2-Afgona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, March 16, 1967 Wed In California Saint Lucy's Catholic church, Campbell, Calif., was the scene Saturday, Jan. 28, of the nuptial mass uniting Doris Marie Blaco, daughter of Mr. Marcel Blaco, and LeHoy A. Scherer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Sclierer, Algona. The young couple reside at Campbell where both are employed. SEVEN-GALLON Mrs. Ernie (Maye) Bolinger, Cregion, received a 7-Gallon Donor certificate last month for having given 50 pints of blood in the Red Cross blood program. Titonka Woman Leads Singles, State Bowling A Titonka woman, Lois Peterson, rolled a 619 series and moved into first place in the singles of tfie J5tate Women's Bowling Tournament at Council Bluffs Sunday. The Titonka kegler leads the entire singles field after four weeks of firing in the meet by 19 pins. She also ranks fourth in all events with a 1,689 total. Roseann Schmidt New Plum Creek Club President The Plum Creek Wo men's Club met March 8 at the horn e of Pearle Etherington, assisted by Elsie Willrett. Opening number was by Marjorle Bode and roll call, "how I save" was answered by 18 members and one guest. Election of officers was held. New officers are Roseann Schmidt, president; vice president, Maxlne Marshall; secretary, Shirley Sorenseii; assistant secretary, Doris Ruhnke; and treasurer, Phyllis Kuhn. The program - Cleur Skies, Blue Water, was given by Roseann Schmidt. The next meeting will be April 12 at the home of Mildred Scuffham, assisted l)y Ethel Gardner. Miss Reding Of St. Joe Is Engaged To Wed MARY REDING ST. JOE - Mary Susan Reding, daughter of Mr. Frank Reding and the late Mrs. Elizabeth M. Reding of St. Joseph's parish, is the bride-elect of KentR.Schulze son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Schu- Ize of Bode. Mr. Schulze is a graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, and is stationed with the Air Force in Biloxl, Miss. A summer wedding is planned. Kossuth county's Favorite newspaper NOW! AN ADDED SERVICE FOR CUSTOMERS OF LEADING BANKS! Miss Profiling, Otfosen, To Girls State OTTOSE.N - American Legion Auxiliary held an all-day rag sew Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Victor Meyer. Six members and three guests attended. They --all send Debbie Frohling to Girls' State this summer and Kathy Jacobson is alternate. A poppy poster contest will be held at school and first and second prizes will be given in each grade from fourth through eighth. There will also be a grand prize given. • The unit gave a dollar to Radio Free Europe and a dollar to the Americanism project. - o - TO BOYS STATE Craig Kinseth has been chosen by the American Legion to attend Boys State this summer. - o - HOME FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hamm of Bradgate & Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster returned last weekfrom a week's trip to Texas. At Dallas, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Burton Tone. Mrs. Tone Is a sister of Mr. Hamm. They saw the L.B.J. ranch at a distance. They were in San Antonio, Houston and Hot Springs. Friday night, they visited the Worster's son-in-law Whittemore - FARMERS STATE BANK Wesley - EXCHANGE STATE BANK .New"Bank-Care"plan pays money to you well-pays cash when hospitalized YOUR BANK WILL DEDUCT THE PREMIUMS AS A CONVENIENCE. RATES ARE SURPRISINGLY LOW. • BANK-CARE pays money direct to you to use as you see fit. It is an indemnity policy. Benefits under most hospital reimbursement insurance, either group or individual.are not reduced or affected because of benefits paid you by BANK-CARE YOU SELECT THE AMOUNT OF YOUR DAILY BENEFIT $ 10 00 ...»t5 00 ...or $ 20 00 a day. YES, YOU CAN RECEIVE PROTECTION EVEN IF ACE 65 OR OLDER OR ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICARE $ 5°°... $ 7 50 ...or $ 10°° a day. WATCH YOUR MAIL FOR THIS FOLDER if you are a depositor at one of the banks! BANK- CARE pays from the first day and up to 26 weeks. As soon as your policy is in force, you are covered in case of atrident. 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If you are not doing business at a participating bank, you may wish to open an account, or you can arrange to make premium payments to the bank See a participating bank for details Only $2.00 pays the enrollment fee and first month premium. Depending on your age at enrollment, rates are as follows: Daily benefit First month premium Renewal premium 18 to 39 40 years BASED ON AGE WHEN ENROLLED years & older $10 $ 1 $2.75 $3.50 $15 $ 1 $3.90 $4.95 $20 $ 1 $4.95 $6.40 FORM 212 ISSUED BY ~M>M^ HM ^ H You probably will wonder how the cost could be so low. Bank-Care holds down expenses two ways: 11 by helping you stay well, claims are at a minimum, and 2i by keeping down its sales costs. Bank-Care reduces sales costs by eliminating red tape and unnecessary and complicated paper work, and by conducting our business by mail - NO SALESMAN WII.I. CALL ON YOU. PAYING PREMIUMS AT ONE OF THE BANKS CENTRAL STATES HEALTH & LIFE Co. OF OMAHA Omaha. Nebraska 68102 ^4T***.**.r* and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan McGuire and family of Marshall, Mo. - o - The Presbyterian Women's organization met Friday, .','aomi Stnrthers was hostess and Mrs. Albert Thorsen gave the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James Barber of West Bend to the Girls State Basketball Tournament at Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Arthur Petersen and Mrs. Helen Thacker attended funeral services for Victor Hanson, 67, at South Sioux City March 4. The deceased was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Thacker. The Twin Rivers eighth grade from Ottosen and Livermore went to Des Moines Monday where they observed the legislature debate for 45 minutes and also visited the Historical building. Mr.Hil- bert Mixdorf, principal, went Algona and their teachers, Mrs. Talmal Heggen from Llvermore and Mrs. Herbert Raney from the Ottosen school. A classmate of the Uvermore group, Tim Colwell, is a page at the Legislature. Mrs. Allan Wehrspann was bus driver, Sunday dinner guests at the Cletis Hundertmark home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Tendall and Adeline of Belmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bakken and family of Garner. They celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Tendalls' 47th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Essie Cooper entertained the Ladies Rural Club at the latter's home Thursday. Miss Myrtle Hewitt, Extension Home Economist showed some film and talked about cooking for one or two persons, using small electrical appliances. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson attended a postmasters meeting at Ft. Dodge Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf brought along their oyster stew supper, Friday and went to the Watson Struthers home, where they all enjoyed the meal together. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Waechter entertained their card club Sunday night. Mrs. Robert Waechter had first high for women and Mrs. Paul Kampen second high. Paul Kampen had first high for men and James Banwart second high. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooper and family of Ft. Dodge were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Essie Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jacobson were Thursday supper guests at the Roy Telfords. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme were Friday visitors at the Jesse Van Buskirk home at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tapper of Kamrar were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Frohling home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Telfords. Honor 1, S.C.I. Seven young people were named to the Dean's List at State College of Iowa, it was announced this week. They Include GaryKelley, Eugene Lieb, Mary Reilly and Mary Yeoman, all of Algona; Jane Hanselman, LuVerne; Sara Usher, Ottosen; and Doug Black, Burt. CARP Don Parizek caught the heaviest carp in the state for 1966 now that the Iowa Big Fish Contest has closed. The Lone Tree angler caught his record fish from the Iowa River Yellow Pages INDEX CHARGE IT I pencil stripes sharpen summer coolers! 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