The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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glgona tipper ISe* to Minneapolis, Oct. 8 for a visit with relatives. SECTION 2 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1966 VOL. 101 NO. 80 Wesley Group Honor Ex-Residenf Weds Area Regents WESLEY - C. D. A. held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening. StaciaRichtsmeier, Irene Muehe and Josie Lickteig gave reports on the retreat they attended in Cedar Falls. Fifty- eight were in attendance. It was voted to give $25 to the Bishop's Christmas Charity. Pauline Pfeffer read a very interesting article about Pope John. Margaret Root, grand regent, announced that the annual autumn meeting of courts of the eastern part of the state is to be held at Waterloo Oct. 30. Following the meeting, 5 00 and bridge were played, Winners were Hazel Studer and Lulu Hanig, high and low in 500, and Mildred Arndorfer and Mary Bode in bridge. On the entertainment committee were Vanda Pfeffer, Mary Oesterreicher, Carol Youngwirth, Mary Krieps, Joan Grandganett, and Elizabeth Dornbier. Lunch was served by Barbara Lickteig, Viola Studer, Erma Kunz, Kathryn Hamilton, Thelma Blain and Marie Orthel. At the Nov. 8 meeting officers and past grand- regents from Algona, Whittemore, West Bend, Bancroft, St. Joe and St. Benedict will be guests. On that serving committee will be Sarah Raney, Rosalee Studer, Mildred Cosgrove, Linda Flaherty, Irene Hanig, Rosemary Stott, Helen Koppen, Marcella Studer, Esther Relslng, Janice Erdman, Majorie Goetz (Joe) and Mathilda Matz. Cu the entertainment committee will be Pauline Pfeffer, Dorothy Becker, Mathilda Goetz, Irene Peterson, Bernadine Hamilton, Helen Youngwirth, Josie Lickteig, Blanche Rasmussen, Rosalie Bonavia, Ruth Lickteig, Rita Youngwirth and Lucille Nel- Vicky Vane Carmean, daughter of Mrs, Mariette Carmean of Sac City and Dave Carmean of Marshalltown, and J. Bradley Steele, Willmar, Minn., were united in marriage at the First Presbyterian church in Sac City, on Saturday, Oct. 1. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Steele, until recently Algona residents, now living in Willmar, Minn. Dennis Miller, Algona, friend of the groom, was best man. A reception was held in the church following the ceremony. Attending the guest book was Jean Christiansen of Algona. son. - o The pupils of St. Josephs paro- chial school were taken to the Chief Theater in Britt where they saw "The Ten Comman- dents." The Garrigan bus transported the children In three shifts. Several ladies served them lunch in the late afternoon. Jack Krieps, Captain, and Dennis Youngwirth, Lt. Captain of the safety partol, served as bus patrols on the trips. Oct. 4, the entire staff of St. Joseph's attended the annual Diocesan Teachers' Institute at Carroll. - ' - A special Library workshop was held at St. Joseph's Oct. 8 in which Mrs. Eileen Johnson, Mrs. Jeannine Ack- ersoh, Mrs. Oscar Monson, Sister Anthony Marie, Sister Agatha and Sister Ralph participated. Fire prevention week was observed last week. Special poster? and material was used, and fire drills were held. - o 80 YEARS YOUNG . Mr, and. Mrs.GarritDeWaard. were hosts at an 80th birthday party Oct. 6 in honor of Mrs. De Waard's mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft Pommer, Algona. Present were Mrs. Pommer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft of Fenton; Mrs. John Hinrichsen (Margaret) of Ames; Miss Gertie Janssen and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Franzen of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pommer, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Woden; Mrs. John Kahl (Johnette) of Oregon, telephoned greetings to her mother. The De Waards attended an 80th birthday party honoring his mother, Mrs. Lyda De Waard of Woden, Oct. 5. - o - HURT IN CRASH Mrs. Gary Hejlik, the former Sally Dornbier, Britt, and her daughter, Cindy, were overnite patients in the Britt hospital Wednesday. They sustained minor cuts and bruises in a car - truck collision east of Wesley. Dennis Hejlik, driver of the car, sustained cuts, bruises, chest injury and a cracked pelvis and is hospitalized in Britt. - o Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer spent the weekend in Durand, HI. where they visited her brother-in-law, Ralph Crowley and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes, Mrs. Bernadetta Pfeffer and Concetta were Oct. 10 guests in the Ralph Bauer home in Whittemore in honor of Ralph's birthday. 500 was played. Mrs. Sarah Raney entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Her daughter, Mrs, Julia Forburger, was a guest, Erma Kunz and Margaret Root won high score prizes. This club had formerly met Saturday afternoons. Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg visited their son David and family in Burlington over the Oct. 2 weekend. They made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter who was born Sept. 14. They returned home along the river north to Me -Gregor to enjoy th When you've earned a '67 Chrysler, don't sell yourself short. 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Mrs. Lee Smith (Carol) of Arlington Heights, HI. spent a week recently with her mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, and her sister, Mrs. ChasVestrem(Don- nelle) and family. The Vest- rems and Mrs. Smith visited a brother, Lowell Erdman and family, and Diane Robinson at Decorah. Mrs. Erdman, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Vestrem called on the Pete Robinsons in Corwith Thursday. Prairie Neighbors met with Mrs. Fred Rasmussen Oct. 11. Mildred Arndorfer was assistant hostess. Marilyn Lickteig and Hazel Studer gave the lesson on "Selection and Fitting Undergarments." The women made favors for the Britt hospital. The Nov. 8 meeting will be at the August Studer home with Rosemary Dornbier assistant hostess. The lesson and display will be "Christmas Hobbies." Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer of Algona, formerly of Wesley, left Oct. 10 on a guided tour to Rome, sponsored by Sisters of Notre Dame. They will attend the dedication of a Notre Dame convent in Rome and are to return Oct. 24. 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