<~A>9eno (la.) Upper Pat Malnftf Thursday Oct. 10, 195? Initiation For St. Joe C.D.A, On Oct. 14 St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America. Court St. Joseph. will hold reception nnd initial inn of new members Monday. Oct. 14 with a 6:3(1 p.m. pothirk dinner in St. Joseph'5 School Hall. Miss Marcella Fnndel. district deputy from Whittemore. is in charge. Committee in charge of the arrangements will be Mrs Milford Plathe. Margaret Reidmiller. Mrs Alvin Berte, Mrs Will Reding. Mrs William McGuire. Mrs Willio Becker. Mrs Eugene Kollasch. Mrs John Capcsius. Mrs Richard Mt-Kenna. Mrs Alphonse Berte and Lucille Illg. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas entertained in their home on Sunday with the following dinner and supper guests: Mr and Mrs Nick Marso and Math Marso from Twin Fall?. Idaho. Mr and Mrs Frank Cox from Livcnnore, Mr and Mrs Math Bormann and Barbara Kellner from St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs John Bor- martn nnd family. Mr pnd Mr? Ernest M. Gales and family and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family all from here. Donna Thul. daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul. student at Mankato Commercial College in Mankato. spent the weekend with home folks. Merle Laubenthal. son of Mr end Mrs Andrew Laubenthal. has returned home from Army service with his discharge after two years service, part of which was spent in Korea. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher is attending the Retreat for priests of the Sioux City Diocese at Trinity College in Sioux City this week from Oct. 7 to 11. Mrs Frank Redng, Mrs Frank Bormann and Mrs Adeline Wagner attended the C. D. A. workshop in Carroll on Sunday, Oct. 6th. Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6 was the host Court. Kay Ann Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs John B. Reding started work on Monday, Oct. 7, as receptionist in a hospital in Milwaukee, Wis. 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The wedding reception of Max- inc Mary Menke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurence Menkc of Bancroft and William E. Russell was attended on Saturday afternoon by Mr and Mrs John B. Reding, Mr and Mr? Ted Wagner. Mr and Mrs George Wagner, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner all from here. Miss Menke and William Russell were married on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in St! John's Catholic Church in Bancroft. Mrs Russell is a cousin of the Wagners. Mrs Juliana Voit from Algona is here convalescing in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, having been a medical patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona last week. Richard Faber, son of Mr and Mrs Rapheal Faber. observed his 9th birthday on Sunday, Oct. Gth with a birthday party. Mrs Nick Berte and Elizabeth Berte spent the past week in Denver visiting relatives. Henry Berte St. and Henry Berte Jr. Mr and Mrs Therman Pruitt have purchased the Mrs Alice Smith residence in Livermore, and plan to move after repairs are made. Mrs Pruitt is Dr. R. W. Beardsley's office receptionist and Mr Pruitt has an electric repair shop which will be at their residence. Mr and Mrs Pruitt have been living here in St. Joe on the late Peter Schmitt farm, now owned by Leonard McGuire's. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bormann and family moved into their new home last week which was constructed by the Wibben Construction Co. from Algona. 58 Attend 4 - H Girl's Leaders Session, Oct. 1 4-H Kossuth County girl's leaders Attended the first leaders' organization meeting of the 195758 club year held October 1 at the Algona Hotel, with 58 present. In addition to reviewing the new goals and plan of organization for the year, the leaders were greeted by members of the County Extension personnel, including Dean Barnes, county extension director and Bob Johnson, youth assistant. A special treat of the day included a demonstration on Danish pastry, presented by Elsa Erickson, a IFYE staying at the John Mosbach home in Whittemore. At the close of the meeting, the leaders had an opportunity to sample the..,baked products and visit with Elsa. "* One new club was added to the county list, which represents the Portland community. Their organization date was set for Oct. .2. Mrs Glen Larsen and Mrs M. J. Trunkhill are the new eaders. Other new leaders present include — Mrs Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota .Luckies: Mrs 'Owen Berhow and Mrs Harold Holmgren, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Mrs Orpha Briggs. Swea City Sweethearts: Mrs William Tokheim, Grant Go-Getters; Mrs Erwin Heldorfer, Greenwood Girls; Mrs Ervin Ulses. Burt Blue