Portland News •r Mr*. Victor Fltcfc Written Thursday, May 8 The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon. May 15 in the home of Florence Koestler with Eva Shipler as assistant hostess. Boll call: 'Something new I plan to try in the garden." Program: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson will show slides. Fun Time: Francis Smith and Grace Trenary. Mrs. Jesse Harms (Alleda), long time Portland resident, passed away last Tuesday night in the Kossuth County Hospital, Algona, after spending four weeks in Rochester and four weeks in the Kossuth County Hospital. Alleda is greatly missed by her many friends in Portland and we want the Harms family to know that our many thoughts and prayers are with them in this time of sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill have a new grandson, a baby boy was born Sunday night to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trunk- hill, weighing about 8 pounds. He has been named Chad Allen. Chad has a brother, Andy, three years old. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leerar of Britt. Andy Trunkhill has been spending the past few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Trunkhill. Christine Peterson of Whittemore has also been visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson and family of Whittemore were Sunday supper guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- 1 hill and grandsons Andy and Mathew Trunkhill were Monday supper guests in the Jerry Peterson home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling of Hurt drove to Fort Dodge to attend the funeral of Mrs. Frank Messerly. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey of Algona were Thursday dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds of Burt were Wednesday evening guests. Mrs. Mattie Hertzke and son Maynard of Lakota spent Sunday afternoon visiting in the Schwietert home. Mrs. E.G. Schwietert entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Attending w-^re Mrs. Elsie Dugan, Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Mrs. Ruth Carman of Algona, Mrs. Esther Bahling, Esther Sorenson, Mrs. Hilda Gross, Mrs. Grace Trenary and Laura Sewick, all of Burt. Mrs. Sarah Stewart was unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and family attended .a party Monday evening in the Harvey Larson home in honor of Harvey's birthday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arend and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and family of Algona, Mrs. Gladys Christensen of Wesley and Ross Buffington of Titonka. Mrs. Jack Thompson attended the U.M. W. Wednesday afternoon. The children from Peter Pan entertained them. Around 30 attended. Fourteen members attended the Ruth Circle Wednesday afternoon in the home of Vera Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber and family drove to the Phil Meyer home Monday afternoon to see the new boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Meyer on Sunt'ay, April 20 in the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville., He weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces, and has been named Nathan David. Mr. and Mrs. Weber went back again Friday evening to visit Mrs. Bob Gatton, Mrs. Meyer's mother, who is assisting in the Meyer home and helping care for the new baby. Mrs. Hazel Carroll was a Tuesday evening coffee guest in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill and Mathew, Martin Voight, and Mrs. Dennis Shipler, Denise and Kirk were Wednesday morning coffee guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murphy of Des Moines were Tuesdsy overnight guests in the Lawrence and 'Vincent Govern home. Mrs. Robert Weber and Mrs. Linda Meister drove to St. Paul, Minn, on Tuesday to visit Mrs. Weber's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Art Sousa. They also attended the John Denver concert at the Civic Center, staying overnight and returning home Wednesday. Lynn and Karla Weber, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber, were confirmed Tuesday morning, April 29 in St. John's Catholic Church, Bancroft. Mrs. Robert Weber was Lynn's sponsor and Mrs. Donald Weber, Karla's mother, was Karla's sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson and family ware Sunday guests in the John Carlson home in Whittemore in honor of Brett's confirmation Sunday morning in the Whittemore Lutheran Church. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlson of Titonka, Mr 0 and Mrs. Norman Carlson of Algona, and Mrs. Hilma Carlson and Carol of Burt. They were all Sunday afternoon luncheon guests. Other friends called during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler and family drove to Waverly a week ago Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and family. Roxanne Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Davis, is spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, rural Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher and family were Sunday dinner guests in the-home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs and family at Algona. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, May 6 in the home of Bonnie Rike. Attending were Viva Ringsdorf, Emily Larsen, Bonnie Rike, Hazel Carroll, Leona Haase, Karen Ruse, Vera Fitch, Janice Moore, Marian Spear and Margaret Plielps. After business was discussed, the afternoon was spent visiting. A picnic has been planned for the first Sunday in June. Margaret Phelps is to furnish ice cream and kool-acle. (Others to bring hot dishes, salads, etc. Viva Ringsdorf and Janice Moore received a birthday gift from their secret sisters. There was also a plant, bulb an<~< seed exchange. Maxine's Circle of the Burt Presbyterian Church met Wednesday evening in the home of Avis Christensen. Ten members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christensen and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Roger Schmidt home near Titonka. They attended the Immanuel Lutheran Church, where Susan Schmidt was confirmed that morning, and along with 55 others, were dinner guests in honor of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and Mark, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the Walter McCormick home at West Bend. The kindest word in all the world is the unkind word, unsaid. NOTICE 1 We are receiving patient inquiries. We do not discriminate on the basis or race, color, or national origin. Admission is not restricted to members of any group, order or