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luVene girl is married to Goldf ield man LuVerne — Eleanor Elizabeth Rockwood, LuVerne, and Dan M. Stephens, Goldfield, were married at 3 p.m. March 27, in the LuVerne Methodist church - Their parents are Mrs, Ardis STRIKES 'N SPARES . MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE J High Team Series Corner Store __.__ 2767 Hiah Team Game Corner^ Store ____„__,_ 959 High Individual Series R. Nielsen and L. Calkins 551 ;. High Individual Game L. Calkins 215 : TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Hiah Team Series Pioneer Cheese 2285 High Team Game Pioneer Cheese 797 High Individual Series Norma Watts 565 High Individual Game Norma Watts ___ 212 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series LuVerne Bldg. 2888 High Team Game LuVerne Bldg. 1000 Hiah Individual Series Les Calkins 582 High Individual Game Owen Curry 247 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Robinson 2187 High Team Game Robinson 748 Hrih Individual Series J. Veldhouse 555 Betty Hansen 477 Hiah individual Game J. Veldhouse 1 220 Carmen Nielsen 199 RocVwood, LttVefne, and the late Wilder Roekwood and the Don Stephens, Goldfield. The Rev. Roy A. Biese- meyef read the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was by Mrs. Lucinda Stone, LuVerne, church organist. The bride was escorted to the altar by Alva Hill, Gold- ueid, friend of the bride and groom. She was attended as matron of honor by her twin sister, Elaine, Mrs. Jerry Briggs, Des Moines. Best man was Ronald Trotter, Goldfield. Ushers were Dennis and Dean Stephens, Goldfield, brothers, and candlelight- ers a brother Dale Stephens, Goldfield, and Butt Schipull, Lu Verne. A reception was held in the church rooms with hostess Mrs. Ray Agard, LuVerne, and assisted in serving by Mrs. Peter Hjelmeland and daughter Mary. Serving punch was Mrs. John 0. Cox, LuVerne, and pouring coffee was Mrs. Alva Hill, Goldfield. Cutting and serving cake was Mrs. Griffit, Goldfield. In charge of guest book, Mrs. Don Ray Stephens, and opening the gifts Linda Agard Fort Dodge. She is a graduate of the Lu Verne high school and the university at Ames and has been employed at Bankers Life, Des Moines, five years. He is a graduate of Goldfield and recently discharged from the army. They will live in Goldfield. Tribune THURSDAY/APRIL 14. 1966 LuVerne seniors to present play Friday LuVerne — Plan to spend a fun-filled evening Friday, April 15, as the senior class of Lu Verne high school presents a series of humorous acts which are entitled "A Night Out^-at The Theatre". The play, held in the LuVerne high school Gym, is scheduled to begin at 7:45 p.m. Tickets may be purchased from members of the senior class or at the door. Lunch will be served. PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—S LuVerne boy back from SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE W L 34 48 55 63 Nielsens 66 Goetschs 52 Lawsons 45 Blake 37 High Team Series Blake's 2110 High Team Game Nielsens 740 High Individual b Allen B. - 554 Lola H. 506 ' High Individual Game Allen B. 201 Kathy C. 191 Easter guests at Supt. L. B. She! ton's were their son, Lee Shelton, Toronto, Canada, and their daughter, Marjene Shelton, counselor at Stephens college, Columbia, Mo. Henry Marty went to Ames x> join Mrs. Marty for the Easter weekend. Mrs. Marty is assisting at their son the Carroll Martys while Mrs. Marty is ill. Home for Easter with their parents from Ames were Dale Kubly, George Hanselman, John Wickett, David Mueller, Sheri Ramus, Raeann Brink, Clara Schnakenberg, Kris Hanselman and Sandra Walline. George Schnetzer, daughters Connie, Jane and Cindy, left after school Thursday for Oseola, Mo. for the Easter weekend at his father George Schnetzer's. Mrs. Bertha Nelson, Frost, Minn., is spending a vacation visiting her daughter Alice, the Earle Hanselmans. The E.U.B. church W.S.W.S. met April 7 in the church with Mrs. Albert Hefti presiding. Mrs. Fred Merkle was hostess. Mrs. August Pergande was a guest. Lesson study was by CHURCH CIRCLES MEET WSCS circles met April 6. Circle 1 met with Mrs. John 0. Cox with Mrs. Chester Sill co- hostess. Fourteen members answered roll call. Devotions were led by Mrs. Edward Hof and lesson by Mrs. Cox. Mrs. Faye Lichty presided. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Percy Brink with Mrs. Anne Smith, co-hostess. Nine members answered roll call. Devotions were by Mrs. Carl Swanson, 'lesson Mrs. Francis Shorey. Mrs. CUT Bjustrom presided. Circle 3 met with Mrs. Ralph Stoll, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., hostess. Ten answered roll call Devotions were by Mrs. W. Raymond Legler and lesson Mrs Eldon Martinson. Mrs. Legler Mrs. Lawrence Marty by other members. assisted presided. Guests were Mrs Charles Nygaard, Wesley, and her aunt, Mrs. Betty West, Lyn wood, Calif. Boys state QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District LuVernc Community Township LuVerne County Kossuth I do Viercbv certify that this report is a true and correct statement ot in jedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for Rose Pattersor Secretary proceedings pertaining the quarter ending March 31, 1966. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhous. Fund Balance from Previous Quarter HHV.HH Total Receipts for Quarter 435.08 Total to Account for Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at End of Quarter - 1,324.96 45.00 1,279.96 General Fund The William Abbotts, AAinne apolis, came Saturday for the Easter weekend with Mrs. Abott's parents, the C. W. Bjus troms. The Victor Knarys, Moline III, came Thursday for the Eas ter weekend with his parents the Emmett Knarys. His mother Mrs. Knary is now home after a week at St. Ann hospital. The John Vosses had as guests Sunday for the 5th birthday of Craig Voss, son of the Delmer Vosses, Eagle Grove, he John Vosses ST., Algona and Ceith Vosses. The Arthur W. Dimlers went Saturday to Clarence for the iaster weekend with their daughter Vera, the Don Ireys. Thev were lunch guests of heir daughter Kathy, the Jam- 3S Nevilles, in Ames. The Herman Schulzes had .heir three children home as laster weekend guests. They were the Earl Gronbachs, Hay- ield, Minn., Roy Roeds, Wood- LuVerne — Daryl Trauger, jUVerne, has been chosen to. go jo Boys State from the LuVerne Legion Ernest Merkle Post at Camp Dodge, Des Moines week of June 5. Alternate is Dale Schipull, son of the Everett Schipulls, LuVerne. Daryl 17, s the son of the Harold Traug- ers, LuVerne, and is the last and third son of the Traugers elected to Boys State. A Junior in the LuVerne high school his activities include speech, baseball, basketball, straight I A : )honor student, stage, band and class treasurer. He is a member of the LuVerne Methodist church and officer of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. MEET AT FARM W.S.C.S. Evening Star Circles met Thursday evening at Mrs. LeRoy Weber's with nine present. Devotions were by Mrs. Dale Zentner, lesson study by Mrs. Vernon Eggleston. Mrs; Ben Hefty presided uvthe .absence of the chairman, Mrs. Gerald Ramus. i LuVerne — Denny Ray Legler, 17, son of the Raymond Leglers, has returned from Washington, D.C. Denny Ray is ^attending school for the deal at Council Bluffs. Going on the trip were 41 students of the junior and senior grades and 11 sponsors. He is a junior. The trip was made by train from Chicago. They visited Philadel phia, Washington, D.C. and New York City. In Washington they visited the Gallaudet College for deaf, the largest college in the United States and the world They returned by Chicago, whe re each continued home for the Easter vacation. Denny .Ray re turned Monday to the school a Council Bluffs. PLAN BUS TRIP Aid of the LuVerne Zion Ev angelical