The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 12
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The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa · Page 12

Sumner, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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a a 1 w ir WESTGATE Mtat Norm* KUunmer WESTGATE — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Adrian and Sherry -were Sunday guests in the Keith DT- ball borne in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Loui* Gremznels of Oelwein were Sunday even- Ing visitors in the Henry Reinking home. Mrs. August Pcitratz and Mrs. Vern Hucke attended an open bouse in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchett at Rand alia Sunday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Roger Buhr of Strawberry Point and Mr. and Mrs. R/jger Decker helped Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Decker celebrate their wedding anniversary Sunday evening, Mrs. Frank Kappmeyer and Robin, and Mr. an'J Mrs. Art Crawford and Susan, all of Oei- wein were Sunday supper guests in the Grant Kapprneyer home. Bill Kauten and children of Waterloo vrere Thursday supper guests in the David Kaut/;n home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mahoney of Mason City and Mrs. Don Mahoney and girls of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests in the John Mahoney home. Dave, Donnie and Dawn De- Witz of Rochester are spending a week at the Oscar Fink home. Mrs. Harry Knudson arid Mrs. Jack Bender of Oelwein were Sunday afternoon viiitors in the Dewey Puls home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziegler and family were Sunday evening visitors in the John Mahoney home. Mrs. Fred Klarnrner and Norma were- Sunday afternoon visitors in the Herbert KJamrner home in West Union. Those helping Ernil Oltrogge celebrate hh birthday anniversary on Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lang, Ernest Hopka, Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Lang, Mrs. P. C. Kauten, Ernest and Reinholdt Lang, Herman Hoeger, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Sc-tgen; and Arlene of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mantel, Mrs. Lena V/olfgram, and EJrner and Eldo Wolf gram of Maynard. Mrs. Darrel Davenport and children of Iowa Falls are spending a week in the Albert Dumpman home while Mr. Davenport is attending a refrigeration school in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Floden from Hazel wood, Mo., spent the weekend visiting friends and relatives in the Westgate. Oran, and Surnner vicinities;. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mahoney and family of Otlwein were Sunday afternoon callers in the John Mahoney home. Rev. and Mrs. George Roquet and son, Andy, of Brooklyn v/ere Sunday overnight and Monday visitors in the parental Donald Roquet home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Specht and family of Frederika were Sunday evening caller;; in the Edward Meyer home. Mrs. Edward Meyer was a Friday visitor of Mrs. Clarence Meyerhoff and Mrs. Werner See- haisc in Surnner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mahoney v/ere Saturday evening visitors in the John Mahoney home. Miss Karen Reiter of Cedar Rapids spent the week end at *he parental Ernest Reiter home. Sunday dinner guests in the Ben Nachtman home v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kuhlman of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Floden and Mike of Hazclwood, Mo., Mr and Mrs. Louifl Floden, Sr., and family of Mount Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fink and family of Oran. Mr and Mrs. Garrett Osborne of Mingo were week end guests in the parental Clarence Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oltrofige of Maynard were Sunday afternoon and luncheon guests in the Herman Oltroege home. Mr and Mrs. Ben Storjohann of Moline, 111., spent several days in ,the Wm. Reinking home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buhr and family of Sumner were Friday evening supper guests in the Wm. Reinking home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lang ol Grundy Center, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lang, and Ernest Hopka were Sunday dinner guests with Rcinhardt and Ernest Lang. Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Knief were Friday evening visitors in the Ernest Reiter home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dohse of Oelwein were Sunday afternoon callers in the Albert Dumprnan home. Among those attending the Meyer-Rummel wedding at Lamont Saturday were Mr. and Mrs Vern Hucke and Brenda, Mr and Mrs. Roy Linstrum, Mrs. Richard Block, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Osborne, Mr. and Mrs Donald Gordon and Lois, Mr and Mrs. Harold Cue, and Mrs. Clifford Shannon and Marilyn- , , The following were week end visitors at the Russell Mullins home: Mr. and Mm Werner Thran, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thran and Darren of Cedar Falls, Clarence, Bud and Buster Iglehart, and Hayes Murphy of Rock Island, 111, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ehlers of Maynard. Carol Mullins, a student *t the St«te University of Iowa, spent the week end with her parents, Sumner merchants give away turkeys A large crowd, braving near z«ro weather, gathered at the- corner of First and Carpenter Streets at 9 p.m. Friday night for the M;cond in the series of pre-Thanksgiviiu; free-turkey CVJar Falb were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Albert Thran. Ella Campbell of West Union, and Mr. and Mr:-:. Don Iliff of Dubuque wore Sunday dinner gue.vt.