The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1957 · Page 9
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Holidays Bring Many Students Home, St. Joe Si - J°e — Students homo for tlio hnliflav season were William Bovine Jr., son of Mr and Mrs \\m. Devine Sr., from SI. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque; Fran- ris Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs John Bormann, from Loras college, Dubuque: Joel Bormann. son of Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann, from Iowa State, Ames: Ann McGuire. daughter of Mr ;md Mrs M. T. McGuire, Carol Heding. daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding, and Elaine Wagner. daughter of Mr and Mrs Orvillc Wagner all from Mt. Merer College. Cedar Rapids: Carol wnuner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, student nurse from SI. Joseoh's. Dubuqup; Amanda Herte, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Berte. student nurse in St. JosPoh's Merry Hospital, Fort Dodge; Marilyn Bormann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann and Kay Ann Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Redine, both student nurses in St. Joseoh's Mercy hospital in Sioux City: Kathv Gales, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest J, Gales and Shervll Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Reding, both student nurses at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital. 4-H Xmas Parties The annual Christmas party of the Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 4-H Club was held on Thursday evening, Dee. 20. It was decided to give $10 to Mrs Jewell Patterson n longtime former leader as a Christmas present Rewards for the best junior and senior record book were given to Sheryl Weydert and Marilyn Bormann. Alic^ Illg and Cathy Hilbert received five-year certificates. Marilyn Bormann received an award in Home Economics. The recreation committee led the games, after which there was (I gift exchange. Guests were the fathers and mothers of the members, Mary Staudt and Bob Johnson. A delicious lunch was served by Sheryl Weyrlert, J o A n n Erpeldincr, Lois Erpelding and their mothers. The regular meeting of the Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 4-H club was also held Thursday. December 20. A Christmas gift for Mrs Jewell Patterson was decided upon. Awards were given to Kathy Gales and Barbara Weydert for the best junior and senior record books in club unit 1. Kathy Gales, Lois Willfone and Alma Tllg received certificates for 5 years membership. Ann McGuire received an emblem for 7 years membership. After the meeting a Christmas party was enjoyed with the St. Joe Tro- 5ans. After games which worp in charge of the recreation r>immit- Irv. Christmas Carols led by Mary Stiiudt were- sung. JoAnn Erpcld- irig won the door prize. A delicious lunch \V;LS served by Arlene and Judy Bormann and Carol Erpelding. After lunch a full length movie was shown. Mrs Orville Wagner and daughter Elaine returned home Friday afternoon from Bloomfield, Neb., where they attended the wedding of 'a friend of Elaine, her roommate in Washingtn. D. C. from Sept. 1955 to August 1956. Harold Ftiders and Ed Bormann from here attended the special Farm Bureau meml>ership meeting in Des Moines on Thursday, Dec. 27. Township captains and membership c o m m i 11 e e members from the c o u n t y attended, where they helped plan for a statewide :iernbership drive. Relatives and friends attended the wedding, reception and dance on Thursday, Dec. 27 for JoAnn Devine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Devine of Woden, formerly of here and Donald Gray of Corwith. Miss Bovine and Mr Gray were married in St. Mary's Catholic church in Woden Thursday morning. The couple will live on a farm near Corwith. Conny Sinnwell. Karen and Judy Zoimet were hostesses to a Rock and Roll party in the Sinn- well home on, Friday tevening from 7:30 to 12:30 with 40 young people attending. The evening WES spent playing games and dancing. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Many Guesfs Over Holidays For Lakofa Lakota — Mr and Mrs Curt Anderson and baby daughter of Chicago spent the holidays with Mrs Anderson's parents Mr and Mrs Earnest Christ. The Christ home was the gathering place for all of the family with the exception of the daughter Frances who is in Bermuda with her husband where he is stationed with the armed forces. Frances is employed as a teacher in Bermuda. Those' present were the Alfred Christ family of Lakota, Arnold Brandt family, Titonka, Albin Nelson family, Buffalo Center, and the Edwin Christ family of Lake Mills. Mr and Mrs Harry Mdssrnan had as their guests Mr and Mrs Harold Kiester and three children of Elmbre. They were there Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Mrs Robert Hamilton went to Postville and was accompanied home on Friday by her mother Mrs Willie Swenson, who visited her for several days. They were joined by Robert's mother, Mrs M.jude Hamilton, for Christmas dinner. Steven Buckels of Boonc visited for several days with the W. F, and W. D. Leys. He was met in Armstrong by his grandparents Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley. Mr and Mis Richard Cherland and Richie of Ringsted were Christmas supper guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Boeckman. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mr? Orville Ruby and Audry. were Christmas guests of Mr and Mrs John Johannesen at Lone Rock. The George Wallentine family of East Chain were guests of Mr and Mrs Theo. Wallentine. Robert Wallentine, student at St. Peter, Minnesota arrived home for the holidays. Guests of William Baum and daughter Elsie were Mr and Mrs Irvin Schwieterl of Burt. and Mr and Mrs Clarence Baum. Claire and Marlyn of Blue Earth. Mrs Ida Ukena accompanied her' grandson Loren Hans, to Swea City for Christmas dinner with Mr and Mrs Walter Hans. Miss Bernadine Stevens spent Christmas with her parents at Burt. She does the house work at the William Baum home. Mr and Mrs John W. Cook, Carmen and Don went to Maryville. Mo., to spend the holidays with Mr- Cook's folks. Mrs Lena Allen of Eagle Grove returned to her home after having been a Christmas guest of her sister Mrs I. E. Wortman and Mr Wortman. The Misses Amrlyss and Mardys Johnson of Mason City visited their parents Mr and Mrs Henry Johnson. Other guests in the Johnson home for Christmas dinner were Mr and Mrs Laurence Brandt of Elmore and Ardcn Slatten of Joice. Mr and Mrs Royce Hippen of Waterloo were Christmas guests with Royce's parents, and with Marlyn home from camp in Montana the family party was complete. Mr and Mrs Walter Sachs had their family all home for Christmas with the son, Merle and his family of Waterloo, Mr and Mrs Virgil Sachs and son Ronald and the two daughter's Marlcne and lona who are at home. Mrs Ida Smith went to Excelsior, for Christinas with her daughter, Mr and Mrs Ward Dawson. Mr and Mrs Laurence Lewis were hosts to Christmas dinner with Mr Frank Lewis, Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis, Frank, Dick and Virgil, Mr and Mrs Wilson Brack and Roger, Howard Lewis and Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Hassebrock, Jane and Elizabeth of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs James Smith had as their Christmas guests Mr and Mrs Devere Smith and children of Elmore. At the Jerry Heetland home were the Vernon Smith, ( Elmer Paulsen, Arlowe Blome, and Wayne Heetland families, Miss Hannah Heetland and Mrs Anna Ogren. Mr and Mrs Paul Christ were hosts to his parents Mr and Mrs August Christ, Mr and Mrs Walter Christ and Mrs Ella Addy and children. The Glenn Mabus fam- ily XVPTP nt thp pnrpnt.nl Will Mfl- bus home. Mrs Ait Lester who has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs Ahrend Hans since Thanksgiving when she suffered n stroke, was at her home a short time Saturday. She has decided to stay with Mr and Mrs Hans for the winter. Mr and Mrs Marcus Rippentrop and children of Des Moines spent Christmas with his father O. J. Rippentrop. They wt re joined on Christmas by Mr and Mrs George Ennen and Patricia, Mr and Mrs Frances Stenburg and Rodney of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Alvin Rip- pentorp, Sharon and Jimmie, Titonka, Donald Rippentrop and Miss Norita Nordman of Albert Lea, and the Everett Rippentrop family of Swea City. Mrs Elmer Victor of Iowa City arrived Thursday for a few days visit with her daughter Mrs Robert Beemer and family. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel had as Christmas guests Mr and Mrs John Kingston of Armstrong, Judy Kingston of Ames, Mr and Mrs' Joe Madden and b%by of Armstrong, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Peterson and two sons of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Michael Christ Sr. entertained their son Michael Jr. and family at dinner Christmas day and the son Arvid and family of Scarvillc were their guests Wednesday. The Lloyd McKean family of Esthervillc and the Carl Johnson family of Hampton arrived Monday night to spend the holidays with the ladies parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Mitchell. The annual Christmas eve gathering of the Estle family was held Monday night at the Henry Mitchell home. Present were Mr and Mrs Ray Estle, the Leon McCoy family of Swea City, Caleb Hartshorn family of Fenton, Harlan Logeman .family, Pemberton, Minn, the Raymond Winter, Donald Winter, Emory Smith and Gottlieb Rieffer families of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Laverne Thompson of Elmore. The Koons family enjoyed their annual get together at the home of Mr and Mrs Michael Christ Jr. 