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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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UPP«> Des Molne> Tuesday, Morel, 13, 198 LuVerne Couple To Be Honored; LuVerne - Mr. and Mrs. Wil Ham F. Bigings, Ibng time LuVern presidents, will be honored on UK. occasion of their golden wedding anniversary with open house, 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Mar. 18, in the LuVerne city hall. Their children will be hosts for the occasion. No invitations issued, but all are in vited to attend. ; ; William F. Bigings, LuVerne and Fern E. Stoddard, Renwick, were married Mar; 14, I9l2 in .the home of her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. George A. Stoddard in Renwick, with the late Rev. J. H. Perry officiating. They are the parents of three children, Vera, Mrs. Martin P. Sweet, Columbus, Ohio, Robert W. Bigings, LuVerne, and Mary Alice, Mrs. Lee Roy Toberman, St. Louis, Mo.; and have four grandchildren, Marilyle .and ; Martui"P, Sweet,; Lynn and Bradley Bigings. Auxiliary Met • sins, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Pltllk Canasta club were guests of Mrs C. 0. McClellan Thursday evening High, Mrs. Jessje Stripling, low Mrs. Phil C. Llchty. .Quest play er$ were Mrs: Lichty and Mr.< Harry Lichty. Mr. and.Mrs. C. 0. McClellai went to Jackson, Minn, to atten the funeral of his cousin, Theodore Lewison, 83, Thursday, They wen also overnight guests of thei. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lyle PoW ell at Madelia, Mirth. • Mr. and MrsV Melvin Kubly were Sunday dinner guests of the Law rence Riedel family In Algona. Tommy, five year'old son pf Mr. and Mrs. : Howard Curry, is having the measles. He is in kindergarten in the LuVerne schboi. John, eleven year old twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Taute, un- lerwent dental surgery at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Tuesday morning. Kelley, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taute, has been: a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital since Feb. 26. Sunday guests in the Mr. and Mrs; Frank tQrohbach; home were is sisters, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, ilrs, Dard Gronbach and brother, tr. and-Mrs: Elmer Gronbach arid tary^Melavin of Liyermore. Mrs -Toffman-remained 'for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly "~ • •»•*» *i**k)< . A*A\^iviIl AULJl „.., «.«;. -....,. i son, John, visited his mother Mri Mrs. Allen Blake entertained Emma,Kubly in Renwick Monda the American Legion Auxiliary at evening. : .., : • .1 ,•. her home 8 p.m. Mar. 5. Eleven James "Red" Meurer is back members and one guest, Mrs. Ed- at work at the LuVerne Building wm Jackson, present, Mrs. Ralph Company following a siege of thi nsnn nifefiirfart The* «t*An».. M A« **t.. / " i. 'i ,. . ° . ; . «W««:^«J rm_ A '"*•'-',' I Z— .--r—~J -«««»i*«« e H un-g^ UL uic presided. The treasurer flu for a week at the home of his «,« roniviT, a V ^ y good profit P arents . ^e J. F. Meurer's in Wes was realized from the recent bene- ley fit_card party. | The rf ^ ^ by [the study with their pas ^s^^&fsKr^^^sSi were her parente Mr and Mrs MJ° me ^u 13 an< ? RaJ P» Davidson Frank Johnson oT'LiVemo"! '** \*£?*£f- Light r ^eshments Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Savage _1 and Danny visited Sunday to Tues- Quality,,has everything in its dav in OHnr RanMo «>!«, u«- „„.. *_.?-„ .•__..__,, _ .. /"""B "» 'us -., very day in Cedar Rapids with her cou- (favor including the price. Wesley Eighth Grader Writes Town History Wesley -*• Kristi Nerem, 8th grade student, recently wrote a 500-word'theme on History of Wesley that was considered so exceptionally good that copies have been given to the Community libraries in Corwith and Wesley. The theme was illustrated by many snap shots of landmarks. There are; 331 students In the English class, Mrs. Al Discher is teacher. Mrs. Al bischer completed a course in,night school at Mankato, Minn;,'Mar. 14. Mrs. Theresa Foertsch was jrought home. Mar. 7 from an ex- ended stay in St. Ann hospital. Her. two daughters, Sr. M. Leon f Chicago and Sr. M. Dorothea of Madison, Wis., spent Feb. 27-Mar. with their mother and other rel- tives. Mrs. E. N. Koloplastos of Mason ity spent Mar. 6 with her parents, Hr. and Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum. The amily recently moved to Mason ity from Ft. Ord, Calif, and will ve with his father, Nick Kolop- U-Go-1-Go Fourteen members of the U-Go- I-Go Club met .'Mar. 6 at Carol Smith's. Jean Owefts and Nancy Courtney gavft-talks and Cindy Bradley and' tfeln Abbot gave deftionstrattonst Mrs. Edwin Mlno was a guest. ' '""^ Paul Erdman attended the Vagabond King Concert series In Emmetsburg Mar. '6. Mrs. Saul Erdman, local representative of Kossuth County Concert . 