Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 26, 1966 Fete Couple Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Philip Arndorfer were honored at a 6:30 dinner April 16 at their home for their 25th wedding anniversary by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arndorfer, and their daughter, Jane. The following were present: Mrs. Dorothy Higgins (their bridesmaid), Frank, Julia, Helen and Betty Ann McEnroe, Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe and Mrs. Ethel McEnroe. Just as the meal ended, a group of 21 persons, consisting of a club, which Mrs. Arndorfer is a member, and their husbands, were surprise guests. They brought a variety of food and also a wedding cake baked by Mrs. Jack Kutschara and decorated by Mrs. Nick Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. James McEnroe and daughter, Hazel and Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe and daughter, Cathy, were also evening callers. A variety of appropriate and useful gifts were brought for the occasion. The guests registered in a book presented to the honorees by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Worman of Storm Lake. The following day, two of Phil's sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer and the latter couple's daughter, Mrs. JimGatton,and her daughter, Amy Marie, visited. Bode Women Host Ottosen Group, Apr. 28 OTTOSEN - The American Lutheran church women met with Mrs. Ivan Evenson recently. An invitation was received from the Bode A. L. C. W. for Friendship Day, Thursday, April 28. Films of the Holy Land will be shown by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knight of Humboldt. Delegates to the May 5 convention at Pomeroy are Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mrs. Leo Tofteberg is the alternate. Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mrs. LeMont and Mrs. Evenson are the committee to decide what to sew for Viet Nam. Mrs. Watnem, stewardship chairman, gave the meditation. - o- Rev. and Mrs. John Zastrow of Marshalltown visited at the Ray Pentico home recently. Mrs. Lillian Wehrspann. is now living at Minnie Long's Rest Home at Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann visited her recently. The Ottosen Lutheran choir went to Rutland to sing at the sunrise service Easter Sunday In a combined choir with the Rutland young people. Ottosen children enjoyed their first Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Commercial Club. Seventy children attended, finding the many eggs. Each child received a cash prize. Mike Frohling, John Munson and Tom Bennett were on the committee. Their helpers were Paul Kampen, Eugene Bruellman and Gary Greene. Those who cooked and colored the twelve dozen eggs were Mrs. H. D. Benson, Mrs. John Munson and Mrs. Mike Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watnem of Klemme were both in the hospital recently. Mr. Watnem had poly-neuritis and Mrs. Wat- nem had infection in her heel from a blister. Their two older children, Paula and Philip, stayed with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Percy Watnem. The baby stayed at home and the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Jenn Classick, stayed with him. Kathy Koehl of Minneapolis, Minn., visited over the Easter vacation with Mr, and Mrs. Victor Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart. Ruth Speich of Ames has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich, for a week. She is just home from a two week vacation in the east, visiting New York, Washington, D. C., and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius went to Stratford where Mrs. Hofius attended a shower for Lorie Jo Lennon, fiancee of Terry Lee. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl also attended the shower. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Wehr- spann, Susan and Bill of Joliet, El., came Saturday and took Margaret Holt out for dinner at noon, Sunday the Holts enjoyed a family gathering at Johnny's at Humboldt. Attending were the Dr. Wehrspann family, Margaret Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate, Mrs. Merle Holt, Peter Holt, Mary Anne, Rachel and Martha Holt of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Spencer. They spent the afternoon visiting at the home of Mrs. Merle Holt and were supper guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family of Maynard visited Mrs. Kate Jacobson recently. Other dinner guests at a family gathering at the home of Mrs. Kate Jacobson were Harold Jacobson and son of Seneca, Mrs. Gail Stoddard and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bartlett and family of Titonka. 1 TITONKA 3 1 By Mrs. Mary Schroeder Joan Cosgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cosgrove and student at Mankato State College, will be participating in "Water Street Journal", presented by the swimming club of the college April 20, 21 and 22. The annual P. T. A. open house was held at the school April 18. Classrooms we re open for exhibit and teachers present to confer with parents. Titonka Federated Club acted as host to 12 women's clubs from Kcssuth county April 11 at Good Hope Lutheran church. Awards for community service were presented, a style show was enjoyed by some members showing garments which they had made. Speakers included Larry McKeever, representing the Iowa School for the Blind, and Mary Jo Haag of Whittemore, former teacher in Brazil, who spoke and showed pictures of that country. Jane Haanan of Chicago and Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City were weekend guests of Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler are parents of a son, Dale William born April 12 at Blue Earth hospital. He weighed 6 Ibs., 3 oz., and has three brothers. Grandmothers are Mrs. Henrietta Dontje of Ledyard and Mrs. Louise Mechler of Titonka. Grace Heifher is spending some time in Des Moines visiting relatives. Good Hope andlmmanuel Lutheran congregations had joint mission festival services Sunday at Good Hope Lutheran church. Rev. Lloyd Sand, missionary, having served for several years at Cameroun, Africa, spoke both at morning and evening services. Titonka Federated Club held their regular meeting on Thurs- day evening at the home of Mrs. Wm. Amesbury. Mrs. Clarence Schutjef was assisting hostess. Mrs. Loren Burnett presented the lesson, "Fashion Tricks for 66." A short lesson on "Wash n* Wear" was presented by Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krantz vacationed in the Ozarks last week. The Titonka Girl Scouts elected new officers at their last meeting. Marlene Janes, president; Rhonda Budlong, vice president; Sharon Spear, secretary; Trudy Haines, treasurer; Jean Mayland, reporter. Mary Oesterreicher attended the North Central Teacher's meeting, held at Charles City last week. Ex-Algonans Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. James Schneider Crosslake, Minn., former Al, gonans, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Saturday, April 16. A nuptial mass with renewal of their vows was said by Rev. Father Foster at the Immaculate Heart church. Crosslake. Breakfast followed at the home of Rev. Father Foster. In the evening a dinner wasjield by their children at Moonlight Bay with friends and relatives attending. New Service Plant Construction is nearing completion on plant facilities for Swea City Custom Farm Services, Inc., located 4 miles east of Swea City on Highway 169 & 9. The new Custom Farm Services plant will supply bulk and bagged fertilizer, ammonia, pesticides and farm chemicals. It is expected to be in operation by mid May according to Allan Willie who will manage the Custom Farm Services operation. ©NE DOLLAR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Su"nday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell FOR CALCIUM AND PROTEIN Add nutrition to every meal with quality dairy products NOTICE This notice constitutes an official call for the Kbssuth County Republican Convention on May 20, 1966, at the Courthouse, Algona, Iowa at 8:00 P.M. (Daylight Savings Time). Precinct caucuses are also called for each precinct for May 2, 1966, at the time and place listed below. The precinct caucuses have two important duties: (l) to elect a precinct committeenan and committeewooan and (2) to elect the designated number of delegates to the County Convention on May 20, 1966, All Republican voters are urged to attend their precinct caucus.
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