The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1967 · Page 26
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H-Alflona, (la.) Upper Des Moinfti Thursday, Feb. 23, 1967 lifonka Folks Making Visit To Alaska TITONKA- Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Callies are visiting at the Dean Lust home in Anchorage, Alaska. Mrs. Lust is their daughter. They went by car to Seattle, Wash., and from there went by filaiie to Alaska. The Buffalo Tov/nship Homemakers met on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Morris Givens. The lesson "Snacks and Sandwiches." was presented by Mrs. Melviri Ricks and Mrs. George Schuster. The short lesson, "Pride in farm Bureau", was given by Mrs. Douglas Mechler. Titonka V.F.W. Auxiliary held their Feb. meeting at the home of Mrs. Clarence Akkerrmui and Mrs. George Doekeltnan was assisting hostess. Titonka Federated Club melon Thursday evening at the library community room. Hostesses were Mrs. Gary SleperandMrs. George Alke. The lesson on Flying Saucers was given by Mrs. Walker McDonald. Mrs. Edward Brandt gave the short lesson. Titonka W.S.C.S. Circles meet on Wednesday p.m. this week. Rae Circle at Mrs. George Uken home. Mrs. Ted DeBoer assisting. Lesson by Mrs. Wm. Ames- burg. Worship by Mrs. Earl Stott. Norma Circle at Mrs. Ernest Hansen home - Mrs. Erwln Eden assisting hostess. Lesson by Mrs. Wm. Schrom, worship by Mrs. Etta Relbsamen. Lois Circle at the home of Florence and Julia Reynolds, Mrs. Howard Sparks leads worship and Mrs. Harry Beed the lesson. Mildred Boyken, Bea Girrett, Pat Halnes, Esther Peterson aiul Gail Stoddard attended the Kossuth County Meeting of American Legion Auxiliary Units at Lu- Verne on Tuesday, Feb. 14th. Amongst Titonka residents hospitalized are Mrs. Mary Fritz and Mrs. Anna Ubbtn at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt and Senno Isebrand at the Park Hospital in Mason City. Edgar Heifner of Doran, Minn, has been visiting relatives in Titonka for several days. A son, Randal Gene, was Ixmi to Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Folkerts on Feb. llth at the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. H<; weighed r J Ibs., 7 <>z. Wesley C.D.A. Has Valentine Party Feb. 14 WESLKV - C. I). A. hold a Valentine party in the parish hall Tuesday evening, Feb. H. About 25 Hritt C.D.A. members were guests. Hearts were played and Clara Haverly and Sally Studer were prize winners. Clara Goetz's name was drawn for door prize. On the serving committee were Eileen Johnson, Veronica Erdman, Justine Becker, Agnes Stevens, Hose Hauptly, Marilyn Lickteig, Clara Hauptman, Marilyn Grandgenett and Maud Studer. On entertainment were Coleen Studer, Erma Kunz, Clara Erdman, Bernice Vltzthum, Felice Hllbert, AngelineFoertsch, Mary Rlchter, Mary Jo Studer, Ruth Schrauth and Frances Weber. - o - IS ENGAGED Announcement has been made of the engagement of Joan Marie Rlcke, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Rlcke and the late Edward Rlcke, and Gerald A. Morgan, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Tony Morgan of Iowa City. A summer wedding Is planned. Joan was graduated from Cor- witli-Wesley High School and Is attending the school of practical nursing at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Her fiance is a graduate of Lone Tree High School and is engaged in farming. - o - Will Hauptly entered Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt, Feb. 13, for medical care. The Tom Vitzthum family of Laurens were F'eb. 12 g'if'Sts in the parental Geo. Vitzthum home. Mrs. Helen Yuungwirth and Mrs. Luko Younsr'.'irth attended a birthday party in tho Methodist church at Corwith Feb. 12 honor- Ing the 99th birthday of Mrs. Fannie Barracks. The honoree received birthday greetings from President Johnson. Mrs. Barracks lives with her daughter, Mrs. Mae Barley in Corwith, and enjoys very good health. Dinner guests in the Geo. Seaberg home Feb. 12 were Rev. Curtis Andersons, Dwight Sea- bergs, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burr and Roger, Des Moines. Wesley Twp. Homernakersmet at the home of Mrs. Raymond Carlson Feb. 21, with Mrs. Joe Goetz, assistant hostess. The lesson on soft floor covering was presented by Neoma Hansen and Barbara Lickteig. There was a Valentine handkerchief exchange. The George Foertsch family, former Wesley area farmers, moved recently to West Bend from a farm near Bradgate. Leroy Helnen, son of theChas. Heinens of St. Benedict, was inducted Into the army last month. He Is a grandson of Mrs. Theresa Foertsch. His cousin, Robert Helnen, son of the Geo. Heinens of Algona, was Inducted Into the Navy. Assisting with the G.O.P. women's party at the Good Samaritan home In Algona Feb. 14 were Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mrs. Geo. Seaberg, Mrs. Chas. Nygaard, Mrs. Robert Boleneus, Mrs. Robt. Jongewaard and Anna Flom from Wesley township. Mrs. Jongewaard rendered several vocal solos and led the hymn singing. Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard attended a state board meeting of the W. M. S. of the Evangelical Free church at Boone Feb. 15. Due to blizzard conditions she spent the night in Ames. Dr. R. E. Jongewaard attended a general practitioners refresher course at University Hospital, Iowa City, Feb. 13-17. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert drove to Denver, Colo. Feb. 13 to visit their daughters, Judy and Mary, who are employed there. Joe Eisenbacher returned Sunday from several weeks' visit with his sister and family, the Ben Faurots in Studio City, Calif. Enroute home, he stopped at Denver, Colo, to visit his nieces, Judy and Mary Hilbert. He traveled by plane. Mesdames Joan Grandgenett, Marjorie Goetz, Jo Meurer, Helen Johnson and Myrtle Lease attended a Kossuth county American Legion Auxiliary meeting at LuVerne Feb. 14. Holy Name Society held a meeting in St. Joseph's parish hall Thursday evening and had very- good attendance. A dinner was served before the meeting. Mrs. Justine Becker and Joyce were Feb. 12 guests in the Arnold Kollasch home, Whittemore. Mrs. Becker, Joyce and Jane visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Brcka and family in Forest City, Saturday night, Feb. 11. Circle n of the Methodist women met Thursday with Mrs. Laura Walker. A pot-luck lunch was served. Methodist men enjoyed an oyster supper In the church dining room Thursday evening. The Neighborhood Birthday club met Friday with Mrs. Orvllle Smith, honoring her birthday and that of Mrs. Justine Becker, whose birthday falls on Feb. 29. The party had been postponed from Wednesday due to severe weather conditions. Six u. S. Presidents were members of the National Guard -- George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson, Chester Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman. In his memoirs, President Truman, one -time captain of field artillery in the Missouri National Guard, recalls how his grandmother chided him the first time he entered her home --in his blue uniform, Take a Damaro, sport coupe or convertible. 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