6-Afg6nci (lo.) Upper Bes Moines Thursdny, Sept. 15, 1955 Reception For New Teachers Held, Ledyard Ledyard—-The P.T.A. vecrntlv ?ponso7-rH a reception for thr tfnohnrs at the school. The pro- f.ram \va? in c-hiir.sp of Mrs Ed\v. Knonpi who extended a welcome to the new nnd old teachers. Mr Willadsen then introduced the teachers and was in charge of a t]\i\7 program which followed. Eneelb.-ivt Lojjenian performed FOTnr magic and then a one act satire on Grand Opera was given with Mrs Kenneth Biisch and Geo. McKinnon taking lh" leading parts. E. & R. Guild Mel The E. and R. Guild met at the Church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Fred Ploeger and Mrs Soren Pedersen as hostesses. Mrs Engelbart Logeman was program chairman. Birthday hymns were sung for Mrs Alvin Busch. Mrs Elmer Junkermeier. and Mrs Fred Solberg. Rev. Vriesen led Die devotions. A poo pi was read by Mrs Logeman and then a mission Film was shown by Rev. Vriesen. a Duet by Janice Goelz. and Sharon Kloester, and a saxophone solo by Ruth Ploeger. Mr and Mrs Val Peter of Chicago spent the Labor Day weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Peter. He is in service and stationed in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Albert Brand of St. Paul observed their 40th wedding anniversary by holding "Open House" at the E. and R. Church on Saturday afternoon. Those attending from out of town were: Mr and Mrs Clarence Blome of Hubbard: Mr and Mrs Ernest Blome of Buckeye: Mr and Mrs Ed Junkermeier and Neomi of Burl: Mr and Mrs Herman Meltz and daughter of Blue Earth: Mr and Mrs Martin Gabel, Mrs Weidon Brandt and Carmen, Mrs Eel Fosgreen of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Lawrence Brandt and Mr and Mrs Henry Blome of Elmore. Mr and Mrs Clayton Roseboro and family spent a recent week- end at Graettinger. Mr and Mrs barrel] Troff of Milan. 111. came recently to visit at the Aeilt Troff home, and on Saturday Mr and Mrs Wendell Troff of Worthington, Minn, also came for the weekend with their parents. Friends here received announcement of the birth of a son to Mr r.nd Mrs Harold Kettwick. Aug. Ti at the Buffalo Center hospital Mrs Kettwick is the former Delores Dontje of tills community. Mr and Mrs John Knoner of Siloam Springs. Ark. came Saturday to visit at the parental Ed Knoner home. Don Teems who is in service and stationed at Fort Knox. Ky. spent, the weekend visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Everett Teems. Friends here have received announcement of the birth of a baby girl to Mr and Mrs Lowell Thomson of Plymouth. M r Thomson taught here several years ago. Mr and Mrs John Manthei went to Denver. Colo., to visit their daughter and her family, the Milton Robertsons, and to make the acquaintance of their new granddaughter. Mr and Mrs Thomas Mitchell and family left Sunday for their home in LeMars after visiting at the parental Cecil Black home. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer spent a recent weekend in Minneapolis. Lottie and Janette Mason of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs George Thompson left Saturday, Sept. 3, for Wisconsin to visit with Mr and Mrs Lyman Martin, sister of the Mason sisters and a cousin of Mrs Thompson. Mr aird Mrs William Barnes and family of "Buffalo Center were visiting friends and relatives here last Sunday. Leases Pool Hall Ledyard— The Robert Senen- felder family of Fairmont, Minn, moved this weekend into the Yahnkc home which they have rented. Mr Senefelder has leased the Lentsch Pool Hall from Julius Lentsch. Hue.y Long, shot while in the Louisiana capitol, died September 10. 1935. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! I Always Phone 53O "VIKING OIL" Always Gives Prompt, Efficient Bulk Wagon Service. AND I SAVE MONEY! Let "VIKING" Give You That First Fill of Fuel Oil You'll See What We Mean! 