The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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«.,, ,:rf*»--. 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei Thursday, March 10, 1966 Ai£gjm UPfrgft 6ET Auxiliary At Wesley Makes Shoes And Bibs BEN REID, 85 Bonita and Zelda Reid entertained at an evening party March 2 for. their father, Ben Reid, whose eighty-fifth anniversary was being observed. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vlgdal, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid and Tom Reid. " - o- CLUBj MEETINGS Mrs. John Dutton was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Dutton is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening. Mrs. L. R. Kees is entertaining her knit and sew club Wednesday. - o CARD" CLUB Mrs. Harold Roth entertained her card club last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Milton Dahl was a guest. - o - BIBLE SCHOOL The Christian Education Committee of the Presbyterian church met at 7:30 p. m., March 7 to make preliminary plans for vacation Bible School. - o - RUTH CIRCLE Presbyterian Ruth circle meets this evening, March 8. Hostesses are Mrs. Stanley Sorenson and Mrs. Robert Pingel. Program and devotions will be given by Mrs. Galen DeValois and Mrs. Robert Hardy, respectively. - o- FAMILY DINNER A family dinner was held last Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Runcheys for their son, Robert, who has been attending Junior College at Mason City. He has been called to service, but the exact time has not been set, though March 20 has been in- timate'd. other guests7were"^Mr." and Mrs. William RuncheyVand' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne smith. - o- M-D CLUB Cresco Mother-Daughter Club will meet March 9 at the Cliff Teeter home with Nellie Bosworth, assisting hostess and there will be a white elephant gift exchange. LENTEN BREAKFASTS Methodist Youth Lenten prayer breakfasts are served each Wednesday at 7:30 in the Fireside Room. Theme is "Making Rellgon Real," with Rev. Newton Coughenour as leader. March 9, the fathers will be guests. Hostesses will be Mrs. Max Bartholomew, Mrs. Everett Barr and Mrs. John Schutter. - o- PLAN DINNER C. D. A. will meet March 10, with dinner at 6:30 p. m. Marcella carman and Irene Nitchals are chairladies, with the following assisting, Margaret Arend, Susan Behr, Paulette Bradley, Alice Condon, Marie Ewen, Barbara Goodman, Leonilla Hamilton, Arlene Heller, Frances Holtzbauer, Eunice Kinsman, Josephine Kunkel, Helen Lickteig, Ruth McMahon, Pearl Molacek, Sheila Reding, Rose Scanlon, Jean Shey, Nina Steinman, Theresa Thilges, Anna Wagner andLuella Wolf. The annual C. D. A. smorgasbord will be held March 13, serving time from 3 to 7 p. m. LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Francis Bunting had as guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ken Olson, Clarence Meyer and Anna wilking of Courtland, Minn. MR. AND MRS. E. L. Garbett were recent dinner guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Stegman, Emmetsburg, to celebrate the Stegman's llth wedding anniversary. EMIL LOVSTAD returned to the University hospital at Iowa City for a check-up and possible further surgery. MR. AND MRS. RobertSigsbee have had as guest a few days the tetter's mother, Mrs. Adolph Bruellman, West Bend, shecon- ,,, eluded the visit Saturday. LYRIC WRITER Helen Stacy, an attractive farm wife and mother of seven children living near Riverton, has seen her name on the fron sheet of 15 different songs. Mrs. Stacy has been writing song lyrics for some time and has had several recorded by singers. WESLEY - American Legion Auxiliary held their regular monthly meeting March 2 with 20 members present. They voted to give $5 to the library for their community service project. A book, "Know your America,'" was given to the library and one to each of the two schools. They also voted to give $5 to the supply shelf in Des Molnes. It was reported that 31 pairs of bed shoes and 12 bibs had been made and sent to Veteran's hospitals. 43 eyeglasses and lens had been sent to headquarters for "Eyes for the Needy." More bed shoes and bibs have been cut out and are to be sewed by members. A report on the county Auxiliary meeting held at Fenton Feb. 8, was given by the six members who attended. They were Jo Meurer, Helen Johnson, Clara Goetz, Clara Hauptman and Myrtle Lease. 