The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 7
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News of Your... Home Town Folks Mrs. Edna Barnes of Sacramento, Calif., was a week end guest in the W. H. Ganske home. Mrs. H. C. Heckman and Steven of Waterloo spent Saturday with her father, H. H. Lease. Mrs. Philip Leyh, Mrs. Bertha Leyh, and Mrs. Alfred Leyh were shoppers in Waterloo Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Judisch and family were Sunday evening callers in the Wilbert Erase home at Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warnke and Wendy were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Leyh. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oberehu were Sunday guests in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. David Oberehu and Crystal. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Buenzow, Julie and James were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buenzow home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson of Marion spent from Friday until Sunday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson. Mrs. Frank Bohle and Charles were Wednesday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strottman home and with Richard, who recently returned from Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCue and Patrick of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Adams and family of Cedar Falls were Sunday guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCue home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jackson, Sheryl and Audrey of Independence were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tehel home in honor of Mrs. Tehel s birthday anniversary. Recent visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Notbohm home were Mrs. Elma Hagenberg and Wilma and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Haag and family of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blin and Delores of Marion. Rev. and Mrs. Richard Paul, Missionaries from Italy, now residing in Randalia, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schneider and family of Dunkerton were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leyh home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brunson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Buehler and daughter, Debbie and Mike Buehler, all of Waterloo, were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Farnum home. Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the W. H. Ganske home honoring Mrs. Edna Barnes were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ganske and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Schwake and family, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ganske and family. Mrs Leonarde Burlage, 55, died at Elkton, S.D., Saturday after a lingering illness. Funeral services were Tuesday at the Catholic Church at Elkton, with burial at Elkton. Mrs. Burlage is survived by her husband, eight children, one brother, and eight sisters. One of the sisters is Mrs. Ed Rader of Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rader and Raymond J. White of Worthington left Monday morning to attend the funeral. Miss Jackie Hennagcr of Maynard was a Sunday and Sunday overnight guest with Lois Schnor. John Barlels of Estherville was a Thursday afternon visitor with his aunt, Mrs. Richard Bartels. Carol, Karen, Diane, Joyce, Sharon, and Lynne Scott spent Saturday in the Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Koesler home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rieck were Sunday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erase home. Mrs. Frank Bohle and Charles and Mrs. Henry A. Buhr were Thursday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erase home at Plainfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Follow were week end guests in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lamphier at Dorchester. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Buhr of Aurora and Mrs. Frank Bohle were Sunday evening visitors in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Henry A. Buhr. Mrs. Allen Zeigelmeier returned to her home at Denver, Colo., after spending eight weeks ni the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Notbohm. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gade and family of Morton, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Rodell Titus and family of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bruening were guests of Mrs. Alvina Gade. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clefisch, Mr. and Mrs. William Buhr, and Mrs. Richard Bartels were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clefisch home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huebner left for their home at Orange, Calif., Monday morning after spending two weeks in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huebner and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Foss of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Oltrogge and family were Friday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oltrogge home in honor of Mrs. Henry Oltrogge's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rader, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rader and Mr. and Mrs. Verlynn Rader and family were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reiter at Larry's Restaurant at LaPorte City in honor of Mrs. Reiter's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Specht and family and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Meyer were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meyer home in honor of John's 9th birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rader were evning visitors. Mrs. Velma Doepke of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Graf, Marilyn and Raymond of West Union were Sunday dinner guests in the Mrs. Laura Graf home. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buss of Waverly and Mrs. Fena Bartels of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rock- daschel of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buenzow, and Mr. and Mrs. George Rockdaschel were Monday guests in the Devere Wescott home. Mrs. George Rockdaschel returned home with Mrs. Robert Rockdaschel for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Block were Tuesday evening visitors in the Mrs. Walter Pagel home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koch were Monday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Koester home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erase were Sunday dinner and afternoon visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Art Hoeper home at Waverly. Mrs. Don Kayser and Denisc of Independence were week end guests in the home of of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duffy. Mr.and Mrs. Robert Fridlcy and family of Independence were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fridley. Mrs. Bernard Buhr and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haar were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Rev. and Mrs. Roger Buhr home at Strawberry Point. Visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Wenthe were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wenthe, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bergstrom and Carol, all of Waterloo. Mrs. Don Vandersee and Dean and Mrs. Dennis Vandersee of Fayette were Thursday afternoon callers in the Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Vandersee home. Pat Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Benzine of Cedar Falls attended Eagle Scout ceremonies and were guests in the Harry Wilson home. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Richmann of Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Heidemann of Tripoli, and Mrs. Romaine Erase and sons visited Romaine and Lorraine Erase, patients at the University Hospital at Iowa City Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Lechner of Tonica, 111., came Saturday to be with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Fedeler, a patient at the Sumner Community Memorial Hospital, and to visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meier and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hrdlicka and Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mabon, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Mabon of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fox of Fairbank attended Eagle Scout ceremonies and were guests in the Lowell Mabon home after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haar, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dallenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoeger, Mrs. Herman Frisch, and Mrs. Henry Lemke were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Timm home in honor of Elmer's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huebner of Orange, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Gere Huebner of Fayette, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and family were pre-Thanksglving dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huebner home. The occasion also observed the birthday anniversary of Diane Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sadileck of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Youngblut, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Youngblut and family, Mrs. Anna Youngblut, Mrs. Lawrence Youngblut, Roger and Nancy and Mrs. Dennis Yungtum of Oran, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Slater, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Olsen of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Youngblut home at Lisbon honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frances Youngblut at a wedding reception. ,^.._ WESTGATE Miss Norma Klammer WESTGATE—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mahoncy and family ol Oel- wcin were Sunday evening visitors in (he Clarence Wolt home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wolf went to Belmond Sunday to view the tornado damage. Richard and Elaine Buhr were Sunday evening visitors of Rodney and Parn Weideman. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gipper of Waterloo were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Leonard Gipper home. Herbert Klammer of West Union was a Sunday supper guest in the Mrs. Fred Klammer home. Mrs. P. C. Kauten visited from Monday until Wednesday at the Mrs. Marge Sullivan home in Oclwein. Mrs. P. C. Kauten spent several days with Mrs. Florence Kaulen at Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. David Glienke of Storm Lake and Terry Glienke of Aurelia were week end guests in the Wilmer Buhr home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fuller of Waterloo were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Oscar Fink home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gordon of Evansdale were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests in the Donald Gordon home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nading of Randalia were Sunday supper guests in tho Don Gordon home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sodawasser of Dubuque spent several days the past week visiting in the Marvin Holt?, home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rueber and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rueber enjoyed a prc-Thanksglving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Meinkcn at Maynard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dumpman and Mrs. P. C. Kauten were business callers in Waterloo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. David Kauten, Mrs. P. C. Kauten, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lang, and Ernest Hopka helped Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Sumner celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Soda- wassor of Waterloo were Thursday evening visitors in the Marvin Holtz home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeWitz of Rochester spent the week end in the parental Oscar Fink home. Their children returned home with them after spending 10 days in the Fink home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lang, Ernest Hopka and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holtz and boys were Wednesday evening visitors in the Marvin Holtz home. Mrs. Donald Iliff of Dubuque spent Sunday evening and Monday in the Donald Roquet home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reinking were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Reinking home near Hawkeye. Nancy Reinking, a student nurse at Cedar Rapids, was home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rummel were Sunday evening visitors with Mrs. Florence Rummel at Maynard. Dawn, Donnic and Dave De- Witz, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fink were Wednesday supper guests In the Johnny Zierjack home in Oelwein. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rummel, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rummel, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rummel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Connor and Teresa en- joyed a dinner at Luelges in Oelwein in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rummel's 24lh wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mahoney and family of Oelwein were Sunday afternoon callers in the John Mahoney home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bolcyn and family of Washburn. were Sunday supper guests in the Ben Nachtman home. Miss Sylvia Adrian visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Hulda Moehlis at Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Knicf and girls, Mrs. Richard Block, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reinking Sumner Gazette—7 were Saturday evening guests in the Wm. Clock home in honor of Nina's first birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Decker returned home Friday evening after spending- a week with their daughter Mrs. Al Claussen at St. Paul, Minn., who was seriously ill. Mrs. Wm. Adrian went to Kansas City. Mo., to visit in the Alan Holmes home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rummel were week end guests in the Wayne Rummel home. BAKERY SPECIALS For Thanksgiving Day and the Weekend STOCK UP NOW! Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horsley were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Koseter home. Sunday evening guests in the Bernard Buhr home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Block and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haar. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bartels were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Lorenz Wenthe home. Miss Margaret Ann Aubrey of Waterloo spent from Friday until Tuesday morning with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Aubrey. . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dierks and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seehase were Sunday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stoffregen home. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Vandersee and Mrs. Gust Hahn were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Vandersee home at Fayette. Mrs. Augie Pagel and family of Denver, Mrs, Albert Pagel and Benj and Mrs. Russell Pagel and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Mrs. Walter Pagel home. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stoffregen and Mrs. John McClain were Wednesday evening visitors with Mrs. Darrell Davenport and family of Iowa Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dumpman. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Gersonde and Mr. and Mrs. George Gersonde were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Lenoard Martin home in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhrkopf, Scott and Jill of Albert Lea, Minn., will spend their Thanksgiving vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Fartzke at Westgate and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Duhrkopf. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosenow were Sunday dinner guests In the Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mabon home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mabon of Waterloo were afternoon callers enroute to attend the 50th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rulofson at West Union. NEW HOOVER Convertible FRIED CAKES PLAIN 90* Reg. 40c doz OO* doz. GLAZED - CHOCOLATE POWDERED - CALIFORNIA Reg. 48c doz. /| M* Your Choice ^*O* doz. TEA ROLLS Reg. 29c doi. 25* doz. ALSO ... try our Party Rolls — Dinner Rolls — Clover Leaf Rolls. CRISPIES . . Reg. • 56c doz. doz. You'll love our delicious PUMPKIN PIE Get enough for THANKSGIVING and The Weekend. DECORATED THANKSGIVING COOKIES SAVES MONEY. Beats, as It sweeps, as It c leans...carpets last longer. SAVES TIME. Large throw-away bag needs changing less often. SAVES WORK. Two speed motor gives 50% mote suction <:;lth s attachments. We carry disposable bags for all cleaners. Bags for All Brands NUMBER You May Be A $1 A.OO 10 Sumner Bakery Lucky Number 70441 Number Good Until 6:30 p.m., Tues., Nov. 29, 1966. Winner! Sumner Bakery $20 Winner — Helen Anderson Phone 224-3454 Volker Bros., Owners ONLY '79 1.95 MEYER ?!\ HARDWARE SUMNER DIAL 224-5136 AND FOR THE WEEKEND Decker's Canned Picnics . . 3 Ib. can $2.09 Hormel's Iowa Loaf . . . W Ib. Grapefruit 10 for U. S. No. 1 White Potatoes SNOBOY Cranberries pkg. U. S. No. 1 Louisiana YAMS IK *. PICKERING'S COOKIES By-Lo Food Store • A n A Cl J 4 A GllVMWIA Regular 29c pkg. FLAVORKIST 00 4 en., Phone 224-3412 — Sumner WE GIVE S & H * (BO GREEN STAMPS These Prices Good Through Saturday, Nov. 26th. Geisha MANDARIN ORANGES Reynold's Wrap Heavy Duty ALUMINUM FOIL 18 in. x 25 ft. roH Johnson's GRAHAM CRACKERS, 1 Ib. box Pillsbury Miracle ANGEL FOOD MIXES COLONIAL Tea Rolls Pkg. of 12 2 fir 49< New Crop — Random Pack BULK Pitted Dates 39* n, Pre-Chrisimas Discount Sale HERE'S AN EXTRA FOR TWO DAYS ONLY FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 & 26 on all sales $1.00 up PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS EVERYTHING IN THE STORE ALL FIRST QUALITY REGULAR STOCK *Sale merchandise not included. Play Stamps Unlimited — win up to 1000 FREE Green Stamps or more! McAloon's Dry Goods

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