SECOND SECTION me jjrvrs, Schenck To Be Chairman For r Annual Event - ,''Mrs. Elizabeth A, Schenck has b|en named ehairmdft of the i 1948 Easter Seal campaign for ' KossUth couhty. Assisting in the dpunty campaign will be • Mrs. Fred Shilts, James" ,Murtagh, Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter, R. N.r N; C.' Rice, Miss Fidelia Skow, Rev, E. Bcnaoh, Mrs, C. H, Beardsley, A. L. Brown, O. B. , Lairtg, Miss Beth Annis, Leighton Misbach, A. E. 'Lauritzen, Algona; Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison, Miss Anna Flom, 'Wesley) J. G. FV Smith, Mrs. Henry, Looft, Fenton; A. E. Carpenter, Donald Grouse. Ledyardj W< B. Officer -BUrtj "Mfe, 'Howard French, Ti- lOttka; Myron Johnson, Swea City; Dr. T. J. Egan, Bancroft A. E. Anderson, Lakota; Mrs. H E. Woodward, Whittemore; Mrs Fred Gcnrich, Lone Rock; Sister Mary Felician, Bode; Mrs, Loren 'TidT*cAVi. T.**X/AY*V**»« «»*«] ' eti_i *w , '• ' *'' ,fT- ** s In County Easter Seal Campaign Quarters are Plymoutri .building Des Meihed. Mrs. Dbfothy' Phi?< lips is the executive secretary, Military Riles At Swea City Swea City— Last rites Jor Lt. arry Montgomery Were held Wednesday at theteaptist chiirch. . Services were in charge of the pastor; the ReV. Peters, and Montgomry post of the #FW and Fisher post of the American Legion. , LttVerne; and u Mary Clement, S£. Benedict. & i? The_ , Iowa campaign which headed by Earl Hall, 'Mason City editor; gets underway February 28 and continues Sunday, March 2?. until Easter million lowans " will sheets of Easter Seals mail. Over'fc half receive in the Funds from the 1 seal' sales provide the main support ofc the Iowa, Society for Crippled Children and,the Disabled. This organization carries on'a, wide-and varied program of services to the handicapped: Included are equipment, medical 'and dental care, % hospitalization, physical therapy, convalescent 'care, special schooling^ ifj'elp for parents of spastic children*, and' home'em : ployment. ahce. Other • phases .-, of i the fsocl- ety> work includes/ aV cerrtibral palsy school, spdclal'/ cambffighi programs, and a rehabilitation program that provides part-time employment' in > the ; 'handicap-' ped's own home. ''j " • Heading the'-Iowa Society for "Crippled Children and the Disabled is W. ,1. Griffith, associate professor of radio at Iowa State college in Ames.' 1 Other officers are Miss Bess Johnson, of Des Moines and A. C, Fuller,- Cedar Falls^ v s ice presidents; Afrs. Myrton Skelley, . Des Moines, secrei tary; and J. R. .Moines, treasurer. , Astley, Des State head- .-body of Lt. Montgomery arrived here Tuesday p. -m,, accompanied by Captain Davis, St. Loiiis, who remained until',after the burial in Harrison,cemetery. Harry had spent his entice life here until he was called into Service. He attended church a'nd Sunday school, had a part in all the .-usual youthful activities, and was graduated from hi^h .school. Later he was employed by Phillips petroleUm company. Shortly after he entered army life he was married to Miss Beulah Glad- stonp, .Lone, Rock. One daughter was born to them. He met his death in France, July 13, 1944. He is survived by his daughter Susan Jane; his widow, now Mrs. Lee; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery; two sisters. Mrs. Kenneth. Letcher, Alexan. ^r 3 ', 0 '' and Lucille a student /at Northwestern Uiblc school Minneapolis; five brothers, Edward, Floyd, Keith, Allan and Berlin. Also his grandfathei Ralph Walker, and several othei -elatives. Funeral music was furnished bv a mixed quartet. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Roo Sanders, Caryl Peterson and Sam Link; and a solo by Mrs. Peter Peters: Mrs W. G. Smith presided at the piano. Pall bearers were his bcbth- ers and. his uncle, Rqlph Walker The usual military honors were conducted at th'e cemetery. Commander^ Lowell Larson in'charge Home After A Trip To Hawaii LuVernp; Mrs. Edward Dehnert .and daughter'Mrs. John M. Peters, arrived home Wednesday from _ Honolulu.