Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1971 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 7, 1971
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Gallics' Plan 40th TITONKA - The 40th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Titonka will be observed with an open house Sunday, June 20 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Titonka United Methodist Church. No invitations are being sent, and the couple hopes their friends and relatives will join them for this occasion. They request no gifts, please. They were married June 8, 1931 at the Little Brown Church , at Nashua. The courtesy is being hosted by their children- Mr, and Mrs. Bill (Shirley) Amesbury, Titonka, Mr. anfl Mrs. James (Sharon) Engel, Columbus, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Ray (Carol) Burchett, Lincoln, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Dean (Darlene) Lust, Anchorage, Alaska. Ex-Wesley Girl Married In Garner WESLEY-Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Studer, formerly of Wesley, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lynda Jean, to Richard Briggs, which was held Saturday, June 5, at the St. Boniface Catholic Church in Garner. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors. - o Mrs. Marie Bleich and her daughter and family, the Jerry Gallaglys, Des Moines, were Memorial Day guests in the John Hauptman home. Mrs. Isabell Hildman and daughter, Ruth, and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hildman and children, Plymouth, is.; and'Mr. ate' Mfs. "Bud" Decker, Clear Lak'e, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Tillie Matz. Mrs. Ara Tabb, Corwith, and Frank Wesley, Eagle Grove, were afternoon callers. Raymond Walker a'nd his mother, Mrs. Annie Walker of Corwith, stopped briefly Memorial afternoon for a short visit with her brother, Lester Lease, and wife. Mrs. Walker has been a resident at the West View Nursing Home in Britt for two years and is seldom able to leave the home due to ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Olson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montoya and Ben spent'the Memorial Day weekend at Clear Lake. Marguerite Pfeffer of Des Moines left Wednesday for her home following several days visit with Mrs. ( Pauline Pfeffer. Mr. and Mrs. Will Laing and Jimmy, St. Paul, Minn., were guests of her mother, Mrs. Pfeffer, over the holiday weekend. Mrs. John Fieffei, Julia, Becky and Sarah, Ames, also were guests. '" [J Mrs! ' Doris' Aviden "and six children of Corwith were Monday guests of her mother, Mrs. Marie Weiland. The Orville Weilands were afternoon callers. Wesley Aux. Presents State Of Officers WESLEY - The American Legion held its regular monthly meeting June 1 in the American Legion hall with fourteen members in attendance. Rita Ricke, president, presided. County president, Marj (Bill) Goetz, Alice Froehlich, county secretary, and Jo Meurer attended the Kossuth county meeting which was held at Burt May 11. Mrs. Meurer reported on the election of county officers which was held that day. Rose Hansen, Lone Rock, was elected president; Teresa Hyink, Whittemore, vice president; Julia Ann Jackson, Lone Rock, secretary; Betty Fisher, Algona, treasurer; and Margaret Wolf, Bancroft, chaplain. The unit had sent $5 to the Knoxville picnic fund. A sum of $39.95 was realized from the poppy sale held recently. Poppy bouquets which were made by members of the Auxiliary were presented to St. Joseph's Catholic Church, the United Methodist Church and the Evangelical Free Church in Wesley, and to the Catholic Church in St. Benedict. The nominating committee, Agnes Steven and Marj (Bill) Goetz, presented a slate of officers for the coming year. They are Rita Ricke, president; Agnes Steven, vice president; Delores Madsen, secretary; Mildred (Mark) Studer, treasurer; Martha Grandgenett, historian; Clara Goetz, sergeant-at-arms; Alice Hill, chaplain; Rita Youngwirth, Eileen Johnson and Colleen Studer, trustees. Five hundred was played with Rita Youngwirth and Josie Lickteig high and low score winners. Matilda Goetz and Lorraine Goetz were hostesses. Installation of officers will be held at the July 6 meeting. - o - ROUND-ROBIN WINNERS Mrs. Bernice Vitzthum and Mrs. Mary Weber were high scorers in the Round-Robin contract bridge games that were played from October through April. Mrs. Justine Becker and Mrs. Felice Hilbert were second . high scorers,,. Mr$ t ,Mildre,d Arn- dbrfer was chairman and Mrs. Jo Meurer will be chairman of the next session which will begin this fall. MOVE TO WESLEY Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ricke and Dawn moved to Wesley recently from Morris, HI. They will occupy the house on the Joe Penning farm northeast of Wesley. The Pennings purchased the farm from Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz several years ago. Mr. Ricke began work Tuesday in the LOSS Hardware store. Mrs. Ricke is the former Connie Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. jack Lickteig. - o- NEW YORK TRIP Mrs. LeRoy Ricke returned May 29 from a trip to New York. She had accompanied their son, Michael, by car May 20 to New York where he is now employed oy the Union Telegraph Co. Another son, Bill, his wife and two children live in New York. Mrs. Ricke also visited Gail Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kollasch, who is also employed in the city. Mrs. Ricke returned by plane. - o- LICKTEIG SHOWER Becky Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lickteig, will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's parish hall Monday evening, June 7, at 7:30 p.m. Miss Lickteig will marry Brian LaBarre of Algona June 25. - o- AT