March 20,1956 4 Wkhtendahl Kin Now Serving In Armed Forces The family of Mr and Mrs Geo. Wichtendahl, Whittemore, is well represented in the armed forces. The Wichtendahls have two sons, a daughter and a son-in-law in the service at the present time. Laura It. Wichtendahl, a member of the W.A.F., is stationed at Offutt A.F.B. in Nebraska. She has been in the service for two yeajs and recently received a promotion to A/1C, her third advancement. New Farm-Stored Grain Inspection Plan Henry Wichtendahl is in the U.S. Navy, and is stationed at Corpus. Christ!, Texas. Bernard Wichtendahl left for his army training March 13, and does not have a permanent' base yet. Chief Lyle J. Anderson, son-in- law of the Wichtendahl's, is an instructor in the U.S. Navy stationed at Nprman, Okla. IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 11 IS 101 At Kinross, in Keokuk county, Mrs Frances Fischer recently observed her 101st birthday. She's one of the oldest lowans. 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The next scene depicted, a garden setting, and a group "of persons, represented replicas of the Christ Child, Holy Virgin, Angels and Saints. They were Blessed Virgin, Mrs Vernon Kilmer; Fatima Children, Bernadette Hilbert, Judy Salz arid Raymond Erpelding; Angels, Carol Erpelding and Sheryln Kramer; Christ Child, Michael Kenne; St. Joseph, Roger Sinnwell; St. Patrick, Thomas Reding; Harpest, Francis Kenne. Hymns, "The Ave Maria" Songs to "St. Joseph" and "St. Patrick" were sung by Reinald Salz accompanied on the piano by Mrs Reinald Salz. The entire court joined in the singing of the closing hymn, "Holy God, we praise Thy Name." Mrs Joe Sinnwell acted as Master of Ceremonies. Committee members were Mrs Ralph Kenne, Mrs Reinald Salz, Mrs Alyin Len- erU, Mrs Francis Erpelding, Mrs Vernon Kramer, and Mrs Willie Thilges. Court SI. Joseph will hold its next meeting on April 11 at 8 o'clock in the School Hall with the following committee in charge of lunch and social hour: Mrs Peter Becker. Mildred Bormann, Mrs Peter Reding, Marjorie Illg, Mary Ann Berte, Mrs Delmer Reding, Mrs Johanna Smith, Mrs Ed McGuire, Mrs Ted Wagner and Mrs Anton Weydert. K. C. Pancake Supper St. Joseph's Council Knights of Columbus held their Pancake and Sausage Supper in their club rooms on Thursday evening, March 15 with a large crowd in attendance. Cooperating to help the K. C's make "Ladies Guest Night" a success were the makers of Aunt Jemina Pancake Mix, Algona Cooperative Creamery and Herbert Weydert and Mary Calhoun. Following the supper, Five Hundred was played with Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and Clarence Bormann receiving pri7.es. Door E rizes were given to Mrs Mike toffel and Fred Illg. Mr and Mrs Peter Becker left on Friday for Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit a relative. Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner and daughter Barbara and Mrs Adeline Wagner and daughter Sandra left Thursday morning for the Adolph Fuhrmann home at Lindsay, Texas, and the Henry Fuhrmann's at Munster, Texas. Adolph and Henry are uncles of Mrs Adeline Wagner and both were formerly neighbors here of the Wagners. Mr and Mrs Ernest Gales Jr., / Lone Rock Girl Gets Nurses 'Cap', Mar. 9 Lone Rock — Miss Janet Krueger, Lnne Rock student nurse at Broad] awn hospital school of nursing at Des Moines was capped in the capping exercise Friday evening, March 9th, at 8 p.m. in the Westminster United Presbyterian church by Mrs Evelyn M. Eng, director of nurses. Miss Krueger is a member of the student chorus and was the accompanist for several songs the chorus sang under the direction of Mr Sherrill Milncs of Drake University. Forty-seven girls received their caps. A reception was held at the church following the service. Those who attended were her parents and brother, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mr and Mrs Don Houck and Marjorie and Lila Schmidt all of Lone Rock, are parents of a son born Wednesday, March 14, in St. Ann Hospital in Algona. This makes 2 boys and 1 girl in the Gales family. Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann of Algona are maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Ernest Gales Sr. of here are paternal grandparents. Randy Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Kollasch is confined to his bed suffering from rheumatic fever. Randy is a third grade student in St. Joseph's School. Mr and Mrs Will Reding of here, Mr and Mrs Vernon Kramer and daughter of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Marcel Reding and family of St. Benedict surprised Mrs Frank Stattleman in her home on Tuesday evening, March 13 in observance of her birthday. A pot-luck dinner with birthday cake and ice cream were enjoyed by all. Mr and Mrs Frank Stattleman were business callers in Waterloo on Tuesday . Irene Schmallen of West Bend is attending to"" the househoj£ duties in the Willie Thilges home here. Mr and Mrs R. A. Hogan ana family' of Whittemore and Mrs Mary Origer, West Bend, were Tuesday evening supper guests in the Joseph Becker'home he.re in observance of the 12th birthday of Eleanor Becker. Mrs Origer is the mother of Mrs Becker and Mrs Hogan. Also attending were Miss Barbara Quinn, Mr James Thul of Ames and Mrs Robert Bates from DCS Moines. Second Lieutenant and Mrs Kenneth Thomsen and son left last week after visiting at the parental Andrew Thomsen home for Sioux City to visit with her parents after which Kenneth will report to Fort Lewis, Wash. and on March 28th he will be sent to Japan. Mrs Thomsen and son will join him later. Mrs Louie Berninghaus entertained a birthday party last week in honor of her daughter Karin's sixth birthday. Guests were four girls from her class, Elaine Kay Mittag, Sandra Seegebarth, Linda Krause and Betty Walker. Mrs Ordin Kabrick, Randy and Cynthia of Bancroft, Mrs Kenneth Andre and Barbara of Fenton spent Thursday evening at the Dale Schroeder home, Friday evening, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Art of Fenton called there, also Mr and Mrs Ervin Klatt of Ringsted. Mrs Marlin Bausman and Mrs E. M. Jensen entertained the Esther circle Thursday afternoon at the Bausman home, Mrs Jensen read scripture and Mrs Bausman followed with prayer. Lesson was given by Mrs Clarence Kraft. Lunch was served to thirteen members and five guests, Mrs Charles Staudt, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Roger Walker, Miss Florence. Yager and Mrs Lawrence Pingel. Mrs Fritz Newbrough entertained a birthday party last Monday afternoon in honor of Stevie's third birthday. Guests were David Newbrough, Sandra and Susan Staudt, Mrs Ben Schmidt and Terry, Mrs Gene Blanchard, Pat, Kim and Susan, Mrs Allwyn Lockwood and Paula, Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz attended the funeral of his niece, Mrs Van Hansen at LuVerne Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow spent Thursday evening at the Jack Quinn home. Mrs Erich Seegebarth and Mrs Calvin Householder attended the oyster supper at Burt Tuesday evening and also called on Mrs Clara Marlow. Mrs George Long and son Daryl visited Thursday evening at the Clarence Ackerson home at Wesley. Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona and Mrs Amanda Pettit called on Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer Thursday afternoon at the Delmar Fischer home. Robert Hanna, Alton Pettit and Mrs Ella Hanna spent Wednesday at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs H. R. Pettit and son Willie Nobody "spared the horses in the '56 Chevrolet! It's the new "Two-Ten" 4-Door Sedan, one of 20 frisky new This beauty's gotpower that's panther-quick and silk-smooth. Power that puts new kick in your driving and makes passing far safer. A flick of your toe is all it takes to unleash a hoodf ul of Chevrolet power! Power that makes passing far safer by saving seconds when they really count! Power that's smooth as silk—and as full of action as a string of firecrackers! Big, deep-breathing power that now ranges clear up to 225 h.p.! But power's just one of the things that make for safer, happier driving in a Chevy. For instance, there's the solid construction of Body by Fisher-*• and Chevrolet's nailed-down stability. Come in and give it a try. Air conditioning—temperatures made to order—at new low cost. Let us demonstrate! I iLAMoaous PRIZES w THE -SEE THE u. s, A. IN YOUR CHEVROLET" CONTEST. ENTER NOW-AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SOUTHWEST OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE PMONI *00 Qualify Check Planned Prior To Delivery Farm-stored grain covered by purchase agreements under the government's price support program will be inspected hereafter before a delivery notice is sent