Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1938 · Page 18
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TEN SUBSTRc LAYMEN HOLD FENTON MEET Penton, Mar. 22— An Armstrong laymen's meeting was held Sunday at the Fenton Methodist church with the Rev. W. G. Muhleman as chairman with the Rev. H ? ar ™ y ' 1 Swea City, as , sohg leader. Talks were given by A. H Hennlgsen, Graettinger; L. j Welsbrod and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Fenton; W. R. Sidlis, Es- tnerville; and A. H. Schuler, o£ Swea City. Mr. Schuler also sang two solos. Four ministers, as a quartette, eang, Lord, I Want To Be a Christian. A non-profit dinner at 25c was served by Fenton Methodist women and was followed by a 15-minute Bible lesson on the meaning and value of fasting by the Rev. J. D. Woolcott, Armstrong. Achievement Exhibits Planned- Final plans for Achievement day in Palo Alto county were laid at a meeting last week Tuesday at Mrs. Carl Kern's. Irene Dunkelberg, county H. D. A., attended. Achievement day will be held March 30 at Emmetsburg, and each township is to have a booth. Mrs. Kern's group is to feature the uses of canned meat. Attending: Mesdames Ernest Votteler, Walter Weisbrod, Melvln Mansager, Arthur Voigt, Derwood Kern. Training School at Bancroft— A second 4-H training school was held this week Tuesday at the Bancroft public school house, in an all-day meeting on homemade rugs by Florence Forbes, Ames extension representative, who also reviewed lessons on scarfs, cur- tians, etc. From here attending were Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. A. KOQflUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA Anna Osborn. The Clyde Brooks family, Iowa Falls' visited the John Lights an* *l ay iT d Sundft y- The Lights and the Brooks and Melvin Mansager families were entertained at Ernest Weisbrod's at dinner, Sunday. The Harold Valleys and Mrs. Valley's father, of Shakopee, Minn., and Mrs. A. D. Towne, Minneapolis, visited the Grant J. Krauso. daughter Lorena Dreyer. Irene, and Beidel .Son Birthday Party- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Reidel entertained Sunday in honor of their son Robert's 12th birthday. Attending: Ferdinand and Lawrence Mueller, Dallas and Delmer Bers?- hofer, Ray and Gerald Elmers, Gerald and Mervin Jentz, Lawrence and Stanley Reidel, Donald Meyer, Gordon Haase. Delores Mueller, and Anita Berghofer. Mrs. Howe Has Operation— Dr. J. A. Mueller performed a major operation on Mrs. Edwin Howe at the Emmetsburg hospital last week Wednesday evening. She is the former Dorothy Pettit and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit. Mr. Howe was recently transferred from Rockwell City to Emmetsburg. George and Richard Goetsches Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Towne is a sister of Agnes, George, and Richard Goetsch, and Mrs. Valley is their niece. Edith Lnage, Mrs. Minnie Stark, and Florence Weisbrod, all of Des Moines, spent the week-end at C. F. C. Laage's and W. J. Weisbrod's, A. P. Peterson, who had spent a week at the Stark home, came here with them. The Edwin Jostens, Klemme, visited the Edw. Weisbrods and Edw. Sch leis Saturday. Mrs. Josten Is sister ( Schlei. Verna Jenswold, Des Moines. spent the week-end with her sis ter, Mrs. Walter Fisher. The Har old Dickisons, Sioux City, were there Sunday. The Albin Nelson: family drove to Humboldt Satur day to visit relatives, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod and Frances Hendrickson, Ringsted, visited the Elmer Weisbrods Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rcimers Ddrothea Gerhard, her children he E. Johnsons, the C. F. Weg- ;ners, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold -lantleman called on Henry Wegner at Algona Sunday. Mrs. Kate Vewel and Cbris Weiske, Hartley, vere dinner guests at Charles Vowel's, and Virginia, Phyllis, and Pauline and Shirley Frank were lere. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, son Edward, and Clarence Yager went to Glidden Sunday to visit the Lindsey daughter, Mr,s. Harold Stedman, returning Monday. The Oscar Christensons and Dorothy Castle, Racine, Wis., visited Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. Christenson and Miss Castle are sisters of Mrs. Mueller. Ella Kyhl, Mason City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyhl, over the week-end, and Sunday dinner guests of the Kyhls were the M. Holldorfs, Ceylon, Minn., supper guests including the Wilbur Holldorfs, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. August Kyhl, son Dickie, N. G. Christensen, Ringsted, and Carol Piterson, Estherville. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske entertained their bridge club Friday evening. Mrs. Harry Widdel and Walter Ohm won high. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield played for absent members. Mrs. Roy Chrischilles left Fri- llemian Hiiskninp Recovering Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. William *Huskamp were among Fenton callers on Herman Huskamp at the Coleman hospital, Estherville, Friday He sits up now for short intervals and may be brought home soon after six weeks there for blood- poisoning. Visit Patient at Rochester- Mr, and Mrs. Edw. Meyer, Mrs. B. C. Leudtke, and Mrs.' Ernest Meyer, the latter of Burt, drove to Rochester last week Thursday to visit Mrs. Meyer's husband, who is recuperating from an operation performed two weeks ago. They also called on Alex Krueger. Wedding Anniversary Observed— A group gathered at C. F. Wegener's Friday evening to celebrate the Wegener llth wedding anniversary. At 500 C. 0. Bailey won high; George Jentz, second. Mr. and Mrs. Wegener were presented with a blanket. County Agent Shows Pictures— A Farm Bureau meting was held at E. C. Weisbrod's last week Thursday evening, and County Agent Brnwn showed pictures. Only 12 persons attended. Other Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher, Burt, called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, who are recovering from bad colds which kept them indoors. The Everett Smiths, and the E. L. Bakers, Armstrong, and the Clarence Osborns were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Curry. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens entertained the George Witchafts, Viva Landels, Loyal Johnston, and Jacob Nelson, all of Pilot Mound, former home of the Stevens family. The William Brown's, Swea City, visited Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. A Farm Bureau meeting was held at the Grant school house Friday evening, and there was a large attendance. A Mr. Skew, of Wesley, gave a talk on a trip to Washington, D. C.; County Agent Brown and Miss Pepoon, the H. D. A., spoke on Farm Bureau work; and Mr. Brown also talked on the R. E. A, In Kossuth. An educational picture and a movie comedy were shown, after which an oyster stew was served. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Skaggs were visitors at Nellls Overfleld's, Sherburn, Minn., Saturday. A group of friends surprised William Speicher on his birthday Sunday evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt, son Clarence, the Edwin Aliens, the Roy Minos, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Smiths, Lakota. Bernard Payne spent Sunday with his father, William Payne. Bernard is employed at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske were Fairmont callers Monday. The Roy Minos and the Gladys Spiechers were visitors at Fred Montgomery's, Blue Earth, Sunday. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery's 26th wedding anniversary. The Aid meets at Mabel Mino's next week Wednesday, and Mrs. i-Iarold Waterbury will entertain. Mrs. Harold Fischer will be pro;ram leader. Jack Anderson, of Deerwood, fliun., spent from Friday till Tuesday with his brother Ed. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske, Alee Mayne, and Delmar Anderson .vere recent visitors at the Jackon home at Spirit Lake. Meetings will be held at the rant church Sunday and the fol- owing week, and the Rev. W. G. luhleinan, Algona, district Meth- dist superintendent will speak Vednesday evening. Young people rorn Swea City will present a lay, The Whirlwind. . Frank and Floyd Ericfcson were at Bancroft three days last week, doing papering at Henry Lens ing's. 