The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1966 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1966
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Margaret Root Elected Head Wesley C.D.A. WESLEY - Catholic Daughters of America met Tuesday evening May 24, with Margaret Root, Grand Regent presiding. Clara Erdman reported on the special cards sent to some members. Barbara Llckteig, lecturer read an article on "How to be Cheerful." Election of officers was held. Elected were Margaret Root, Grand Regent; Stacla Richts- meler, vice grajd regent; Marian Youngwirth, Prophetess, Mildred Studer, financial secretary; Mary RoctaFood, historian; Maria Doughan, treasurer; Janet Clnk, monitor; Helen Plaifae, sentinel; MarieUckteig, lecturer; Irene Muehe,organist; Mary Bode and Viola Studer, trustees. The officers will be installed at the June 28th meeting. Following the meeting bridge and 500 was played. Winners were Mary Weber, Enna Kunz, Marian Youngwirth and Stacia Richtsmeier. Lulu Hanig received the door prize. On the entertainment committee were Hazel Studer, Rose Hauptly, Beatrice Hildman, Madonna Studer, Clara Erdman, Eleanor Hanig, and Pauline Pfeffer. On the kitchen committee were Bernice Vitzthum, Dorothy Martinek, Colleen Studer, Evelyn Grandganett and Mary Krieps. were Hazel Studer, Rose Hauptly, Beatrice ' Hildman, Madonna Studer, Clara Erdman, Eleanor Hanig, and Pauline Pfeffer. On the kitchen committee were Bernice Vitzthum, Dorothy Martinek, Colleen Studer, Evelyn Grand- ganett and Mary Krieps. The next meeting of St. Joseph's Guild will be Tuesday evening, June 21. - o - '"'-•'' Louisa Skow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skow will fly to Germany June 2 to work in a paper mill in Kempton, Germany. She one of about 50 Iowa State University students taking part in the program which is sponsored by a German airlines. Miss Skow is still connected with the University doing research for them since graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer, the Cletus Studer s, Philip Studer, and Paul Studers were Thursday guests in the Don Studers home in honor of members of the different families who were confirmed that morning in St. Josephs Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer visited Mrs. Susie West in the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Sunday May 22. Mrs. West broke her hip in her home in Eagle Grove. She is 89 years old. The Howard Funnemarks entertained a large group of relatives and friends Wednesday evening May 18 following the graduation of Dennis from the Corwith-Wesley public school. Dennis has enrolled in the Iowa State University at Ames. Lori Funnemark, a student at the Ames University spent several days at her home before leaving for Cut Bank, Mont., 50 miles from the Glacier National Park," where she will be employed as dietician at a Dude Ranch. Mrs. Funnemark teaches jr.-bigb math attheCor- wfth'Wesley school. In honor of Ronald Johnson's graduation from the Cwwitb* Wesley public school May 18, a large group of relatives and friends were entertained in his parental Ivan Johnson home following the exercises. Ronald has enrolled in the Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S. D. Duane Larson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arend Schreur, Mr. and Mrs. John Engels, Dale Lesle, Marigene Wagner and Charlene Sorenson, all of Corwith at a steak dinner at the Howard Funnemark rural home Wednesday evening May 25. The Schreurs, Engels and Lesle are leaving the Corwith - Wesley school faculty. Mrs. Miry Weber entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon, May 27. Minnie Frimml will be hostess to the ladies on June 15. The Neighborhood Birthday club will meet with Mrs. Clara Haverly June 16. Marleen Harr, youngest daughter of Mrs. Maurine Harr has been chosen as Band Queen from the Corwith-Wesley public school for the June 14 Band Festival at Mason City. The Dr. Paul Warner family of St. Cloud, Minn, were May 22 weekend guests in the A. C. Discher home. The women are sisters. The Warners , former Wesley residents, are moving in August to Cedar Falls, where he will be employed in a clinic as a psychologist. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Discher accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Ron Straup of Mason City and Buelatr Green of Britt enjoyed a memorial weekend on a fishing trip to Payneville, Minn. David, a student at Minneapolis Business College, Minneapolis, Minn, spent the May 22 weekend in his parental, Paul Studer home. Bernard Erdman of Cedar Rapids visited his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman and other relatives several days last week. Mrs. Dave Klein and Wayne attended the graduation of Thomas, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomas at the public school in Forest City Thursday evening. The Thomas family are former Wesley residents and lived in the house now owned and occupied by the Garel Leek family. Mrs. Justine Becker and Joyce accompanied the Kleins to Forest .City and visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Brcka and family. Mr. and Mrs. L, T. Root visited their son Tom Root and family at Council Bluffs Sunday May 22. Guests in Mrs. Maurine Halls home after the Corwith-Wesley graduation May 24 were, Mrs. Albert Girard of Bagley; the Harlan Leiningers, Humboldt, Mrs. Richard Thul of Algona, and Jon Deim of Algona. The party honored Marleen Harr who is employed at Al's Lounge. She plans to attend Ellsworth College in Iowa Falls this fall. Mrs. Theron Hansen was a patient in Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge last week. Mrs. Justine Becker accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Tony Becker and Mrs. Gene Thul of St. Joe to Royal Tuesday May 24 where they attended the graduation of Suzanne Deardorf from high school. They attended the reception at the Virgil Deardorf home after the exercises. Mrs. Becker was an overnight guest in the home of her daughter, and family, the Don Redings of St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker and Vine Doughan visited their grandson, Tom Doughan, 5 year old son of the Roger Doughans of Clarion, who is in the Mercy hospital, Mason City for tests and medical care. Circle 1 of Methodist women enjoyed a May breakfast at the rural home of Mrs. Fern Paulson Thursday May 26 at 8:30 a. m. Circle 2 met Wednesday with Mrs. Dorothy Henderson and Circle 3 met with Mrs. Ralph Schipull Wednesday May 18. Two children were baptized Sunday May 22 in the Methodist church by'Rev. Frank Considine. They were one month old Bonita Marie, daughter of the Clinton Edens. The infant's grandparents the August Bernaus of Britt and the Ben Edens attended the baptismal service . Robert Louis Casper, son of the George Caspers was also baptized. The Caspers transferred their membership from the Britt church to the local Methodist church. The George Caspers moved from the Britt area to the Fred Bonn farm vacated last winter by the Jack Vitzthum family. Sister Luellen of Butte, Mont, is epected June 8 to visit her mother, Mrs. Lucy Brabec and the Frimmls for several days. The Herb Rice family of St. Louis, Mo. are to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. Lucy Brabec and the Frimmls and will take Sister Luellen to Dubuque where she will attend summer school. Sister Luellen is the former Gayle Brabec, and Mrs. Rice is the former Virginia Brabec. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer went to Cedar Rapids Saturday where they visited the Algona, (la.) Upper DCS Maine* Tuttday, June 7, 1966 Those who know Know ; MINNEAPOLIS MOTOR HOTEL ^———•" For Convenience ... For Luxury Accommodations... [For Friendliness... For Budget Rates... For Resort- like Atmosphere... Easily Accessible to All Highways * 105 Delightful Air- Conditioned Rooms and Suites * National Gold Medal /\ward heated King-Size Swimming I'ool * Complete Hotel .. Services ""/• * 24-Hour Switchyard i * .Free TV * Play Area Tor Children I* JJaby Sitter Service EXCELLENT FOOD — Redwood Dining Room luturing Hearth Chmcul Broiled St««kj — Coffee Shop open from 6:00 i.m. 'till Midnight — CocMlil Lounge. Ample fr*e l>«rting in Front 04 Tour Rwm SIN6LE ROOMS $ 1.59 to I 9.SO MMMU ROOMS $12.50 to *1«.00 Doughan daughters, Sister Damian and Sister Kevin. They brought home that evening the Arndorfer's daughter, who has been attending Mr. Mercy College. Will Honor Two Brides-To-Be At Ledyard LEDYARD - There will be an open house shower honoring Gretchen Looft Monday evening, June 13,at 8:15 at the Methodist church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No invitations are being sent. Gretchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft, will be married to Charles N. Moen, son of Mi. and M.:s. Robert Moen of Lacrosse, Wise., on June 18. There will also be an open house shower for Miss Jean Larson, bride-elect of Merritt Ploeger, at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church here, Saturday evening June 7 at 8:00. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No invitations are being sent. Miss Larson and Merritt Ploeger will be married in July.- Meet June 9 The 4-corner Mother and Daughter Club will meet June 9 at the Good Hope Methodist church, with Deanne Gerber, Berneice Shaw and Evelyn McNeill hostesses. Each member is to bring a friend as this is the annual Guest Day. Roll call will be a color combination I like and new officers will also take over at this meeting. Beverly Kuecker and Marlys Bjustrom are in charge of the program and this month's chic chatter member will be Minnie Walker. _ When Herbert Hoover was president, he gave his salary back to the Government. It set a bad example - now they want all of us to do itl Defeat isn't titter if you don't swallow it. 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