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Upper Des Molnes LOCALS Wesley Barileti spent Sunday find Mcndov at. Council Bluffs filtendiiii; a Khvanis rm-etmg. Th* World Day of Prayer will tte held Friday ;tf{pni<>nn. March 8, in the First Luther.-m church. Rev. G. G, Hallauer, pastor of the Congregational church heir. wns called to Davenport this Week by the illness of his father. Mr and Mrs Jack Stevens and Jackie are going to Esthrvvile to spend the weekend with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs James Stevens. Mr and Mrs John Grotte spent file weekend at Topeka, Kan., With their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wich- rnan and son Tommy. Mr and Mrs Robert Barnes had fls weekend guests the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Lyle Barnes and daughter Fanra of Des Moines and the parents. Mr and IVJrs W. W. Barnes, of Osceola. The parents remained for the week. Robert Barnes is employed at the Weidenhoff plant. The family recently moved into the house they purchased from James Whittemore. Mofefi 7, Mr and Mrs Ted Fuchsen spent Sunday at Fairmont with the lat- tei's urtrle and ••unit. Mr and Mrs Harry Annie. Mrs Angle Mr and Mrs William Ringgen- bore were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Arnold De Leon and daughter Julie Margaret of Blue Earth. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller had their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Bill Fuller and daughter Christa of Fort Dodge as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier and children of Ventura, Mr and Mrs Frank Bowman and Mary of Clarion and Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier. Mr and Mrs Russell Rents and children have returned from Tampa. Fla., where they visited Mrs Rentz' parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener. They also visited Mr and Mrs Maurice Thompson, formerly of LuVernc. Mrs Ollie Johnson, manager of the Montgomery Ward order store here, recently returned from a two-day .sales meeting conference held in Minneapolis, Where Chicago and New York representatives of the company presented the program. Raymond riant of Webster City Ls the new presser at the Modern Cleaners. MM Helen Paxson was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Schaeffer of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmofe have returned from St. Petersburg. Fla. where they visited Mrs Gilmore's sister, Mrs Marj*| Markham. Jerry Ferris, who Is in service, has returned from Japan and after 30 days leave will go to Imperial Beach, Calif. He will be released from duty next Dscem- ber. Mr and Mrs John Hanse'lman have received word that the former's uncle Gottlieb Hanselman of LuVerne, is hospitalized at Fort Dodge in the Lutheran hospital, suffering from phlebitis. Dr. and Mrs Joseph Rooney were visited over the weekend by the doctor's parents, Mr and Mrs Virgil Rooney of Cedar Bluffs, Neb. Mrs Rooney remained for a longer visit and i$ spending the week here. Mr and Mts Chester Schullz of Ottumwa. have rented the apartment formerly occupied by the late Virgil Lamb and Mrs Lamb in the Mrs Lois Caldwell apartment on south Minnesota street. Mr Schultz is the new city engineer. has not been well the past year, Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer hat* purchased a home at Fort Myers, Fl»j and will take possession soon. They have been spending winters there for some time but are here during the summer and fall. Mr and Mrs Robert Detrick of Burt became parents of a boy Mar. 5 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 12 pounds, eight ounces, and has been named James Michael. There are now four boys and four fiirls in Die fam- iiy. Mr and Mrs Pat Doer'ning hate returned from Los Angeles where they spent a couple of weeks. Their son Ronald who had been employed with an aircraft company .there came home with them and plans to remain here. