The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1965
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Dei MolnM tuetday, March 2, 1965 Wesley Guild Re-Elects Its Four Officers WESLEY - St. Josephs Guild held a regular meeting Feb. 16. A pot luck lunch was served at 7 with officers serving on the kitchen committee. The officers have been reelected. They are Hertula Wingert, pres., Sally Studer, vice, Anna Mae Herner, sec., and Eileen Johnson, treasurer. At the March 16 meeting a fish luncheon will be served before the meeting by Circle 1. Haeel Studer gave a talk on Catholic charities and Coleen Studer talked on rural youth, -o- IS PROMOTED Stephen Doughan has been promoted to Airman first class in the U.S. Air Force at Scott A.F.B. ILL. He is an administrative specialist in a communications unit. Steve is a son of Vincent Doughan of Wesley. His wife is the former Patricia Youngwirth, daughter of the Luke Young- wirths. They have two small children. -o- SHOWER HELD Barbara Keeton of Mason City was honored at a pre-nuptlal shower In the Methodist church parlors Feb. 15. She is a daughter of the George Keetons of Tucson, Arizona, and will become the bride of Roger Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Carlson of Wesley, Feb. 27. -o- MUSIC WORKSHOP Father R. W. Phillips and Father Mason attended the music demonstration at St.Mary'sgym, Storm Lake, Feb. 14. The demonstration was for music for various types of church music, including hymns, psalms, antiphonal singing and the mass. Fifteen hundred people participated in a learn by doing workshop. Sister Ralph of the parochial school here, Irene Hanig, Helen and Ruth Llckteig, Anna Mae Herner and Rita Eisenbacher also attended the demonstration, -o- HEART DRIVE ;• .:-•"•'' $110.38 was collected in Wesley in the recent Heart Fund drive. Workers were the Mesdames, Alice Hill, Ed Johnson, Holland Heard, Bernard Schrauth, John Muehe, Al Loebig, Wilfred Loebig, Frank Johnson, P.C. Haynes, Geo. Vitzthum and Viola Studer, also Irene Hanig, Lucille and Anna Mae Hirner. Mrs. Cliff Anfinson is chairman, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hrubes attended the funeral of his uncle, Albert Hrubes, 83, at Duncan, Feb. 17. P.C. Haynes entered the Britt hospital Feb. 16 for medical care. He had been ill with the flu and complications for 10 days. Lawrence and Otto Fox and their sister, Mrs. Esther Schroeder entertained their 500 club Feb. 21. Mrs. John Lickteig entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Feb. 16, for medical care. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Meurerand Jim went to Des Molnes Thursday where Mr. Meurer had a post- surgery check-up at Veterans hospital. Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, March 3. Mrs. Ruth Ricke has purchased the Oliver Young house and will move from the Bill Ryan house some time after the Leo. Froeh- lichs move from it to Uie late Emma Studer house which they have purchased. Bill Hanigs bought the Lawrence house and will move from the farm southwest of Wesley. Yo-Yo club met Feb. 24 in the Methodist church parlors, with the Luther Nygaards, Herman Wise's and Geo. Ostercamps hosts. Their March meeting will be the annual out-of-town dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Carlson spent Feb. 17-18 in Iowa City where she had a check-up at University hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Detmer- Jng attended the Swine Growers Association banquet at Burt Feb. 18. The meeting marked the completion of a short course on swine improvement. Women attending the short course on Nutrition, given by Dr. Maxiae Hinton of Ames, at Algona Feb. 16 and 23, includes Mesdames Anton Pearson, Tom and Geo. Lickteig, Chas. Nygaard, L.L. Lease, Cliff Anfinson, Joe $kow and Robert Boleneus. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean were Feb. 14 dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home in Britt. The occasion honored the birthday of Guy IMmond, former Wesley farmer, now living: in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Smith returned Wednesday from several week's vacation In Florida and Texas, and other Gulf states. Mrs. R.C. Bauer entertained her bridge club Feb. 18. Mrs. \V'm. Hrubes and Mrs. John Bauer were guests. Mrs. Helen Youngwirth was honored at a birthday party at the home of her son, the John Youngwirths Feb. 1C. Guests were her three sons and three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dick, Larry and Luke Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Dick May of LIvermnre and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps. Cards were played, followed by lunch. Gifts were presented to the honoree. The baby born Feb. C to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Youngwirth in St. Ann hospital, Algona, was baptized Feb. )G by the infant's uncle, Father James Fandel of Lake City. Sponsors were the baby's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Conlon of Emmetsburg, and the infant was named Delmar Edward. Kenneth DeWaard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike DeWaard of Wesley, and Linda Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wood of Woden, were married Jan. 30 in the Methodist church at Woden. The young couple will live on a farm near Britt. Bill Goetz, Alvin Becker and Merle Rasmussen attended the state American Legion meet- Ing In Des Moines Feb. 13-14-15. Vine Eisenbacher plans to remodel the house on the Jim Hilferty estate farm south of Wesley which he has purchased. A new kitchen and bathroom will be added and new wiring installed. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Adolf and children of Everly were Valentine guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martinek. Wesley township home-makers met Feb. 15 in the Joe Skow home. Mrs. Joe Goetz wasassist- ant hostess. Three guests were present. The annual Valentine handkerchief exchange was held. Mrs. John Paulson presented a lesson on recreation, with games, contests and music. Pupils of St. Josephs parochial school will sponsor a book fair Feb. 2G-27-28 in the parish hall. They will present a program Feb. 26. Mrs. Mary Bluml, housekeeper at St. Josephs parsonage, was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Thursday night for medical care, tests and xrays following a fall on the ice near her.home. Mary Reding Is Queen Nominee Of Riverdale Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met Feb. 13, at the St. Joe School Hall, with Vicky McGuire presiding. Pledges were led by Vicky McGuire and Mary Reding. Each girl answered roll call with a picture she would like to have In her room. Jean and Joan Reding gave a talk of personal grooming. "Framing a Picture" was demonostrated by Kathy Plathe, Mary, and Kathy Reding. Mary, Jean, Joan and Kathy Red- Ing showed us how to do textile painting, after which each girl painted a design on a dish-towel. Mary Reding was chosen to be our queen candidate for fun night which is to be held at the Bancroft Public school on Feb. 27. It was announced that all girls, their parents and friends, are invited to a farewell party for Norma Morgan, Kossuth County Home Economist. The girls who have enrolled in the clothing project also had a special meeting, as did the girls who are taking Foods and Nutitition. Recreation was also held. Our leaders are: Organizational, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien; Home Furnishings, Mrs. Ted Hilbert; Food and Nutrition, Mrs. Albert Thllges; Clothing, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien; Gardening, Mrs. Bill McGuire; Junior leaders are Rosa Lee Illg in Arts and Crafts, and Sandy O'Brien, Clothing. Guests included Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. Edwin Thllges, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and Mrs. Art Illg. Rosa Lee Illg and her mother were hostesses. Reporter is Michelle Thllges. is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman, rural Burt. Out Of Hospital Terry Tieman, Burt, seriously Injured Christmas, when a gun in the hands of a friend accidentally discharged, was released this week from the University hospital, Iowa City. He Heart Meeting Held Monday At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - A Heart Fund Drive meeting was held Monday at the Angus Cotton home, with Marcella Chapman, Mason City, in charge. Mrs. Donald Mitchell, Burt, Kossuth county chairman, and Joyce Hayden, county health nurse, were also present. Mrs. Clair Bellinger is in charge of Fenton twp., with Mrs. Robert Marlow, Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mrs. Ervin Luedtke, Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mrs. Gerald Radig and Willis Bellinger as helpers. Mrs. Dennis Priebe is in charge of the town of Lone Rock and Mrs. Gene Harson, EdaLong, Mrs. Roger Long, Mrs. Larry Ramus and Mrs. Frank Flaig will be her assistants. LIVELY ROCKETS Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club met Feb. 13 at the home of Phyllis Cherland. Patricia Lynch was appointed queen candidate for fun night at Bancroft Feb. 27. The officers are to decide on an idea for an exhibit for Algona 4-H Day. Talks were given by Joan Bernhard, Susan Lynch and Ellen Lynch. A demonstration was given by Phyllis Cherland and she also showed her personality book and gave a tour of her bedroom. The guest mother present was Mrs. Sam McCleish. After the meeting the girls were taught how to embroider. - o - Mrs. E. A. Lee entertained a group of ladies Thurs. night in honor of Mrs. Pauline McGuire's birthday. Guests included Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. EdaLong,Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Esther Flaig and Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn left Saturday for California where they will visit their son Cletus and family at Los Angeles and their other two sons and families, Krywood and Willard, Oakland. They stopped at Cedar Falls before leaving for Calif, to visit their daughter and family, the James Thuls. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee spent the weekend at Iowa City visiting their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neswold. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Roy Thompson, Arnold, Nebr., Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Mr. L. A. Newbrough attended the funeral of Mrs. Newbrough's sister, Mrs. Levie A. Wells, Elmore Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Hackensack, Minn., stopped at the A. A. Kruegers Sat. noon Be In Style! —OLD TROUSERS TAPERED A PLEATS REMOVED. —ALL LADIES AND MEN'S CLOTHING ALTERED AND REPAIRED. 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