Birds; Mrs Frank Weber, Lu- Veme Peopy Pals. Mrs Ben Anliker, Garfield township, was welcomed as a new member of the county committee. The day's program was planned and carried out by the county committee including Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs C. A. Gutknecht, Mrs Aug. Studer. Mrs R. I, Anderson. Mrs Ralph Thomoson, Mrs Maynard Jensen and Mary Staudt, county extension home economist. Stanley Ruse Of Titonka A Bridegroom, Sept. 28 Titonka — Saturday afternoon, Sept. 28, at 4 o'clock p.m. Karen Ruth Reid of Letts, daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville T. Reid, also of Letts, and Stanley LeRoy Ruse, son of Mr and Mrs Dwigh" Ruse of Titonka, were married in a ceremony performed at the home of the groom's parents, by Rev. Max Goldman. The bride chose a light gray suit and white accessories while her matron of honor, Mrs Arthur Hix of Sexton, wore a dark green suit and black accessories. Both wore a pink sweetheart rose corsage. Arthur Hix, uncle of the groom of Sexton, was his attendant. A reception was held after the ceremony for about 30. Mrs Edward Harmes of Titonka cut and served the wedding cake while Mrs Victor Fitch poured. The bride is a graduate of the Letts High School while the groom is a graduate of the Titonka high school and served in the U.S. Army for two years. He is presently employed at the Western Electric Co. in Iowa City and they will make their home in West Liberty. (Glenn Studio Photo - UDM engraving) j . ... . '• "•" • T" ^ * Buffalo Boosters Elect The Buffalo Boosters 4-H club held a new Members Party at the Clarence Brandt home Monday after school Oct. 30. Their leaders J REGISTER TICKETS and carbon for all makes of machines. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. TYPING PAPER 500 sheets. 8'/ 2 X 11 98c Upper Des Moines Office Supply Depi, Algona Mrs C. F. Callies and Mrs Brandt were presented with gifts in recognition of their work with the girls. A Scavanger Hunt and games were played after which the girls enjoyed a weinie roast and picnic supper. Nine new girls attended. Election of officers were held and new President is Virginia Fritz; vice president is Sandra Gartner; secretary, Sylvia Eden; treasurer, Victoria Rakow; reporter, Kathleen Eden; photographer, Cynthia Rakow; historian, Kathy Willis; recreation, Patty Willis; and music, Linda Hansen. Mr and Mrs Raymond Ricklefs and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Willard Vanbrunt, Mr and Mrs Floyd Wilkenson of Truman, Minn., Mr and Mrs Pete Brewer, Mrs Bud Miller and daughter and Mrs Grace Brewer of Lakota were Sunday visitors at the home pf Mr and Mrs Wm. Ricklefs. The occasion was Mr Ricklefs birthday. Mrs Allen Eden, Sharon, Karen and Larry, Mrs Erwin Eden and Kathleen, called on Mrs Ted Van Hove, Jr. Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ronald Ortman Robert and Sandra of Burt, Mr and Mrs Lester Eden and family, Mr and Mrs Erwin Eden and family, Allen Eden and Sharon helped their mother, Mrs Louise Eden celebrate her birthftay Wednesday evening, Karen Van Hove spent Friday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters. Mr and Mrs Henry Redenius of Woden, Mrs Anna Swyter, Mrs Anna Alke were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Wm. and Jenne Alke. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove, Karen and Bobby were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Delbert Rusher and family at Vincent. Mr and Mrs Lowell Merrick and Jeanell of McHenry, N. D. were Monday and Tuesday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family. On Monday evening Mr and Mrs Geo. Sachau, Phyllis and Debbie and Mr and. Mrs J. L. Intermill and family were evening guests. The Merricks are relations on the Intermill side. Mr and Mrs Charles Beed are :he parents of a baby daughter born Oct. 1 at the Hancock at Memorial Hospital at Britt. She weighed 8 Ibs. 4 oz. and was named Charla Rae. Mrs Beed and baby came home Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Otto DeWall and sons Harold and Harlan of California are spending a two week vacation with their daughter, Mrs Kenneth Krantz and family. On their way here they visited Mr and Mrs Henry DeWall and family at Iowa City. Keith Nimerfro of Westbrook, Minn, is the new assistant barber at the Beaver Barber shop. Mrs Pearl Ricklefs entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Mrs Ethel Beed was a guest and Mrs Dorothy Hans, Mrs Irene Higgins and Mrs Ollie Bruns won prizes. Mrs Everett Rippentrop entertained at tea Saturday afternoon the committee on the Shower for Colleen and also to get acquainted with Mrs Harry Wells Sr. who was visiting at the Rippentrop home over the weekend. 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