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She spent last year at home on furlough and for a time was a student at University of Mexico taking Latin American languages. She has been teaching in a mission school in Sorata and will now do parish work in La Paz, working especially with children. Her new address will be Casilla 266, La Paz, Bolivia. Enlists In Army Donald Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs Cassie Anderson, has enlisted in the army and is undergoing basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Donald was previously a student at the University of Minnesota. Picnic Honors Guests A picnic supper was held at the S. G. Holm farm on Thursday evening honoring out-of-town guests. Present were Mr and Mrs Frank Sanftner and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Harold Can- and Maurice, Mr and Mrs Don Koona, Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family, and Elizabeth Krebsbach, all of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Eddie Loos and family, Lincoln, Neb.; Kathryn Carr, Mankato, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Linus Vaske and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Kro- bsbach and family and Mr and Mrs Bob Holm, all of Bancroft. ther and plans eventually to major in psychiatry. Howard Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Smith, has accepted a promotion with Land-o-Lakes corporation of Minnesota, and has transferred from Hankinson, N. D., where he was office manager, to the company's main offices in Minneapolis. Marvin Knuths of Dunnell, Minn, has recently joined the employ of the Swea City Hatchery. He is a brother to Melvin Knuths, who was office secretary at the hatchery prior to entering the armed forces last year. Mr and Mrs G. D. Curtis joined a group of relatives at an Arnolds Park summer cottage on Sunday for a reunion picnic. HURT Rolland Runyan of LaPorte City had a narrow escape recently when his left leg was caught in the power take-off of his trap tor. He received a deep gash in the limb and was hospitalized briefly. Mrs June Ewing accompanied her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Northern of Thompson on a two week's trip to visit relatives in Indiana and Kentucky. Mrs Roscoe Bartlett of Brighton and Mr and Mrs prval Benson of Newton are visiting the Herman Klugers and other Swea City relatives. Claus Helmke, who underwent surgery for removal of a stomach ulcer on Sept. 2, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, is making a good recovery and expects to -return home early this week. Waunita Guerdet, who has been employed as a nurses' aide at St. Ann hospital, Algona, leaves Sept. 12 for Sioux City to begin a four year course In nurses' training at Briar Cliff college. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Guerdet of Swea township. Mr and Mrs Robert Bell and children, Bobby and Betty, drove to Omaha, Neb., Sunday, to enter Betty in the freshman class at Creighton University. Betty, who was graduated from St. John's high school at Bancroft, with the class of 1955, will pursue a course leading to specialization in some field of medicine. Mr and Mrs Martin Dahl visited their son Dick, at Luther college at Decorah on Thursday. Dick, who is a freshman at Luther, will take liberal arts subjects at Lu- L. S. BOHANNON What about the part-time help I hire on my farm — will my Farm Liability Insurance cover any damage or injuries caused by the help? Will it corer my liability for injuries suffered by my part-time help? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. New hit with millions! for dozens of fast cheese treats SPOON IT into hot foods HEAT IT for cheese SOIKO SPREAD IT for snacks rioetsj CHEISE SPIUO . . , read about HOME HEATERS in this month's FARM and HOME section HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE 250 At Annual Meeting, Tri-County Drying Co-Op WhJtlemofe — About 250 men and women attended the turkey upper held at the Plantation dining room Wednesday evening. Sept. 7, sponsored by the Tri- County Drying Plant. Following the dinner, election of officers took place. Charles Tatcher of West Bend was re-elected, J. C. Skow of Wesley was also rcelect- ed. and Arthur Kirchhoff of Ihimboldt replaced Rudy Petcr- n of Swea City, who resigned. Dr. and Mrs John Corbett, of Flint. Mich., and Mr and Mrs E. J, Heidenwith of Swea City, were Tuesday of last week visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith home Mrs orbett R. N. was the former Eleanor Heidenwith, a niece. Mrs Joseph Meurer of Wesley informs us that William Frantz suddenly passed away at his home in Menominee, Mich. Mr and Mrs J. Meurer attended the funeral. Mrs Frantz was the former Anna Meurer, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Joseph Meurer Sr., and grew to womanhood here. Members of St. Paul's Ladies Aid were guests of Immanucl Lutheran Ladies Aid in Lotts Creek Friday afternoon. The St. John's aid of Fairville were also guests. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt moved to their home in the north part of Whittemore, Sept. 1. which they purchased recently, retiring from the farm. The Voigts moved to the Late Henry Geelan farm in March 1. 1915, and have lived there the past 40 years. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt were pleasantly surprised by the members of the Jolly 500 Club and their husbands, last week, Tuesday evening at their farm home. .Present were Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Besch, Mrs Lucy Besch, Mr and Mrs James Besch, Mr and Mrs Edward Besch, Mr and Mrs Mike Mergcn. Mrs Elizabeth Mergen, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber, Mr and Mrs Paul Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Erwin Gerber. Mr and Mrs Matt Erdmann and Mr and Mrs Harold Potter. Five hundred was played. Mrs Voigt and Paul Ludwig winning high: Mike Mergen and Mrs Lucy Besch, low: and Herman Voigt. travel. Mr and Mrs Voigt were presented with a gift by the club. Mr and Mrs Conrad Alig, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs Donald Conrad and daughter Janet, left Monday morning for Mandan. N. D., to visit at their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Merwyn John. Sunday evening callers at the Carl Ostwald and Herbert Sch- mitl home were Mr and Mrs Werner Gade and family, Mr and Mrs Gus Berninghaus of West Bend: Jaccjelinc and Keith Allen Bell<of Denison; Mr and Mrs Willis Struecker and family. Leola Ostwald, Wilbur Knecht, Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald and son Melvin, and Cheryl Jane Ostwald. The occasfon was Marvin Schmitt's birthday. A family reunion was held at the James Bisenius farm home Sunday. Present were Mr and Mrs Clement Bisenius and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Eisele and sons Robert and Paul. Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Dan Foley and daughters Mary- jDClh and Ann, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kollasch and family of here; Mrs Susan Eisele and son Joseph of Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and son Frank, Mr and Mrs James Lenhart and family of Storm Lake and Mr and Mrs Joseph Kavanaugh and family of Lohrville and Joan Bisenius of Omaha. Ottosen News The Donald Usher family and Mrs Helen Rasmussen enjoyed a picnic dinner at Call State Park in AJgona. Evening visitors at the Usher home were Mr and Mrs Earl Olson. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson visited Friday afternoon at the Hans Hanson home in Humboldt to visit with a visitor, Mrs Lafe Halverson of Arcadia, Cal. Thursday evening visitors at the Vincent Salz home were Mr and Mrs Sam Thorslancl of Bode. Sunday evening visitors at. tho Salz home were Mr and Mrs Geo. Kjar of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Axel Kjar and Leslie of Humboldt. Vivian, Philip and Martha Olson, children of Dr. and Mrs Wm. Olson of Charles City, were r>'- ent dinner and afternoon guests at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Earl Olson, while their parents attended Dr. Olson's class reunion at the Don Pflibsen home. Mr and Mrs Archie Lansing of Duncombe visited recently at the II. D. Benson home. Mr and Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs W. E. Hundertmark, Eld«n Hundertmark and Howard Strti- thers were afternoon and supper guests at the Dale Struthers home near Wesley. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson were pot luck dinner and supper guests at the home of Mis Hannah Hellickson at Hardy to visit with Mr Hcllickson's .si.-UT and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Johnson of Chicago. . . . read about ALLIS-CHALMERS Corn Harvesters in this month's FARM and HOME Section With Today's Upper Des Moines BRADLEY BROS. 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