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Anniversary Picnic Mr and .Mrs William Baker ,observed their fortieth wedding anniversary Sunday, May 15 'at the Ambrose • Call State park. Seventy-five relatives^and friends Were present and arrangements were made by the children, Merlon Baker, Mrs John Schultz (Dclores), Mrs Harold Presthus (Gloria) and Mrs. Gene Hchd- Hckson. (Gwen). •. " '• Thp, four tier cake was mado by Mrs Presthus who also made the decorations, rod roses beinf used. Out of town guests were from Mankato', Minneapolis, Elmpre. Blue Earth, .Fairmont, Minn. Garden" City, Fort Dodge and West Bend. Mrs Baker alsb celebrated a birthday Sunday, May 25 and had her children and families ai .guests. / Miss Toll Honored A miscellaneous shower was given for Judy Tott Saturday evening at the' Wm. R. Kuhn home. In attendance were Mrs Julius Tott, Mrs- Victoria and daughter Jackie from Mason City, Mrs Don Will and Mrs Larry Strayer from Fort Dodge, Mrs Don Strayer from 'Bancroft, Mrs Kenneth Strayer from Hurt and the following from Algona — Mrs Clark Godden, Mrs Wm. C. Kuhn, Mrs Kenneth Garmon, Mrs Dwaine Lighter, Mrs E. M. Richardson, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs Lawrence Hutzell, Mrs A. A. Sterling, Helen .Passmore, Mrs Ira Kohl, Mrs Wm. R. Kuhn and Cindy and Mrs Paul Richardson. Mrs Ralph Richards assisted with opening of: the gifts after which" lunch was served with Mrs Kenneth Carman pouring. Miss Tott will be married to Dave Richardson June 11 at the Wesley Methodist church at Mason City. Townsend Club Meels / Algona Townsend Club mei May 24 at the A, M. Anderson'? for a memorial service and regular meeting. The memorial service honored 261 deceased mem bers since the organization of the club in 1939. ' Janipe Danielson opened the memorial roster .and Mrs Chester Willey 'read the names therein. Mrs Wilbur , Holdren w a s named program r chairman; I was voted to confer the title o: honorary secretary on Mrs Arn old Lallier, at present ill, in lowz 1 City. A .< •' '• '•*'•'. '• « : -J =. The nexfe m'eetWg 4s4lM be on Tuesday .evening, June* 14, at the. home of Mrs Margaret Hauback Following the business session all enjoyed games and lunch Prizes went to Misd Janice Dnnielson and Mrs Chester Wil ley. U.P.W. Circles The U.P.W. Circles will meet Thursday, iu'ne 2, as follows: — Circle A with Mrs Earl Miller assisted by Mrs Paul McNeill, and Mrs Charles Pierce, Program by Mrs Willard Gregson. — Circle B with Mrs R. W. Wallace assisted by Mrs Fred Geigel and Mrs Sar-* ah Geigel. Program by Mrs Fred Geigel. -*- Circle C with Mrs Katherine McMurray assisted by Mrs Harold Sabin and Mrs Mattie McWhorter. Program by Mrs Alwin Huenhold. — Circle D with Mrs Arthur Krause assisted by Mrs Perry Phillips. Program by Mrs Claude Ruark.^ Family Picnic Mr and Mrs James Whittemore and children were hosts at a family picnic Wednesday at Call Stale Park. In attendance were Mr and Mrs O J. Whittemore Jr., and children Donald, Bonnie and Julia Ann, of Princeton, Mass., Mr and Mrs J. B. Whittemore, Jamie and Heather, Mr and Mrs O. J. Whittemore, Sr., of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs John Kudron, John, Lpr- een and Stephanie, of Clear Lake, and Mrs Helene Fassbender, mother of Mrs James Whittemore, Fort Dodge. The picnic was given in honor of O. J. Whittemore Jr., whom the family had not seen in seven years. Carole Gronbach Is Band Qufeen Of Twin Rivers •spring Luflcheorr' he annual spring / luncheon j St. Ann Auxiliary was held May 24 at the Algona Hotel, the ollowing women won, prizes: door prizes, -Mrs Irma Btfnkofske, Pat Taylor, LavonV Lewellyn, Jean Hemmtngseri, Nelda Finn and Mrs Ernest Logue; bridge, «Mrs Vernice Cash,-, high, Mona O'Connor, second high, Pat Hohs- bruch, low; 500, high, Katie Vipond. Mrs Joe McFarland and Mrs 3 at Larson are activity- chairmen 'or the year. Allend Convention Those who plan' to attend the Royal Neighbor convention at Estherville, Friday are Mrs James Allen, Mrs Esther Benson, Mrs Bea Baldwin, Audrey Frye, Atha rlardgrove, Mrs Clarence Hunt, VIrs Oran Hudson, Mrs Henry Johannsen, Mrs Paul Lemkee, Mrs Louis Lynk, Mrs Lewis Marshall, Mrs Frank Ostrum, Mrs Ben Potter, Mrs Elizabeth Post, Sandra Skilling, .and Mrs Nellie Van Allen. ' , Mrs Becker Honored Mrs Martin Becker was honoree at a party given a week ago Saturday, evening at Mrs Leora St. John's in observance of her birthday. Others