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(to.) Upp»r D*>« Moirm Thundoy. March 25, 1965 SEEK CLOTHING Church World Service appeal for good used clothes has announced truck pick-up dates for the year. All donations should be packaged and labeled ready for shipment and delivered to the First Congregational church: April 5-7, July 19-21, October 25-27. Rev. Harcey Is in charge of shipping and requests that boxes be delivered to the church Saturday prior to pick-up date if possible. A special appeal is for blankets this year. Processing charge of ten cents per pound for clothes and 30 cents for each blanket is requested. Clothing of all kinds, ready to use, is needed and is stock piled with trained personnel readv to administer aid within 24 hours In disaster areas. - o - MOTHER'S BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson were at Rerwlck last Tuesday, guests of the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erdman where the birthday of the mother Mrs. Charles Armstrong was observed. Mrs. Armstrong is going to Llvermore April 1 for a visit of a few months with Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Erdman. - o - HOST CARD CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld entertained their card club Sunday evening. High score prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilonfeld. Low score prizes went to Harold Knecht and Mrs. William Tordoff. - o - HAVE VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert had as guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bernau and family of Charles City and Gary's parents of West Bend. All ate dinner at a cafe in celebration of the birthday of Gary. - o - BRIDGE WINNER Mrs. Anton Didriksen was hostess to her bridge club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Alec Dermand, a guest, was high score prize winner. - o HOST CLUBS Mrs. Phillip Diamond is entertaining her bridge club Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Snere were hosts to their "Couples Club" Saturday evening. - o - HOST LUNCHEONS Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley were hostesses at a bridge-luncheon Wednesday at Charlie's Supper Club. Mrs. Allen Buchanan was winner of the high score prize, Mrs. Marie Kunz was second high winner, Mrs. M. H. Honstruch was low and Mrs. Joe Straub wen the St. Patrick's prize. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. Lester Johnson entertained the Eight Specks card club Wednesday evening, March 24. - o - SLATE MEETINGS Meetings of Methodist W.S.C.S. circles were cancelled March 18 but •will meet March 25. - o - ATTEND DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Trout attended a State Park custodian's dinner Saturday at Gull Point at Okoboji. - o - FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hanson of the Doan vicinity entertained a a family dinner March 14 in honor of the eighth birthday of their daughter Debbie. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Fred funk, Huroboldt, uncle and aunt ol the honoree, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk, maternal grandparents. . o- HOUSEWABMING A housewarraing was given Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hagg who have moved into their new home. Guests were Mrs. Emma Hagg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely, Ross Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin cauioun, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Mrs. Mildred Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Rutledge and Lexes, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Welland ami Tim of Weslev. Mmi; • i, \\nsl('\, fnrtiiic. I)avi<l Gougo, Algona, medical; Nicholas Nomniors. Bancroft, morti- cal; dismissed: Sister Mary Isadnr, Mrs. Ruth Ann Schneider, Mrs. Hose Medin, Alpona; William Meyer, Whittemore; Ernest Widen, Corwith. March 22 - Admitted: E. R. Mawdsley, Mrs. Katherine McMurray, Mrs. Gladys Dransfeldt, AAgona, medical; Ambrose Vaske, Mrs. Thomas Cogley, Bancroft, medical; Richard Schmidt, medical, Michael Bnsch, T & A, Whittemore; Lee Hermann, Bode, T & A; dismissed: Mrs. Mary Sifert, AlRona. assisted by Mrs. Raymond Picht, Alice and Mrs. Alfred Zielski. Mrs. Kelly's corsage of red roses, and Mr. Kelly's boutonniere, a white carnation, were gifts from their sons and wives. A display entitled "40 Years of Harmony", was arranged by Janyce and her daughters and consisted of pictures and th« marriage certificate of Otto Kelly and Hattie Osborne. Rev. O. E. Johnson, pastor of the First Methodist church of Swea City at that time, officiated at the marriage ceremony. The Kellys moved to Grant township In 1928 and to their present home in 1942. HOSPITAL NEWS March 16 - Admitted: Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs.May- nard Kressln and baby, Fenton. March 17 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schneider, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 15 oz.; admitted: Harold Crowner, Hartley, medical; Sister Mary Berchmans, West Bend; dismissed: Mrs. John Lande and baby, and James Arend, Algona. March 18 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kissner, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 5 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Merle Teeter, Albert Sorenson, Steve Loss, Algona, medical; Sheila Hannover, Whittemore, burns. March 19 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. James Gade, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 1 1/2 oz.; admitted: Sister Mary Isador, Algona, medical; dismissed: Rex Taylor, Algona; Harold Crowner, Hartley. March 20 - Admitted: Mrs. Mary Sifert, Algona, medical; dismissed: Baby Joseph Kennedy and Ambrose Vaske, Bancroft; Mrs. Myrna Teeter, Algona. March 21 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Reding, Bode, girl, 5 Ibs., 12 oz.; admitted: Charles Style Show For Homemakers At Swea-Eagle SWEA-EAGLE - Eagle Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Mancil Hurllmrt March 9. Mrs. Jim Koons and Mrs. Jim Rock assisted the hostess. Mrs. Hurllnirt presented a reading. Mrs. Virgil Tokheim and Mrs. Onnal Guinn will take the lesson on fabrics to be presented at the April meeting and Mrs. Hurlburt and Mrs. Warren Brones will report on the nutrition course. Mrs. Virgil Cummins of Fairmont presented a show of spring fashions. Models were her daughter, Carla Kay, and Slieryl Kvamsdale, Susan Rock and Mike Thompson. WED 40 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly held open house March 14 to observe their 40th wedding anniversary. The event was sponsored by their sons and wives, Emerson and Jean and John and