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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bonjour tho Kenneth Minor home at May- and the Russell Dickenson family nard to enjoy a picnic dinner spent Saturday in the Rodney there, honoring the first birth- Brittain home at Frcdricksburg. clay of Uii:oks Miner. — •— — • — Mr. and Mrs. William Smejkal, Barbara Reese and William Shaffer of Cedar Rapids were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Reese. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles took his sister, Mrs. Ha/el Ras- rnusscn and niece, Jean Ann Cowles, to Waverly Sunday to visit a few hours in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Vierow and family. Patty Lambert came home Monday from the hospital at Rochester after being there a few days for treatment of a concussion and children, of Ifollowing a fall at their home. Mrs. Bonnie Klien — •— La Porto City, were Mrs. Mildred Miner accompan- visitors at the led Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings of Randalia, to Cedar Rapids Saturday morning to attend the wedding of Patricia McFadden and James E. Rederer at the Immaculate Conception Church. Mr. and Mrs. home, Sunday. and Delbert Streeter were entertained Saturday evening at tho Harry Randall home, honoring the birthday of Frank Randall. Mrs. Stella Paul rereived word that her brother-in-law, Walter Paul, died Tuesday, June 20. Burial was at Red Bluff, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burns and Roger, and Mrs. Ida Burns attended the annual Burns reunion at Eagle Point park in Dubuque, Sunday, June 25. Relatives from Waterloo, Fayette, Strawberry Point and Dubuque attended. In H)fi2 the reunion will be held at Inger park in Strawberry Point. home In honor of then parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langerinan's wedding anniversary. Larry Langerman's brought a decorated cake. -- •—• Mrs. Tena Keegan has been ill at her home, and under a doctor's care for about 10 days. Arthur Langerman, sni, , f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langcnnan nf Fayette, received his masters degree in Science of Education. June it from U. C. L. A. Frank Garcia Oelwein, and and sr:n, of out of town oy Lamphier Miss Faye McBride, Randalia, is spending this week with her great uncle and aunt, Mrs. Louie Sorge. The Wadena Wonder \\Vrkers 4-H girls joined the lllyria Clip- perettes Monday and boarded Mr. and the DeWees bus for a visit to the Watkins plant at Winona. Minn. There was a total of 41 who made the trip. Mrs. Raymond Jellings and Mrs. Keith Jennings were the chaperons for the Wadena Wn-nder Workers, who w< re Rita Jellings, Nancy Aklerson. Eileen Kuhens and Mary Beth Baldwin. They also visited other places of interest. Mrs. Hubert Cummini;s and daughter, of Minneapolis. Minn., are here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Moore. Mrs. Olive Boston, of St. Paul, Minn., who came tr: attend the alumni banquet, spent this week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bond, Sr., and Mrs. Eva Keifer home. '1 he regular meeting of Wadena Community club held in the school gym, Monday night. The business meeting was the called to order by President Krox. It was voted to give $10 to the library for new books or whatever they needed. The club also sponsors the swimming program, pays the bus driver, and oilier expenses. Tom Sniffin is driving the bus and about 20 children are attending. Selection:; rn the piano were playod by Janet Eriekson, Randy Ald- eiMin and Sally Frcy; Doyle Gage ; :iiu; a vocal solo, and there was . immunity singing. Tho program for July will be put on by the 4-H girls club. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Ilollings- worth i f Minneapolis, Minn., were dinner guests Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Ctilehrist KNCSS and Mrs. John Murray and two children, of Bluckfoot, Idaho, arrived Sunday for 12 days leave with his mother, Mrs. Madge Murray. Mr. and Mrs. James Raftis and family, of Dos Meines, were guests on Thursday in the Tom Flanagan home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sohlee and family, of Frseport, 111., spent the week end with Mrs. Schlee's mother, Mrs. Madge Murray. Other guests on Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Peterman and family, of Elkader, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman and family of Elgin. John Murray and family, Blackfoot, Idaho, who had spent a week's leave with his mother, left for home on Monday and Mrs. Murray went with them for a two week's vacation. SELL YOUH DOWT WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Mrs. Lee Jellings of Randalia visited Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ena Davis accompanied her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomas of Sum- ncr, to Elkader Sunday, where they attended the annual picnic r:f the Union Study club. Mr. and Mrs. Vaylord Maurer and sons, Dennis, Burton and Richard, of Waterloo, were Sunday guests of the Fred Maurers. Dennis was at the home of his parents on K ave from the serv- — •— ice. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alderson —«»-of Pontiac Mich., visited last week Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wood at the home of his sister, Mrs. El- spent the week-end in Minnes- canor Alderson. Miss Alderson s«la. will accompany her brother and Mrs. Mildred Miner and her mother, Mrs Ajnelia Voelker attended the funeral of John Pot ratz at Westgate- Thursday. sister-in-law to their home Tuesday for a visit. —•— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McNamer and family, of Iowa City were dinner and supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Ethel Clark. _ ^ . _ _ 'Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and Dennis were week-end visitors Mrs. Betty Serfling and daughter, Rose, of Oelwein, were weekend visitors in the Howard Rob srts home. Mrs. Bess Ash, of West Union, was an overnight Saturday and Sunday guest at the J. II. Herwig home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd June 24. Walters of Independence were Mrs. Allie Holtzman returned home Monday from a week's visit with relatives in Oclwoin. ^ M. H. Alderson and Roger Bowen have been attending a I wo weeks Seminar at the University of Indiana, at Bkwming- ton. Mrs. Bowen and children have been visiting in the home of her parents in the Chicago area. __ A ... t Dr. and Mrs. E. E. (.Jarbee returned last week from a business trip in the western states. • Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gallaher and family, of Albuquerque, N. M., are visiting in the parental Earl Gallaher home. ~~ • Mrs. Harold Earle attended the 47th wedding anniversary celebration for her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ostrander, at their home in West Union, Sunday. The anniversary date was of their daughter and sister, the also dinner guests Sunday Robert Johnsons in Marengo. Herwig home and in the Enroute home Monday morning noon all three couples, VJ HJ1 t^<_l^.llV_/i.T, VltlllVlAllllllIf .. . .-• Mrs. Vern Ash home in Oelwein. Langerman and family and Mr. . and Mrs. M. B. Samek and family in the after- along they called at the Harold Brown- with George Knos, visited in the ell home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Ray Ma*vin of Sun Val- The families of Don, Darrell gathered ley, Calif., visited four days last week in the Lloyd Marvin home. She was here to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Oldfather. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and family visited at the Merle Rhines home in Davenport over the week-end and attended the wedding on Saturday evening of Beverly 'Rhines and Richard Koos. Juanita White served as flower girl. Mrs. Stella Lund and daughter, Mrs. Vic Olson of Waterloo, left Saturday for a tour of the New England states and to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Louis Raether and family, of Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. "Barrel Arthur and daughters Darrah Lou and Lynda, of Oak Ridge, Tenn., visited from Monday night until Thursday noon in the Ray Arthur home. They were on their way home after spending a week at LaS Vegas, Nevada, where Darrel attended a Health Physics Society meeting and exhibition. _ _ Mr. and Mrs. John Voelker and Mrs. Emma Peckham of Wisconsin were visitors Sunday morning of Mrs. Mildred Miner. They a'coompanied Mrs. Miner and her mother, Mrs. Amelia Voelker, to Mr. and Mrs. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Langerman Mr. am at the Joe Langerman COMPLETE PROTECTION >MOllLl PUIUC TRUCKS PARM LIAIILITY ,, f INIRAL UAIILITY WdlKMIN'S COMPINSATION nnUTY AND SURITY IONDI ACCIPINT AND HIALTH HOSPITAUIATION 0«M«lty Underwriters ••• MOINIt, IOWA EM SCHNEIDER Insurance Agency WHOLESALE Feeds and Ingredients CWT. TON CUSTOMIZED FEEDS 16% Pig Starter - Grower $4.70 14% Pig Grower 4.20 12% Hog Finisher 3.70 16% Sow Feed 4.00 35% Hog Supplement 4.80 16% Chick Grower 4.20 17% All Mash Layer 4.10 20% Cafeteria Egg Mash 4.30 16% Dairy Feed 3.70 $90 $80 $70 $76 $92 $30 $78 $82 $70 INGREDIENTS CWT O. P. 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Scottsdale 24 HOUR BANKING SERVICE For the convenience of our customers, this bank has installed a Letter Depository, located at the northwest corner of the bank building. The Town Council has approved limited parking in the street which will provide easy access by auto to this depository. This will permit 24 hours service daily for making deposits or payments. Special envelopes will be available soon for your convenience. We invite you to inquire about and to make use of this service. 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