October 4, 1960 &lg<ma Tax Refunds To 11 From Area If They Are Found When Uncle Sam wants to give refunds to taxpayers, but cannot find them, that is indeed news. The Upper Des Moines happily cooperates. The Internal Revenue .Service wishes to -refund money to the following from this area: Algona — Robert Fnrnslrom, .Robert Hassor, Robert Levier. Corwith — T. ,1. and B. M. Am- October 4, 1960 dorter, B. J. Bonnstetter. Gail Skelloy. Bancroft — Leona Hellman. Tilonkn — Kent Rippenlrop. Woden — F. and M. Saathoff. Rake — Cilra Ryg. Falls In Home Ringsied — Mrs Manno Peiter- sen, the former Ellen Wilberg of the Seneca and Kenton urea, is in traction at Holy Family hospital following a fall in her new home Friday. &nc -suffered injuries to her nock when she fell from a step ladder while hanging curtains. Class Ofieers AtLoVerneHigh Are Elected Class officers for the LuVerne Community high school for the 19GO-6I school year were recently elected as follows: Seniors: Collyn De Nio, president; Paul Gilligan, vice-president, Bonnie Brislow, secretary and John Schade, treasurer. Juniors: Linda Clark, President; Dean Gjerstad, vice-presi- dent; Sally Prior, secretary and Anne Crete Hjelmeland, treasurer. Sophomores: Shari Ramus, president; Dale Kubly, vice-president; Linda Bristow, Ireasurer and Tim Blumer, secretary. Freshmen: Dean Trauger president; Carol Ristau, vice-president, Sharon Heinkel, secretary and Randy Gregory, treasurer. YAWS They grow sweet potatoes big in Shelby county. Billy Wigg, Marian, dug a 3M> pound and a 2'/i pound sweet potato from his garden recently. Army Wants 12 Men For Special Recruit Squad Plans for a special enlistment project to enlist H group of men from North Central Iowa for duty with the U.S. Army forces in Europe, were announced by the Mason City Army Recruiting Office today. United Stales Army Recruiters SFC Robert Teeter and Sgt Robert Ehmke have received spe- cial Department of the Army permission to onlist 12 qualified young men from this area that will be known collectively as the "European Sightseei Squad", and to have the actual enlistment of the group conducted in special ceremonies in Mason City Oct 25. This Group Enlistment Plan, guaranteed in accordance with Department of the Army policy, allows the men to take basic training together, and later presents outstanding travel opportunities and first class vacations in the Old World during off-duty and vacation times. The limited number of spaces (1'.'2) allotted Mason City recruiters m this Special Enlistment Ptan necessitates processing applications on a first come, first served, basis, until the cut-off date. Oct, 22. Applications will bo accepted at the Mason City Army Recruiting Station. Room 204 Post Office Building. Mason City! Mrs Wilfred Radig and children. Mr and Mrs Harold Gross. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs LeRoy rtenricksen and family of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Glenn Berntson of Paulina were Sunday carters THE GREATEST SHOW ON WORTH HAVING AN FRIDAY - OCT. 7 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. EVERYONE IS INVITED TO COME AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE LATEST FROM CHEVROLET. WE'LL HAVE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS, TOO, SO DONT MISS OUR PARTY. COME EARLY AND STAY LATE. FEATURING A OP THINGS YOU'VE ASKED FOR Come see the car your ideas helped shape... Chevrolet for '61. You asked for trim new size and Chevy's got it, The 1961 Chevrolet is slimmed down all around to make handTng and parking easier. You asked for more room to get in and out, so every door of every new Chevy is wider and roomier for '61. And the seats are more nearly chair height for more comfortable seating. There is a wealth of new features (parallel-action windshield wipers and 5-position ignition switch, for instance), plus the traditional quality of Chevy's Body by Fisher Altogether/they make Chevrolet for '61 THE GREATEST SHOW ON WORTH' Visit our" gala Announcement Showing of the complete line of 1961 Chevrolets ' NEW SIZE CLEAN NEW STYLE NEW COMFORT GREAT NEW CHOICES INTRODUCING THE 1961 CHEVROLET BISCATNE 6 UMttPrictd, Npvlar MWuCfcwy THE NEW 1961 ( Now a Complete Line ol INCLTJ - ; « ': • T^^^T;. ; -i ING FEATURING such, standard equipment extras as foarri cushioned front seat, dual sun visors, two arm rests, safety door locks and locked glove box. Biacarne ?g alto available. ___ • pav * mtid proof! And the Corvur » the reaAy thrifts Aad for 1961, the new Lakewood WO and Mt SHUTS WAGONS WHATEVER LOOKING KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SOUTHWEST OF THE COURTHOUSE MOONA Merrill Marlow Of Lone Rock Wed Sept. 17 Lone Hock —- Judy Staiert. daughter of Mr and Mrs Klmrr Staiprt of Fonda. \vns given in rmirriaeo by her father to Mer- ril.1 Marlow, son of Mr rind Mrs M/r-rwin Marlow of Lone TW'k. 