•. ;^r^ "HF /Tv , % <- i '-* i" ur^r* >^ ^Q; f * ^V V# jepa^KT -• ^^^^mW.^F^"^>^'^ff?^rs^ •>-?:• , ^Sf^V^^St 1 ,. */t%i>- V 1 ' : ">' • >• '\^JjP' t '-v ''.•',"•„' ;1^lf, >/.,/* : ,\: i. ."•*<' v :Nv>>&;4L: Qo.j , 1959 i ? i Baby Showered With Gifts At Party In Swea Swea ft fiaglft — A baby shower was held Thursday afternoon for Dori Jeanne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker at then home. The baby was born Feb 25. Mrs Walker opened the many useful gifts and a luncheon was served. Attending were Mesdames Harvey L. Larson, Cecil Thoreson, Orville Thoreson, Harvey L. Larson, Marry Lund, Wm. Krumm, Minnie Kylin. Rudy Peterson, Levi Schuler, Harvey Hubbard, Orpha Briggs, Maynard Jensen, Waller L: Peterson. Ervin Heidenwith, Anna Dahl, Martin Dahl, Greg Diem. Albert Swanson, Tony Anderson, James Montgomery, Ed Montgomery, Allen Montgbhiery and Misses Pearl Dahl, Jane Montgomery, Hidie Thoreson and Julie Larson. Mr and Mrs Douglas Guerdet were weekend visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Broderson, DeSmit, S. Dak. Mrs Guer* det's grandmother's illness was cause for making trip at this time. Mrs J. E. Hamer was pleasantly surprised on her 81st birthday, March 11. The party is aft annual affair. The serving table center piece was a lovely decorated birthday cake. Attending were Mrs Harrier's daughter-in- law, Mrs George Harner and friends, Mesdames E. E. Thompson, Dettmer Thompson, Francis Treat, Floyd Treat, George Rohlin, Mary Seyler, Bert Jeffries, Wm. Bolan, Walter C. Peterson, Eli Anderson, Emil Larson, Francis Torino, Mrs S. H, Hammer and Myrtle Molinder. , Henry Irmiter is laid up from a fall on the ice in his farm yard. He threw his hip bone 'out of joint. 1 Friends here have learned of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs James, Dolan, Iowa City on Feb. 17, named Richard James. James is a 'medical student at Iowa University. He is a son of Mrs May Ella Dolan, Bancroft, formerly of Swea Township. ' A Baptist Teachers' School w.as held Thursday night at Webster City. -Attending from here were Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson, Mrs Hoy Kluger, Mrs Dettmer Thompson and Rev. LeRoy Carter. 'Mr and Mrs William Wisk.ua spent Thursday afternoon at the home of their daughter, Mrs Paul Sanftner. ,1 Woman's Club Meets At Burt Burt — The Burt Woman's Club met Monday evening, March 16, with Mary Jean Andrews, and Erma Pratt assisting hoptess. Federation News was given by Ruth Patterson. "Know Your Nursing Homes" was given by Thecla:' Christenson and a skit "Gastly Girty" written by Esther Grace Sigsbee, was given by tht following; Ethel Dremmel, Esther Sorenson, Lillian Meinzer, Lulu Hawcott, and Marlene Stengel, with Nelle Dremmel as narrator The president reminded members of the County Federation Meeting to be held in Titonka Saturday, 'April 4, A committee for Park Improving is as follows: Ruth Patterson, Phebe Thompson, Lillian Meinzer gnd Jean Lockwood, The Library Fund Raising committee consists of Lillian Frederickson, Erma Pratt and Elva Boettcher. Mrs Henry' Mertz of Wesley was a guest Monday evening. - The Fidelis Class Party will be held Wednesday, March 25th with Mrs Samek, Mrs Jay Graham assisting. Roll Call — a Favorite Hymn • and program by Jenny ' v m If i". i*» ,j,Some 18 wom'en attended .the Past Matrons Club at Gepqvieye Graham's home Thursday afternoon. il Gladys Hawcott was as, fisting hostess, Edith Truiikhill is, a new member and three chili dren were present. NOTES OF SERVICE 1 MEN M* ArnV Pvt. Dean E. Culbertsoni " Mr and Mrs Joe H. Cul» „ Lone Rock, Iowa, com- $ie supply specialist; course larches at Fort .