO MARY BATES, Widow; John BATES, also known as John Joseph Bates, and CORA BATES, his Wife; EDNA HENDERSON and ROBERT HENDERSON, her Husband; LILLIE PEARSON and CARL PEARSON, her Husband; JESSIE TOMELSON and LASHBROOK TOMELSON, her Husband; GODFREY SCHULTZ and ALICE SCHULTZ, his Wife; LENA SCHULTZ, Single; LENA SCHULTZ, AS | GUARDIAN OF WALTER SCHULTZ, A PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND; LENA SCHULTZ, AS GUARDIAN OF ARTHUR G. SCHULTZ, A PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND: You and each of you, are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the Report of R. H. Miller, Referee, setting forth that he has received an offer for the sale of the North Halt (N 1 ^) of the Southeast Quarter (SE>A) of Section Five (5), Township Ninety-five (95) North, I Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth Coun- 1 ty, Iowa, except the acreage ! owned by Kossuth County, in the sum of Fifty-eight Hundred and no/100 ($5800.00) Dollars ,and that he has received an offer for the in ; 3 u W B W EJ H M M H H B DANCE St. Cecelia's Academy Monday, Oct. 23 COOK'S ORCHESTRA SPONSORED BY CIRCLE NO. 2 MRS. MEL GRIFFIN MINNIE SCIIICK Mck 0' Crop Coffee Rooslid to Flavor-Peak Fresher... in the Bean: Perfect Grinding i Richer Flavor Always . 25 lb 1.24 34* Enriched Flour GOLD MEDAL. . . . bw Su.nnyficlti Dependable ENRICHED FLOUR . ^ fs , Sunnyfiold/Prepared; , . >. , PANCAKE FLOUR . . 5 S 2** Bluo Label KARO SYRUP .... f uJ3b Sunnyfield Top-Quality CORNFLAKES. . . .^llf Jane Parker Dated, 100% SUGARED DONUTS . . do ,17f Jane Parker Southern BREAKFAST LOAF . .".£15< Luncheon Meat (not ralioned) WILSON'S MOR . . .tn 33* Pekoe and Orange Pekoe OUR OWN TEA ... ;£ 59* While House Vitamin 'D' (1 pi.'each) EVAPORATED MILK 3 Ann Page Pure (not rationed) GRAPE JAM . . . .21! White Sail LIQUID BLUE . . . 2a 6c NEXT WEEK IS A&P POTATO WEEK Don't miss coming in and checking our quality, and retails on fully matured Potatoes for storage. Save! Washington Combination Fancy and Kxtra Fancy APPLES 18-oz. box 1 Fancy Skinless FRANKFURTERS Jb. 351 Bring Us Your Waste Fats for Explosives! SWEETHEARTsS! 1 . . BATH SIZE CAKE, lie 20c Fully Matured COBBLER POTATOES. 100-11). . bug SUPPORT THE NATIONAL WAR FUND DRIVE A&P FOOD STORES «NO OflHMtu BY tltL .U1U«I AILANI/l «NU Right to Limit Quantities Reserved. HERE'S CASH $30-$50-$75-$100-$200 or More For Your Fall Expenses Prepare now and relieve financial strain with a low-cost personal loan. Have only one small payment to meet each month instead of several. A loan plan is available for most any borrower—married or single. SPECIAL TERMS FOR FARMERS Consult us today regarding your money needs. An inquiry will not obligate you in any way. Phil J, Kohlhaa* Algona. lov/a. Phone 22. General Insurance Agency South Half (Ste) of the Northwest Quarter (NW'/i) and the Northwest Quarter (NWV4) of the Southwest Quarter (SWVi) of Section Pour (4), Township Ninety- five (95) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth- County, Iowa, of Thirteen Thousand Two Hundred and no/100 ($13,200.00) Dollar's. That he has taken contracts for W ' U bc Place abov the sale of the above described premises and has reported the same to this Court for approval, and you and each of you are hereby notified that said Report of Sale of,which the Contracts and 7mkV' 1 Raicl We"' are made a part thereof will be i to, if nnv , any , ° b imi™ P^^d te_ thfe Court, for ap- higher oU°te.«ft to i ' hc . • o bids and y ou ' 10 fPpca. * 'saw r ll - proval on the 3rd day of Novem- btfr, A. D., 1944, at two o'clock P. M., at the Court House at Algona, Kbssulh County, Iowa. And you and each of you arc Order will Report ln " .! 1 bi 0-7 R ' H. IT'S A FOUR-STAR HIT AND A SMASH SUCCESS! THE CHATHAM "SUTTON" BLANKET f The CHATHAM name is a guarantee of quality — and this new label gives all the facts so you can determine this value yourself and buy by quality. •&• •^ 72 x 90 INCHES EXTRA LONG SIZE SEVEN LOVELY COLORS A THRILLING BLANKET VALUE The "Sutton" blanket is made of 25% wool, '50% rayon, and 25% cotton—and ij warmer than an all-wool blanket of the same ilze and weight! The "Sutton" blanket washes beautifully — doei nor ihrlnk at all In the width — and only 3% in the length — much lett than an all-wool blanket! The "Sutlon" blanket comes in jix lovely •pastel colors and while — selected by a famous interior decorator lo go wi'lh ffie smartest new bedroom color schemes. The "Sutton" blanket is 72 x 90 inches — (he •Mlra fong •tea - - wini \» UwitVwVi; ^u with rayon tatln in matching colon that will l| outlast 10 regular washings! The Chrischilles Store WE HAVE A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF LARGE SIZE COATS We are happy to announce that we have a wonderful showing of LARGE SIZED COATS THIS FALL. Particularly impressive, is the selection of FUR TRIMMED MODELS which range in price from $39.95 to $75.00. • .-... You larger women (especially those who wear half-sizes) will be glad that we have this big line because for several seasons we have not had the assortments. These larger sizes may bc had in the fitted, dressy types as well as the popular Chesterfield models, in all colors but strong in black, brown, blue and green. You will also be able to find a few EXTRA LONG large sized coats here as we had a few specially made for us. These coats are all wool, warmly interlined and expertly made from finest materials and trimmings. The fur trimmed numbers have gorgeous wplf and racoon collars to match the polor of the coat. Sizes are 38 to 44 and 35'/a to 45 Va— which will fit 98% of the extra sized custo- mcrs. Come in this week and see this great showing. .«*"' CHRISCHILLES STO

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