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Farm And Home Magazine Newspaper Archives May 27 1956, Page 8

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Farm And Home Magazine (Newspaper) - May 27, 1956, Albert Lea, Minnesota V Good cover photo mete Matic Bale control a full floating pickup adjustable wad Board precision knitters reinforced Bale chamber precision roller bearings Quot Good twine Means Good baling1 sturdy compact design exclusive pre folding action tailored Bales in any weight or sue gentle handing new Holland Baler twine Lerud farm equipment London. Minn. Mother of 11 children Baler just hitch and Bale it s that easy View Holland by to b y Bob Williams Wells a Good a Jig packages for Walter Stiernagle Niles West of new a couple of weeks Stiernagle gave Birl ii things come in or. And mrs. Who live 84 Richland. Ago. Mrs. To a boy. Young Ricky was no puny thing. The nurses and doctors at Wells municipal Hospital debated about its weight. Some guessed a Good sight pounds plus. Highest estimate put the boys weight at nine pounds Ana some ounces. A Shah a had mrs. Stiernagle a the d go Over to he did too. Ten pounds. Lei ounces. The boy measured 23 inches. La waft quite a Lam contest Between mrs. Stiernagle and the Hospital attaches. Mrs. Stiernagle an old hand at this sort of thing admitted site has Given birth to at least three other children who tipped the Scales at More than to pounds. And just to Sot the record straight us newest addition to the Stiernagle termly is number la. He has just oodles of Brothers Aud Sisters. And nephews and pieces iou. Of i p ,.fellows probably the lounge t Uncle around these parts. One of his Brothers Emmett is due Home soon from Guam where he served in die army. While there he and a girl naive of Guam were married. They have a Brand new son of die or own born on March 5, just a few Days be lore Uncle Ricky. Ricky s sister mrs. Roger even son of Waseca is the Mother of his other Nelfo w and a even son Bas a one a daughter and a three a son. They la have to say Quot Uoch when they address Kicky. While mrs. Stiernagle was taking it easy in the room upstairs a the service is wonderful several gels were putting pm a 4-h health demonstration Down on the first floor. A i Ary Lou Ste Vernier Barbal a Stern Melle Bishop Sandra Heath Joyce Niebuhr Jeannette Herman Juan Niebuhr and Penny Chi is first made then made off with a Nice Crisp tossed salad i hey were accompanied to the Hospital by mrs Erwin Brandt and mrs. Daniel Chi t of another first floor room the Wells Hospital auxiliary Beld an installation Mccune. Mrs Val Yokiel retiring president was in charge of the installation of Thi following new officers mrs Edwin Guilder sot., president mrs Clem Billington first Niece. Mrs. Year old year old mrs. William Linder and m r s George Wanzek executive Board members. For the ceremony each new officer lighted her Candle from the Florence Nightingale lamp held by Ann Jensen Hospital superintendent. Mrs. Yokiel presented her retiring officers with Bookmarks. Another highlight of the meeting was the announcement by mrs. Kenneth Kersting chairman of the nurses scholarship committee that Janet Zabel of Minnesota Lake had been chosen to receive the auxiliary a scholarship award. Mrs. Abel was introduced to the group. Delores Mary Staloch o f Wells is the alternate chosen for the award. Applications for the scholarship were judged by mrs Russel Hanson chairman of the nurses association at Benson. Mint she was assisted by six Lay persons in her Community. The Secretary a report was read by mrs. Emery Borwege and the treasurers report was Given by mrs. Ted Thisius. Annual report were Given by the president mrs Val v okie i. Mrs. William Seidlitz serving chairman mrs. Kenneth Kersting Flowers and observing committee mrs a. B Utzman hospitality and mrs. Ted Thisius. Treasurer. Mrs. Edwin Gunderson pre Idem and mrs. Clem Billington first vice president wore elected to attend Vine upper Midwest Eon Ferenee in Minneapolis May 24 a poem a Fin up girl a was read by mrs. Val Yokiel a film a girls in White a was shown by or. John Watkins aint or. R. I. Grays. A new Hospital bed purchased by the auxiliary was on display in the Hall and was demonstrated by one of the nurses a of in a review of the accomplishments of the auxiliary the past year the retiring president said the auxiliary paid for half the Cost of awnings for the East and West sides of the Hospital. The unit also purchased a Van Hite Hospital bed with guard rails for use at the Hospital 500 letterheads and envelopes for the organization 400 Pink Aud Blue placards for mothers i at the Hospital and a $100 nurse s scholarship award. Membership has reached 215. Lader the direction of mrs. William Seidlitz sewing chairman a Large amount of sewing has been done for the Hospital. A total of $438.23 was earned by the unit when they sponsored a food stand at the annual kernels party Celebration at Wells and $57.34 was realized from a silent auction held at one of the meetings. The ensure Community respond Hospital us guests. Outstanding speakers during the year included or. Allen Hodges and mrs. Lawrence Schoen of Freeborn both of the Souther Minnesota mental health Center at Albert Lea. Films have been shown by or. Mark Vir nig or John Watkins and or. R. J. 1 Gruys. After the meeting refreshments wore served by mrs. R. La. Rap pc. Mrs. Ernest Schroeder mrs. Victor Hausen mrs. Sidney Heath and mrs. Dave Singer. The refreshment table was entered with a bouquets of tulips and had min lure May poles at each end. Builds in his Mountain basement vice president mrs. Iiren my la donating tor the annual Yod ii. Second vice president mrs a. H it in an recording Secretary mrs. Ernest Schmo Edv corresponding Secretary mrs. William Heit Ner measurer in. Del Segar Shower for Tho Hospital. A total of 484 items were donated Aud there were also Cash donations a Christmas party was Beld with All nurses and employees of the de my ins wheat Ridge Colo liable Espinosa has 2s, loot Everest i Ute basement of Home. Esp Iusa s mountains Are Only scale models of course and they Are Sci icily a Hobby. He builds them of Earth starch Burlap and plaster paint. Hts scale of it. Everest stands seven feet High on a 15 x 18 foot base. Things sometimes come in of packages pictures on this Page shove activities at the Wells municipal Hospital a everything from the maternity Ward to the inst floor room where the live wire auxiliary meets. Top pictures show the auxiliary members As they posed for a picture outside the Lio Spital following install lion of officers recently and mrs. Walter Stiernagle with her Bland new son Kicky who was born with a full share of nieces and nephews. Other pictures show the newly elected officers of the auxiliary a group of girls giving a health demonstration Aud the superintendent of the Hospital showing a Wells girl the a Ray room the girl will take nurses training at Naeve Hospital in Albert Lea then return to Wells Hospital to work. Tribune photos a sul a i my y. A a cover picture a one glance it this picture will Tell you who a rnoo4 making Pocze to be Day. The Critter atop the Haystack has the Best Vantage Point anyway. The picture was taken at a Farn South of Albert Lea. Tribune photo. Fri of my

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