Lutheran church me in the church April 7. Guesl LuVerne — Mae Belle Maass, daughter of Mrs. Marie Maass of LuVerne, a senior, teaching physical education .at Westmar College is completing'her practice teaching 'requirements in the college's school of educa tion at LeMars Central, LeMars Westmar College is one of sev en colleges supported ; by the Evangelical < United Brethren Church in the U.S. ington, Minn., were Easter we- kend guests of his father, the Adolph Koesters. The Clifford Hansens, Sioux City, were Easter weekend viS- tors with his brother the Hard- ng Hansens. Sunday guests were their sister the Russell Kel- _eys and their father ( Harold Hansen who lives at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. The Leonard Wilsons, Livermore, their daughter the James Millers, Fort Dodge, visited her sister, the Harold Meyers, Easter Sunday. Prank Gronbach and nephew Robert Gronbach met the plane in Fort Dodge Saturday to get their brother and uncle Law rence (Pat) Gronbach, Los Angeles, Calif., who came for two weeks with relatives and friends. SARD OF THANKS — 1 wish to express my thanks to all my relatives) and MeMp fof cards, letters, visits, and All kindnesses When I was hospital- zed at Britt. Everett Schipull. •^' 30* The Ralph Stolls visited Easter in Eagle- Grove with-their son the Dennis Stolls. ; , The Lester Smiths were Palm Sunday guests,of their son, the Wayne . Smiths; > ?•••;" .Clear -Lake. They attended the baptism of their granddaughter Susan Jo- The Harrison Cords visited Easter Sunday in Des Moines with their children and other friends. Laurie Coyle was surprised Friday by classmates at the Earl ohn home for her 16th birth- ay JARD OF THANKS—With deepest gratitude we wish to thank our many friends; neighbors and relatives for the many beautiful flowers, cards, food, memorial* and numerous kindnesses shown to us following the recent death of our beloved brother. Our heartfelt thanks to Reverend A. Biesemeyer, to the soloists, Mrs. Dick Hefty and Mrs. Marshall Clancy, to the musicians, Mrs. Dale Killey. Also to the LuVerne W. S. C. S. ladies for serving lunch at the church.. May God bless each one. Violet and Luella Swiger, Mr. and • Mrs. Ralph Consoer. The W. Raymond Leglers had as guests Saturday his brother the Earl Leglers, Knoxville and ;heir parents, the Wilson Legers, Fort Dodge. They were all guests Sunday at the senior Leg- eftv4i6m<e/\ihc;Mrtv kBotig&iifhd Balance from Previous Quarter Total Receipts for Quarter ---------- ....... -- ........ .17,975.95 Total to Account for ---------------------------------- 55,507.73 ixpcnd.tu.es Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter -J3.JJi.JJ (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount Total Expenditures 43,806.84 Balance at End of Quarter 11,700.89 Balance from Previous Quarter Total Receipts for Quarter Total to Account for Total of Warrants Drawn During Quarter — Trans, to Gen. Fund Balance at End of Quarter • Special Couriei Fund 1.29 .46 1.75 1.75 —0— Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Interest on bonds -- LIST OF WARRANTS (except salaries) SCHOOLHOUSE FUND For What Amount 45.00 QENERAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid For What Audio Visual Division * Advance Publishing Co. Americana Interstate American Standard Corp. Ball Pen Co. of America Bock Bros. Welding Bureau 1 of Audio-Visual William C. Brown Co. The Business Press Bureau of Dental Hygiene --Carroll Garage The Cola^ Co. Corner Store Chopin Shoe Repair Churchill Chemical Co. John Colburn Assoc. Cook's Welders Supply Data-Guide Dist. Corp. Doubleday & Co. Economics Press K. C. Frank Sales Co Friden, Inc. Ginn & Co. — Hammond & Stephens -Harper & Row Publishers Houff Sporting Goads D. C. Heath & Co. Ideal Chemical Co. Inter-Collegiate Press ISEA Library Service ol ~ ' 33.00 49.06 6.40 81.02 27.07 55.80 8.80 6.12 6.10 1.44 42.55 36.38 5.77 58.55 33.00 5.45 30.84 4.80 3.57 5.52 15.60 52.00 2.96 5.96 7.33 74.23 209.51 40.00 55.82 90.02 181.60 International Business Machines V"" la. Public Employees Retirement .