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feasfer were visited last week by the former's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs George Gardner of Minneapolis. > Sunday they had Mrs Feaster's parents, Mr and Mrs Ole Knutsen of Bradgate as dinner guests. Mr * and Mrs Harry Godden have returned from West Chester. Calif., where they visited several weeks with thir son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs T. Rahun and family. They also visited Mrs CJodden's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Tim Sullivan. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling had as weekend guests their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and MVs Tom Lundell, Sterling and Mary Beth of Des Moines, Olive Bateman. Mr and Mrs Garon Buckles, sisters and brother-in-law of Mrs Sterling and Mr and Mrs Dick Buckles and children of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion had as guests Saturday and Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr ; nd Mrs Arden Orton and children of Des Moines. They spent a part of the time at Em- melsburg with Mrs Orton's parents. Other guests Sunday were the senior Ortons' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and Carol Jean ol Mason City. Funeral services were held Monday. Feb. 25, at St. James, Minn., for Henry Riihl, 78, father of Mrs Arthur Schweppe who died at Mesa. Ariz., where he had gone to spehd the winter. He had been in rather poor health for some time. A sister of Mrs Schweppe, Mrs Clyde Johnson, came from San Leandro, Calif.) and has been visiting here. The family was joined Sunday by a brother and sister-in-law of the women, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Riihl and a brother-in-law and: sister, Mr and Mrs Ed Mimster- man of St. James. Other guests were^the Schweppes' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lipwis Gade of Rockwell City. Mrs Johnson accompanied the St. James relatives home and from there went to Minneapolis, Minn, to take a plane back to California. Mr and Mrs Gene Helmet are being visited today (Thursday) by Mrs Heimer's parents, Mr and Mrs Lee Martin of Clarion. * Mr and Mrs Russell Ouster had as guests last week the letter's nephew and wife, Capt. and Mrs Richard Churchill of Sacramento Calif. Mr and Mr* Glenn Harms accompanied the former's brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Hoodjer of .Allison, to Hammond, Indi, for a weekend visit with an aunt, Mrs Minnie Folken and daughter Edith. _„. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydefi have * moved from the former "Dutch" Lorena farm near Ti«- tonka to the former Earl Bates farm now owned by Fred Kent. Mr and Mrs Louis Reilly who had lived on the Bales place have moved to town and are Jiving in the Irma Staley house recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Mrs August Harig had Mrs George Nauman of Bancroft as guest last week Tuesday. Mr* Maurice Itruckenbwg left Tuesday for Camp Chaffee, Ark., to join her husband who has completed his basic training. Mr and Mrs W, A. Half and Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley attended the Iowa Farm Implements dealers convention at Des Moines last week. Mr and Mrs ttah Hemmiflgsen and family speht the weekend at Newel with Don's parents, Mr and Mrs A. Hemmingseh. Don's birthday was observed Sunday. Richard Carr. It is located at 115 West Nebraska street. Mr and Mrs Carr have moved into the Ralph Donovan house, 209 