The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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Wesley Guild Names Various New Officers WESLEY - St. Joseph's Guild held their regular monthly meeting Oct. 18 with very good attendance. Mike Smith, an insurance agent, showed a movie on estates and gave a talk on that subject. A complete report was given on the turkey dinner served in September. Father Phillips talked about his attendance at the national D.C.C.W. convention in Miami, Fla., at a time when tornado winds and rains struck the city. Helen Johnson, card chairman, gave a report on cards she had sent to new mothers and sick members. Hazel Studer announced the names of new members of the local D.C.C.W. She is parish representative; Maud Studer, charity chairman; Mary Bode, spiritual development; Erma Kunz, rural life; Rita Youngwirth, public relations; Helen Johnson, legislative; Sally Studer, organization and development; and Eileen Johnson, youth chairman. A D.C.C.W. workshop will be held in St. Cecelia's Academy hall Oct. 27. Mrs. Alvin Becker's name was drawn for door prize. - o- AUTO VICTIM . Relatives here received word of the death of Michael Studer, 19, son of the Eddie Studers and grandson of the late Ed Studer. The young man was killed in- stantly when the car in which he was riding skidded on a wet street in Muikato, Minn., and struck a pole. His* parents had lately moved from Chaska, Minn, to Phoenix, Ariz. He remained in Mankato for his second year at the college. They returned for the funeral Tuesday morning in Chaska. - o- Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Rlchts- meier spent the Oct. 16 weekend in Minneapolis visiting their son, Vincent and family, and their daughter, Frances. Jim and Vern Olson visited their father, Warren Olson of Rudd, at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday evening. He entered the hospital that day for care of a heart condition. Dr. Jongewaard is having a two-story addition built to the east side of .their house. On the first floor a bedroom will be enlarged and a study added. On the second floor a bedroom will be enlarged and a bedroom and bath room added. The Happy Huck Club met with Eileen Johnson Wednesday. Minnie Frimml entertained the auction bridge club Thursday. The Corwlth-Wesley band went to Cedar Falls Friday where they took part in the Homecoming parade. Mrs. Justine Becker reports a new granddaughter, Sue Elizabeth, born Oct. 18 at St. Ann hospital to Mr. and Mrs. (Norman) Don Reding of St. Joe, making the young couple a family of one son and four daughters. The local kindergarten pupils and their teacher enjoyed a ride on the fire truck Tuesday in observance of Fire Prevention Week. Dr. Raney, fire chief, instructed them on fire prevention. Philip Inntan Elected As St. John's Ass'n Head CHANGE IN BANKING HOURS STARTING NOVEMBER 5, 1966 DURING THE WINTER MONTHS, IN ADDITION TO OUR REGULAR HOURS, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 9 A.M. - 3 P.M., YOUR BANK WILL BE Installation of new officers for the Home and School Association, St. John School, Bancroft, will take place on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 8 p. m. The newly elected officers are president, Philip Inman; vice president, Edmund Rlchter; secretary, Mrs. Joe Kramer; treasurer, Mrs. Dean Kienitz. In the above picture, Sister Mary Angelita, OSF, grade school principal, at left, and Rev. Victor F. Ramaeker, high school principal, right, congratulate Mr. Inman on his new office and honor. The Executive committee includes Monsignor Joseph Schultes, superintendent; the Rev. Victor F. Ramaeker, high school principal; and Sister Mary Angelita, grade school principal. Members of the seven standing committees and their chairman are as follows: Membership committee: Gene Bollig, chairman, Ray Williamson, Clem Brandenburg, Mrs. Ed Blocker and Mrs. Jim Coady. Program committee: Mrs. Jim Vaske, chairman;MikeSchrandt, Wayne Lynch, Mrs. Albin Kayser and Mrs. George Merron. Educational tours and projects committee: CharlesQuinn,chair- man; Leander Vaske, Mrs. Art Welp, Mrs. Don Arndorfer and Richard Schwankl. Nieghborhood influence committee: The Rev. Francis Hlggins, chairman; Richard Chipman, Ray Goche, Mrs. Don Schillington and Mrs. Henry Thilges. Safety and health committee: Thomas Deitering, chairman; Gene Elsbecker, Sister Mary Rosaire, Mrs. Francis Stork and Mrs. Joe Wollner. Publicity committee: Sister Mary James, chairman; Mrs. Ralph Cayler, Mrs. Phil Doocy, A. C. Accurso and Delbert Ferguson. Teacher aide committee: Mrs. Flora Bradley, chairman; and Mrs. Joe Welp. This organization is in its third year in operation. Officers for the past two years were A. C. Accurso, president; Tony