Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1937 · Page 5
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C, W, SCHRYVER, BORN IN 1865, PASSES AT BURT KQggUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. TOWA Popular Young Matron 'Showered' in Portland _ Burt, Oct. 4— c. W. Schryver . . «ne of Burl's most respected citi- | Farlnnd - and 84 women attended. «ens, and who had had a black- ' nfl" 58 Were played ' ftn d Mrs. E. L. Portland Twp., Oct. 4-A miscel- p. A. Mrs. Jones, of the State col- laneous shower was given Friday 'ege, will give a talk. This is to be ' Mrs. Garnie Hood's for Mrs m. "" "" * I ell Long, the Farland, and at M |- s. Garnie Hood's for Mrs. Ce- Blanch Mc- 84 women attended. , . s s o e an all-day meeting, with a covered- dish lunch at noon. OFFICERS FOR GLASSES ARE NAMED AT S.C, Swea City, Oct. 4— Class officers shop in Hurt fnr rnn^ *i, nil i & vc " lu P selections. "•• "• "'• j.-«ierson-s ana Jonn irs HIP* TV. A , more """V'e honoree received a large as- Trunkhlll's. Mr. Sorenson is Q irs, died at the Algona hos- jSortment of gifts, and lunch was I cousiu of Mr- Peterson, and he is a Tuesday evening, following sorv ed by Mrs. Hood and her as- j brother of Mrs. George Olson, Sex- ness of more than a month , tstlng hostesses, who were thel ton> whom the Soronsons also vls- leration had hnm, nnJ™,V,'^ Mesdames William Grover. R. iJited. - Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sorenson, of «"««i v_.uy, uci. 4 — uiass officers Centre, N. D., were recent visitors | in the Swe -i City high school were ' John "nnicd last week as follows: Seniors— Melvin Krumm, presi- *n illness of more than a month »r"V° "" - •• — An operation had been performed M . ei ? dames William Grover, E. L. upon him on Sunday, from which D . ic r k |neyer, Waif Waltinan, Earli n ,., fco failed to recover A ruptured t Upler ' ^ oscoe Stewart, and W. J.I 01 ' 1 appendix and abscess and cancer M^'L^'f 0 ° pal .Waltman and „ ...uuv^^oo tuiu i;ti the liver caused his death. Charles Woolsey Schryver. the • • ~j ui.uij'ver. uiu son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schry- TPftr 1 Tc no cm t It «: A .. . -• -- —t^.n »T<HL1UUII UUU Letha Mann. Mrs. Henry Smith, ATr« A Iffn^ n~,ir i_ . - ' t 3 J cet R ° bert Kai " visited !. O. Mann Thursday grcn, secretary — , pres- dent; Maurine Linde, vice; Warren Ewing, secretary. Juniors — Ellis Pehrson, president; Donald Bilsborough, vice; Donald Evans, secretary. •Sophomores — Ruby Borg, president; lola Tobin, vice; Helen Berg- ing at the homo of Mrs. Jennie McCrary, with Mrs. W. 0. Nelson ns assisting hostess. The Misses Gladstone, Harang Pollock, and Oaarde were at Fair mont last Thursday afternoon. Adelaide Harang spent las ! week-end a<t the Hcv. S. M. Glad stone home at Lone Ilock. FENTON CONSIDERS A CREDIT HOOK-UP WITH BUREAU HERE Fcnton, Oct. 4— The Community club here held its first meeting this .pfcners, waThorn on ° fiames ' October 25, 1865, in Union township me "™ont. greW to manhood - In MrsV A.fVed-Godf^dsoT 1 and'to "I "minted on e^oTl ^-^7. |° Fre^r - Marvin Sanders ?,!' '? ^ LCEi ° n ""i""* ^ ™* latter* daughter lona, had charge Ka!n , ftnd Mrs ' Man » were rural president; Beth L rd V cc M line ' Uos(lay CVOIunK ' and amo »e bus of irnmn<, «,i,i«u .._',,. <-"»rfce schoo mates In Plm,, rv.,,,1, *„,.,„ ™,.,. '.. _ ""'"i ''«, i\l,l.\tnc • ... , ge of games, which provided much «u.v,.i.-cii niiiUf imiB. IT? -, lt f°hnson, her baby, and Mrs. I Fred Worrel, with her son, all rel- ^ , - --0 *-">*«.. 