The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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10-Aleona, (la.) Upptr 0« MolnM fhurtday, Moy I, Catch Rainbow Trout Bless Rusk and Gail Towne, a couple of Algona anglers, traveled to Table Rock Dam, Branson, Mo., last week where they had pretty good luck catching rainbow trout. The results are shown above. The ten trout shown were caught Thursday. The largest, on the right, measured 20 inches and weighed 3 1/2 pounds, and was slightly larger than the one next to it. According to Bless, the rest c" the catch was about average in size. There hasn't been any report yet on how they tasted. Wesley C.D.A. Will Elecf New Officers WESLEY - The C. A. A.'s held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening April 26. They voted to give one dollar to the cancer fund. Margaret Root gave avery interesting report on the State biennial convention that she attended in Sioux City April 22-23-24. Barbara Licktelg, lecturer, read an article on "Things That Never Die." The Mother's Day mass and breakfast will be Saturday morning May 7. Following the mass, coffee and rolls will be served in the parish hall by Marie Lick- telg, Mary Richter, Helen Johnson, Janice Erdman and Mathilda Matz. On the entertainment committee are Imogene Studer, Catherine Seller, Clara Haverly and Veronica Erdman. Mrs. Root announced that the national convention is to be held in Boston in July. A retreat will' be held in Cedar Falls in August. On the serving committee were Eleanor Ricke, Mildred ' Cosgrove, Rosemary Stott, Marcella Studer, Ruth Youngwirth and Marie Orthel. On the entertainment committee were Justine Becker, Viola Studer, Helen Koppen, Mary Weber, Marjorie Goetz (Joe), Felice Hilbert and Helen Youngwirth. Following the meeting, bridge and 500 were played. Winners were Margaret Root, Clara Erdman, Marilyn Grandgenett and Mildred Studer. Agnes Lickteig's name was drawn for attendance prize. Election of officers will be held May 24. - o - Mrs. Justine Becker spent several days recently at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray Brcka and family at Forest City. The daughter born to the young couple April 13 was baptized In the Forest City Catholic church April 24 and named Patricia Rae. Joyce Becker and Frank Brcka were sponsors for their niece, the first child for the Ray Brckas. Mrs. Marie Starquist entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, April 24, for medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke are parents of their first daughter, born April 25 in the Britt hospital. Mother and infant were brought home Thursday. The baby was baptized Sandra Kay Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. George Hrubes of Garner were sponsors. Rickes have three small sons, Randy, Mark and Marvin, who visited relatives during their mother's hospitalization. Mesdames Maud and Hazel Studer, Erma Kunz, Mildred Arndorfer, Agnes Stevens, Rita and Helen Youngwirth, Esther Reising, Frances Weber, Eileen Johnson, Lucille Nelson, Mary Bode, Stacia Richtsmeier, Clara Haverly, Jo Meurer, Josie Lick- telg, Marilyn Lickteig and Father Phillips attended the northeast open spring meeting of the D. C. C. W. at West Bend April 28. Father Phillips is moderator, Erma Kunz is parish representative and Mildred Arndorfer is rural life chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eden are parents of their first child, Bonita Marie, born in the Britt hospital April 23. Mrs. Eden is the former Cherann Bernau. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eden are the infant's paternal grand- parents. Mother and daughter were brought home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith went to Iowa Falls Sunday to attend the confirmation of their granddaughter, 10 year old Barbara Studer, oldest daughter of the Leonard Studers, in the Catholic church at 7 p. m. Ardith Eden and her roommate, Myra Kuglin of Minneapolis, spent the weekend in the Ben Eden home. Nadlne Engen, a student in radiologic technology at Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids, attended the 5th annual spring symposium at Des Moines, April 24. A daughter was born April 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vitzthum at the Britt hospital. She has been named Sherry Jo. Her grandparents are the George Vitzthums and the George Rickes. The young couple now have three sons and two daughters. Harold Price entered the Britt hospital April 25 for medical care. Mrs. Mary Bode and Mrs. Marie Doughan were guests at a C, D. A. meeting in West Bend April 26. Mrs. Bode, district „ deputy, assisted with the reception of new members. Mrs. Mildred Arndprfer entertained her contract bridge cfiib April 27. Mrs. Viola Studer entertained the auction bridge club Thursday. Hold Farewell For Pastor Of Burt Church BURT - Pastor and Mrs. William Scheer were honored at a farewell fellowship by members of the congregation Tuesday night. Eugene Droeger acted as master of ceremonies for a program. All departments of the church, primary Sunday school class, religion school class, Walther League, choir, Ladies Aid, men's club and congregation were represented in a "Flannel Graph Story" of St. John's