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2-Alflonq (la.) Upper De* Moines Tuesday, June 12, 1962 Visitors From Colorado At LuVerne Home LuVcntc — Mr and Mrs Jack Baker and Anita, Jack and Jill. Lamar, Colo., are spending a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer, Jr. Mr Meyer had surgery recently. The Jack Bakers spent a day enroute to LuVerne with Dr. and Mrs Jack Harris (former Lu- Verne Dr.) in Stratton. Neb. They plan to return home Sunday. They report that Dr. Harris and family are planning to attend the World's Fair in Seattle this week. and Mrs Herman iiinz of LuVerne left Thursday for Washington, D.C. where they will visit their son and daughter, respectively. Mrs Bowman will spend a week at the home of Mr and Mrs Norman Larimer and family, Mrs Hinz at the Mr and Mrs Grady Hinson home. Mr and Mrs Harry Frenz and Linda of Mason City spent Sunday and Monday at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Theodore Johnson. Twenty Ladies attended a housewarming Tuesday evening honoring Mrs Myron May at her farm home at Hardy. Mrs May is the former Karen Baer. Marlys Stille was in charge of the entertainment. Luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs Harold Meyer and LaVon Maass. Mrs Bertha Schipull returned home Sunday from Fort Dodgp where she has been a surgical patient. Fete Adventurer Here Attend Funeral Among out-of-town persons ai tending the funeral of Mrs Ruth i Ramus of Des Moines, held here recently were: Johnny Howell of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Henry Ristau of Gilmore Cily, Mr and Mrs Arthur Ristau of Algona. Mr and Mrs Rheinald Histau of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Lewis Wildin ,of Owatonna, Minn.. Mr and Mr. Dean Hahn of Mankato, Minn. Mrs Dean Bowman, Mrs Velma •Thorn and Mrs Wendell Jurgeson all of Algona, Mrs Charles Soren of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Lewis Peterson of Waterloo, Mrs Oscar "Williams of Bode, Mr and Mrs Gus Wagner of Freeborn, Minn ~tmd Mrs Lula Quinn and Mrs Flor- 'ence Wolf, both of Bancroft. ~ Mrs Allen Rudow returned home Sunday from St. Louis where she underwent surgery. The three small children of Rev. and Mrs Rudow were cared for by the Dr. .Norman Hesses at Renwick. - Mr and Mrs Charles Brown and 'family of Sanborn are visiting here -with distant relatives and friends, 'Staying at her parents, the Ernest ^Meyer home. George Jeffers will spend 10 days with his parents, Mr and Mrs -LaVerne Jeffers. George is attending college in White Water, Wis. ~ Lowell Thomas recently pur- "chased the Howard Stoddard home. The Howard Stoddard family moved to their farm in Carthage, So. Dak. Lowell operates tne Standard Oil Station. Vacationing at Mrs Clara Rogers home were Mr and Mrs Robert Griffith of Lexington, Ky. Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll had Mr and Mrs Charles Gunderman for (heir guests one day last week. '.The Gundermans are fro mAfi'n- neapolis. Mr Gunderman is attending Lincoln School studying for Lutheran minisitry. Georgia Barlon and Virginia plan to attend graduation exercises at Parsons college in Fairfield soon for Keith Jakotus, New CasUc, Wis. Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson and family of Rutland visited at Mrs Marie Stoddard's Sunday. Burt Auxiliary Names Officers For New Year Burl — Officers for the coming Club year were named by the nominating committee, Mesdames Bill Boettcher and Charles Scott at the June meeting of the Legion Auxiliary. Officers nominated and elected were Mesdames Clifford Holding, president. Ray McWhorter. vice president. Dorine Pettis. secretary. 0. H. Graham, treasurer. Glee Bullock, chaplain; Harlan Lacy, sgt. at arms. Gladys Hawcott. historian. J. L. .Miller. Nels Nelson and James Christensen, executive board, Dorine Pettis and Gladys Hawcott, auditing committee. The officers will be installed Ju\y 3. Poppy chairman Mrs Elsie Lockwood reported that S60.62 had been received from the sale of poppies. The sewing meeting will be held June 13 at th Hall. Son Graduates Mr and Mrs Ervin L'lses and amily and Roger L'lses. Omaha, attended graduation exercises at Trinity College, Sioux City, Memorial Day. The Ulses son, Gene, graduated from the Seminary receiving Magna Cum Laude and Suma Cum Laude honors. Gene will now attend St. John's University; at Collegeville, Minn. Athletic