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(lo.) Upf»«r Dti Molnw thursdoy, May 16, 1957 Grace Goef z Is Band Queen Of Wesley Hi WftslUy — Grace Goet?., a senior in Wesley high school, ha? been chosen by tho Wesley band as their contender for the Miss North Iowa title in the 1957 North Iowa Band Festival. Her extra curricular activities nave included girls chorus, mixed chorus, sextette, band, basketball, and-softball. Grace is tha daughter of Mr and Mrs Loo Goetz who farm north of Wesley. Wed 62 Years Mr and Mrs Lou Hauptman and their daughter Rose now Mrs Jim Haverly. Mr HaVerly and their daughter Karen were Tuesday evening 6:30 dinner guests of their son and brother, John Hauptman and wife. The dinner was in honor of the former couple's 62nd wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and children of Clarion visited Mrs Jennie Luken, Mrs Viola Studer, the Everett Ackersons and Mr and Mrs Bill Bauer. | Father Adams of Bancroft will preach the Baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening, May 19, in tha Auditorium. The C. D. of A . will meet Tuesday evening, May 28 instead of Wednesday evening, May 22. Reception of new members will be held. The Catholic Missionary Society •will meet Wednesday afternoom May 22, * A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Alvin Eden Wednesday, May 8, in the Britt hospital. He has been named Ronald Lee and he has an 18 months old sister, Judy. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel and Janelle of Lohrville were Mother's Day guests in the parental, J. T. Meurer home. Mr and Mrs Wm. J, Green report a new granddaughter born recently to thdr son and wife, Mr and Mrs DarrelLD. Green alj Reno, Nevada. The infant has been named Carol Ann and she has an eighteen months old sister. Kathy. Helen Lickteig, Kathleen Studer, Janice Richtsmeier and Marilyn Hughes, students at Good Council Academy, Mankato, Minn, spent the Mother's Day weekend here in their parental homes. Mr and Mrs Clair Hildman and Urban Neuroth went to Iowa City Saturday and brought Mrs Neuroth home from University hospital, where she had been two months for surgery and medical care. Mother's Day guests in the Lawrence Koppen home were their daughters: Mr and Mrs Irwin Wiltgen of Algona and Mr and Mrs Roland Schmidt and family of Garner: Mrs Elizabeth Koppen and Frank of Algona; Mr and Mrs Mike Koppen. Mr and Mrs Ralph Koppen and family, Mrs Lena Krebsbach and Mi and Mrs Frank Dogotch and family all of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and children were Sunday 6:30 dinner guests in tho Stan Johnson home in Britt. Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained a group of kindergarteit youngsters Friday afterV<on ia honor of the 6th birthday of her daughter. Audra Ann. Margaret Lickteig was 6 years old Sunday. On Saturday afternoon a group of kindergarten girls had a birthday party fo) her at the parental, Albert Lick j teig home. Mrs Franklin Bode was given a surprise coffee party Tuesday afternoon by a few neighbor women. Mr and Mrs Dick Mays oC Kanawha and Mr and Mrs Julius Becker of St. Joe and their families were Mother's Day guests in the parental, Mrs Helen Young- wirlh home. Mr and Mrs 1 George Vitzthum and Mike and Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum were Sunday 6:30 dinner guests in the George Vitzthum Jr. home near Irvington. The latter couple's son Craig was a member of the first Communion class at St. Cecelia's. Wm Hrubes attended a salesman's meeting at Storm Lake Tuesday, May 14. Students home for the Mother's Day weekend included Charlotte Wise of Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines; Marva Nygaard and Don Grant of State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Julia Raney of Clark College, Dubuque. Margaret Flom who teaches in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend at her home here. Carrie Engen, employed in Des Moines, was home for the weekend. Mother's Day dinner guests in the Will Hrubes home were the parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan and Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer of Wesley. .Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rickie joined her parents, Mr and Mrs Will Ketchin of Emmetsburg at Okoboji Sunday for a day's outing. Mrs Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis., who is spending two weeks with Eisenbacher relatives, and Ed and Joe Eisenbacher were Sunday dinner guests in the Norbert Hilbert home. Father Linus Eisenbacher and his housekeeper, Teresa Erlei- mier of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meinecka and son, Steven, of Jefferson spent the Mother's Day weekend in the parental, N. F, Weber home. Mrs Eunice Nelson accompanied her son Tom Nelson and family of .Cleaf w Lake to Bradgate Sunday," May"12, and were guests in the home of the former's daughter, 'Mrs Robert Munson and family. Mrs Don Kraus entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Tom Forburger was a guest. Flower Show School All Day — May 22 and 23 Examinations May 24th Horticulture and Flower Arranging by Prof. Vance, Iowa State College, Mrs Nolte, Jefferson, and Mrs Morts, Indianola Teachers Anyone Can Attend - Admission $1 Session KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM BUREAU BUILDING I! Dr. and Mr* Paul Warner and two children Jimmy and Debbie spent several days over the Mav J2th HreeRWfd with his parents and other 1 "relatives in Davenport. Rev. and Mrs Elles Webb and) family of Nora Springs spent Saturday evening with his parents. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb and the two families had a picnic supper in the city park. Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Dwiftht Wagner and family of Algona were Mother's Day guests in the parental, Al Wagner home. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe and daughter, Debbie of Carnavon visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Urban Neuroth and family. Mrs Neuroth had been brought home Saturday Trom a University hospital, at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz and daughters were Mother's Day guests in the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs Dennis Vitzthum and family in Sheldon. Mr and Mrs Wm. J. Green and family Spent Sunday with their daughter-and sister, Mrs Jerry McCurry and family at Humboldt. Vincent Richtsmeier of Minneapolis and Janice Richtsmeier of Mankato spent the Mother's Day weekend in the parental, A. N. Richtsmeier home. Mr and Mrs Bill Bauer attended the wedding Saturday evening in the Lutheran church in Britt of Marlys Stcinhard and Jerry Stille. Mesdames Veva Lease, Tom Fprburger, L. H. Kleinpeter, Tillie Loebig, Joe Goetz, Joe Hauptman, Reese Martin, Sophit Hildman, Ed Hildman, Fred Bentele and two daughters, Darlene and Lois attended a cooking school in the Algona Armory Friday. Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen of Omaha spent the Mother's Day weekend at the parental Ray Hansen home. Valgene Hansen, elder son of Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen received his discharge from the| Navy, May 8 at Norfolk, Virginia. He arrived home Friday. Mrs Beverly Bird and daughter Cindy of Des Moines spent the weekend with Joyce Smith, also of Des Moines in the Orville Smith home. ;. : ' 22 South Moore Algona Good Neighbors Give Help To Seneca Family Seneca,— Several Seneca home makers performed a good neighbor act when they did the spring house cleaning at the Fred Wienberger home last Monday. Mrs Weinberger recently submitted the surgery at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville and later took treatments at a Worthington, Minn, hospital. Included in the group were Mrs Roy Klein, Mrs George Johnson, Mrs Carrie Odin and Mrs Howard Richards, the latter two from Estherville, also Mrs Melvin Madsen and Mrs Sig Loge. Mrs Cecil Anderson, Mrs Robert Burt and Mrs Henry Looft called on Mrs Fred Wienberger Tuesday evening. Marian Beaver, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent Mother's Day week* end with her parents, the Charles Beavers. Sharon Klein and Jeanne England, who are employed at Des Miiines visited with their parents, the Roy Kleins and the Lyle Englands, respectively over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Donald Wilberg and baby son of Fairmont called at the Martin Wilberg home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft took their son, Dick who has been on furlough, to Waterloo Friday where he took a plane for Indianapolis where he will receive specialized training. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona and Mr and Mrs Gerrit DeWaard of Wesley, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Ole Pedrrsen spent Mother's Day afternoon with the latter's parents, the Ben Mitchells at Fonton. Mrs Fred Wienberger who has been a patient at a Worthington. Minn, hospital following surgery at Estherville, was brought home last Wednesday. She is showing satisfactory recovery. Rev. Harlan Blnckhus arranged a sightseeing trip to Minneapolis last Tuesday for his parish Confirmation classes. Senecans who took part in the tour were Ronald and Donald Cherland, Gary Loge, Carol Johannesen, Jim Geilenfeld, Larry Johanneser. and Barbara and Merle Halverson. Julian Cherland was one of the drivers. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge, Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mr and Mrs Odey Cherlaad, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs Kenneth Halverson, and Mrs Henry Wilberg attended the Estherville Circuit convention held Sunday, May 5, at the Milford Lutheran church. 