= --- 641.84 la. Employment Security Commission 9£?'~l la. State Industries Iowa Public Service Co. — Iowa State Agency Iowa State University 579.76 17.75 5.92 Koutzky Sporting Goods 8..16 kWcuth Mntnr Co. il.'ii. Kossuth Motor Co. Lokota' Consolidated School -- 10.00 344.00 Lotto's' Business Systems J 2rV^ J. S. Lat.tg & Son '6.58 Uawson .Hardware 81.95 J. B. Lippincott Co. -------- .uVerne Building Co. ------- ..uVerne Clinic ------------- .uVerne Insurance Agency _- .yons Band Instrument Co. — _yons & Cornahan --------- bine, and Dennis Mora, Minn. Schultzes, The H. J. Langbahns, Green Mountain, were Tuesday guests of their daughter the Allen Slakes for the birthday of Mr. Langbehn April 3. Pvt. James Lenz concluded were Mrs. Martha Goicoechea,, an", born Jan.?3. Reno, Nev., and Mrs. Lowell Thomas. Mrs. Thomas is a new member. Mrs. Robert Nielsen was hostess. The Rev. R. T. Mueller, pastor, conducted the lesson. Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman presided. They will charter a bus May 12 to go to the Tulip festival in Pella and visit the Ledges Stats Park, Boone. They will take a sack lunch. HAWAIIAN VISITOR 'Linda Nelson, her friend lone Ohikama, of Hawaii, both attending Morningside, Sioux City, had a vacation April 1 to 11 at the parental Raymond Nelson's. >irthday of Mrs. W. Raymond .egler April 11, was observed and a decorated cake was made by Mrs. Earl Legler. Mrs. Helen Tophey is spend- ng some time visiting in > Lee Summitt, Mo., suburb of Kansas City, with her daughter Mary, the George Bertes. The Bertes have a 7 Ib. 5 oz. daughter, Brenda Marie, born March 24. They have a son Brian, 2. The paternal Berts grandparents live at St. Joe. Maebelle Maass, her brother Robert Maass, Suzanne Dudley, students at Westmar, Le Mars, were Easter weekend guests of their parents, Mrs. Marie Maass and the Clyde Dudleys. Biddies and Kiddies SCO card olub met with Mrs. Jerry Stille Tuesday. Mrs. Larry Henderson was co-hostess. At play, Mrs. i The Richard Lanns, Fort Dodge, were Easter guests of her parents, the Harry Naffzigers. Mrs. Olga Ruger went to visit her son the Carl Rugers, Mason City. Mrs. Ruger, 81, recent- AhBd'iupgery i af-'the- 'hospital at Britt. She will now enter a Mason.' City hospital for treatment and further surgery. Robert Norcross, son of the Joseph Norcrosses, and his fian- tee, 'Dona Richardson, Story City, went Monday to Iowa City where he entered the University hospital for surgery. He had similar surgery for kidney stones there last September. The Ralph Stolls visited in Al- dcn recently with sisters of VIrs. Stoll. Mrs. Grover Mcln- .ire was entering, the Universi- ;y hospital, Iowa City, for medical observation. Mrs. Frank Hut chinson was entering an Iowa Falls hospital for surgery. Ronnie, son of the Jerry Smi ths, Iowa Falls, and Lisa, daugh ter of the Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake, Sunday, left after two weeks visit with their grand Mrs.,Bess Connelly, Bancroft, is a guest of Mrs. Jessie Stripling since 'April 4. Easter guests of the Walter Bierstedts 'were their children, the Nbrbert Bierstedts, Algona; Leonard Hansens, Irvington, and the John" Bierstedts, Lu Verne^ and her sister Denise Strayer, Algona. Jim Werner, De Graff, Minn. was a Saturday and Sunday guest of his sister the Billy Hardcopfs. Easter guests at the parenta Albert Wilhelm's were the Ri chard Larsons, Sioux City; Rog er Days, Humbbldt; Lew Hip pens, Tnor; the Dennis Wil kelms, Belmond; Loren Wil helms, Boone, and the Milton Wilhelms, LuVerne. An Baste egg hunt for the grandchildre was held in the home becaus of the snow storm. The Lester Smiths had as Eas McCormick Mathers v\cGuiness Co. Marshall 8. Swift VAetropolitan Supply Co. Poland Meyer Wid-Bell Music Co. The Miller Co. Miller Music Midwest Shop Supply National Textbook Corp. 18.3 73.8 5.00 59.00 9.47 1.65 37.20 1.11 73.51 13 - 08 69.17 57.95 30.74 9 ''?1 b.46 Nielsen DX Service - — - 1 '°? 