The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 11
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Bancroft Bosy Bees Th* Bancroft Bui? Bee Glrti 4>H Club, pictured »bew, was honored on Saturday^ Algpna 4-H Club Day, by the Graham Dept. Store here, with their special 4-H display appearing there. Club leader is Mrs Clarence Diers, Bancroft; Betty Lensing, president; Christine Schiltz, vice-president. LuVerne Lady Breaks Hip; Is In Hospital LuVerne — Mrs Emma Chapman was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Sunday, March 3. Mrs Chapman fell earlier in the week, suffering a broken hip. Mother Succumbs Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle, Charles and Margene attended funeral rites in Bbxholm Tuesday, March 5, for Mrs Emma Lehman, 72, mother of Mrs Merkle. Mrs Lehmann passed away Friday evening in a Des Moines hospital. Survivors are two children, a son Earl Lehmann of Des Moines, and daughter Mrs Merkle, also four grandchildren. Patricia and Roberta Murray, in nurses training and attending A.I.E. College in D^s Moines, spent the weekend visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Murray. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn spent the weekend in Hartley in the home of Mr and Mrs Garland Steinbeck. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Robert Will were hosts to their neighborhood card club in their home Thursday evening. At the play of three tables of 500, high, Gordon and Mrs Gregory, low, John Pergande and Mrs Milton Wilhelm. Chair N prize, Mrs Edward Behnkendorf. The next meeting of the club March 14, will be with Mr and Mrs Wilhelm. • The J. J. Club entertained their Husbands at a card party at the town hall Friday evening. At play, high, S. R. Baker and Mrs Irvin Jergensen, low, Herman Schulz and Mrs Hugh Shirk. Door prize, Jess Jergensen. Committee in charge of cards 'and refreshments Mrs Bernard Wolf, Mrs Glen Braynard, Mrs Jess Jergensen, Mrs Harry Lichty and Mrs Herman Schulz. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Muks- camp of Minneapolis, came for the weekend with her father, M. L. Barton. They went to hospital in Fort Dodge and brought Mr Barton home. He was a surgical patient there for several weeks. Mr and Mrs John Ramus. daughter Nancy and Dale Richardson visited Sunday in Sioux Falls, S. Dak., with her mother, Mrs Cecile Wermersen. Mrs Wermersen is a patient in Sioux Valley hospital with a coronary heart condition. Harold Tiede of Ada, Minn, visited his arunts, Mrs Clara Wolf and Mrs Edward Rarrius, Friday to Sunday. He is en- route to California for a vacation. Mr and Mrs Lewis Petersen of Mason City visited her mother, Mrs Dora Ramus, Saturday afternoon and evening. p <«->•! ''"isn '»i r "f Mrs Alrna Hattselman visited the past week in Estherville in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harley Christensen. Mr and Mrs Henry Marty and Marie Kay visited Saturday in Greene with their son, Mr and Mrs Weyije Marty and son Alan. Wayne is a teacher in the Greene school. Dr. and Mrs J. E. Shultz of Pella visited Saturday and Sun- day with his mother, Mrs Mary Shultz. Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin attended the winter concert of Buena Vista College in Storm Lake Friday evening. Mrs C. C. Anderson of Imperial and sister, Miss Florence Godfrey of North Bend, Nebraska, visited their mother and sister, Mrs Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubye Godfrey Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs DeWayne Godfrey and Monica Rae of New Egypt, New Jersey visited his grandmother and aunt, Mrs Olla Godfrey and Miss Rubye Godfrey Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs George Schnetrer and family had as guests Sunday his aunt, Mr and Mrs C. E. Mortimer and son Merlin of Corwith and their brother and sister, Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetzer and children of Renwick. Mr and Mrs Howard Swanson and sons visited her parents, Mr and Mrs G. L. Osborn in Ames Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson and Mr and* Mrs Percy Brink attended the funeral services for R. L. Hutchinson, 35, in the Doan Methodist Church Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Burial took place in Waterloo Cemetery. Mrs Anna Goetsch, sons, Arlie Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene were visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs George Kraft and family in Kanawha. The occasion was the ninth birthday of Richard Kraft their grandson and nephew. Mrs Clara Wolf, Mrs Kate Barton. Mr and Mrs Leslie Pech- umer, Mr and Mrs Robert Murray and family and their guest, Harold Tiede of Ada, Minn., visiting here were all Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Jurgensen and sons at Corwith. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Chamberlain at Webb. The occasion was the birthdays of Mrs Chamberlain and Mrs S. D. Jones of Royal, sister and aunt of Mrs Shirk. Mr and Mrs George Davis and children moved to a 120 acre farm one mile west and three-fourth south of Wesley which is owned by Dr. Hamstreet of Burt. Moving to the 160 acre farm, owned by L. F. Mack of Omaha, Neb., vacated by the Davis family, was Mr and Mrs Lawrence Oberhel- men and children from a farm near Corwith. • The Union World Day of Prayer Service will be held Friday, March 8. 2:00 p.m. at the Evangelical United Brethren Church. LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer Ed Countryman of Boy River, Minn., has been here the past week visiting his sister, Mrs Rose Moulton. Mr and Mrs Jim Hilferty of Wesley called on Mrs Ida Darnell on last Tuesday. Mr John Kramersmeier was operated on at St. Joseph Hospital in M_ankato on last Wednesday. He is recovering nicely. On Thursday afternoon the Esther Circle met at the home of Mrs Tice Brack with Mrs Martha Hagge as assisting hostess. Mrs Glenn Burrow was in charge of the devotions. Articles were read by Mrs Maurice Pingel, Mrs 3eorge Thompson, Mrs Glenn Burrow end Mrs Halvorson and Mrs E A. Carpenter served. The hostesses were assisted by Mrs Wilson Brack from Lakota and Mrs Walter Miller of Buffalo Center. The Mary Circle met at the home of Mrs Gertrude Wiemer, Thursday evening. Mrs, Fred Dutton gave the lesson. Mrs Rietveld assisted by reading the Scripture. Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton went to Algona on Friday to attend the funeral of Wesley Dutton. Norris Hines went to Muscatine on Saturday after Mrs Hines and children who had been visiting her parents for the past ten days. Mr and Mrs Clifton Engelby from Sargeant, Minn, visited friends here on Saturday and were overnight guests at the home of his mother. Mrs Ida Engelby. On Sunday they wers dinner guests at the OU Richter home. Mrs Engelby and Mrs Richter are sisters. On Friday afternoon the Methodist WSCS will observe the World Day of Prayer with services at 2:15. Mrs Glenn Burrow is in charge of the service. Rev. Fred Samek will bring the message. Mr and Mrs George Thompson visited Mrs Thompson's aunt in the Hospital in Mason City on last Tuesday. They also called on Mrs Thompson's niece and family and called on Melva Burrow. George Gonias of Des Moines came on Friday for Mrs Gonias and children Pamela and John who had spent the week here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D. B. Mayer and her sister, Mrs Richard Schmertzler and daughter Cynthia who are spending the winter at the Mayer home, while Mr Schmertzler is overseas. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs Gertrude Wiemer entertained the G.O.F. Club at her home honoring the birthdays of Mrs N. A. Pingel and Mrs Rose Moulton. Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft of Swea City and their little grandson, Douglas Harper from Waterloo visited at the N .A. Pingel home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs T. R. Doocy was in the Blue Earth Community hospital several days last week for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs J. A. Barger of Winnebago visited Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband, the Ed Knoners. Edward Looft, and Mr Ted Wallentine of Ledyard and Mr Albert Johnson and Mr Merton Roalson of Swea City left on Sunday morning for Chicago to attend a four day convention of Burt Blue Birds Another girls 4-H club, the Burt Blue Birds, wa» hoiwied at Algons's 4-H Club Day Saturday, with their "headquarters" and display at Ray's Jack Sprat Market. Club leader is Mrs Raymond Lovstad, 0urt; Sherry Bernau, president; Marilyn tiinckiey, vice president. Tfae Blue mete are pictured We Have A Complete Supply of AUROYIM For Your Poultry WHITTEMORE HATCHERY WHITTEMORE, IA. ROBINSON PRODUCE In Algona Has AUROVIM For Your Poultry Needs — Healthy Flocks Mean Greater Profits We Have AUROYIM and a complete supply of all CYANAMID products for your livestock and poultry. HAMILTON HATCHERY ALGONA - LUVERNE WESLEY the National R.E.A. Mr and Mrs William Tipton of Nevada came this weekend for her mother, Mrs Lydia Brandt of Zearing who has spent the past month visiting her brothers and sisters in this community. * On Sunday Mr and Mfs Edward Knoner entertained at a family dinner for them. SAtflBB Daniel and Tommy Bonordcn, of Washburn, were saved last week when they sank out of sight, while wading in a water puddle. A nearby worker happened to see them disappear, and pulled them out. thursdoy, Moreh 14, 1057 Atgftfta (la.) U>f»f toft Moln«-l PHONE noo^youR NEWSPAPER" Plum Creek 4-H Mary and Margaret Keith were hostesses to the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club, March 2. Susan Bode is a new members. Connie Priebe, Marlys Long, Sara and Linda Clark, Glenda Gabrielson and Mary Keifh put on the program. Mrs Hoover and Mr* Ward were guest mothers. WE CARRY A COMPLETE SUPPLY AUROVIM FOR YOUR SWINE AND POULTRY CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY Algeria, Iowa 9-10 This baby canflick its tail at any thing on the road! 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