500 was played. Clara Goetz and Helen Youngwirth were prize winners. Rita Youngwirthsname was drawn for door prize. Anna Mae and Lucille Hirner were on entertainment committee. Myrtle Lease and Viola Studer served lunch. - o - Many Wesleyans attended the funeral of Mrs. Clara Kent, 79, at Garner, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Kent is survived by three daughters. Alex, 14 month old son of the Harold Eischens, entered Mercy hospital, Mason city, Feb. 21 for medical treatment of bronchial asthma. Mrs. Eischen has been there with her son and stays part time with her great aunt, Mrs. Julia McCorkle. Mrs. Eischen and son were expected home over the weekend. Mrs. Anna Eischen of St. Benedict spent a few days at the home of her son. Norma Pfeffer has been helping out at the home of her uncle and aunt lately. The Easter dance on April 11, sponsored by St. Joseph's Guild will be held at the ballroom in Duncan instead of at the Surf as was'reported recently. Circles 6-7-8-9-10 are in charge' of arrangements and ticket sales. . St. Joseph's guild will meet March 15 in the parish hall. Circle 2 will serve. The members of the circle include Mesdames Harold Weber, Merle Loss, Kenneth Haverly, Al Loebig, Leo Hanig, Lael Root, You find the bride... You choose the lot... You pick out the plan... We'll help you with your financing! Throughout the U.S., Insured Savings and Loan Associations like ours help more people own homes than all other financial institutions combined. If you plan to build or buy, why don't you and your wife let us help you. INSURED; Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured la $10,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured UD to $10.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington D. C. ••:, --' August'.Garman, Sara-Rffney, Everett Ackerson, Franklin Bode, Anna Mae Hirner, Mike Vitzthum, Tillie Matz, Ray Kollasch, Frank Bleich, George Weig, Lawrence Koppen, John Richter, Francis Pfeffer Russell Fisher, Karen Haverly, and George Ricke. Circle 3 of the guild cleaned the church Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steven were Feb. 27 dinner guests in the Wendell Steven home in Laurens. Dan Lewis of Casper, Wyoming was a dinner guest at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Bill Koppen and family, Feb. 28. „ Mr. and Mrs, Tom BeckeJip have made frequent visits to Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, to see their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Martin Becker, who has been a patient there since the birth of their first child, Feb. 23. The infant lived 12 hours. The young Mrs. Becker Is the former Mary Gillingham, daughter of Mrs. Robert Gillingham of Algona. The annual kindergarten round-up will be held at the Wesley public school building March 15 at 10 a, m. and at Corwlth that day at 1 p. m. '"'Mrs. Veva Leas'eTntere Samaritan Home in Algona Feb. 28. She had been a patient in the Britt hospital several days. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom were Feb. 27 dinner guests in the Mark Studer home in honor of Mrs. Flom's birthday. . A supper will be served to the public in the Methodist church parlors March 17, beginning at 5:00. W. S. C. S. met in the Methodist church parlors March 3. Mrs. Chloie Simpson has purchased a home in Brltt and will get possession and move about % D •-•.,„ if ' March 15**** • Feb. 27 guests in the parental Mrs. Justine Becker home in honor of her birthday were Mrs. Greg Augustine of Cresco, who stayed for a few days visit; the Harold Beckers, Algona; Pat Baumans and Arnold Kollaschs of Whittemorej Vernon Bertes and Don Redings, St. Joe; Allen Vaskes, Bancroft; Ray Brckes, Forest City, and Alvin Beckers, Wesley. Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Augustine visited the former's brother, Nick Bormann and family at Livermore Feb. 28. Mrs. Leonard Arr/lorfer en- . tertained her contract bridge club March 2. Mrs. Justine Becker will entertain the group March, 16. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her Auction bridge club March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vestrrffc left Thursday for several weeks in western states. The planned to visit Mrs. Vestrum's daughter, Diane Robinson, 'student at State College, Tempe, Ariz. 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