-i in the Donald Roquet home in honor of his birthday anniversary. Saturday supper guest:; at the Ben Nachtrnan home were Mr. and Mr:;. John FJodcn and family of Surnner, Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph BoJ'.-yn and family of Washburn, Louis Kloden, Sr., and son Louis Jr., of Mount Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Floden of Haze)wood, Mo. Mrs. Glen Floden was a Saturday dinner guest in the Richard Fink home near Oran. Mr. and Mr:;. James Ruebor and girls of Oelwtiri wore Friday evening visitors in the Clarence Wolf home. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Thran of Cedar Falls were Saturday overnight guests of Mrs. Albert Thran. Mrs. C. J. Decker and Mrs. Russell Mullins were recent visitors in the Dewey Puls home. Mr. and Mr:;. Leslie Fink of Cedar Falls were week end guests in the Oscar Fink home. Supper guests in the Ben Nachtman home Friday v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Glen Floden and Mike from Hazel wood, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boleyn and family of Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Meiken of Maynard were Sunday dinner guests in the Dick Rueber home, and in the afternoon they all went to Belmond. Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Reinking and Mary of Hawkeye v/ere Saturday dinner guests in the Wrn. Reinking home. draw-ings. Leon Keimler and Robert Pfpho, right, representing the Sumner Commercial Club were in charge of the drawing and B«n Creager, also with them in the back of the pickup, drew the names. Thirteen turkeys were claimed in the drawings. The final drawing will be held Friday night, Nov. 18 at 9 p.m. at the same corner, for a total of News From Frederika Mrs. E. J. Nnai EADI8U Jesse Resenberger of Reinbeck planted a radish seed on August first and when dug on October 2Gth the radish weighed 0% pounds. FREDERIKA—Thursday evening visitor:, with Mr. and Mrs. rjustav Bra-oe v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Shaffer of Nashua. Mrs. Kathryn Davis of Waterloo, spent Monday in the home of her brother arid wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Taylor. Mr. and Mr:-;. David Vanatta of Iowa City, spent the week er:d in the home of the latter';; parent;;, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bravener. Mr. and Mrs. William Bravener of Tripoli were also Sunday dinner and afternoon guests. Other afternoon guests were Mrs. Lawrence Schwartz of Tripoli and Mrs. Robert Schwartz of Nashua. Mr. a."d Mr:;. Elmer Matthias attended the silver v/edding anniversary dinner and open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolkins at Gilman, Sunday. Mr. and Mr:-:. Raymond Fennel of Sterling, Colo., spent Satur- dav afternoon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gail McLavey. Mr .and Mrs. Arnold Smith and Karol and Mrs. Winnefred Smith, with their weekend house guest, Mrs. Edith Meyer, the latter's sister, were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hunt and family at New Hampton. The birthday anniversaries of Clyde and his son-in-law, Ronald Buhr v/ere observed. Mrs. Arnold Smith, Mrs. Winnefred Smith, and her sister, Mrs. Edith Meyer of Charles City were Sunday dinner guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Alma Huffman at Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bahl- manri, Timothy and Annette spent Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Kocher at Little Turkey. Thtv aho attended the silver wc-'Jdirjg anniversary honoring Mr. and Mrs. Nick Halbur held at St. Mary's church parlor:; at Little Turkey. Mrs. Minnie Coen of Fredericksburg spent the week end v/ith her daughter and hu: band. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bui:;. All v/ere Sunday dinner and afternoon guest:; in the home of the • a'.'.er:-. daughter and family, .'Jr. and Mrs. James Hartstn at Fredericksburg. Thursday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith and family v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Hilgendorf and family of Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buls with others spent Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bolte in honor of the birthday anniversary of Clarence. Glen Smith, stationed in Alaska, called his parents on Thursday evening, reporting he is now attending school for mathematics and literature. He will graduate 21 turkeys. This includes the 15 originally scheduled, plus six turkeys not claimed at the first two drawings. Names will be drawn until all turkeys go out Friday night. Ha/.'-l Ager attended a birthday party given for Mrs. Mabel Mc- G<-': at '.he homo of her sister arid h-Jiband. