Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1939
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SERVICE HELD TjlESDAfc LAKOTAWOMAN Lakota, June 12—Funeral services ;<pere' held for Mrs.. Alfred TKeefe northwest of town last veek Tuesday at 1:30 and at the Methodist church,at 2 o'clock,.with '.he Rev. Carl Hamiiier.. In charge. A male quartet, T. E. Wortman, ^aul Ukena, George Bnnen, and ferry Heetland, sang. The church vas beautifully decorated with 'lowers. Pallbearers were Henry, r> atterson, Charles Eggerth, Wai- gentleman had been to church and ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA 80-YEAR.OLP MAN IN ACCIDENT nhe 12— W. W. Whit- 1 Mrs. Homer Whit* . Newton Skelley, all 'ash., arrived. at Carl ago Sunday morning sit. en route to Flint, chase a new truck, ive the truck back to lid his wife and the turn in the family )ut Mr. Whitford had e to strike and kill Rosetta Barker were celebrate*. The women all received gifts. Mrs Jewell Patterson and Mrs. Robert Schoby gave a bread baking denv onstratlon, Mrs. Maasdam H*c»Terlig— Mrs. Arthur Maasdam, who was taken to the General hospital Af- gona, a week ago Thursday, is recovering and will be able to return home in a few days. Mrs. Maasdam gave birth to a child prematurely. A fall from her porch a fnttr Ht*...!.. • . • . . * • ™ slstant. <Memb club the Irvln meeting will b Capesiui. Boy for toorf< Mr. and -Mrs are parents of eafly'last. week the former Ag Other The Missions FrldaV nftornn ford, Mr. and ford, and Mrs. ... of Poulsho. Wash Seip's' a week ag~ for a short visit. They were en Mich., to others will car. On the trii the misfortune an old man 80 years old. The old 'er Hans, George Wallentiue, David Patterson, and August Klink- had been given a ride home. He got out of the car In which he had been riding and stood on „- is believed to have been the cause of her misfortune. 4-H t'lnb The Irvington 4-1 •Mary Danlelson was born at Marseilles, 111., September 18, 1878 ind died June 4. When a . child club t 'the side of the road to let the car I £l 1 " 1 ; sday afternoon with Louise | just ahead of the Whitford car ' Wa «"e'Eh. The club now has J3 pass. He then started to hurry me ! n £ e , rs ' Helen SchUlz is leader . AtlM K.IIan M,» «•» T i. . .. • * moved from Illinois to v Hum-! across tne 1>£ >ad just in the path of •noldt, and later to Wright county.! tne Whitford .car. . Mr. Whitford iShe was married to Alfred 0'-1 w ' as unable:. to stdtp in time to avoid* Keefc, December 13, 1894, and a the accident. ;ew years later moved to this vi-! They found out later that the. Mnlty. Ten children were born to man w as blind in one eye and was Mr. and Mrs. O'Keefe, six boys and j als ° deaf - The driver of the car i ?our girls. Two boys died in in-, 1 ' 1 which the unfortunate man had 1T11 »» —-— — «» 10 »CU ^ Uen Mary Jeanette Is ths as- 'Members voted to call the I's. The next George Patterson 10^-lb. boy born Mrs. Patterson is at the church. Mrs. William Boldrldge will have charge of the lesson. Topics are, The West Indies, and the Philippines. A covered dish luncheon will be served. Ralph Lemkee recently underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital. SI.UENED/CT tn«ytr'8. dhe feturnea td her• Monday-»fUr sfrSndto'g a , her*. - Sh£*<sUed .oft .Mri.~ (Ailni , Huscbka and several old acquaint' Mr. and Mrs. >Dan Froehlleh and anccs Friday. The Everett StetiS- daughters Barbara Ann, Mary Lou,''ays, Maedn .City, were guests" her« and'Ruth'Lavonne were a "week "la'st •Veek" Tuesday."'' • ' " "' ago Sunday dinner guests at Roy| Rosalee Trunelle was seriously Ruiz's at Garner. The Rutz fans- s ) c k with pneumonia up to last Hy and Mr. Froehlich are old ac- W eek, and It was feared she might quaintances from Illinois, where have to have one lung tapped. " both formerly lived. Harold Henlger has returned from Waterloo, where he had been fancy, and 18 months ago a son Everett died. The other children are: Tom, of 'Hue Earth; Dan and John, of Lakota; (Margery) Mrs. Herbert Patterson. Armstrong; (Alice) Mrs. David Patterson, Swea City; (Ellen) Mrs. Walters, San Diego, Calif.; (Elva) Mrs. S. Ellman, of Muskegon, Mich. She also leaves her husband and ten grandchildren, her father, Ellas Danielson, 01 years old, of Armstrong; five brothers, Alex, George, Emery, Charles, and [..ouis; and two sisters, Mrs. Jen-! ! been riding was still waiting I the roadside and said the accident' .was unavoidable as far as the:| I Whitfords were concerned. | Shower for Pauline Black— A large number of guests were I entertained by Mrs. Leslie Jenkins ' Friday evening at a miscellaneous i shower honoring Pauline Black. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Ronald'I Gardner, Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mrs.il II John Mrs. Black, and Mrs. John Erpelding. I Donald and Albert Borman and j nle Eagleand and Mrs. Josie f^.^'ndorfer entertained with| Thompson; and two half brothers, sevolal rauslcal numbers. The col-! Jacob and L. J. Lewis. Mrs. O'Keefe had been nil invalid 'or several years, suffering with . or scheme was carried out with i white wedding bells and blue and Pink streamers. A luncheon of ! cake and ice cream, with pink wed- about two weeks ago. which caused ' J^ dbells '" the lattel '' wer e her death. Mrs. O'Keefe has been, ' i member of the Lakota Methodist •irthritis. Complication set in -hurch for 35 years. Burial was' •iide her three sons. Club Closes Season— ' Mrs. E. J. Woodworth was host- >ss to the Acorn club last. Tuesday evening. Following the business meeting roll call was ans- veret) by favorite songs; a \rt of Enjoying Music, by •nond Spaeth, was given by ferry Ukena; Fiddlers and friends, by Margaret Bo wen. was Attend West Bend Funeral— , . ,, , „.,, . . 'i The Douglas Rileys and David nade in Maple Hill cemetery be- Kings, Irvington, and the Arthur' Rileys, Lu Verne, were among' .he recent fun- 'I Mrs. William'-Riley'" week at West Bend - Ml ' s - Rile >' had been i in a wheel chair for years and suf-.l i fered from gallstones. Exactly al| j week before her funeral her broth-1 i er, Charles Simmons, was buried.'. | Mr. Simmons formerly lived in Irv-!| : ington and managed a hardware' i store here. 11 ••ead by Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw. Mes-.Jirs. Ralph Lee Has Visits— •lames Charles Gutknecht, Harry, Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Engle ac Wartnirton, and Cyrus Renshaw, companied by Mrs Rhoda Tal'bott will entertain at a breakfast at all of Hillsboro. N. D. recently Mrs. Gutknechfs June 15, and tins came to Irvington and got Mrs will be the last meeting till Sep^ Ralph Lee and continued on to II- !ember - linois. They visited relatives at Attend Crystal Lake Meet- ThT 0 "^' C1 J n l on> and Rockfo ^. The Samuel Warburtns. Charles ^ , ietu ™ ediu by way of Cedar Eggerts, Henry Pattersons, and R ™' where ^ey visited the Lyle Lauren Thompsons attended the | f°f, fl edB °|J s - Mrs. Talbot is Mrs. district Brotherhood meeting at ™ mother - and Mrs. Engle is a Crystal Lake last week Monday | evening and report a large crowd r or "ladies night." Following the business meeting three Waldorf college girls entertained by sing- were guestg fi k Sunday at and playing musical instru- R^ nio,^i,o..,iv ,r..Tu"..° , 3 L at Blanchards Have Gnestt— The A. D. Newbroughs and Lawrence Newbroughs, Lone Rock, returned with were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Terwilliger, Mrs. Cora /Terwilllger and daughter and Air. and Mrs. William Lindstrom, all of Humboldt. Friendly Clnb in Meeting— The Friendly, club met Wednes- da afternoon with Mrs. Raymond Metzen. Mrs. Robert Schoby was assisting hostess. The birthdays of Mrs. Echv. Wolfe, Mrs. Catherine Metzen, Mrs. Dorothy Jensen, and ing and playing musical mstru- E d Blanchard's. Delbert and Eu- •nents. and the address was g.ven gelle Blanchard I.y a Mr. Bangs, Hancock county thenl for superintendent. This was the last guests of the meeting till autumn. Methodist Picnic is Held— Methodists held their annual Sunday school and Aid picnic at Walter Leslie's, north of town last week Wednesday. A crowd of 80 attended. Charles Eggerth was in charge of sports and conducted races, a ball game, etc. A nail Iriving contest for the women was -.von by Mrs. Henry Mitchell, and tfien the men drew out the nails \nd straightened them, and Otto Koppen won in this feat. Lots of sats, ice cream, lemonade, etc., made a full day. Attends Shower