V ,. Church Youth BJicf The Algeria Protestant .Unidrt ,Youth Council .elected officers during a meeting at the, First''Lutheran church here'Oct.-30. The officers, shdwn above, ai?6 Bill Bourne,'treasurer;'in front,.and back, left to right, Judy,,Gerbef, president, Pat Navqichick, vice president, and. Sheryl Olson, -secretary. ' The Council; is rrfakirig plans at the present time for a pot luck dinner and, panel discussion Nov. .13 at the Good Hope Methodist church. A meeting of officers and, delegates Was held Nov. 6 at the Presbyterian church here. Delegates of '.the churches are Carolyn Plott, Judy Gerber, Barbara Reinders, lAnki Haase, Pat Navoichick, Karen Haase, Sheryl Olson. Also present ,at the Nov. 6 meeting were Rev. Isaacson, First Lutheran .pastor,, advisor, and Rev. Routh of Good Hope Methodist church. (Glenn's Studio-Photo-UDM Engraving). . \ . ,. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan and Brian and Bernie spent the week .end in Minneapolis. Dick Palmer went to Minnea polis Saturday to attend the wedding of a friend. ' 4 ." ' —o—. * Mr and Mrs James Honken spent'Sunday with the former's parents at Titpnka. , Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and family spent Sunday at Klemme With Mr and Mrs Merle Brule. Mr and Mrs James Scuff ham are parents of a 7 pound, 5 ounce boy- bbrri Nov. 8/at ! St. 'Ann hbs-- pital. " c '• • ' —o— . •,' Mr and Mrs Art Wiese Went to Fort Dodge Sunday where Mrs Weise bowled on a TV program. , . - ' . -.'•>••- ';. . -; .—o—•'• - ; ' ':(''.'•: Mrs Harold Sabin has ibeen elected Mother-of-the M9nfh by t lies Presbyterian Nik*Youth Club. Douglas Cook. 5, son of Mr and Mrs'George Cook, expects to return early this week from University Hospitals, Iowa .City, after having heart surjjery. The operation took eleven "hours, and Douglas'was very ill for a time, but is now coming along fine. . Mr and Mrs LarrV Johnson have flamed their new 'son Ste- Ven Craig. He was born Oct. 2)3 at St. Ann hospital. 1 "' Mr'and Mrs Kenneth Seely and Daughter, Kendra spent Sunday at Ames .with their 'son, Victor, student at Iowa State Universiy. • . i "• : : ,-• - — o^— - ' • Mrs- Gail Towne has returned .from- Rochester where she went through the clinic and was hospitalized. She is feeling much better. •' ,,i. . •; •'';• •' ;— -b— ''•' '.'•''•' : Bel, Canto club will meat Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Glen Graha'nv Mrs M. G. Bourne is chairman of 'the program committee. I Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy and Mr arid Mrs A. D. Crawford spent the ;week-end at Minneapolis and attended the football game. ' '•: * •• : : • ' ' j '• • ; < • . . Two ; WJgona teachers v - - were :amed"to~ offices of state "teachers organizations at 'the convention in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Mrs Helen Kelley was named executive board member of the Iowa- Association of English teachers and Kathryn Sorensen treasurer of the Association' of Advisors, to : the Future Teachers Association. , " fi*. and MM ftobert Oewel, Shirley and, Barbara* arid Mrs Ethel Chubb attended the ttiWa* Minnesota game over the week-end. - , • Mrs Charles LaSarre,,who has been a patient at St. Anri hospi* tal fof the past several weeks, Was dismissed Thursday and is now at home. Mr, and Mrs E. L. Garbeli, Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller'and Mr ajtid Mrs Gordon Odor went to 'Minneapolis Friday for the football week-end. . Mr and Mrs Waiter Klamp, Clarence Stewart and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee were .recent visitors at Boone with the letter's sister-in- law, Mrs Grace Fleming. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith have had as their guests Mr and Mrs Len Vranicar of Stanton, Nebr, They spent the week-end in Minneapolis and returned here for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr., Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Dick Cowan- attended, the Iowa-Minnesota game. Paul Seeley was there with his son, Mark, student at St. Thomas College, St. Paul. Circle of the Presbyterian church meets this evening (Tuesday) at (he home of :Mrs Richard Mawdsley. Mrs William Marshall, and Mrs Harley Troutman, jr. are co-hostesses. Among the many Algonans attending -the lowa^M i n n e s o t a game on : . Saturday were Mr and Mrs Keith Christie, Mr and Mrs O. t B. jHarmes, Mr and Mrs Don Hemrrtirigsen, ; Al Huerihold and Mr and Mrs jrVin'g Miller. .