Wesley Couple Home After Eastern Tour WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redenius returned June 26 from a 15-day conducted tour of many eastern points of interest, including Kansas City, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal, New York and Washington, D. C. The tour taken by 179 persons from 17 different states with ffVe escorts was sponsored 1 by the "Cappers Weekly 1966 Tour ofTwoNations East." They traveled by train and bus. Mr. and Mrs. Anno Abbas of Britt also took the tour. - o - AIR FORCE GRAD Paul Goetz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, graduated July 19 from the Aircraft Maintenance School at the Shepard A.F.B. in Texas and will spend two weeks with his parents and other relatives. He will leave August 5 for an A.F.B. at Omaha, Nebr. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer and Lewis, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Art Saastad of San Diego, Calif., recently visited Sister Bernadette and Sister Hertula at Campbellsport, Wise., Sister Myra at Milwaukee, Wise., Sister Leonora and the John Welters in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vestrum spent the July 10 weekend with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith. They brought back Mrs. Vestrum's son, Jackie Robinson, ,who had spent several weeks in the Smith home. - o - PRAIRIE NEIGHBORS Prairie Neighbors met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Opal Nygaard. Mrs. Emma Wise was assistant hostess for the social afternoon. 500 was played. Winners were Mildred Arndorfer, Josie Lickteig, EllaHanig and Minnie Frimml. There will be no meeting in August. - o - The Herman Studers and four of their sons and their families enjoyed a picnic in the city park July 3. They were the Chuck Studers, Britt, Kermit Studers, Clear Lake, and the Merlin and Donovan Studers of Wesley. Guests in the Luke Youngwirth home Thursday evening to extend birthday greetings to Mrs. Youngwirth (Rita) included Steve Doughan, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ludwig, St. Benedict; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Vitzthum, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson and Elmer Youngwirths of LuVerne, Marvin Maas, Barbara Leek, Anna Mae l and Lucille Hirner. Dean Ricke was on vacation last week from his employment in the Farmers Lbr. yard. The family spent two days with her folks, the Tony Trcas at Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vitzthum Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beenken and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dornbier spent last week on a fishing and outing trip into Canada. Watch for big fishing stories, Recent guests in the Harold Price home were the Dave and George Prices of Missoula, Mont. Joining these folks Tuesday evening, for a family picnic ia tba city park, and alsotocele- Mrs. Harold Price'sbirth- ValjeanHanpas, Cedar- DuaneVaudts, Forest City; George Ostercamps, Orvllle Wetlands, Duane Prices, Charles Prices and Bill Prices. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price, Mrs. Ostercamp and Mrs. Vaudt went to Rochester, Minn, where Harold had a post surgery check-up. Mrs. Lester Blain received word last week from her sister, Mrs. John Larson of Chicago, HI., that their brother, Robert Oppedahl, was a patient in the Municipal T. B. sanitarium in Chicago. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, Kay, Mary, Connie and Gary visited her sisters and their families, the Jake and Girard Strouths at Wilmont and Reading, Minn, on Wednesday. Mesdames Helen Youngwirth, Rita Youngwirth, Eileen Johnson and Marie Lickteig attended funeral services inEmmetsburg, July 11, for Father Phillips' brother, Joseph Phillips. Barbara Leek, daughter of the Garel Leeks, had an appendectomy at the Britt hospital Tuesday. Father Linus Eisenbacher, Odebolt, has spent part of his vacation with relatives here. Mrs. Justine Becker spent several days in the home of her son, Harold Beckers near Algona. Harold's wife was a patient in St. Ann hospital several days. Judy Hilbert, who is employed in Denver, Colo., came Sunday to spend her vacation in the parental Norbert Hilbert home. She will attend the July 23 wedding of her cousin, Jane Nelson, daughter of the Chas. Nelsons, to Gary Formanek of Spooner, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redenius attended the July 2 wedding of a niece, Mary K. Redenius, and Dennis Binen at the United Presbyterian church at Rapid City, So. Dak., and spent the weekend in the George Redenius home. Mr. and Mrs. John Redenius of Rockford, HI. also attended the wedding and were overnight guests in the Henry Redenius home enroute to and from Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Rasmussen and family spent the July 10 weekend with the Marlen Smiths and brought back his parents, the Fred Rasmussens, who had spent a week with their daughter, Mrs. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hillengacele- brated their silver wedding anniversary July 19 at their home, with open house from 7 to 9 p. m. Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier took her sister, Mrs. Agatha Callager, back to her home in Des Moines, following a visit with Richts- meiers and other relatives here. Mrs. Richtsmeier returnedhome Tuesday morning. Janet Schipull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schipull, and Jo Ann Rasmussen, daughter of the Merle Rasmussens, attended Methodist camp at Lake Okoboji last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blain of Columbus, Ohio, are expected to spend the first two weeks in August in her parental Paul Studer home. Carolyn Studer, who is a beauty operator in Wolfs department store in Des Moines plans to spend the first week in August in the parental home. Lewis Studer, son of the Paul Studers, came home June 23 from Carthage, Mo. where he attended a two-week's workshop at the college ofOurLadyoftheOzarks. He has attended the college for several years. Father Martin Maghover, who is on the faculty at the college, visited the Studers last week. Brother Schiltz, also of the college, called on the Studers recently. The Welter Slovensky family of St. Louis, Mo., were recent visitors of her relatives, the Frank and Franklin Fox families and the Mark Studers. Mrs. Slovensky is the former Thelma Johnson, daughter of the late Everett Johnsons, who were former Wesley area and Wesley residents. 4 From Area Attend Confab In Des Moines Local Farmers Home Administration representatives attended a state meeting at the Savery Hotel in Des Moines July 13-15. Those attending the meeting were Robert H. Walters, district supervisor, Ralph G. Pilkington, acting count supervisor, Charlene J. Nerem, county office clerk and Linda R. Anliker, ass't. county office clerk. The major topics of discussion were supervised credit, new management practices and the operation of a family farm. Personnel were brought up to date on current legislation and policies affecting the various lending programs made through the agency. Receiving major consideration were the authorizations to finance sewer & water projects, senior citizen rental housing, the construction of new or pur- Algona, (la.)-Upper Des Moine* Tuesday, July 26, 1966 NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT lOO Where Old-World Innkeepinc Hospitality is Revived Everything you ever imagined. Kverything you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge — Large Decorator-Designed Luxury Rooms. King-Size Beds. Individually Room- Controlled Year-Around "as you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio. 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Calls For Sharing Federal Income With States Wiley Mayne, republican candidate for Congress from the sixth district, one of the speakers at a Kossuth Republican picnic at Call State Park last Tuesday night, called for the sharing of Federal income tax revenue with states and cities. He said that Congress should vote to share Federal income tax revenue with cities and states where it originates. He is a Sioux City attorney, and will oppose Congressman Stanley Greigg, Democrat, in the fall election. Other Republican candidates for offices were also present and introduced. Cornell Scholarship Susan L. Moulton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton of Algona, is one of four entering freshmen at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, awarded a 196667 national Methodist scholarship. The scholarship covers tuition and fees up to $500. Believe it or not, now there's no more annoying defrosting of your modern electric refrigerator-freezer. How wonderful! It does it itself... automatically! 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