The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1967
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Thursday, May 4, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper D« Moines-5 4-Alflona (la.) Upper Dei Meinei Thursday, May 4, 1967 Kossuth Donates $2,263 To Crippled Child Fund The Kossuth County Chapter of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults met at Roy's Cafe in Bancroft, Friday, April 38, to report on the success of the recent Easter Seal Camjiaign and to turn in the returnee! envelopes. The following were present: Mr. Henry Warner, State Field Representative; Mrs. R. E. Weber, Bancroft, County Chairman; Mrs. Russell Patterson, Burl, publicity chairman; Miss Naomi Juukermeier, Burt township; Mrs. A. L. Rasrnussen, Portland township; Mrs. John Stott, Titonka; Miss Anna Flom, Wesley, Mrs. /Mice Hill, Wesley Township; Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Union township; Mrs. V/m. Paetz, Hum Creek; Mrs. A. C. Accurso, Bancroft and Greenwood Township. Mrs. Victor Dau and Mrs. Marcus Zumach who jointly work in Whittemore, Whittemore township, Garfield, and Lotts Creek townships; Mrs. Arthur Menke, Ramsey township; Mrs. Martin McGuire, Riverdale; and Mrs. Truman Johnson, Swea township. Guests were Mr. Martin McGuire and Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier. Receipts for the past drive totaled $2,263.65. I^ast year four campers went to Camp Sunnside from Kossuth County. Others may do so this year. Applications are available from Camp Surmyside, Box 911 Des Molnes, Iowa 50304. Those attending last year were: Jerry Bjustrom, Luverne; Joel Chipman, Burt; Carol Jogenson, Ledyard; and Jacqueline Kadow, Bancroft. Campers must be at least 8 years old. PERSONALS MH. AND MRS. HERB Hed- luml attended a dinner and program, Friday evening, in Des Moines, as guests of Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Mr. Hedlund is manager of the company's local seed corn processing plant, largest In the organization. MHS. CHESTER Willey was hostess, April 29 at a "paint party". Guests were Mrs. Norma Hellman, Burt; Mrs. Ruth Abels, Kanawha, Mrs. Cecilia Holmes, Forest City, Beatrice Hildman, Wesley; Mrs. Gayellal- verson, Algona. The next meeting will be with Miss Hildman at Wesley, May 27. RANDY ROGERT, Steve Mueller and Jack Waller spent the weekend in Des Moines where they took in the Drake relaysj and visited Jack's brother at Drake University. DR. AND MRS. LeRoy I. Strohman are attending the annual Iowa Dental Association convention from Sunday to Wednesday at the Veterans auditorium, Des Moines. Dr. Strohman will present a clinic program dealing with the use of permanent fillings. MRS. L. J. Hanley visited for a week witfi her sisters, Mrs. Perry Lowmaji and Mrs. Martin Potratz. 18 Youngsters, St. Joe, Have Holy Communion ST. JOE - Sunday, April 30, 18 young people received their first holy communion in St. Joseph's Church with Rev. L. C. Schumacher celebrant. Acolytes were Allan Frideres, Stephen Gales, Peter McGuire and Donald Salz. Tliis year for the first time, parents received the sacrament with their child. Members in the class were Marjorie Berte, Karl Bormann, Sharon Bormann, Timothy Bormann, Laura Freilinger, Diane Frideres, Dolores Gales, Allan Kirsch, Edward McGuire, Kenneth McGuire, Martin Frideres, Barbara Reding, John Reding, Dennis Salz, Bernard Schiltz, Kay Streit, Linda Thilges and Philip Thilges. - o - C.D.A. PLANS C.D.A. will meet May 10 for their regular meeting with election of officers for the coming year the main business. Mother-Daughter Communion Sunday will be held May 7 in St. Joseph's Church at 8 o'clock mass. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet is held June 1, with Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Damian Centgraff, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. Ronald nig, Mrs. Marvin Sawyer and Mrs. Ralph Koh- Ihaas in charge of arrangements. Committee in charge May 10 will be Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Mrs. Irene Bormann, Mrs. Leonard McGuire, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Albert Berte and Sheryll Weydert. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeller are parents of a daughter born April 25 In St. Ann Hospital, Algona. The Zellers now have five boys and one girl. John Zeller, Algona, is the paternal grandfather. Mrs. Ray Gales, Livermore, is assisting with duties in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zeller. Carolyn Sue Berte, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berte, born April 17, was baptized in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher Saturday, with Mr. and Mrs. George Berte, Lee Summit, Mo., as sponsors. Nancy Ann Bormann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann, born April 19, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher, with Mrs. Jerry Weydert, Livermore, and Dennis Bormann, St. Joe, as sponsors. Mrs. Tony Becker is a surgical patient in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, enterting Monday. 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