Mr and Mrs Russell Cole were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Don Haynes -at Laurens. Mr and-' Mr's Edward Green were redefitly Visited by Mr and Mr!T;ReHh Sheppard, Sheffield. Mr and Mrs Eugene .Muller Were at Emmetsburg recently, and visited Mf and Mrs Peter Gronbach. Mr and Mrs Fred Eriekson spent Easter at Dows with Mrs Erickson's mother, Mrs Mary Senen- felder, . Mr and t Mrs . Don Hutchison have been'visited by Mr and Mrs •Nbrman Newton and. son Mike, Tucson, Ariz. ' Mr and Mrs' C. E. Zaugg were visited 'over the Easter weekend by their son Ernest who is employed in Cedar Rapids. Mrs Frank Butts and her sister Mary Wirtjes have received word of the death of their cousin Alice Wirtjes, 05, at Morris, Minn. Mr arid Mrs Walter Zentner were visited last week by Mr 'and Mrs Claude Grisham, San Diego Calif., who plan to locate in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Oscar Meyer had as guests Easter the former's parents Mr arid Mrs Harvey Meyer, Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs Russell Cole. ,. Mrs Ethel Potter observed a : birthday anniversary Sunday and had .as dinner guests Mr and Mrs Ed Zender and Mr and Mrs Leonard Baas,. Whittemore., Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel and the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, were dinner guests Easter of Mr and Mrs L. W. Hurley at" Mason City. Mrs Harry Hargreaves has re •turned from Chicago where she attended funeral services for her aunt Nellie .Carmody, sister of ,her late father Tom Carmody, \Yhittemdre. Mr and Mrs Pete 'Halsrud drove to Fort Dodge Easter and were met there by Mr and Mrs Robert Braun, Mason City, and Mr and Mrs James Elliott, Siouk City, and 'had dinner together. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook and ' the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves were visited over'.the Easter weekend by Dr and M/s E. B ( Mathiasen arid five children, Council ; Bluff s, , -: . Mr and Mrs Calvin Tscheiter are parents of a^diughter.born Thursday at Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. There is another child in the family, a son .Scott, 2. Mrs Joe Tschetter left Friday to be with the family. ' Mr and Mrs Ted Vera and Mr •and Mrs Jim Kelley drove ,to the Okobojis Easter to see how the Vera's cottage had fared during the winter. They will be opening it. in a few weeks for their occu-. pancy on weekends. Mr and Mrs Dick Buscher spent "- Easier at Bancroft with Mrs Buscher's parents, -Mr and Mrs Al Rahe. fcOther guests were the son Ed Rahe who attends school at Emmetsburg, Lorraine Rahe, Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs Howard Weydert, Bancroft. Mrs Anna Hillenga had as guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson, Janice and Janet of Garner, Mr and Mrs Fred Lassahn of Britt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Spieker, Hayfield, Mr and Mrs Merrill Zwiefel and Olhe Foertsch, Wesley and Mr and Mrs Matt Platt and the respective families. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman had as guests Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Ben Marlow, Redfield S. D., Del Marlow, Burt, and Mr and Mrs Don Arns, Hawarden. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hackbarth also called last week. Mr and Mrs Dallman were guests Easter Sunday of the parents Mr artd Mrs John Dallman at Ternl. Phil and Dean Kohlhaas are here from Washington, D- C. to be with the parents Mr and Mr Phil Kohlhaas. The daughter, Mrs Dale Brand, Clarion, spends much other time here and several weeks ago the daughter Anita Rose obtained a leave of absence from her work at Minneapolis to aid in her father's care. Mrs Katherine Mahoney has returned from Chicago where she visited Mrs Dora Ferngan and Mr and Mrs A. W. Faulkner, the main purpose of the visit was to Kd the first mass of her neph- ewi Rev. James /ernflw who was recently ordained at San Diago Calif. En route home she stopped at Blairstown to visit Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck. 8 Mrs H«lene Fassbender. moth« of Mrs James Whittemore, has been companion to Mrs Lucille Zerfass during her convalesence from hiP surgery Blowing an m- ..„ and Mis Vtc Pfideres had 88 guests last Sunday Mr arid Mrs u awrertce t Pfeffer and family Hear Lake. ' Mrs Harriet Lynch is leaving this week for Virginia, Minn., to be with her, .mother Mr* J. M Thu'r'ston for a visit of indefinite- length. , ; , . v , . ~ '" Mr and 'Mrs M. W Pieleh have been visited by L't. and Mrs John Clayton, Johnnie artd' Mark, 0 Lawton, Okla., who, are leavmi soori for Poitiers, France. Mr and Mrs Roy Chrislensei and Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst lef Friday for Mountain Home, Ark and other points in the vicinity tor a vacation of several days. Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden were dinner guests Sunday of th lalter's parents,^ Mr and Mrs Sim on Weber. From there they dfov to Fort Dodge to see the rrtothe Mrs Ella Ferden who 'stiffere a recent heart attack and is,in Mercy hospital. Mr and Mis Fred Will; and the former's sister,' Mrs RpselLoper, entertained at a family dinner Sunday and had as guests Mr and Mrs August -Will, :Winriebago; Minn., Mr and Mrs Julius Will, Rudolph Will and,daughter Marha and Mr, and Mrs Alfred Erick- Carol WHikopf, a sfudent at owa, State University, Ames, etumed there Tuesday following he Easter vacatidn with her par- ta Mr and Mrs, G. A. Wittkopf. Mrs Ida Wiiikbpf had as guests at dinner Easter Mr and Mrs Fred ibssick, Marshalltown, Mr and tfrs' Edwin Wittkopf, Mr and Mrs d. A: Wittkopf, Mrs Ida Zumach, Slla Ztimach and the respective "timilies. -• , M** and Mis Haifold Etiekson s*peftt the Easter weekend at Buffalo 1 , Minn., with Mrs EricksOri'S parents, Judge and Mrs 0. J. Anderson attd at Minneapolis with trie doctor's parents, Mr and.Mr Andrew Eriekson. ,,,*... Mr and Mrs- Chris Wallukaii wer6xVisited last Sunday by Mf dnd Mrs Duane Wallukait, Jane and Julie 1 , Sioux City. The junior Wallukaits als'b spent some time at Whittemore with the mother, Mrs'Dora Faulstick and Mr and Mrs Forest Qilmore. , ' Mr arid Mrs H. M. Smith had ^s Easter guests Mr .and Mrs'M. K Cullen, Betty Streit and Mary Streit, Fort Dodge/ It was also a Celebration of Mrs Cullen's biMh- 'day, Mary Streit remained'for a longer Visit and was taken home Thursday by Mrs Smith. Mrs Ait Wiese went to Blairsburg Sunday to be with Mr.and Mrs Frank 'Pruisman and sons Mike and David. The first birthday of David was celebrated. Mrs Wiese had as Easter guests Mr and Mrs Frank Pruisman, Mike bid David, Mr 'and Mrs .Lee Thaves and^Linda, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen, Lu- Verne.'and.Mrs Johanna Hansen. While less than ten per -cent of California's population lives on farmsi it is first among the states in farm income. With Leg Clots Wesley — Mrs fid Downs was brought home* 'Friday from week at St. Ann hospital, Algol 'where she had'been'fbr medieal care .of a leg blood clot, •' Emma Studer was taken'to St Ann .hospital Tuesday/for med- ical'treatment for. si blood clot in Her leg. _ ' In State* Mteet ' \ j •,. u 'The Mercury dutboard toOwllng team' was in the State Jotfrna ment in ttes Moincst,Saturday and Sunday, afternoons. -Members' of the team are Donrtelle Robinson, Laura Kleinpeter, Addie Loebig, Jcannlne-Ackerson, Mary Lou Studer and Kay -Hubert. Al * Loebig sponsors . the team. 'Club Meetings , ' Prairie Neighbors ^met Apr. 19 at the August Studer; home with Mrs Dale Dornbier assisting.' The lessO^-.was, given "by Nell Frimml and MaUd, Studer..' , Wesley Homemakers met the atne day with Mrs tuther Nygaard. The lesson was given by Mrs Ralph • Tjaden, Mrs Frfiftk Johnson, Mrs Johrt Paulson arid Mrs Joe SkOwV • , Tuesday club also met that day at the Tom Forburger home. The lesson was givem by Veva Lease. Helen Koppen and Clair Thomas. Ex'Wesleyans Visit Mr and Mrs Sam Alne of Morrow bay,- Cal., formerly of Wesley, visited friends here several days last week. They had visited their daughter and family, the Maurice DeBo^rs at Marshalltown and many relatives, and friends at Story City. • \ Clinton Eden^ soft of Mr and Mrs Ben Eden; Dwight Soaberg. son of Mr and Mrs George Seaberg; Ed Otis, son of Mr and Mrs Edmund Otis and Jim Eden, son of Mr and Mrs Harm fiden have completed army tfaining at Ft. Sill, Okla. and wfll arrive lefe Apt. 27. Mrs Ida Funnemafk of Zumbrota spent last week in the home of her son Lester Blame and family. Mr and Mrs Allen Vaske and family of ElmOre, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Greg Augustine and family of Cresco were Easter guests in the parental, Mrs Justine Becker' home. They joined other members of her family there. The St.! Joseph's Guild held their regular meeting Wednes day evening in the parish hall which had been repaired and redecorated by a group of volun tcer Women and men. Followittf the business meeting conducted by president Bridge and Rita 600 Youngwirth Tuesday, April 26, I960 Algona (ta.) Upp«* P*» Laura Richler won the lucky chair prize and the high score prize in 500. Margaret Root won ilgh in Bridge. Circle 3 served unch. Rose Ann and Mary Bildman. daughters of Mr and Mrs John Hildman, returned Fridny to St. Francis Convent in Milwaukee following a week's Easter vacation here. Kathleen Hughs, also a student at St. Francis, spent her vacation at her parental John Hughes home here. Lester Larsons had as 1 Eastei guests, the Arvin .Larsons and Ivan Johnsons. Mr and Mrs Fred Thomas and sons, Tom and Steve, spent Apr 14-17 with her parents, Mr and Mrs T. L. Hanley at Casey. Mrs' Glen Smith entered the her gall bladder and appendix cmbved. 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