'Yhr double ring ceremony was solemnized by (lie Rev. J. J. Howley in a morn ing ceremony in the Our Lady of Good Council church at Fonda Sept. 17. The attendants of the bride were Marjean Staiert and Carolyn Staiert. The gi-o«nVs attendants were Kearn Marlow and John Jaksick. Ushers wore James Marlow and Henry Staiert The bride was attired in n gown of chapel length. The train was Chantilly lace and tulle. The portrait neckline was softly scalloped and set with irridescent sequins. Full length sleeves of lace and a bodice emphasized the full skirt of lace. Side peplums were formed of row upon row of tulle and lace. The bridal gown was of pleated lace with tiny seed pearls and rhinestones. She wore a fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a colonial bouquet of white mums with matching streamers of satin. The reception was held following the ceremony. Mrs Faber Dugan and Mrs Albert Rieff poured. After a few days trip to Minnesota the couple will be at home at Omaha, Neb. The bride graduated from the O. L. G. C. high school and attended Tobin Business College in Fort Dodge. Merril attended Lone Rock high school. New Grandson Mr and Mrs Dick Mittag of Alameda, Calif, are the parents of a son born Sept. 16. The baby has been named Daniel Durwood and weighed 10 Ibs., 6M> oz. Mr Mittag is stationed with the Navy Air Force there. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf of Lone Roclj are the maternal grandparents, Mrs Donald Blanchard attended Elementary Teachers Conference, at Ipwa._State_ Teachers college at Cedar Fans. -. Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven were weekend guests in the Donald Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan and Mrs Maude Blanchard were guests in the Alfred Schultz home at Ottosen. They honored Tim's 9th birthday. Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs C. W. Heerdt, Mrs Earl Ackerman and Mrs Gertie Ackerman went "to Kanawha Friday and honored their aunt Mrs Kate Trainer. Mrs Trainer celebrated her 80th birthday. A coffee party honoring th« birthday of Mrs Tena Jensen was held ii| the Frank Flaig home Monday. Ladies present were Mrs Milfora Mitchell, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Eric Seege- barth, Mrs Fern Krueger and Mrs Roger Jensen. Mr and Mrs Donald Houck attended an REA telephone managers and bookkeepers meeting in Des Moines last week. Mrs H. A. Holmgren spent Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs Francis Howell at Rutland. Lawrence Walsh entered Veterans hospital in Des Moines Wednesday of last week. Mrs Walsh is staying with her husband. Mr Walsh was to have x- rays Monday and further observation. He will undergo surgery Wednesday or Thursday. Mrs Bernard O'Donnell, Mrs Hugh Walsh and Barbara, Ann Marie, Jean and Kathy called on Lawrence Walsh in the hospital at Des Moines. . Mr and Mrs John Behrends were Sunday callers in the Carl Ewaldt home at Algona. Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt were Sunday callers in the Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt Sr. home at Fairmont. Sunday guests in the Lawrence* •' Newbrough home were Mr and Mrs Duane Christensen, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce, Mr and Mrs Laverne Smith and A. D. Newbrough. Mr and Mrs P. J. McGuire of Burt were Sunday callers in the Jim Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer were Sunday callers in the Amanda Peterse.n home at Armstrong. Nancy Fischer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer, enrolled at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt were Sunday visitors in the Frank Dreyer home. Mark Geitzenauer was a Wednesday evening guest in the Ro* ger Jensen home for Jensen's birthday, ..Mrs A, fc, jackmtn and Alice Ditsworth of Allpn* Sunday c»U«r» i n fh»WJ I Knoll home.
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