south Thorington street, recently vacated ^.by Mr and Mrs John Carroll. * Mrs Lloyd Haubacn visited her husband at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, recently. He does not improve any to speak of following the stroke he suffered while at. work at the Kossuth county court house. Dr.' and Mrs Ray Potter wera visited over night this week by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Don McDonough of Schaller. They were taking their son Jimmie to Rochester, Minn., for his periodic check-up. U* of Dubuque t Choir Coming A Holy Week concert will be, presented in Algona by the widely-known University of Dubuque Concert Choir, it was announced this week by the Rev. Myron H. Brower, pastor of the first Presbyterian Church. The concert is scheduled for & t.m. on April 16, in the First " ithodist Church. The 64-voice Dubuque Choir will appear under the direction of Donald Prindle, who has been associated with the University of Dubuque music faculty since 1953. Father-Son Banquet Algona Knights of Columbus will sponsor a father and son banquet at the K.C. hall here, Thursday evening, March 14, with serving to start at 6:30 p.m. Monsignor P. P. Gearen will ba master of ceremonies, and guest speaker of the evening will be Father C. A. Ahman, formerly of Algona and St. Benedict, and now in charge of the parish at Arcac'ia. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Annual 4-H Club Day SEE SPECIAL 4-H CLUB DISPLAYS IN STORES BELOW WE'LL BE HOSTS TO 'LuVerne Live Wires' • • • GIRLS 4-H CLUB Officers and Club Members Local leaders: Mrs John Voss, Jr., LuVerne, Mrs Harry Naffziger, LuVerne. Shirleen Schnelzer, president; Judith Naffziger, vice-pres.; Elaine Rockwood, secretary; Sheryl Goetsch, treasurer; Raeann Brink, reporter; Leota Ann Voss, historian. f ( Members: Linda Agard, Kathryn Bockes, Annette Braynard, Raeann Brink, Cheryl Dimler, Claudia Janssen, Sandra Janssen, Judith Naffziger. Eleanor Rockwood, Elaine Rockwood, Linda ScHnetzer, Leota Ann Voss, Sheryl Goetsch. , You Are Invited To See The LuVerne Live Wires Display : Saturday at Honsbruch Drug WE'LL BE HOSTS TO Seneca Boys • • • BOYS 4-H CLUB Officers and Club Members Local leaders: Earl Crouch, Fenton, Caleb Hartshorn, Fenton. Duane Johannesen, president; Ray Wilberg, vice-pres,; Ronnie Johannesen, secretary- treasurer; David Looft, reporter. Members; Robert Crouch, Mary Jane England,' Jerry England. Eugene Gardner, Marcia Hartshorn, Bruce Hartshorn, Arthur Hovick, Ronnie Johannesen, Larry Johannesen, Duane Johannesen, Gail Kauffman, David Looft, Roger Nielsen, Raymond Wilberg, ^ ' You Are Invited To See The Seneca Boys Display Saturday at Bradley Bros. WE'LL BE HOSTS TO St. Joe Boys • t » BOYS 4«H CLUB Officers and Club Members ftl leaders; Bernard Thilges, Bode, AlvJn Erpelding, lode. Gerald president; Rpnald Illg, vice-pres.; Judy Zeimel, secretary-treasurer; agner, reporter. *'-jra"».%', (8wi *S B Blg ' SlanJey jfclein, Ruth Ann Klein. Da-rid McGuire, Mice McGwire, Richard McGuire, Gerald . Biding, Kenneth ThUps, Donald Wagner. Virgil Wagner, ,,.,., wry Wtydirt, Robert Zeimet, Judy JSeimet. Karen Zeimei, oy Are Invited To See The St. Joe Boys Display Saturday at au's Garage Saturday In Algona! w\- • • *^ MEET ..4-H CLUB OFFICERS IN STORES BELOW WE'LL BE HOSTS TO ledyard Lassies' • • • GIRLS 4-H CLUB Officers and Club Members Local leaders: Mrs Maurice Keil, Lakoia, Mrs Harold Herzog, Ledyard. Belly Herzog, president; Jane Egesdal, vice-pres.; Pamela Keil, secretary; Linda Nilz, treasurer; Sandra Johnson, reporter. Donna Ingebritson, historian. Members: Gail V. Bauman. Caroline Busch, Ann Carpenter, Carol Dontje, Jane Egesdal, Ellen Gordon, Betty Herzo, Nancy Herzog, Donna Ingebritson, Sandra Johnson, Marilyn Johnson, Rosemary Keefe, Pamela Keil, Sherry Klinksiek, Linda Masterson, Linda Nitz, Linda Pingel, Bonny Risk, Edith Risk, Carol Ann Runksmeier, Marlis Teems, Roberta Wentworth. Dorothy Zielske. You Are Invited To See The Ledyard Lassies Display Sat. at Shilts Shoe Store S222225S2?»»