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6-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Worth 9, 1967 Wesley Folks Make March I Relocations WESLEY- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson and baby moved recently from '.he Uoan vicinity Ink the house on the Clinton Eden farm. <"hich was vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ricke. Kenneth is a son of the Guy Carlsons. Richard Frost moved lately from the Martin Hamilton apartment on Main Street into the house on the Clinton Eden farm which was vacated by the W. R. Smiths some tlmo ago. Mr. Frost is employed at the K. & H. Oil Co. His 18 month old son Rickey is cared for by the Harold Hovey's during the day. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Peterson and daughter Pamela moved Saturday from the tenant house on Mrs. Justine Becker's farm, to the tenant house on the late Oscar Johnson farm north of town that was purchased by the Ernest Van Weeldens. Mrs. Peterson teaches second grade in theTitonka public school. Mr. Peterson is employed by the Bauer Implement Co. - o - PLAN FRIENDSHIP NIGHT CDAs are planning a "Friendship" party for Tuesday evening, March 28. Members are asked to bring as their guests, members of other congregations. A pot luck lunch will be served at 6:30 p.m. On the entertainment committee are Hazel Studer, Marilyn Grandganett, Rosalie Studer, Sara Raney, Mildred Arndorfer, Betty Bode, Rose Haup- tly, Mary Bode, Janice Erdm.in, and Madonna Studer. On the serving committee are Carol Youngwirth, Joan Vitzthum, Irene Peterson, Lucille Nelson, Vanda Pfeffer, Bernice Vitzthurn, Clara Haverly, R'Hh Youngwirth, Joan Grandganett, Mary Richter, Sharlene Hauptman, Ruth Lickteig, Minnie Bleich and Mary Krieps. - o - AT LOEBIG RITES Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. Viola Loebig 63, in St. Josephs Catholic church Tuesday morning February, 28 included Kenneth Ras- mussens, Leland; John Loebigs, Iowa Falls, Sister Mary Giovanni and Sister Michaeline of Milwaukee, WIs.; Ellery Loebigs, Cherokee; Larry Cooks, Spencer; Mrs. Lou Wlngert and Mrs. Jim Gibson, Buffalo Center; Rufus Welters, Bob DeGrottes and Mrs. Torn Welter, Corwith; Allen Doughans, Britt; Dale Doughans, Algona; Phil Ballards, Algona; Roger Doughans,Clarion;EdKen- yons, Whlttemore; Mrs. Theresa Berger Algona; Haydee and Ray Schleusner, Forest City; Ray Nelsons, Clear Lake, m.iny relatives and friends attended the Vigil of the Dead at the Boughton Funeral Home in Brltt Sunday evening and In St. Josephs Parish Hall in Wesley Monday evening, - o - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nelson of Walcott, N. D. spent several days last week In the Harold Hovey home. The women are sisters. The Nelsons also visited relatives in Des Molnes. Guests in the parental, Ernest Peterson homo Saturday Feb. 25 were the Richard Petersons, Ft. Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peterson of Clear Lake. Algona Teachers Plan Wedding CORRINE SHIMEL Miss Corrine Shimel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Shimel of demons, is the bride- elect of John Vint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vint of Spirit Lake. Miss Schlmel graduated from the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls and her fiance graduated from the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Both are teaching In the Algona Community School System. Mrs. Betty Bode entertained her contract bridge club Monday evening, Feb. 27 In Al's Lounge. Mary Rolling was high scorer. A goodly number of Wesleyans attended the Legion party Wednesday evening In their hall. They will sponsor one each Wednesday evening for the public. The Corwith - Wesley community school will close at 2:30 p.m., Thursday, March 23 for the Easter vacation. School will resume Monday morning the 27th. STRONG CHURCHES.. , Make Strong Communities "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." — Psalm 133:1 The time may never come when all men kneel in the same church. But here is a unity in Christianity, in Christian charity. If we follow the concepts of Christianity, we must rule out distrust and hatred. If we practice Christian charity, tensions begin to fade away and there comes a unity born of understanding. Jesus once said "with God all things are possible." This is true. And the truth becomes more evident as we live and pursue a life of Christian charity. Read your BIBLE daily and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Tools FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 £ 169 SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckarf St. - Algona, Iowa KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds — We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - GMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoilt KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend - Before and Afttr the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment Cathy Salt of Sioux City, Miss Iowa ol 1967, will be at the Robinson annual Ham Appreciation Day on Monday, March 13th. Mr. and Mrs. David Klein left Tuesday, Feb. 28 for New Orleans where they attended a Banker's Convention for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Al Loebig accompanied them. The Klein children were left in the care of their grandmothers, Mrs. Gladine Miller and L. H. Kleins. Mrs. L. H. Klein slipped on the ice and fractured her left wrist. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Louis Hauptman 94 on Monday, Feb. 27 in St. Josephs Catholic church Include Francis J. Hauptman, Tucson, Arizona; the Clarence Hawks, the Paul Schleusners Haydee and Ray Schleusner of Forest City; Vincent and Dennis Schleusner, Austin, Minn.; Joe Youngs, Eugene Schleusners, Don Butzs, Garner; Edward Hauptmans, Bob Oxleys, Dick Youngwirths, Corwith; Mrs. Harry Barton, Algona; Bud Haupt- mans, Bancroft; Mrs. Clara Thissen, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Edw. Formanek, Gayle Tices, Garner; Gene Albrechts, Rockwell City; Mrs. Margaret Eckerman, Early. Others attended the Vigil For the Dead at the Blake Funeral Home Sunday evening. The CDAs will meet Tuesday March 14. At the last meeting Margaret Root, Grand Regent read a very interesting letter from Helen Lickteig, who is doing parish work at Nixon, Texas, saying that she would appreciate anything that could be sent her to help out in the work she is doing. Servers at the March 14 meeting are Elsie Kunkel, Viola Kollasch, Catherine Seller, Marjorie Becker, Rosemary Dornbier and Dorothy Martinek. Agnes Lickteig, Rita Ricke, Mary Weber, Mathilda Matz, Clara Goetz and Veronica Erdman are on the entertainment committee. "My Fair Lady" Set For Stage At Garrigan Ever wonder how operettas are born? "My Fair Lady", presently being produced by Garrigan High School has a rather interesting background. It apparently began with a Greek myth. This myth said that a sculptor by the name of Pygmalion created a statue so beautiful that he fell in love with it. Through the intervention of the Greek goddess of love, Pygmalion's statue, Galatea, came to life. The legend claimed that he then married her. From George Bernard Shaw's play comes the operetta by Alan Jay Lerner. Music by Frederich Loewe is added, the story is changed but the basic idea remains. Professor Henry Higgins, a phonetics teacher, undertakes the task of transforming an ordinary flower girl from Convent garden into a great lady. The supreme test, pass her off as a duchess at the Embassy ball. All of these things helped form "My Fair Lady." So, don't forget that performances are to be given between March 28 and April 2 at the Garrigan High School auditorium. Adult Driver Course Wil! Start March 13 The Adult Driver Education class being offered by Algona Community School is scheduled to begin Monday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. The class will meet in the high school building. Instruction will be presented by Fritz Nielsen. He has had 12 years experience in conducting driver education programs. Twenty hours of classroom work and 6 hours behind-the- wheei for each student will be included in the instruction. Class room instruction will be for 2 hours on 10 consecutive Monday evenings unless arranged otherwise. Behind-the-wheel will be held after 4 p.m. during school days or Saturdays. A car will be provided through the school for instruction. Tuition charge will be $30 per person for instruction and materials. A driving instruction permit will be needed, also. It is desired to have registrations made before March 13, but tuition is to be paid at the first meeting. Questions or registrations may be directed to Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie, Algona 295-3518, or by writing Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community School. Twenty people should express an interest in Adult Driver Education in order to conduct the program. Anyone not currently attending a high school is eligible to participate. Some registrations have been received, but more are needed. Has Birthday Every I Years WESLEY- Mrs. Justine Becker who has a birthday every four years, on Feb. 29, was given a surprise birthday party at the home of her daughter, the Vernon Series of St. Joe Wednesday afternoon by a large group of relatives. Mrs. Becker's daughter, Mrs. Ray Brcka of Forest City took her down to Berte's, "just for a visit.' Mrs. Alvin Becker and Mrs. Tom Becker also attended the party. Mrs. Alvin Becker brought home the low score prize in 500. RACES Winter snowmobile races held at Nashua last month brought out many racers and spectators. The big winners were father and son, Grant and Rick Miller of Mason City. They won four golden snowmobiles in all. QUILTS Mrs. Emma Hommer, Ankeny, has made over 70 quilts since she started (flitting in 1958. Emma has won eleven ribbons in the Iowa State Fairs. Among her many varied designs is a quilt recording the Hommers' 50 years of marriage, which depicts their first team of horses. 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