Schneider, vice president; 'Mrs. D. J. Welp, secretary; and Mrs. Ralph Cayler, treasurer. SATURDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON For 24 Hour Service U«e Our Bank Deposit, Letter Drop, tor Our Bank By Mail Service. Iowa State Bank! "\T THE TIME & TEMPERATURE SIGN" ALGONA, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson visited his brothers, Obid and Orville Larson and their sister, Carrie Anderson, at Holmes Oct. 16. Guests in the Rev. Curtis Anderson home several days last week were >her mother, Mrs. Florence. Oien of Mayville, No. Dak., and her sister and family, the Truman Nelsons of Glyndon, Minn. Mrs. Don Vogel and children of Churdan spent Oct. 21-23 in the parental Mrs. Jo Meurer home. A T. B. luncheon was held at the Algona Hotel Friday noon, followed by a workshop. Mrs. Hazel Studer, chairman of Prairie twp., and Lois Bentele, chairman of Wesley twp., were in attendance. The past Grand Regents club of C.D.A. will meet at Van's Cafe Oct. 26 for a 6:30 dinner party. They will enjoy an evening of cards at the home of Mrs. • Marie Kunz in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson of Woodstock, HI., visited his sister, Mrs. Jessie Sheridan,' and his niece, Mrs. L. T. Root and > 'Mr.''R > 66t^ Thursday and Fri- 1 day. Beatrice Hildman attended a Kossuth county meeting of the Food Service Assoc. at St. John's cafeteria at Bancroft Oct. 12. She and Agnes Lickteig are cooks at St. Joseph's parochial school. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Welsh of Bloomington, HI. were guests of the A. N. Rlchtsmeiers last week. They are cousins. The three dens of Boy Scouts met at the city hall where Dr. H. H. Raney, fire chief, gave them a talk on fire prevention and showed them the remodeled and redecorated city hall and the new city well. Jerry Blain, younger son of the Lester Blains, had an appendectomy in the Britt hospital Monday. BEFORE YOU BUY You must see the 1967 "NOW" Cars FROM AMERICAN MOTORS Don't be satisfied with a warmed-over model from last year. Swing with the Rebel, Ambassador or American from THE 1967 American Motors, SEE THEM AT THE 1967 •HP^ JP^BI ^•Pjp' GUP Local ASCS Crew Giving Assistance At Belmond Thirty-five ASCS bin crewmen with trucks and tractor loaders started Monday, Oct. 17 helping with tornado clean-up work In Belmond, announced F. R. McLain, chairman of the Iowa Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) State Committee. Fourteen ton-and-a-half hoist equipped trucks, six tractors with Industrial loaders, and fifteen pickups are also being provided by ASCS. Crews are Instructed to report to and operate under the direction of the Iowa National Guard or Highway Patrol. ASC county committees in fifteen counties have sent men and equipment to help. Counties represented are Kossuth, Wright, Hancock, Webster, Palo Alto, Polk, Story, Calhoun, Cerro Gordo, Pocahontas, Greene, Franklin, Hardln and Humboldt. Kossuth County ASCS have men and equipment from the bin crew at Belmond helping with the clean-up work. Equipment sent from Kossuth ASCS is a 3/4 ton truck; 1 1/2 ton truck with hoist; one large machine trailer- tractor and industrial loader. Men helping with the work from the ASCS bin crew are Cletus Miller, Vernon Burns, Merlin Mertz, Robert Braatz and Reinhard Lleb. "We have instructed these men to remain as long as they are needed," concluded McLain. 35 Cars And Trucks Sold Thirty-five new vehicles were registered last week at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. Owners are: Chevrolet - D. L. or Ruth Blair, Swea City, truck; 0. G. Budlong, Titonka, pickup; I. L. or Lillian Smith, Armstrong, pickup; R. T. Kollasch, Whittemore; Ottie Brandt, Ledyard; M. L. or Dorothy VanderWaal, Algona; L. D. Larson, SweaCity; Mary R. Derner, Whlttemore; L. L. Gaedke, Jr., Ledyard; A. C. Busch, Ledyard; Garrigan High School, Algona. Ford - R. E. Hinz, Buffalo Center, pickup; Leonard Mlno, Swea City, truck; H. F. and Patricia Hensely, Algona; R. C. or Elaine Stenzel, Elmore; A. E. Anderson, Lakota. Bulck - F. G. Nitz, Ledyard; No. la. Sewing Machine Co., Algona (2); M. E. or Alberta Busch, Ledyard. Pontiac - P. P. Gearen, Algona. GMC - No. Cent. Pub, Serv. Co., Algona, pickup; J. S. Johannesen, Lone Rock. IHC - Burt Coop Elev. Co., Burl. Rambler - E. L. or Margaret Franks, Swea City. Dodge - P. E. Inman, Bancroft, E. F.Fitzgerald, Armstrong; Dorothy H. Laird, Algona; A. P. Reding, Bode; Bruno or Frances Bruns, Titonka. Chrysler - F. J. Berte, Bode. Mercury - D. D. Nauman, Elmore; Katherlne Gllmore, Algona. Plymouth - St. Michael's Parish, Whlttemore; H. A. or Dorothy Graham, Algona. Thursday, Oct*b*r 27, 1966 Algeria (la.) 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