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4-Alfpne (lo.) Upptr DM Motnti Thundoy, D«e«mb«r 9, 1965 More On 4-H Summer Trip To Washington Cthis is the third of a series of articles summarising a 4-H trip to Washington, D. C. in August) After weeks of preparation the time to leave finally arrived. With hurried good-bys we boarded the chartered bus late Friday evening Aug. 27. Our first stop was made at the Y. M. C. A. in Chicago for breakfast and was a welcome rest after a sleepless night. As we traveled, our snacks from home served as afternoon lunch, Late Saturday we arrived at Grafton, Ohio, where we were greeted by the Henry Shrivers, who provided a buffet style supper for us. In the dining room we were greeted by a sign drawn by Uncle Pierre, who by Illustration welcomed us to Ohio. Following recreation we were Introduced to our host families who provided sleeping quarters for us. Sunday we said good-by to our hosts and were again on our way. We attended church In a nearby community, ate lunch and then resumed travel. During the afternoon we made several stops for snacks and a short stretch. After 26 hours of travel, the National 4-H Center was a welcome sight. We registered at the Center and began what proved to be an Interesting and educational week. Shower Fetes Recent Bride At Swea City SWEA-EAGLE - A post-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Richard Seylar was held Friday evening at the Lutheran social hall, Swea City. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen had charge of the program. Devotions were by Mrs. Lloyd Thoreson, Mrs. Fred Seylar presented a reading. Vocal,selections were presented by a trio, Molly Hazelhoff, Candy Elliott and Pat Guinn. A reading was presented by Anne Larson. Kay Johnson and Anne Larson helped with the gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames Lament Johnson and Kay, Earl Kvamsdale and Cheryl, Don Martin, Albert Anderson, Malin Hardt, Charles Schultz, Richard O'Green, Lawrence Hanson, Wayne Thompson, Sam Larson, Darryl Newlin, Wallace Dawson, O. R, Person, Art W. Larson, Harry Larson, Lloyd Thoreson, Roy Rohlin and Petrea Thoreson. Pat Dorweller Of Algona To Wed Fob. 5 i PAT DORWEILER Mr. and Mrs. George Dorweiler of Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Pat to Marvin Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bode, also of Algona. A Feb. 5, wedding is being planned in St. Cecelia's church. Mr. and Mrs. Seylar have been visiting here with her parents, the Walter O'Greens, and left Monday for California, where he will be serving in the Navy. - o Sunday dinner guests at the Ormal Guinn home were his grandmother, Mrs. Charlie Johnson, Estherville, his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. Payne, Des Molnes, his mother. Mrs. Goldle Guinn and the Dale Cummins, Armstrong. Dale Rlppentrop spent the week at the home of his parents, the Everett Rippentrops. Recent guests at the Rippentrop home were the Harlan Rippen- trops of Ute and the Gene Rippen- trops of Truman, Minn. The Homer Henricksens of Ringsted were there Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and family were guests at the home of her aunt, the W. E. Stows at Humboldt. Other guests were the Cecil Godfredsons, Mr. and Mrs. John Watts and daughter and the John Watts, Jr. Guests at the Nels and Ed God- fredsons were Mrs. Ben Wibben and '-Joy and Mrs. Dave Hanklns and children, all of Algona. Weekend guests at the Truman Johnson home were their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Earl DeZeeuw, Orion, HI. Joining them Friday for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bromley, Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bahmann (Janet Thoreson), of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bahmann of Ceylon, Minn, and the Palmer Jensens of Bancroft were guests at the Cecil Thoreson home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bahmann are now residents of Cedar Rapids, moving there Nov. 6 from Milwaukee, Wise. She resigned her teaching position at Lowell school at Milwaukee, and he has accepted a position at Collins Radio at Cedar Rapids. Paul Thoreson has enrolled for winter courses at State University at Ames. Orville Thoreson, Thor and Petrea and Paul Thoreson went to Chicago to attend the National Livestock Exposition. Mrs. Orville Thoreson and Heidi left last Thursday. The Thoresons were showing shorthorns In the show. Their group of three won the reserve champion in that division. Friday noon guests at the Francis Torine home were Mrs. J. A. McCoy, Kay and David, of Decatur, 01,, Marlene and Bruce Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson. Family members at the Paul Wegner home were Mr, and Mrs, R. S. Mather and Ellen, the Art Krachts and family and the Mike Grablanowskis and family. Hans Peterson received an Injured finger last week In an elevator and neighbors came In and finished picking 40 acres of corn for him Tuesday and Wednesday. Aiding in the harvest of his crop were Harold Carr, Leslie Mino, Vern Anderson, Merlin