LOCALS, MRS. ADRIAN Sterling and daughters, Mrs. Helen Passfflore and Mrs. Torn Lundell, Ankeny, attended funeral services April 2 at Webster City for Mrs. Sterling's brother, James A. Bateman, 77, who had not been well of late. He was associated with the Zieterle Mills company. He was a member of the Hope Chapter of the Blue Lodge, Masonic order and also a member of the O. E. S. He was past president of the Country Club. He had retired a few years ago as building contractor. Surviving Immediate relatives are his wife, a son and two daughters. MR. AND MRS. Paul Schneider were visited last Wednesday by their son, David, wife and children, Winnebago, Minn. MRS. CARRIE King is home from California where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer and family, Carmel Valley, Enroute home she stopped in Marion for a visit with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kolkers. Her longest visit was in California, being there most of the winter. SUSAN BODE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode, was home for her Easter vacation. She is a student at the College of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Charles Schaeffer had as dinner guests last Sunday Elman Steinblock, Austin, Minn., David Steinblock, Bancroft, and Roger Steinblock. MRS. PETE Halsrud has been visited by Mrs. Laura Halsrud, Bode. MYF AND JYF members of the Methodist church are meeting April 17 at 5 p. m. Mary Hays, former teacher here has been with the Peace Corps in Pakistan, will show slides and tell of her experiences. MR. AND MRS. Del Brandt have moved to 209 N. Wooster street. MRS. EVA Mittag received word Thursday of the death of her brother, Robert Gerald Albright, Waterloo. He was in his mid-fifties and was a former Algonan. Death was due to a heart attack. For several years he had been employed as a bus driver. He is survived by his wife, one son and three daughters. Alta Albright, of Des Moines, was Easter weekend guest .of her sister, Mrs. Eva Mittag. MR. AND MRS. John Nauholz and family left Friday for Fairbanks for an Easter weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chase, parents of Mrs. Nauholz. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley have been at Garrison visiting Mrs. Beardsley's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins. They were met at Waterloo by their daughter, Margaret Ann, who had been attending a conference in Chicago. Margaret Ann returned to her home at Cheverly, Md., Easter afternoon. MR. AND MRS. Don Higgs were visited over the weekend by their son James of Wayne City, HI. and Mrs. Biggs' parents, Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Krohn, Perry, MR, AND MRS. Edward Broesder were Easter guests of tbe latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jacob Ryg, Ottosen. TOM Anderson, student at the Maryville, Mo. State, spent bis Easter vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson. The other son, Phil and family, came from Des Moines. The son-in-law and daughter, Richard and Marcia Olson and children of Ames, are moving in a few weeks to Toledo, Ohio where Mr. Olson will be associated with the Hunt-Wesson Company. EASTER GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Uckteig were their sons, Don and Charles and families, daughter Mary Jane, who teaches in the Omaha, Nebr, school system and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elbert, LuVerne. MR. AND MRS. Leon "Champ" Martin were visited over the Easter holiday by their son Bob, student at the State College, Cedar Falls. Monday, Mt. Martin Algono, (la.) Uppw DM Moinw Tuwday, April 12, 1966 and son David went to Ames to visit the University. The 15th and 16th, David will go to Iowa City and a little later he will fly to Ann Arbor, Mich., an all- expense paid trip to see the campus there. All of these campus visits have been invitational. 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