Program Is Enjoyed By Kossuth Federated Clubs The Spring Conference of the Kossuth County Federation ot Women's Oubs was held Thursday, March 9, at Good,Hope Lutheran Church, Titonka, Lois Brandt, County Chairman presiding. The opening prayer was offered by r.ev.'B. H. Schwerin. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Ruth Burgess, of the Titonka woman's Club, followed by a clever welcoming skit by the Doan Woman's Club. The Sw<;a City Literary Society was accepted and welcomed as a new member by unanimous vote. The program for the afternoon included a choral reading of "lowu Beautiful Land" by the Titonka Woman's Club. The guest speaker, District Director Mrs C. B. Innis, of 6g- den, covering her subject "Our Responsibility" admonished the feroup that the first responsibility is to families, homes, church, schools, and communities, being careful that these are not spread so thin as to serve none well. They were advised to be ever on the alert to be good examples in the fields of delinquency, racial, dicipline, etc. and to be well informed, and not indifferent to legislative matters pertaining to the betterment of their communities and the world. Community singing was led by Mrs Graham of Burt. Mrs Dale Struthers, of Doan. Chairman in the Division of Uni- V ted Nations, presented state awards to the Algona, Burt, Fenton, Lakota, and the Titonka Woman's Club and Federated Club. "Our trip to Norway", N was presented by Mrs May Schenck, Articles brought home with her were greatly enjoyed. June Goldman paid high "tribute to Clubwomen of the Year" when she presented the many admirable qualifications these women possessed, this honor being so well earned and deserved. Miss Margaret Durant, Division of Literacy and Scholarship, gave much to think about in relation to the individual' possibilities in the educational field as well as in the field of mental disturbance. Fifty eight women registered from Algona, Burt, Doan, Swea City, Cresco, Union and Titonka Woman's Clubs. The meeting closed with the Club Collect being given by Ruth Patterson. A Silver Coffee Girl Scout Panelists The Algona Girl Scouts shown here haye been presenting a panel discussion program, dealing with National Girl 1 Scout Week, Mar. 12-18, for local'service organizations and on radio 'recently. They are, left to right, Linda Percival, Sharon Gardner, Diane. Smith. Sherri Baker, Dixie Dallman and Ann Taylor. There are a' total of 30 Girl Scout troops, including five senior, 12 intermediate and 13 Brownie, with a total of 374 members, in Algona at -the present time. There are 30 leaders and 28 co-leaders who supervise the troops without pay. Members of the Executive Committee for Girl Scouts here are Mrs. David Smith, chairman, Mrs. John Hopkins, vice chairman, and publicity, Mrs. Richard Norton and Mrs. Leo Gardner, organization, Mrs. Les Kenyon, secretary, Mrs. W. C: McDougall, treasurer, Mrs. Allen Wagner, chairman of leaders, Mrs. Walter Peterson, program chairman, Mrs. Rex Taylor, camp chairman, Mrs. A. F. Agena, training chairman, arid Mrs. D. K. Chiquet, registration chairman. In conjunction with Girl Scout Week, 188 local Brownie Scouts are conducting their annual cookie sale this week. Mrs. A. F. Agena is chairman of the drive. Funds raised are used to defray expenses for supplies, crafts and in some cases, day camp. The sale will continue through Saturday, Mar. 18. (Girl Scout Photo-UDM Engraving) was served by the Lutheran Ladies Aid. . V- ;..'-• <!•-' .:,»», t St. Patrick Is Meeting Theme At Whiffemore Whiltemore — A St. Patrick's Day program featured the March meeting of Catholic Daughters of America held in the Academy hall Thursday evening, Mar, 9, The meeting fallowed a potluck supper, which Was in charge of the following committee, heads: Loretta Fandel and Emeline Farrell, Catherine Schuller, Caroline Capesius, Gwen Johnson, Marguerite Kollasch, Edna Waldschmit, Anna filbert; Kathrine Enpelding, Bernadine Gappa, Evelyn Winkel • and Lucile Mienke. Th2 program featured a mother-daughter group, composed of Theresa Hyink and Rosalie, Mrs. Eileen Nurre and Carol and Mrs. Byrl Bisenius. They sang a group of Irish songs accompanied by the Ol'rt'onfcJ. FVpnpps O'Bl'iPI. A St, Patrick's Day Wish was given by the lecturer, Loretta Hutlor. A seminar of the life of St. Patrick was given by the study club, Alice Foley, Marguerite Kollasch, Loretta Fandel, Caroline Elbert and Audrey Morman. The winning poems from the Poetry Contest were read by Loretta Fandel and Audery Mor- rp"*-> During the business meeting, pivs.ueu over by Rita Derner, pran-d regent, Marcella Fandel, district deputy, gave a