1 U L1HS daughter, Ellen, was born. Mr. Schryver was at one. time r^ouS ^rar »s ^-j^^^^'-Tn: sdso served on the school board. Be was a member and official of the Presbyterian church, a mom- »cr of the Masonic lodge, and of v ' lr *t f- B. Lesson Soon- lie Consistory at Des Moines. Mrs. Garnie Hood will b He is survived by his wife and for the first Farm Bureau augntcr, Mrs. Ellen Baum, Den-''lesson, on child +™.i..i«~ . »mu iui a. iriuiiii wure rurui schoolmates in Plum Creek township many years ago. Other Portland. The David Webers and Mr. Weber's nephew, Vincent Adair, drove to South Dakota Thursday night for a few days of visiting. The L. J. Fairbanks family had supper and spent the evening at R. M. Wallace's, Algona, last - r« wm.n Mrs. Garnie Hood will be hostess l for %JM ft r the fir * ' «. Ames, Oakes, N. D., and Mrs! Anna Radcliffe, Twin Falls, Ida. Funeral services were held at the .Presbyterian church Friday after- sioon, the Rev. J. H. Dorns conduct- tog the service. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Services at the srave were in charge of Kossuth lodge A. F. & A. M., of which he tnts a member. Three to IVhitteinorc Tea- Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and daugh- "~ Mrs. Charles Olson, Burt, helped -" William Grover with cooking J 1 j-\ £M 1 t , . ° i Rock, spent : with Ruth TWIN SISTERS ARE BRIDES AT LAKOTA CHURCH son, son John Byron, Mrs. Lakota, Oct -1— At - . .*. ^v,*., ^^. uc , anu UUU5I1- iJUKOia UCt 4 At ters Ruth and Sarah attended an'Lutheran church took Aid tea at Whittemore last week ' ' n >_ uu «:n took HIP Methodist Conference at Sioux Six to S. S. Teachers' Meet— The Rev. L. Richmann, his niece, IPaul Widdel, Luella Bleich, Harold Weiske, Marie Carter, and Martha JRuhnke attended a Sunday school leachers' meeting at Algona Thursday evening. The meeting was conducted by Supt. Miller, Fort Dodge. vidtfcs to Tattle Congress- Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Elvid?e went 4o Cedar Falls Friday to visit their •daughter Kathryn, and they also took in the Cattle Congress at Wat- t. Paul — — •"-'v/ii. ^itiuc EI dou* jble wedding Wednesday noon, when Irene and Elsie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz were married to John Wibben and Clarence Pirsig respectively. The brides wore white satin and carried bouquets of sweet peas and Ophelia roses. Elsie's attendant was Elsie Pirsig, sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by Ervin Schwartz, brother of the bride. Ireno's attendant was Freda Schwartz, and Mr. Wibben was attended by his twin brother Gar- oraut. The bridesmaids wore rose crepe covered with white net. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers. . Mr and Mrs. Pirsig will live at Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Wibben, , „ u-.. u j_rj 4 \ju, *IUU dill a* Nelson's mother, Mrs. Bergman of Danbury, la., who had spent two weeks here, left last week Monday for Whiting, where Mrs. Nelson and her son visited Mrs. Nelson's I sister while Mr. Nelson attended 'the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference at Sioux City. Mrs. Bergman stopped at her homo at Dan- Snpervisor's Son Has Operation— Arthur Baum, son of Supervisor Baum, was operated on for appendicitis at the Dolmage hospital Wednesday, and it was reported later that ho was not doing as well as had been expected. Schoolgirl H»s Operation— n,?f el , 6n ,? ehrens was taken to the ?T J Center h °sPital last week Monday morning and had an operation for appendicitis. She is re- Ewing, secretary. For the student council the officers are Lyle Skromme, president; June Northern, vice; Gene Fagerland, secretary. Among