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Wesley Banker & Wife At National Convention WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Dave Klein attended the 32nd annual convention of the Independent Banker's Association of America in Las Vegas, Nevada May 3*4-5 . Bankers, their wives and guests visited Hoover Dam and Lake Mead National recreation area and dined at a theatre casino. More than 1500 persons registered in advance for the convention v. The Independent Bankers Association of America has more than 6,400 member banks in 40 states. Dave is cashier in the local Exchange State Bank. - o - Paul Goetz has been selected for training at Sheppard AFB, Texas as an Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist. The airman is a 1964 graduate of Garri- gah high school, Algona. Out-of-town relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. Veva Lease Tuesday afternoon May 3 in the Methodist church included her only child, Burrell Lease and wife Jane of New York City; her brother, Max Burrell of Kansas City, Mo.; her sister, Mrs. Myrna Kelty of Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Cliff Burrell and Jim of Urbana, la.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Geiger, Brandon, la.; Mr. and Mrs. James McKee, Waterloo; Mr. 1 and Mrs. Vernon Studer, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Studer, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Studer, Corwith; Ray Walker, Corwith. The Bill Rockwoods have purchased the home of the late Veva Lease in the south part of town. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer was elected treasurer of the Northeast Deanery of the D. C. C. W. at a meeting in West Bend Thursday April 28. Seventeen Wesley women attended that meeting. Leo Hanig entered the Britt hospital Sunday May 1 for medicalr care Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen returned Thursday from Iowa City where he was hospitalized 6 weeks and had surgery. Vic Loebig entered the Britt hospital Wednesday for medical care and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Trinkle of Kansas City, Mo. and Mrs. Ethel Updegroff of Coffeeville, Okla., spent several days last week with the women's sister, Mrs. Mary Wingert. Mrs. Wingert who is a resident at a rest home in Buffalo Center, spent some time in her home in Wesley. Audra Muehe was entertained at a birthday part at her parental John Muehe home Saturday afternoon April 30. The girls of the first and second grades of St. Josephs parochial helped her celebrate her 7th birthday. The Merle Petersons attended the golden wedding anniversary party for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peter son of Titonka Sunday May 1, at the Fellowship hall of the Good Hope Lutheran church. At a recent P. T. A. meeting in Corwith, Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard was elected president, Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth, vice- president, Mrs. Jim Courley, secretary and Mrs. Lickteig, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended funeral services for a cousin, Mrs. Carol Combs Laisan of Palo Alto, Calif, at Wards Funeral Parlors, Clear Lake. Burial was at Hanlan town, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Sophia Stalzer and Mrs. Helen Youngwirth accompanied Cletus Stalzer of Britt to Marshalltown Thursday morning where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Stalzer's sister, Mrs. Mary Kloster, 79 at the Ava Funeral parlors. Mrs. Kloster WHAT YOU NEED IN CASE OF A BLACKOUT! A thousand and one anecdotes came out of the Eastern Seaboard's "Big Blackout," and the hero of many of these .tales was the transistor portable radio. Some observers even credit it with averting a full-scale panic in New York City. We hesitate to go that far, but we do know that a battery- powered radio is a mighty handy item to have around, blackout or no. If you don't yet own a good portable radio, why not take a look at our line of RCA Victor "Powerlift" models? No slaves to a wall socket, these. They're footloose and fancy free. 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Jack Krieps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps was hit in the face by a golf club while playing near his home last week. Four stitches were required to close the cuts below and above his eye. He is a seventh grader at St. Josephs parochial school. Mrs. Emma Olson left Saturday April 29 with her son Kay James Olson and family of Dennison, for Baltimore, Maryland to visit a daughter and sister, Mrs. John Grindstaff and family. Former Wesleyans who attended the funeral of Mrs. Veva Lease Tuesday May 3 included Louisa Hauptly, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Mrs. Grace Diekman the John Diekmans, Isabell Kerrins and Hannah Nelson of Algona, Mrs. Garret DeWaard of Titonka and the Lowell Erdnians of Decorah. Leonard Arndorfers, Vic Loebig, the Elmer 3 Vine and Steve Doudians. attended the funeral of Joe Doughan of Hayfield at Duncan Tuesday morning. Sister Kevin andSisterDamian of Cedar Rapids spent Monday evening till Tuesday evening at the parental, Elmer Doughan home and attended the funeral. The John Loebigs of Ankeny also attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doughan, Mrs. Alvin Doughan and John Doughan, all of 0*0611, ni. and Mrs. Jack Sallede of Bloomington, HI. came for the funeral. The Larry Cooks of Spencer spent the May 1 weekend with her father, Vic Loebig and attended the Doughan funeral. The Cook's one year old son Terry is in a Sioux City hospital with a severe case of meningitis. Mrs. Paul Erdman accompanied her son Lowell and wife back to their home at Decorah Tuesday. They had attended the Veva Lease funeral. The American Legion Auxiliary met May 4 in the Legion hall with 15 members present. Jo Meurer reported that she had sent 39 bedshoes and 8 bibs valued at $52.77 to the Vets hospital at Des Moines. The poppy sale will be conducted May 27-28. Laura Klein is poppy chairman.' It was announced that a county auxiliary meeting is to be held at Lakota Tuesday > afternoon, May 10: ••• Jo Meurer read an article on the Phillipines, as did Edna Flom, president. Vi Studer, Justine Becker and Eileen Johnson were appointed on the nominating committee. The annual election will be held Wednesday evening, June 1. Clara Hauptman and Rita Ricke served lunch. Agnes Stevens and Donna Studer were on the entertainment committee. Winners in 500 were Mildred Studer and Edna Flom. 2 From Cylinder On New Board Selmer Nelson and Paul Freeman of Cylinder, William Stillman, Jack Cook, Dr. C. C. Moore, Homer Hite, Stanley Quam, all of Emmetsburg were elected as directors of the newly organized Emmetsburg Community District. A total of 1,292 persons, considered an unusually large number, cast ballots in the election which featured 16 candidates for seven board positions, following reorganization. Bitten By Dog WESLEY - Linda, 8 year old daughter of the Jack Vitzthums was bitten on the leg last week by a dog. She was given a shot by the doctor, who is checking on the injury and the dog is locked up. Stanley Klein, St. Joe, Home From Viet Nam STANLEY KLEIN ST. JOE - 1st Lt. Stanley J. Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein', has been released from active duty and has returned home after 3 years Army service. The past year he served in Viet Nam with the 173rd Airborne Brigade. He is a St. Joseph's high school graduate and also from the University at Ames. Confirmation Dinners At Seneca Homes SENECA - Sunday dinner guests at the Art Bergum home in honor of their daughter, Cathy's confirmation included the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dixon, Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Iver Bergum, Seneca; also Cathy's sponsors, Mrs. Julia Petticord and Mrs. Lloyd Eichenberger, also Mrs. Eichenberger's family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family, and Mrs. James Bergum. Afternoon guests included Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fortney and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. David Doocy and Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson all of Bancroft. Evening callers included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larsen and family and the Orville Dixons, all of Burt. Cathy was a member of the class which was' confirmed at the morning "worship service Sunday morning at the Blakjer Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen entertained at dinner at their home Sunday in honor of their daughter, Becky's confirmation at the Blakjer Lutheran church that morning with the Rev. Harold Anderson officiating at the service. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen of Fenton and Dr. and Mrs. Gus Krause, Lori and Kim of Cherokee. Rev. Harold Anderson was an afternoon caller. , „ Sunday dinner guests of the Gaylord Olsens in honor of their daughter, Diane's confirmation included Diane's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud; also Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bratrud and family of Jackson, Minn. Joining them for the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. John Poland of Graetlinger; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bonnickson and family of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Olsen and daughter , Debbie of Fairmont, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Dave McCumber and family of rural Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore of Dolliver, la. will be honored on their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 29, from 2:00 until 5:00 p. m. at the Methodist church at Dolliver. The event will be sponsored by their Children. Relatives and frieivds are cordially invited. No Invitations are being sent. Mrs. Marilyn Rubiano and daughter, Karen of Romney, West Virginia, who came to spend Easter with Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, has extended her visit and spent the past three weeks with her mother and sister. Joining them last weekend were Mrs. Kracht's mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Taylor and daughters of Des Moines. Mr, and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg visited recently at the Ole Pedersens at Fenton in observance of the Pedersens 56th wedding anniversary, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, also their house guest, Mrs. Marilyn Rublana and daughter Karen, of Romney, W. Virginia, also Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona were last Sunday evening dinner guests at the Mrs. Edith Hayenga home at Fenton. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase of Fenton. Mrs. Henry Looft was a guest of the Lotts Creek and the Whittemore Lassies 4-H clubs at their joint Mother's Tea held last Tuesday evening at the St. Michael's hall at WhCemore. Mother's Day dinner guests at the Herbert, Krauses.incjuded the grandparents Mr; and *Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. 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Krause of Cedar Falls, were Sunday, May 1 guests at the Larry Alt home, Fenton, where they helped the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, observe their 49th wedding anniversary and Heidi Krause observe her twelfth birthday anniversary. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and family, all of Fenton; also Marilyn Alt and Tom Reine, both of Minneapolis and Tom Ullensvang of Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen attended baptismal services for their granddaughter, Mary Jennifer, daughter of the Ronald Johannesens, rural Swea Ctty, at tie Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City Sunday morning. Rev. Petersen had charge of the service and sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johannesen of rural Armstrong. Dinner guests at the Ronald Johannesen home in honor of the event included the above named, also the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clisby of thunddy, May 12, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper D«t Me!flM-5 Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Marlys Kreuger and Tom of Fairmont, and the family of the Morris Johannesen. Robert Burt was hostess to the Modern Mixers club Tuesday. The Extension' lesson, "Meals for Two," was presented by Mrs. Henry Looft. Mrs. Fred Johannesen was the honored birthday member . The June meeting will be at the Alvin Cypher home. A social hour was enjoyed after which the hostess served refreshments. Guests included Mrs. Lois Berhow and Mrs. Gordon Burt and children. Three young people were confirmed at the Blakjer Lutheran church at the Sunday morning worship service with the Rev. Harold Anderson In charge of the service. They include: Becky Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen, Cathy Bergum, daughter of the Art Bergtims, and Coleen Olsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen. FIVE GENERATIONS With the arrival of Tony Putnam of Spencer, there are now five generations living in Iowa of the Carpenter family. Oldest member is Mrs. Sarah Starck Carpenter, Humboldt, Other members are Avery Car* penter, Mallard, Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter Robinson, Marathon, and Mrs. Bonnie Robinson Putnam, Spencer. the revolution that succeeded BALER T WINE 1-130 «c^>-.. -.-*"' ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. 205 5. Phillips Algona As Advertised In Farm And Home Section STRONG CHURCHES.., Make Strong Communities "It ia written that man shall not live by bread alone, but every word of God.' —Deuteronomy 8:3 Man cannot endure without food; his body requires it. Yet, man has an equally great need in trying Umes; he must have faith to sustain him. Remember that Jesus, once urged by His disciples to rest from teaching and partake of food, reminded them of the importance of the fruits of His labor. And, again, when tempted by the devil to turn stone Into bread, Jesus refused, because it is written that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God." 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