The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1967
Page 13
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Brighten Your Home, Short-Cut Work, Save Money! CDA Members At Wesley Host Friends WESLEY - CDA members held their Friendship Party in St. Joseph's parish hall Tuesday evening, March 28. One hundred and forty ladies attended. Each member had as her guest a member of another faith. Father Phillips, Father Zeiman and Margaret Root welcomed the members and their guests. A group of grade pupils presented instumental numbers. A skit, "The Tinker Family," was given by a group of members of the entertainment committee. Beverly Ostercamp and Marilyn Weiland sang two duets, with Mrs. Jongewaard as piano accom- panist. Mrs. Jongewaard gave a very interesting talk on "India" where she was born and where she attained her grade and high school education. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Jongewaard, Beverly Ostercamp and Marilyn Weiland, and to Dorothy Henderson who had a March birthday. Emma Olson's name was drawn for the door prize. On the entertainment committee were Hazel Studer, Marilyn Grandgenett, Rosalie Studer, Sara Raney, Mildred Arndorfer, Betty Bode, Rose Hauptly, Mary Bode, Janice Erdman and Madonna Studer. On the kitchen committee were Carol Youngwirth Joan Vitzthum, Irene Peterson, Lucille Nelson, Vauda Pfeffer, Bernice Vitzthum, Clara Haverly, Ruth Youngwirth, Joan Grandganett, Mary Richter, Sharlene Hauptman, Ruth Lickteig, Minnie Bleich and Mary Krieps. A pot luck dinner was served at 7 o' clock. LIGHTS OUT Mrs. Tom Forburger enter- entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Elmer Doughan, Mrs. Justine Becker and Mrs. Al Erpelding were guests. Due to the stormy weather, the ladies played cards the latter part of the evening by candlelight as the electricity was off. TO TAKE TOUR Mrs. Joseph Skow will be the county delegate for the Iowa Farm Bureau Women's tour to Washington, D. C. April 3-6. She is vice chairman of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women's Committee. Highlights will include a guided tour to many points of interest, a banquet, a visit to the American Farm Bureau Federation and a lecture and demonstrations, on food ad- Building or Remodeling? Don't Forget The Plumbing & Heating Whether ifs repairing old plumbing, installing new systems or adjusting to recent remodeling, we can give you expert service and quality materials. Call us for your plumbing or heating needs. FUNK'S PLUMBING AND HEATING 119 S. Dodge 295-3234 Algona Plan to have a home of your own? The good things of family life start with a home of your own. Now is a good time to buy a home and finance it through us. We are the specialists in home loans. 4 Curnnt RiU livlnft* Curnnt Rit» P§r Yiar on 8 Month Invntmint CirtldGitit Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. OK THE SAYINGS AND LOAN FOUNDATION, INC. All AwunU Mly Inturt* to UMNO puabook fcrino-S»T» From Th» IBth-Bun From Th« Ut •Hi** CuUflMtei-Itn From Th« Dty You Invtct ||N« 1«7-ALOONA, IOWA All Passbook Saving. Accounts and Savings Certificates InsurYd up to »15,000 byFederalSavings andLoan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. dltives by the Food and Drug Administration. - o - The Mark Bodes of Omaha spent the Easter weekend in the parental Herman Bode, and the John Steier homes, the latter in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode were Easter dinner guests in the Arnold Prohaska home at Garner. A large group of relatives attended the dinner family party. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch of Whittemore were Wednesday evening guests in the Herman Bode home. Terrence Weir left Saturday for San Francisco, Calif., where he will serve in the aviation department of the Navy aboard the U.S.S. Oriskany. He had spent several weeks in his parental Ralph Weir home. Karen Holben, daughter of the Connie Holbens, Lansing, Mich., spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, and with her aunt, Mrs. DonnelleVes- trem and family. Karen is a freshman in college. Douglas Dornbier, 16 year old son of the Dale Dornbiers, was taken to the Britt hospital March 27 for medical care of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. August Studer returned Thursday from several months' residence in Long Beach, Calif. Franklin Fox was a patient In the Britt hospital recently for medical care. He had a severe case of pneumonia. The Dwight and George Sea- burgs were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan, Clear Lake. Mrs. Geo. Seaberg was hostess March 28 to the W.M.S. at the Evangelical Free church with Mrs. Edna Wubben assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plx- ler, missionaries to the Phili- pines, were guest speakers and showed pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wingert of Meyers were callers at the Chas. Nelson home Wednesday. Mary Nelson and her houseguest over the Easter weekend, Riva Fantray, left Wednesday for Sioux City, where they are students at Briarcliff College. Mr. and Mrs. George Wellick of Charles City were, guests in the parental, R. C. Bauer home March 26. The Wm. Hrubes family were also guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt and Gussle of Clear Lake visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer March 25. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seefeld returned March 20 from Weslaco, Texas where they had spent almost 5 months. The Guy Carlsons, John Paulsens and Elmer Glawes had called on the See- felds, while in Texas. The See- felds' grandson, Richard Gardner, visited them Saturday evening. He had returned lately from army service in Vietnam and showed slides. He leaves soon for an army camp at Killeen, Texas. Frank Johnson was brought home Wednesday from Westview Retirement home at Britt where he had been 3 months, following a 4 month hospitalization in Mercy hospital Mason City, and in the Britt hospital. He suffered a stroke in September. The Methodist, Mother Daughter banquet was held Thursday in the church parlors. The men prepared and served the 7 o'clock banquet. Mrs. Stork, wife of the Garner Methodist pastor, was guest speaker and showed slides of the Holy Land, which she and her husband visited. Mrs. Frank Considine gave the welcome. Kathy Det- mering gave a tribute to mothers. Janet Ostercamp sang a solo. One hundred and twelve were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Valberg and Mary of Vienna, S.D. visited March 22-23 at the Louis Simpson, Mrs . Marie Starqulst and George Seaberg homes. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seaberg of Madison, Wis. spent the Easter weekend In the parental Geo. Seaberg and Merrill Zwiefel homes. Bluffs after her Easter vacation with the Edmund O'Brien family. Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, Eileen and Mickey, drove to Rock Island, fll. last Thursday to visit Mrs. O'Brien's mother, Mrs. M. R. Hurley and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, April 6, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moln«i-5 Harry White. Friday, they took Mrs. Hurley to McGregor and visited another sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Schett. They returned home Saturday after visiting Mrs. O'- Brien's aunt, Rose McNeil in the Postville hospital. They also visited Jim O'Brien,Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien attended the Rlngsted PTA WHITTEMORE = § I By Art Heidenwith 1 Mickey O'Brien returned to St. Mary's College, Omaha, Wednesday, after spending the Easter holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund OBrien. Eileen O'Brien left Monday to resume her teaching duties at St. Albert's High School in Council KLGA Radio HAS WHAT YOU WANT MUSIC-NEWS-WEATHER SPORTS-INTERVIEWS ALL THIS AND MORE . . . EVERYDAY KLGA is YOUR Radio A HOME MEANS HAPPINESS - BEING HAPPY WITH A HOME QUALITY HOME BUILT BY RAY E. MEANS HAVING A JOHNSON, CONTRACTOR ABOVE, STREET. RECENTLY COMPLETED HOME ON NORTH ROAN tf? NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT CORNER OF EAST OAK AND JOHNSON STREETS. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU IN YOUR NEW HOME PLANS GENERAL CONTRACTING • COMMERCIAL • REMODELING • FARM BUILDING RAY E. JOHNSON 204 NO. 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