^Leonard Wood, f.QuJbfrtson received,, instruc. ' in inf-the fundamentals of Army HOSPIT ALS Mar. 3 — Edward Fitch, Sexton, medical. Mar. 4 — Mrs Merlin Hansen, Whittemore, girl, 9; Mrs William Robinson, Corwith, medical; William Wetzel, Algona, medical. Mar. 5 — Mrs Lena Stauffacher, LuVerne, medical; Mrs Arnold Metzger, Whittemore, girl, 8-5; Mrs Robert Bensch, Algona, surgery; Mrs Ray Ihnen, Burt maternity. Mar. 0 — Rodney Gushing, Algona, T &t A; Mrs Ivan Fredericksen, Livermore, surgery; Joyce Grimes, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs Donald Hanig, Wesley, medical; Mrs W. F. Baade, Titonka, girl, 9-6; Edwin Johnson, Algona, medical; Mrs Clarence Huff, Sexton, boy, 8-2; J. L. Frederick, Livermore, meaical (expired). Mar. 7 — Mrs Larry Holding, Burt, maternity. Mar. 8 — Mrs Raymond Gilbert, Algona, medical; Mrs M. W. KolTasch, Whittemore, accident. Mar. 9 — Mrs Charles Colwell, Algona, boy, 7-14%; R. M. Barber, West Bend, medical; Mrs Anthony Gudnick, Algona, medical; Mrs James Arend, Algona, girl, 8-5 Mt. Afar. 10 •—• Mrs Robert HoltZ- bauer, Algona, maternity; Mrs Bertha Koestler, Algona, mediqal Mar. 10 — Mrs Larry Holding, Biirt, boy, 7-2^; Anton Schneider; Bancroft, medical. t ' Mar. 12 •»- Mrs Raymond Men- 'ke, Bancroft, girl, 8-6 Vfc; Mrs Larry Devine, Algona, 'boy, 9-1; Jean Kuecker, Whittemore,' accident; Fred Lavrehz, Burt, medical. Mar. 13 — Mrs Joe Busoher, Algona, medical; Mrs Rena Buell. Burt; medical; Mrs Albert' Fox, Algona, medical; Mrs " Elwin Schlei, Fenton, boy, 7-11. 'Mar. ,14 — Mrs Nannie Windhorst, Algona, medkaj; Dan Halli- Will Minneapolis, accident .(expired); Jean Kingsrud, Wayzata', Minn., accident; Judy ~Kingsrud, Wayzata, Minn., accident;- Judy Schumacher, Algona, • • surgery; MrS Clarence Doubek, Algona, maternity. v 'Mar. 15 — Mrs Louis Hansen, JB'urt, girl, 8; Michael-. Dudding; Bancroft, medical; Theresa Farrell,- t Algona, surgery;-Mrs Melvin i'h'eisen, Algona/ gir-l s 7-6 $; Mrs Clarepce Bergeson, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Ray Ihnen, Burt, boy, 9-%. • 'Mar.'16 r- Joseph Balk, Algona, medical; Myrtle v St. John, Algona, medical.' Mar. 17 + — Mrs Philip Inman, Bancroft, boy () . 8-9%. Social Club Of Portland Met At Lampe Home Portland — The Portland Social Club met Thursday" "afternoon, March 12th, at the home of Mrs Ben Lamps. Eleven members answered 'roll call. Mrs.-Harry Christensen was in charge of fun time. Mrs Ray,Fitch and Mrs C L, "Young w6n prizes. t Mrs Jim Steven of Bancroft was"'a guest. The next' meeting will be held jn the home.of Mrs Hugh Williairjs, Thursday afternoon t •• April 9th Roll call will be a Household Cleaning Hint and each is to make an Easter-Bonnet. ^Vincent and Lawrence Govern visited their uncle, Mr Mike Muldoon and family of Eagle Lake, Minn.," Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Milton F.arrow an9 daughter,- Barbara, were Thursday evening callers at the Govern home. Mrs Farrow is the former Winifred Govern. Mrs Earl Zwiefel remains in the Britt hospital, at this writing. She is getting along fairly