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6—Alqono (la.) Upper Des Mbines Tuesday, April 3, 1956 Two Real Estate Deals In LuVerne During Week LuVerne — Mr and Mrs John | Stnmpka have purchased the home of the estate of the late Mr and Mrs John Tiede. They will move their family of three children, two daughters and a son there later this spring. Conrad Len?. sold his home just south of the Lutheran church to Carl Reddel. Mr Reddel. a bachelor, has moved to occupy the new home. Mr Lenz, 90 years of age, makes his home with his son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Edward Lenz. His health is good considering his years. Card Club Surprised The Friendly 500 Card Club surprised Mr and Mrs Cecil Jol- lifle Monday afternoon on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. The self inviiod guests brought the refreshments and a purse of money was presented as a gift. Mrs Lichiy Hostess Mrs Harry Lichty was hostess to the Birthday Bridge Club at her home Tuesday evening. There were no birthdays to observe. Mrs Kenneth Sorensen was a guest substitute player. At play, honors, Mrs C. B. Huff. Mrs Hugh Shirk and Mrs Arthur ler. W. Dim- Undergoes Surgery Peter Blumer undervvent surgery in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Wednesday morning. Mr Blumer has been a surgical patient there the past six weeks. Taken To Hospital Mrs E. B. Thomas was taken by Hiake Ambulance to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday evening at midnight for medical treatment. Mrs Charles Hefty and new son John Ray are now at theii home southeast of LuVerne. The baby was born March 21 and weighed seven pounds and eleven ounces at St. Ann hospital Algona. They have a year old daughter, Debra. Mr and Mrs Gerald Herbener of Mason City were Easter guests in the Mr and Mrs Arthur W -Dinner home. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Walter Lenz, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Fred Lenz, Winnebago, and Mr and Mrs George hartwig of Austin, all .in Minnesota, spent Monday assisting their father, Conrad Lenz, as he disposed of his household goods as he sold his home recently to Carl Reddel. Mr and Mrs Jerome Stripling and children of Iowa State Teacher's College, Cedar Falls, were Easter weekend visitors in the homes of their mothers, Mrs Jessie Stripling and Mrs Glenness warper families. Mr and Mrs Albert Helmke of Livermore visited Tuesday in the home . of Mr and Mrs Frank Moeding, Sr. Easter weekend guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler were their daughters, Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane of Ames, Mrs Vera Andrews, Mark and Donna and Don Irey of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley and Dawn of Fairfield, Iowa, spent the Easter weekend in the >"ime of her father, Phil C. Lichty. Mr and Mrs Gus Wegner pf Freeborn, Minn., were Monday overnight guests in the Charles Hinz home. They were enroute to their home from Omaha, Neb., where they had gone to attend the confirmation for their grandson, Roger Schultz. Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen of Webster City were Monday visitors in the Aksel Nielsen and iMi bager homes. Mrs Larson, Mrs Nielsen and Mrs Bager are sisters. Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty of Greene came Thursday for the Easter weekend vacation in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty and Marie Kay. Mrs Edmund Vorland and baby son, Eugene, of Clear Lake, spent several days the past week in thp home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen, and Donald. Mr and Mrs William LittleJohn left after school Thursday for the Easter weekend vacation with his father, M. B. Littlejohn at Washington and with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Long, in Ottumwa. Mr and Mrs Thorlwald Michealson of Minneapolis, Minn., visited Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen. Mr and 1 Mrs Nels Jensen, their daughter, Mrs Merlyn Bahmann, went to Echo, Minn., and attended the funeral of Mrs Andrew Jensen, sister-in-law of Mrs Jensen. Mrs Clara Rogers whp has spent the winter months in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack Lewarne and family in Fort Dodge, is now at her home here. Miss Florence Hof of Cedar Falls came Monday and attended the funeral serviqe for her cousin, Mrs Laura Wdilo in Algona. Miss Hof was an overnight guest of. Esther Merkle. Mr and Mrs Orville Hoveland and children of Kanawha were Sunday visitors in the home of her father, Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen and family. Easter Brings Students Home At Swea City Swea City — Easter holidays were the occasion for out-of- town visits by students and teachers, and homecoming weekends, for tho.se teaching and studying elsewhere. Esther Charlotte Smith, supervisor of vocal music in the elementary schools at Charles City, arrived Wednesday night for a five-day stay with her parents. Mr and Mrs Walter G. Smith. Elizabeth Bell, freshman at Creighton University in Omaha. Neb., came Wednesday for a week's stay with her parents, Mr and Mrs Bob Bell. Dick Dahl, Luther College freshman, arrived Wednesday from Decorah to spend the holiday recess with his parents, Mr and Mrs M. W. Dahl. Don Johnson, also a Luther student, came to the parental Raymond Johnson home. Teachers in the Swea City schools left for their homes in nearby communities. Mr and Mrs Wm. Lyle went to Sioux City to visit his parents and the Erling Rasmussens drove to Exira for the weekend. The Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer had three of their children home from college, including Se- Dell and Ronald from Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, and Henry, dentistry student at State University of Iowa, Iowa City. Others in the Cedar Falls group are Jim Gardner, Betty Schwartz, Rita Godfredsen and Cheryle Torino. From Iowa City came Jim Harner, John Sanft- ner, Charles Griffith, Ronald Peterson and LeNeir Emerson Bill Christensen, Coc College freshman, came from C e d a i Rapids to be with his parents, Mr arid Mrs Wm. Christensen. Vaughn Uhr, student at Bethel college, St. Paul, Minn., is at the parental Selmer Uhr home. Don Funderburk came from Iowa State college at Ames; Barbara Mino from Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Kenneth Peterson from Upper Iowa at Fayette: Carol Miller, Shirley Stenzel and Marlene Carlson from Waldorf Junior college