4 ' 3 4 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co. .. Omaha School Equipment Patterson Electric Service Paxton Equipment & Supply _ Pink Supply Co. Pittsburgh Plate Gloss Co. -Frederick A. Praeger, Inc. Pratt Paper Co. Readers Digest Books Kenneth J. Roethler Sanford Plumbing & Heating Science Research Assoc, School Bus Fleet Scott, Foresman & Co. Sieg-Fort Dodge Co. Silver Burdelt Co. Sioux City Music Supply Howard H. Smith, Exp. Slate College of Iowa 42.57 60.87 39.37 12.00 3.50 58.98 16.0C Salaries for Quarter 35,331.3; Thermogas Co. of Algona Traugers Food Market Town of LgVerne University of Illinois Vogue Pattern Book The Welch Scientific Co. The H. W. Wilson Co. Total Expenditures $43,806.84 Secretary of the above rwjmed School Pistrict, do hereby certify proceedi qggrter ending Mgrch 31 1966. Rose Patterson Secretory his furlough, with his wife Mrs Suzie Blake> Lenz, her parents the Allen Blakes, his parents the Roland Lenzes, and left Fri day for Fort Eustis, Va., for further schooling. He took his basic at Fort Leonard Wood, Th* Otto Lawsons Uft Friday for the Easter weekend visiting her parents the Ernest Vanse- luses, Spooner, Wis., and other relatives. Th* W, Raymond LegUrt attended the wedding of her nephew Jon Haider and Ruth Ulrich, Pocaihontas. The- service was 8 p.m., April 2 in the Emmetsburg Methodist church. At .he reception Mrs. Legler assisted with serving cake. The William Goetsches visit;ed Thursday to Tuesday in Denver, Colo., with their daughter, Sheryl Ann, the Douglas Whites. The Howard Willes, Rock Is land, came Thursday for the Easter weekend with her brother the George Studers. They visited his parents the Otto Willes, LuVerne, and her mother, Mrs. Helen Studer, in Corwith. The John Vo«ses, Jr., Keith Vosses, LuVerne and John Vos- ses, Sr., Algona, were Sunday guests at Delmer Voss's, Eagle Grove. They attended the bap tism of Delwyn Scott, son of the Delmer Vosses, in the Evan gelioal United Lutheran church in Eagle Grove. Sponsors were the Keith Dean and Mankato State, Mankato, Minn. spent Easter weekend with their parents the Harold aiw James Traugers. Clif Richardson, high; Mrs. Leslie Calkins, low; Mrs. Gerald Ramus, 9 bid, and travel : Mis. Henderson. The Verne Heinies, Waverly, and Mrs. Zatha Myklebust, Ale xander, Minn., were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Alma Madden Mrs. Heine and Mrs, Myklebust re sisters of the late Jo& Mad den. Mrs. Myklebust remained o visit-Mrs. Madden. Mrs: 'Mad len and Mrs. Myklebust wen o visit at Fenton and Ringsted Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of April A. Notary Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algc-no, Iowa, April H, 1966 Ronald Trauger The Raymond Nfkons, the! guests, and Gene Will were Eas ter guests of Mrs. Nelson's par ents, the M. L. Duttons, Burt 30^ FOR SALE — New and used lawn mowers. Lawson Hardware,, LuVerne and '•] Renwick. Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, her aughter Mrs./ Charles Nygaard, iVesley, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Jetty West, Lynwood, visited Monday in Rockwell City with he Arthur Henrys, their daugr hter and sister. The Ben Seipkers, Dei Moines, were Easter weekend visi- ,ors with her parents the Fay larmons. Sunday guests were a daughter, the Merrill Heftys, Ottosen, and Linda McVay and Carmen Boyd, Humboldt. The Robert Mitchells, Meson City, attended services Sunday in the E.U.B. church and were guests of her parents, the Jack Heftys. Easter guests at Bernard Coy le's were his parents the Mike Coyles, Ottosen, Marvin Wiers Spring Valley, Minn., Don Blan choijs, Ottosen, and Dennis Hanselman and Mike Stripling