Program IXin Charlson, director of the- summer school athletic program announced the summer schedule this past week, the program began Monday, June 11, and will end Aug. :i. Swimming will begin June 1!!. tfvPCAMriPii'' Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Brones A well-known adventurer. Danny Liska. who recently completed a trip on motorcycle from northern Alaska to the southern tip of South America, and his wife were honored guests at a dinner party at the Johnson House here Monday evening, June 4. Mr .and Mrs. Nels Isaacson were hosts at the dinner. Liska, shown above svith Yul Brynner during shooting of the movie "Taras Bulba" in South America, showed many colored slides and told of his trip. Liska served as Brynner's double during the filming. He and his wife reside at Niobrara. Nebr. Guests at the dinner included Mr. and Mrs. Winton Medlar. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Salie, Storm Lake, Marlene Salven, Brill, and Mary Broesder, Phil Kinsey, Robert Schwendemann, Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson, all of Algona. Mr. Medlar is president of the Professional Photographers of America and Mr. Salie is program director of the same organization. Several other well-known photographers and their wives from other cities were also present. Women of St. John's Congregation spent several days this week giving the parsonage a thorough cleaning, readying it for occupy- ancy by the new pastor, Rev. and Mrs \Vm. Sheer and family who will come to Burt about July 1. Vacation Bible School at St. John's will close June 15 with a picnic. There were 72 children enrolled. Teachers were Pastor Vehling and Mesdames Walter Dacken, Robert Hanna. Billy Gif ford, James Woltz, Bert Miller, Eugene Meyer and Mary and Lois McFarland, Marjorie Baumgard and Rose Anne Madsen. Mr and Mrs C. B. Chipman ;pent Thursday with his sister. Mrs Myra Brown, at the I.O.O.F'. Home at Mason City. | Burt Cancer chairman, Mrs i Lance Riebhoff. has announced i that SITT.Iiii was collected in Bur: IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT 11 Sunday, the Arnold Ducr family wore dinner gcicsts of her mother Mrs John Loddcn, Esthervillc. An mint of Mrs Ducr, Mrs Martin Lmicle, Mankato, was another guest. Mi- and Mrs Ralph Walker and Dori attended a concert at Upper Iowa University in which Janet took part. May 27 and 28, Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and Mr and Mrs Harry Lund attended baccalaureate and graduation exercises at I'pper Iowa University. Mrs Elmer Alderdyce ( Reta Walker) received a bachelor of arts degree am: Dennis Lund received a bachelor of science degree. Friday afternoon callers at the Ralph Walker home were Mrs Albert Swanson, Mrs Ed Peterson, Pearl Dahl and Mrs Carroll Viland find Tcrri of Elmorc. nrville Rippentrop has finished s basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and has been spending a two week furlough with his parents, the Everett Rippcntrops. He was to report back for duly Friday. Mr and Mrs Arnold Duer and family attended the confirmation of a nephew, Dennis, son of the Leonard Duers at Ringsted. Mrs Gary Snyder came June 1 for a visit with her parents, the Harry Lunds. until they move to Storm Lake where he will continue his education, at Buena Vista College. Mrs Elmer Alderdyce and Sheri Kay returned home with her parents. the Ralph Walkers, from Fayf'tte where they will be for a short visit. Jeannctle Lisa, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Marlin Paul, was baptized at Armstrong, Sunday. May 20. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Ben Hatch of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Robert O'Green, Detroit, Mich, became parents of a daughter June 3. She weighed H pounds and is their second girl. They have three boys. Mrs Ida O'Green is the baby's grandmother. Recent visitors at the Joe Pros ton home were Mr and Mrs Marvin Boever and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Anderson and family, all of Esthervillc. Sunday callers at the Joe Preston home were the John Kelly family of Armstrong. Darrel Gabel and Miss McKlltric of Denver, Colo, visited for a week with his parents, the Martin Gabels, leaving for Denver Monday morning. Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Gabels in addition to the visitors were Mr and Mrs Burton Stanley, Pequot Lakes, Minn., Mr and Mrs Emil Christophcrson, Heron Lake, Minn. Mrs Elfrcida Leland and Mr and Mrs George Pearson. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Herman Gabel. Mrs Mervin Johnson and children spent Wednesday to Sunday with her parents, the Cecil God- fredsons at Humboldt. Mrs Johnson and children, Mr nad Mrs Cecil Godfredson and Mr and Mrs W. E. Stow, Humboldt, Mrs Cora Stow, Burl, and Mr and Mrs Che- Sill and boys, LuVerne, were dinner guests at the Bernard Phelps home near Titonka. Afternoon guests were LeRoy Phelps, Levant Moore and girls and Lcona Haas, Titonka. The William Gies and Elr'.on Links attended graduation for Alice Cole Friday evening at East Chain and were guests at the Willis Cole home. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link and Mr and Mrs Eldon Link and family and Alice Cole were Sunday dinner guests at the William Gies home for the birthday of Mrs Eldon Link. The Harold Carrs were Wednesday evening guests at the home of the Donald Koons at Esthcr- ville for the first birthday of their son, David. Sunday evening callers at the Mervin Johnson home were Mr and Mrs Charles Newell. Fenton Mrs C. F. Niesen, Tulsa, Okla.. came Thursday to visit at the Walter Hans home. On Friday, Mrs Niesen and a brother, J. E. Ukena, Lakota, were dinner guests at the Hans home. In the afternoon the two ladies visited a sister-in-law, Mrs J. E. Ukena, at Buffalo Center hospital and were coffee guests at the home of Mr and Mrs E. G. Jorgenson at Ledyard. SEXTON NEWS Mrs Everett Steven spent a nice afternoon visiting as she entertained her mother Mrs A. M. Genrich of LuVerne and her aunt, Mrs Blanche Shoemaker, Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs Steven and Craig recently spent Mo days at Iowa City again where Craig had a thorough check. They were relieved to hear his condition does not require surgery but he will need frequent medication for a number of years as he is allergic to a fungis growth carried in the air. Unsettled question of the week, does or does not that little boy running around town covered with red spots have the measles? Mrs Glenn Gabriedson has a good reason for not getting a thing done at home this week. She has been leaching Bible school all day at the Wesley Methodist church. Graduating exercises and a program were held Friday afternoon. Mrs Wilford Ward was part time driver for the week. David, Sharon, George, Dwayne and Jo Ann Hix and Ronnie and Jimmy Munson have been attending mornjng Bible School at the Presbyterian church in Algona. Debbie, Pat and Pam PeCoy have been going mornings to the Trinity Lutheran church school. Mrs Nell Ophclm and Mr and Mrs Bob Schumacher and Tona of Remsen spent Memorial Day at the Herman Wises. Mr and Mrs Slrother Wise came from Mason City. It may not have looked like it with all the cars at the store all day looking for him, but Mr and Mrs Mack Wise took off for a few hours, also. They had a picnic dinner at Clear Lake, where they were joined By Mr and Mrs Frank Wise and sons of Mason City. NEED PRINTING? The Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work al reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too small; no job too big. GO ON, MOTHER TICKLE DAD'S APPETITE THIS SUNDAY With A "Whopping Big" Father's Day CAKE Bilked fresh, bnkccl delicious . . . and with plenty of his favorite icintf and topped off with coconut, choice nuts and Father's Day decor of your wish. Just tell us his favorite cake taste . . . We'll do the rest. FOR DAD'S BREAKFAST • STICKY HUNS DONUTS COOKIES BEAR CLAWS • PAN ROLLS N'S BAKERY HAPPY PAPPY HINTS Ladies Aid St. John's Ladies i for the Cancer fund. ! Mr and Mrs Vern Shipler left Aid met at the ! Saturday for a week's fishing in Mr and Mrs Elmer Savage, j answcring^roll^call. 'Woodbine, spent a night at the home of their son, Mr and Mrs Dwight Savage and Danny. Mrs Martha Schneider left bv church June 7. with 21 members , northern Minnesota. Mrs Wilfred j Wolu is in charge of the store dur- Pastor Vehling led in prayer and . ing their absence, j scripture. He also was in" charge! Mr and Mrs George Lieninger j (jf the lesson. f»nd children moved Monday tc Mrs Eugene Meyer and Mrs ; their new home at Independence, i bus Saturday for Slater to attend George Koestler were chosen as ; The John Opiieim family moved i confirmation services for Don ( . 