Janyce. John welcomed the 170 fc Relatives and friends who signed the guest book. Janyce, assisted by her daughter, Linda, was hostess. Dorothy, another daughter, received cards and gifts. The gifts were displayed by Mrs. William Brown. Lunch was served from a buffet table by Mrs. Bernlce Sanders, Sunday guests at the Howard Nagel home at Sherburn for the birthday of Francis Torine were the Torlnes, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and family, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Saxton, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jose and Tim and Larry Jose and girls, all of Sherburn. Monday evening guests at the Francis Torine home for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Larson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Peterson. Francis Torine took his mother, Mrs. Perry Torine to Buffalo Center last Wednesday for a check-up after her release from the hospital as apneumonia patient. | Larry Torine is home from 6 months of active service in the National Guard. He was transferred from Fort Jackson, So. Carolina, to Fort Polk, La. Arne Ostergaard recently fell on the ice and broke his wrist. He is now wearing a cast. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pehrson had their group meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Orville Thoreson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johaneson, last week. Mr. and Mrs. DettmerThomp- son attended the 40th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Lance Riebhoff at Burt Sunday. Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Kay McEnroe of Algona, attended the testamonlal dinner for Lex Hawkins, State Democratic chairman at Des Molnes Saturday evening. Douglas Johnson, 10, son of the Mervln Johnsons, underwent a tonsillectomy Wednesday at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mrs. Ed Godfredson was a major surgery patient for a week at Holy Family hospital and returned home last Wednesday. Among those who called at the Ed Godfredson home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hatton, Mrs. Ben Wibben and Mrs. David Hankins, Algona, and the Cecil Godf redsons, Humboldt. Mrs. Henry Schuler Is convalescing at Turner Rest Home at Armstrong. She had been at Holy Family hospital at Estherville from Dec. 29 to March 3. Mrs. Elvin Godfredson visited her father, Frank Gappa, at Ayrshire Sunday. Saturday supper guests at the Warren Thompson home were Mrs. Walter Thompson and Charles, Neva Thompson, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanftner, Bancroft. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fre- rlchs and Rhonda were visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. James Baldwin at Ayrshire. Friends and neighbors gathered for a farewell party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peterson Friday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johanson, Richard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegner and Jody, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mather, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Duard Perdue, Pearson Bros, and Edna, Mr. and Mrs. August Brandt, Mrs. Levi Schuler, Mrs. William Brock, Mrs. Wallace Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Peterson, St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hardt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson. Guests brought refreshments and presented the Petersons with a purse of money. Mrs. P. A. Holcomb is a foot surgery patient at the Estherville hospital. She expects to be there several days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. 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Kenneth Hoss came from Le- Mars Sunday to get his two children, who had been staying with their maternal grandparents, the Leo Guerdets, for the past two weeks. guard, LuVefne; Bonnie Wehf- span, forward, and Lynn Menke, guard, Sentral; Deanna Brandt and Diane Waterhouse, guards, Ledyard; Pat Zwietel, guard, Burt, Stephanie Bartik, forward, and Jan Leek, fWrd, C or with- Wesley; Cheryl Nelson, forward, and Sue Glasnapp, guard, Ringsted; Kathy Erickson, forward, Armstrong; and Janice Bottin, Bonne. Vallev. Kristie Erdman, 18 From Area On All-State Kristie Erdman, 5-6 Twin Rivers forward who posted nearly a 50-point scoring average during the recent season, was named to the Des Molnes Sunday Register's third team on Girls' All-State selections named Sunday. All five of Miss Erdman's teammates were named on the honor roll. Twin Rivers, which lost in the first round of the State Meet, placed Gracia Kraabel and Rita Nelson, forwards and Meg Holmes, Janice Johnson and Kathy Myers, guards, on the honor list. Other area girls named to the honor roll included Jane Hanselman, forward, and Nancy Brink, Offer 70,000 Bu, Corn, Sale Richard I. Anderson, Chairman of the Kossuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Con- serration Committee, today advised that approximately 70,000 bushels of CCC bin site stored corn are being offered for sale on the basis of sealed competitive bids. All bids for tJie purchase of this corn must be received in the County ASCS Office on or before 3:00 P.M., March 24, 1965. Prospective bidders may make arrangements with the County ASCS Office to examine the grain being offered for sale. All firms or Individuals who are interested in bidding on the sale of this grain should contact the County ASCS Office for complete information and the necessary forms on which to submit offers. Algona Sailor On Liberty In Philippine Port USS CORAL SEA (CVA-43)March 11 - Interior Communications Technician Fireman Leroy A. Scherer, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Scherer of 410 S. Phillips St., Algdna, Iowa, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, which recently arrived in Subic Bay, the Phillippines, for a brief period of rest and relaxation. Coral Sea played a major role in the air reprisal strikes over North Viet Nam on Feb. 7 and 11. This is the first liberty port for the carrier's crew since Jan. 16, when the Coral Sea departed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to become a unit of the U.S. Seventh Flap* in the Far East. One-Car Crash An auto driven by Carol J. Anliker, 19, Whittemore, went out of control after hitting an icy spot a half-mile north and five miles west of Algona on highway 18 and rolled on its top at 8:15 a. m. Thursday. Damage to the auto was estimated at $150 by Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson who investigated. Fortunately, the driver was not hurt. 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