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LuVerne Selected Host To Lutheran Rally, Oct. LuVetne-the Lutheran Ladies •Aid Society niet; in the church rooms Thursday afternoon, Aug 5, with 27 members, and three guests. : At the business session conducted by the president, Mrs John ochnakenberg, committees were appointed for'the Algona circuit raJJy of the Woman's Lutheran Missionary League-to be held in local church Wednesday, Oct. 13. Registration, Mrs Allen Darby, Mrs Carl Groh, Mrs Fred Will! Dinning room hostesses, 'Mrs John Schnakenberg, Mrs Paul Phillips. Kitchen hostesses, Mrs Lillie Hesse, Mrs Fay Harmon, Mrs Jessie Stripling. Entertainment, Mrs Earl Hansc-lman, Mrs William Moedingj Mrs Robert G. H. .Blumer. ' Report on the' Lake Okoboji rally was given by the delegates Mrs Louis Wittenburg and Mrs Carl Groh. ' An auction of baked goods and produce was held with the Rev Wittenburg as the auctioneer. Mrs Paul Phillips was. the host- «S3, . , , i';« ;*!».'* • k .... •" '• ' Stork Pays Visits . Mr and Mrs Phil C. Lichty received news Wednesday morning, Aug. :4, that a six pound, uve ounce baby daughter hatt been. Born early that morning to 'their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley at Culpeper, Virginia. This is their first born. Mrs Bentley is the former Phyllis Lichty. . ;; Mr and Mrs Albert Schneider received word Thursday, that a daughter was born to their son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Sanford Reed of Arnolds Park. The baby, arrived August 4,'in a hospital in Spirit Lake and has a sister Susan Jo and brother Sanford Jon. Mrs Reed is the former Janet Schneider. John Wickett, 7 Johnny Wickett celebrated his 7th birthday Wednesday after- noon with a party }n the LuVerne city park. Games were played followed by refreshments, hamburgers cooked over fire place, birthday cake and ice cream.'Mrs Bryce Wickett was assisted by Johnnie's sister-in-law Mrs William Wickett. He received gifts from his friends, Billy Miller, Patti Harris, Jan Roos, Linda Agard, Gary Agard, Sheryl Dlmler ana. Dean Tranger. Birthday Party Nita Sue Doak celebrated her 4th birthday with a party at the farm home of her parents Mr and Mrs James Doak. Nita Sue received gifts from Lynn Bigings, Bradley Bigings, Sheri Ramus, Marilyn, Ann and Jerry Hobscheidt, Mrs Robert Bigings, Mrs Bertie . Ramus and Mrs George Hobscheidt who were the guests. Birthday Club Picnic The winners of the years' play of the Birthday club were guests of the six lows at a party picnic in the Call Park, Algona, Tues-" day, Aug. 3. After the dinner contract was played, honors, Mrs Arthur Dimler, Mrs Gilbert Row.en, Mrs Paul Phillips and Mrs Duane Ne'al. Mrs Rowen and Mrs Harold Sorensen were guests. Mrs Hanselman Hostess Mrs Anna Hanselman was hostess, to ? the Friendly, .Card Club at her home Tuesday afterrio'on.' Mrs Henry Pergande was a guest. W.S.C.S. Meets ' The monthly meeting of the; W.S.C.S. was held in ,the r church; rooms'Wednesday afternoon, Aug.' 4. Mrs 'Earl Detrherihg led the devotions and lesson study was given by Mrs Phil C. Lichty. At the business session conducted by the vice-chairman Mrs George Wolf plans were made and committees named for recep-: .tion for pastor, 'the Rev Robert ef r Kessinger family and return of school teachers to be held Sunday, .Sept. 5. Hostesses serving refreshments were the Mesdames Jess Lindebak, Joseph Thorn, James Mai- lory, Qlenniss Harper, Stanley Qenrich and 0. M. Wilh • Satisfy The LuVerne Cemetery Society will meet ; Thursday August 12, in the toWn hall. Hostesses for' .the meeting will be Mrs George Studer, ch'airman, Mrs Fred Hinz, Mrs Robert Murray and Mrs M. Schneider. Trip to Pensacola Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes left Wednesday to visit their son Naval Cadet Lyell Holmes, who is stationed ,at Pensacola, Fla. They expect to be a Way, 2 weeks and upon their return home will visit his nephew Lt; and Mrs Dale Klassey at Oxford, Mississippi. . Bridge Club