The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1965 · Page 17
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6-Algona (fa.) Upper Deft Meinei ThumJay, July 1, 1965 Install New CDA Officers At Wesley WESLEY - C.D, A. held installation of officers Tuesday evening, June 22. District Deputy Kathryn Holub of Mason City conducted the ceremonies, assisted by Mildred Arndorfer. The officers installed were Margaret Root, Anastasia Richtsmeier, Marion Youngwirth, Mildred Fox Studer, Betty Bode, Mary Rockwood, Marilyn Grandganett, Helen Plathe, Barbara Schrouth, Irene Muehe, Bernice Vitzthum and Mary Weber. Helen Plathe received the lucky prize and Kate Seller doorprize. On the kitchen committee were Maude Studer, Erma Kunz, Phillis Walker, Mildred (Mark) Studer, Elaine Downs and Mildred Arndorfer. Lucille Nelson, Helen Plathe, Madonna Studer, Dorothy Martinek, Rose Hauptly and Agnes Lickteig were on the entertainment committee. The next meeting will be held on July 27. - o - INSTALL OFFICERS The American Legion held a special meeting June 19 to make plans for the fireworks exhibit July 4 at the baseball diamond. They will co-sponsor the exhibit with businessmen and women and the general public. New officers elected June 5 will take office July 3. They are Edward L. Johnson, commander, John Muehe, vice-commander, Alvin Becker, service officer; Jack Vitzthum, finance officer; Clarence Beenken, chaplain; Mark Studer, Sgt. at arms and Bill Goetz, historian. - o A Father's Day family gathering was held at the John Lickteig home June 20. Those attending were the Dennis Lick- teigs, St. Benedict, Elliot Wald- schmldts, Whlttemore, Urban and Jack Uckteigs and Kenneth For- burgers, all of Wesley. Cheryll Harr is employed as clerk at the selective service office in Algona. She began work June 8, replacing Mrs. Kent Hoover who had been in the office the past two years. Cheryll is a daughter of Mrs. Maurine Harr. Mrs. Mag Bleich went to Iowa City Wednesday where she had K check-up at University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanig and daughter were among the 650 persons attending the Felco Lakes Workshop at Okoboji last week. He is employed at the Farmers Co-op Society. Mrs. Hanig also took part in the ladies program held there. Guests at the Jim Olsen home the fore part of last week were Mrs. Olsen's sister and family, the Art Pinckneys and Carol of Hayward, Cal. who are travel- Ing with their camper. They went on to Mason City to visit the women's mother Mrs. Ann Baumgarten, a brother Dean Baumgarten, and a sister and brother- in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Legler. The Don Vogels of Lohrville were Father's Day guests in the parental J. F, Meurer home. Mrs, Clara Haverly and Audra, the Ken and Den Haverleys of Wesley, the Paul Haverlys, Algona and the Hugh Haverlys. Irvington, attended the June 19 wedding at Britt of Jim Clnk, son of the Ed Cinks, Woden, and Jean Carol Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Green of Britt. Mrs. Anna Gink of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grandgenett of St. Benedict also attended. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen spent the June 27 weekend at Madison, Wis. with their daughter and family, the R. E. Ros- heims, who recently moved there from Traverse City, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Anfinson and Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson were June 20 guests of the H. E. Hemmingsens at their trailer house at Okoboji. Mrs. Harry Foley of Corwith visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Rockwood, Wednesday. Mrs. Urban Lickteig received word lately of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Marnie Cowley at Redwood, Calif. Burial was at Quincy, m. Nadine Engen, daughter of the Paul Engens and a 1965 graduate of Corwith-Wesley high school, will leave July 1 for Cedar Rapids to study to be an X-ray technician. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rockwood and their older child Kitty and Mrs. Rockwood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thilges and children of Algona left June 24 for Denver, Colo, to visit the latter couple's sons, Howard and Henry Thilges and the latter's family. 5 month old Ronnie Rockwood stayed with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Rockwood, during his parent's absence. Geo. Pommer, son of the Henry Pommers, is employed at the K & H Oil station for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease spent June 22-23 at Spirit Lake with their son Loren Lease, his wife and Susan of Iowa Falls, who were vacationing at Oars Beach resort. Guests in the Harold Martinek home for 10 days recently were her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and three children, San Francisco, Calif. They were enroute to anewhome at Memphis, Tenn., where he will be stationed at a Navy base. Mrs. Brown is a daughter of Mrs. Bert King, the former Delores Hauptman, former Wesleyan. They visited other relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Art Haverly of Bloomer, Wis. spent the June 20 weekend as houseguests of Mrs. Clara Haverly and Audra, and visited other relatives and friends here and in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Ehresman of Mason City were June 20 guests in the H. Martinek home. %^,«««i [TAILORING? WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICI And We Check All Buttons And Seam* Wh.n We Dry Clean I MODERN DRY CLEANERS & TAILORS AlOONA 295.5277,1 CONTRACT DETASSLERS for PIONEER SEED CORN FIELDS CONTRACT DETASSELING ARRANGEMENTS • You arc assigned 3 to 5 acres per person. • You can make contract dctasscling a family arrangement. • Housewives can earn detasscling money without working in a crew. • You work independently. MM^ FIELD LOCATIONS WEST OF ALGONA — EAST OF ALGONA — SOUTH OF WHITTEM03E — SOUTH OF IRVINGTON SOUTH OF TITONKA — SOUTH OF BRITT _ NORTH OF EMMETSBURG INQUIRE IMMEDIATELY PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO ALGONA PHONE: 295-2481

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