4ss'n.. announces that ticket^* fprYtnii, 196263 series will be. kva'flam4*Mar 19-24 only. The lea~dlflg> attraction will be a group ot J^folklSingers and accompanists/ Last»<yea$ 1010 tickets were sold.' '?„,• r '""*'' Becky Kdllasch, t^fn ui, Emily Hoeppner and Nancy car 1st. Mrs. Cart OeMgrna attended thfe funeral, for Steeito, {JeBeer at Buffalo Center Monday., . / Guests last SU'ftdaV after'n'obft 'a the Ray BeckerjKJrtte ,fdf a §u prise party for Roger tar his »i4th birthday were Kenneth and'Den- nis Ellman, Clifford Gttttt,* Virgil Lewis, ferry 'Kollalsch, Larry Hippen, Dean Kfopen, Tefry, feecker and Jerry Sunde. *' '•"'>' * - 5 By Mrs Stanley 1 Sf&eker Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 'Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner entertained the members of the Presbyterian Catechism class Friday evening. Those able to be present were Larry Hippen, Virgil Lewis, Howard Julius, Mark Ham. .,. .—--—, -,.™ ^w.uj, ucwjo, iiuwuiu uunus. mane Ham- lastos while husband and father ilton, Monica Beeffler, Kathy Bovd l\™ m J serhvlce J? vi( ?, Na %:, Beck y Beck - Marsha smith 7nd A son was born Mar 6 in Chi- Linda Hoeppner. Rev. and Mrs cago to Mr. and Mrs. Craig Loe- Harlan Kruse were, also giiests; SP^ fr S?am , edfRoryR ^ a11 ' Lincoln Township Homlmakers The mother is the former Wilma will meet Friday, Mar. 16, at 2 ST m v ntt" 3 ; ^ ex f cls p ' m - at W home of Mrs.'Steve his army discharge in May from Tjaden Mrs Carl Hiemstrn ' the Hercules Missile Site on - ' ' J Hiemstra - Wake up Wonderful! BEAUTYREST SOUNDER SUEP PROVEN BY RECORDINGS i Important news ! After 1 1 years of research with scientists making 60,000,000 sleep recordings ?ii°l tua , pe ?,?' e : ' ' the faets are inl Simmons Wake Up Wonderful" Beautyrest gave longer ^ 1han of the Saturday Bridge rs^CV*!^^^^ were hosts to their 500 club Mar. Mrs. W. D. Ley and Mrs. W.' E. Janice Richtsmeier, Daniel Skow tended" a meeting 3 ^ Uic ™M A± r fS™ . returned Mar. County Council of Republican reak^ISU. ^ ' quarter |men at the Burt school Mrs Richard Murphy and Mary I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koppen en- and John of St. Louis spent last tertained Sunday evening with a I week in the parental L. L. Root steak supper for the member^ 6? Hosts County Federated Clubs Ottosen — The, Federated'.CiubS of Humboldt county/met, Man. '6 at the Lutheran church at Ottosen, Mrs. Earl Olson is president of the Ottosen Progressive Club, host club. A memorial service was presented by the Renwick" Women's Club" in memory of five deceased members. . The morning speaker was district director, Mrs, C. B. 'Irinis of Ogden. Afternoon speakers were Miss Nefzger of Humboldt, and Mrs. Philip Thornton of Storm Lake. New county officers elected for the next two years, Mrs. Albert Morehouse of Humboldt, president; Mrs. Burton Rood of 1 ; Bode, first vice president, Margaret Devine of Livermore, second vice president, Mrs. Elmer T. Johnson, Rut- !««!," eorwspdfiding secretary, Mrs. Mtfiwari Edge, Humboldt, re- taiftg secretary, Mrs. RobeH edahl, Renwick, treasurer, afld , ,.Ea|i;OIsori t ,OtWsen, auditor, ft Wa'yne' Milieu 6 l f Humbdldt 6led;hef,.outfit that wort first In the sixth district cdntest. The 1963 spring meeting will be at .Kehwick, nl , The American Lutheran church WoMen met Wednesday afternoon vvitlf ; Mrs. Jacob Ryg and Mrsi 'MelvlnSEllingson as hostesses. The prograhi Was-on world missions. A skit tyas -presented, "Let Every Tongue Confess that Jesus Christ is Lord". Pictures of the twelve mission fields of the American Lutheran church were displayed. