Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1937 · Page 6
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FOUR S, S, WORKERS OF COUNTY IN MEETING HERE Day is Devoted to a Varied Program of S. S. Topics. A county Christian education convention was held at the Presbyterian church here Friday, with J. C. ~Skow, Wesley, county president, presiding. Registration took place at 9 a. m., Florence Hof, Lu Verne, county secretary, in charge. F. L. Ryerson, Burt, presented the themo The Sunday School Challenges Me. Mrs. W. J. AVcsis- brod, Fenton, presented the Children's work division and the theme, "Teaching Children to AVor- Ship. O. G. Herbrecht, state S. S. worker, presented Helpful Materials for Workers With Children, and also gave Helpful Materials for Workers With Young People. The Hev. Harvey Nelson, Lakota, presided over a young people's workers' division. The Rev. Goo. C. Vance spoke on directing Christian youth in Christian work and presided for an open forum. The Rev. H. E. Harvey, Swea City, presided over an administrative work division. Walter Ilutton, state worker, directed a forum on Improving Our Church! School. County officers gave annual reports, and Mrs. Ray Miller, of Titonka, gave musical numbers. Lunch was served at 1 o'clock by the Presbyterian Aid. In the afternoon the Rev. Mr. Vance lod dovotionals. Separate conferences were then held, with the Mcsdames W. J. AVeisbrod Fen- I ton, mid Mrs. Boms, Burt; tho'"Rev. ' Mr. Nelson, Lakota; Mr. Skow, of AVcsley; tho Rev. Mr. Doms, Mr. Horbrenht, and Walter Hutton pre- j siding at different tmes. The Rev. R. M. Schwyhart, Algona, presented special music, and the convention adjourned at 4 p. m. ! Kloction of officers was held and Mr. Skow was re-elected president; Mrs. Miller, Titonka, vice president for the north half of the county; Mr. Ryerson, vice president for the ' south half: Hulda Fritzmoier, Lu Verne, secretary-treasurer. i New division loaders are: Pastor! Doms, Hurt, .superintendent of lead- i ership training; Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona, tempe-rancc; Mrs. AVilliam Weisbrod, Fenton, superintendent of the children's division; Pastor' Vance, superintendent of the young Sec-pie's division; J. A. Freeh ! adult, and Mrs. Harvey Steven/ ANYONE KNOW THE WHEREABOUTS OF THESE PIONEERS? Does anyone in the county, particularly In the North End, remember the Hayward family, which lived in the Ledyard - Lakota - Elmore neighborhood some 50 years ago? There were two sons in the family, Virgil and Merle. Their mother bore the surname of Pike before marriage. Mrs. Pike js supposed to be dead, but her descendants have an interest in the estate, and E. E. Martin, Des Moines, administrator, was here Monday, trying to locate the family. After inquiry at Algona Mr. Martin drove up to the North End for further investigation. He left his address with the Advance, and letters to him about the Haywards will be forwarded, in case anyone who knew the family and knows of the present whereabouts of any member, will be forwarded to him. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA tfoltes Are 50 Ycnrs IVcd— Mr. and Mrs. Chables F. Nolte which they have livdd 25 years. Mrs. Nolte is tho j former Alice M. Halverson, and ihe was born at St. Peter, Minn., 69 years Cerrrey, Mason City. Mrs. Cerney Is highly recommended as an Instructive and interesting speaker. A 25c lunch will bo served by the Burt Methodist Aid. Flower Fnns In Get,-TopfcHior— Mrs. H. J. Bode, of Plum Creek, entertained a small group at her country home Thursday at one o'clock luncheon. Guests were Mesdames J. 0. F. Price, Hortense Ferguson, R. M. AVallace, J". H. Brechtbill, all of Algona, and Mes- Relatives ind friend* nf~Mr onrl i dnnlM Cl Cl Smitli and Crookcs ' M, s K L Bo, mann ?ook tSm bj ! wlth Mttrle °Tf '/ *" ."V^" Th ° surprise by calling on them Frl-' Y omen