LuVerne Legion Auxiliary Has New Officers LuVerne — Installation of officers look place Monday even- Ing, July 18 of the Legion Auxiliary unit with Mrs Allen Blake, installing officer: president, Mrs Jack Guy; vice president, Mrs Frank Gronbnch; secretary, Mrs Earl John; treasurer, Mrs Guy Giddings; chaplain, Mrs llalph Davidson; sergeant-at-arrns, Mrs Walter Engel and historian, Mrs A. W. Dimler. Mrs Bert C. Ramus made corsages which were presented to the new officers. Mrs, C. C. Anderson, the former Blanche Godfrey, Wausa, Neb., was a guest. Mrs Dimler was hostess serving refreshments Three Hospitalised William Stoddard is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs E. C. Marty entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge Sunday nooa for medical treatment. Fred Hinz was in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge for a mc• dical check-up. Condition Improves Mrs Charles Hir.z and son Lester visited Sunday with Mr Hinz, patient at Veteran hospital, DCS Momes. They report he is favorable following a stroke. Mrs' Fay Harmon, sons, Gordon and Lowell acocmpamed tnem. Have New Daughter Mr and Mrs Marion Larson of Hardy arc parents of a seven pound, two ounce daughter, tibrn July 10, in Lutheran hospital Fon D^jdgc. Mrs Larson, former Nancy Will, is daughter of G. M. Will and the late Irene Will. The other grandparents are Mr and Mrs Loyd Larson of LuVerne. Host New Minister The congregation of the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church werx; hosts Sunday evening at a kitchen pantry shower honoring the new pastor, nev. Allen Rudow, Mrs Rudow, Laurie and Mark. Cards were played for entertainment. get her year old niece Sh'crl Lynn Blanchard for a few^days. Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen joined their son, Mr and Mrs James Jergensen and family of Chicago at Woodruff, Wise., for some fishing the y^si. wecK. Mrs Ray LamoiX of Blue Earth, Minn., came Saturday and look her sister Mrs Julia Pergande back with her, where she will visit some time with their mother, Mrs Margaret Schwab. Guests Thursday in the Henry Kubly home were Mrs Emma Kubly, Mrs Cora Bu'rk, Rcnwick, and Mrs Lester Smith, LuVerne. Mr and Mrs henry Kubly, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marly attended the funeral of Mis 'George Bron- Ifewe, 84, mother of Mrs A. A, SchipuU, Friday in Clarion. Mr and Mrs E«win Marty, her parents, Mr and Mrs -Henry Kubly visited Sunday in Randall with their daughter the Jtidean Wclthn family. Clarence Blanchard and Vern- cva of Grand Junction came Monday to visit his sister-in-law Mrs Charles Hinz and Lester. George Bronleewe of Clarion 1 is now at the home of his daughter, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull. In advance years, he is not able to live alone. Mrs Bronleewe died recently. j The annual summer picnic of the Ladies Aid Society was held Thursday on the lawn of the Zion Evan. Lutheran church. Pot-luck refreshments were served with Mrs Jessie Stripling, Mrs Hugh Shirk and Mrs Jerry Stille, committee in charge. Mr and Mrs Harold Traugef, sons Dean and Daryl and his father, Guy Truugcr, visiting here from Riverside, Calif., left Tuesday for Salina, Kansas, to visit their sister and daughter, M/Sgl. Robert Bierma family. Enroute home they will visit their brother and oon Merlin Trauger family near Brookfield. Mo. Mrs Jessie Sanford rcturnra Sunday from a ten day vacation. While away she visitt-d her sisior Mrs Nellie Olson at Ellsworth, sister-in-law Mrs Grace Sam i Central City; Mrs Gladys SatUT. Clear Lake; nittr, Mrs Myrtle Harrison, Enunetsburg. She also visited with her daughter the Irvin McGowan's. Clear Lake. Her family at the McGowans Sunday were-' the Francis Sanford family, Badger, the William Chantlands, For. Dodge, James Trauger's, Liverrnore and Milton Wilhelm's LuVerne. Canasta 8 were guests Tuesday evening of Mrs Duune Neal with guest players. Mrs Charles Hanselman, Jr.. Mrs A. W. Dimler and Beth Neal. Pri/.es, Mrs Hairy Liclily. ' Mis fhms :imnn and iYir.