26 Seniors To Graduate At Swea City Hi, May 20 Swea City—Twenty-six seniors will receive their diplomas at Commencement on May 20. Baccalaureate services will be held on the 19th. Following are the graduates and their plans for the future: , Ted Abbas, Undecided; Maurice Blair, farming; Mary Lou Blomster, State University of Iowa; Judy Bra vender,. State University of Iowa; Sfharon Boland, Commercial school; Betty Clark, Upper Iowa University — teaching; Don Cordes, Navy; Sharon Cordes, Upper Iowa University — teaching; Kay Emory, Commercial; Phyllis Engholm, Business school; Robert Kaltved, Junior college; Dennis Lund, Waldorf College — teaching; Marlys Lunn, undecided; Joyce Mullarkey, Upper Iowa University — teaching; Karen Martin, Iowa State Teachers College •— teaching; Joan Osgood, business college; Eugene Papenfuhs, farming, Larry Peters, ' undecided; Vincent Pavik, Iowa State Teachers College — teaching; Mary Lou Peterson, business college; Robert Schueler. undecided; Fred Schwartz, undecided; Dee Ann Swanson, Iowa Methodist hospital — nursing; Alice Schaeffer, business college; Alice Sykes, marriage; Nancy Weber, Wheaton College — teaching. LuVerne Memorial Gift Honors Banker's Memory Honor 4- H Mothers The Seneca Stars honored their mothers Saturday morning, May 11, at a breakfast served at 8 o'clock at the home of Marilyn and Carol Johannesen. Following the breakfast the group presented a short program which was arranged by Margaret Nielsen and Karen Larson. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge and family attended a family get-together at the home of the Art Clausens at Swea City in honor of then mother, Mrs Helmke, on Mothers Day. Mr and Mrs Jerry Beaver of Ringsted were Sunday evening callers at the Charles Beaver home. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge and children visited Sunday evening at the Vernon Beenken home at Elmore. Mrs' Herbert Krause entertained the Seneca Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs John Johannesen had charge . of the enter tainment and Mrs Fred Johannesen was the honored birthday member. Mrs Ted Jensen was welcomed into the, dub as a new member. Mrs Robert Krause and Mrs Glen Cage were guests. LuVerne — At the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church service Sunday morning with Rev. T.oulis Wittenburg officiating, a pair of brass .candleabra were dedicated in memory of the late John A; Nelson by his family. After the service a dinner was served at the Johnson House in Algona -/nd attended by Mrs Emma Nelson, daughters, Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker and boys of Corwith, Mr and Mrs George Schwartz and children of Des Moines and a son Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson, Sonja, Karen and Jon of LuVerne. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman attended the wedding in the Eagle Grove Methodist church, May 11, of Jane Middleton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bruce Middleton of Eagle Grove to Warren Gustafson of Burlington. Jane is the granddaughter of -Mr and Mrs D. J. Christensen of Eagle Grove .former residents of Renwick. over the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs George A. Eg- glestbh. Mrs Nettie Jensen and son John Jensen of Webster City were visitors Friday evening in the Mr and Mrs John Bockes home. They came to attend the senior class play. Rev. J. Paul Stevens who attended the annual conference of the Evangelical United Brethren Church held in Dysart the past week, was returned to serve the local church and the Presbyterian congregation in Livermore. Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf had as dinner guests Mother's Day her mother, Mrs Elizabeth Klas T sie of • Renwick, brother, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Klassie, sons, John and Jason of Greene, sister, Mr and Mrs Grant Chapman and Karen of Belmond and son, Mr COOK'S The First TO Cut RADIATOR & CORE COSTS RADIATOR REPAIR SERVICE •••••••••HI .••••••••••f THE CONSUMER All OF OUR RADIATORS AND ARE DOWN RADIATOR CORES INSFITi OF RISING COSTS GET OUR PRICES! 8 8 Miss Wanda Will teaching in Forest City visited her parents, Mr and Mrs G. M. Will and Curtis over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Earl Johns, Len. ard, Coleen' and Garnet were Sunday visitors in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Johns in Britt, The.occasion was to celebrate the birthdays of Mi- Johns and Coleen Johns. Dean Bowman, Dale and Myrna Larimer and Fred Hinz visited Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Jerald Miller and family at Sargant, Minn. They went to make the acquaintance of the new baby girl Debra Kay. Mr and Mrs Jack Lewarne, John and Jane of Fort Dodge were Mother's Day visitors with Mrs Clara Rogers. Miss Alice Ann Barton of Garner spent the weekend with her parents. Mother's Day guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton were his brother, Mr and Mrs Hugh Barton and Barbara of Melrose, Miss Alice Ann Barton, Garner, Mr and