members of the student iness considered was affiliation with the county credit association at Algona. Dr. Bahnson, president of the club, explained how the credit bureau is operated and said Ul<lt and erloo. Mrs. M. M. Chipmau accom- —. - ^ ^i*. iviuuen, 3»anied thorn to Mason City, jvhere on a farn i five miles south of Lashe visited friends. ' Jkota. Taltersons Huy Sheep Afjain— ^ r 1 s ,' Wnrfourton to C. W. Patterson and Emil Christiansen returned Thursday from Billings, Mont., where Mr. Patterson visited his brother Howard owar and made arrangements for having several thousand for feeding. sheep shipped Mrs. J. H. Warburton left last week Tuesday morning by automobile with the Rev. H. E. Harvey, of Swea Cty, for Anthon, where she visited the Rev. and Mrs. F O Johnson then with them attended the Northwest Iowa Methodist con- ference at Sioux City. Mr Harvev Child to Tniversity Hospital— went on to Sioux City the same of La Vonne Oreise was taken to|ternoon. The Rev. Mr Harvev and Iowa City Thursday for further the Rev. Mr. Johnson are both for treatment for infantile paralysis. mor pastors of tho Lakota charge OtherTS^Nc™. dXKK ryXtS.™"^ Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks and 'gate, was unable to attend ' 39ario Grover were dinner guests i . 'Wednesday evening at the Doctor, AT !', l|la ' sil v«'r Ten Given— Wallace homo in Algona. The Fair-, Tho Presbyterian women enter- 'banks children spent the night J amcd other church women and "Stork Shower" for airs. Sparks- Mrs. Henry Kline and Mrs. Meri 11 Sparks entertained at a stork shower for Mrs. Wilbur Sparks at the Kline home Thursday. Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. O. K. Frer- lung, with Jerry Heetland, attended a meeting of the Fort Dodge Elaine Kluger. - • Surprise Honors Mrs. Moats— The past matrons club honored he eldest member, Mrs. Mary Hoats, Thursday by gathering at ler home for a surprise party, the occasion being her eighty-seventh birthday anniversary. Ten of the 12 past matrons were present, also six guests, friends of Mrs. Moats. ^he guests were Mrs. Fred Miehe, Mrs. Aletha Miehe, Mrs. Harold Ditsworth, Mrs. G. D. Curtis, Mrs. William Mathers, and Mrs. Walter Bovis. Many gifts were presented, including a shoulderette, the gift of She past-matrons. Refreshments were served. Lutheran Aid M'iH Meet— The Immanual Lutheran Aid will meet Thursday with Mrs. John Drew, and Mrs. Gust Larson, Mrs. Mart.n Dahl, Mrs. George Pearson Mrs Russell Ditsworth, and Mrs. Buell Johnson will be assisting hostesses. Devotions will be led by Mrs Otto Larson; song leader •Anna Linde; topic leader, Mrs Carl Anderson. Mrs. tickholin to Mnson City— R. D. Smith took a load of furni- J. Wallace Smith, scoutmaster, gave a report on a newly organized Fenton boy scouts troop, which has nine active members eligible for classification as tenderfeet. As soon as the troop receives official recognition from the boy .scouts of America organization, Scoutmaster Smith will award badges and certificates in a public meeting. ' Community club is backing scouts. 'The club expressed thanks Carl Gillingham for help in ci munity activities during his r dence here. aum ^^—.