religious belief. Financial arrangements, rates and availability of accomodations are made available to all without discrimination. CALL: 928-2600 T/TONKA CARE CENTER TITONKA, IOWA Redenius Ins. Agency Phone 923-2263 can tell you about. . . Titonka, Iowa The Arithmetic of CROP HAIL LOSSES Midwest Farmery \ $150.00 P/A to plant CORN Invest -(Erf.) ) $117.00 P/A to plant SOYBEANS and RISK LOSING- PAOF/TSrorr *10*00-*160.00 P/A more It «w crop is LOST TO MAIL. number ofacrtf you ptontog Isn't it worth a lew dollars per icre to protect yourself from not only losing your crop and your lncome...but even your farm. • All figures based on the last two year avoi ages lor yield planting costs and gram prices Written Monday, May 12 Mr. and Mrs, John Ree and family were Mother's Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Leora Ree at Buffalo Center. A sister of Mr. Ree, Mrs. Charlene Franklin and daughter, Tim of Minneapolis were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Ree and family were afternoon visitors and supper guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Louise Hansmeier at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill and boys ate out last Friday at the River Road Golf Club. This was in honor of Mrs. Trunk- hill's birthday, which was Thursday, May 8. Mr. and Mrs. Jody Cunningham of Burt were Sunday supper guests in the Richard Trunkhill home in honor of Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boeteller of Burt were Sunday evening visitors in die E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. Irma Barton of Algona and Mrs, Wally Woods and Jennifer attended the Mother's Tea Saturday at the Plum Creek School put on by the Plum Creek Elite Girls' 4-H Club. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods of Shefield were Mother's Day dinner guests in the Wally Woods home. Tony Woods was one of the Burt seniors who left Friday for Houston, Tex. for their class trip. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson and family were among those entertained at a supper in the Edward Grimes home at Whittemore. Thirteen were present. Mr. and Mrs. John Rath of near Algona took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy of Burt, and his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath of Lone Rock, out to dine at the "Aloha" in West iiencl in honor of Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy visited Mrs. Christine Von Bank and Mrs. Lillie Wood of Algona in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Trenary and Becky Sue were dinner and supper guests in the Bill Trenary home on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch visited in die Arthur Hix home near Fenton, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City and Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth dined at the Fireside Cafe on Modier's Day. Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Burt left Wednesday from Forest City with a motor home for Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She returned home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel and family attended the Quarter Horse Show at Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Meyer of Cedar Falls were weekend guests in the parental Eugene Meyer home. Mrs. Robert Weber and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer of Fenton, and Mrs. Jim Antoine and girls of Bancroft spent the weekend in St. Paul and attended the First Communion for Joseph Sousa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Sousa, Sunday morning at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs, Gene Thompson and family of Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors in die j. R. Thompson home. Mother's Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. June Sparks were Mrs. Guy Dimond and Mrs. Marilyn Dawson, Melanie and Paul, of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler were Mother's Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling. • Nona Jensen of Milbank, S.D., a neice of Mrs. Virgie Smith, arrived last Thursday to spend awhile visiting here. Modier's Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Virgie Smith were Nona Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and Joe of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton of Fort Worth, Tex. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frambach 'of Algona. Mrs. Boyd Shipler and children visited Mrs. Eva Shipler and Mr. and Mrs. William Madsen of Burt on Sunday afternoon. A dinner was held at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Sunday in honor of seven graduates, all cousins: Colleen and Jeffary Jentz, son and daughter of die Mervin Jentz's of Burt; Robert Farrell, son of the Ed Farrells of Algonaj Cindy Alt, daughter of the Melvin Alts of Algona; Randy Greinert, son of the Fred Greinerts of Ringsted; Judy Countryman, daughter of the Richard Countrymans of Titonka; and Susan Lampe, daughter of die Harold Lampes of Burt. There were about 30 people in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear To the End of Tim* the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives the spirit. It is this thought that oar services express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 582-2858 or 562-2731 If no answer call 562-2309 Buffalo Center, Iowa Get a load of extra profit Get a load of extra profit at Farmers Co-op Elevator with a load of CO-OP Swine Feed. 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Mrs. Henry Smith visited a cousin, Mrs. Ray Black, Sunday afternoon in the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona. She also visited Floss Leason, Fred Gebkin and Mrs. Barney Franklin. Michael Mawdsley spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. Mother's Day guests in the home of Mrs. Maybelle Becker in Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Michael and Merrill of Burt, George Becker and Susan of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Sclmaken- berg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg and family of Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs. Frank Becker attended the shower Friday evening for Barbara Batt at the Burt Lutheran Church. Several Portland families attended the Farewell Pot Luck Supper Sunday for Jo Raska in the Burt Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Duane Mawdsley attended Virginia's Circle in the home of Mrs. Ruth Patterson last Wednesday afternoon. 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