>"«*''*>«**^!^S*^^ WE'LL BE HOSTS TO 'Fenton Forwards' • • • GIRLS 4-H CLUB Officers and Club Members' Local leaders: Mrs Raymond Laabs, Looe Rock, Mrs Gerald Radig, Lone Rock. Ruth Miller, president; Judy Voigt, vice-pres.; Joyce Voigt, secretary; Brenda Finnestad, treasurer; Dorothey Reinhardt, historian. Members: Kathryn Alt, Penny Boevers, Brenda' Finnestad, Judy Juhl, Virginia McClure, Ruth Miller, Mary Reinhardt, Dorothy Reinhardt, Rozelle Reinhardt, Karen Seegebarth, Nancy Sunde, JoAnn Sunde, JanetTheesfield, Joyce Voigt, Judy Voigt, Jeanette Wichtendahl. - You Are Invited To See The Fenton^orwards Display Sat, at Foster's Furniture WE'LL BE HOSTS TO Whittemore Boys • • • BOYS 4-H CLUB Officers and Club Members Local leaders: John J. Mosbach, Whittemore, Ray Elberl. Whiltemore. Marvin Loebach. president; Maurice Besch, vice-pres.; James Elbert, secretary- treas,. Paul Eisele. reporter. _ ; _ Members: Donald Baas, Billy Besch, Maurice Besch, Paul EiseleTBob Eisele, James Elbert, Raymond Elbert, Dennis Elbert, Paul Elbert, Marlin Kirsch, Norman Kirsch, Richard Kollasch, Lyle Loebach, Marvin Loabach, Marleen Loebach, John W. Loebach, Joseph Loebach, John McDonnell, Robert Meyer, William Meyer, John Mosbach, Cletus Mosbach, Stanley O'Brien.! Thomas O Brien, Richard Reding. John Reding, Paul Streit, John Vaudt. You Are Invited To See The Whittemore Boys Display Sat. at Ze rider's CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS WE'LL BE HOSTS TO Prairie Pals • • • GIRLS 4-H CLUB WE'LL BE HOSTS TO i Officers and Club Members VH^>"^ ft Local leaders: Mrs Herman Wise, Corwith, Julie Nygaard, president; Dolores Studer, vice-pres.; Merle Ann Harig, secretary-treasurer; Ruth Wise, reporter; Carol Grandgenett, historian. Members: Nancy Downs, Carol Grandgenett, Mary Lou Grandgenett, Merle Ann Harig, Ruth Lickteig, Helen Lickteig, Catherine McCathy, Julie Nygaard. Melissa Nygaard, Joyce Piacek, Dolores Studer, Darlene Studer, Gloria Wise, Ruth.Wise. • » * You Are Invited To See The Prairie Pals Display Saturday at Sorensen Grocery WE'LL BE M0STS TO Garfield Boys t f t BOYS 4»H CLUB Officers and Club Members , Locsl leaders: Ray Frieden, Oitogen, Ben Anliker, West Bend. Aaron Anliker, president; Richard Banwarl, vice-pres.; Judy Gerber, secretary-trees.; Jay Frieden, reporter. • • • * **w Members! Aaron Anliker, Gary Banwart, Gayle Banwart, Richard Ban* wart. Ronald Banwsrt, Sidney Banwart, Penald Banwart. Philip Fisher, Jr w JayTrieden, Terry Frieden, Judy Gerber, Frances Gerber, Marian Gerber; SV* 1 !!!* *!""•£'iPSff*-* 10 *'?^ Artb J?» M ogler, Marilyn Schmidt, Jack Schmidt* Jerry Schmidt, Kenneth Traub. Larry Tra«b. Robert Treub, You Are Invited To See The Garfield Beys Display Sat, at Jack's OK Tire SERVICi • < I Grant Boys » t t BOYS 4-H CLUB Officers and Club Members t * Local leaders: Soren Pedersen. Ledyard, Sidney Payne, Ledyard, Henry Pedersen, president; Jerry Payne, vice-pres.; Arnold Ramse, secretary-treas,; Klocke, reporter. Members Richard Farland, William Huskamp. Kenneth Klocke, LaVerne Klocke, Owayne Klocke, Michael Koons, Jerry Payne, Carl Payne, Henry Pedersen, Arnold Ramse, Michael Reynolds, Blain Sanders, Philip Tokheim, Gwy Waterbwry, Keith Waterbury, Michael Pierce. p *o«neim, You Are Invited To See The Grant Boys Display Saturday at Nat'I Farm Loan

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