Ex-Barber At Wesley Has Heart Attacks WESLEY - Relatives here received word last week that Reese Martin, a former Wesley barber had suffered two severe heart attacks but is recuperating at his home in Earling, la. Mrs. Martin is the former Mildred Hildman, daughter of Mrs. Sophie Hildman. - o - WESLEY WIZARDS Wesley Wizards 4-H girls met May 6 at the Arvin Larson home with Barbara, Dana and Diane as hostesses. Roll call was answered by 18 members. Camp delegates for the junior camp at Madrid are Diane Larson and Maria Cink. The girls discussed a date for their club tour, and they decided to have a skating party. Talks were given by Bessie Skow and Donna Peters. Demonstrations were given by Kim Martinek, Kathy Skow, Shirley Becker and Sig Johnson. A lunch was served by the hostess. - o - GUILD MEETING St. Joseph's Guild held their regular meeting Tuesday evening May 16. It was the annual Appreciation Day for the nuns, three who teach in the local parochial school and three who teach at Garrigan, but live here. It was announced that the annual turkey dinner is scheduled for Sept. 17. Three hundred rosaries that had been made by Mrs. Cecelia Nelson, had been sent to missions. She has made many more. Mrs. Maud Studer, charities chairman, reported that she had sent 10 hospital gowns and 25 Ibs. of bandages to the Catholic mission in Milwaukee. These were made by members of the Guild. Sister Mary Lou, who teaches freshman English and religion at Garrigan High School, gave a talk on "Sisters in Street Clothes". Father Phillips also spoke. Erma Kunz and Maud Studer gave D.C.C.W. reports. Irene Muehe's name was drawn for the door prize. Circle VI served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burr and Roger of Des Moines»were May 6-7 guests in the Geo. Seaberg home and attended the wedding reception for Linda Simpson and her husband, Robert For, at the Evangelical Free church, May 6. Mrs. Harold Price was the lucky winner of the out-of-door grill at the North Central Public Service "get acquainted" meeting held Tuesday afternoon in the Legion hall. Mrs. P. C. Haynes entered Mercy hospital in Mason City Tuesday for medical care. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seaberg of Madison, Wise., were May 13-14 guests in the parental Geo. Seaberg and Merrill Zwiefel homes. Wesley Twp. Homemakersheld their May breakfast at the home of Mrs. Fern Paulson Tuesday morning, May 16, at 8:30. Mrs. Helen Weir and Mrs. Marvel Nygaard were assistant hostesses. Mrs. Clara Hauptman gave the lesson on quality and government. Mrs. Olive Erdman spent the May 14 weekend in Cedar Rapids with her son Bernard and family. They all attended a program at Washington High School in which Milly Erdman took part. Mrs. Kate Flom accompanied Mrs. Erdman by bus to Cedar Rapids where she visited her son Roger and wife. Mrs. Emma Olson and son Bob were Mother's Day guests of their daughter and sister, the Oscar Wagners in Mason City. Pete Olson of Harlan, phoned ^. .-etings to his mother that day. John Muehe, Jiis sister, Mrs. Urban Lickteig, and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman attended the funeral of Mrs. Richard Berner, 37, at Holy Family Catholic church in Mason City, Friday, May 12. The deceased had lived in Cedar Rapids the past two years. Prior to that she had spent her life in Mason City. She was the daughter of Albert and Emma (Schutjer) Dirksen. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, her father and stepmother, who is the former Dorothy Muehe. Mrs. John Bleich attended the funeral of her brother-in-law, Dr. Joseph Coyle, in Chicago, HI., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kellogg and son of Grand Junction were Mother's Day guests of her mother, Mrs. John Bleich. Mother's Day guests in the Philip Goetz home were his par- is your INSURANCE ADEQUATE (SiCW.INC. GET THEFT INSURANCE TODAY There's a brighter side to this story if you'd carry proper theft insurance. Don't risk loss of valuables — often irreplaceable by not having adequate coverage. Costs only pennies a day. Stop by our office. ents, the Mike Goetzs of Sargeant, Minn.; Bob Trenarys, Corwith; Tim Viponds, Algona; Mary Ann Goetz, Oelwein; and Eugene Meister of Fayette. Relatives and friends have visited August Studer, a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had surgery. Cub Scouts 1, 2 and 3 enjoyed a picnic in the city park Wednesday afternoon. Den mothers who attended were Jeannine Ackerson, Betty Bode, Sharlene Hauptman and Marilyn Shellenberger. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her auction bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mary E. Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, now of Wesley, was among 12 young men and women who represented Briar Cliff College of Sioux City at the United States National Students Assoc. regional meeting of 12 colleges at Davenport recently. She is prominent Tuesday, May 23, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines—9 in student government activities at Briar Cliff College. Mrs. Viola Studer visited her daughter and family, the Julius Kelchs in Northfield, Minn, several days last week. Notes iervicemei GLENDALE, ARIZ. - Joseph P. McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McGuire, Bancroft, la., has been promoted to airman second class in the U.S. Air Force. Airman McGuire is an air traffic controller at Luke AFB, Arizona. He is a member of the Air Force Communications Service which operates five million miles of communications channels and more than 1,000 air traffic control facilities around the globe. The airman, a graduate of St. John's High School, attended St. Benedict's College, Atchison, Kans. SAN DIEGO, CALIF.-Mayll- Seaman Recruit James F.Schoby, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby of 117 W. College St., Algona, la., has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. In making the transition from civilian life to Naval service, he received instruction under veteran Navy petty officers. He studied seamanship, as well as survival techniques, military drill and other subjects. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. DODGE ALGONA, IOWA He's learning to set the table for 200,000,000 expected guests! This boy may stay on the farm all right, but there'll be many changes. Sons don't farm like their fathers did in this period of rapid change. In his father's lifetime, for instance, bigger and better machinery has given him the power to farm more land in less time, with less labor. Electricity has taken over many of the backbreaking, time-consuming chores. New chemicals give him powerful weapons in the fight against insects and diseases. New fertilizers boost crop yields. ™' wh f n this y oun g ster is farming on his own, at least 200,000,000 Americans will be counting on the farmer for food and other essential products. But even with these 30,000,000 more mouths to feed, the fruitfulness of American farms will provide all we need and more. . Cooperatives help the farmer benefit from change; turn progress into profits. 6 The advantages of employing cooperatives to get jobs done will belong to the son as they have to the father. That will not change . . . and the future is brighter because of it. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR ____________ Bernard Reilly, OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR __________ Jerry Hoffman, WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO ------------- R. W. Jurgens, TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR ______________ Jack Stott, FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode _____ R. L. Matheson, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR _____________ _ Curtis Lura, IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ________ E. F. Immerfall, LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE — Lorenz Geitienauer, WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR ______ Alfred Schultz, (Hobarton Branch) JURT CO-OP ELEVATOR ___ r ___ ______ Ronald Jurg.ru, Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr. Mgr.
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