at Tltonka— Mrs. Louis Hanson and daughter Leila attended a miscellaneous shower at Martin Larson's, near Titonka, last week Wednesday afternoon in honor of the Henry Nelsons, of Portland township, who lost their home and 2all the contents by fire last week. More than 125 women were present, and the Melsons received many lovely gifts. Mrs. Hanson is a sister of Henry Nelson. Anna Hoyos is Married — Anna Ruth Heyes and Carl Johnson were married one day last .veek at the Ramsey Reformed •ihurch, with the Rev. Calvin ichnncker performing the single ring ceremony. They were attend-. ';d by Grace, sister of the bride, ind Epko, brother of the bride;room. They are at home on a 'arm east of Gerled. Auxiliary Itcelects Officers— The Legion Auxiliary held election of officers last week Monday night at Mrs. Fred Schroeder's, ind all officers were reelected: president Mrs. Fred Schroeder; vice, Mrs. George Heetland; secretary-treasurer, Mrs, R. L. Wil- Uams; chaplain, Mrs. Mike Christ; historian, Mrs. Jerry Ukena; sar- ,-ent, Mrs. Wade Ball. 1'ooUng School is Given— A free cooking school was held last week Tuesday afternoon at 'he Lakota theater with Arabella Bates Cotton, Albert Lea, in r :harge. Mrs. Cotton was assisted i>y her daughter. Several delicious roods were prepared and passed out as gifts. Mrs. I. E. Wortman received an electric wall lamp as a Sift. Other Lakota News. •Frank Lewis, his daughter, Mrs. Vlary Jane Brock, of Ledyard, and ill? daughter-in-law, Mrs. Hugh U)Wi8, and little son, left Thursday norning for Dubuque to attend the iniversity commencement exer- •ises. Fern, Lewis, another daugh- er, was one of the graduates. Fern accompanied them home. Several friends and relatives lelped Mrs. Jerry Heetlaud cele- >rate her birthday a week ago ..«nch brought in by the visitors vau served late in the afternoon, vlrs. Heetlaud received several oVely gifts. iA BOB was born to Mr. and Mrs. olj«ph Risius recently. They now •iv« two sons. Store .sheer)) beautiful than cTcr! A special event'';'for lovely legs and thrifty budgets . . . buy several pairs of Claussner Kleer - Sheer exquisite hose at these Anniversary prices! Reg. $1.50 value I was In a run-down condition previous to her sickness, . Gregory Sluder, Geof&e Ludwife, with his mother for several weeks, and Joe Dorr have gone to Adams, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer Minn., to do some building for Mrs and Betty Jane, were,a week ago Sunday visitors at Leo Arndorfer's, Bancroft. . Mrs. Fred McWhorter and son Donald were callers last week Monday at the Erickson home, and also at the Dorr and Johnson homes. Sr. M. De Sales, of ' Francis convent, St. the St. Francis, WIs., near Milwaukee, WIs., was a visitor last week at her , mother k tj u sopb j" e Rose mothers Al and Art Genevleve Wlenier, a daughter of Mr. Studer. Rita Arcnd went to LiVermort Tuesday to work for a Reding family. The Mrs. Reding Is a daughter of the Charles Nooncng. The Redlhgs are parents of a boy. They have another child, a daughter two years old. The Reiser and Arndorfer wedding party and guests inspected the church grounds and flower plots .and very , much Im- ... , Rosen- pressed by Its beauty. Many regret Ideal community ir .ot aiort ^l*umfwlt t**if tw "fT iiiii th* «r6rk '-Jdne ttf , "anlef" .'•nd;^M : afy.. hiUlntenier wife ; guest*T*« tnle wedding. ' - .• The heWiyWeds, Mr, and Mrf. Paul Reiser, departed fof their rie* hotte Thursday morning. They will make their home in the vicinity 6t Chicago., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krlckgon and the fortrier's motherrMrs. Carrie Erickson, dove to Burt Friday hlght to hefp celebrate Mrs. Robb*s birthday. ''.,', Mfs. f T, La)Her haft been quite sick most of the last ,two WeeKtg. Rita Kdtikel is assisting with the household duties and caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Beckman and son Arnold drove to Sioux City to get their 10-mohths-old daughter they adopted there last Tuesday. She is named Marie Alice, and is a sweet little blond. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and companled them.. Marcla Ann ac- It ,wlll be re- the . if —Try our Johnson's D-X SERVICE A Year.... 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