'Those present were Mr and Mrs O. B. Koons, Mr and Mrs 'Zip' Koons, Mr and Mrs Don Koons and Mr and Mrs James Koons and Mr and Mrs Vernon Burl Sr. of Mason City, Mr and Mrs George Weringa and Mr and Mrs Vernon Burt Jr. of Lakota. Mr and Mrs H. E. Low and Mrs Harfz of MaSon City were Christmas dinner guests in the Presbyterian Manse with the Harlan Ki use family. Mrs Harfz remained for a week's visit with her granddaughter Mrs Kruse. Mr and Mrs Fred Asche entertained at Christmas dinner for Mrs Asche's brothers and sisters. Present were Mr and Mrs Honno Ailts of Emmetsburg, Rev. and Mrs John Ailts of Ellsworth, Minn. Mr and Mrs M. Dingman, Mr and Mrs Brent Dingman of Thompson, Mr and Mrs Marlin Fisher. Mr and Mrs Jack Ailts of Vermillion, South Dakota, and the Cliff Buckels family of Lakota. Dr. and Mrs Robert Powers and family of Bement, 111., arrived Friday for n visit with thp Rfpvo. Powers, parents of Hubert and brother Steven L. Po\v. TS and fiirnily near- Elmore. Christmas dinner guests ;rt the William Meyer home \vep- Mr and Mrs Hay Meyer- of Elmore. The Misses Lillian and Velmn Meyer went to Austin Wednesday to visit until Friday wiHi cousins. Mr and Mrs Rulahd Kollasch and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs John Ukena ynd family were Christmas guests at the parental William Ukena home. M> nr,c\ Mr* Wayno TT^^'lnn^, ! *'>-i T?i< U< v and Dup:ild \vric (.'Ini-f-l in.i- , \-c n""-ts {it theF'.'d Pi-- 1 -jLiii • r li'Miii- in Li.'dyard. \ I.'-n t - i Mi mid Mr-; Alb. rt Go. t-• •,'. f-r"| and "' hr.--.ts '.u Mr and Mis Adnlph Mi- V Poppc and Mr and Mrs .lames Alb. i ' M;n ne <>f Ledy.-ud and Mi and Jut': M Mis Alh. il Plf-f'p* ' f"l Clliisfn.:i-i| M : dinnci. (o ' . 3, 1957 --< Mi--: Oil.. F,np,U-- t'iiiiv: End' hail. Mr Wi i ' ];.-..-it, !i,-r. Mr : .nd -I- -i •c':'. Mr and Me; i Arni' . .ind Mr and Mi (In.) Upper Mi-. Arlnipli Puppr (ibsf.'ivfd n hhthday I.)n . nib!.-'• 2fi anti a family paily was hi'lil in IKT honor (hat. f.-vminj;. fiifsts included Mr arid Mrs Hemy Blomr 1 of Ehmue, Mi and Mis James W.'iyne of 1, A. Nil/, went <-.. fur t'hi i-'-i uia<5 •':•' Thursday from '.vh-Tf ih'-'V had vis- S;>1<nd;iv with Mrs •<• >.-'lh'i. Mrs R. F,. d In! lii other mid and :: • .-VI I d - v \ ! -it '.' it il 1 IK il .!;;u:']i!i i. li,r i [i '.\ ,n d ,)cn- ^m l':i,i;:!\ .ifd >-n l.ui'-n/ Nitx and faniih'. Mi and' Mis A. E. Anderson, Sheny l.ou and Sheryl Rae rc- Ti. M-'-.:il.ini'-" F'tnnk nnd !Ien- I '. i i i'-; ,.. wci" hostesses ti) the Ti- tisf nan Wonifn's Orgnni/.'i- 1.-H Tii.,i .-dav aft'-inoon in the elpiHi! pa ill. >'>, Mis (leorgp F,n- iK n :'.i\. i he di votion and Mrs Jony I'pctl.ind concluded the AUCTION SALE As I am quitting farming, I will sell the following described property at Public Auction at my farm located 3Vi miles east, 3'/2 north of Wesley; 6 west, 3'/ 2 north of Britt; SVt south, 1 west of Woden, on TUESDAY, JAN. 8 Sale Starts ar*!2:30 P.M. Lunch by Woden Christian Reformed Ladies Aid 29 HEAD Western Heifer FEEDING CATTLE Tesled — Will Weigh About 800 Lbs. TRACTORS 1954 JOHN DEERE MODEL 60 LIVE POWER And POWER TROL ' 1936 FARM ALL 20 '52 M-M 15-FT. TRACTOR DISC Case T6 Tractor Manure Spreader 1956 M-M ROTARY HOE 1950 Model 'A' Spike Tooih CASE COMBINE '54 CASE llVa-FT. FIELD CULT. MOUNTED ON RUBBER '49 IHC 4-ROW PLANTER WITH FERTILIZER ATTACHMENT '51 Lindsay 6-sec. Flex, Lever Drag WITH NOBLE EVENER '54 OLIVER RAYDEX 3-14" PLOW POWER TROL CONTROL '54 John Deere Heavy Duty Trailer HAS HEIDER BOX '54 M-W 15-IN. FEED GRINDER POWER TAKE-OFF DRIVE — ON RUBBER Me 2-M Corn Picker with mountings for F20; J. D. 4-Row Cultivator, quick-tach No. 400; J. D. 4-Bar Side Delivery Rake; International 8-Ft. Windrower; J. D. 7-Ft. Mower with fillings for A or 60; 4-Wheel Trailer with Flare Box; Trailer Type Fertilizer Spreader; Mounted Buzz Saw. 32-in. blade; Manure Loader wiih Snow Scoop; I. H. Cream Separator with electric motor; International 2-14" Plow; Three Lanlz Coulters; John Deere Hay Loader: 12 x 28 Tractor Chains; 50-Ft. Hammermill Belt; McC. Endgat? Seeder; Heat Houser to fit J. D. 60; 17 Fl. Water Pipe, V 1"; 2 Steel Running Gears; Cement Hog Troughs; Electric Motor; Prince Hyd. Cylinder; Wood Barrels; Round Oak Cook Stove; Kitchen Cabinet; Round Table; 2-Qt. Fruit Jars; Old iron and strap iron and either misc. items. 1500 BALES OF HAY - 400 BALES OF STRAW - 50 B. Henry Spring Wheat - 12 Ton Silage TERMS re ASH—Noproperly tobe removed until settled for. ^ Not responsible in case of accident. Ben Hinders, Owner H. H- BRUMMUND, Auctioneer. 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