1( -'.' e ^ atcs l() "" Richardson. Martha visited ft- ttend the District i into the home \acaled by L.W ML convention at Okoboji. : Lienmgers. Mrs Ophiem is between bus All 8 1.2.:; Mrs R. Willrett was stops at her granddaughter's named alternate 'home in Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Dclmer Blankenhagen, Monday. The 500 card club was entertained in the Florence Pergande home Tuesday. Attending were- Amelia Hanselman, Alice Hinz The pot luck meeting scheduled for the first Thursday in July has been re-scheduled for August. former Bernadine Ste\en.s. R. A. Bleich has sold his home in Burt to Dillman Schwietert and sister. Mrs Lorena Roark. who will take possession .July 1. I'.uil llunihrrs The June meeting of the Burt Burt Co-Op Kle\a!or A demonstration was given by liobh> Madsen Plans were made for the annual club tour and picnie Lunch wai served hy Rnsi.'i»niie and Don Madsen. Tillie Stoddard, Dagmar ilanson Bombers 4-11 club was held at the and Cora Hippen. Dagmar getting high prize and Cora, low prize Luncheon was served by the hostess. Dr. and Mrs Bearsdley of I)e^ Moines 'former l.ivenuore I)r visited last week at the Geori 1 ,',: Barton home Mr and Mrs Victor Baumgartner and Vicki. Linda and Cind> speni Tuesday through Thursday in liomt Augusta. Wis at the home of her ^ l 'ie sister. Mr and Mrs Durwood Burtis. Mrs Hhoda Burtis of Sioux Falls, S. I) accompanied them enroute home to Blue Karth Minn, where she will spend a few days with her sister before return ing home. Mrs Loren Appenzeller. Mark Larry and Debbie of Cedar Fall.- gpent .several days at the home of her mother, Mrs Margaret Kngel JUr Appenzeller accompanied them here. Mrs F.ngel accompanied them home and enrouie usited Mi und Mrs Martin Larson at Web Sler City. Loren is enrolled 11. college in Cedar Falls Mrs Eunice Meyer of Add .yisiled friends ami rclatue.-, in LuVerne. She returned home Jucsday after spending a week here. Ernest Meyer Jr underwent •minor surgery Monday at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge He i.- reported as doing fine. Mrs Clara Wolf was surprised Wednesday afternoon when eight ladies came to her home to help her celebrate her birthday. The ] afternoon was spent renewing old friendships and visiting. Clara received gifts, and lunch was enjoyed at the close. Mrs Dean tiuvunun of Algona A person with charm is one who can make another feel that both of them are pretty wonderful people. Blue Hinls Met The Hurt Blue B;id- -I H < lulj held their June meeting al the f Jill S.'in'.h v >aj'ird,i\ Talk- giu'ii h> Jo Ann Acki-nuan and Valaiie Holding Demon slralions were presented hy Marilyn ('hei land Janice -\boas. < 'ar- ole \\ leaer and Jiil .Smith Ulane Person'-, mother was jjiu.si mother Mr and Mi- (.eorgc Becker accompanied Mr and Mrs I.yie Stow. Thor. and Mi und Mr-, DK k Dodds. Sionn Luke to < 'uiiada fi i Id days fishing in < uiiadian walci - DANCE TO THE SIX FAT DUTCHMEN BANCROFT WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 A message from BJUSTROM'S DAD HE MAY wear a five-year-old hat, his finger nails may need manicuring; his vest may hang a little loose, and pants may bag a little at (tie Imees; his face may show signs of a second day's growth, and his old car may carry a few dents, and he eats doughnuts for lunch, but don't you call him "' u - - 1 ' 1 " "the old man," He's your father BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVEflNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLVN J. BLAKE, UlRKCTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) For years he has been rushing around to get things together. Never once has he failed to do the right thing for you. He thinks you are the greatest boy on earth, bar none, even though you burn tires, wear smart clothes, smoke cigarettes, and fail to bring home a cent. He is the man who won the love and life partnership of the greatest woman on earth, your mother. He is "Some" man, and not "the old man." If you win as good a wife as he, you will have to go some, boy. Want to make him feel better on Father's Day? Here's a tip: A good RECLINING CHAIR will do the trick. See them at Bjustrom's. Large selection — easy terms — established in 19251 NOTE: DAD'S DAY - SUNDAY, JUNE 17 THE STORE WITH EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ! ! ESTABLISHED 192$

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