PAGE TWO K.OSSUTH .COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGQNA,;IOWA Observe 80th Birthday of Weslcyan PARTY HONORS LARSON AT CARLSON'S Mrs?. Tod Worslcy, Clear Lake,! whore sisters live. Her nephew, ] to Lincoln, Neb., is now located called on Mrs. 'Irene Sluder Sun- j Duane Chrislcnsen, 1'ccenlly came ' at PocalelU), Ida., where he is day. Mrs. Studer, Mary Jane,, home on furlough, after serving \ taking extra training .in. 'army .air and Loandor wore Sunday dinner • in tlio origin il 34th division in field mechanics. The other son, guests at Eclw. Garman's that, Asia artel Europe, and she will: Cpl. Marvin Klticke, is in service day. Mr. .and Mrs. Carman, Mrs. j also visit him. Du,ane lived here ' in France. August Carman, Rita Carman, i with Mrs. Smith and the late A. j ' • and Mary Jane were at Mason i Q. Smith when he was a small • Herlzke Heads Business Club—City last week Wednesday. ! boy. . j Mrs. J. P. -Hauplman, Mrs. Ks-j Eighteen men attended a commercial club dinner last Thurs- Wesley, Nov. 7 — Mrs. Lena' ther Skow, Minnie Frimml, Mrs. | Missionary Women Meet— j clay evo ning at' the town -hall. Tnirson was honoree on her 80th i John Hoff, and Beatrice Hildmim ) Mrs. Francis Adams entertain- , R ay n cr tzke was elected presi- birlliday Sunday at a parly at'.attended an all-day leaders' ! ed the Presbyterian missionary , dent; Raymond' Smith, secretary- Axel Carlson's, and other rela- I meeting in the Home Project at! society last Thursday, with a I treasurer. ' ' lives there were Ihe Mr. and i Mrs. Don Weaver's, Plum Creek, hrge attendance. Mrs. W. E. j , Mrs. Fr'jnk Johnsons, the Arthur] last week Tuesday, The lessen _ Gutknecht hail charge of medita- Otlier Lakota NetVS. * •• , Mesdames Russell Winter f dnd McNeils, Algona. Decorated birthday cakes were served, and many gifts were presented. Showers for Rila Loebig— Rita Lot-big was honoree at a pre-nuptial shower at the Mrs. Gladys Knights, near Goldfield, Sunday. After games gii'ls wen- jsresenled and lunrheon was served. Miss Loebiy; was also honoree at ,1 miscellaneous .shower given by the women of the school area where she teaches, No. 2, Boonc; township, at Mrs. Paulson's Sunday evening. After 500, gifts were presented. Last Thursday she was married to Kenneth Rasmussen. Vanishing Teas Are Given— Mrs. Joe Hauplman entertained a dozen couples at a vanishing tea Sunday evening. Cards were Ihe diversion. This was a benefit tea for the United Service Wiinien. Mrs. Oliver Young gave a similar tea last week Tuesday, and Mrs. R. K. Richardson entertained Friday. New Employe at Bank— Mary Lee, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Erdm'an, began work in the Exchange Stale hank as stenographer last week. Barbara Schrauvh, who had '.viirked there a year following resignation of Geraldine Bruns, resigned to be married next week Id Hugh Lic-kteig. Four Attend K. C. Mass— .1. P. Sluder, E. M. Olson, L. H. Kleinpetcr, and L. Youngwirth 'attended an annual K. C. mass, breakfast, and memorial service ;>.t St. Cecelia's church, Algona, Sunday morning. Mrs. Studer and MYs. Olson assisted with the breakfast. Larsons, the Elmer Johnsons, | was on short cuts in house tasks. Brill, Leonard Larson, the Pal- j Rose, youngest daughter of Mr. mer Pearsons, Burt, Mr. and Mrs.! and Mrs. All' Studer, reached her Harold Swab, Convilh, the Carl' 15th birthday Sunday. Loren, Pearsons. Manly, and the Paul | son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, was also 15 that day. W. Drewelow, Omaha, former Wesleyan, visited old .friends here one day last week. He was for some years with the First Na- tionlil bank here. Mrs. Anna Reno returned Friday from a month with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Sheets, Omaha. She had a major operation at Omaha. Leo Reno, Paul Flaherty, 'and Bob Kirkpatrick left for home at Chicago Monday, after a week of pheasant hunting here. Mrs. C. W. Goslin, Woden, former Wesleyan, visited the John Hutchisons one evening lasl week. Jerry Wingert, student at a St. Paul seminary, spent the weekend at his parental. Laurence Wingert's. Pat Rasmussen, of the.^navy, spent a few cl'jys recently at his parental Fred Rasmussen's. ' Donna Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kinni'ard, was JJ Sunday. Mrs. Cora Grosser, Spencer, is visiting her relative, Mrs. Anna Reno. LAKOTA SOOTH PACIFIC BOY IS MARR lions; Mrs. George Hcetland, devotions; Mrs. Durward Millag T t , .. , .. , . read a story on Alaska, and Mrs., Jeri 7 Heetland attended an ex- C. A. Gutknecht passed out cloth ! <;" ]™J^ SSST^ . r . atBnnc, last White Cross. ^,^ nt ° bandDBeB f ° r "*>™SZ, MS^^TSStt ta I charge. Women from Ledyard, j Greenwood, Seneca, and Ramsey Pvt."Eci'win"sleenhard, son of ' were present. Mr. and Mrs. John Steenhard, ar- ' Mrs. Henry Kuchenreuther, of Lynden, Wash., spent last week Come Home on Furloughs— _ ra^onow, ,, JJ«KC jrain.. ,uii= i"' Her. MufM ta/lhAtt^rali^and Venne, ^ .