Meets Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., entertained the Bid 'n Bye club in her home Tuesday evening. Guests were Mrs Duane Neal'ana Mrs Harry Lichty. Three tables of contract were in play, honors Mrs Gilbert Rowen and Mrs Jack Roos. Arthur Satre of Roekford, 111. returned here Tuesday and' on Friday accompanied by Mrs Satre,. sons, David, John and James returned to their home. Mrs Satre and sons spent the past month at -the hbme' 6f her sister' Hulda Fritgemeier during the last, illness and .death of their father the late Fred C. Friteemeier. ' The Rev and Mrs Robert Kessinger, and .children, Kathy and SteviVwill be on Vacation for the next two weeks, which they will enjoy at their home* in LuVerne. There will Be 1 no church services, August 16 anti 22 in the LuVerne; and Livermore Methodist church. The Rev and Mrs Harold W Dellit and sons left Monday for a vacation of four weeks., Pvt. William .Meyer concluded his ten day furlough at the home of his mother Mrs Laura Meyer and left Thursday for his new assignment and schooling at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Wed At New St. Cecelias Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Ramon Edward Bisque, the first couple to be married, in the new St. Cecelia's Catholic church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the ceremony Saturday morning, July 31. Mrs Bisque is the former Marie Livingston Young, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. L. Young of Titonka, and Ramon is the son of Mr and Mrs C. M. Bisque of Iron River, Mich. The young couple "VVill rhake their home at 62U Pammel Court, Ames, where Ramon'-is a research assistant in the atomic energy commission laboratories, and Marie is a senior at Iowa State college. The complete wedding story appeared in last week's paper.—(Glenn's Studio Photo). .' : Mr'and Mrs C. O. McClellan; daughters, Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer, Mr and Mrs.Gerald Weller, Dayton, Ohio and families spent the past week fishing near Pelican Rapids, Minn, and visiting cousins of Mr McClellan, Mr and Mrs Theodore Johnson. Lloyd Creach of St. Louis, Mo. were a Tuesday and Thursday visitor in the Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson home. Mr Creach is a war buddy of their son, Gordon. 'Dr. and Mrs Joseph Griffitt and son Michael returned first of the past week to their home in Nicholasville, Ky. They spent the past several weeks here on vacation and taking a rest from the strenous practice of Dr. Griffitt. Mrs Martha Godfrey left Tuesday for an extended visit at Everett, Wash., with her son-in- law arid daughter Dr. and Mrs Howard McMartin and children. Mr and Mrs Ashal Brogan and son Nathan of Detroit, are on vacation visiting in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs William Radii and other relatives. Carroll Grady of Chicago is visiting in the home of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings. Mr and Mrs Harold Oldroyd and son Dick of Thorpe, Wis., were Thursday overnight guests in the home of Mrs Nelle Bieggei. Mr and Mrs John Wonderly, Mr and Mrs Robert Wonderly ol Livermore spent the evening visiting with them. Sunday evening callers in the home of Mrs Nelle Bieggei 1 were Mr and Mrs Victor Newton, of. Clarion, their grandsons Bennic and Mike Davis of Osage and Mrs Clara Voss of Garbcr, Iowa. Harley Van Houten and sister Margaret Van Houten of Hardy were Monday evening dinner guests in the home of Mrs Nelle Biegger. Miss Lottie Mason visited relatives in Clarion and Belmond the past week. 