FUNERAL Mrs. Marjorie Hemmingsen accompanied her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wilson of Belmond , and another daughter, Mrs. Lee Hildebrand, Britt, to Newell where they attended the funeral of Axel Hemmingsen, a brother of the late Harold Hemmingsen, Friday, May 28. - o- Mrs. Mary Erickson has had her trailer house moved from Albert Lea, Minn, onto the lots in the west part of town where her old house was burned down several weeks ago. Her three sons will occupy the large, three- bedroom house. John and Dick Erickson are employed by the Michaelson Truck Line. Robert recently graduated from the Corwith-Wesley Community School. A large group of relatives spent the Memorial Day weekend at the Wilfred Loebig home and with other relatives in this area. The Loebig*s son, Dave, and wife of Iowa City were at his parental home. Col. Gordon L^bi^a^f^ily Colorado Springs/tcolo., are spending several weeks with relatives. ', Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ricke, Morgan, Minn., and Richard Ricke, Grand Meadow, Minn., were Memorial Day weekend guests in the George Ricke home. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ricke and Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Poppe, at Clarksville. Guests in the Geo. Ricke home May 31 were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stuflick, Gary, Lois and Randy, St. Benedict; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hateleli, Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Delgato, Hollandale, Minn., and Becky Brandow, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Arndorfer, Cedar Rapids, and his sister, Sister vicki of Waterloo, were holiday weekend guests in the parental Len Arndorfer home. They all attended the Twins- Baltimore baseball game in Minneapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Studer, Des Moines, their daughter, Muriel and her son, Gregory, of Ankeny, and a second daughter, REWARD! $1000 FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO IDENTITY OF INDIVIDUALS ORIGINATING MALICIOUS AND FALSE RUMORS REGARDING OUR ALLEGED CONNECTION WITH ILLICIT SALE OF DRUGS. $5000 FOR ARREST AND CONVICTION OF ANY PARTIES FOUND GUILTY OF SPREADING LIBELOUS SLANDER $500 FOR COPY 0 F ANY ARTICLE ALLEGEDLY PUBLISHED IN ANY NEWSPAPER CONNECTING US TO SUCH DRUG OFFENSES. The Spreading Of These Vicious Rumors Has Reached The Point Where We Feel We Must Do Something To Protect Ourselves From These Falsehoods. Phil Diamond Dutch Honsbruch * John Levy Karla, Kanawha, visited in the Lester Lease home May 30. They had left memorials in the Evergreen Cemetery honoring their late parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer. Dr. R. E. Jongewaard, Lou Simpson, Joe Goetz and Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth returned Tuesday evening from a fishing trip of several days into Canada. Mrs. Urban Lickteig took their daughter, Mary, to Eagle Grove Tuesday where she entered the Eagle Grove commercial school for the summer session and probably the next year session. The urban Lickteigs are building a double garage at their home in the west part of town. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer conducted the C.D.A. installation of officers in Court St. Cecelia in Algona Tuesday evening. Mrs. Arndorfer is a C.D.A. district deputy. Mrs. Minnie Bleich assisted as monitor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yohn of Bloomington, Minn, were holi- day weekend guests in her parental Mrs. Mae Garman home. Another daughter, Mrs. Francis Pierce and husband of rural Wesley, were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Garman and John. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lapitz, .. Britt, called on Mrs. Emma Martinek Tuesday evening. Mrs. George Seaberg, Mrs. Dwight Seaberg, Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mrs. Ronald Folkerts and Mrs. Henry Van Hove were callers in the Robert Van Hove home near Buffalo Center May 21. The occasion was in honor of Judy Van Hove's birthday. Sunday, May 30, callers in the Frank Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeill and Ted, Spirit Lake. The McNeills attended the reception that day in the Tony Pearson home honoring Mike Pearson who had graduated from Westmar College in LeMars. Other callers in the Johnson home we^e Wallace Donovan, Britt, and Leonard Wilson. Kostuth County Advance — 3 Monday, Jun« 7, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson had as their Friday guests Mrs. Greta ostercatnp, Britt, and her house guests, her sister, Mrs. Rose Benner, and her brother, Rolf Goodnow and son of California. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lickteig and family, Agency, la., were Memorial Day weekend guests in his parental Louis Lickteig home. They all were Sunday picnic dinner guests in the Albert Lickteig home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lickteig and family joined them for the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Gary, Akron, Ohio, came May 29 for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Laura Richter, and other relatives. Mr. Gary accompanied his brother, Tom Gary of Bancroft, on a few day's fishing in northern Minnesota. READ THE WANT ADSI J Presents: f r A Special Purchase Sale Fresh "Wett?" Merchandise Especially Purchased For This Event ... Every Garment Made of Easy-Care, Machine Washable, Summer Weight Fabric ... Select Yours From ... • Short Sleeve Solid and Print Shifts ... • Short Sleeve Solid and Print Hot Pant Jumpsuits ... • Sleeveless Solid and Print Pantshit'ts ... YOUR CHOICE $ 7.00 , JUST SA V "CHARGE iT'l SIZES 8 to 18

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