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Es- "sie Cooper. Other hostesses were Mrs. ^dward Zinnel, Mrs. Lester Wehrspann, Mrs. Earl Long and Mrs. Roy Telford. Mrs. Long gave the lesson. Mrs. Sam Kropf had recreation which was a quiz. The birthday sale brought $10. Leslie Zinnel Was a guest. IONE ROCK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blancharc and Susan went to Laurens Frida to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wende Steven and family, returning Sat urday. Mrs. Steven is their daugh ter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson let Saturday for Las Vegas, Nevada to spend a month with their son, Mr and Mrs, Elmsr Peterson. He Jfl in the newspaper business there. Word has been received by M*r. and Mrs, Lawrence Dittmer that their, daughter's family, Mr,, and Mrs. Richard Stoah, have mbved to Lancaster^ Calif. > Mr. Sloan is a welder for the North American Aviation Co. <- • M. Je«86n, tte paternal grandparents, have received ward cf the birth of a so'n, Mark Richard, to Mr. and Mife. Richard .Jensen, Tucson,, Arte. • ' Mr. •rittrf. MM/'MTph' ; Blersteb called on Dbfa Blefstedt, Algofia, Tuesday evening In honor of hef 79ttr birthday. • • •. Make a date with the SCOUT I Box Spring $79.50 SIMMONS BIG MATTRESS VALUE BEAUJmST 10 YEAR GUARANTEE BRINGS YOUR COST DOWN TO ABOUT Tufted or Smooth Tuftless Choice of Standard or fxtra Firm Models son on color meet Mar. 20 in the GeoT Seaberg home with Mrs. Joe Hauptman assisting. A lesson will be given by the Mesdames Edna Wubben, Don Mains and Chas. Nygaard. WSCS met Mar. 7 in the Methodist church with Mrs. Lawrence Baylor, Mrs. Ray Hansen and Kathryn Hauptly. President Oliv Erdman announced a distric meeting Apr. 4 in Emmetsburg This group will sponsor a Father- Son banquet Mar. 29. Committee in charge is Esther Smith, Vernelda Hansen and Edna Flom Circles 1-2 and 3 will meet Mar 21 in the Mrs. Esther Shrader Ffazel Gerdes lomes. t ,, , the D and H bowling team and meet Mar. their husbands. Present were Mr home for and Mrs. Harold Olthoff, Mr. and md a les- Mrs. Ray Becker, Mr. and Mrs the home. Louis Price, Mr. and Mrs. Larry homemakers will Lappe, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sch°-" 1 -— warz, Marlene Lappe, Linda Spear and Sandra Koppen. Following supper, the guests spent the evening playing 500. V. A. Barrett, Lakota band instructor and two students, Paul i Geilenfeldt and Clare Barrett went to Decorah Mar. 1. Paul and Clare were chosen to take part in the Dorian Music Festival which Wai 1 held at Luther College. ! ' " Last Monday, Mr. and Mrsll James Meurer took her mother; Mrs. Frieda Zellmer to her home, at Lewisville, Minn, and all at-| tended the funeral for Mrs. Edward Stolz at St. James. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Janseri , and Chas. Wier Mrs. Lou Lickteig was honored War. 6 at a surprise birthday par- y by her daubhters-in-law, the Hesdames Al and Tom Lickteig, in he letter's home. Guests were neighbor women who enjoyed 500 and visiting. Catholic Daughters met in parish hall Mar. 6 with good attendance in spite of snow-blocked roads. Irene Meuhe was elected sentinel to replace Mildred Martin, who plans to move soon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich spent two days in Des Moines last week where he attended a grain dealers convention. Julianne Kunz, suffered a cut arm Sunday in a tobogganing accident. American Legion Auxiliary met War. 1 in the Mrs. Helen Johnson home. Mrs. Ed Johnson assisting. Philip Goetz entered Mercy hos- )ital, Mason City, Mar. 4 for gall bladder surgery the following day. John Weiland, 87, had gall bladder surgery Mar. 5 in the hospital at Britt. Dr. and Mrs. Robt. Jongewaard, >Ir. and Mrs. Al Discher and Mrs. iclped their daughter and son-in-, aw, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Karels^ move last Friday from Frost to Thief River Falls, Minn. Sunday dinner guests at the| John V. Dorenbush home to help Faye celebrate a birthday were Elaine Christ and Mr. and Mrs Fred Mabus. The family night of the Presbyterian church was very well attended Mar. 8. A pot luck dinner was served at 6:30 after which several numbers of group singing was enjoyed followed by a program by the youth group. Mrs. J. E. Ukena was dismissed from the Buffalo Center hospital last Friday, but had to be admitted again Saturday. Mrs. Arden Slattume and Lori of Ames spent a few days last week at the parental Henry Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. H Groh and new baby daughter, Kim-' berlee Ann, who was born Feb 15, Sioux City, were also visitors last week. Guests at the William Hanken home Wednesday afternoon for a party honoring Ann Hanken on her r 5th birthday were Becky Beemer esTAeusHie EASY TERMS FREE VAN DEUVERY _ **"»«op9lt»' very m««rt . food and *rvk, Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain MUM V_.L V W 4m''' ..«_'.. - • *^"^^» , R. T. (BrMU) _ far th« flrat time ieienea hai found • new healing inbstanca with th« Mton- Uhinr ability to shrink hemor- rhoidi, itop itching, uid rclUr* P«in - without surgery. 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