The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1967 · Page 17
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10-Algona, (la.) Upper DM Molrm TwMday, March 21, 1967 Home After Year Spent In Vietnam WESLEY - Richard L. Gardner S. P./4 arrived home March 6 after a year's service in the army in Viet Nam. He will spend a month with his parents, the Leon Gardners and his wife, the former Jeri Kumcher, and 7-months old daughter, Angela, who live in Britt. He will report to Ft. Hood, Tex. A welcome home family gathering was held at the Leon Gardner home Sunday. Guests were his wife and daughter, his grandmother, Mrs. Marguerite Gardner and Curtis, Algona, his sister and family, the Larry Toblns, Charles City, and other relatives and friends. The Richard Gardners were honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday, March 5, in the Methodist church parlors in Britt. - o ~ PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER Anna Mae Besch of Whittemore was honored at a prenuptial shower in the Ralph Weir home Thursday evening. She was also honored at a shower Sunday afternoon in the parish hall at Whittemore. She is a daughter of the Ed Beschs of Whittemore, and will become the bride of Eugene Weir March 28. - o - Circles of the Methodist women met Thursday. Circle 1 and n met at the church with Marie Weiland, Neva Robinson and Katherine Hauptly as chairmen. The Mother-Daughter banquet is scheduled to be held at the Methodist church, March 30. The members of the congregation had a pot-luck dinner at the church Thursday evening, March 9. On Sunday, March 12, they observed visitation day, calling on members who are unable to get out much. Mrs. Jo Meurer has made frequent trips to visit her foster brother, A.M. Lemkee, who was transferred recently from St. Ann hospital, Algona, to Mercy hospital, Mason City. Kesley Burfis Rites, March 16 At LuVerne Kelsy 0. Burtis, 68, of Rockford, Dl., a former resident of Lu Verne, died Monday night, March 13, at a hospital in Moline, m. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m., Thursday March 16, at the LuVerne Methodist Church with the Rev. Roy Biesemeyer officiating. Burial was in the Lu- Verne Cemetery. Born and reared at LuVerne, Mr Burtis married Rhoda Seip in 1919. They lived in LuVerne until 1958 when they moved to Rockford, HI. Surviving are his wife; two sons, Durwood of LuVerne, and Daryl of Sioux Falls, S. D.; five grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; two brothers, George and Harroll, both of Fort Dodge; and two sisters. FISH Dewey Seiver and Delory Heidebrink of Sibley recently caught eight paddlefish and one huge catfish which averaged an estimated 25 to 30 pounds each. Algonan Will Wed Duncombe Girl In June DONNA BALL Donna Jean Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reo Ball of Duncombe, is the bride-elect of David T. Hanselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman, Algona. A June 18 wedding is planned. Can Reseal Beans From 1966 For Another Year A reseal loan program has been announced for 1966-crop soybeans which are now stored on farms under price-support loans. R. I. Anderson, Chairman, Kossuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee, reminds interested farmers to make arrangements for extending the loans (reseal) before the original loans mature on July 31. The reseal program offers soybean producers an opportunity to hold their crop for a longer period to stabilize market prices and take advantage of any increase in demand. The last reseal program was for the 1963 crop. Practically all soybeans placed under loan in previous years were redeemed by producers. With the re seal program available, farmers have three choices in handling their 1966-crop soybeans which are under farm- stored loans. They may (1) redeem their loans, (2) deliver the soybeans to the Commodity Credit Corporation in satisfaction of their loans, or (3) reseal the soybeans and earn storage payments. Loans on resealed soybeans may be called by CCC at any time but not later than August 1, 1968. The producer's storage payment rate for resealed soybeans will be announced later. Friendship Party At Wesley, 28th WESLEY - The C.D.A/s held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening, March 14. Clara Erdman reported on the cards she had sent to some members. Margaret Root, grand regent, announced the winners in the poetry contest that was sponsored bytheC.D.A. In the first division Debbie Youngwirth won first prize, Connie Hilbert, second, and Ambrose Laubenthal, third. All are sixth graders. In the second division Mary Muehe won first prize, Judy Eisenbacher, second, and Gerald Johnson, third. All are eighth graders. The poems have been sent to the state C.D.A. poetry contest. Marie Lickteig, lecturer, read an article onSt.Isadore.andread a poem on Hope. Marion Youngwirth, Carol Youngwirth, Donna Studer, Helen Koppen and Rita Rlcke were elected as a nominating committee. Mrs. Root reported that she had sent a box of games, art material and other things, including $14 to Helen Lickteig who is doing parish work in the Nixon, Texas area. C.D.A/s are sponsoring a "Friendship" party to be held Tuesday evening, March 28. A pot-luck lunch will be served at 6:45 p. m. The kitchen committee will furnish the meat and rolls. On the committee are Carol Youngwirth, Joan Vitzthum, Irene Peterson, Lucille Nelson, Vanda Pfeffer, Bernice Vitzthum, Clara Haverly, Ruth Youngwirth, Joan Grandgenett, Mary Richter, Sharlene Hauptman, Ruth Lickteig, Minnie Bleich and Mary Krieps.- On the entertainment committee are Hazel Studer, Marilyn Grandgenett, Rosalie Studer, Sara Raney, Mildred Arndorfer, Betty Bode, Rose Hauptly, Mary Bode, Janice Erdman and Madonna Studer. Following the business meet- ing Tuesday evening 500 and bridge was played. Prizewinners were Irene Hanlg, Marion Youngwirth, Erma Kunz and Viola Studer. Cong. Moyne Feted Here By 75 Persons Sixth District Congressman Wiley Mayne (Rep., Iowa) was welcomed by 75 persons from around the county at a luncheon in his honor at the Johnson House here Friday noon. He delivered a short talk following the meal. Mayor Bill Finn served as MC at the luncheon and area organizations were well-represented by the following: Fr. Cecil Friedmann, Garrigan High School supt.; John Claude, Algona Community School District board member; Bud'Anderson, Chamber of Commerce; Frank King, JayCees; and William Tokheim, Farm Bureau president. Many areas of the county were represented at the session, including several groups who later met with the Congressman during his stay at the courthouse Friday afternoon. According to C. R. Schoby, Republican party chairman for Kossutfi, the event was considered very successful. Spelling Bee Held At Wesley WESLEY - Students of St. Joseph's parochial school held a "spelling bee" in the parish ball Sunday afternoon, March 12. Winners in the first group were Marie Laubenthal, 8th grade; Janet Studer, 8th grade; and Beverly Laubenthal, 7th grade. In the second group they were Donald Kir sen, 6th grade; Mike Studer, 5th grade; and Lynn Klein, 6th grade. In the third group they were Ambrose Laubenthal, 4th grade; Patrick Studer, 4th grade; Dennis Ackerson, 4th grade. In the fourth group they were Ronnie Lickteig, 2nd grade; Lynnette West, 2nd grade; and Donna Becker, 2nd grade. Father R. W. Phillips was pronouncer, and Addle Loebig, Marion Youngwirth and Mary Ann Eischen were judges. ^^^•••^^••M^HM^^B^^MBI^^^HVII^B^^^^^MM^^^^^^^^^P^^MM^H^^^BHBM See how you can boost your farm income ... 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