f,°, a11 Intor 2 8 cd , ln gar " ' in honor of the Bor ' and flow6rs ' and ln the aft01 " Avnrtrtt,MT M,. ,«i ™> nnon th °y inspected Mrs. Bode's weaning, Mr, and Mrs. the local Baptist church for the last year. en for Christina Orlger at the Ac- er, eon Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ^ V1 ., ademy hall, Whlttemoro, Sunday, son, son Joe, and Louis Olson, all and 225 persons attended. Five hun- i of Algona. dred and bridge were played at 25! The Beta Sigma Phi sorority's tables, Mrs. Matt Klrsch winning benefit bridge party Wednesday high at 500, and Clara Stouffel be- j evening at tho Legion hall was at- Ing low, while Mrs. Charles Platho tended by 70 guests. At contract was high at bridge, and Mrs. Henry Mrs. M. J. McCall won high, and Thilges was low. Mrs. Charles Mrs. 0. D. Shumway was second- iwcoi, Bornmnn won a door prize. Lunch a t auction Lorraine Tlornoy won be. t was served. Many gifts wore re-, high, and Mrs. James Burns was I N r ," by the bride-to-be. second. ' , Tho Trinity Lutheran Young l^lUmim,,;,' People's society mot Friday oven-i Dr. II H Ing at the church, 28 attending,' wald Ursm, bueiness mooting Hurt; Hi.',.,,,!,",, (Sunday school class officers of tho now ending entertained the years ago. married here September 27 1887 > iclass Friday evening at 7 o'clock Klinner in the church dining room. fower uoweis. and a social n , or T 0 a 252 U P0ti! he ^ and Homer, Algona, ind Mrs. Wm ssr evening was spent at cards. Guests |EraLt h L?wro'n?o lk Ma J tt h akd d F^k * M(]g * CInb Mcc(s Tol » orirow 'Bormann families, the ' John Gel-', Mr f',, Ge ^ H> , Fr , C , c w11 , 1 . cn . tertftln shockers, the Henry and Connie her Idl ° Ho « 1> brldge club tom ° r ' Kohlhaas families, the Mike and , row at * ° ? lock *™<*™* &*• ller " . - -- --' "i-ivu "uu i, nmn Members of the club are hostesses at Hlumor I n is Whittc, .secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Glen- Mrs. A. E. Kresensky ._„.„„„ iRoland, membership chairwoman; hor """Bo club at hor homo Satur- Mrs. Clarence Stewart, flower day afternoon, ichalrwoman; and Raymond Reid, (social chairman. Mrs. Jacob AVolf, Kasota, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gilbertson, Ral )Ti e r"' Min ""' Ml '' and Mrs- AVm. M. Becker Sr. tind Jr • Mr Nolte's brothers Julius and Ernest' Goodell; a nephew, Henry Nolte, "•"' '-'s wife and daughter, Mrs. Altman, U. B. Frankl;" Marie Cox and Mrs. Jack La Bruen, Dell Rapids, S. D.; Frank and Louis Kester and Veronica Monlux, W. G. McCullough, E. J. Hough, G. D. Stokes, Dg ^AVhite, and the hostess, Mrs. S. B. French will be a guest of tho club. A two- IJodo Girl Weds Algonfnn— Lucille daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud, Bode, and Robert, Mosdanies W. W, Sullivan and John N. • Koneflck were club guests. After bridge covers were laid for 12. Mrs. Joel Hcrbst won tho high score. A covered-dish supper will be served tomorrow (Wednesday) Soxton, administration superintendents. This meeting was considered the, y Sun- had. ^family dinner wtls served at 5. More than .... Group to Burt— The local Presbyterian Aid was at Burt. The Mrs. Fred Parks is°the president of the local Aid, and among local from here Th°, f , thC a l brld e c ' flfafo ^ ' ' "™ "' dward ;, ° f Wll l 1 ' the county * VLVI jKiioiuu, ojuuu, tuiu aiuuuii, ov-ivuu luniuiiuw \vvuuiieauayi son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braun, evening at 6:15 at the Presbyterian 'Algona, wore married at Rockwell church. Mrs. Cuyler Young, of tho City Saturday at 2:30 p. m., the Presbyterian mission field in Peri Rev. Mr. Peterson performing a sia, will speak. Tho public is In! single-ring ceremony. The bride vited to attend. tllR| u was dressed in blue, with black ac- i The Presbyterian Bible class will cessorios .Attending were Mr. and moot tomorrow (Wednesday) with Mrs. Chester Dilllngor, Algona. Mr. Mrs. Hortense Ferguson, and hos- and Mrs. Braun arc living here. Itessos will be Mesdames Klahr, El- , , — - - - - - KOtil. Pennies P ay Marriage Li i WO rOMMloii ,..