County Farm Couples Begin Management Course Pictured above are eight couples who will be participating in the Extension Farm & Home Development Program, reports Galen DeValois, Kossuth County Extension Director. This program is held with the assistance of Wm. Turner, District Extension Economist from Sheldon. A new group begins with a two-day Farm & Home Management short course, which this group just completed. The individual couples also keep farm and home business records, which are analyzed at the end of the year. Top row - L to R - Ray Laabs, Lone Rock; Jim Mullins, Cor with; LeRoy Janssen, Lakota; Wayne Lynch, Fenton; Frank Kramer, Swea City; and Wm. Turner, District Extension Economist. Middle row - L to R - Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. Jim Mullins, Mrs. LeRoy Janssen, Mrs. Kenneth Studer and Kenneth Studer of Burt. Front row - L to R - Ray Bergum, Mrs. Ray Bergum, Bancroft; Mrs. Albert Banwart, West Bend; Mrs. Philip Studer and Philip Studer of Corwith. NAME OFFICERS Xi-Xi chapter met March 30 with Pat Voyles who gave the lesson on service activities. It met again April 6 with Dorothy Zeigler. There was election of officers with Helen Schlievert, pres.; Irma Dee Cook, vice- president; Helen Haas, secretary; and Katie Anderson, treasurer. - o - M-D CLUB Cresco Mother & Daughter club will meet April 14 at the home of Arlene Simon withLeonaSabin assisting. SUNRISE SERVICE Easter Sunrise Service for youth will be held in the Congregational church center at 6:30 a. m. Breakfast will be served afterward. CHANGE MEETING Junior MYF of the Methodist church will meet April 25 due to Easter. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS Circles of the Methodist church will meet April 15 as follows: Sept., Mrs. J. C. Everds; Oct., Mrs. Sidney Spear; Nov., Mrs. H. S. Montgomery; Dec., Mrs. C. R. Schoby; Jan., to be called; Feb., to be called; Mar., Mrs. Steve Wickliff; Apr., Mrs. Dallas Klein; May, Mrs. JohnMcGuire; June, Mrs. James Modrell and Mrs. Darrell Mosher. GUEST SPEAKER Guest speaker at the Methodist church Maundy Thursday April 15, at 7:30 o'clock will be Dr. Ralph D. Kitterman, superintendent of the Spencer district. Communion stewards are Mesdames Dean Taylor, Clifford Blanchard, Arthur Jackman, Lawrence Kees, Gordon Schmidt and Flora Tiss. Rev. Newton Coughenour will be guest speaker the same day at the Des Moines Chapter Rose Croix, Ancient and Accpeted Scottish Rite, Valley of Des Moines Orient at the Scottish Rite Temple, Des Moines. - o - GOOD FRIDAY Good Friday Union services will be held in the First Lutheran church from 12 till 3 o'clock. Pastors from participating churches will speak on "The Seven Last Words from the Cross." - o - CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs. John McGuire entertained her knitting club Wednesday. Mrs. William Ludwig was hostess to her card club Tuesday evening and Mrs. Milton Dahl was a guest. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley is entertaining her birthday club Wednesday, April 14 and the anniversary of Mrs. Rhoda Bonar is being observed. Mrs. Jake Godden entertained her card club Wednesday; the previous week Mrs. Caroline Kunkel was hostess to the group. - o - SKATING PARTIES Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau gave free skating at the rink for the 4-H members who were in town April 3. More free parties are planned, April 14 for the Girl Scouts and Brownies and April 21 for the Cub and Boy Scouts. The hours are 7:30 to 10 o'clock p. m. - o - RUTH CIRCLE Ruth circle of the United Presbyterian Women will meet at 8 o'clock April 13. Hostesses^' Mrs. Keith Christie and Mrs. Arthur Hix. CARD HOSTESS Mrs. Frances Holtzbauer entertained her card club Wednesday. - o - MEET APRIL 22 Circles of the First Baptist church will meet a week later than usual. The meetings are postponed till April 22 and circle I will meet with Mrs. Flo Riebhoff, Circle 2 with Mrs. Nell Cook and Circle 3 with Mrs. Gladys Priebe. - o - PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Larry Knoll entertained her bridge club last Tuesday. - o - FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer attended a family dinner April 4 at Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hackbarth's at Lone Rock. The dinner honored the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, whose thirty-sixth wedding anniversary was being observed. - o - ATTEND DANCE The Square Dance club went to Humboldt Thursday evening. In attendance were Messrs and Mesdames Paul Lemkee, Jim Stangl, Charles Benson, William Clegg, Jim Modrell, Marvin Hackbarth, Ron Dltsworth, Leo Immerfall, Woodrow Johnson and Bob Buscher. The Algona club is having a dance here Saturday evening at the V. F. W. hall. - o - BRIDGE AT POSTS Mrs, Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. PURPLE HEARTS SP/5 Larry C. Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Curtis, Crawfordsville, receiver! a Purple Heart medal last month. He was wounded in action in Vietnam last February 7th. The Purple Heart medal was awarded posthumously to the late Private First Class Delmer L. Ferr's, Mapleton, in ceremonies there on Mirch 27th. It was received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ferris. Tuesday, April 13, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Det MoinM-3 IFYE DELEGATE Janet Glover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Glover, Webb, was Elected Iff the International Farm Youth Exchange delegate to Poland. She is one of four American young people who will be living and working with rural Polish families. Janet is a 1963 home economics graduate from ISU and will be living with three different Polish families for the next six months. PREHISTORIC WOOD During a well-drilling operation at Williams, Kenneth Bryan obtained some pieces of wood that apparently were part of a tree carried into the area by a prehistoric glacier. 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