at Forest City; Alan Peterson and Gary Gabel of Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., and Don and Lorraine Youngquist of the same school spent the weekend at iome. Lorraine Youngquist, senor at Gustavus, has been doing practice teaching in the primary grades at Albert Lea, Minn., and will return there for two more weeks before resuming work on campus. Her fiance, pre-seminary student Richmond Anderson, who iad spent the fore part of the Easter recess with his parents in Cedar Rapids, was to arrive Sunday to visit his fiancee and her parents, the Rev. and Mrs A. M. Youngquist, enroute to St Peter, Minn. Another Gustavus Adolphus student, Margaret Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson of rural Swea City, spent the vacation in Rockford, 111. Arvin Ditsworth, recently assigned to the U.S. Navy, has been sent to Great Lakes Naval Train- ing station near Chicago, for boot training. Mi's George K. Nelson spent the week with relatives" at Forest City. Mrs C. J. Applequist is recovering at her home after suffering a broken shoulder in a fall last week. She was hospitalized at Estherville for two days following the accident. Air and Mrs Floyd Trent have returned to Swea City after an extended visit to Balboa Park, Calif., and will vi.sit relatives here until time to open their summer resort at Cross Lake, Minn. Mission Aid of Immanuel Lutheran church will meet April 5. Mrs Reuben Holcomb will lead the k-sson, devotions are in charge of Mrs Oscar Peterson and Mrs Claude Johnson will furnish music. Hostesses are Mesdames P. A. Holcomb, Frank Bentele, Win. Brock. Earl Kvamsdale, J. P. Peterson, Linus Peterson, John Nynian, and Walter Schmicking. The Luther League will meet Thursday evening,. with Norman Oilman, Ruth Ann Pehrson and Roger Madsen on the menu com- nittee. Bancroft Woman's Rites Held At Mason City Bancroft— Word was received of the death of Mrs Clara Sell erf, Mason City, daughter of Mrs Elizabeth O'Dell. Funeral services were at Mason City last Thursday afternoon. Mrs Scherf was born here 37 years ago, was a graduate of Bancroft Public School, and since her marriage has made her home in Mason City. - Besides her husband she leaves two young daughters, her mother Mrs Elizabeth O'Dell who has been caring for her daughters' while she was ill, and three sisters and one brother. Attending the services from here were her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Harry Looft, Mr and Mrs E. J. O.Dell and Mrs Alice Barslou. Students home for the Easter weekend were Marlene Ferguson, Karen Antoine, Mercy hospital of Des Moines; William Schiltz and Robert Mulligan, Loras of Dubuque; Joann Kennedy, St. Cath* erine's of St. Paul; and Bill McGuire of St. Tnomas in St. Paul; Lola Meyer, Briar Cliff; Patrick Mulligan, Dianne Welp and Virginia Bradley, State University of Iowa; David Wilhelmi, Campion Jesuit High School, Prairie du Chein, Wis.; and William Droessler, of St. John's in Col- legville. Mr and Mrs A. M. Schrandt are the parents of a daughter born Friday night at Mercy hospital in Mason City. This is the fourth child fof- the Sehrandts who have two sons and one daughter. Mr and Mrs Albert McCarthy who have spent the winter in Texas returned to Bancroft Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Henry Lampe ami family left for Cedar Rapids Friday to spend the weekend with their daughters there. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arlifis and Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr of St. Benedict spent Easter Sunday at the home of Rosalee Dorr in Mason City. Jack Garry who is teaching at Xavier High School in Dyser- ville, Iowa spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs T. D. Garry. Mr and Mrs Perry Torino spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson in Fort Dodge. Alice Long who is employed nt Ranker's Life in DCS Moines spent the weekend at the home ol her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Lung. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fifch Mrs Herbert Nelson and Randy left early Friday morning with Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen on a trip to Wichita, Kan. to visit the James McColley family. The MVColleys observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Mis Nelson and Randy and Mr and Mrs Michaelsen returned home Monday. Herbert Nelson, Linda and Barry were Sunday dinner guests at the Elwood Nelson home. Mrs Ray McWhorter returned home Saturday evening, after a few day's stay at the St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs McWhorter are looking tor their daughter Barbara and family Sunday lor a few day's visit. They live at Hanover, Indiana. Mr and Mrs Thees Schnakenberg and family of LuVerne spent Sunday afternoon at the Frank Becker home. Mr and Mrs George Becker were Sunday evening callers. Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach and family of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the C. L. Young home. The Loebachs and Youngs were afternoon and supper guests at the' Edclie Kains. Mr and Mrs Fred Davis drove to Laurens Tuesday to visit Mr •Davis' parents, Mr and Mrs A. F. Davis. Mrs Davis' parents, Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney of Burt accompanied them as far as Ruthven where they visited a nephew, the Hubert Campneys. On the way back, Mr. and Mrs Davis alsci spent the evening at the Hubert Campneys. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson, Mr and Mrs Vefle Nelson, Larry and Reggy were callers at the Herbert Nelson home Thursday afternoon. Mrs flay Fitch and Mrs Victor Filch visited Mrs Hay. McWhor- student ler Monday afternoon and also at the Frank Becker home. "It's not the work I enjoy" said the Cab driver, "It's the people I run into." ST. JOE NEWS Paul Michael Grilles, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Gales Jr., was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo. C. Schumacher. Roman Gales and Mrs Maurice , Laubcnthal were sponsors. Virginia Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, a Rummage Sale! Methodist Church Basement Saturday, April 7 8*30 to 11:30 a.m. Coffee & Home Baked Goods Will Be Served METHODIST W. S. C. S. nurse in vSt. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge underwent an emergency appendicitis operation in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Tuesday. 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