The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1942 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. Id, 1942 FINAL RITES FOR, MRS, RIPPEOTROP, LAKOTA, TUESDAY (Lakota! Funeral services W6re / held at the Presbyterian church for Mrs. Myrtle Rlppentrop last week Tuesday afternobn. The pastor, the Rev. E. G. Sauer and family, are on vacation and could not be located, so the Rev. O. H. 'Frerking, a former pastor, Dttbuque, and hia son, the Rev. Norman Frerklngi Lincoln 1 , Iowa, conducted the service and 'burial was'made In/the Ramsey Reformed church cemetery beside her fl/st husband. '^ * Mrs, Rlppentrop, who was fl8 years old, was borrr June 28, 1874, on a farm near Grundy Center, to Mr. and -Mrs. Thomas Johnson, and came to Kossuth county with her parents where she grew-to Womanhood. She was married to Tabe Loats, November 30, 1893, and ten children were born to them, 5 sons and 6 daughters, 2 sons and 3 daughters having preceded her in death. The family lived on a farm near Titonka until 1914 when they moved to Buffalo Center and in 1919 they moved to Wesley, where her husband died October 8, 1920. On October 9, 1922, she married Cort K. Rlppentrop, Lakota, and they lived, in this vicinity until Mr. Rlppen- trop's death July 20, 1940, and she has lived With her children since then. t (She was a member of the-local Presbyterian church and was an active member of the Ladles' Aid until her health failed. She leaves three sons, Hio/of, Buffalo Cenetr, Thomas of. Titonka and Tabe of Dubuque, two daughters, Mrs, Earl Goodnow of Mason City and Mrs. Andrew Jansen^ Lakota, 14 grandchildren, one brother, George Johnson of Tltonka, two sisters, Mrs. Amos Bergman of Bancroft and Mrs. Ben Pannkuk, Titonka; also seven step-children and many other relatives and friends. A mixed quartet, Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht and Fred Schroeder and Messrs. Jerry Ukena and Jerry Heetland sang two hymns and bearers were William Ukena, Edr! Qra- 'bau.^Carl Gerzema, Ufobe Dreesman, William Gutknecht and I. E. Wortman. GRAVEL PIT, SCENE OF WILLIS DROWNING, POPULAR About half the \people In Lakota drove to the gravel pit south -of town Tuesday evening when word Was received of the drowlng of 12- year- old Clifford Willis that afternoon. Many remained on the grounds until the <body was taken from the water. This gravel pit is a large one with water 20 feet deep In places where the steam shovel has taken out gravel In past years. There Is also a fine 'beach on one side of the pit which was sponsored by arid the work paid for by the Woman's cubs of Lakota and Titonka severaL-years ago. It Is extensively used by peopI6 from the surrounding towns and territory, (Mesdames »W. E. Ley and I. E. Wortman were Blue Earth, Minn., visitors last week Wednesday. Faustine, Fanchon ttnd Rodney Heetland spent last week visiting their uncle and family the Ted Ga- •bels at Pilot Grove, Minn. Mrs. Emory Smith received word last week Wednesday that her husband had passed all required tests for -the navy and ileft that afternoon for the Great Lakes training station. •The Methodist women met in the church last week Wednesday afternoon for their August meeting and a pot luck luncheon was served with several visitors present. The women planned to hold a bake sale August 22»d, place to ibe announced later. The next meeting will be WIDOW OF FORMER LUVERNE PASTOR DIED RECENTLY ILuVerne :,• Word has been received In LuVerne of the recent death at Wilton Junction of Mrs-.Sadle P. Lumbar, widow of the Rev. Marshall B. Lumbar former Presbyterian -pastor at LuVerne and also at Burt. Formerly Sadie Pentecost, she was born in 1865 at Ottawa, 111., and was married in 1890 to the Rev. Lumbar at Algona. niece, Miss Jessie MacArthur, of Ames, and several cousins at Algona survive. LIVE WIRES 4-H CLUB HOLDS ACHIEVEMENT DAY (The LuVerne Live Wires 4-H cluta held its achievement day at the Fairvlew school August 4. The attendance was limited because of the busy Season. Canned products were brought for judging by the following girls: Charlotte and Maxine Guy, Vera and Lela Fett, Helen Wolf, Wanda, Hash, Paulirre Yoeman and Mary Lee Cole. The products were, judged and placed Into groups 'by Mr. and Mrs* A. L. Brown and Mrs. Lafe Oxley and pictures were taken of our achievement day activity. (Vera Fett will represent the club as the health girl. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments Were served. Mary Lee Cole is reporter for the club. Pi VOSS CELEBRATES 82ND ANNIVERSARY Mrs. D. Voss had a party last held at the church Sept. 9th with week Tuesday afternoon _Aug._ 11 a committee in charge. (Mrs. Harry Mussman receivad word last week that her brother, Harold Ketster, who has 'been taking a six weeks course at Camp Grant, 111., has received his diploma and has been chosen with five other men from his class for veterinary and meat inspection work and Is. at present stationed in Chicago at a large packing plant.' 9$$$$$$$ $$$$$$ $-$ $ $ $ $$ $$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$^ CASH LOANS I 25 - 50 -100-200 - 250 OR MORE I , • *• v ' •» To pay your bills, taxes, to buy fuel, clothing. Prompt—Courteous-—Dependable Service . Special Payment Plan For Farmers 6ome in—Phone —Write. Kossuth County Credit Bureau « E. H. Pittman, Mgr. 9% N. Dodge, Algona, Ia. 23-25 * *$$*$,$$$$$$$ S* S $$ $$$$$$$4 when many frends and relatives celebrated her 82nd birthday. A dinner had been given in her honor on the previous Sunday when members of her family and the Rev. E. L. Witterrperg and family were present. Relatives were her son, John Voss, Sr., and Mrs. Voss, and daughter, Dolores, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., and three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and two daughters, Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pergande and two daughters. There were 22 present. Mrs. Jennie Levler, a guest at the ! party was 83 years old on, the same day and Mbe- oldest person present. The afternoon was spent talking over old times. A dainty tray lunch was served. Many gifts of fruit and flowers, handkerchiefs, letters and cards were received. \ Arlene Thcmas has returned to her duties at the Jones cafe after a week's vacation spent with her sister at (Fort Dodge, •« Russell Greiman, formerly editor of the LuVerne News, has been transferred from Camp Barkeley, Texas, to Camp Arald, Oregon. Me Is now Corporal Greiman. , Mrs. C. E. Tayman, Healdsburg, Calif., has'been a guest oflhe I. W. Hofs. She is a cousin of the late Consuelo Hanna and had visited here on several occasions. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Rankin pastor of the LuVerne-Livermore Presbyterian churches, have"returned from their vacation' and church was held as usual last Sunday. MY. and Mrs. A. W. Porter and daughters visited last week at the home of Mrs. Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker. They spent Wednesday at West Bend visiting a sister of Mrs. P<orter. Mrs. T. L. Williams and grandchildren-, Dale, Donna and Marilyn Zentner left Thursday morning on a trip to Wyoming taking Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs. Isabel Umland, to her home after an extended visit here and at Otho. The W. S. C, S. of the Methodist church Will meet at the community hall .next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 with the following hostesses in charge, Mrs. H. H. Lichty, M W. H. Ellis and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Fred Zwiefel. Mrs. J. A. Nelson and daughters, Eleanor and Harriet, have returned from a visit with relatives at Jackson, Minn., and Walllngford, Ia. B-n their return they were accompanied by Alma Nelson, of Wallingford, and Miss Dorothy Refsell of Robinsdale, Minn. The Presbyterian Ladies' Association met Wednesday afternoon' with Mrs. F. I. Chapman. Mrs. F. G. Hagist was devotions leader and Mrs. J. E. Rankin led the lesson on Missions in South China. Out of town guests were the Misses Frair- ces and Martha Kabele, of Goldfield. News Items of Wesley. Vicinity Thayer Mullin is employed in a canning factory at Blue Earth, Minn. Mrs. John Amesbury fell at her home one day last week