report. Members voted to-give $15 for the C.D.A. feature in the Globe. Plans were made for the April meeting. Members are asked to bring articles or gifts of money for the layette, which will be given to charity. Esther Walters will head the trustees which will be in charge of the project. Mrs Caroline Elbert won the door prize and games were played after the meeting. Winners of the poetry contest sponsored by the C.D.A. for stu- dents of St.. Michael's school grades 4 to 6, first, $3, Nora Nurre second, $2, Michael Mosbach; 3rd', $1, Becky Bormann. Honorable mention, Rae Ann'Kollasch, Judy Besch and Ann Loebach. Grade 7 and 8, first $3, Sharon Ludwig; Second, $2, Linda Adams; Third, $1, Anita Nurre.-Honorable mention, Ann Mergen and Rachael Capesius, LuVerne Church Holds Banquet On Anniversary LuVerne — About 120 were in attendance at the Anniversary Banquet Thursday qveningvin the h ?ooms 'of 'the LuVerne' Methodist church. The baked ham dinner was served by the boys of the youth fellowship..'. 1 The toastmaster, Elden Guess, was in charge of the .prosram. Invocation, Rev. Worthie Usher, who also led group singing. Margaret Raber gave a reading. Mrs Ray Stone organist, accompanied the nixed double quartet, Mrs Bert Ramus. Mrs Worthie. Usher, Mrs Harold.Wolf, Mrs .Ben Hefty, Allen Blake, Rev. Usher, William Prior and Le Roy Weber who sang. ' . ' . ', The couple rh'osen for "This Is Your Life" were 'Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty. Music Mothers Met The postponed' Music Mothers meeting was held Friday evening in the school with the president, Mrs Thees .Schnakenberg, presiding. • The laundered collars for the choir robes and. twenty-five tea towels were turned Jn. The club recently purchased a sizzling cymbal for ( the hand. It was voted to continue serving lunches and coffee at the home basketball games in 1961-62. Election of officers to be held at the April 12 meeting with Mrs A}len Darby, chairman of the nominating committee.- Post-Nuptial Shower • Mrs Robert Lee Marty of Austin, Minn., was the honored guest at a post-nuptial shower in the Ev. United Brethren church Sunday, with 35 sharing the courtesy. Hostesses were Mrs Edwin Marty and Mrs Henry Kubly, assisted by Mrs Curtis Morgan, Mrs John Zimmerman, Mrs Sylvester Brace, Mrs Lester, Smith. Mrs Edward H. Dehnert was in charge of an informal program. She gave two readings and a vo- cnl duet by Sharon Helflfcel. Assisting the bride in opening her-gifts' were Mrs Eidon'Mttfty and Jo Ann and Mrs Judean Weltha and Paula. At the serving table Mrs Elmer Kubly poured. Out of town guests included Mrs fildon Marty and JoAnn of Walt' ham, Minn., Mrs Judean Weltha and Paula of Randall, Mrs Hollis Wilson of Waterloo, Mrs Wayne Smith of Clear Lake, Mrs Peter Ruberg of Fort Dodge and Mrs Rose Hefty of Renwick. Harold Worby returned ' from a'ten day visit in Armsterdam, Mo., with his aunt Mrs Hattie Huber and other relatives. Henry Loerwald' was a weekend visitor With his son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Loerwald, in Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm, Robin and Rhonda of Thompson were week end visitors in the parental Albert Hefti home. Mr Helm .attended the girls basketball tournament in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Mr and Mrs Cyril Woodsen of Eagle Grove Were Sunday visitors of their daughter Mr and Mrs Ray Agard and Linda and Gary. Dr. and Mrs J. E. Schultz of Pella visited his mother Mrs Mary Schultz, Saturday and Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs Burnis Wilhelm of Manson returned Sunday from a week's trip to New Orleans, La. Burnis won the free trip by air as be placed fifth in (sales of Purina Feeds. Their children Mickey and Laurie stayed with the grandparents Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelm in LuVerne during the parent's absence. Mrs Norman Larson of Badger is a patient in Lutheran hospital' Fort Dodge,' suffering with rheumatic fever. Mrs Larson, farmer Joan Sanford, is the daughter of Mrs Jessie Sanford of LuVerne. Mrs Phil Henderson was at her home Sunday overnight. She has been staying in Algona to be near Mr Henderson, a medical patient at St. Ann hospital. She reports Phil is improving. Mrs Theresa Assing returned Thursday from a three Week visit in Tucson, Ariz, with, relatives. She was accompanied home by her sister Mrs Bertha Ramthun who will visit indefinitely with their sister in Rockwell City. Janet Cox, Mankato, Minn., Teachers college, was a week end visitor with her parents Mr and Mrs J. O. Cox. Guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs J. R. Hough, daughter Jolene nnd