^^^ Sin,.*., Lu I AV-. | W (-» * "•• t Mrs.'.Embry Smith, Sons Dick and Allan,' arid the Raymond Winters' wrfe Siuiday guests of the wom'eti's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle./rieat- Ledyard. Mrs. A'.,.J: Htendry, Minnea^O dloria left Monday for/home at Austin, Minn.; after'two weeks with relatives and friends here. The Aid will meet Friday at the Lutheran schoolhouse, Mrs. Glara Pompe hostess, and election of officers will be held. Us, and her daughter Judy spent j The Rev Wm> Sloc k an d his the weekend, jit' the • former's brother A. C. Schissel's. Several carloads of people from this .vicinity-attended 'a 'Farm Bureau annual meeting at • Burt last Thursday - night. '' The Presbyterians will hold their;annual bazaar and chicken supper at the church Saturday, 'November 18, : , -, • family, Ayrshire, recently spent a few days at the Rev. and Mrs. A, F. Otto's. The Young People's society! will meet at 8 p. m. Friday evening at the Lutheran schoolhouse. Divine worship with holy communion will be held at the Immanuel Lutheran church here at 10:45 u. m. Sunday. A circuit mooing for the Algona district o'C the Missouri Synod will be held at the church here Nov. 29, and dinner will be served by the church. The Rev. Mr. Hinrichs, Mallard, visitor in the district, will conduct services here Doc. 3. PRINTING NOV. 9, LARGE J OBS smnll—thpy all g( S tntlon and skilled ( the Advance. LOTTS CREEK rived from the South Pacific one Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson, arrived from Australia on furlough. Cecil is married, but his wife remained in Australia for t'he time being. She is expected here later. day last week on furlough. S-Sgt. at her sister-in-law Mrs. August Cecil Peterson, son of the laic I Baumnnn's. She spent the sum- 1 mer with a daughter at New York City, and is how on her way home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke drove to Mason City Saturday to meet and bring home their daughter Verna, who came via train for a visit. , Verna has-been employed at Kansas City, Mo;. The Andrew Andersons ,sj>ent October 29 with 'their\ daughter News of Klocke Brothers— S-Sgl. Glen Klocke, who recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Klocke, then went Red Cross Branch Elecls— Mrs. H. J. Bralcy was elected president of the local Rod Cross branch at the annual meeting Friday in the Surgical Dressings moms. Mrs. Vee Mullin is vice- president; Mrs. A. M. Lease, sec- n-tliry-lreasurer. Naomi Foerisch to Wed— Banns of marriage were published Sundliy ;it St. Joseph's for Naomi, daughter of Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, and Bernard Heinan, of Corwith. They have chosen Tuesday, Nov. 21, as wedding day. Shower for Bride-To-Be— A Miscellaneous shower will bo given Friday evening in the parish hall for Barbar'j Schrauth, who will be married to Hugh Lickteig next week. Group Calls on Patients—. Edw. Hildman, the Bob Kains, and Mrs. William Loebig went to Fort Dodge Sunday to visil Mrs. Hildrnan and Mr. Loebig, patients at Mercy hospital. Captain Here on Furlough— Capt. John Froelich is spending u furlough at his parental Charles Foelich's. He has been in the Hawaiian Islands five years. John Studer Hospitalized— John L. Studer is 'a patient at the veterans hospital, Des Moines. lie entered Friday. Othor Wesley News. Rosalie Doerr, Mason City, and Lakota, Nov. 7—Pharmacist's] Male 3-c Charles Miltng, son of Mrs. Eva Miltag, east of Lakota, and Velma Jean Shiplcr were married recently at Elkton, Md. "Chuck" was in the South Pacific last year, then in a hospital in California,iijtnd came home on furlough-'ieariji'l last spring. His sister Vitgirira, 'employed at Washington, D, C., and his .wife are now together there. Mrs. Smith Goes Visiting— Frank Lewis took Mrs. Emma Smith to Blue K: rth Frid.iy. and thence she took a bus to Mankato. going on from there by train to Revillo, S. D., to visit a sister, Mrs. Roy Gunstead. She is also lo visit at other places DANCES Friday, 'Xov. 10— liny Cook and His Rhythm Cltili 'Orchestra. Tuesday, Nov. 14 — Malek Hros. Accordion Hand Friday, >'ov. 17—Lynn.Kerns . Ferdie Mittag, 2c, petty, naval officer, arrived Saturday from Washington, D. C., where he was sent to attend a school, and will spend a 30-day leave with his 'parents, Mr.-and Mrs. H. F. Mit- ,teg. He will return to 't'he school after his leave.v, Announcement has been received of the birth of a daughter, Barbara Jeari/'to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Fickb<?hm, at the Kos- siith hospital. ;Mrs. Fickbahrn.is the foi-mer v Dpr6thy, 1 Wichtendahl. 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