t-*AL06NA (lew*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 196$ <' : f ' WN 3. " =' VM Ex-Algona girl married .;••'.' DONNA BESCH, daughter of the Ray Beschcs, former J Algonans, and Dennis Stein were married February 13 at an 11 o'clock mass at St. Peteris Catliolic church in Richfield, : Minn., with Rev. Gilbert De Sutter officiating. The bride was 'attended by Diane Brandt, Jean Besch, sister of the bride, and Susen Stein, sister of the groom. Mary Besch was flower girl • and Mike Besch was the ring bearer. A dinner followed the .ceremony with 225 guests in the church parlors. They arc '^living at 300 West 65th street, Richfield, Minn. Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 ' < Local automobile dealers and their wives attended the State Automotive meeting at Des Moines Sunday through Tuesday. meeting, one of them Merrill Wflrniek, of Salt Lake City, who, With his wife has visited the Schobys and whom many local people remember. They were happy to sec them and to learn that Mrs Warnick has been Mother of the Year In the state of Utah since last April but will soon relinquish that honor. New officials ol the organization are from the South, the president, a 1400 acre dairy farmer trom Texas, and the vice-president is from Oklahoma. Mr and Mrs Albert J, Slobe drove to Ames Sunday to spend the day with their son Ricnard, a freshman at Iowa University. He lives at Pearson House in Krilcy Hall and rooms with a prc-mcd student. Mr and Mrs Bob Bennett, Bruce, Eddie and Debbie, returned irom Unionvillc, Mo., tale Saturday night. 'Ihey Icit rriclay morning alter news ol Mrs bcnnctfs lather, Lee Woric;y, sullenng a hoart attack Lnursuay nignt. Mr. Worley was in very serious condition lor a time, out is recovering. the General meeting of United Presbyterian Women will be held this evening at' 8 o'clock with the Guild providing the program. Dr. Alner Christian of Waldorf college, Forest City, will be guest speaker on the topic: Experiences As a Medical Missionary in the Interior of South America. ~.vMr and Mrs J. Earl Parsons nipved Monday from the Muck- .fey's apartment on East Kennedy to the Howard Wohlers' house a mile south of town. 'Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson ^returned home Sunday from the Veterans' hospital, Des Moines, where the former had minor surgery done on Monday of last week. He had undergone surgery there on Feb. 9 for removal of gall bladder and will return to the Facility for a check-up on April 20, but is now feeling fine. Mrs Gilbert Hargroaves spent Sunday, March 21, at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Richard Cook who celebrated the letter's birthday. Al De Crane flew back to New York on Friday and his wife, the former Joan Hoffman, returned by plane Tuesday to their home in Bronxville, and the six children with whom Grandmother De Crane, of Cleveland, had stayed during the parents' absence in Algona for the funeral of Mrs Karl Hoffman on. Wednesday of last week. Dr. Hoffman returned to his dental office yesterday. Dr. and Mrs L. R. Potter drove to Schaller Sunday afternoon to remain for a few days at the home of their daughter, Mrs Don McDonough, and family. A daughter born at St. Ann to Mr and Mrs Gene Schattschneider weighed 4 Ib. 11 oz., and has been named Gayle Jean. Mrs Schattschneider was dismissed from the hospital on Saturday byt the baby, whose birth was a bit premature, is remaining there through this week and is doing well. There are three other children in the family: Sally, 8; Kyle, 7; and Terry, 5; who eagerly await the homecoming of the new sister. Mr* Lloyd Wellendorf visited her daughter, Mrs Larry Anderson, at Des Moines, from Tuesday to Friday, and while there went with her to see My Fair Lady. She also paid several calls at Veterans' hospital to see her brother-in-law. Merle Wellen- who had his fourth bout with surgery Thursday. When she left him Friday he was said to be making satisiactory recovery, but has had a long session of illness. Mrs L. L. Snyder was hostess at a joint meeting of the two June Circles of Methodist WSCS on Thursday of last week. Mrs Anton Didriksen was a guest and presented an Easter Story. At the regular meeting of Order of Eastern Star which will be held Tuesday evening, April 6, there will be a special ceremony honoring past Marthas in this and other chapters and all are urged to be present. Mr and Mrs C. R. Schoby attended the 25th anniversary meeting of American Dairy Association held last week at the Pick-Congress Hotel in Chicago. Schobys flew there on Sunuay and returned to Mason City by plane Thursday. At the anniversary session past presidents were honored and among them was Mr Schoby who headed the organization, from 1949 to 1953, and then served for a time on the Board of Directors. Four past presidents were at the Marc Moore drove to Des Moines Monday afternoon taking Mrs Moore, Clara Amcsbury, and Mrs L. L. Riter on the first leg of a trip to Washington, D. C. The tnree Algona women went trom there witn other low- ans in a chartered bus to attend the 13th annual National Con- luroi.ix 1 01 ivopiiuiicun Women iic:iu April 1 and 2 at the Sheraton Park hotel where they were scheduled to arrive las>t evening. All three are officers in the Kossuth County Organization in winch tney have worked tor some time. The lowans in attendance at the Cqnterenpe will have lunch at the Capitol with lowa lawmakers mciuuing Rep. Jack Miller ana Sen. Hick- enloopcr. The Keynote speech will be given by Richard Nixon and among other speakers will be Barry Goldwater, Sen. DirK- sen, Gov. Scranton, Roy Bliss, and Gerald Ford. Geo. 