attending were Mrs Alice Clayton, Mrs Alice Ditsworth, Mrs Atthur Jackman, MnJ Bessie Jones, Ida Peterson, and Mrs M. H. McEnroe. Canasta was played and high,and low score prizes were won by Mrs Clayton and Mrs McEnroe, respectively.' Farewell Courlesy The Friday'; Morning Coffee Club gave a farewell dinner at the Chrome for Dorothy Evans, who with her husband Jack, is moving to Peoria, 111. Mr Evans has been an instructor in the schools here. In attendance were Nettie, Etherington, Agnes Finley,-Nellie Kern, Kathy Klein, Hilda Meyer, Sadie Funk, Hazel Schneider, Zita Fosnaugh. Ellen Manser' is a member but was hospitalized. Luncheon Thursday The Methodist : W, S. C. S. will meet;Thursday,.June 2, for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs Tom Sampson and Mrs Robert Schoby are chairman and co'-chairman. There will be installation of officers and new circles will be announced. Carole Gronbach will be Miss Twin Rivers and a candidate for MiSs North Iowa at the Band Festival June 14. A senior, she was chosen by the band. She is" active as a cheerleader, mem her of GRA and in vocal music including the girls trio, glee club and mixed chorus. She was queen at the Band Day at Algona and •Homecpming Queen. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs H. G Gronbach, Livermore. 43 New Vehicles On County Roads New car and truck sales con- tinued to boom in Kossuth County during the past two weeks. A total of 43 new vehicles were registered ~at, the county''£&&* surer's office during the peMod. Owners of new vehicles are: Chevrolet ,— H.. F. Schtltz, Swca City; Tit&nka Telephone Co.; Welp'iJ Hatchery, Bancroft; C. E. Nordine, Lbne Rofck; Vivian Butterfielfl, Swea City; Mary Flaig, Lone Rock; Francis Bunting, Algona; Brayton Qilbertsort, Ledyard; Frank Fisher Chevrolet, Titonka; Quaker Oats C6.. Algona; Marion Hyihk, Whittemore; L/ G. Heysr, Titonka- Johnson Produce, Swea City; D. J. Duffy, Algona; E. E. Hbuse, holder, Algona; Clarence Kraft, Lone Rock; V. L: Jensen, Swea City; and Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co,, Aljgona. : Ford — S. E. Tryon, Titonka; H. E. Rachut, Burt; Nels Nelson, Lakota; N. R. Buenger, West Bend; F. C. Yates,, Tltbnka; Seldon Straley, Fenton; Milton Jorgenson, Swea City; Swanson Bros.; Swea City; Dwight Seaberg. Wesley; and' Kenneth R- Belsth, Algona. CMC — Morris Quarrt, Swea City; and Bradley Bros., Algona. Studebaker — E. W. Vigdal. Algona; Jand Florence > or David Hammer; Bode. ' • • • Biiick — A. H. Meyer, Whittemore; F. L. McMahon, Algona Bernard Frartkl, Algona;* and James Egli, Algona. , Rambler — H. E. Bode, Algp- na; and Paul Warner, Wesley. Dodge — Les Kenyo'n, Algona and M. B. Stecker, Titonka. Ponliac — Ernie Williams P-C, Algona. Olds — Edward Bormann, Bode. . , Mercury — Ben G. v Studer Wesley. . UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Ronnie Lihde To Be 4-H Host Ronnie Linde, son of, Mr and Mrs Roger Linde of Swea City, attended an interview for State 4-H officer candidates at Iowa State University, Thursday. He was accompanied by his parents, club leader, Cecil Thoreson and Robert Johnson, county extension associate. The interviews were conducted by members of the State 4-H Club Staff and present state 4-H club officers; 18 outstanding members were interviewed from candidates nominated by 61 counties. All members interviewed will be invited to atten'd boy's State Short Course June 14-16 and assist as hosts for the counties. John Dake of Qentral City recently suffered severe burns about the face and arms when a camping lantern exploded. Dake carried the burning lantern out of the tent, suffering severe burns while doing so. Tuesday, May 31, I960 Algona (la.) Upper 0«» Molne«-3 ' • j pllllWIli^ BAKERY SPECIALS Entertain Guests Mrs George Kohl and Mr and Mrs Ira Kohl had as recent guests Tim and Betty Harrington, children of Mr and Mrs Robert Harrington, Des Moines. The Harrington! have for the past one year •and eight months made their home in the Phillipines. The decision to return to the states was due in part to the health of Mrs Harrington. They have Purchased a home in Des Moines and Bob is associated with the same firm he was before leaving. The family spent the Memorial weekend here. Plan Potluck , The Irvington Homemakers club met May 18 with Delores Schnakenberg, assisted by Mildred Brown. Plans were made for a picnic to be held June 15 at 12 o'clock at Irma