Wesley girl will serve at Texas mission Wttley — Lay Apostolate Helen Lickteig, daughter of Albert Lickteig and the late Rose Lickteig, left July 31 for San Antonio, Texas, for a three weeks training session as an Extension Lay Volunteer and will proceed from there to her mission in Nixon, Texas, where she will work as a parish worker. Miss Lickteig received her mission cross and a copy of the New Testament at a departure ceremony during the 10 o'clock solemn high mass, celebrated by Rev. Dominic Lickteig in St, Joseph's Catholic 24. church July She is a graduate of Garrigan high school and has been work ing for the past six weeks as a summer volunteer in Sioux City. Previously she had been employed at the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. in Britt. ALOQNA (Iowa) ADVANCI-S THURSDAY, AUO. 4,1f44 Wallace Donovans, Spirit Lake, called at Frank Johnson's one day last week. The Fred Bohns were Sunday guests at Walter Welch's, At goiia. The boy born to the Bill Rockwoods July 24 was bap- ized David Allen in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday jy Father Phillips. The Henry Sellers, Mason City, were sponsors and were guests of the Elockwoods. Other guests were the maternal grandparents, the Herman Thilges, Algona, paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Rockwood, and Mrs. Mag Bleich of Wesley; the Harley Wills, Kansas City; Frank PiekarsMs, Whittemore, and Mrs. Pearl filbert, Spencer. A Hauptly-Orthel reunion was held Sunday in Wesleyans who the city park, attended were CHURCH SPEAKERS W.S.C.S. met at the Methodist church Wednesday with Corrine Gabrielson, Vinnie Layman, Esther Schroeder and Marie Weiland hostesses. Emma Wise had the lesson and Ella Eden the devotion. The pastor, Rev. Frank Considine family, Corwith, left this week on a b-weeks vacation Allen Blake of LuVerne will fill the pulpit Aug. 7; Rev. Milton Vogel of Des Moines, Aug. 14; and Dr. Carl Hempstead, Mt. Vernon, Aug. 21. There will be no Sunday school during Aug ust. LARSON REUNION The Lester Larsons and Arvin Larsons attended a Larson reunion at Northfield, Minn., Sunday. The group of more than 50 spent the afternoon at N. E Quam's. The Arvin Larsons mat the Gene Mowers, Chippawa Falls, at Afton, Minn, for a pic nic. The Larson daughters, Barbara, Diane, Danna and Jane went home with their uncle and with another aunt, Mrs. Geo Dingman. They will return by train. GOETZ REUNION The Lee Goetzes, Joe Goetzes Gco. Goetzes and Mrs. Helen .Johnson attended a Goetz reunion in the Lourdes Catholic church h*ll in Elma Sunday. Others who attended include the Lou Goetzes, Britt, Mrs. Stella Hauptman, of Charles City, and Mrs. Loretta Lloyd, Mason City, the Mike Goetzes, Sargeant, Minn. All are descendants of the late Frank Goetzes of Elma. the Lawrence and Bill Koppens, Bill Hauptlys, Ernest, Katherine, Ann and Louise Hauptly. Margaret Otis, Ames, spent the weekend at the parental Edmund Otis's. The Albert Lickteigs had as Sunday picnic guests, his folks, the Lou Lickteigs, and their louse guests Agnes Lickteig and Airs. Cecelia Kratzberg, Greeley, Can., and Sister Catherine, Pala, Kan., and the Tom and Hugh Lickteigs. The Kansas people left Tuesday. They had come or the golden wedding. Mrs. Esther Skow, Boone, vis- ted the Frank Johnsons, Fred Benteles, Mrs. Selma Carlson and others Monday. The Calvin Meineckes, Jefferson, spent last week at the par- ntal N. F. Weber's. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, Judy, Becky, Margaret and Connie, attended a birthday party at Will Duffy's, Algona, Saturday for the 6th birthday of Jody Duffy. Judy Hilbert left Sunday by train from Perry for Denver, Colo., where she is employed by the Forrest Oil Co. She had spent two weeks at the parental Norbert Hiibart's. Saturday guests at John Muehe's were the. Roy Born- holts and Mrs. Bill Klein, Fairhope, Ala., the Art Kleins, Sexton, and Mrs. Anna Cink. The Harry Kaisers, Sutherland, spent Friday with the Will Mar- tineks. The women are sisters. The Paul Engens have a grandson born Friday at Park hospital, Mason City, to the (Carrie) Glen Johnsons, Algona. The baby was born by ceaescran sec- don. ,...;,,,..;', . . .. , „ The Bill Goetzes, Merle Rdfr mussens, Larry Grandganetts and Alvin Becker attended the HAS 89th BIRTHDAY Anna and Ethel Flom had as Friday guests, the E. M. Paul- sons, Mrs. Mary Peters and Mrs. A. C. Dischcr for the 89th birthday of Mrs. Paulson. Mrs. Al Wagner had as Sunday guests the Herbert Missals and I). Laine and Mrs. Alma Steenhard, Britt, Fred Missal, Garner, and Mrs. Esther Boening, Pittsburg, Pcnn. They had a picnic at the city park. John Smith 70, a Wesley area farmer, died Sunday morning at the Britt hospital of cancer. Rev. Robert Erlandson, Spencer, filled the pulpit at the Evangelical Free church Sunday. August 7 Dean Nelson, a representative of the American Sunday school, will fill the pulpit. His wife is the former Darlene Woogle, of the Upper Flat parish. Bernard Erdman, Cedar Rapids, visited his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman Friday. The Stan Johnsons, Cool Springs, Minn., were Friday guests at G. M. Studer's. Mrs. Ron Stroup, Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental A. C. Discher's. Jerry Discher is stationed at Ft. Irwin, Calif., an army camp. Tom Otis, son of the Edmund Otises, Bob Ricke, son of the George Rickes, and Wayne Arndorfer left Saturday with the National Guard of Algona for two weks at Camp Ripley, Minn. The Chas. Nygaards visited his uncle Andrew Nygaard, a pa tient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday. The Nygaards went to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Wednesday for their son Chris, who has attended the National Guard camp for two months. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer returned Sunday after a week with relatives. At Traer she visited her father, R. P. Young, and her brother, Robert Young. At Iowa City she visited her son Paul, and at Ames she visited her son John. The Roy Clarks, Britt and Herman, Bodes were Sunday callers at Herman Studer's. The Frank Johnsons and Hal vor Flams visited the Wallace Donovans at Spirit Lake Sunday. The Axel Carlsons, Burt and annual state Legion convention in Des Moines Sunday to Tuesday. Mr. Goetz is 8th district commander. 40th wedding is observed by Titonkians Titonka — The Vincent Heif- ners were honored for their 40th wedding July 24 with open house at the schoolhouse. Hosts were their children, and 134 guests registered. A program was given early in the afternoon,. Virgil Heifner presided. Rev. Wetzig, Buffalo Center, Mrs. Ray Milbrant and the children and grandchildren took part in the program. A letter was read from Mrs. Heifner's uncle, Arvid Carlson, Alexander, Minn., who was unable to attend. At the guest book were the Carrol Heifners, and the Cecil Heifners were at the gift table. Mrs. Gerald Heifner and Mrs. Alvin Hopkes cut the cake, and Mrs. Virgil Heifner and Mrs. Robert Heifner poured. Vincent Heifner, Titonka, and Ivy Carlson, Wesley, were married Aug. 2, 1926, at the Swea City Methodist parsonage by the Rev E. E, Benn, former Methodist minister at Wesley. Attendants were Mrs. Ed Zwiefel and the late Ed Zwiefel. Guests were from Buffalo Center, Woden, Lone Rock, Es- therviUe, Wesley, Klemme, Fenton, Bancroft, Dows and Perry; also Doran and Foxhome, Minn., and Rosholt, S. D. The Heifner family includes Jerald, Estherville; Carrol and Cecil, Buffalo Center; Virgil, of Woden; Robert, Lone Rock; Ruby, Mrs. Alvin Hopkes, Titonka; and there are 16 grandchildren. Edgar Heifner, Doran, Minn., was a Saturday visitor at L. C. Hedfner's. Gracie Heifner and her cousin, Mrs. Harold Denny, Des Moines, visited the Heifners Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. Alice Sartor, formerly of Charles City, visited her sister Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher Sunday, enroute to Arizona where she plans to live. 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