'Murphy will be after dinner speaker at the Friday evening banquet. Workshops have also been set up for party workers. The chartered bus is scheduled to arrive back at Des Moines on Sunday evening. The Mankato State college students who have enjoyed a nine day Spring vacation returned to school Monday atternoon. The Nels J. Andersons took some of them including their daughter Joyce and Barbara Bartlett. Barbara will begin practice teaching next week in second grade at Richfield, a Minneapolis suburb. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall with Mr and Mrs Ernest Hutchison returned home a week ago this morning after an interesting and eventful two weeks vacation. They left here on March 11 in one of the Algona Flying Club's planes with Lewis piloting the Cessna. Flying into low overcast skies they landed that night at Hutchison, Kans., flew on again next day and with bad flying weather came down at Clinton, Okla. On Saturday, riot wishing to fly over mountainous couuuy m the dark, they set down at Wilcox, Ariz., just a short distance from Phoenix, their goal, where they landed Sunday morning at the airport in t-cottsdale. The Hutchison's daughter Deanne and husband, the Don Miniers and 19-months- old daughter live there and they visited them, also M>a Hutchison's brother, William Arnold, and his wife in Phoenix, the Marshalls, meantime, were guests of Maynard Guderian and his wife Grace, a sister of Mrs Merle Chamberlain. They started for home on Monday morning, March 22, and made good lime till they ran into a terrific dust storm at Dalhart, Tex., where they set down, and learned that a half hour later, a Bonanza crashed just a few miles south of there in the high wind. The local couples thought it much like our snow storms only dirtier. They landed again at Hutchison, Kans. to re-fuel, and continuing on home ran into head winds so set down at Crcs- ton where they remained Tuesday night, and because of poor visibility stayed there all of Wednesday, then flew on to Algona Thursday morning. Roger Didriksen spent Friday night with his parents enroutc irom Mason City to Pocahontas where he spoke Saturday ; on doil insect control at a Farmers' Clinic postponed because of stormy weather ten days earlier. He returned from Des Moines to Algona Monday to participate in the Corn and Soy Bean Clin- ic here postponed from March 18, held at the VFW hall, going on from here to Fairmont for another postponed session on Tuesday, tt was there he was marooned by the blizzard from March 16 to 10. Tuesday was the last of similar meetings he has been occupied with for the past two months in Iowa and Illinois. Now he Will begin set- ling up com test plots over (owa in readiness for planting where Shell chemicals will be used. Burt Mrs. Oeorge Mawcott Scott and Shawn, sons of the Earl Stevens, West Bend, spent Friday night and Saturday at Dean Andrews'. Their parents attended a teachers meeting in Sioux City. Guests Saturday were the Henry Mertzes, Wesley, Dale Struthers, Doan, Michael Scotts. The Earl Stevens were evening guests and took their sons home. Mrs. Henry Mertz, Wesley, returned home after a week in the Lutheran hospital at Port Dodge. The Dean Andrews visited her twice while she was a patient there. Quests at a farewell party March 29 at Mrs. Irene Lauritson's were Mrs. Janice Wolf, Mrs. Mable Hatten, Mrs. Blanche Larsen, Marian Doege, Joyce Reutzel, Karen Johnson and the Marvin Leinihgers, Doiliver. Mrs. Fred Gebken went to Iowa City March 31 for a checkup at University hospital. She has'been under a doctors care because of a slipped disc. Guests Saturday of Mrs. Jessie Rash were the David D. Millers, Chino, Calif., Mrs. C. O. Webb and the John Rashes, Algona, Mrs. Gary Webb, Michael and Alan, Pocahontas. Callers were the Louis Zinnells, Whittemore, who also called at B. E. Miller's. The Jolly Ten club had a 12:30 luncheon March 30 at Irma Doege's. Birthday Circle met March 31 with Irma Doege. Mrs. Goldie Leininger, Doili- ver, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Irene Lauritson. The George Leiningers, Council Bluffs, were guests Sunday. Mrs. Bessie Kruger, Willmar, Minn., was an overnight guest Thursday of Mrs. Floss Leasoft. she came tot the funeral of her brother, Albert Valentine. Two birthdays were observed at Aaron Kleiner's. Michelle wa's two March 25 and her father's birthday was March 29. The Rev. Wm. Scheers are parents of a 7 Ib. 10 02. daugh tef fclattic Mae, tofft March 29 at St. Ann hospital, they now have five daughters and two sons. Rev. seheer is pastor at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. Guests Sunday of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel were the Merrill Zwi@< fels. . , . awarded to folks who have had tht wonderful experience of becoming homo- owners . . , with our help. Wo con help you become • homo* owner. Just see us this week for • low-cost Homo Buying or Homo Building Loan. The Security State Bank 1. E. State Street 5-2487 Office in LuVerne THAN SORRY I Protect Your Investment with Livestock Insurance Insure your valuable livestock . . . and you're insured against big financial loss, should accident or disease destroy them. Get the facts and figures, here! Farm insurance C9itf little . . . can five plenty BLOSSOM INSURANCE COMPANY Phone 5-2735 109 S. Dodge Finest selection of Easter suits, coats and dresses—come in and browse around Just 2'/2 weeks until Easter — and our store is brimming over with beautiful spring clothes, Easter suits and coats and children's wear. Lead the Easter parade with a new outfit from SHEAKLEYS. Plenty of courteous salesgirls to help you make the "just right" selection. SHEAKLEYS of Algona 'YOUR STYLE CENTER FOR SPRING AND -EASTER"
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