Sf. Joe C.D.A, Elects New Officers May 9 St. Jnc - C.D.A. mot Wednesday evening, May n, at 8 o'clock with Grand Regent Mrs Evelyn Erpel- dmg presiding. Mrs Paul Erpelding and Mrs George Wagner gave a report on me c.D.A. State Convention attended at Council Bluffs April 26, 27 and 28. The Court gave $55 for upkeep of the Sanctuary Lamp in St. Joseph's church, with $380 the cost of drapes for school rooms in St. Joseph's school. Following the business meeting, election of officers was held. Mrs Francis Erpelding, grand regent, Mrs Nicholas Weydert, vice regent, Mrs Vernon Berte, prophetess, Mrs E. J. Gales, financial secretary and Mrs Peter Becker, musician, all will continue in their respective offices. Newly-elected were Mrs William McGuirc as lecturer, Mrs Eugene Thul as monitor, Mrs Robert Berte as treasurer, Mrs Milford Plathe as historian, and Mrs William Borman as sentinel. New trustees are Mrs Eugene Zeimet and Mrs Leonard McGuire. Two year trustees are Mary Jane Origer and Margaret Reidmiller and one year trustees are Mrs Marvin Reding and Mrs William Erpelding. Installation of officers will be held June 20. Mother-Daughter Banquet scheduled for May 29 at 6:30 in St. Joseph's school with reservations to be made with the C.D.A. Banquet committee by Sunday, May 27E. Lunch and a social hour followed the business meeting and election. 500 prizes were awarded (o Mrs Albert Thilges and Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Mrs Vernon Berte received plate prize. Alvina Harms, Burt, Engaged Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Burt, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alvina, shown here, to Philip Carlson, son of Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson, Burt. Miss Harms is employed at Security State Bank and Mr Carlson is employed at Ernie Williams, Algona. The wedding will take place June 30 at Burt Presbyterian church. (Glenn Photo — UDM Engraving) plant of Art's Way Manufacturing company. He was mayor for the past seven years. Barber will complete his term of office which runs until Jan. 1, 1964. Dr. Paul Gannon was appointed to the council post vacated by Barber. The council also purchased a 1962 Plymouth patrol car. _ The council discussed completion of the blacktopping project begun last summer. Marshal Harry Hansen received a $25 per month salary increase to bring his monthly salary k 4400. Richard Schreiber, Armstrong Was appointed swimming pool manager. Guards will be Joi Haisman, Janice Haisman, Davit' Fries, Jane Miller and Carmen Larson. Mr and Mrs Delano Grimm are parents of their first child, a daughter, born in St. Ann hospital in Algona May 6. Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte of here are the maternal grandparents with Mr and Mrs Eli Grimm of West Bend paternal grandparents. Neighbors and relatives gather- eel at the Ernest M. Gales farm Wednesday morning and prepared the ground and planted the corn and soybeans. Ernest M. Gales recently injured three fingers in a corn shelling accident. Mrs Alfred Reding, Mrs Joel Reding from here and Mrs Gerald Kirsch/from Wesley spent sevferal days 'last week assisting Mr and Mrs Ronald Evanson and daughter getting settled in their home In Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer and family arc moving to Waterloo this weekend where Mr Studer has employment. The Studers lived on UK; Frank Heding farm where Leonard was employed the past two years. Margaret Reidmiller entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs Peter Eormann, Mrs Anton Becker and Mrs K. J. Gales receiving prizes. Mrs John Thul entertains the club May 24. Swea Youth Is Bound Over On Break-In Charge Paul Hanson, 21, Swea City, was bound over to district court following a preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this mcrning (Tuesday) on a charge of breaking and entering. Appearance bund was set at $1,000 and was furnished. Ilmson wns apnrehended by Sheriff lUilph Lindhorst following investigation of a series of break- ins about M week ago. He admitted, according to the sheriff, entering the Farm Service Co. and the Martin Livestock Co. at Swea City. There was nothing taken from the Farm Service Co. and some gasoline was taken from the livestock firm after a padlock was pried from a gas pump. Sheriff Lindhorst is conducting further investigation into break-ins at Swea City, Lakota and Algona. About $50 was taken from the cash register at the D-X station at Lakota, nothing was taken from the Greim.mn Imp. Co. at Swea City and notiiing was taken after entrance was gained at Garrigan high school here. The break-ins occurred sometime Tuesday and Wednesday. U-Go-hGo Donna Kenyon was hostess to Ihe U-Go-l-Go 4-H Club May 8. Virginia Sifert and Kathy Besten- lehner were chosen for county chorus. Talks were given by Darla Carr and Donna Kenyon. Marlyt Lupkes gave a demonstration. A Mother's Day Tea was planned for May 16 at the Methodist