and broke her ankle. / Gwendolyn Berrie of Humboldt PURITY- island City, H. v in the big big bottle I Authorized Bottler; Peel "Cola BpttUng Co, of Fore Back To School today, RRd" sort «»t tb$ gar, ments that must be ready {or Phone m to have our t*ssfc <pick them up. Oo,lt »ow ang; your clones fparkttflf pJefttt for the of««tef of *chpol, AUK- us|^, Sweaty spent several days last week at the Delbert Benton 'home. : Mrs. A. C. Benakiir will entertain the Stitch and Chat circle on Wednesday, August 19th. Dorothy Ulnn retuWiedi '.home at Ralston Thursday morning. She had visited her friend, Nona Silbaugh for three weeks. Mrs. Susan Lease spent several days last week with her two daughters, Mrs. Will Walker and Mrs. Ed Studer, at Corwith. The Woman's Society of Christian Service Will have a supper Wednesday evening, Sept. 9th, In the Methodist church basement. ' Mrs. 'Wellington' Drewlow and daughter, Betty of Omaha, former Wesley residents, visited Mrs. Susan Gray one day last week. A food shower will be held In the new parish hall for the Sisters on Sunday, August 23rd.-- A pot luck lunch wllj ba served. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, her daughter, Rita and Miss Kmma lowo'i now uroomlinif *•• MonlroM Hotel It to tht everyday hotel what a D*U*l-pow*r«d giant of lh* ralb b to on old foihloned wood burntr. Id n*w throughout,' from flagpole to RogitonM. New Java Room Coffee Shop, Hurdl*. and Halter Inn and .food fountain ROOM wRl pleaie and delight vow. worn MOWRQSt Studer, visited Tuesday and Wednesday in Iowa 'Falls and Dubuque. Irene Rose Scanlin of Colman, S. D., came Saturday evening for several, weeks'., visit at the home of hSr aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'Hildman visited at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Lyons Tuesday evening. Mrs. (Leona) Lyons had a birthday Wednesday. The Study Club was entertained by Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer Thursday afternoon. Miss' McBride of Earlham, tubercoulsis research worker in this county, addressed tti<\ ladies. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Reinwand left for their, home at Milwaukee last week Wednesday. They had visited a week at the home of her brother, Andrew Gollner and family here. Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Red Cross chairman, announces that the following articles were sent to county headquarters: 17 sweaters, 15 bed jackets, 2 pair bootees, 7 dresses and 5 baby jackets. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman went to Algona Thursday morning to be with their daughter, Mrs. (Verna) Bob Kain of Sexton, who submitted to a major operation at the Kossuth hospital that morning. The K. Y. N.'circle will meet on Tuesday, August 18th, with Mrs, Herman Cjsteroamp, the Willing Workers, Wednesday, August 19, at the Oliver Young home with Mrs. Will Knight as hostess. Mrs. Sophia Fritsch left Tuesday for her work at Austin, Minn, She is employed at aipacking plant and had 'been home several weeks since the death of her mother, Mrs, Joe Hauptmann, Sr., in an auto accident. Alvin Loebig and Bob Studer' went to Des Moines Friday morning where they took the examinations for enlistment into the army air corps. William Johnson and Ralph Bauer, Jr., took £he boys down. Paul Goraskowski of Swea City was a guest at the Mrs. Anthony Johnson home Wednesday. He and Mrs. William Johnson are home on a two weeks' vacation from Buffalo, N. Y., where they are employed at the Bell Airplane factory. Sister Luke and Bernadine Hanig of Dubuque came Tuesday night by bus, for, a visit with relatives. Sister Luke is an aunt of Leo and George Hartig, Her sister, Mrs. Pauline Hanig, lives at the Leo Hanig home. Bernadine is the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hanig, . Jlr. and Mrs. Jack Haverly received word Thursday that their daughter,'Mrs, (June) "Bud"Hauptman, had left for National City, SWEA CITY BOYS NOW IN SERVICE, HOME ON LEAVE Swea Cltyj £eaman Melvin Krumm, stationed with the U. S. Coast Guard at New Orleans, 1« home bn furlough with his