*._ ,,,n c . . "'"W. MRS, HENRY HAHLE, OF IRVINGTOT, DIES Mrs. Henry Huhlc, Cl, died at her home at Irvington at 12:30 Monday morning. She had been unconscious since she suffered a stroke a few days before. She had long had high blood pressure and had been confined to a wheel chair for years. Mrs. liable was born to Margaret and John Schmidt in Germany, September 28, 187G and to- attended. Gardner bowles | was then principal, and Mrs. C ° Wl8 W£1S a teacnen LeRoy : I3iWnrcVpaul^Carrson 1L> Arch P Ie ?" T° r0 onto ; rl{lillod !l ' * o'clock Haines, Dennis Pratt, Clyde Smith l!"" 0 ' 1 , 0 ™ and styl ° sllow at thc ™i]Perry PhiHins' Younker toa roora Thursday. Mrs. -T. Jacobson, A.' ^ "' Crct!m ">yer, chairman of the and of the immediate family. The little granddaughter, Betty (Mac Becker, had all guests sign in I nor autograph book. i Mr. Nolte for many years clerked m local stores, and in his younger years he sold life insurance. Dinner Honors the Sclnvylmrts— A fellowship dinner in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Schwyhart was given Sunday at the Bap- erica by her parents, who their home at Anchor, 111 In 1893, at Sibley, 111., marriage took place. Six children were born, but two girls died in infancy. Surviving are John, Algona; AVilliam, Sumner; George, Algona; and Warren, Risley. The son at Sumner, who is blind, is practicing law. Two brothers, John and Herman Schmidt, Sibley, 111., will come for the funeral. Services will be The Rev. Goo. C. Vance, Congregational pastor, gave a toast which was followed by a vocal duet by Mrs. A'ance and Mrs. Sjostrand, accompanied by Mr. A'ance. Mr. Sjostrand then gave a talk, after which Irving Urch presented a farewell Practically all members of the congregation were present. Immediately following the pro- grain, the Schwyharts left by will be made in the Irvington cemetery. D. C., where Mr. Schwyhart will take training as a chaplain of the U. S. navy. He had been pastor at , H. Hoppe, I. Nelson, and Mullica. ; The guests were entertained with a program, after 'which a two course luncteon was served. Meyers Hosts at Luncheon— Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer were host and hostess at one o'clock luncheon at their home Sunday, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. R K Richardson AVesley; Myrtle Rasmusson, Minneapolis; and Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Rasmusson. Mr. Rasmusson now is band director in the local schools. council Thurs- i Wntniiyans to Meet Tonight— i The Wa-Tau-Yo club will have a I potluck dinner at the city hall this 1 -.--., „„„ evening. Members of the club are „,"', , , Lulu Huenhold, Adah Carlson Jes- p fj ™[ °' d sic Smith, Elva Ewoldt, Amy John- G "° sts woro son, Violet Norman, Anna Buss, Stella Mac Brccn, Laura Mitchell, Flora Tiss, Clarice Amcsbury, Imelda Doolcy, Beulah Larson, Berand Mrs. Lura Sanders. iS. S. Class Nnmcs Officers— Ua A. Richards, J. L. Daub, and J. M. Patterson. Employes of the Chrischillcs had a picnic supper at tho miter, Uin.:stP,i <mir r " S;;" 1 "' — «»o trf oilier wds .i,,|i n w . croft, and I,-one M Whether they] coppers" r,,r ll, c ,,,,J pursuing (l i, ]( . k or w <"-«'"«'.uidlng a Sj; frt , "oss to I,, last week Tuesday. p ()r te ( ], but Mrs and Mesdames who and H. M. Hau- Tho Irvln Ston Embroidery club next week Wednesday — The Congregational L. 0. A. Sun- was to have met September 22, but the meeting was postponed. Mrs. .Robert Bell celebrated a birthday anniversary last week j-,,> vi Lathrop, Lakoh'i,i" ],v n,r> u ,,, • . . ', uy UIH, .sot.iot.vs board of in managers. ''' Irvingion, Sopt. 27-fh . |.of Mr. and Mrs. ( .Algonn Girl Sorority Pledge— j A list of girl sorority pledges at [Iowa City appeared in the Friday j DCS Moines Register, Betty, daugh- !