Benschoter-s. A pot-luck dinner will be served. Each attendant is to bring an old or new member as well as members of their family. Dorothy Raney and Dora Weber gave the high lights of the recent chartered bus trip to Minneapolis. - Mrs Spechl Hostess . Mrs William Specht entertained her bridge club Thursday. High score prize was won by Mrs John Hopkins. Lutheran Women The Women's Aid Society ol Trinity Lutheran church will mee TtiuJsdajs, June -^Hqsjesfees; will If^irfllwald-Voii-t, Mrs Kate Wegener, Mrs Ben Wibben and Mrs George Wildin. . First Baptist Ladies The Missionary Fellowship of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday afternoon, June 7. Hostesses will be Mrs Mabel Richardson and Mrs Mattie Steven. Mrs Amy Geering will have charge of the program. Hosts Coffee Mrs Dick Meyer entertained at a coffee Friday morning. Guests were Nettie Etherington, Agnes Finley,. Sandie Funk, Zita Fosnaugh, Nellie Kern, Kathy Klein, Hazel Schneider and Janet Burris. Dessert — Bridge Mrs Julian Chrischilles entertained her club members at a dessert-bridge Thursday evening at the Algona hotel. High and second high score prizes were won by Mrs Jim Kolp 'and Mrs Don Hemmingsen, respectively. Hold Reception Mr and Mrs Leo Steven held a reception Thursday evening follow the graduation of their son David. Thirty-five guests were present.- Sewing Club Hostess Mrs Lenore Hiltz. entertained her sewing club members Tuesday afternoon. Sewing Club Met . The 'Thimble Club" met Monday afternoon with Mrs Al Spongberg. Birthday Club Met The "Happy Birthday club met Friday afternoon with Mrs Howard Platt. Must Replant Corn The Swea City area has been hard hit by the excess rainfall of the past few weeks A lot of corn will have to be replaced mostly due to- drowning out. Most farmers in that area say that the corn they got planted before the rains started, now has from one-fourth to one-half oJ it under water. They are of the opinion it will be easier to star' over'and replant the whole fiele rather than try and replant the drowned areas. LIQHTNING Lightning struck the television antenna on the Harold Rider farm near Farmington recently Mr Rider was on his fron porch adjusting the aluminum combination storm and screen door when the bolt struck. H was knocked down and moment arily stunned. The celebration of Labor da was inaugurated by the Knight of Labor in New York City in 1882. TREASURE HUNT DAYS SUNDAE SPECIAL A REAL SIZZLER! REGULAR SUNDAE 20c SECOND SUNDAE _______ 5e Tax 25c Ic ONLY 26c ••:•;-• '•'. Friday and Saturday'— June 3-4 HANK'S DAIRY CREME 'On South Phillips St. Algona TREASURE HUNT AT HOOD'S No. 2 Can Native PIE MIX Cherry, Raisin, Apple 4 for $ 1°° ALL FLAVORS KOOL AID 3 for 10* HOOD'S SUPER VALU COFFEE CAKES each CUSTARD RHUBARB PIES LEAH'S BAKERY ALGONA Treasure Hunt Super Specials RECORDS 78 RPM 5c Ea. 45 RPM lOc Ea. 78 RPM Albums — ,$1.00 Ea. Long Play 33 1/3 RPM $1-00 Ea. SWANSDOWN Chocolate - Yellow - White CAKE MIX 79 Reg. Pkgs. Home Made — Fresh Ground HAM LOAF............. Lb. 49c HAM PATTIES.... Lb.49c FAREWAY STORES INC. NEW ZENITH STEREO PHONOGRAPH WITH 10 STEREO RECORDS $223.70 VALUE Sale $159.95 • • '. .•.;".' ; ' • ; Used f.vT$65:Ob Fri. & Sat. Only Kossuth Radio & Electric Television - Radio - Records - Sales - Service EXTRA SPECIAL Don't Miss This Special DANA STICK COLOGNE 20 CARAT, TABU AND AMBUSH REG. $2 VALUE $| 00 COMPLETE LINE OF LUCIEN IE LONG COLOGNES - PERFUMES STICK COLOGNE AND BOPY POWDER Price HONSBRUCH DRUG Treasure Hunt Days Only I 99c HOUSE BROOMS SEW. EACH PICNIC JUGS 1 Gal. Size Glass Lined With Spout BARBECUE With Hood & Electric Spit $16' CULLEN HARDWARE mi IBB iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ "" ALGONA AUTO SALES "Treasure Hunt" "SPECIAL-OF-THE-WEEK" 1956 FORD V-8 Here is a honey of a car with a special price tag on it for two days only — Friday & Sat- = urday. It is a two-door with m cream and green two-tone finish, extra clean, good rubber, straight stick and radio. ALGONA AUTO SALES West Of The Courthouse WATCH SALE Men's Waterproof Watch. 17 Jewel, Waterproof, Shockproof. Lifetime Mainspring. Sweep Second Hand. Regularly $29.95 •i --•—- — -|-- 1 — «$19 95 COPPER OR BRASS WINDOW PLANTER Special For Treasure Hunt Days Only 59 WILTGEN JEWELERS SUITS IDEAL FOR SUMMER AND EARLY FALL PRICE CHRISTENSEN'S ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER

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