The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1971 · Page 3
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Funeral Services In Wesley For Geo. Weig WESLEY - Funeral services were held Monday morning, Mar. 22, In St. Joseph's Catholic church-for George Weig, 86, who died Saturday morning in the Hancock County Memorial hospital in Britt. Rev. John Brennan officiated at the requiem mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's cemetery. The Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The rosary was recited Sunday evening in the Blake Funeral parlors. Mr. Weig was born May 22, 1884, in Fort Dodge. He was married to Clara Puls, April 16; 1918, in Bird Island, Minn. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Florence at home; and Mrs. Alvina Fisch, Beloit, nl., two sons, Lawrence, Armstrong and George, Algona; and 11 grandchildren. - o > 10TH ANNIVERSARY Johnny Youngwirth's, owners and operators of Johnny's A.G. Market, celebrated their 10th anniversary Saturday by treating their many customers and friends to coffee, cookies and ham sandwiches and baloons for the youngsters. The transistor radio was won by Mrs. Ed Johnson, the rug by Robert Eden and the electric percolator by Mrs. Roland Heard. Many other prizes were won by persons being checked out when the alarm clock went off. The Youngwirths purchased the store from the G. M. Studers in March 1961. Mr. Youngwirth had operated the Robinson Produce in Corwith after his return from Army service in Germany. (Not G. M. Studer as was in the 1961 news in the last issue) His wife, the former Carol Goetz was teaching in the Corwith- Wesley school. - o - - WASHINGTON TRIP Ed Eisenbacher returned Tuesday March 16 from a two- week visit with a cousin, Olaf Holt and daughter, Ann at Tacoma, Wash. He spent three weeks at the home of his sister Jane and family the Ben Faurots in studio City, Calf. His nieces, Kay and Judy Hilbert, who are employed in Glendale, visited the Faurots and their house guest. Ed also visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer and daughter at Santa Susana, Calif. Eisenbacher relatives received word Sunday of the death of Herbert Wolf, 67, at West Bend, Wis. The deceased was the father of Father Harold Wolf of Milwaukee, Wise. - o - . - VISIT SOUTHWEST Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier returned recently from a two-month visit with relatives in a much warmer climate. They visited their daughter Alice and husband, Joseph Baciulis at Phoeniz, Ariz., and visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wingert, former Wesley area residents, and friends at Long Beach, Calif, and friends at San Diego and Yuma, Ariz. They traveled by bus. Before someone walks off wffli the house you want see us about your Home Mortgage needs. Don't let your dream home slip away. If you've got your heart set on a certain house, come talk • to our Home Mortgage expert now. He's got.,^1^.,.. '•• , the answers and knows how to work out the most- x '"' *' favorable financing. And he'll make sure you're walking into a sound investment. owa State Bank "Algeria's Home Owned & Locally Managed Bank" They spent the past weekend with another daughter and family, the Paul Schmitt's at Churdan. On Friday evening, they attended the Junior high class play "Plenty of Money". Their grandchildren, Tony and Kathy took part in the play. - o - - JOE GOETZ PARTY Joe Goetz was honored at a party Friday evening in Johnny's Opera House to celebrate his 69th birthday. Some 40 relatives and friends enjoyed an evening of 500, roller skating, basketball and other games. Winners in 500 were Mary Bode and Helen Johnson, Herman Bode and George Goetz. LeRoy Ricke copped the lucky prize. Lunch was served and a good time was held by all. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biegger of Des Moines attended her father's party. She brought two beautifully decorated cakes. The honoree received many gifts. - o - 4-H MEETING The regular meeting of the Wesley Wizards 4-H Club was held Saturday, March 13 at the George Lickteig home. There were sixteen members and one visitor LuAnn Davis present. Three leaders were present. The meeting was called to order by the president, Bessie Skow. Annette Olson gave a demonstration on "Different Forms of Milk and the Cost of Each". Mary Klein gave a demonstration on "How to Prevent a Hard Crust from forming on cooked pudding" Beth Shellenberg gave a demonstration on "Baked Potatoes". A very delicious lunch was served by Wendy Lickteig, host-: ess. Jane Larson, reporter. - o - IN HOSPITAL Mrs. Theresa Foertsch enter- . ed St. Ann Hospital, Algona, Thursday of last week for medical care. Her daughters, Sister Leon, who is housekeeper at the Bishop's residence in Milwaukee, Wise., and Sister Dorothea, who is housekeeper in St. Joseph's convent here, came Sunday night to visit her. - o - GOOD FRIDAY Good Friday services will be held in the Evangelical Free church Friday afternoon, April ,,v9/ : ., ...-: . •'"'•' J i: ' • --o- • '•'.'f.ii.ft The W.M. Society met at the Evangelical Free church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease were Sunday guests in the H. B. Raun home in Emmons, Minn. A group of ten close relatives helped Mrs. Raun celebrate her 80th birthday. They visited another sister, Mrs. M. T. Rye of ism fullbloom. March 29 thru April 10 Savings up to 33% Pantyhose a Stockings This Spring blossom anew with the beautiful loo of Kayser panty hose and stockings at savings of upT 33%. Be the loveliest flower of all with a little help from Kayser's many styles and colors, Save now, reg. $ 2 50 -3 00 -3 5 °fentyHose Now 3 pairs 5 95 6 pairs II 90 single pair M" rag.*1" Stockings Now 3 pairs Just say charge it... Emmons, who is now a resident in a nursing home in Lake Mills. Guests in the Andrew Reising rural hdme several days last week were his brother, Conrad Reising, and their sister, Mrs. Wilmer O'Tool and son Darrell of Carroll. Mr. add Mrs. G. M. Studer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ackerson and family, and Mrs. Vi61a Studer were Sunday dinner gtiests in the Bill Studer home in Algona. Mrs. Vi Dillon of Ft. Dodge was also a guest to the home of her daughter. They all attended the 12 o'clock mass in St. Cecelia's Catholic church id Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Studer's son Robbie receiv- eel his first Holy Communion at the mass. Sunday guests in the Andrew Reising home were her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Engel of Odebolt and, her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Boes of Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker were Wednesday March 24 guests in the home of their daughter and family, the Roger Doughans in Clarion. Tom Doughan was a member of the confirmation class in St. John's Catholic church. Mr. Becker was the sponsor for his grandson. Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim spent several days over the weekend at the Don Vogel home at Lohrville. On Friday evening they attended a Junior high play Thursday, March 25, 1971 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moin*,-3 "Plenty of Money". Two of the Vogel children took part in the play. Mrs. Meurer's grandchildren, Jan and Ron took part in the play. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig and family had as their Sunday dinner guests, her sister and family, the Leo Fuller's of Albert Lea, Minn., and cousins Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mahoney of Fort Dodge. The Fullers also called on their niece and family, the Kenneth Forburgers. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Olson attended a lumber convention in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. They just beat the snow storm to Wesley. Whittemore Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht went to Spencer Tuesday for a seed corn meeting. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Derner, Milford, Tuesday afternoon. TITONKA Mrs. Lina Sonnenberg, Betty Sonnenberg, Minneapolis, were Saturday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. RayBaade in honor of Randy Baade's 13th birthday. Romantic Spain! The very sound of the n.imo rin^s \vitb historic splendor and treasures of the arts. \Ye know you'll like the authentic Spanish interpretation Mersman designers have given to "Bravado", a most artistic family of tables. Simulated slate textured high pressure laminated tops are shown in this hrochure. however, all tables are also available with tops of Oak Veneer. The finish is a rich dark stained Oak. 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