to the owner, it was announced this week by Virgil L. Rohlf, Manager of the Kossuth County ASC. The purpose of the advance inspection of purchase agreement commodities, is to prevent possible misunderstandings resulting from delivery of grain which fails to meet specified quality requirements and which therefore is not eligible for price support. The advance inspections of purchase agreement grain should be regarded as a valuable service since they may uncover trouble spots and enable producers to take corrective or protective steps. Advance inspection of purchase agreements commodities has not been done in the past but there has always been periodic inspection of farm-stored commodities under price support loans as means of protecting the interests of both the producers having loans and the government. The new purchase agreement procedure will apply to small grains, grain sorghum, flaxseed, soybeans and corn. However, the inspection will be made only fn cases where producers have notified their county ASC Office that they intend to deliver grain covered by purchase agreements. This provision is to remind producers having purchase agreements that they are required to notify the county ASC office sometime during the 30 days period preceding the maturity date of any agreement as to the quantity of the covered commodity they desire to deliver at the price support rate. In the case of wheat and grain sorghum, the maturity date is March 31. Since March 31 is a Saturday this year and ASC offices are not open on Saturdays, holders of purchase agreements on wheat and grain sorghum have until March 30 to notify their county office as to the quantities of these commodities they wish to deliver this year. Maturity dates on other commodities are April 30 for barley, oats, rye and flaxseed; May 31 for soybeans, and July 31 for corn. spent Tuesday evening with Mrs Amanda Pettit. . Tuesday afternoon Mrs Amanda Pettit, Mrs Ethel McChesney, and Mrs Glenn Householder visited Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp in Algona. Mrs Clarence Martin and Mrs Delmar Fischer entertained the Mary circle Thursday afternoon at the Martin home. Mrs Emma Hurlburt had charge of devotions. Lunch was served to ten members. The Patsy circle was entertained at the A. D. Newbrough home with Mrs Art Priebe assisting hostess. Mrs Priebe read scripture and led in prayer with Mrs Roy Jensen in charge of the lesson. Lunch was served to 12 members. Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel of Ringsted and Mrs Woodrow Pettit called at the C. E. Householder home Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Stevie, Mrs Ruth Krueger and Eva Thompson the latter of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Newbrough home. Mr and Mrs Ben Marlow of Redfield, S. D. and Mr and .Mrs Ed AUers of Spirit Lake spent Monday with Mrs Lem Marlow. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich attended a County Rural Carrier and Auxiliary meeting at the S. E. Straley home in Fenton Tuesday evening. Miss Florence Yager wap a supper guest last Wednesday at the Frank Dreyer home. Mr and Mrs John Alke of Lakota were guests Friday evening at the Geraldine Radig home. Mr and Mrs James Long spent Sunday and were dinner guests at the Roger Long home. Mrs Elizabeth Herr of Algona is spending a few days at the Andrew Thomsen home. Mr and Mrs James Marlow were Sunday supper guests at the Marlin Bausman home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Judy, Joy spent Friday evening at the Blaine Saxton home. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Ethel McChesney and Mrs Amanda Pettit called Friday on Mr and Mrs Wm. Fischer. Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs and family were supper guest Friday evening at the Roger Jensen home. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Dean Jergensen and family of Algona spent the evening there. Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman spent Saturday evening at the Clarence Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Floyd Tabor, Mrs Alice Tabor of Madison, S. D. spent overnite Tuesday at the Herman Kramer home. Sunday for dinner the Kxaraflfrs were guests at .the Art Tabor home n«ar West Bend. The dinner was in honor of the birthday of Mrs Kramer's mother, Mrs O, C. Tabor of Humboldt.
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