Mrs Bill Barton and family of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Jim Heun of. Sag City; Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse, Keith Jacobees, Mr and Mrs Earl Barton and daughters, Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers and Mrs Mary Shultz of LuVerne. • Mr and Mrs Fritz Bily anc children visited their parents, Mi and Mrs Joseph Bily and Mr anc Mrs Louis Bolik families at Calmar over Mother's Day. Goldie Gay Guess of Cedai Falls was a weekend visitor' with her parents, Mr and Mrs Elden Guess and Sunny. Mrs Lillie O. Hesse, accompanied by her son Dr .and Mrs Norman Hesse and children of Renwick were Sunday guests in th'e home of their daughter and sister, Rev. and Mrs Elmer Wehrs- pann, in Aurelia, Iowa. The oc-i casion was the confirmation of Mark, 14, in the St. Paul Lutheran church. Sponsors were his grandmothers, Mrs William Wehrspann of Ottosen and Mrs Hesse. LuVerne. Mrs Elmer Wehrspann was the former Carmen Hesse. Mrs Kate Barton was the guest of her son Howard Barton of Uiverrnore at a Mother's Day panquet of Legionnaires in Livermore Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs James Sloter of Forest City were Mother's Day visitors in the holne of her par-* ents, Mr and Mrs William Prior. Mr and Mrs Richard Hewitt and family have purchased the estate home of the late Mr and 4rs Harry Von Draska. The Misses leuiah and Doris ISTRICT COURT OF F ° R KOSS UTH o Notlce rr?$A TI ?S COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and n? S ^f )1 J flec W >s , Executor ° f the estate of WillUm Carl Ristau late of Kossuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law BfgltttM. of Des Moines visited . a ., this 15th day of May, A.D..' loOl, Bruno Ristau /r, ..„ , 'Executor of said Estate. (Published May 16, 1957 in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) _ , NOTICE Hewlutlon for the DeslrucHon ol Noxious Weeds. To All Property Owners: BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317, Code of Iowa. 1950. as amended by Chapter JOB.. Acts 54 G.A., it is hereby ordered; , K Tnat eacn owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County, shall cut, burn, or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds thereon, as defined in this Chapter, at such times in each year and in "such manner as shall prevent said weeds from blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said lands from blooming or coming to maturity, and shall keep said lands free from such growth of any other weeds as shall render the streets or highways adjoining said land unsafe for public travel. Noxious weeds shall be cut or otherwise destroyed on or before the following dates and as often thereafter as is necessary to prevent seed production. Orpup 1. June 1-30. 1957 for leafy Spurge. Perennial Pepper grass. Sour Dock, Smooth Dock, Sheep Sorrel Group 2. June 15-July 15. 1957 for Canada Thistle, Russian Knapweed Buck thorn, Wild Mustard. Group 3. July 1-2(L 1957 for Field Bindweed, Wild Carfot. Group 4. July 15-30, 1957 for Horse Nettle, Perennial Sow Thistle. Quack Grass, Butter-Print, Puncture Vine, Cocklebur, Bull Thistle. 2. That each owner and each person in the possession or control of any lands in Kossuth County infested with any noxious weeds including quack grass, perennial sow thistle, Canada thistle, field bindweed, horse nettle, leafy spurge, perennial peppergrass, Russian knapseed, shall adopt a program of weed destruction, described tty the Weed Commissioner, which in five years may be expected to destroy and will immediately keep under con- :rpl such infestations of said noxious weeds. 3. That if the owners or persons in possession or control of any land in Sossuth County fail to comply with ,he foregoing orders, the Weed Commissioner shall cause this to he done and the expense of said work, including costs of serving notice and other cost, if any to be assessed against he real estate. 4. That the County Auditor be and a hereby directed to cause notice of .lie making and entering of the foregoing order by one publication in ;ach ol the official newspapers of the Schjmwnann, Chairman ol Board UK If, PubJ ., Supervisors lished in the Algona (Iowa) •per Dee Mpiwes, Algous, Iowa. May and Mrs Jerry Wolf. Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber and sons had as guests Saturday and Sunday her mother and sister, Mrs Lulu Jordan and Edna Jordan of Des Moinos. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard and children of Wesley were Sunday guests in the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston. Mrs Eggleston received a telephone call from her son Bob Eggleston and family at Burnswick, Georgia. Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz visited her parents, Mr and Mrs E. E. Rosenquist in Manson Sunday. Mother's Day guests in the Mr and Mrs Henry J. 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