church. Also included in the program were songs by several classes, a reading, "The Pastor's Wife," by Lillian Lavrenz; a reading, "The Pastor, "by Eugene Meyer. Pastor Kautsch,Whlttemore, representing the Algona Circuit churches, spoke briefly and Pastor Scheer also gave a brief resume of his family's activities during four years in Burt. Ernest Lavrenz, in behalf of the congregation, presented a gift to the Scheers. Pastors of the Algona Circuit Lutheran churches and their wives were special guests. Lunch was prepared and served by the ladies of the church. AWARDED BOOKS National Library Week was observed at the public library the past week and as a part of the observance approximately 175 students from kindergarten through sixth grade visited the library Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Winning books given away during the week were Ellen Stock, for adults, Barbara Hamilton, young adult, Brad Holding, 5 and 6th graders, Mary Studer, 3rd and 4th graders, and Lenny Davis, pre - schoolers 2nd graders. - o - PROM HELD The annual Jr. - Sr. Prom was held at the Burt school Friday night. The theme for this years' Prom was "April Love" and the hard-working Juniors turned the Band room into a beautiful garden setting using the senior class colors of Blue and White. Music for dancing was furnished by the Accents. The banquet preceding the Prom was held at Charlie's Supper Club, Algona, at 6:30 p. m. - o - The Burt seniors with their sponsors and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herrick and Mr. and Mrs. Dean James, will leave Sunday on their annual Senior Skip Trip. The group will spend Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott attended the Jr. - Sr. Prom at the Sentral school Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Klooster, Algona , were Wednesday evening guests at the Harley Troutman, Jr. home. They came to help their granddaughter Kim, celebrate her 9th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke attended a banquet and program honoring members of the 20-year Pioneer club at Des Moines Friday night. Floyd is a member of the club. Members of the Methodist board of stewards and stewardship and finance commission met at the church Wednesday night. Plans were formulated to hold an every membership visitation May 15. Plans are that members of the commissions in teams of two will visit the home of all local members during the afternoon. Letters of explanation will precede the visits. G. H. McMullen, chairman of the commission presided at Wednesday's meeting. Members of St. John's Ladies Aid will meet at the church May 5. Hostesses will be Arlene Behnkendort, Florence Koestler and Arlene Schneider. In charge of the day's market basket will be Esther Miller, Elfe Meyer and Bertha Willrett. Jane Barslou, member of the Burt M. Y. F., left Thursday with other Spencer District youth fellowshippers to attend the United Nations Seminar In N. Y. and Washington D. C. accompanying the young group as chaperones were Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney, Arnolds Park They will be gone 7 days. Kimberlyn Troutman observed her 9th birthday Wednesday in honor of the occasion her parents entertained a group of her girl friends at a party Saturday. For entertainment, the girls made and filled May baskets. Assisting Kim's mother in serving lunch was Mrs. A. J. Klooster, Algona. Guests included Esther Doubek, Jennifer Fries, Christine Keith, Karen Weber, Vickie Haase, Karen Gifford, Brenda Holding, Charlene Curtis, Carol Behrends, Cheryl Behrends and her sister, Laura Troutman. Vickie Haase celebrated her 9th birthday anniversary with a party Monday after school at her home. Lunch, including a decorated birthday cake, was served by Vickie's mother, Mrs. Melvin Haase. Guests included Kim and Laura Troutman, Charlene Cheryl and David Curtis, Danny and Jerry Cummings andDebra, Kathy and Larry Haase. In the evening, Vickie's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase, and her aunt Martha helped observe the event. A baby daughter, Suzanne Lynn, arrived at a Ft. Dodge hospital April 26 to join the Gordon Happel family circle. 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Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Esthervllle. Atmpttet* You can fight off dampness in the house by heating the house for a short time. Then open the doors and windows to let the moist air out. An exhaust fan will help force It out. Notes Of Servicemen for training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., as an Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman, a 1964 graduate of Garrlgan high school, Algona, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He attended Hamilton Business School, Mason City. - o - U. S. ARMY, GERM ANY - Pvt. Leroy J. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Meyer, Fenton, took part in exercise "Slg Charlie/' a one-week signal field maneuver in Germany that ended April 23. His unit, Company A, 32nd Signal Battalion, participated with other signal units ot the Seventh Army. The exercise was designed to enhance communications through use under actual field conditions. 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