chuivh. Mip. Paul Owens and Mrs. Gene Abbott were guest mothers. W. C. Barber Is New Mayor At Armstrong W. C. Barber, Armstrong city councilman since Jan. 1, was elected and sworn in as the mayor of Armstrong Monday ntigh. He replaces Robert Obbink who is going to manage a new branch Poppy Day To Be May 26 At LuVeme LuVcrne — Poppy Day will be observed Saturday, May 23, at Lu- Verne, according to Mrs. Ralph Davidson, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, with Mrs. Earl John chairman. Proceeds from sale of the poppies made by hospitalized veterans will be used for rehabilitation and child welfare work for disabled veterans and their families A bake sale was planned to ho held some Saturday in the near future. Lunch was served by Walkers and Bodes, Couple To Wed One wedding license was issued in County Clerk Alma Pearson's office this week. It went to Dennis J. Popp and Carol L. Rahe. both of Minneapolis, May 10. Plum Creek 4-H Plum Creek Boys -MI met May 2 at the Center schoolhoose. Plans were made for the June club tour which will be held June 9 anri will start at Jackie Keith's. Services For Irvington Lady Held Thursday Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel Chamberlain, f>5, were held lasl Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Irvington Presbyterian church, with Rev. Myron Browcr officiating. Mrs. Chamberlain, a resident of Irvington for 24 years, succumbed Monday afternoon of last week a» Si. Ann hospital. She had recently boon living with her son, Merle, in Algona. Burial was in Laurel Hill cemetery in Irvington, with McCul- lotiRh's handling arrangements. Pallbearers were Carl Seip, Ken Roney. Charles Reaper, Bob Casey, Bill Boldridge and George Olsen. Surviving are a son. Merle, <;( Algona, and a daug/.tcr, Donna Mrs. Lawrence Norris, Gle'lwoocl, Minn. For 21 years Mrs. Chamberlain was a <1-H leader, and active in church work. She was born Oct. 16, 1896, at Jolley, and was married there. Dec. 2.T, 1919, to Ellis Chamberlain, who preceded her in death in 1(150. Bit And Spur A meeting of the Bit and Spur flub was held al Eppo Bultens to discuss plans for a breakfast to bo held May 20 at the Algona airport from 6 till 10 in conjunction «iih the Seneca Club horse show. 'Mic public is invited. Pistol Shoot A peace officer's pistol shoot will In 1 hold at the National Guard arm- nry here May 24 at 7 p.m. Officers fnti-n the entire area are expected <> compote for a fine selection of pit/es. There will be no team event. Peace Corps Data Anyone interested in obtaining information about the Peace Corps is invited to a meeting at the Ft. Des Moines Hotel, Friday evening. May 1'!. starting at 7::i()'p.m. Person;; \\ith a farm background arc especially welcome at the meeting. Mary Fraser Rites Friday, St. Cecelia's A lifelong resident of Kossuth county, Mary E. Fraser, 73. succumbed Tuesday morning of last week. Funeral services were held last Friday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Msgr. P. P. Gearcn officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery, with Hamilton Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Jerry Eischeid, Danny Treston, Carl Reding, Duane Garmann, Stanley Patterson and Jack Strickler. Mrs. Fraser was the widow of .John Fraser. former Kossuth county supervisor. She was born Aug. :>(., IfillB, a daughter of Otto and Eva Garmnnn of St. Benedict. Sho was one of seven sisters. The six surviving sisters are Mrs. Gust a Patterson, Algona: Pauline, Mrs. M. J. Eischeid. Fort Dodge; Agnes, Mrs. Andrew Reding, Algona; Frances, Mrs. Frank Bondor, Kansas City; Hilda, Mrs. C. W. Conner, Des Moines; and Mathilda, Mrs. Gene Hood, Algona. A son and daughter also survive, Mrs. Arlene Emery and Kenneth Fraser of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser were married Feb. 16, 1915, in Algona, and farmed for many years south of here. Tuesday, May 15, 1962 Algona (Id.) Upper Des Moines-3 Algona Man's Mother Passes In Missouri Howard Platt, Algona, received word of the death of his mother, Mrs. Emma Platt, Saturday morning at Neosho, Mo. She would have been 88 May 28. She has been in failing health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Platt left Sunday to attend funeral services. Mrs. Platt was the daughter of | Sever and Katherine Halvorsen and was born at St. Peter, Minn. When she was only a month old the family came here via covered wagon. There was a brother John who died many years ago. To Mr. and Mrs. George Platl were born five children, George Jr., Neosho, Harvey, Kansas City, Howard, Algona, Mabel (Mrs. Ellis Runchey), deceased, and Helen (Mrs. Stanley Walker), de- ceased, and 10 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Plait moved to Nensho in 1920 and Mr. Phili died in l!)3:i. Townsendites To Send Delegate A fund-raising card party was held May ,'t by the Algona Townsend Club at the \V K. Carney home. 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