The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1965 · Page 11
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Tuttday, December 21, 1965 Alptfrra, (IA.) Upper Des Molnet 4-H Units At St. Joe Hold Xmas Parties CT JOE - The annual Rlverdale Rustlers Unit I 4-H banquet was held Dec. 12 at St. Joseph's hall with parents, Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, sisters, Mr. and Mrs. William Steele, Margaret Reidmiller and Barney Thilges as guests. The banquet was prepared by hosts, Linda Reding, Ruth Ann Thilges and Elizabeth Zcimet and their mothers, assisted by members and leaders 'of the club. A brief business meeting preceded the banquet during which time installation of officers took place. Pres. - Paula Thilges; vice pres. - Suzanne Reding; secretary - Darlene Thilges {treasurer - Jane Reding; historian Judy Kollasch. The program consisted of group singing, solo by Vicki Me Guire, Country Girls Creed by Kathy Reding, salute to 4-H girls by Mrs. Maurice Reding and talks by Father Schumacher, William Steele, Margaret Reidmiller, Barney Thilges, Mrs. Alvin Klein and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien. Installation of nine new members was held and slides were shown by Bernadette and Lenore Hilbert and Vicki McGuire on their trip to Washington, D. C. Santa Glaus arrived and gifts were exchanged. Riverdale Rustlers Unit I and II held their annual Christmas Party. Initiation of new members Mary and Carrie Thilges Dianne Bormann, Ellen Bormann, Suzanne Reding, Sandra Kollasch, Irene Thul, Barbara McGuire and Janice Erpelding became new members. Installation of officers: pres.- Kathleen Plathe; vice-pres. - Joan Reding; secretary - Vicki McGuire; treas.- Jean Reding ; historian-Michelle Thilges; reporter •• Linda Reding. Mrs. Maurice Reding gave the Parents Salute. The evening was followed by group singing and exchange of gifts. Vicki McGuire and Lenora Hilbert showed slides and gave talks on their trip to Washington D. C. - o - Bernard Thilges is a surgical patient in Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, undergoing surgery Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, South Dak., are spending this weekend here in the home of Mrs. Chicoine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and Janet. The Reding's will observe Christmas a week early, the Chicoines not able to be here on the Christmas weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and Jeff and Jill will also be guests. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs, N. J, Weydert and Mrs, John HUbert as guests. A Christmas gift exchange also was held. Receiving prizes were Mrs. N, j. Weydert, Mrs, E. .J. Gales and Mrs. John Thul. Margaret Reidmiller entertains the club at their next gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Wro. B. Devine left Tuesday night for Hawthorne and Inglewood, Calif, for a visit with Mrs. Devine's sisters^. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zeimet and family and Margaret Gales. Math Zeimet has left for Weslaco, Texas to spend the winter months, 4-H Mooting The U-Go-I-Go 4-H club met at the Extension office for the Installation and initiation of the 1966 officers and new members. Officers for the coming year Include Susan Bullock, president; Becky Tielebein, vice-president ; Diana Mueller, secretary; Marsha Winter, treasurer; Jean Abbot, historian; Mary Helen Bestenlehner, reporter; Sherry and Debbie Bulten, photographer and assistant; Joyce Sifert, health; Diane Winter, safety; and Linda Hauser, music. New members include Debra Wick, Phyllis Pentecost, Marcy Diamond, Debra Missal, Charlotte Lemkee, Becky Tielebein, Bernadette Reilly, and Cynthia Winter. Jean Abbott presonted an illustrated talk on making a sewing box. 50- YEAR MASON D. D. Titsworth of Webster City was presented a 50-year certificate at a dinner held last month In Webster City. He joined the Masonic Order in 1915. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiillifnini HOSPITAL NEWS Dec. 7 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lickteig, Algona, girl, 9 Ibs., 1/2 oz.; admitted: Herman Hauberg, Emil Lovstad, John Altman, Algona, medical ; Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, surgery; dismissed : Mrs. Duane Nelson and baby ; Kent Seely, Algona ; Mrs. Margaret Fox, Bancroft. Dec. 8 - Admitted: David nig, Bode, T & A; Mrs. Nellie Clark, Burt, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Eldon Helmers and baby; John Altman, Algona. Dec. 9 - Admitted: Mrs. Maybelle Becker, Algona, medical; Donald Patterson, Irvington, medical; Wayne Mann, Robert Voigt, Burt, surgery; dismissed: David Illg, Bode. Dec. 10 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Riebhoff, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 15 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schmidt, West Bend, boy, 8 Ibs., 3 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrison, Livermore, boy, 7 Ibs., 13 1/2 oz.; admitted: Joan Schumacher, Algona, T & A; Mrs. Dennis Dirks, Algona, medical; Father Philip Dailey, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Terry McGuire and baby, Algona; Mrs. Dolores Inman, Bancroft. Dec. 11 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glaser, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 4 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Burrows, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 1/2 oz.; transferred to Rochester, Father Philip Dailey, Whittemore; dismissed: Carol Flynn, Fort Dodge; Joan Schumacher, Algona. Dec. 12 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs., 13 1/2 oz.; admitted Harold Elbert, Rodman, surgery; Inge Strayer, Burt, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Joan Leek, Mrs; Donald Lickteig and baby; Mrs. Donna Dirks, M rs. Frances Loss, Mrs. Joan Brown, Algona; Mrs. Helen Kemna, Bancroft. Dec. 13 - Admitted: Mrs. Leona Meyers, Fenton, surgery; Susan Buchanan, Algona, surgery ; Baby Schmidt, West Bend, boarder; Marcus Billick, Algona, medical; ilismissed: Mrs.Eve- lyn Schmidt, West Bend; Nick Bormann, LuVerne; Gretchen Bowman, Maybelle Becker, Algona ; Donald Patterson, Irvington. Another Big CMC from Joe Bradley Equipment •f".t . _lr-- w! There are three important people and one important product, pictured above. Standing in front of a new GMC V-6 model 4000 truck and chassis are (left to right) Lawrence Heyer of Titonka, Harry Boekelman, and Walt Bradley. Lawrence was taking delivery of the new GMC which will be equipped with a 1250 gallon tank on the chassis to deliver K. & H. Co-Op Oil Co. products to folks in the Titonka area. Mr. Heyer owns the truck and has been the tank wagon man for K. & H. since 1960. Harry Boekelman of the Joe Bradley Equipment Co. in Algona is a GMC service mechanic, and Walt Bradley is more than willing to talk and demonstrate "GMC" at any time. Ready-Mix Trucks Cattle Trucks Road Construction Trucks General Construction Trucks All-Purpose Farm Trucks The Truck you need for your job Let Us Design a GMC for You "AUTHORIZED GMC DIESEL AND TORO-FLOW DIESEL SALES & SERVICE DEPARTMENT" "General Motpr*-tr»in«d men in every department" JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 6-2421 "Algona's ACTIVE Track Dealer" ALGONA

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