•• ••"•"=' °> «"». v. v. miuucun assist- ""'"'"""• j "* ""• """ •'"*• uare tor of Comptroller and Mrs C B ''"£• Mrs ' Charles Green elected! Dorothea Bjustrom will lead the! ilrc having wlmoping Murtagh, has pledged the Kappa "~' J " ~ ~ ——— « .. - , ., ; Gamma chapter there, and Mar- • , ~ —•*-...»..,, A.^IO. ^vi-1 — ~ u ..„...„„ ilr nj s igaret, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. :bcrt Granzow, treasurer. Mrs. Goo: iSunda y evening at 7 o'clock at the X. Crctzmeyer, Emmetsburg, has P- Vance entertained with songs, Church, pledged the same chapter. Betty """" Merron, Estherville, niece of Mrs. I R. H. Miller and sister of Donnabelle Merron of the Iowa State s a Delta Gamma pledge. me uongregational L. O. A. Sun- ""'•"""•' anniversary last week day school class was entertained Tucs(la y evening by entertaining fl'hursday evening at Mrs. Pearl 20 suesls. 'Five hundred" was the (Potter's, Mrs. V. V. Naudain assist- Aversion. nn £,. Mrs, (Jlitirlos G re on elected I •i-'Qj oiiie** ^..j U^LI v/m *> m iuu,u LUG i"~ " **"'' "^ n ""^iniig couch. M (president; Mrs. Guy Stokes, vice;' Motnodist Epworth League on! attond llu ' Ut 1 " Dwenwr* (Mrs. Naudain, secretary; Mrs. " ' v "" n ' A - (! '--- '-- "•-•---- -• • i — '"""I g, which a two-course luncheon for the Schwylinrts— The Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Schwy- eneral Tlie local Presbyterian Helping Hand society was entertained by the Burt Presbyterian Aid Thursday, and some 30 women here attended. Mrs. M. A. scn ° o1 Harry Sabins in the. Bryant auditorium County Federation Next Tuesday—! Thursday at 3:3 ° p> m " and includ Tho county federation of Worn-'? ,, m , tlie m '°S m m will be short m's clubs will meet at Burt in the i " ' -^'"B. Mr. Rasmus- ATethodist church, Tuesday' Octo- ! SOn> nnd Miss Rask °Pf on plans in >er 5, with the Burt, Titonka and the . various school departments. 3oan woman's clubs and the Port 3! oi U - C i la Wallace wil1 speak on The and Progressive club as hostesses !»,. s First Days at School, and The following program has been ! !f, S ^ Arnold>s third Krado room Jrepared: reports of the Sioux City j ve a sll °J'tjn-ogram. i.^n.oi. " J " 11 T reSS ' ^, T u e Pa " SLV ° wor ^ IVhittomore Girl- Mrs. Rob Roy A miscellaneous shower was giv- at Mr. and Mrs . and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. ! The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Schwylmrta left for AVashing- I meet at Alice Payne's tonight D. C. (ton, D. C., Sunday. Other Society. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zcigler entertained at dinner a week ago Sunday, and guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Gesch, Blue Earth- Mr and Mrs. Emil Nehring and the Louis Grimmelmanns, Elmore • Mr .and Mrs. Lars Egesdal, of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stray-!man, The Rebekahs will meet at hall tonight. « Algona Boy is Pledged. Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Grecnberg, Algona, has been pledged to the state university Phi Epsilon Pi chapter. Ho was graduated from the Algona high school last spring and is HOSPITALS] GENERAL Sept. 21—Harriot Hoiter Rock, major surgery. Sept. 22—Mrs. Fred Woden, major surgery. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Sept. 21—Nordert Tictz,! more, major operation. Sept. 22-Txionard '.....„. temore, radium treatment Sept. 21!—Mrs. Ralph! ley. tonsillcctomy. Sept. 24—Jan lino Robins^ gona, tonsillectomy; Mrs. Perry, Algona, boy. Sept. 2G—Charles Schryw.J major surgery. . Sept. 27—M'I-H. LawrenceBal a university fresh- AVesley, boy; Arvin Dils I Swea City, tonsillectomy. Made Possible Prices and styles that have KNEE ACTION. Floating power, air resistant and all modern improvements. 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