'Harold Henlger is at present employed at Kresensky's, at Algona. Gerald Jennette has returned from the Ames college, where he attended the winter term. He is now helping his mother with farm work, Cletus Dorr returned to Bancroft Monday to start the season's' farm work at Walter Kockler's. He also was employed there last season. Little Leo, son of Mr. and Hrs. Oswald LalHer, has been confined to his home a week with a light touch of pneumonia. George Arndorfer suffered ft crushed foot while he was sawing wood two weeks ago and hasn't been able to do his farm work since. His nephew, Robert Witte, is on the job. Seneca Mrs. Clem Dotson came home Sunday, after two weeks with her sister-in-law at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson entertained the Modern Mixers and families at cards Friday night. Attending as club guests: the Ray- mond Petersons, near Fenton, and the Magnus Skows. Five hundred waia played at seven tables. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody, and daughter Donna Jean, the Curtis Olsens, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Classon, their daughter, and the A. T. Paulsens spent last week Thursday evening at Ole Oftdahl's, the occasion being Evelyn Oftedahl's fifth birthday. The high school seniors have selected their class play, which is The Orchid Limousine, to be presented early in May. The Lester Classens, Fairmont, the Delmar Classons, Truman Classen, and Viola Buhmann, all of East Chain, Minn., with Curtis Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul- son, spent Sunday evening at Ir- vln Classen's. The Curtis 01- sens were afternoon guests of the Paulsens. The Albert Codys spent Sunday afternoon at Samuel and Sigurd Olsen's, south of Rlttgsted, Lott* Creek William Fuerstenau left for Rochester Sunday via bus,from Algona. Ortwln Kressln Is looking after the Fuerstenau farm work while Mr. Fuerstenau is away.' The Lutheran church will hold its quarterly meeting Sunday. The church board meets this week ay eronlng. Friends hern Wehrspan Saturday Mr. and and Mrs. and Mrs. John Donald attended a In honor of temore. St. Benedict j Our "Smartway" ie tie Streamlined Stitcned-Brim SnapLrim that's as up-to-date at a fiugetip airliner. It's a MALLORY HAT That means showerproofed fcy "Cravenette" and nary a weather worry for the wearer. STEELE'S day for a visit at DeLard, Minn., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner, who moved there recently from near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank spent the week-end with relatives in Charles City. Mrs. A. J. Kennedy went to Parkersburg Sunday for a week with a sister. Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs. John Kohlwes, Lotts Creek, last week Thursday. The Alvin Kluss family, Gait, and the Merle Davidsons, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at, the parental Fred Kluss home. "Champ" Girls Honored. Emmetsburg merchants entertained the West Bend state girls' championship team at a banquet it the Kermore hotel last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lallier and Ir. and Mrs. Oswald Lallier re- eived news Saturday of the death of a cousin, Guy Lochray at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lallier, Oswald, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel drove down for the funeral Monday. Arlene Studer, Wesley, spent the week-end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yates, Corwith, were Sunday guests at the Erickson home. Mrs. Yates wa formerly Mauda linger. Nick Kelsh, Corwith, has been doing plastering at the house oc cupied by the Dunlaps. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Dei Moines, visited in this vicinnV last week. Mrs. Anna Huschka called on Grandma Immerfall Sunday. Mrs Immerfall has kept well all win ter. Mrs. Mary Studer, near Wesley spent Sunday and the night with Mrs. Ben Dorr. The Charles Ericksons, Corwith were Sunday guests at Mrs. Carrie Erickson's, Mrs. Erickson is Mr. Erickson's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll near Lu Verne, were guests at Nick and Emll Arndorfer's Sun- FOR YOUR TOP DRAWER... Sandstone STRIPES BY WILSON BROTHERS Here's a pattern that will never blush unseen in any bottom drawer. The rich shaded end and end broadcloth has been given a cool misty appearance by fine white cross stripes. Sandstone Stripes will rate (and get) "top drawer" position in every man's wardrobe. * Seamless Oban Collar * V-shaped Waist * Sanforized Shrunk STEELE'S FEATURING SMART APPAREL FORIDISCRIMINATING MEN! OPEN HOUSE Thursday evening, Mar. 3i st \ i /T\x?/ v <i'S»'n #A f ifi \ Clothing styled by FASHION PARK J. 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