-, -Mrs. - Dehnerl flew "there from San Francesco in December for. a visit with' her — ~ ' ...daughter-Lieut. Riverdale Homemakers [ft Community Meeting, Feb, nPnf* TTnvM«t"Ho1*'/it*CT «i1«il* ,»/ TU-I . . . _-, The Homemakers club of Riv- drdale township met Tuesday, February 10, at the Riverdale community room. Homemakers present included 'MesdameS Vern Barker, Wesley Lee, Arthur Kohlhaas, Raymond Metzen, Martin Frideres, Howard Schoby, Wayne Smith, Anton Weydert, Nicholas Weydert and Lyle Steele. ^ A lesson on textile painting and,stenciling was given by Mrs. Howard Schoby. She also gave talk on hobbies. The women voted to continue the lessons through the summer. The first subject Will be vcge- r end-Mrs. r — T ;home thoVeyi yjear.and a Jialf.r ^f-f^^T ''' '•» < Now ' Lieut. Petdrs. has,' been assigned to sea\duties for-some rhpriths. On""* their ' return v trip VIrs.'.Dehnert flew back,"to thtf States while Mrs,-' Peters .'made the .trip by boat. ' Lieut, Peters axpects to return fa the 'United States this coming s'ummer. Young Actors Wesley—The Fearless Fellows presented "'a home talent play' to an audience of 25 youngster's' Friday afternoon, Feb. 6. They "'did wry well without the aid of any lutsiders. Mrs. Olson To Be Sexton Hostess Sexton'— Mrs. George Olscn will be hostess to the Sexton W. S.' C. S. at her homo next Thursday afternoon, Feb. -19. Mrs. L. P. Brethorst as co-hojuess. lome From Des Moines ' Mrs. Jess Grubb returned home from Des Moines the first of last week where she was at the home of her brother-in-law Mr. and 'Mrs. George Grubb and family for a week. Talk Church Repairs A committee met at the Ferd Brethorst home Wednesday evening where they talked over plans on repairing the Sexton tables to grow Suitable for freezing and methods of pr'eparfnt fruits and -vegetables -fo*',ffeei« ing, This lesson Will be given at the next meeting March 1? alorig mth the second project Ies$6ri Oft Legal Rights of Married Wbmett.' The less on consumers education may also be given. The meeting will be held at the Riverdale community room. Interested women in Riverdale and Cresco township arc invited to atten'd the meeting. Following the les^, son refreshments were served by Mesdames Wesley Lee and Ray-' mond Metzen. *" — "" ' ' ' • - " ' ' John Farrow who has been ill at his home for some time is 1m'-' Proving. Mrs. Perry Torrine visited ' r a few days at the home of h daughter Mrs. Fred Hudson Algona. -, Marrianne Menke, who attends the Mankato Commercial college* in Mankato, spent the ,w,eekeHd} at the home of her parents Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Menke. Juvenille girl Foresters held (a meeting and valentine parly Sat'- urday at the Forester hall. Seneca Group Is Host To Fenton Seneca—The Seneca farm Bureau again found itself playing hosts to their Farm Bureau neigh- iftg chosen from- the audience. H*nry Looft, selected to be "lit- tlfe" Red Riding Hood, P. M. Cpnstonsen, her devoted mother, A« E. Nelson, the grandmother, did C. C. Voight, the big bad wolf, jMrs. Clarence Osborn was narrator and> Mrs. Millen Jensen property ,and stage manager. Needless to, say,' the scenes depicted caused a great deal of hilarity. The usual business meeting Was held and refreshments were enjoyed. The Seneca Farm Bureau members were happy to that approximately twenty guests from Fenton Were present. In charge of the program were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Couch and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanders. Refreshments were served by the Charles Osborns, Herman Gielenfeldts. Otto Wilbergs, Roy Osborns and Henry Loofts. Stork Beats Ted Jensen To Ohio Seneca—Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen are ihe parents of a 7 lb. baby daughter born Tuesday at Canton, Ohio, where Mrs. Jfchsen has been spending the past few weeks with her parents,,the H. H. Firesfones. Ted left Monday evening for Canton, and when he arrived there the stork had already been there. Reports are that all are doing nicely. FIBRUABY 17, Whittemore Girl Want Ads, T^W • FOB- ONE! Your classified ads run in BOTH Algona newspapers for only on0 charge, and reach 9,000 families each week. u »v-paiimg me ouxion '"joio tu uicii raim oureau neign- church. Those on the committee 'bors on the south, Tuesday even- that ,„«,.