LEDYARD 6y Mrs £». B. Mayer Mrs Lena Warner went to Lone Rock Tuesday evening to attend a shower honoring Marlys Jentz, who is the fiance of Mrs Warner's nephew, Dennis Long. The Don Dyer family and Mrs Mane Dyer of Fort Dodge spent Memorial Day visiting Mrs Eunice Dyer and Howard. • Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson, David and Dexter, of Waterloo and Mr and Mrs Tilmer Halvorson, Steven and Lynn, of Blue Earth spent Memorial Day visiting Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel. Mr and Mrs Robert Dyer and son of Marengo, 111. came to spend the Memorial Day weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs Eunice Dyer, and his brother, Howard. Mr and Mrs Victor Weaver of Amery, Wis. were visitors last weekend and were present at the Steinberg reunion which was held last Sunday at the John Kramersmeier home. Mr and Mrs Henry Frey visited their daughter, Stella and family, the James Burris' at Bradgate Memorial Day. Mrs Richard Schmertzler and daughter, Cynthia Sue, left Wednesday for Des Moines and Thursday left with Peggy Mayer for San Diego, Calif. Peggy Mayer, who accompanied, her sister on the trip, will spend a three week vacation there before returning to Des Moines where she is employed by "Look" magazine. ' Mr and Mrs Reuben Johnson of Rock Falls, 111. were here this past week visiting at the Burton and Chester Johnson homes. Mrs Anna Togerson of Mason City moved into her new home here Saturday. . Mr and Mrs William Stubbe, Bonnie and Laurie, of Ankeny, visited last weekend at the home of Mrs Martha Hagge and at the Albert Barnes home. Logeman Reunion On Memorial Day, the annual Logeman reunion was held at the park with the following present for the day, Mr and Mrs Harlan Logeman and family of Pemberton, Minn.; the Fred Logemans of Bricelyn; the Walter Loge- mans of Woden; the Elmer Junkermeiers of Lakota, the Melvin and Engelbart Logemans and the Marvin Junkermeiers of Ledyard; and Lewis Olson of Elmore. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mayne of Long Beach, Calif, came.Sat- urday to' visit her sister and family, the Ervin Klinksieks and other relatives. Mrs D. A. Carpenter went to Buffalo Center Friday afternoon. Mrs Marie Halvorson accompanied her and visited at the Bud Olson home. Mr and Mrs Robert Dyer and Mrs Eunice Dyer visited relatives at Emmetsburg Fridny. Mr and Mrs William Klinker and Garry visited her parents at Primghar Memorial Day. Beverly Bashara came home last weekend having completed her year's teaching 4 uties at Gowrie. • Mr and Mrs George Thompson went to LuVerne Memorial Day to visit their parents' graves and relatives. Cuba is the largest and most populous of all the West Indian islands. fa/fit a roof overyovr tte^MJUrM m, llft..fc—»/^l. j» __ W LOCALS Mr and Mrs Charles Clement had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Grant Gerling and daughter, Christine, and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Campbell, of Mediapolis as weekend guests. A/2C Jfohft C. ElbfeH, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert, is spending a ten day furlough from Lincoln AFB, Nebraska, with his parents. Mr and Mrs Elbert drove to Lincoln and picked him up Saturday evening. M* and Mrs Don McQfnni§, of Fort Bliss, Lawton, Okla., are parents of a son born May 29. He is the first child, weighed 8 pounds and 5 ounces and has been named Daniel Kent. Mr and Mrs Cecil McGinnis are the paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Earl Millet were visited recently by their grandchildren, John and Cheryl Lovstad, children of Mr and Mrs Raymond Lovstad, of Burt. Diane Miller, another grandchild and daughter of Mr and Mrs John Miller, also of Burt, is spending some time here. Mr and Mrs Andrew Mansen had as guests Wednesday Mrs Roy Potthoff, of Des Moines, and Mrs H. L. Gatty, of Vearing, daughters of the late Mrs Charles Snell. Guests Thursday were Frances Wright and Hazel Brooks of Eagle Grove. Visitors Sunday were Mr and Mrs Roy Hansen, of Belmond. Mrs Ethel Morgan had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ernest Engle, of West Concord, Minn., their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Fleanor, also of Minnesota, Mrs Mary Miller and Mrs Rose Potter. Following the dinner all attended the forty-fifth wedding anniversary open house held at the .Methodist church for Mir and Mrs L. R. Walker. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings but you can protect your income from your crops with Hail and Fire insurance in ... BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 No. Dodge Call CY 4-4443 Horn* Office — «M GRAND AVI. — Des Meines, Iowa Dinner guests Memorial Day in.the Wayne Sanford home were Mrs Minnie Dickie of Mason City, Mrs Clara Nietzel of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner. James Mallory, Dale Richardson, Jess Jergensen and Leonard Madden of Armstrong spent Wednesday to Sunday on a fishing trip to Lake Kabetogoma, Minn. Mr and Mrs Edward Pergande were Sunday visitors in the home of their son-in-law and .daughter, Mr and Mrs Gordon Lund and family, near Vincent. Memorial Day guests in the Ray Stone home were his brother, Vernon W. Stone of Cedar Rapids, and his son,' Dwight Stone, Mr and Mrs Jack Roos were the honored guests Friday evening at a farewell courtesy of the Methodist Youth Fellowship group, in the church rooms. A program was given end a gift from trie group, arid Mr and Mrs Worthie Usher and Mr and Mrs Glen Braynard was presented by the president, Karen Baker. Refreshments were served. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kubly and boys visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson, Livermore, Sunday evening. Born Monday morning, June 3, in Algona St. Ann hospital an eight pound, nine ounce daughter to Mr and Mrs George Schnetzer. They now have a family of five daughters and two sons. Jan and Lynn Roos were the honored guests at a picnic Monday evening at the home of their friend, Susie Dudley at the Clyde Dudley home in Galbraith. Other friends were guests. A family gathering and picnic dinner was held Sunday in the home of William Hardcopf. Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, their niece, Mrs Guy Andre and Kathie, attended the graduation exercises of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Thursday. Their son-in-law, David Harper received his B. S. degree in pre-medical course. Durwood Burtis returned Friday to his home at Augusta, Wis., after a week's visit here. Mrs Burtis and Peggy remained for a longer visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartriet. Memorial Day guests in the Fred Baumgdrtner home were his sister, Mrs Minnie Dickie of Mason City and their niece, Clara Neitzel of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson and Jon were Sunday guests in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker and boys and his mother, Mrs Emma Nelson in Corwith. Weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs John Ramus home were his niece, Mr and Mrs Elwin Ellston and Deone of Des Moines. Sunday guests in the Herman Schulz home were her brother, Mr and Mrs Alton Rosenquist and daughter, Joyce of Manson, Lt. and Mrs Allen Bennett and son, Greg, of El Paso, Texas. Dennis Schulz went to Water- towri, Minn., Sunday where he will be the agent of the M and St. L. railroad. Mr and Mrs Ray Stone, Marcia and Ronnie had as weekend guests her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William C. Kraft of La Grange, 111. Rev. and Mrs Yonker and five children moved Saturday from Eagle Grove to the William Klawitter residence. Sunday dinner guests in the Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf home were Mr and Mrs Harry Simone- sen of Rutland. Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and Johnnie spent the past week in Milo visiting her mother, Mrs Doris Kimzey, and other relatives. Never Before Has One Car Won AN Four Top Awards! The men who know the most about cars pick Plymouth as tops in value, styling, handling, economyl PLYMOUTH - "Your over, ell belt buy"-Car Ufa Magazine. "After testing all the 1957 cars we choose Plymouth as today's over-all best buy because we feel that it offers more and better transportation value than any other 1957 car regard* less of price." (From the June issue of CAR LIFE, the family auto magazine.) PlYMOUTH-"$tyb leader of the year"-Dell's 1957 Cars Annual. "Style Leader of the Year Award, presented to Plymouth Division of Chrysler Corporation, by the editors of Dell's 1957 Cars Annual who have chosen the 1957 Plymouth as the style leader of the American auto. motive industry;" (Inscrlp* tioij on the actual award.) i First in every way! The only low-priced car with road-taming Torsion-Aire Ride .,. breath-taking Flight* fiw«ej> Styling.,, Push-Button TorqueFlite or PowerFUte PLYMOUTH - "Economy leader of its field"-1957 /ibilgas Economy Run. ' ..i the 1957 Mobilgas Econ» omy Run Plymouth won first place in Class 'A,' the divi* eion that includes all of the well-known low-price cars. The Plymouth was powered by a V-8 engine with auto, malic transmission." (From U. S. Auto Club records.) ( ,. the sure control of super< Now's the smart time to buy! tbe buy of a Uietuue fur you PLYMOUTH - "Superb? readability"-1957 Motor Trend Magazine Award. "Presented to Chrysler Coj> poration for superior ban* dling and roadability <jual« jties of their family of fine cars." (Citation of J957 Motor Trend Award, pra» sented annually to U. S, raan» ufactijrer making the greatest engineering advancement.) •* safe Total-Contact Brakes, Your Plyjagutb (tester bdf today ( " ,., fA* Car of Verified Value t Mo* |r*tf TV fMttrtekMmnt fr«n Plymouth! The twgh »d love hit erf th« yw, n*ff KTW WWl * WtWV WEUFi.*W TUtttS 4MQ KW TAIWT." fe K »* ^^^^ ^^W TITONKA NEWS Monday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Leo Richter were Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig, Mr and Mrs Clarence Attig and daughter of Woden, Mr- and Mrs Everett Attig and Eddie of Wesley and Mrs Edna Richter. The occasion was in honor of Beverly Riohter who celebrated her birthday. Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten and family moved the first of the month to Anoka, Minn, and Mr arid Mrs Darrell Beaver and family moved into the Hatten home Which they had purchased. Lawrence Heyer and family moved to his basement house south of fitonka and Mr and Mrs Dale Helmers and children moved to the Heyer house which they tented. Saturday callers at the Ray W'.'lp home were Mr and Mrs DeLois Dunnavan, Debbie, Denise, David and Daniel of Rockford. 111., Mrs Amos Krominga, Vicki Lou Harms and Mrs Gene Krominga and sons. Mr and Mrs Donovan Andrews, Kent and Linda of San Bruno, Calif, arrived Memorial Day for a few days visit with Donovan's parents and other friends and relatives here. He is moving to Champaign, 111. for 15 months where he will make his home while attending the university. Kent and Linda plan to stay for a two week visit with their grandparents. Weekend visitors at the home of Grover Keagle, ; Mr S. G. Keagle and Mrs Carrie Wilson were Mr and Mrs Logan Keagle, and Mr and Mrs Ray Keagle of Minneapolis, and Mrs Viola Wright, who is the former Viola Keagle and just recently returned from Okinawa where she has been teaching. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Jean Thelma Elliott of Kensett, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. G. Elliott of Kensett and former Titonka residents to Richard A. Bartz, son of Mr and Mrs Harvey Bartz of St. Ansgar. Mrs Mable Peterson of Clearwater, Fla. arrived by car to spend her vacation with her sister, Mrs Sadie Denton, and other relatives and friends. Mrs Edward Sathoff received word May 25 of the death of her father, M. O. Amundson of Indianola. Mr Amundson, a Rock Island engineer until his retirement died suddenly at the Iowa Lutheran Hospital in DCS Moines, although he had horn in failing health the past ycnrs. MEETING Recently, William Dickman of Decorah met a sister, for the firs! Thursday, June 13, 195? Alflofio (la.) Upptr Pf» fltefrttt-i lime in 50 yenrs. The sister, Mrs George Turner of New Jersey, was in Iowa for the reunifln. He la.st saw his sister in 10frt when the family was separated after the death of his mother. 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