•Dr. Harrison G. Dawes, superintendent of the" Spencer district Of the. Methodist church, will be guest, 'preacher Sunday in the Algona church. The quarterly conference of the charge Will be held at 2:30 'in the afternoon. — o— Pat-Montag, Stan Mupkey and Mel Bay Went, to Minneapolis lor the week-end and. attended the game. . Others attending -were Messrs, arid Mesdarnes Russell Buchanan, J. F. Milder, Dean Parrott, H.- M. Honsbruch, Frank Moulton, r H a, : r! r y ? •; Greenberg, David Smith, Gordon , ^Schmidt, Mitch Taylor, Floyd Holt, Dick Post,' .Charles McVay,, Cecil Will, ,Gene ,' Zender, ,. James' Kqlp and James ^WhiUemdre. , ';';; " -, •; J ' TITONKA NEWS ' •' .••'•'] ; • •' • fj : I'-i-J--' s r i . Verle \. Schmidt/s "-bpesatoiMof Schmidt's Tavern in Titonka,- Has C urchased the Willernssen plu'rn-^ ing and" heating business frorn Loren Willemssen, with immediate possession being given. Mr Schmidt .will continue to operate the tavern until it is sold and has Rolland Watson, who has been assisting Willemssen for some time, to remain in the busi- ness. M> Schmidt has had pfe vioua experience in; the pluihblng and healing; business." Mr Will.em- •ssen ,has .purchased A general Store'irt,Minnesota and Will take over fifs business Jfln. 1, buf will assist Mr Schmidt for a while. The;. Gobd Hope ' Luthefan church will hold a p"ancake supper Nov. 9, Serving will sta^t at 5,p.m. \ In 1898, "Dorothy Dix",-- Mr's Elizabeth M. Gilmer -^ began her coluhin^'of personal advice*: in a daily, newspaper. It w&s the first popular "advice to the lovelorn" feature 'in' newspapers) Today, most-offor helpful and-' infotfna- tive features on personal pfob- lems. •. * Jo Ann Johnson Of Burf Bride Of James Gade Burt — Jo Ann Johnson, daughter of Mrs Melon Johnson, became the bride of Jsnies Gade, son of Air and Mrs Htigp Gnde, Algona, in a. candlelight ceremony performed by. Rev. tfeRoy Pillrrian in the Bancroft Lutheran church Oct. 16 at 7:30 'p.m. 1 The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Mllo, wore -a floor-length gown of white brid* al satin, fashioned with a sabrina neckline edged with scallops of lace. Her Waist length veil fell from a tiarra of pearls. Her attendants, Linda Stenzel, Dos Molncs^ maid of honor, and Mrs Dwaync Nelson, Ottoscn, bride's matron wore ihdcntical gowns of orchid satin with mat* ching head pieces. The groom's attendants were Jerry Gade & Efennis Jorgenson. Soloist was Milo Johnson and Mrs Jack Nyman provided the nuptial music. A reception^ immediately following the ceremony was held at the Burt Legion Hall. Margaret Gade, Algona, registered the'125 guests present. Mrs Lee Hays cut and served the cake. Mrs Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«s Maine*—3 Leonard Johnson poured. Waitresses were Diane Markla, Linda Leason, Mary McGuire, and Jeanotta Woltz. Mrs Bob Gade and Mrs Louis Gade were in Charge of gifts. After a wedding trip through Wisconsin, the Gnd- es are at home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell and family spent Sunday at Welcome, Minn, where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs Mitchell's parents. The L. C. Williams. Also attending were Elsie Lockwood and Gencviene Graham. ^ Mrs George Becker was hostess at a party at her home Thursday evening. The first of the parent-teacher conferences in the Burt school will be held all clay Nov. School will be dismissed for day for the students while their- parents report to school. Carilyn Hinckley, a freshman * at Mornlngside College, Sioux * City, spent the weekend at he? home. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Har- Icy Hanson, and family, Mrs Al" Hinckley and Duane look herf* back to Sioux City. Enroute*"* home they called on the Keith Culbertsons and Russell Castors in Sutherland. Hiram Ackerman is a patient at University hospita'ls, Iowa . City, where he is receiving testa and undergoing observation. "' FARMERS ELEVATOR MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY BY FAR THE FINEST AUTO INSURANCE AT LOWEST COST! FOR INSTANCE ... A 35% DIVIDEND IS CURRENTtY BEING PAID BY FEMIC REGARDLESS OF ACCIDENT RECORD* < FOR INSTANCE . . . 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