„ ~,.,,™t T,— T .., -- - "vwx. Wla Vll^ CUlilllliUCC that.were present were Rev. J. A. Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. .Leo H.luven Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs.' Sim Bemis and Mis. Brethorst. Lester Eisenman and son Vetii on of -Grand Island, Neb., were Friday dinner guests and visitors at the home of his sister Mr. anc Mrs. August Kirschbaum. Mrs Drusie Noble was taken by ambulance to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Wednesday where she was under observation before going through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Elzo Lewerke and three children of Ottosen, Mrs Charles Stratton, Burlington, vk- ited Mrs. Drusie Noble at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Friday evening, then visited here with their grandmother and mother Mrs. Sarah Wise where Mrs. StraUon -'remained until she -left .,;-ares, ( raona seen 1 here 'for, two .weeks 'Helping ;o care for'her v sister?Mrfe.'Drtisie yoble before she w&s"t<eH the ^hospital. ,</ to BATHROOM SCALES Electric iarices VI Goche, Bancroft, s Recuperating Bancroft—Bill CJoche of Bancroft is up and around now after v undergoing a major operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Goche is also in Rochester at the clinic. ing at the Seneca school, as the result of the recent Farm Bureau membership drive, which saw the Fenton aggregation reach anc exceed their quota while Seneca still have a few to go to mee.tf their quota. - - » ,A program constituted the evening's entertainment which consisted of group singing, a talk on larm Bureau services-and activities by Owen Hurt, also a very interesting ,movie on conservation. The highlight of the evening's entertainment consisted of >a comedy skit entitled Little'~Red Riding Hqod with characters; be"HEARING To'Hbld^'lTnrc' , At Algona Hotel f It . Algona, Iowa ' February 20,: 1948 Demonstrating ,ihe -/New 1948** Model .of .Jhe .BELLTONE MONO-PAC with the magic silver circuit. Have your hearing tested free. Liberal Irade-in on your old aid, do not miss the opportunity for a free demonstration. Adv. v MAKB A WT V/ITH YOORFRIENPS AND -TRU. tHEM 4BOOT THE vfoHOERpw. SATISFACTION OBTAINABLE BYDMllNiiWITM muss* L SERVICE Whittemore —. Miss Marion Haag, daughter of Peter Haag of Whittemore, and Merle Gouge, son of Mr .and Mrs. David Gbuge, Algona, exchanged marriage vows at St. Micheal's Catholic church Tuesday morning, Feb. 10 the Rev. Raymond Pick officiated at the nuptial mass. Mrs. J. M. Fleming rendered the processional ahd recessional marches On the organ and ac* companied Mary Jane Uhlenhake who sang other hymns, Ave Maria; Charles Bormahn and Thomas Duffy were altar boys. The bride was attractive in a black suit with white accessories, pink roses and white sweetpeas made up her shoulder corsage. Her bridesmaid was her cousin Joan Elsinger, of Guttenburg, la., and she was attired in a pearl grey suit with pink accessories. She wore a shoulder corsage of yellow daffodils and white car- nations. William Haag, bride acted as"be» Haag and Richard ushers. ' A wedding breakfast'Was ed in the Harold' Roth., haft _ Algona, and the < dinner and re- , ception was held, at the ;Hehfy% Haag home ,t£ ,th'e* irtmedi&te families, south <5f Whitteiflore,^- -* The bi-idc i« a< graduate from' Presentation academy with' the', class of 1946, ahd the groofri at*' tended thfc Algona high schooL They jwfill be at hdme in AlgoMa, ^ At County Meeting Wesley—Mrs". Alfred Erdma'n,. Mrs. R. C. 8aUe£ Mrs. Joe Meu- — •-.*. u< *.»• i^ri •t^MMWf') ATAfcdt W UC JLVACU." t \~> rer and Mrs;,L. L.'Pfdffer &tterid« J -tf A'* :j r ^ ,. . ed the county American 'Lfcgiori Auxiliary meeting at 1 Lakota Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 3r*v ?;J r«ffi •fH :J nwtilancK. and ' Service Rember that there is nothing stable in human affairs; therefore avoid undue elation in prosperity,' or undue depression in adversity. 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