4-Atfldno jlo.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 17, 1956 Livermore Church Guild Has Installation Officers Livermdre—The January committee nf the Sacred Heart Guild entertained guild members in the parish hall last Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was called to order by Mrs Richard McKenna. Following the old business the new officers for 1956 took over. They are Mrs Francis Murphy, president; Mrs Robert Wonderley, vice president; Mrs Keith Logue, secretary and Mrs Alvin Lenertz, treasurer. The heads of the circles for 1956 are Mrs Alvin Berte. January and July; Mrs Peter Malkmus, February and August; Mrs Julius Becker. March and September; Mrs George Foth, April and October; Mrs Karsten Kvitli, May and November, and Mrs Richard Dunphy, June a n d December. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. High prize went to Mrs Julius Becker. Other prizes went to Mrs Johanna Smith and Mrs Francis Murphy. Mr and Mrs Ralph Kenne attended a farewell party at Irvington Wednesday evening in honor GT their nephew, Bill Kenne, who left Monday morning for service. Mr and Mrs Jerrys Bonnstetter ID can save more than you do and heremighty easy way,— easy because it's FUN to save when savings earn more! Ydu'll see savings dolfars mount quickly and safely at our liberal earning rate. Open your account todayl HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Since 1917 Algona Iowa and son nnd Mr and Mrs Lloyd Johnson of Fort Dodge were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson. Mr nnd Mrs John Olson and Mrs Maurice Olson motored Mnuricr Olson to Dos Moines where he- left for Camp Chaffee, Ark., where he is stationed. Donald Uutx and V e r n o n Hanselman left Wednesday for Camp Fort Harrison,, Ind., where "they xvill attend a National Guard school for eight weeks. They visited Wednesday night at the Ed. Wachholz home in Villa Parks, 111. Mr and Mrs Herman Vaudt Of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger were Sunday evening visitors at the Harry Rutz home. Mrs Margaret Brewer and son David of Fort Dodge spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs Herbert Raney. Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson visited Wednesday with Mrs Wilson's aunt in Austin, Minn, and Thursday with Mr Wilson's brother and family at Hayfield. Mr and Mrs Jerry Stiles and three children visited Monday with Mrs Stiles' brother, 'James Meurer and family at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family were Monday evening dinner guests at the Raymond Berte home near LuVerne. Sonia Mackintosh, of Chicago, who teaches in Algona, spent the weekend here visiting 'her uncle, Mr and Mrs Hartley Machintosh. Mr and Mrs Bernard Devinc of Woden and Mrs Jack Devinc of Hayfield visited Sunday with the former's brother, Frank Devine, and his sister-in-law, Mrs Bess Devine. Supper guests Wednesday evening at the Juluis Becker home were Mr and Mrs Ed. Youngwirth of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirtty and Mrs John Youngwirth of Wesley, and Mr and Mrs Leo Youngwirth a St. Benedict. Second Lieutenant and Mrs James Berryhill, who have been visiting relatives at Superior, Wis., visited Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill. Tuesday they left for Mission, Texas, where he is stationed. Mr and Mrs Henry Groh and Mr and Mrs John Groh of Lu- Verne visited Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Chris Heinbuck, who are both patients in a Mason City hospital. Mr Heinbuck underwent surgery and Mrs Heinbuck is ill. Kathy Cron, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Cron, who had been ill at her home with bronchial pneumonia, was taken to Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Friday evening. Mrs Dave White underwent surgery last week at a Fort Dodge hospital. Mrs George Foth visited Thursday evening with her mother, Mrs Elsbecker and her brother-in-law and sister at Ringsted. Peter Altman left Wednesday for-Westphalia and Harlan where AUCT 25O HYBRID FEEDER —PIGS— he will visit at the Schmidtz home. Mr ahd Mrs Allen Foth W«fe Thursday visitors at the Irvin Ernrick home in Ringsted and got acquainted with the new daughter of Mr and Mrs Emrick. Mrs Foth is Mrs Emrick's sister. Will Murray, who has been a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for the past nine weeks, returned home 1 Friday. Dinner* guests Thursday evening at the- Clifford Baker home in honor of the birthday of her brother, Nick Altman, were 'Nick and Mike Altman, Mr and Mrs John Altman of Iryirtgton, Mr and Mrs Joe Melavin of r!um- boldt, and Mr and Mrs Connie Kohlhaas of Algona. A daughter was born Tuesday to Mr and Mrs Dennis Behounek at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr Behounek is the son of Mr and Mrs Louis Behounek and Mrs Behounek's parents live in Canada. Mrs Richard McKenna is receiving a visit from her mother from Pine River, Minn. Mr and Mrs Alvin Lenertz entertained a few friends at a card party at their home Friday evening. Members of the Delta Dek club were entertained