The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1967 · Page 8
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. iixiiif-J! 1 "CO"" 1 eliu matter at the pottofylct at Algona. Iowa | («MI1). Nov. 1. IMJ. under Act ot Conireu ot March 3. 1879 ! ESTABLISHED 1865 VOL - 101 NO. 33 SECONDSECTIOH '1 I I ._! Mrs. Len Arndorfer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. John Bauer and Mrs. Wm. Hrubes were guests. A baby boy was born April 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beenken in the Britt hospital, making them a family of three sons and one daughter. Mrs. Blanche Wagner entertained at a coffee party last week. Her guests were Mrs. Laura Walker, Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Mrs. Olive Erdman and Mrs. Myrtle Lease. Saturday guests of Mrs. Blanche Wagner were Mrs. Abbie Bush, Mrs. Esta Schultz, Mrs. Inga Woodbury and Mrs. Emma Oxley, all of Corwith. Circle n of Methodist women will hold a bake sale Saturday, April 29, in the Walker store. Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening, May 2. C.D.A.'s are sponsoring a Mother's Day mass Saturday morning, May 6, followed by a breakfast to be served by the officers in the parish hall. Weather permitting, a memorial service for deceased members will be held atSt. Joseph's cemetery. Otherwise it will be held in the church. Maureen Thilges Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed Wesley Guild Hosts Mock 4-H Meeting WESLEY - St. Joseph's Guild held a monthly meeting Tuesday evening. Circle V served lunch. Hazel Studer, Mary Bode, Maud Studer and Eileen Johnson gave D.C.C.W. reports. A 4-H mock meeting was presented by Tony Muehe, Kossuth county boys' 4-H president; Judy Berger, Algona, county girls' 4-H president; Marilyn Roethler, county vice president; Linda Nitchals, county historian; and Diane Bode, former county officer. The girls, all from Algona, explained 4-H work. They discussed various awards, such as the God and Country award. Mrs. Teresa Berger, a club leader, was in charge of the 4-H program. Five hundred was played with Be mice Vitzthum and Lucille Nelson prize winners. A display of rosaries made by Mrs. Chas. Nelson was shown. She has made over 400 rosaries and they have been sent to missions. SHOWER HONOREES Linda Simpson was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in Memorial hall, Britt, Wednesday evening, Apr. 26. Linda, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Simpson, will become the bride of Robert Fox of Britt, May 6, at the Little Brown Church near Nashua. A pre-nuptial shower was held in the Methodist parish hall Friday evening for Kathryn Ites of Buffalo Center, bride-to-be of Kenyon Gabrielson. They are to be married April 28. - o - Mrs. John Paulson and her mother, Mrs. Clarence Smith of Kanawha, returned Wednesday from Minneapolis where they visited relatives several days. A number of Wesleyans attended the funeral of John Voss Monday at Algona. Mr. Voss was the fath'e'r of Mrs." Herman Wise. N. F. Weber was brought home April 18 from the Britt hospital where he had been a patient for medical care. Mrs. Gary Thompson and children have moved into the house on the Mrs. Gladine farm from Guthrie Center. Paul Miller leaves April 29 from the Naval station in San Diego, Calif., for Viet Nam, where he served last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and grandsons, Tom and Mike Bode, spent the April 16 weekend in the Mark Bode home at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich drove to Pensacola, Fla. and spent several days with his brother, Ed Froehlich and family. They brought the men's father, Chas. Froehlich, home. He had spent three months there. Mr. and Mrs. (Sandra) Wayne Lybarger and family of Denver, Colo., spent the April 16 weekend with her mother, Mrs. Kate Flora. They all attended the . Roger Flom-Jean Anderson wedding at St. Paul, Minn., April 15. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan went to Webster City Wednesday to visit their daughter and family, the Jim Walmsleys. Kim Walmsley, 2 1/2 years old, was seriously ill in a hospital there. U.S. NAVY BAND Appearing In Concert TUESDAY, MAY 2 Algona Garrigan High Auditorium at 8 P.M. SPONSORED BY ALGONA ROTARY CLUB TICKETS: $1.00 GENERAL ADMISSION $1.50 RESERVED SEATS Tickets May Be Procured From Any Rotary Club Member or By Contacting The Algona Rotary Club General Admission At The Door. (32-33) ttfoSahS^oir 11 ^ wil Missionaries To Appear At Algona Church 'f" 1 * rf f ufrn to fNlgerl , a f ° r services and meet the van Ger the Oklahoma soils, and will • i . O *»•*.•! thelr {ourth term Q{ servlce m wparlnp-thp compete with teams from all Rev. and Mrs. Emory Van- Algona, Sunday, April 30, during They are sponsored by the July this year J. f « M «. M! the states in the United States Gerpen, missionaries to Nigeria. the Sunday School Hour at 9:30 Sudan Interior Mission. Pre- Walter F. Morz, pastor of the nauv e costume of Northern Ni- ori Thursday, August 27th. • since 1952 will be speaking at _ a.m. and again during the worship sently, they are living with their First Presbyterian Church, in- Pur S V George Sefrit, Voc. Ag. Inst., the First Presbyterian Church, service at 10:45 a.m. five children in Sibley. They vites the public to attend these MAUREEN THILGES Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Maureen, to Charles F. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Baker, Mason 'City. She is a graduate of Garrigan High School and is employed at the law office of L. W. Nitchals. He is a graduate of Whittemore High School and is employed at Thermogas. A June 17 wedding is planned. Algona FFA Soil Team To Compete In Oklahoma The Algona F. F. A. Soil Judging Team will leave for Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Monday morning April 24th to compete in the International Land Judging Contest on April 26-27, 1967. The team is composed of Merlyn Metzger, Roger Meyer, Del— mar Mains, Warren Kellenberger, and Terry Olson, They will attend a land judging school held Tuesday afternoon, April 25th and Wednesday, April vmr^-jp/// SUNDAY ^'mm '/ MOTHER You'll rind bare-armed or little sleeved dresses that follow the figure lightly. For Mother choose cool, comfortable linen looks in fashion right Tent Dresses Front Pleat effect in soft cotton prints. Sleeveless. Dresses To Flatter Her Fashion's choice for that special MOTHER. Yours ... We know what Mother likes to get I Cool cotton knits.

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