Janet Pringle of Plover. Mrs Martha Schneider returned Sunday from her trip to Reno, Nevada and Los Angeles, Calif., visiting her grandsons in Reno and granddaughters In Los An* geles and their families. Mrs Clif Richardson under* went major surgery Saturday at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. The Lu'Verne Community school band presented a program of classical music at the school auditorium Sunday afternoon under the direction of Peter Farmakis. A slumber party in the Henry Marty home Friday night, with Marie Kay Marty as hostess, honored the senior girls of her class of the LuVerne Community school. Guests were Kathy Hanselman, Diane Groh, Karen Nelson, Carolyn Larson, Lonoro Frost, Joyce Meyer, Margean Merkle, Bonnie Bristow. Mrs Loyd Larson was hostess to the J. J. club Friday with 11 members present. Guests were Mrs Alfred Smith and Mrs Edward H. Dehnert. The lesson was in charge of Mrs Hugh Shirk. She presented Mrs Dehnert, who showed slides of their recent stay in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Saturday overnight guests of the Phil Lichtys were Mr and Mrs Richard Wermersen family of Sioux Falls, S. D. His mother, Mrs Lichty, returned after a two week visit there. . ST. JOE By' Mrs Syl Wagner The last of the series of card parties was held Sunday evening in St. Joseph's hall with groups 10, 11 and 12 with Mrs. Joe Sinn- well, Mrs. Harold 1 Reding and Mrs. Peter Becker, chairman, in charge of arafngements. High prizes. were awarded to Mra Ernest Berte and Alvin Klein with Mrs Walter Frelinger and E. M. Gales receiving second high. Mrs E. J. Gales received the door prize. Mr and Mrs Maurice Laubcn- thai are parents of a son born Mar. 11 in the Britt hospital. This makes three girls nnd a boy in the Laubepthal family. Mr nnd Mrs. Mike Bormann and Mr. and Mrs Andrew Laubenthal, all of Algona, formerly from the St. Joe community, are grandparents. Kelly Jo McKeown, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom McKeown, was baptized in St. Joseph's Church Sunday by Rev. P. B. Murphy. Mr and Mrs Joe Straub of Algona were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Tom McKeown were sponsors on Sunday for Peter Francis Straub, infant son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Straub, bptized Sun. in St. Cecelia's at. Algona, Kelly Jo McKeown and Peter Francis Straub were born Mar. 3 and their mothers wcrp roommates at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte are vacationing in southern states for several weeks. NFO Bargaining Committees Are Named Recently A National Farmers Organization bargaining committee election was held Feb. 25 at Van's Cafe here. The following committees were named: Grain — Ed Long, Algona, chairman, Lester Fuchsen, Whittemore, Ernest M. Gales, Livermore, Phil Studer, Corwith, and Franklin Koons, Swea City; meat — Don McCarthy, St. Benedict, chairman, Roy Harig, LuVerne, \CHAMP1ON TIRES Every new Firettone tin i* GUARANTEED 1. Against dofeeti in workmanship and material* for the life ot the original tread. 2. Against normal road hazards (except repairable punctures) encountered in everyday passenger or, use tar the number of month* specified. Repairs "*•-••• ?*~—- remacen repu Mr of L. . nude without charge, i tread ate prorated on I wear and based on list prices current at ft* 1 *^ of 12-Month Road Hazard Guarantee j 6.70-15 Bliel Tube-Type Riyol Plu* tax and tire off your ear REGARDLESS OF CONDITION JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel Algbna, la. Thursday, March 16, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 Bob Simons, Whiltemoro, Joe Bauer, Swea City, and Cecil Sykcs, Swea City; and dairy —• Ray Steven, Corwith, F. W. Shcirbon, Burt, Ed Eischcn, Lu- Verne, George Boehm, Buffalo Center, and George HobsehcidtJ LuVerne. The election was held a little more than two weeks prior to the 10-county meeting hero Mnr. 9. STILL TEACHES Mr W. J. Lindsey of Millersburg recently celebrated hisC 92nd birthday. He teaches a Sun- clay school class of "old men 1 ' ranging in ages from 45 to over; 80. He farmed and taught-school* for 60 years and has been teaching Sunday school "always", he^ snys. Now you can save money on your seed corn without settling for less than PIONEER performance. Ask about the new Pioneer Quantity Savings Plan ORDER YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley .-- Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Ted Hoover, Sr Algona Henry Schroeder Lone Rock Eugene Kollasch _-•_.. Bode Walter Vaudt Whittemora Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mqr. 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