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Han:-:rn'.-ier a'. Waterloo on Tues- RANDALIA tin. Ted 1/eaIw RA?rDALIA — Sunday supper ETUI'S in the I>es!ie Ctehes hr?« we:" Mrs. E-.-.a Wasfcow. Evei'vn and George of Summer. M'~ 'sa.-ab Waskow cf Y.''XA Mr" 'and Mrs. Frank VT askew '.f Monona. Mr. and Mrs. JS-:K Waikow. Scon ar,d Skel.y o, Independent*, and. Etr.a Oa>.e.= of Fayett*. Mr-. Mardene Sparrgrov« sna Ma-r-v of Cedar Rapid? were week" end visitors of her parents, Mr arjd Mrs. Dear.e Davis. Mr."and Mrs. P^p'n Vargasc..", and Nancy of Stagey v.-ere Sunday visitors in the Charles Cutter home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crarr.pton. afternoon guests in the home of his sister. Mrs. Bertha Testroet a> Ionia. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bergmann and daughter of Evans-dale spent the week end witn ni= mother. Mrs. AJvin Bergrnann. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bockhaus and BerthAnn spent Sunday afternoon in the home of the former's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Hoffmann and Ann at Waverly. Mrs. Hazel Bowers spent the weekend in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bowers at Xew Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Specht and family v.-ere Sunday afternoon callers of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer and Elroy at Westgate and were Sunday evening visitors in the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mohlis, also at Westgate. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg- rnann and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ager of Fredricksburg spent Sunday at Prairie Du Chien, Wis. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Erase were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Erase of Waverly. Sunday dinner and afternoon a_-jdv ani Ricky of Deloi". were 'end visitors in the Robert Hanchett home. . Mr. asd Mrs. Bernard Lewis cf Or-eola. Mo, visited fee week with his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred '"Mr. and Mrs. Duarie Schroeder ar .Vva:arie of Stanhope visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder from Thursday to Sa-.urdav. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Babe of Stanley were Thursday evening callers in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder. Sunday visitors in the W. A. Schroeder home were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Buss of Evansdale. and Mr. aad Mrs. Harold Vanders«e and family of Oejwein. Afternoon callers were Mr. and I.Irs. Alex Guenther. Neils Larsen of Madison. Wise., was a caller in '.cv.-n Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Holmes ar.d Harley Holmes v/ere Friday dimser guests of ?«Irs. Bessie luxon at West Union. HOME TALENT SHOW The Hawkeye Wild Life Conservation is sponsoring a home talent show with singing, dancing, and acts on Saturday night, Nov. 25 at 8:00 p.m. in the Hawkeye School Gym. Henry- Fritz a'nd his band will provide the music for the evening. Everyone is invited to come and see the amateurs perform. 12—Sumner Gazette Thursday. November 17. 1V Sumner Stores First!! MAN TO CALL FOR THE BEST tUY ON YOUR INSURANCI DUANE HOLM Phone 882-4426 Tripoli, Iow» •TATE.FARMJX Wednesday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Erase v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherman of Plainfield. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hagedorn ouuu»j - — — . -, j •:-,•',- Mondav evening visitors in guests in the home of Mr. ana the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M rs. Will Hagedorn were Mr. Srrith and Mrs. Bert Parker and fam- 'J^-xxrsz'x |^wsr K »™ n ds S2ViS£ "M^™~. mpyer of Tripoli, Mr. and Mrs. and family and Richard Buhrow Ray Brockway of Hav/keye, and v ,. ere Sunday dinner and after- ""-' - 1 __ _ _. ,._ ._ •_ *Vrt Vij-imo f~if fvl T RUSHMORE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Ordinary Life Endowment Retirement Income Family Plan Limited Payment Life Policies Family Security Builder Term Policies Youth Policies Mortgage Cancellation Educational Programs College Student Plan JOHN MILNES Sumner, Iowa Phone 224-3451 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Niemeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmud noon guests "in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vaylord Rieck and lach'were Sunday dinner and family at Sumner w$/%?rr } w%$?~ w&t&2]fc&* s '& < GUARANTEED'TIL MARCH 31,1967 Mrs. Alfred Buls accompanied Alfred Hahn and Roger to Oakdale to visit with Mrs. Hahn on Friday. Mrs. Hazel Bowers, and Mrs. REAL ESTATE • INSURANCE • FARM LOANS J. T. BUMP OFFICE PB: <M-SM1 RESIDENCE PH: ZZ4-i»H HI EVERYONE, — OUR — STOP IK NOW! THRILL THE KIDS . . . HAVE FUN YOURSELF . BIGGEST SELECTION WE'VE EVER HAD Be Seeing You... . Oscar Fink borne. i M«. Pon Tbran Dasrrai of * Psychologists t»n ef should no* L US that should b* e^ * SUppres sed, vent to self heali ng tj '°*e who"; 0 ;;; e ,, reai —^ • Paul P T^K ' Sa y s Rev •*-i% * v/onnson tH6 On 7 *r wuj.y remedy f or grieve. R espectfuli ETHXV.ENE GVfCOY. 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