Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 17, 1965
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Officers for SUoeC.D.A. are elected St. Joe — Election of officers for C.D. of A. was held Wednesday, May 12. Officers for the '65-'66 term arc Grand Regent, Mrs. N. J. Weydert, re-elected; vice regent, Mrs. Marvin Reding, re-elected; prophetess, Mrs. George Wagner, re-elected; lecturer, Mrs. David McGuire replacing Mrs. Win. McGuire; monitor, Mrs. James Berte replacing Mrs. Eugene Tliul; financial secy, Mrs. Martin Friders, re-elected; treasurer, Mrs. Albert Thilges; historian, Mrs. Damain Cenlgraf, re-elected; sentinel, Agnes Berte, re-elected; musician, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, re-elected. Trustees are Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Ed Bor- mann and Mrs. Connie Kunkel. Installation of officers will be held at the June 16 regular meeting. Mrs. E. J. Kollasch gave a reading on Lets Come Alive for '65: Fight for Decency. A report was made by the welfare committee and discussions on the court's project for the year were held. The replacing and repairing of essentials needed in St. Joseph's school with specified details to be worked out before the June meeting. Court officers and past regents arc invited as guests of Court St. Cecelia, at Whittc< more May 21. Mrs. John Capcsius is courtesy chairman for May, June, July and August with every member of the Court assisting. Following the meeting lunch was served and cards were played. Mrs. Leonard McGuire received the plate prize with Mrs. Bernard Streit and Mrs. Wm. McGuire receiving high and second high prize in 500. The Mother-Daughter banquet will be held May 26 at 6:30 p.m. with Twin Rivers Band Mothers preparing and serving the meal. The committee in charge of arrangements is Mrs. John Capcsius, Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mrs. E, M. Gales, Mrs. Herb Kayser. Mrs. Donald Reding and Mildred Bormann. Reservations are to be made by May 23, with a member of the commillc or at the Kollasch grocery or Renie's grocery. HOUSEWAKMIN6 HELD The Joe Loebaclis, Hurt, were given a hotisewartning by relatives and friends Sunday with a pot luck supper at their farm home, They were presented groceries for their cupboard. Attending were the Milford Plathcs, Alvin Kleins, Ray Kohl- haascs, Ernest Bormanns and Wootlrow Johnson, from here, and the Joe Locbachs, Whitlc- morc. The Harold Rcdings spent Mother's Day with the Dale Chi- coincs, Jefferson. S. D. The Francis Erpcldings spent Sunday with Jim Erpelding, senior at Loras college, Dubu- quo. Jim, (he oldest son,, will graduate at Loras May 30, and will attend summer school at NEW BARGAIN RAT LONG DISTANCE CALLING New reductions make rates on many Long Distance calls lower than ever—now you can enjoy a .pleasant family chat at reduced rates every night after 6 o'clock and all day on both Saturday and Sunday! Why not catch up on family news by Long Distance. It's the next best thing to being there. New lower rates all day Saturday! You can now make a 3-mimite station-to-station call to anywhere in the continental United States (except Alaska) for $1.50 or leas all day Saturday to 8 p.m. (These rates also apply between G and 8 p.m. on weekdays.) Even lower rates all day Sunday! " Fake advantage of the lowest rates of all^—you can now call. anywhere in the continental United States (except Alaska) for $1.00 or less all day Sunday. (These rates also apply from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a,m, weekdaye and Saturdays.) „.,., , hown ,,„.,„. Northwestern Bell TONIGHT Creighton in Omaha. Mrs. Paul Erpelding is it home from injuries received in a fall down the basement Stiijfs Monday. Mrs. John Erpetding, Whittemore, a s i s t e f4ft«Ifcw spent several week. days here this 4-H club news CRESCO CHUMS The monthly meeting of! the Cresco Chums was held Ajifil 27 at 7:30 in the Extension pf- fice in Algona. Old and;hew business was discussed at|d it was decided that the February meeting, which was canceled, would be held May 18. Arrahge- ments were made for the' May Mother's Tea. Talks given were by Virginia Gisch and Zelda Meehlhausc. Lunch was se'fved by Sherri Roethler and Gloria Canaday. ; ; >• The Cresco Chums held their annual Mother's Tea May 3?,at 7:30 in the Extension Office^at Algona. Old and new business was discussed and .Virginia Gisch's resignation was'accept- ed. A film and demonstration was given by Mrs.