The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1966 · Page 4
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St. Joe C.D.A. Will Serve Fathers, Sons ST. JOE - C. D. A. met Feb. 9 at 7:30 p. m. in St. Joseph's school hall with Grand Regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. Mrs. Tom Reising was elected treasurer, replacing Mrs. Albert Thilges. Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs. Marvin Reding were elected delegate and alternate to the State Convention in Sioux City April 22-24. Two layettes are to be completed and sent to the State Convention with the charity committee., Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Donald Reding, Mrs. Wm. B. Devine and Margaret Reidmiller in charge. Mrs. Ed McGuire will continue as courtesy chairman through February, March and April. Mrs. Adeline Wagner reported on courtesys for the past month. The National and State C. D. A. Questionnaire will be filled out Monday evening at the home of Mrs. N. J. Weydert with the officers and committee chairmen in charge. The annual Iowa C. D. A. Shrine Tour committee has completed plans for the pilgrimage to the Shrine Anne deBeaupre in Canada and other scenic places of interest on the way to New York and Canada. Should anyone be in- f • ested, further information can obtained from the grand regent. Promotion of good literature and movies was stressed and the study of the new liturgy was suggested. Lecturer Mrs. David McGuire spoke on "Saints of Today." At the March meeting a film on America, the Land we Love, will be shown and bandages sewn and rolled are to be brought. The annual Father-Son banquet will be held March 16, with a C. D. A. committee in charge of arrangements. Following the business meeting and lunch, 500 was played, with Mrs. M. T. McGuire and Mrs. Art Zeimet receiving high and second high prizes. Mrs. Anton Becker received plate prize. Next meeting will be March 9, with Mrs. Peter Becker, Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mrs. Alphonse Berte and Lucille Dig the committee in charge. - o - Mrs. Ralph Reding entertained R-Nu 500 club Tuesday with Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Tony Weydert and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving prizes. Mrs. Ed Bormann entertains the club at their next social afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte returned home Monday from a 3-week vacation to Brownsville, Tex. Mrs. Tom Reising is employed at the Municipal Utilities office in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding drove to Jefferson, So. Dak. Thursday to the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine and from there accompanied them to Colorado Springs, Colo, to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gidley. Mrs. Gidley is the former Diane Reding, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Reding, Herman Plathe and his son, Mr. and Mrs. Milford plathe and family, exchanged homes and Thursday, with friends and relatives assisting, the move was made. Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Virgil and sandy spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Wagner's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ahln Erpelding and family, St. Joe, Minn. 41st wedding anniversary LU VERNE-4ir. and Mrs. Carl Pergande were hosts tor Sunday dinner in their home tor their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Pergande and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Casey and family. The Carl Pen were celebrating their 41st wedding anniversary. Afternoon callers were another son, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pergande of Kan- Mr, and Mrs. William Goetsch were Sunday evening guests for a wscs family pot-lock dinner for Women's Society of Christian Service at Rutland. Mrs. Goetsch was cuest speaker and she shov- ed tlitef of wotttrt of Hottt Iowa Conference who bar* gone into Christian focattoni. Canasta Clnb was held Thursday erening at the home of Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Receirlog high was Mrs. Lee Wittmeier. Mrs. Albert Schneider received low, Irvin Chapman and Cheyenne, of Ames, were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wllle. The Women's Society of Chris* Man Service had their Evening Star Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Allyn Brink. Mrs. James Mallory was In charge of the lesson and Mrs. LeRoy Weber was in charge of devotions. Kerry Joe Stripling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stripling, celebrated his 9th birthday, Wednesday, February 2. Guests hi his home were Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike, Mrs. Albert Schneider, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielson Jr. and family. Sunday guests in the Harold (Id.) Upper DM Moine* Tuetdoy, fcbniary 1$, 1966 Ristau home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Worby and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schipuil of Wes"Sess Lindebak entered the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday for X-ra/s. Mrs. Jerry Stllle returned Monday from the Brltt hospital after a 3-day stay. Joel Mueller and a classmate, Mark Paul, were week-end guest* of Joel's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Mueller. The boys attend Concordia Academy in St. Paul, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen. Jr., were hosts to their 500 Card Club Saturday evening. Receiving prizes were: high, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wambler; second high, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristau; and travel, Mrs. Merr brlstau. Mr. and Mrs. Merv Brltau and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy were guests. 72ND ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. George Lockwood of Larrabee, celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary on Feb. 7* George, 91 and his wife, Ruth, 90, were married in Spring township and are still active including putting in a large garden each year. On Tuesday ATTENTION AH Farmers YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR Appreciation Ham Days Tuesday, Feb. IS at WhiHemore Wednesday, Feb. f 6 al Hobarton from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. FREE Door Prizes FREE HAM SANDWICHES & COFFEE Free Hams One FARMBEST Canned Ham will be given FREE with each ton of Co-op or Golden Sun feed ; purchased on the above dates. Representatives from these companies will be here •Co-op Feeds •Golden Sun Feeds •Northrup King Seeds Whittemore Co-op Elevator Whitteraore Phone: 4111 WHITTEMORE, IOWA Hobarton Branch Phone: 295-5614

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