< S. A. Baker. The postponed circle three meeting of the WSCS was held Wednesday with Mrs Chester Sill. Guests were r.Irs Kate Barton and Mrs Harley Will. Mrs Guy Giddings led devotions, 1< s- son, Mrs Percy Brink. Mrs Raymond Nelson presided. They voted to have a b;iK';d .Hoods sale Nov. 8. The Missionary Guild met with Tuesday, July 26, 1960 Knimn Krause Wednesday Devotions, Mrs Christina Niel.son They voted $5 for care packages. Poi-luck refreshments were served. Attending National f! u a r d training at Camp McCoy, Wise.. July Hi to 31 from LuVerne aiv Monte Toohey, Hiehard Groti- bach, Vernon Hanselman. Dale Larimer. Eldon Myer and Donald Larson. The Comrade Sunday School Class met Thursday evening with Ki nnetli Miuty presiding. LuHia i Hl'imer led devotions and pre- Aigontt t'o.) Uppftr 0es M«n«f*l| m atn» sented the. h'ssort. i^ r 4 »t Hu-narcl Wolf had the en&rtat ni'Tit and hosts were Mr 1 Mrs Harry NafOWjor. j The LuVernc 1 Comst'ory" .. , met. Mrs Lix./.ie Bumrnrl, Futtott, i Mo., was a guest. Mrs MenW PciK.'iudo presided. Mrs Katj| I P.arton had chaise of garrieft i Hosts v.-i-i-f Mrs Bertha SchipuU, Mrs Jessie Stripling and Mrs Charles Hin/. ' > Mr and Mrs LeHoy Hanselman spirit four days recently on a lishing excur.sion 01 Cftsu Lake, M inn. GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW l«iM»iiiiiiiiiiiiiim«^ Bradley Bros. South Hotel AlgoM Form Machinery — Trucks — Tirts Family Get-Together Mr and Mrs Henry Marty had all their children and grandchildren home Friday. Rev. and Mrs Howard Marty family of Kalona, Mrs Eddie (Vera) Link and children of Genoa, 111., Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty and children, Lc Mars, Carroll Marty and son Gary on the home farm and Marie Kay at home completed the family getrtogethcr. Absent were Eddie Link and Mrs Carroll Marly confined in Lutntran hospital Fort Dodge. Maw MM - Ollvat Mataer-HartU Allla-Chalmars OMC Truck* FlrMlem TiM Phone CY 4-2421 AlgoM iiniiiniwuiiiiiiiwmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuu. =L'H Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK Builders' Hardware Tools SIOUX Tanks 8e Cribs N. of Jcl. Hwys. 18 & 169 Algona - CY 4-4369 Attending Camp Attending Camp Guest, Lake Okoboji, youth oi' the LuVerne Methodist church for a week are Suzie Blake, Connie Sanford, Linda Nelson, Nancy Brink, Dawn Lindebak, Dean Trauger, Ronald Trauger, Bill Wolf, Roger Gregory, Raridy Gregory. Mrs William Goelsch will be their instructor. Special Program The Summer Christmas Tree was presented by the boys and •girls fellowship assisted by their leaders, Mrs Melvin Marty and Mrs Donald Hungate at the meeting, of the W.S.W.S. Thursday. They led the devotions and presented a film. Mrs Fred Merkle presided at the business A pot-luck picnic was enjoyed in charge of the committee, Mrs" Paul Blumer and Emma Krause. plllllllllininllUlllillllllllllllllllliN Ernie Williams FBI.U Machinery ft Fin* AutomobilM John Deer* Stor* — Pontiac • Cadillac John Daara Btora en Diagonal St. at CNW Tracka — Phona CY 4-3M1 Pontlac - Cadillac iQaraga at Bhow- • room en Wait State •I.— Phona CY 4-ttll , iitiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester D*al*r FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales ft Swvic* D Mr and Mrs Fred Kruse received word of the birth of a seven pound daughter, Dorothy Lis, born July 6 to their daughter, Mr and Mrs John McDowell, Brownwood, Texas. Mrs McDowell is the former Dorothy Kruse, M/Sgt and Mrs J. E. Cochrane and children, Amarillo, Texas, were weekend visitors with his unices and aunt Peter, Fred and Luella Blumer. Mr and ,Mrs Phil C. Lichty, Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty and their sister, Grace, Lichty left Thursday for Manitoba, Canada to visit their sister, Mrs Beatrice Lichty Harrison, und family. Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings visited his sister Mrs John Lenertz in Wesley and his aunt apd uncle Mr and Mrs Mike Koppen in Whittemore Friday. Mr and MrsxH. J. Langbehn 01 Marshalltown were ^visitors Sunday with their daughter Mr $nd, Mrs Allen Blake and family. They came to celebrate Suzie Blake's, 13th birthaay which was July 13. Mrs Carroll Marty entered Lutheran hospital, fort Dodge, July 12 for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll accompanied by his mother arid sister, Mrs Mary Carroll and Lucille Carroll of Aljgona spent the day Sunday visiting in Win- ncbago, Minn., with relatives ok the C^rrolls. Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins and girls visited Sunday in Des Moinej? with his 1 mother, Mr and. Mrs Mark Miserote. Mrs Leslie Calkins and girls n RCA Frawan at Alt-CondHloMM Peon* CY 4-JS01 Algona Algona R6FRIGERAT1ON IIIIIHIIIKUIIllHIIIIHIIIIIIIlllllllllllf oration TELEVISION Town and Country ALGONA NEIGHBOR '* l ^^^*^*S^f*is-*s~*s*<s-^^^s-^r\^~^r*-r<^^^^s-^s**s f ^^ V^vx>^^v^^_^srf-^^N.^^^^>^^V^^^N^^j-N^i-^v/^.^^j-v^v^- JOE BRADLEY IMPLEMENT IN ALGONA "We Serve Your Neighbor, May We Serve You ?' Joe Bradley Implement, pictured above, is your complete headquarters for farm machinery; passenger, truck and tractor tires; farm and commercial trucks and machinery repair, plus many Bradley, has recently become under the sole ownr many years was operated by Joe and Walt Bradley, has recently become under the sole ownership of Joe Bradley. Among the many major lines handled by the company, located just south/of Hotel Algona, are Stan-Hoist, Firestone, M\n Chalmers parts, Oliver, Massey-Fergusdn, GfftC Trucks, Butler Bins, Winpower, Speedy, Continental Beltpn Co., and Meyer Elevators. Joe Bradley Implement performs a number of services for area farmers, a recent addition to these services being hay conditioner rental. A complete, up-to-date machinery and truck repair shop is ready to service any and all of the equipment sold, and friendly service is always found. TOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Meet John Origer WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A COUNTRY NEIGHBOR ^..,.« 1 .i.,...U..M.- UU i«i J .i-..« John Origer, shown here, is this week's country neighbor. Arid one distinction he has, certainly, is the fact he has lived m the same home all his life. A son of the late Mr end Mrs Nickolas Origer, John has spent practically all of his time on the family farm, three miles northwest of St. Joe. For more than 40 yesrs, Mr Origer farmed ths place, but now a third generation of Origcrs has taken over operation of the layout. .They are Gregory and Marvin Origer, sons of the John Origjrs. The elder Origers relired from active operation of the farm two years ago, but still occupy the house on 'the farm with their son, Marvin, and daughter, Mary Jane, The other sor, Gregory, is married and lives on a 'farm two miles west and a mile north of the home farm. The boys farm .three-fourths of a section at the present time. They specialise in the same type of farming their father followed i, wfyen he was active, They have 200 acres in corn, 175 acres in beans and 40 acres in oats this year, They also raise hogs and at the present time have 150 housed at the farm. Mrs John Origer is the former Esther Butlemore of West Bend. They were married Jan. 28, 1929 at West Bend. Both Mr and Mrs Origer enjoy a good card game and are very pleasant neighbors in a well-known area full of nice folks. luiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir Irons Heating & Plumbing -Cowpl«)*ly Equipped TO ••»»• You ^•^^™PHm OM «r Beecher Lane Appliances • Th» FAMOUS NAMES Gr**t You" IB TELEVISION Admiral - Sylvaala WtcllngbouM !• APPLIANCf I s iRobihson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction For size, 5tr.en.gih, Jong life and ,ea$9 of building, insist on — SIOUX — Another advancement in easier farming. E. E. Robinson EpsJ On Hwy, 18 Phone CY 4-3374 Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT Near Milwaukee Depot - Algona We Aim io Pleat* f 'fSfssssasm///wa'Aiw////0///s///rs/sss//sj^^^^ Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of H»-*dware • Houscware* • Tools • Bldg. Supplies Phone CY 4-4630 ALGONA Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei • Sargent Faada • Fertilizer , . * New Holland ALGONA FLOUH* FEED CO, " Baler* * • Ferguicn Tractora Phone CY 4-2701 Algona 'iiinraiimiiiiiuiii Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline — Kelly-Ryan — Papec • Salei • Service • Friendly fc Cpurieoui Always N. Main St. Phone CY 4-3451 Taylor Implement Co. and Taylor MERCURY Fin* Can and a lull «»• Pi Haw aa* Utad *»r« Machinery j. i. ca*f-M*rcwrr Kawanoa Phone CY 4-2W7 Algona Algona And Kossuth County Neighbors Work Together For A Better life.
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