LuVerne. The Keith Smiths, Humboldt were,Easter guests of her par ents, the Harold Meyers. The Laurel Bentlys, Fairfiek her father Phil C. Lichty, livin CARD OF THANKS — We wish to express our thanks for the many acts of neighbors and friends and kindnesses of the staff of St; Ann 'Hospital, Algo na. The Emmett Knary Family. SINGER in beautiful console cabinet. With forward and re- erse stitching, zig-zag sewing, outtonhole making monogramming and fancy stitch designs with attachments. Fully guaranteed. Full balance $41.25 at 4>1.25 weekly or will discount for cash. May be seen in your area. Write Credit Manager,* Belle Plaine, Minnesota. 28-30-32* ter guests their children the at the Rotary Ann Home in Ea ler guests uieir cnnint.ii • mvk 1 * 1 ' «•"' »»«*«• j *».»••• »*v».«i». «•• *-.u Gary Ites, Jerry Smiths, lowa'gle Grove, spent Saturday and parents, the Lester Smiths. Easter guests at Rev. R. T Mueller's were his mother Mrs. Mathilda Mueller, 87, of Minneapolis, their son Ted, New York City, fieldman for Pepsi Cola, David, Ames, and Joel, Concordia Academy, St. Paul. The Jim Grays, Algona, were Easter guests of her parents-the i^ohir Stampkas. Falls, and Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt went April 13 to Iowa City for a check-up at the University hospital. She made the trip by bus from Algona. The Henry Kublys had as Easter guests their son the Elmer Kublys, son Dale, Ames; daughter the Edwin Martys, and their daughter Judean Welthas, Randall. Visitors Sunday at Edwin Marty's were their daughter the Arnie Elberts, Harlan, and Mr. Elbert's brother, Joe Elbert, Fonda. Beulah and Doris Eggleston, Des Moines, were weekend visitors with their mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston. Their aunt, Sunday in the Lichty home he re. " " COMPARE OUR PRICES OUR BIG SPRING SALE IS NOW ONI Lawson Hardware LuVerne — Renwick Mrs. Betty West, Calif., visiting here, The Sherman Arends had rguests over the Easter weekend. Good Friday guests were efore Mrs. Myklebust returned!his parents the Grover Arends, home. Gene Will was an Easter wee- tend guest of his parents, the Robert Wills. He is attending an area technical school in' Sioux City. ; Connie Schnetzer, 17, daugh- .er of George Sohnetzer, Lu Verne, and the late Mrs. Schnetzer, a senior in the LuVerne school has been accepted to at- end Westmar college at Le Mars. The Thees Schnakenbergs were Easter guests of her parents, ;he Martin Beckers, Algona. The Mrthday Easter of Thees Schnakenberg was celebrated. Easter guests of the Richard Williams, and twin daughters Joe Arends, Rochester, Minn., and Joyce, the Jim Dueas, Hum ,bol<Jt. Saturday guests for the birthday of Mrs. Jessie Strip- Jing, mother of Mrs. Arends, were the Dewayne Tobeys, Readlyn, Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, Bess Connelly, Bancroft, the Clem Striplings, Mrs. Albert Schneider, Mike Stripling and Laurie Coyle, LuVerne. Eas- .ter guests were Sandra Strip ling, Des Moines; the Dewayne Tobeys, Readlyn; Bess Connelly Bancroft; Mrs. Jessie Stripling and the Clem Striplings, Lu Verne. • Easter weekend Lynwood, accompan- ed them to Webster City to vis- t her sister the Albert Rupples. The Herman Koesters, Bloom- guests at Bristows were their daughters j Harold' Ristau's were their dau the Jim Browns, Fort Dodge, i ghter Carol, Northwest Missouri Larry Days, Cedar Rapids, and Eddie Bristow, Junior college, Webster City. The Robert Smiths were Easter guests of her parents, the Charles Heinkel's. David Naffziger and Nancy Brink, Araes, were Easter weekend visitors with their parents the Harry Naffaigers and Allyn Brinks. < The A. J. Pergandes attended Good Friday services at 12:45 p.m. in. the former church of Mrs. pergaAde, the First JBaptist church, Fort Dodge. State College, Maryville, Mo. and her friend Pete Easterhaus, Salisbury,'Mo. 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