1 Tuesday, April 10, 1956 Lone Rock Votes Switch To Dial Phone System Lone Rock — Members of the T.oue Hock Co-op Telephone Co. hero Wednesday evening passed » resolution authorizing the hoard of directors to proceed •with a plan to change over to" a vlinl system. Mannser Don Hoiitk said the change over will involve line repairs, .some ne\v line construction, it-placements of phone and dial switehin« equipment. Creamery Meeting The annual meeting of the F'armors Co-op Creamery at J^one Rock will be held in the Lone Ruck Presbyterian church parlors Thursday. April 12. with dinner being served at 6:30 p.m. Dean Barnes. County Extension Director, will be the guest speak- ri and a film will be shown. L. V. .Johnson is the manager. Circle Meetings Circles will meet April 19th, Thursday afternoon at the following homes, Patsy with Mi-s Ralph Hammerstrom and Mrs Selma Hammerstrom assisting. Mrs W. J. Cotton will be in charge of the prorgam. Esther circle will meet with Mrs Clinton Rath and Mrs Dave Weber will assist. Mrs Roger Jensen will have the program. Mary circle will meet with Mrs Frederick Schultz and Mrs Albert Shaser will assist. Mrs Delmar Fischer will be in charge of the program. Son For Bierles Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle are the proud paionts of a son born last Tuesday. March 27, at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He has been named .lames Allan. Senior Class Play The Lone Rock seniors will present their class play "Fuedin Over Yonder" Wednesday. April 11. with a matinee at 2 p.m. and in the evening at 8 p.m. Admission will be 25e-35c-50c. The Lone Rock P.W.O. met Thurdsay afternoon at the church parlors with 32 members and four guests. During the business meeting a motion was made to raise the thank offering which is to be given at the Presbvterial. April 17. at Fort Dodge. Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs Herman Kramer were appointed to purchase bowls and cookie plates for use in the kitchen. " Mrs Lawrence Rath was appointed to buy a note book for the kitchen to be used by various serving groups. It was also mentioned that the P.W.O. is getting low on disli towels and a contribution would be greatly appreciated. Mrs Clarence Martin h a d charge of the nursery this month and Mrs Ronald Christenson will have charge next month. Hostesses were Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs P. M. Christenson, Mrs Delmar Fis- CAR BMY-OF-THi-WPIK 1955 BUICK HARDTOP EVERYTHING ON IT! Smart Red and White - Model 46R Brand Spanking New White Wall Tires < ^, f ^^^ v ^^.^^miK&immm^m^m^ . •.. If You Wish To See and Drive This Car During Evening Hours, Phone 395-J and I Will Bring It To You. We Always Pop For The Coffee here's «ho» Watch For Our Big Grand Opening ANNOUNCEMENT In This Paper Next Week ! chcr. Mrs Fred Dransfeldt, Mrs' Milton Mndison and Mrs.,Leslie Johnson. Mrs Frederick Schultz had charge of the program. Sunday, Mr and Mrs George Kissner'entertained the following at dinner: Mr and Mrs Les Ticman and Mrs Margaret Kissner of Fenton, Mr and Mrs John Kissner and family of Burt, Pauline Kissner and Harry Thill of Algona, Mr and Mrs Isadore Besch and family. Malt Fehr and Ruby Zaugg, all of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Albert .Schmidt of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger vis- ite.d Theo. Krueger and Clarence Theesfield, Wednesday evening at the Fairmont hospital. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper called Thursday evening at. the Erich Seegebarth home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Tyler of Omaha, Neb., ;md Mr and Mrs G. A. Shiirp of Algona spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Amanda Pettit. Mrs F. W. England who has been visiting at the E. M. Jensen home left Thursday. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona, Mr and Mrs Will Cranclle of Long Beach, Calif., Mr and Mrs Norman Painter of Los Angles Calif, spent all day Tuesday at the W. J. Cotton home. Mrs Maude Blanchard and Mrs Jack Quinn and Mrs Frank Flaig w e r e coffee guests Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs Ruth Krueger in observance of hei birthday. In the evening Mr anc Mrs Hiram Ackerman and family and Mrs Louise Trunkhill of Burt called at the Krueger home. Mrs Lawrence Geilzenauer spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs C. J. Stauder at Bancroft. It was Mrs Stauder'g birthday. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich attended the funeral of Mrs Mary Behnke at Livermore, Wednesday afternoon. Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Skank of Burl called at the Genrich home. Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Floyd Richards of Blue Earth, Minn., and M. O. Richards called at the C. E. Householder home. Orie Hurlburt of Fenton visited there Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Stanley M. Howe and son Tommy and Mrs F. W. Englund of Muscatine, Iowa, spent the weekend at the E. M. Jensen home and also attended the funeral of Hans Jensen. Easter breakfast was ,served to 37 Youth Fellowship members Easter morning in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, by the following mothers: Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Roy Jensep, Mrs George Long, Mrs Merwin Marlow, .Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Don Houck, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mis Leslie Johnson, Mrs Leo Ramus and Mrs Dave Weber. Rev. and Mrs Clifford E. Nordine and Mrs Wm. Schrader who are the' leaders, -were also guests. Dinner guests Sunday at the Marvin Marlow home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips of Algona, Will Gifford and. family, Billy Gifford and Brian, Pershipg Marlow and family, James Gifford and family, Lawerence Pres- tus and family. Friday dinner guests at the Ralph C. Thompson home were Mr and Mrs Wallace Thompson and family of Walnut Creek, California. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and Mr and Mrs Harold Angus held a farewell dinner last Thursday evening at the Gerald Angus home in honor of Rev. and Mrs August Post, and family. Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Angus home were Mr and Mrs Roy Guy and family and Mr and Mrs Louie Braam and family of Renwick, Mr and Mrs Leonard Collins of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Jack Guy and Mrs Emile Guy of LuVerne, Mrs Bob Chantland and family of Backus, Minn., Mr and Mrs Roger Anderson and family of Lexington, Neb., Mr and Mrs Grant Gerling and daughter of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Bob Oberman and family of Columbus Junction, Mr and Mrs Chas Clement and Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona and Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Tonie of Burt. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Tena Jensen were Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, Mr and Mrs Orville Deardorff and family, of Yale, Mr and Mrs Otto Jensen of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen and family. Mr and Mrs Orville Deardorff and family spent the weekend at the Roy Jensen home. Sunday afternoon callers at the C. E» Householder home were Grand Champion Bull Blood Descendant Kossuth Herd Grand Champion bull of the National Polled Shorthorn Congress at Columbus, Neb., Alauna Proud Viking, is pictured above. The animal sold for $1,000. The entry was of unusual interest to an Algona man. Ken Seely. The Seelys were partners for five years with Earl S. Girton, at a farm near Vinton. Iowa. The' partnership was dissolved March 1, 1955, and the Seelys moved back, to Algona. The Shorthorn herd was divided between the partners, the Seelys bringing their portion of the herd to the Seely farm in Plum Crek township. The grand champion entry was calved March 21, 1955, from a cow in the same herd which had, however, gone to Girton. In other words, the blood ancestry of this grand champion is now on the Seely farm here, and only by a quirk of fate the prize winner was entered by the Vinton partner. Pictured above, left to right, are James Adams, Dothan, Alabama, president of the National Polled Shorthorn Society, presenting the ribbon to Earl Girton, while< William Anderson of West Liberty, who showed the animal, looks on. Girton is a. brother-in-law of Harvey Thompson of Burt;- cloy in Algona spending the clay with her sisters, Mrs Otto Smith and Mrs Leona Baker. The senior class of St. John's high school and Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donncll and Mr and Mrs Phil Sheridan spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they attended the Ice Follies. They spent Monday as their annual skip day. Mrs Bess Peterson, Mr and Mrs Orland Peterson, and Mr and Mrs Wayne Ankeny, Blue Earth, left Friday for Minneapolis, where they will attend the wedding ot Geneva Peterson, Saturday. Miss Peterson is the daughter ot Mrs Bess Peterson. A . large group attended the Baptist Guild meeting at the Anderson home in Burt. A group of eighth graders spent Thursday evening at the home of Merredith Bergman where they celebrated Merredith's and Janice Ferguson's birthday. Games were played and a lovely lunch was served. Work is in progress here to prepare a park area west of the Bancroft Memorial Park behind the McGuire - Lattmier homes. Kenneth Ditsworth and his crew are leaving down all the trees and leveling the grounds. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mathsen and family from Minneapolis spent the weekend here visiting friends and his mother at Swea City. The local homemakors met at the Bancroft Public School. Tuesday, April 10. Mrs Dean Kienitr. and Mrs Leander Menke were in charge of the lesson "New Fabrics, Their Use arid Care. Richard Garnum has been hired as the new body man at the Kemna Motor Company. Before coming here Mr Garman was employed at Pocahontas and has also worked at Coon Rapids. Mr and Mrs Garman and son are and Jonathan, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Susie, Peggy and Butch and Mr and Mrs Ralph Riedel and Ciu-tis. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna Haqna V e r e Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Junkmann home at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Fuoss home in Whitternore. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family spent Sunday at tfce Delbert Blanchard home at Spirit Lake. Supper guests Sunday evening at the Ben Schmidt home were Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Pat, Kim and Susan, Lila Schmidt and Bonnie Riebhof. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus, Linda, Larry and John were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of his mother, Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona. Mrs Margaret Lynch called on Mrs Owen Berhow, Tuesday afternoon. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich spent at the Berhow home. Sunday the Berhows were guests at the W. M. Rotterman home at Elmore, Minn. Leon Marlow, student of the University of South Dakota at Verrnillion, spent the weekend with his parents, the Eldon Marlows. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Junior Hur.1- burt were Mrs Emma Hurlburt and family. In the afternoon they all called at the Albert Shaser home. Mr Shaser recently returned home from the Estherville hospital. Miss Donna Zumach was a supper guest at the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs R. E. Morgan, Mrs H .E. Morgan and Henry Douglas all of Algona and N. L. Cotton were dinner guests Sunday at the W. J. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan called at the Albert Shaser home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie Jo were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Rath home in Algona. For supper Mr and Mrs Weisbrod and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and daughter, Mrs F.ree- love Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn and David Osborn were supper guests at the Clarence Osborn home. Mr and Mrs A. H. Kenning of Ames visited Saturday at the E. M. Jensen home and also attended the funeral of Hans Jensen at Ringsted. . Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family and Mrs Maude Blanchard were dinner guest's and spent the day at the" Chet Alrne home at Otlosen. Mr and Mrs II. K. Drown of Dos Moines spent the weekend at the Jess Blanchard home. • Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel of. Swea City, Mrs Clara Marlow •of> ; Burt were Sunday dinnwr ;guests at the Erich 'Seegebarth home. In the afternoon Mrs Marlow and Mrs Seegebarth visited Mrs C. E. Householder. For supper Mrs Marlow and Mr and Mrs Seegebarth were guests at the Richard Bristow home in Laverne. Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie Jo were guests Monday evening at the Walter Thompson home. Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck culled at the- Wegener home.. New Arrivals 6 At 3 Bancroft Homes in Week Bancroft — Mr and Mr.s Don' Shillington are the parents of a son born Monday at Holy Family hospital. Mr and Mrs Donald Arnclorfor are the parents of a daughter born Friday at Holy Family hospital. Mr and Mr.s Ralph' Simons are the parents of their first child, a daughter born recently at Si Ann hospital. Mrs Nellie Lupin spent Mon- living in the F. X. Wilhelmi apartment. A stray bullet wounded Allen Mr and Mrs Hnrlan Blanchard Maassen, 17, TTumboldt youth, during a hunting expedition recently. The bullet passed clear , through his body, entering the 'chest about two inches above the heart. famous Quints Invife You to Enter Their AYNE $10, "NAME OUR CONTfST l"l 'H» needs « Name!" 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