The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 19
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Former Wesley Man Died At Cedar Rapids Wesley — Word was received of the clenlh ot Ed Myers, 80, Sun., Nov. 13, in Cedar Rapids! He and the late Mrs Myers owned nnd operated the farm north of Wesley now tc-.-anted by the Jens Andersons for many years before their retirement. Survivors are a daughter Ethel and son-in-law Mr and Mrs Harold Rooney of Cedar- Hapids. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Nov. 1.. nf. 3 o'clock in Turners Chapel in Cedar Rapids. Mrs Myers died Aug. 3, 1957. Engaged To Wed Mrs Maureen Harr announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Marilyn Rae, to Harlan A. Lcininger, son of Mrs W. A. Lcininger of Whitlemorc. The wedding will be Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Pauls Lutheran church, WhiUo- inoro. Marilyn is t\ 1958 graduate of Wesley high school and was cm- ployed as'laboratory assistant at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Brill lill Nov. 16. Mr Leiningcr \s engaged in farming near Whil- .cmorc, where the young couple will live. Miss Harr is to DC honored at a shower in the Methodist church Nov. 27. Visit Library A total of 128 school children visited the community library Nov. 16 in observance of children's Book week. A book mark was given to each child as a souvenir, and Jhey heard talks on good reading ana care of books. Ethel Flotn assisted by Mrs L. H. Kleinpeler were in charge of Ihe 21 kindergarten pupils. Anna Flom and Mrs Teiusa Gaull of 51 fifth graders, Mrs Francis Mot* denhauer and Mrs Mary Rockwood had 34 of the 6th graders of the public scnool. Sister Lcnorc was in charge of 15 first graders and 23 second graders of St. 'JW-phs parochial school, Sister Catherine of the 18 third and 17 fourth graders, Mrs L. L. Pfeffer, the 17 fourth and 19 fifth graders and Sister Vincent of the 2!) sixth graders. Mrs Charles Nygaard, president of the Library association was in charge of the morning program. Ethel Flom was in charge of the aflernoorf'p'rogrrfMr Baby Baptized The boy born to Mr and Mrs Dean Rickc November 10 in the Brill hospilal was baptized Sunday by Fatlici Phillips and named Randy Dean. Janice Ricke and Anton Trca were sponsors. Guild Elects St. Josephs Guild met Nov. 15. Treasurer Rena Hauptman reported $2,398 rcali/ed from the turkey dinner served to the public Sept. 25. RiUi Youngwirlh was reelected president; Lucille Nelson, reelected vice-president; Angeline Focrtsch, reelectcd secretary; Clara Erdman \vas elected treasurer; Josie Gouge, reelectcd organist. Justine Becker was chosen to report parish news to "The Globe." Circle 9 served lunch. There will be no-meeting in Dec. Circle 10 will serve at the Janu- ary meeting. After lunch 500 was played. Minnie JJIeich won high score prize and Marilyn Licktcig, low- score pri/.e. Attend Wedding Mrs Theresa Focrlsch, Mrs Ed Hildman, Mrs Sophia Hildman and Beatrice attended a wedding at St. Peters ana Pauls Catholic church near Gilbert Nov. 12 of their niece, Irene Wirth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Wirth, and Richard Neal Faust. The Wirths are former . Wesleyans. The young couple will live in Ames. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wirth of Story City brought his sister, Mrs Mary Monson of Comfry, Minn, to Wesley Wednesday, where she will visit her sisters, Mrs Ed and Mrs Sophia Hildman and Mrs Theresa Focrtsch and their families. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker and Mr and Mrs Harry Eischen attended a wedding reception and dinner in the Livermon; Legion hall TuesQuy evening for Mr and Mrs Karel Borman of Chicago, III. and mr and Mrs Allen Cannon of near Washington, D. C. The young couple are newlyWeds. Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld left Nov. 15 for their winter home in San Juan, Texas. The Ray I Ian- sens look them to the train in Mason City. The sophomore class al Garrigan held a car wash at the K. & II. oil station Saturday. Mrs Julius Mat/, nelped her brother-in-law and" sister, Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier of Algona move into a house near St. Cecelia's Academy. Mr Lallier was recently released from St. Ann hospilal, where lie had been seriously ill. Mr and Mrs R. ivl. Olson had as their weekend guests Wally Olson of Council Bluffs, Kay James Olson of Omaho and Bud Kilnoski of Council Bluffs. The boys enjoyed pheasant hunting. Sunday afternoon callers were Mrs Mclvin Olsoi, and Mrs Tom Sampson and family of Algona. November G weekend guests in the parental Olson home were the Oscar Wagners of Mason City, Pelc Olsons of DCS Moines and Don Olsons of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen allended Ihe fuiicral of his mo- Iher, Mrs Elizabelh Koppen, 93, Thursday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. She died at St. Ann hospilal Tuesday. Burial was in the Calgary cemetery at Algona. Women of the Evangelical Free church will have a project night. Thursday evening, Dec. 1, al 7:30 al Ihe church. They plan to raise 'flirids to help build a radio sta- lion in Ihe Corcoran area of Venezuela. Guest speaker will be Mrs Mildred Kahlslorf of Brill, who is state chairman of W. M.S. Mrs Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota, Minn, is spending two weeks with her son Lester Blain and family her brother, Oscar Johnson and family and many friends. Inga Brunvar and Evelyn Solum, who arc- nome on furlough from mission work in the African Conga were guest speakers at the Nov. In meeting of W.M.S. in the Evangelical Free Church. Mrs Tony Pearson and Mrs Garel Leek served lunch. This group will nold flection of officers and have a Christmas program at their Dec. 8 meeting at the church. Al Wagner observed a birlh- dav Nov. 12 and was honored Ilir following day by a parly. Guests were the Dwighl Wagners and Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«t Monet—S County Workers Start T-B Xmas Seal Selling Tuberculosis Chrismas seals arc now being mailed. The sale officially stalled Thanksgiving and continues until Christmas. Proceeds from these penny stamps is used for tuberculosis research, case finding, the Kossuth county tuberculosis testing program, the food handlers pro,gram and providing small items for patients from the county who are hospitalized al -Iowa City with the disease. The town chairmen are Mcs- clarnes E. J. Hough, Algona; Stanley Halstead. Bancroft; Lance Reibhoff, Burl; Ray Uthof, Fenton; Jerry Ileetland, Lakota;; Henrietta Uontje, L e d y a r d; Frank Flaig, Lone Rock; William Bigings, LuViTne; Max O'Kcc- .fe, Swea City; Martha Boykcn, Tilonka; Victor Perkins, Whitle- inore and Beatrice Hildman. Wesley. Township chairman arc Mesdames Carl Gallics, Buffalo; Delmar Angus, Bun., Elmer Potter, Crusco; Andrew Drones. Eagle; Reiben Leudtkc, Fenton; Conrad Schmidt, Garfield; John Wel- housen, German; Kenneth Patterson, Grant; Thilip Inman. Greenwood; Selmer Uhr, Harrison; Swen Larsuu. Hebron; Howard Raney. Irvington; Ted Wallenline, Lcdyard; Lyle Pallerson. Lincoln. Leo Kollasch. Lolts Creek: 1/i- rner Kubly, LuVerne; Robert Harrison, Plum Creek; Harold Becker, Portland; August Studer. Prairie; George Licktry:, Ramsay; Vern BaiT.er, Riverclale; Henry Loofl. Seneca; Alvin Weber, Sherman; Chester Johnson, Springfield; Florence Torino, Swea City; John Rich, Union; Joseph Loebach Jr. Whittemoru; and Miss Lois Bentcle, Wesley. family of AlgoiKi. J'he Ben W;ig- ners of Fort Dodge. Mrs Hazel Gerdes and Irenu ilanig. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber will have as their Thanksgiving Dinner guesls the Calvin Memeckes of Jefferson, the George Roeder.s and John of St. lionedict and the Harold Webers and Ihe LeRoy Grandgenctls of vvesley. Weekend guest.