- Marcella Chapman from Mason ?Gity^ and Mrs. Richard Campney from Burt. Both are of the Iowa Heart Assn. Lunch ^s$; served by Debbie Sabin,' Mary 1 ' Zaugg, Virginia Roethler,.Mary Besch and Patti Besch. . ' ,'rfM r.; ; ; ' and Mrs. Joe Kouba, Mrs. Winifred Bfowri of MfifshalltoWfi was a weekend guest, fhey all attended the funeral of the ladies brother, Wilbur Shipman at Mason City on Saturday. Mf. and Mfs. Heftfy E. Smidt of Britt visited Tuesday evening with Mr, and Mrs. John Adams Sr. J. C. Johnson of Des Moittes visited Thursday afternoon at the John Adams Sr. ,home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter visited Friday everting with Mr. and Mrs. John Adams. Mrs. Emma Bogard visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Tillie Gee; Mr; and Mrs. Paul Van Helton and family visited her mother, Mrs. Alice Willimsen at Lynnville 1 'Mother's Day. Mrs. Phil Puffer, Ann Meyers attended a birthday party'Sat- urday .afternoon at the L. W. Gillespieihorrte in Algona. Mrs. George Manus and Anna Meyers were the honored guests. Geri Lynn and Roger Wil- liams spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs; Lee Williams. Mrs. Williams spent the weekend visiting her father, Marlih Romp at the Mercy hospital at Mason City and her mother, Mrs. Romp at Garner. Mrs. R. C. Welter visited her sister, Mrs. Lydia Huber at the rest home in Buffalo Center on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mortimer spent Sunday at the home of their daughter and family, Mrs. Ray Green in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lafe Oxley Sr. is a patient at the Park hospital in Ma son City. Mrs. Fred Marks Jr. returned home from Springfield, 111., being called there to the death of her step mother, her father accompanied her home for a Visit. Mrs. Tjeren Nerem visited her mother, Mrs. Lydia Lund at Lu Verne on Thursday. Several from Corwith attended the funeral of Wilbur Ship man at the Wesley Methodist 1 church in Mason City Saturday,. R.N.A. met on Thursday eVe* ning at Jerfy's Cafe with Mrs. John Daniel, Mrs. Arnold Heise and Mrs. Charles Claude. Mrs. Luverne Thompson, M6N5AY, MAY l 2-ALG6NA (I6w«) ADVANC6 Mrs. Kenneth Wagflef " and daughters visited Sunday . eve- nittg at the Clarence Jtifgutisen home, Kossuth County Advance SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I am not now a regular subscriber to the Kostuth County Advance but would like to to, Begin my subscription immediately. Bill mo for $5.00 the lint of next month. — 102 issues — Delivered Monday and Thursday — NAME ADDRESS I I • I I • I I I I t LOTTS CREEK LASSIES A Mother's Day' !?$Sj|'of • the Lotts Creek Lassies;'was held May 4, at St. Michael's Hall, Whittemore. There 'iwiere; 35 members and 34 mothers and guests present with each 'girl pinning a corsage on her mother a guest. Pledges were led by Pam Kirsch and Anne] Foley. Committees were appointed for Dad's Night. A speicial workshop was planned for June 7. A talk was given by Susan Walker. Demonstrations were by Mary Anliker, Arlene Anliker, and Sandra Walker. Mrs. Marcella Chapman and Mrs. Richard Campney. of the Hegrt Association "showed a v ' film j and gave a,demonstration on mouth- to-mouth respiration. Hostesses were Arlene and Mary,-Anliker, Karen Fuchsen, Marilyn Gengler and Janet Origer. "Reporter is Kathy Besch. J\, , *' *** Skip and Carol Fish- of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish. : ^;" Mr, and Mrs, Dale Johnspk- and girls visited her• •pareritpf Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr at Algona on Sunday. Mrs. Lucille Johnson of Sheldon and Kenneth Barker . Of Rock Rapids were Friday overnight guests at the home of Mr, ^!3M^!3i£|»^i;<SM^^ WE ARE PROUD TO SPONSOR YOUR SENIOR GRADUATION PICTURES 1 • -, •' '. ' ' ' '- : ' ! . ' Titonka Savings Bank 1 A Good Bank • A Good Town And Good Peopl* tlNUA Hitni »AMtS PAULSkN JUDITH STABEfS CHAIft.eUE AS* f.Ll-EK SUIOT NICE GOING, GRADS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• to the WEST BEND SENIOR CLASS- Lift to right. Donna Doty, Deborah Peterson, George Bargman, Eldon Banwart, Bill Dodd, Rose I la Dykstra, Linda Anliker. Left, to right, Carol Baas, Nancy Berninghaus, Erma Thilges, Dennis Besch, John Zohhon, Karen Christensen, Jane Mikes. Left to right, Barbara Abbas, Martin Zaugg, Louis Schneider,'Sharon Christensen; Jim Hoskins, James Miller, llene Gerber. Left to right, Jeannette Stetzel, Patricia Schafer, Mary Orwig, Sheryl Lampe, Ervin Thilges, Diana McQuown, Richard Kisch. Left to right, Nancy Jones, David Fehr, Dwight Jackson, Sharon Stoulil, Jeanne Banwart, Delores Wirti, Thomas Helleseth. Left to right, Leroy Thilges, Diana »"*etiger, Mary Smith, Bill Fogarty, Judy Ann Wirti, Miry Pit Runchey, Linda Burns, WE ARE PROUD TO OFFER OUR BEST WISHES TO THESE GRADUATES — Photos by Wolti Stydio, Des Moin.i ~ West Bend Co-op. Creamery West Bend West Bend Elevator Co. West Bend West Bend Auto Co. West Knecht's Standard Service "Rambler §•!«* ft Service" IOWA STATE BANK OF WEST BEND DONNA'S BEAUTY NOOK SOHAFER'S STORE-Qrittrto I Dry Beeti LEON'S BAKERY- WEST BENO WILSON HARDWARE Appliances — Sporting Goods — Gift Ware — Hovsewtre WEST BEND PROCESSING 00,

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