^^MBM Bancroft for hi 6rtha Eckh °lm. Mrs 'oil i ~ —i-.'mu, jauniiuim. Mrs •ckholm has for several years been lying ,„ a furnished apartment and doing light housekeeping for a daughter who teaches there. She vill now go to regular housekeep- ng and let out two apartments . at Estherville afternoon and week evening. Mrs. Mary Smith, Algona had been visiting at her son John's for " p- her sranddaughte Elaine, took her home Frl- (aptlsfc ^uild Plans Meeting- The Baptist Guild will mlet Fri- M« Mrs and Mrs. Henry Olthoff lately return- Rochester, where she went — -**«-'*4W 01,571, VYJIUltJ through the Mayo clinic. children spent the night „ «v..v. i,,,,,ii:n women ana and ' np nds at an annual silver tea last \\cclne.sdav -.irinvnnnn TI,« _. with their grandparents, 'Mrs. 0. C. Fairbanks. Pat Uasmus.sen and Mr. and Mrs. /-arson, Pomeroy, spoilt a week auo Sunday ai tho (i. ['. Fairbanks homo. .Mrs. Rasmussen and chil- drc-n, who had spent a week here Wednesday afternoon The manse was decorated with roses asters and dahlias. Mrs. T. C'uyler Young' 11 '" '' a returned 1'ersia, tall; CI)Un try. Mrs. William missionary from frani on conditions in that ... Barger and Mrs. J. M. Dye will be assisting hostesses; topic. Building the King's Highway Across America; leader-Mrs E A Hammond and Mrs. Herman Muger; music^Mrs. Mervin Kelly. Methodist Conference- Mrs. Harvev. Mrs. T^ " . rs. Johnson, Mrs. William . ' Mra ' Armand left last week Tuesday to at- Methodist Mes- and solo. .j- . The offering was $11.85. Mrs. ( ' Young was a t of Mrs. returned home with them. Mrs. I.. ,\. noetic her entertained Mr. and Mrs. j. o. McDonald, .Mr., and Mr.-. U. A. lilrirh. and Mr. and ; Milli ,,.„ Mrs. W. \V. Hoem-hrr Wodnesday ! l evening in honor of Mr. Hoi-ttchcr's birlhdav. ,, r her .Mrs. H. \. Jrihii.son, Hollywood, mann Ijalif.. an,l Wallare Anderson, of, Mrs'. Klmer Kienit, of naic-oun. came Frulay r,,r a visit spent Thursday with 'her Wednesday dinner Robert Williams. for Conference— and Mrs. Harvey Nel- I he Helpful Thursday club met Hh Mrs. Adolph Meyers Thursday, Ruth Kracht assisting. A miscellaneous shower was given at the. community hall north of beneca last week Tuesday for Hazel daughter of Alton Ferguson. with Mrs. Johnson's nieces, Mrs. R. .Mr. and Mrs S. John and Mrs. lien ISahliiU'. i .Mrs. L* \" The M.'tlKjdi.st Ladies' Aid soci-. the F. 0. H. ety meets Wednesday afternoon at evening. Allen. Lakota, parents, entertained dub Thursday f couple 1 '^ ,;.;!:"'"iS lk "^ " H: , r ; rhp p ^»^y <-™> ^ ^ Ay Mr.'and Mr^'ArVhlr Korker and ' nl °° n " M "' Wlllun Si ^ le '" S ' daiiglili-:. .Mary Ann, r'eu r i a . 111., were dinner guesis Wedne.sdny ai ihc Arihtir Fandel home. They are 3Jr. Fandel's cousins. The iJulph f'anieys. Algona, visited Thursday evening at the W. R. Carney home. Little Dayne Carney went home with them to spend ihu rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and -Mr. and Mrs. 1,'d \vu ; ske and (daughter Luella went 10 Kldora •Saturday to visit at I he .Max Smith 3iome. Anton Anderson went to Minneapolis Thursday to visit his brother, and also expected to visit in Wisconsin before returning hom< .Mr. an.I .Mrs. [.. \\. Schenek and Mr. and .Mrs. Horace Sehenck. of Oysia! Lake, attended ihe Cattle Congr(>ss a i Waterloo Thursday Mr. and .Mrs. M. K. Polhemus'left Thursday for Iowa City, when, ihey will visit their son and Grid- Icy, '111., 10 visit fric-nds. Mrs. Margaret Murray returned Friday from Algona, where .she hud l>een helping at the home of hrj son Jim since Monday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and son went to Tipton, Jmi., last Tuesday to visit Mr. Duuc-anS mot her, who was ill. Mrs. c. 1. Mansmith returned Fit- r!ay from Algona, where she. had •Jiursed Mrs. Carl Hutching and a 7iew baby. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Huwcott wc.nl to Sunnier Thursday to visit Mis 'H;uvcoif.s brother, Mrs. Madden, a fen' day«. Mrs. J. A. Mansmith, Seaforth Minn., left Friday after visiting several days at the C. J. Mansmith Jbome. Grace Isenberger, of Des Moines, spent last week her with her friend, Lyla Olson, and relatives here. Puula Widdel, Readlyn, is spending a couple of weeks at the home .,, . " i^ifcUtoUII. will be married soon to a Mr. Sampson, near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle House Chi™H"' S1 ;?" t s . evera «.««ays last week sister, Mrs. with Goor the former's -te Patterson. The high school girls' kittenball team played Ringsted at Seneca Ihursday and lost. The S. L. Dentons, Minn., spent part of last AVilmar, week at 01 i , — i-».i "i iasi ween at bheklon Merrill's and Leslie Dentons. Mrs. Merrill is a daughter, Leslie son, of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ruth Fessler, near Depew, spent last week with her sister Mrs Elmer Lee, and helped with the housework while Mrs. Lee was sick with cjuinzy conference at Sioux City damos Johnson, Thompson Schuler returned Friday. Former Siren Citynn Tin Tisit— Mrs. Crete Stahl, McGregor N J., and her two daughters ers were here a week ago Saturday, visiting •it the Miehe and Marie Jacobs homes. Mrs. Stahl is the widow of Iworett Stahl, who was a pharmacist hero years ago. Unptists HenrTisitinJ,' Minister , — - Ml C ' Ehbert Preached the Baptist church Sunday night and was guest speaker at a meeting of the senior B. y. p. u. Ex-l'nstor Here is Spciikcr— The Rev. E. Duea preached at the Bethlehem Lutheran church bunday. Mr. Duea was pastor here home, 25 years ago. Other Swea City. The Methodist Aid will meet this week Wednesday, with Mesdames *'• p - Johnson, Earl Hansen, and Jiuell Pearson as hostesses. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Fred Miehe, and the lesson leader will be Mrs. Aletha Meihe. The Builders class of the Baptist S. S. will meet Thursday even- Mrs. Joseph Cogley entertained at three tables of bridge Thursday evening. Mrs. C. M. Baker won first prize, and Mrs. James Hanlon, Chicago, received a guest pr Mrs. Bridgett Quinn was low i lucky plate holder. Louise Adolphson left Thursday for Philadelphia, where she will spend two months with friends and look after business affairs of the late Mrs. Blandenburg. The Clifford Gardners have moved to Swoa City, where Mr. Gardner now works for a Portable Milling company. Mrs. Mae Lattimer entertained at three tables of bridge Wednesday evening. Mrs. Thomas Garry won first; Helen Cogley, second; Mrs C. M. Baker cut. Mrs. James Hanlon, Chicago, received a guest prize. Bernard Brink Sr. is seriously sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Leo Saunders and Mrs C M. Baker spent Saturday with relatives at Fort Dodge, and Joseph saunders, who attends junior col- ege there, came to Bancroft with hem Saturday night. 'Charlotte, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ditsworth is seriously sick and was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Thursday morning for treatment. Maureen Wolfe, "Pat" Saunders, Lillian McDonald, Inez Hood, and Monica Baker had a wiener roast at .the shelter house in the Ambrose A. Call park Thursday evening. Mrs. Eva Mason and her daughter Lois spent Wednesday and Thursday at Iowa City. 'Benson Searles visited from Tuesday till Saturday last week at a nephew's at Webb. Lotto Creek Ihe Aid meets this week Friday !L H ' Fi Mittag as hostess! Mrs. August Pijahn, Mrs. Alex M ? i, a - n i d0Wmiani Schmiel went Milford Saturday to get shrub- 'V fo !-,„„ .. j.' c ,. bery *> •"•• a**i. tain uu~ beautify the church grounds. A number of Lotts Creek fam- hes will have electric service soon. 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