'Miss Inez Skow of Fort Dodge visited from Wednesday to Saturday at the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs William Moeding. Miss Skow is convalescing from a recent goitre operation. She will return to her position in the record room at the Lutheran hospital next week. Mrs Verle Schmidt of Titonka visited her aunt Mrs Arthur Riley Thursday afternoon. Guests Wednesday evening in the -home of Mr and Mrs James Doak and Nita Sue 1 were Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David, Mr and Mrs William Funk of Algona and Mr and Mrs Arthur Riley. The occasion was to help Nita Sue celebrate her fourth birthday. New Vehicles For 51 County Homes New car sales during the past two weeks have totaled 51 cars and trucks registered with County Treasurer Rosella Voigt here. Owners of new vehicles are: Chevrolet — James Albertson, Titonka; W. H. Bartlett,- pickup, Algona; Jesse Blanchard, \ Lone Tuesday, August 10, 1954 Algeria (la.) Upper Des Mdtnes-3 Rock: Marie Ditsworth, Swea City; M. F. Duckling, truck, Bancroft; Charles Kesler, SWea City; Henry Korte, Sr., pickup, Titonka; D. E. McAfee, Bancroft; Paul Northrop, LuVerne; Priebe Sales Co., Fenton; Warner Smidt, Sr., Titonka: Josephine Egland, Wesley; Edward Eisenbacher, Wesley and Duane Metzger, Algona. Plymouth — M. P. Bernhard, Bancroft; August Beck, Swea City and J. L. Kcmnn, Bancroft. Mercury—E. J. Bormann, Irvington; Walter J. Thilgcs, Algona; Moindcrt Ullmann, Titonka and Clarence Riebhoff, Burl. Ford — Edward Bruning, Corwith; Tim Doocy, Elmpre; R. R. Kain, Algona; Swea City Hatchery, truck, Swea City; G. S. Andre, LuVerne; O. E. Hofmann, Titonka; Perry Gas Co., pickup, Harm Risius, Buffalo Center; C. L. Young, Titonka and J. F. Sullivan, Ledyarcl. Nash—Dr. W. W. Jolloy, Fenton Hudson — M. C. Krosch, Ledyard. Dodge — W. R. Paclz, pickup, Algona. Studebaker — Carson Taylor, Algona. GMC — C. E. Thomas, Algona and Gerald Ramus, LuVerne. Chrysler—Dale Wcisbrod, Fenton and P. F. Fey, Algona. Olds—Dale Dundas, Burt; R. C. Fangman, Bancroft; C 1 i f f o r d Krantz, Titonka; M. T. McGuire, Bode and C. E. Ward, Wesley. Buick — Frank Fox, Wesley; Sorensen Buick, Algona and R. V. Sorensen, Algona. ' • Cadillac—S. G. Greiner, Algona Kaiser—C. A. Haag; L'edyard. Ponliac—H. J. Menke, Bancroft International—Whittemore Imp. Co., pickup, Whittemora. Union Aletheans The Union Alethean Girls 4-H met July 12 at the home of Bonnie and Virginia Baker, with 15 members and tvyo leaders present. Jo Ann Dittmer gave a talk and Bonnie and Virginia prepared food for the freezer. Grace McKim played records for recreation. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 10 Apply For Soil District Help New applications submitted to the Soil Conservation District Commissioners for technical assistance at the commissioners meeting last Thursday night, July 29 at the Farm Bureau Office were: August Helmke, Junior Hclmke, O. R. Person, Charles Nelson, Arnold Metzger, Elmer Hagcdorn, Mary Rotterman, Maynnrd Jensen, Art Blocker and Klare T. Butterworth. These were approved by the Kossuth commissioners, J. C. Skow, Torsion Lagerstrom and Jerry Heetland. Other farm plans reaching the advanced stage of progress included—Alfred and Bernard Zei- Icr; John Zeller, Mary and Wilbur Daley; Dclmar Fischer; Harry Adams and Robert Deal; Johanna Kohl and Emmet Plath; L. G. Fuchsen, G. T. Berg; Christ Berg; F. E. Kent and Albert Kramer; Henry J. Rustmeior; Agnes Miller and Leo C. Miller; Cleo I. Classon and Dennis Bcrhow; M. J. Fothergill and Darol Berhow; Ernest A. Davis. Those in attendance were J. C. Skow, Torsten Lagcrslrom, Jerry Heetland, Glen Jenkinson, Walter Campney, Clayton Johnson and John A. Burton. Whittemore Trio In Quiz Derby Joe' Pettit, James Nichols and Lloyd Smith will represent Whit- leiriore, Public school in the Iowa Quiz Derby scheduled as a feature of the Iowa Centennial State Fair in Des Moines, August 28 to 1 September G. Alternates are Dana Pettit; Joan Baas, and Calvin Mogler. Sponsor is Francis E. Slagle of whilleinore. Thirty-five teams will compete in the 'contest this year. Team cash awards are as follows; grand prize, $42; second, $30; third, $18; fourth, $12; fifth, $9. In addition, winning team members will receive bronze medals. ALGONA DOLLAR DAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY YOUR BIGGEST DOLLAR'S WORTH EVER! 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