Carlson, Mervin Johnson, Glen Clark and Lionel Thompson. Mrs. Paul Sanftner helped Mrs. Peterson with the dinner for the men. At the Arnold Duer home Wednesday to Friday from Wheaton, Minn, were Mr. and Mrs, George Lande and boys. They were all guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Blohm and family, Klester, Minn., and visited with Mrs. Harold Hovland and family there, Mr. and Mrs. William Buhman of Emmons, Minn, came Sunday to get her father, Jay W. Brones, who has been at the Andrew Brones home for the past week. Mr. Brones will be there for an indefinite stay. Danny Anderson of Waverly, spent a weekend at the home of his parents, the Albert Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones and William Tobin joined them for dinner. Marjorie Lee Tobin came from Sioux City to visit her parents, the Johnle Tobins. They were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Brandt home. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies, Jr. and boys of Truman, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Link and family were Wednesday even- Ing dinner guests at the home of the William Gles, Sr. ': Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .Walker entertained the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kruse, O'Neil, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Viland and children, Elmore, Minn., Mr. and 4 dr. 8 cyl., Torqueflite, Getting Enough Bedding for Your livestock? This CHOP-MASTER #72 Flail-Type Forage Harvester with Baling Attachment Can Solve Your Problem No need to worry about bedding for your livestock! Just cut, shred and bale your corn stalks with the BearCat Chop-Master (with baling attachment) and your baler. This big, hefty BearCat Harvester cuts the stalks, then shreds and blows material in a concentrated stream into your baler. Attachment elbow has sliding, telescoping discharge end for perfect adjustment at the baler. Special power shaft and pulling hitch on the Chop-Master is designed to fit All balers. The BearCat #72 Chop-Master is a versa, tile harvester. It cuts a big, wide, full 72* swath. So easy to pull - it does not touch the ground except for the tires. This machine is designed especially for cutting green feed, either standing or windrowed, for green chop feeding or for ensilage. It will handle nearly all kinds of grasses and forage in meet any condition of tangle or moisture. It clips brush and weeds and will shred all dry material. See this machine at dealer now. It's a Bear (Hat for work JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Mrs. Ed Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Dahl and children, Pearl Dahl and Janet Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Bishop and family left for Dodgeville, Wise, to visit her sister and family, Rev. and Mrs. Duane Nelson. Saturday they were visitors at the Max Treat home and were overnight guests there. Quests at the Walter Hans home were Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jorgensen and boys, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans, Keith and Kim, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekke and family were Thursday and Friday guests of her sister and family, the Edgar Wilkinsons, Ankeny. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brekke and family, Bingham Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith and family, Omaha, Neb., and Mrs.Conrad Brekke, Estherville, were Sunday dinner guests at the Wendell Ditsworth home. The Mike Kennedys were weekend guests at the home of her sister, the Ernie Rlchmonds at Marshall, Minn. They brought her parents, the Hank Steffens, home with them to visit over Sunday. A pre-nuptial shower honoring Miss Virginia Gisch was held at St. Mary's parish hall at Armstrong Monday evening. Hostesses included Mesdames Floyd Brekke, Bob Burt, Gordon Hurt, Douglas Guerdet, Kenneth Hoss, Francis Sullivan, Jim Kennedy, Leo Crowley, Al Pavik, Al Lowenburg, ElvinGodfredson, Clinton Mart and Clarence Weis. "Kottnth County's Favorite Newspaper" 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WESLEY By Mrs. Viold Studir mussen and Mrs. Viola Studer were guests. The women will meet with Mrs. Marie Doughan in January. Farm fish ponds can produce 200 Ibs. of fish each year. < 4 1 1 < < Mrs. Marie Doughan entertained her contract bridge club Thursday. Nell Frimml will be hostess to the club women Dec. 16. Mrs. Mary Bluml and her daughter, Mary Jane of Minneapolis were Thanksgiving guests of the Felix Blumls at Columbia, Mo. They also visited relatives In the Carroll vicinity, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Golwitzer and family were Thanksgiving guests in the Matt Weydert home at Algona. The former family purchased the late Guy M. Butts home. He is employed at Robinson Produce, The Neighborhood Birthday Club entertained their husbands at a Christmas party Thursday evening. They had a turkey dinner at 7 o'clock followed by an evening of 500 at the home of Mrs. Justine Becker. 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