well. |/lr and Mrs Lewis Larsen visited Mrs Earl Zwiefel at the Britt hospital, one evening last week. , Mrs Tracy Stone, Mrs Herbert Nelson and Mrs Arky Nelson attended a Stanley party at the hqme of Mrs Neal Michaelsen, Friday afternoon. . Peggy - and Iris Michaelsen visited in tj*e Tracy Stone home, from Friday afternoon till Sun-day afternoon. Mr and. Mrs Glair Moore and family of Polliver were Sunday dinner "guests at the Levant Moore home. , Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson anc family called at the Herbert Nelson home, Friday morning. Richard, Royce, Roger and Bar-, bara Dugan spent the weekend with th,eir grandparents, Mr 'and Mrs - Tom Tf ena,ry. The Ralph Dugans* formerly of Estherville moved March 1st to the farm vacated by the William McKim f amjiy, in the Gpod Hope vicinity Union Township, JVfr-and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle, Kenneth Trenary, Richard, Royce,' Roger and Barbara group as supper guests nhd Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Mr and Mrs Roger Buffington of Titonka were evening guests. Mrs Ben Lampe'g friend^ here in Portland were very sorry 'to hear that she had the misfortune of falling and breaking her artn a few days ago. The arm Was broken between the wrist and the 'eSbow. We' hear *he t Is getting along as well as can be ex< ppcted. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and Mrs Jay Steven left for ExcelsJot Springs, Mo,, Thursday morning, to bring Jay home, 'They ran into the storm south 6f Des Moines, and had stow hard going from there on to Humboldt They passed several cflfs frt the LONE ROCK M Mr and Mr*,. Leroy' I Lone Rock are the of a soti bom on the H6ly Family ^ »*•% _». T»».J , iSli^ erville. He ? ^ of wf MIT and teflrdn'S 4Sth tfgddlhg _____ Ringsted, la;, in the Prefl- chttreh, The Fred Mortetisofi and'Mr§- Timer Harms a r <»irofQ w Saturdav evenintf W"*WT9T**** ^ I "**ff**Si the -- ~ , were '8t' v -tbe |pma, /The Longs Mir at a dinner 13. W h9«Qr of and' \' Mr Albert, included with the Penton were Sdhday guests and Wayne Decker Was att afternoon caller , in the ily of Butt Daye, Weber h«m6 en Thtifidaf eveafng to help Mf Weffe, , Mfs, f lorcnea , Larry Farmer 'and- Mr? ' , brate his birthday which was otf, ' eraer o igotia,. a shower for Mar* tfejeft the' folloWittg da>, 13th. . On Sunday Mf- and Mrs* the, Methodist church at _. will soon be marWfed to ald Angus had ft& dinner guests, Sunday ailemoott Mr 'ana ]?fj(iest JenSeft ahd H|rlah Slfe birthday^ Mr and Mrs H chard atfeftded 4 reception ltfftol«' <fus and' Miss Marilyn •AAWMHbM*IM>«« • dlB. I A£ «i Bd iil rd»*i^.MtA)Ett»a^&A»tt^lJiJ»uat.a»-u»l»a n 4etfeikC»__> L _ ! _^ii_^l_-.^. ^—^.i^. ilm 111 I -^~ t.^1—^li. first Lutheran Church 'Will Hold Their , BAKE SALE HAJLF GAL. Here Saturday Morning 8 A.M. To 12 Noon PETER PAN DUNCAN MINES *y' Peanut Butte CAKE MIX CHOCOLAtE - WHITE REG. PKO, CREAMY or CHUNKV ,12 OZ. JAR OUNCE.CAN MUSSELMANS HOSTESS GREEN GOLD WHOLE UNPEELEP LARGE 2 '/2 SIZE CANS eiloggs; Crumbs ORDER YOUR EASTER HAMS FINE FOR -FISH FRYING" REG! TALL CANS '/VAN CAMP GREEN LABEL L U F F 0 PREMIUM ALL MI:AT SKINLESS 12 OZ. CELLO PKG. SHRTENING ' LB; CAN FRESH SLICED PORK LIVER TTEBBALL BELTSVILLE SWIFTS Summer Sausage > i *' t ** i i * j ^^. P A POUNP 3 POUND sizi 3 POUMP PANICS .
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