-, INOV. 13 in the George Sc'aberg and Louis Simpson homes were Edwin Buss and son Ronnie and iVus H. Seaberg of DCS Moines. wirs Marie Star- c)uisl \vas also „ guest in the Seaberg home Sunday. Mrs Joe Skow and children were afternoon callers thai Sunday. Mrs II. II. Itaney drove to Mason City Thursday to meet Mrs JeanelU 1 Olson of Sun Diego, California, who came for a visit with relatives and friends in thi.s area. She had «een visiting in Waterloo. She and her late husband "Red" Olson are former Wesley residents. She taught in the local public school. Mrs Elof Pearauii observed a birthday Nov. 13 and thai evening was surprised by a group of friends who came in for an evening of cards, lunch and a visit. Guests were Mi diid Mrs Joe Sluder and Joan Kay, Mr and Mrs Joe Miller and Mr and Mrs Frank Fox. Mrs Pearson plans lo go to Ml. Vernon soon to visit her father, E. L. ol.ansberry, who is ill with a heart ailment. Mrs Clarence Ackerson had emergency surgery T u c s cl a y night at St. Ann hospital--where she had been a week. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus sold their home to Mr and Mrs Richard Smith, who will take possession Dec. 1. Kraus's new home in Brill is nearing completion and they will move in before the first. of the month. The Smith home has been rented to the Robert Ellis family. Union Aletheans The Union Alethcan girls 4-H club met at the home of Sharon, Eileen, Maybeth, and Kalhy Roil ley. Marybeth Reihey gave a talk ond Sharon Reillcy a demonstration. Recreation was led by Judy Willrell. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Temptation may be strong, but it seldom overtakes the man who runs from it. Seven Couples Ge'r Licenses To Wed Here Wedding licenses began to sell again last we'-k, with no less than seven couples gelling Ihem from Counly Clerk Alma Pearson al Ihe courthouse. They went to the following: • Nov. 17 — William I. Hanig, Wesley, and Karen Michclson, Klemme. ' Nov. 18 — James Elberl and Palricia Kollasch, Whillcmore; Jackie L. Slransky and Judith Bulfington, Omaho. Nov. 19 — Jimmie Guggisbcrg, Eagle Grove, and LaDonna Mil- llieclcr, Algona; Homer Miller. Middlebury, Ind. and Marilyn Doyle, Chicago; and Paul Opsal, Schleswig, and Jane Amesbury, Boone. Nov. 21 — Roger Henrickson, Bancrofl, and Julie Elberl, Algona. 10 Win Chicago Trips For 4-H Ten Kossulh County 4-H members verc awarded a trip lo Chicago as a result of outstanding achievements in 4-H club work over a period of year's. The highlight of the trip will be the International Livestock Exposition but the group will also sec Chicago's Board of Trade and Ihe Prudenlial Observation Deck and go on sightseeing lours, shopping and to a stage play. Those leaving for Chicago on Nov. 24 were—Louise Skow, Wesley; Carol Hanisch, Bancroft; Janice Bode, Algona; Ruth Ann Klein, Irvington; Bonnie Bristow, Irvington; James E r p e 1 d i n g, Bode; Ronald Cherland, Burt; Duane . Metzger, Whillemore; Gary Priebe, Algona and David Winter, Lakola. They were accompanied by Mrs Lawrence Mcnke, Bancrofl; Lloyd Thorsap, Armstrong and Avis Lettow, county exlension home economist They. travelled by train from Mason City and returned November 28. BRUSSEL~SFROUT Mrs Louis Weber of near West Union recently harvested a 19- inch brnsscl sprout from her garden. Each stalk nets nearly two pounds of the succulent vegetable. HIGHEST RESALE VALUE * Dart is a full-size Dodge priced model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. % Yet, according to the November report of the National Automobile Dealers Association, you getJLots more.when you trade it in. Dodge parti A FULL-SIZE DODGE (DICED MODEL FOR MODEL WIIH FORD & CHEVROLET MRTB The automobile shown above is a 1961 Dodge Dart!! It's a full-size Dodge priced nose-to-nose with Ford and Chevy. This is genuine value. Now consider this. According to the November report of the Natipnal Automobile Dealers Association, Dart is bringing considerably more trade-in dollars than comparable models of Ford and Chevrolet. This is plus value. Here's still more. Dart has Dodge room, comfort and quality throughout. It has an excellent ride called Torsion- Aire. It has a unitued, rust-proofed body. It has a new device called an alternator-generator that will make the battery last far longer than usual. Dart gives you more for your money when you buy it. Returns moie of your investment when you sell it. See your nearby Dodge Dealer soon. 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