The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 5
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Wesley Guild Installs Four New Officers WESLEY - St. Joseph's Guild met Jan, 20 in the parish hall with very good attendance, The newly-elected officers took over their duties, they are Anges Stevens, president; Mildred Arn- dorfef| vice president; and Carol Youngwifth, secretary, Laura Klein, treas., was not present, Following the business meeting, Father Phillips showed slides of his European trip especially of the Loudes of France and gave a very interesting talk, Beatrice Hildman's name was drawn for the cash door prize, A name will be drawn at each meeting, circle 10 served lunch. - o - Mr. and Mrs, John McHale and family of Clarion were Jan. 16 guests in the Frank Frimml home. Mrs. Justine Becker reports a new grandson born Jan. 19 to the Allen Vaskes of Bancroft, in the Buffalo Center hospital, the Vaskes now have a family of three sons and four daughters. Mrs. Vaske is the former Rosemary Becker. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koppen went to Mason City Jan. 18 where he entered Mercy Hospital. They returned home Friday but were to return to his kidney surgery Jan, 25. A, J. Renger and Mary Lea of Bancroft were Jan. 15 guests In the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs, BUI Koppen and family, The Rengers left Jan. 16 for Mexico and California, They will visit a son and brother, Tom Renger and family at Los Angeles, and a daughter and sister, Mrs. Bob Lickteig and family at Huntington Beach, Calif. They plan to spend two months in the west. Prairie Neighbors held an all- day meeting in the Ralph Weir rural home Jan, 18. Thelma ONCE-A-YEAR 20% OFF CHILDREN'S WEAR INFANTS PULLOVER SHIRT Quality knit soft cotton with self-closfng neck, bind-free short sleeves, water re- pellet diaper tapes on sizes 3 mo., 6 mo 1, IVi, 2, 3. Wash easy, shrink- resistant. 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They now have a family of two sons and one daughter, Mrs. George Vltzthum entertained her bridge club Jan. 20. Mrs. Frank Bleich was a guest. Mrs, N. F. Weber will entertain them Feb. 3. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained her contract bridge Jan. 19. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening Feb. 2. Mrs. Harold Weber returned Jan. 18 from Rochester, Minn., where she had spent five days with her sister, Leona fflemer of Algona, who had been a surgical patient. She was expected home this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan and family of Marengo spent a recent weekend in the Frank Frimml home. Vicki Arndorfer, sophomore at Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, has been elected secretary of the young Christian students. She is a daughter of the Leonard Arndorfers. Vicki Arndorfer, Cedar Rapids, spent several days over the Jan. 23 weekend at the parental Leonard Arndorfers. It was the semester break. the library board will meet Jan. 30 with Ethel Flom. Dave Kleins recently purchased 16 lots west of their home from Bill Hrubes. The 4 large government grain bins will be removed, as will several farm sheds. Mrs. Lulu Ammann and Peter of Iowa Falls visited her brother, Leo Hanig, and family Jan. 17. Dan Froehlichs and Mrs. Agnes Ludwig of St. Benedict called at the Hanig home that afternoon. Linda Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Wagner of Algona, spent the Jan. 16 weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. Al Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hiscocks of Grand Meadows, Minn, became the parents of a daughter, Tracy Marie, Jan. 17. She has a 2-year old brother. Mrs. Hiscock is the former Marie l»*Ostercamp, twin sister of Mrs. ^Richard Weiland and daughter of Mrs. Greta Ostercamp of Britt, formerly of the Wesley area, and the late Tony Ostercamp. Frank Matern of the Britt area- was re-elected secretary of the North Iowa Shorthorn Breeder's Association at the annual meeting at Mason City last week. Rev. Frank Considine left Jan. 24 for Indianola to attend a 5- day school for Methodist pastors at Simpson College. RETIREE Mrs. Harrison (Rosa) Shaver, Sigourney, retired from weekly newspaper work after nearly 22 years as news editor of the Sigourney News-Review this month. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Dei Molnei Pub. Co., Algona. Honored By Land Bank / With a Quick Recovery Electric Water Heater The last person in line knows there's enough hot water. See your dealer about a modern electric water heater. I Algona Municipal Utilities 5 5 PLAQUES - In the above photo, Federal Land Bank supervisor LeRoy Hansen of Nevada is presenting two plaques to Eugene H. Hutchins, manager of the Algona-Forest City Federal Land Bank Associations, in recognition of the fact that the Associations made over 100 new loans in 1965 totaling over two million dollars, The presentation was made at the annual banquet and meeting of the organization last week. The meeting was reported in last Thursday's Upper Des Moines, LuVerne couple follow same trail they took in 1934 LU VERNE-Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielsen and her sister, Mrs. Harold Davis. Mason City, had a weeks vacation in Oklahoma and northern Texas. In Oklahoma Mrs. Davis stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen, a sister to Clifford Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Nielsen went on to Texas, making the same trip they made 32yearsbefore. Whili in Texas, they visited a couple whom they stayed with on their first trip. Donna Richardson, Story City: visited over the week end wito her fiance and his family, Bob Norcross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norcross. •••.•••••MfMMMMillMMMMIIIMMMIMMMIfMMIMMPMMIMS [IIIHIininnpniiiiinHuiifnilfyillllllllllllllllllll^ Lone Rockl By Mrs. A. A. Kruegef •Hil^ Nancy Fischer, who teaches at Barnum, was a weekend visitor at the home of her parents, the Delmar Fischers. Newly-elected elders installed Sunday at the Presbyterian church were Alfred Krueger and LeRoy Bras. Newly-elected trustees installed were Jess Blanchard and Art Person. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Prlebe are parents of a boy weighing 9 Ibs., born Sunday morning, Jan. 23, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He has a sister and two brothers. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Marlow and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe. There will be a special Youth Sunday service at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, Jan. 30, at 7:30 p. m. to be conducted by Senior Hi Youth Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bras, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. John. J, Van Oort, Orange City, were Sunday visitors at the LeRoy Bras home and were here also for the baptism of their grandson, Harris Jon Bras. Mr, and Mrs, Willard Thompson and Debbie have returned from a trip to Corder, Mo. where they toured the Ozark Camper plant. Enroute home, they visited her mother, Mrs. Agnes Foley, Burlington. The sacrament of baptism was administered to Harris Jon, infant son of Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy Bras, at the Presbyterian church. Elder Clair Bellinger andRev. Albert Bullock attended Pres~ bytery Tuesday at Dows. The Legion bought 1000 "Operation Show Your Color" to be given away during the month of February which is American Legion month, Mr. and Mrs, Merwyn Hurlburt of Terry spent a week's vacation, going to Dallas, Tex, where they visited the Donald Hutchinson family. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Hammer- Strom went to Des Moines Sunday at attend the grain dealer's convention, Delmar Fischer left Monday, also to attend the convention, Rodney Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs, Roger Jensen and a senior at Sentral high school, left by train Tuesday as a dele^ gate to the national 4-H grain marketing convention in Chicago. He has been chosen as one of two delegates to go from the state of Iowa, This trip is paid for by the Board of Trade, He will also tour General Mills. He will fly home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz called on her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Saturday. , Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, yas a weekend -guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Schultz. Lester Bullock and his roommate, BUI Cast, students at Buena Vista, Storm .Lake, were home for two days between semesters at the Rev. Albert Bullocks this week, Mrs. Jess Blanchard returned home Tuesday after spending a few days at the home of her parents, H. K. Drown, Des Moines. Mrs. Drown recently underwent surgery on her eye. Immanuel Lutheran Ladles Aid met Jan, 14. Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger gave the Mission topic on India. Pastor Vehling led a topic discussion and the aid voted to give a monetary gift for Susan Hantelman's project in Africa. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Fuerstenau and Mrs. Ray Kading. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and family, Mason City, and Mrs. Maude Blanchard were Sunday dinner guests at the Harlan Blanchard home. llllHllllllllilllUJilllJillllUllillUillill OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Harvey, Timothy, Wesley and Russell of Topeka, Kan, moved into the Shipley house Thursday, Mrs. Harvey is the former Pearl Jacobson, daughter of Mrs. Kate Jacobson. Mount 0. Klnseth of Algona, who was released from St, Ann hospital last Sunday, returned to the hospital Tuesday. Thursday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs, Loren Daniel were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jameson of Ottawa, HI, Mr, and Mrs, LeRoy Jameson of Earlville, HI. were Thursday overnight guests of Margaret Holt, The visitors had come to attend funeral services for Merle Holt. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Gavin of Durand, Wise, were Friday dinner guests at the Ralph Jacobsons, Watson Struthers returned home from Lutheran hospital Thursday, Mrs, LeRoy Worby returned home from Lutheran Monday, Both had been medical patients, Mrs, Eugene Struthers and baby Karl Jo came home from Mercy hospital Saturday, Carroll Olson and his daughter, Deuise, 7, had birthdays Jan, 36. Sunday dinner guests at the Olson home to celebrate the occasion were Mr, and Mrs, Tom Ql«w and Nels Olson of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn artd Jon and Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Osborn of Cylinder. Those attending the Grain Dealers Convention at Des Moines this week are Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kemna, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden. Mrs. Helen Thacker of Osage, mother of the late Mrs. Arthur Petersen, has come to live at the Arthur Petersen home and care for her three grandchildren. Her son, Bob, a senior at Osage high school, stayed at Osage to graduate. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson visited her sister, Mrs. Helen Malm, at Palmer Sunday to help her celebrate her 76th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth attended the Humboldt county R. L. C. A. and Auxiliary retirement party for Roy Entler at Rutland Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludwig, Mrs. Mary Leitl, Mrs. Albert Thorsen and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend attended the Dale Struthers farm sale near Wesley Thursday. Several From Bancroft Are Hospitalized BANCROFT - Two from here are in hospitals at Rochester, Dr. T. J. Egan and Richard Dudding. At Estherville are Mrs. John Brink and Mrs. F. X. Willielmi. Mrs. Allen Vaske and baby are at Buffalo Center. - o - SHOWER HONORS A shower honoring Mary Lou Schemmel was held at St. John's Catholic church Sunday. Miss Shemmel will become the bride of Robert Droessler. The bride- to-be received many gifts. - o - Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's church for Leon Geitzenauer and Eileen Lynch. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Bancroft. Word has been received by relatives here that Tim R.Doocy, Ledyard, has been seriously ill and a patient of .Blue Earth hospital. Mr. Doocy is a brother of Geo. Doocy, Bancroft. School Honors Come To LuVerne Student At A.I.B. Friends and relatives will be pleased to hear of the recent honor conferred on Gary Youngworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Youngworth of LuVerne, Thursday, January 2?, 1966 Algona (la.) Upp*r Dei Molft«-7 of the United States and Canada. Gary Youngworth, is taking ft commercial course at AlB. Crasee £huf$i The January meeting of the Cresco Chums was field at the home of Virginia and Jacqtie Roethler. The meeting was called to order by Cindy Long. It was decided to have a party Feb. 4, at the Extension office. Dawn Wildin was selected as our queen candidate for Fun Night, Talks and demonstrations given were by Zelda Meehlhause, Mary Besch and Jacque Roethler, who is a student at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines, Iowa. Saturday, Dec. 18, following a formal banquet at the Za-Ga-Zag Shrine Temple, Gary was initiated into Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Pi, International Honorary Business Fraternity. Twenty young men, out of a total school enrollment, were then honored. Requirements for election to this honorary organization are superior scholarship, leadership, personality and character. Chapters of Phi Theta Pi are located in the principal cities fc^^^^»^» W,_^^!0q£^^^^ ^_ £ _^_^ «*i^a_*. INT BATTERY VARCON BATTERIES 6 Volt DELUXE 12 I s 30 MO. GUARANTEE _ 12 Volt DELUXE 16 30 MO. GUARANTEE 95 EX. YOU GET THE FINEST QUALITY FUEL OILS FOR LESS MONEY. Give Us A Call For Your N«xt Fill Prompt Delivery VIKING OIL CO. 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