(la.) Upper De* Molnes Thursday, March 2, 1961 Elbert Infant AfWhittemore Virus Victim Whittemore —Funeral services Were held Monday forenoon from the Hylnk Funeral Home for Robert Wayne Elbert, infant son, of Mr and Mrs Wayne Elbert, who was born Feb. 10, 1961. He passed away .early Sunday morning m the St. Ann hospital in Algona, where he was taken Friday suffering with virus pneumonia. DCW111B iul „„„„,„„ WUI1V . He is survived by his parents. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms were one sister Joan and a brother Thursday dinner guests and Kathy, Virginia and Emma wen Sunday evening supper guests in the Billy Christensen home, in h'orior of little Debbie Christen sen's first birthday. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pres thus and Nancy Were Thursday evening supper guests in the' P W. Marlow home. Mrs Tracy Stone and R ic k y were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Mrs Dwight Ruse visited a few days in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs George Hix, while some painting and varnishing Was being done in her home. Mrs Ray Dremmel, Mrs Axel Carlson, Mrs Ronald Orlman and Mrs Russell Patterson spent Wednesday at the Jesse Harms home sewing for mission work. Billy. , Burial was in St. Michael's Cemetery north of Whittemore, the Rev. Philip Dailey officiating at the graveside rites. The Setting Hen Card Club met Tuesday evening at the Charles Sohultz home with Mrs William Faulstich as co-hostess, Mrs Dick Russell won high and travel and Mrs James Schultz won low. Mr and Mrs Gottlieb 'Loebach entertained at 500 Sunday evening. Milford Elbert and Mrs Arthur Elbert won high; Arthur Elbert and Mrs Robert Simmons won low, Mr and Mrs Richard Vaughn entertained the Town and Coun. try card club at their home Sun day evening. Mr and Mrs Fran Eisele won high; Mike Merge and Mrs' Leo Walters low; an Leo Walters travel. Lorraine Butzke, daughter o Mr and Mrs Reuben Butzke o Whittemore, was among 45 stud ent nurses at Iowa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines to take part in the capping ceremonies Sunday. Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker Sr., became grandparents for the first time on Friday, February. 17, when a son was born to Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker Jr.. of Laurens. This is their first child. Judy Grimes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Grimes, entered the Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg, Thursday morning and underwent an emergency appendectomy operation. Mrs Bert Seely entered the Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg, Monday morning for observation and X rays. Word was received here that W. A. Rusch of Fort Dodge is a patient in the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mr Rusch was a former barber here, and is a brother of Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mrs Herman Zumach and Mrs Aurelia Leiningcr. A post nuptial shower was held Sunday afternoon in the Immanuel Lutheran church parlors in Lotts Creek, for Mrs Dick Potratz. Many from here attended. Mrs Potratz was the former Luella Lallicr of Algona, they live in LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoidenwith returned home from Albert Lea, Friday afternoon where they spent the week with their son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker. Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers and daughter September Sue of Algona, and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle were Sunday evening callers at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Robert Bell of Algona, William Bell of West Bend, were Tuesday afternoon callers at the William Meyer Sr. home. Monday evening callers were Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mrs Mathildn Meyer, Tuesday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr., Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and Mr and Mrs Elvin Meyer of here. Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs William Meyer Sr. Mr and Mrs Carl Siebrecht of Storm Lake, and Mrs Leah Nordseth of Emery, So. Dakota, wore Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Relatives of Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder heloed Mr Bruhn celebrate his birthday Sunday evening. They were Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs Dale Bell, Mr and Mrs Harry Seely, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family. Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and daughter Carol and Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, of here. Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family of Rodman. spent the day with Jennie Harms in Titonka. ,Mr and Mrs Lawrence Prcsthus and Nancy were Thursday evening supper guests in the P. W. Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Johnny Harms and family visited in the Rudolph Peter home Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker re- where they purchased a farm. ceived Word from the Ray Me Whorters. They are now i Mexico City and will tour Mexi co. They plan to be home abou the ; last of March. Mr and Mrs Harold Becke were Sunday evening suppe guests in the Ralph Dugan home Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle were Tuesday evening visitqrs in the Tom Trenary home. "A man advertised for a wife and got over 300 replies — mos of which said, "You can have mine," OtfosenMar.1 Farm Moves Are Completed Oiiosen — Farmers in the community who have moved this pring are Mr and Mrs Herman D ooch who have moved to the arm vacated by the Oscar Hagens, who moved to Wisconsin Mr and Mrs Merle Halsrud ahc family of Bradgate have mov& to the farm vacated by the Pobcl family. This farm is owned b; Mrs Mina Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit am family have moved to the fafn near Bode vacated by Mr am Mrs Harlan Sundermeycr. They were on the Sam Thorsland farm and Sam Thorsland Jr. will now farm this land. Mr and Mrs Albert Stone have moved to the farm owned by Mrs Vane Pattison. Mr antf Mrs Charles Schmidt of West Bend will move to the Stone farm. Mr and Mrs Verne Waechtef and family of Gilmore City have moved to the Antone Waechter 'arm. iome From California Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem re^ urned home Saturday evening fter a two and one half week rip to San Diego where they /isited two of Mrs Watnems bro- liers and a niece, and a sister, VIrs Bethel Espe. Mrs Espe re- urned home with them to visit er mother, Mrs Manda Mitsven f Bode. ebbie Schultz, 8 Debbie Schultz was eight years old Tuesday. Quests at a birthday party at her home that eVenln after school were the girls in he class, Debbie, Jaridlle and Chrl Frohling, Kathy and Jadkli Jacobson and Clhdy Raney o Livermore. Cindy and Jaekli were overnight guests. Le Ann Kay, daughter of Mi and Mrs Robert Speich of Algona was baptized Sunday at the Lu» theran church.'Peggy Jo Imhoff and Ruth Speich Were sponsors Dinner guests at the Antone Speichs following the services were Rev. and Mrs Harold Mourt- FRIDAY, MARCH 3rd CREDIT CARD NIGHT ANDY DOLL & BAND SATURDAY, MARCH 4ih Wild Hours On The Bars When Bars Light with Spot Its "ON THE HOUSE" BOB WHITE AND OHCH. Admission $1.10 Per Person tain, Mr and MM fioyd Irnh&ff and family of Poeahontas, Mr and Mrs.Robed; Speich, of Algona, Mr and Mfs Paul Befriihg* haus of Port Dodge and' Ruth Speich of Ames. Mt and Mrs Antone Waechtef Were Sunday evening - supper guests &i the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhouser at Whlttemore, to help them celebrate their' fifty-sixth wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Clem Ludwig attended the F.F.A. banquet at the West Bend School Tuesday even* ing. Their sons John and Leoi •"' "'""" , Friday evening ; Callcri3 at the Oliver Lee home ,to help. Mr Lee celebrate his birthday, were Mr and Mrs Le Roy' Worby ana daughters, Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud arid Marsha, Mrs Laura Halsrud and Gordon of Bode, Mr and Mrs Russell Chism and Pamela of West Bend- and Mr and Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate. Mrs Chism also observed her birthday that. day. FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Mr and Mrs Donald Larson spent ..the. Week,,end itt Qfnaha, Nebr. .with their daughter' find family, Mi- and Mfs John Larson. Roger Wehrspanh'Who attends AJ.B. in De3/Mbmes spent the week end with his,parents, Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann. Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Ar- jand and -Jerry Berge of Bode, vifeited Wa'nda Jacobson PLANTATION BALLROOM * •. . • Whittemore, towa _ No Dances During Lent | Except St. Patrick's Dance March 17. Don Hoy (Doors Open Early) No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 . iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Around The Town and Country waiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii Joe Bradley Equipment Souih Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Mauey-Hanli Allls-Chalmen CMC Trucks Flzesiona Tim Phone CY 4-2411 Algona YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR OVER 20 YEARS OF PROGRESS AND STILL GROWING ;,;,.V^^;11 Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK Builders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & REDWOOD Tanks N. of Jet. Hwys. 18 & 169 Algona - CY 4-4369 I^1IIIU!IIM!!IIIIIIIIIIIII!!I!IIIIIIM Ernie Williams John Deere Fc m Machinery Both Quality And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona ALGONA FLOUR awn-d h Si °r°T e ? 9 j na u F '° Ur ° nd Feed '° Cated on South Philli P> Street - The company is owned by W. C. Taylor and three sons, and is managed by Mitch Tqylor. His wife's name is ±T 6 a " d , th 7. h ? ve / iV u e Children ' Lin "' la "V' Jeanie ' J«q«e""« «nd Jo Ann They are members of the Trinity Lutheran church and Mitch is a member of the Lion Club and Toastmaftor The company handles feed, seed, fertilizers, farm machinery, hardware and garden supplies « D l^nd T ^ ere ° re manUfae r ina of ^ilizer, bulk fertilizer speading, 9 farmm«chrnery repair and parts, and is a complete garden center. 7 • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Johnny Harms, Debbie and Dixie were visitors in the Follcert Sleeker home in Titcmka Tuesday evening. Mrs Frank Becker and Mrs Harold Lampc went to Algona Wednesday to the 4-H training school. Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley, TOUR Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly Inlernalional Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT Sales & MOTOR TRUCKS Service Cr.'." Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Meet A. Risius, Buffalo Center Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Gai ox Oil Unlii Pumpi Water Syitemi Complete Fixture* Phone CY 4-3840 WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR This week'* Country Neighbor, Andrew Risius, has lived his entire life southwest of Buffalo Center, His 240 acre farm, located three miles west and 2'/a miles south of Buffalo Center, is only a half-mile north of the farm on which he was born June 12, 1913. His parents were the late Joe Risius and Mrs. Joe Risius ,who resides at Buffalo Center. Andrew had 100 acres of Corn, 40 acres of Oats, 45 acres of beans and about 45 acres of pasture and hayland during the 1960 farm season. He also raises purebred Shorthorn cattle, about 25 calves each year, and Hampshire hogs, with 200 sent to market during an average year. His favorite job around the farm is raising Shorthorns. He and his family are members of the Ramsey Reform church. Mrs. Risius is the former Marie Mayland, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Mayland who farm north of TUonka. Mr. and Mrs. RUlus were married in 1943 at TUonka, Mrs. Risius is active in church circle work, They have five sons, including Gary, 17, a senior at Buffalo Center high school. Dale, 14, Wayne, 12, Kenneth, 8, and Lyle, 2. He also has five brothers, Klaus, George, Harm and frank. Buffalo Center, and John, Chicago. Andrew has been on his present farm for 18 years and prior to thai farmed wifb a brother on the home place. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving) Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT We Aim to Plea** Near Milwaukee Depot - Algona lllllllllllllllllllUlllllUIIIIIIIKIIIIlillllllllllllllMIt luniiiiiiiiiiiiiuipiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei • Fertiliser • New Holland Balen Buscher Brothers Imp). Minneapolis Moline.- Kelly-Ryan — Papee New Idea Farm Machinery • SalM • Sarvlc* • Friendly fc Courteoui Alw»yi V. Main St. Phone CY 4-34S1 llUIIUllllliffllllllliifflfflra Taylor Implement Co. and Taylor MERCURY Fine Can and • lull «"• P* Caw-M«Tcurr ... K«wan»» Pbena CY 4-2417 Robinson Construction Co, Sioux Steel Buildings • Building Construction ^ SIOUX on (Anojher advance. EwtOnHwV 18 PfcwtCY Vaw'
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