at the home of Mrs Karl Baessler Friday after* noon. Prizes went to Mrs J. F, Hamm, Mrs Gale Berryhill, Mrs Harry Clark and Mrs Edith Johnson. Mrs Edna Bowes, Mrs Edith Johnson and Mrs John Olson were invited guests. Mrs Elmer Gronbach entertained the members -of the pinochle club at her farm home Tuesday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Frank Hoffmann and con* solation to Mrs Herman Gronbach. Refreshments were served by Mrs Gronbach. Mrs Jerry Stiles entertained the girls from the second grade at a birthday party Friday afternoon in honor of the eighth birthday of her daughter Judy. They included Meg Holmes, Linda Martin, Linda Schrieber, Laverna Klein, Virginia Foreman. Elizabeth Wickre, Caroline Bordwell, Joan Madsen and K*athy Malone. Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clyde Smith, Mr and Mrs Milton Armstrong and family, Mr and Mrs Albert Bordwell and Karen and Mr and Mrs Karsten Kvitli and son gathered at the home of Mrs Johanna Smith Thursday evening and surprised their brother, Donald Smith, who was home from the Seminary at Dubuque. It was his birthday. The 20th Century Club was entertained at the home,of Mrs R. W. Beardsley Tuesday afternoon. Members of the Just For Fun club were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Anna Altman. High prize w«nt to Lena Altman, second high to Mrs Elmer Gronbach, and traveling prize to Mrs Alvin Berte, who was a guest. Mrs Clifford Baker will be the next hostess. Public auction of 250 feeder pigs will be helcf on farm located one-half^ mile North and one and three-fourth miles West of LONE ROCK, IOWA. Pigs raised 'on the farm on which the sale is held, on ... THURSDAY, JAN. 19 SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P.M. These Pigs Are From 6 to 12 Weeks Old. Clean . . .Castrated . .. Vaccinated For Cholera and Erysipelas FREE DELIVERY UP TO 25 MILES TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before sale date. Not Responsible for Accidents. RAY LAABS UQYP BWKLAND, Auctioneer LONE ROCK BANK, Clerk St. Joe C.D.A. Guest Night Set, Jan. 19 St. Joe—C. D. of A. Court St. Joseph No. 1554 held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening with 75 members attending. The Rosary preceeded the meeting, Mrs Frank Reding, grand regent, presiding. A reading "January and the New Year" was given by Mrs Peter Reding, court lecturer. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Prank Hilbert, Mrs William Devine and Mrs Paul Erpelding. A C. D. of A. guest night will be held in St. Joseph's school hall Thursday evening, Jan. 19, at 6 p.m. with a pot luck dinner followed by a social evening. Committee in charge of guest night: Mrs Nicholas Weydert, Mrs Ralph Reding, Mrs Genevieve Weydert, Mrs Harold Roethler, Mrs- Peter Reding Jr., Mrs Maurice Reding, Mrs Eugene Thul, Mrs Ray Thilges, Mrs Alvin Lenertz, Mrs Vernon Kramer, Mrs Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs Peter Kayscr, Mary Origer and Mary Ann Berte. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and family and Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding and family were dinner guests Tuesday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Ernest Eliingson and daughter, Bode, with Mr and Mrs Irwin CUson and the Ellingsons hosts at the gathering. Mr and Mrs Alphonse Thilges of Algona were Wednesday evening callers in the Wilfred Schneider home. Mr and Mrs George Bormunn and family were honored at a farewell party by the Friendly Aub on Monday evening in the KC club looms. Mr and Mrs Bormunn have sold their farm hero and will move to New Hampton where they have purchased a larger farm. Mr and Mrs Ben Thilges and family of Algona have purchased the Bormann farm and will move there this spring. LuVerne Soldier Now In Korea PUSAN. KOREA—Pfc. Harold E. Niclson Jr., who.se wife. Carmer, lives in LuVerne, Iowa, is a iiie.-ober of the 7th Infantry Division in Korea-. Niclson, a radio operator in the division, is a veteran of 15 iiTjnth.s military duty. He arrived in Korea in October 1955 and was bust stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. NirKnn was yr;itlu:itcd from LuVeiiiO hjyh school in 1952. Vandalism In Postoffice At Wesley Found Wesley — The county sheriff was called Sunday, Jan. 8, to investigate vandalism in the post office lobby some time Saturday tvenihg. Posters and goyern- inent bulletins were stripped from the wall and some damage done to locks. • Return From West Mr and .Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen returned from a two week's trip to San Diego with Mr and Mrs Cecil Hildebrand.of Britt. They visited Mr and Mrs Lee Hildebrand. He is in service and she is the former Carol Hemmingsen. They saw the tournament of roses at Pasadena on Jan. 2, and were fortunate in securing five bleacher seats opposite the TV camera stand. They went on a conducted boat tour of San Diego harbor and several miles of the Pacific ocean. They saw the fleet at anchor and navy fishing vessels. They visited Knotts Berry farm, Cabrello National Park and . the ocean caves near LaJolla. The Iowa folks went to Tijuana, Mexico and Point Loma which is the farthest south west point of land in t,he United States. They visited Mr and Mrs Pete Haverly at Coronado and Mr and Mrs H. B. Sturdivans at Pasadena. Mr Hildbrand attended the Rose Bowl football game Jan. 2. Enroute home they stopped off at /Greenburg, Kan. to see the largest hand dug well in the world. It was 35 feet across and 125 feet deep. All the labor was done by ha'nd. 45ih Anniversary Mr and Mrs Will Stalzer were honored at a surprise 45th wedding anniversary party by a group of relatives Tuesday evening, Jan. 10. Guests included Mr and Mrs Harold Elbcrt and six children of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Ralph Stalzer and Vicki Ann of Algona; Mr and Mrs Albert Weishaar of Algona; Mr and Mrs Earl Stalzer and Harry Stalzer of Renwick: Alice Klein of Livef- more; Mr and Mrs G. Stalzer and family of Britt; LeRoy Stalzei 1 : Mr and Mrs Gene * Mueller of Algona and Mr and Mrs Reese Martin. The self-invited guests brought and served the lunch and presented gifts to the honored couple. The Mass in St. Joseph's Catholic church that morning was for Mr and Mrs Stalzer. The American Legion met Wednesday evening, Jan. 11. The American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring the March of Dimes which began the first of the week. Mrs Rosalie DeBoer is chairman for Wesley. At the February 2nd meeting of the Auxiliary Bernadine Hamilton and Josephine Meurer will be in charge of the entertainment instead of Beatrice Hildman and Mrs Meurer as previously reported. Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum are staying at the Herman Becker home near Irvington for three weeks while Beckers are vaca- tioning in Florida. John Phil Richter, son of Jack Richter has enlisted in the. U.S. Marines. He left from Mason City last we'ek. John Richter Sr. entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday for medical care of a gall bladder ailment. Mrs Lawrence Smith will hold a farm sale at the farm northeast of Wesley Wednesday, Jan. 18. Mrs W. R. Smith spent several days last week in the horrid of her daughter, Mrs Herbert, Waljace caring for two grand* children while the Wallaces were in Iowa City on business. Wesley Homemakers met Tues'- day at the Ralph Tjaden home and the Tuesday Club at Mrs Idu Funnemarks with Marj Hcm- mingsen as assistant hostess. Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Find* Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids >*W Yorfc, N. Y. (Special) — For the first time science has found n new healing substance •with the nstonish- ing ability to shrink hemorrhoids ftnd to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, nctunl reduction (shrinkage) took place. Afost amazing of all-results were fo thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be n problem!" The secret is a new henling substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substnnce is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation //.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •net. V. B. Pal. Off. because As I am moving lo Minnesota. I will sell at public auction the following listed items on the farm located 6 miles S 6 E., l'/ 2 S. and '/ 2 Ek of Algona; 2!/ 2 N,. and >/ 2 w. of LuVerne county shed; or 8'/ 2 S. and '/ 2 W. of Sexton, on Sale starts at 1:00 sharp. Lunch on grounds. MACHINERY 1 Flat rack. 1947 Int. KB2 V 4 T. truck. 1 Flare box. 1-2-14 in. IH slat bottom plow. 1 Case 15 ft. land roller. 1—4 sect. JD springtooth. 1946 G JD with Powertrol. JD 3-bottom plow for Powertrol, HS bottoms, 3 yrs. old. JD 4-row cultivator, 3 yrs. old- McCormick-Deering hay loader. 1—4 wheel trailer. 8 ft. McCormick-Deering binder cut down for windrower. 44 HEAD OF 1-Cow, third calf, fresh Nov. 13, 1955; 1-Cow, third caif, fresh Dec. 2, 1955; 1-Cow, third calf fresh Dec 5 19551-Cow, third calf, fresh Dec. 25, 1955; 1-First calf heifer, fresh Dec. 24, 1955; 1-cow, 2 calves, fresh in spring' 12-Close springing Holstein heifers; 7-Holstein heifers, bred in December; 1-Holstein bull, 2 years old- 10 Holstein heifers, open; 2 Ayrshire, 1—Shorthorn heifer, 3—Holstein heifer calves. ' ALL YOUNG CATTLE CALFHOOD VACCINATED FOR TB AMD BANGS TESTED; OLDER ONES ARE BANGS TESTED AND ALL AKc To TTLE 44 40 FALL PIGS 75 Ibs., long-time vaccinated. Ill 14 x 18 hog house; 8 x 16 hog house; 12 x 14 hog house; 9 x 12 brooder house; 7x12 shed, 25 bushel round feeder- 5 bushel round feeder. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Post drill; 2—McCormick-Deering milking pails; 3 feed bunks, 16 ft.; 1—300 gal. gas barrel and stand; 1-hay bunk, 16 ft. 600 bales Alfalfa 300 bales Mixed Hay HOUSEHOLD — Dining room suite, dresser. THERE WILL NOT BE ANY SMALL STUFF ON THIS SALE. TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from tha premises ' until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS DURING SALE. Quinn & Yungeberg, Auctioneers. Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, Clerk.
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