parent.1, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krumm. Petty Officer Floyd Zufall of the navy is home for a few days before sailing as ft radio operator oh one of Uncle Sam's ships. Private Arnold Boever, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boever, is now located at Fort Bremerton, Washington, and Private Clifford Dourte son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant'Dourte, is at Fort Riley. Kansas. Word has been receiver! by home folks of promotion to corporal of Elmer Berg, with the army in Alaska, and Lawrence Mogensen of the navy is nbw petty officer third class. Donald Barger is how with the air corps at Santa An«, Calif. Francis Sevold is at Great Lakes Naval training station where he went last Monday after enlisting in the navy a short time ago. Paul Goracskowski, employed at tho Bellalre aircraft plant in Buffalo, N, Y., is spending a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goracskowski, in Eagle township. Harold Hewett is reported to have enlisted in the army recently and will enter training socn. Sam Heathershaw, local 'barber, has received word that his son, Kenneth, has enlisted in the army and is being sent to Fort McArthur for induction. Kenneth, who is a graduate of the Swea City high school with the class of 1939, has been employed with a San Diego banking firm. His father was one_ of the youngest 'soldiers from this community to take part in World War 1 and was rescued from the ill- fated troop transport Tuscania. when she was torpedoed. Marian Berggren of San Diego has been visiting her father, Fred Berggren. "The baby son born Monday, August 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Farland failed to survive. Burial was made Tuesday afternoon in Harrison cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm of ] Swea City, Mrs. Hattie* Fults of' New York City, her daughter, Mrs. Robert Pritchard of Lexington, Kentucky, and the Claude Splek- ers of Sioux Falls spent last week at Okobojl. Magdalene Thiede and her sister, Mrs. iFabian Isenminger of Fairmont were visitors at the Walter G. Smith home Wednesday evening. They were on their way •home from Corwith where Mias Thiede had gone for the purpose of handing in her resignation as third grade teacher. She has accepted a contract to teach fourth grade at Wells, Minn, this year. The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson and baiby, Gene, left last Thursday for a two weeks' vacation. Services at the Baptist church will continue as usual during their absence. Jess Gra'ber, theological student at the -Bethel Institute in St. Paul, preached Sunday, August 16, and a My. Bloyer, who is studying.*arjt.he min- istiy .at Northwestern "'Bible/school in Minneapolis, will fill the pulpit on the following Sunday. Livennore Newa Virginia Scantan of Algona has been here visiting her friend, Mary Zlgrang. Ollle Smith is quite 111 at his home on East Main street and under the care of a physician. A number of ladles enjoyed n quilting party at the Catholic church basement Frilday afternoon. Donald Falb has returned from Buffalo Center where he spent two weeks visiting .his grandmother, Mrs. Charles Jones. Miss Rita Murphy, who recently received her B. A. degree at tho State University of Iowa, will teach next year in Mollne, 111. She is visiting here this month. There will .be a meeting of the Livermore -Humboldt townshiu branch of the American Red Cross at the town hall here Friday eve- nign at eight o'clock. At that time a successor to Mrs. Hammond will be chosen to serve as secretary. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the .home Of Mrs. Dorfs Hollinger last Wednes- /iay afternoon. After the business meeting and lesson a social afternoon was srient. A fifteen cent lunch was served by Mrs. Hollinger. The Lions club held its regular meeting and dinner at the "Barnette" last Monday evening. The dinner Was served toy Mrs. Clark and her helpers. After the dinner THE FINEST THINGS IN LIFE Hot* lo lh» most in Sioux Ctty.'" You or* welcom*. 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