:* f •-.,* • -v .._. cSitio The Cresco Mothers and Oaugh srs club met* wed. March" 11 with Mrs Ben JPottif, assisted by Nell Potter Officers were elected i°r the coming club year. Mrs LarrtiM Welteffiiorf WM; elected president,.'Mrs "Douglas ' Wildih* vice president, Mrs Harold Sabin, Secretary and Mrs John Simon ' Treasurer. Mrs Douglas Wildin and Mrs , Clifford Riebhoff .were Ss gue'St speaker, Don 1 Potter, who Spoke on, Special Education, Which Was very interesting. Mrs Vivien Berdahl was a tfftit"* **•April meeing will "be held < home of Mrs John SimO: .Mrs Joe Buscher assisting. Hosis* At Cards ' 'Mr and Mrs Don Armstrong entertained at a card party -last ' W,eek Thursday evening. Guests' Were Mr and Mrs" Eart:Arrnstr6ng> Mr and Mrs Homer Klin'e, Mr * and Mrs James Lemkee, Mr and Mrs Ivan Parrott/ Mr and Mrs C. Mueller,, Mft.'and 'Mrs Robert , Reidel.and Mr^and-Mrs'^Al Sinclair. High ScorjE r prifce rwas won ' by Mr and Mrs Kline. uMr and Mrs Earl Armstrong Won the low score.'prize, and -the' travel prize went to Mir and Mrs Lemkee. Birthday Honors Harold Smith observed a, birthday anniversary Sunday, March 15, and 1 was joined at birthday coffee and cake Saturday afternoon . by his sister, Mrs Frances Rutledge. Sunday' afternoon . guests were Mrs Smith's brother and sister-in-law Mr "'and Mrs Harley E. iHanson and supper guests were her son and daughter- in-law Mr and. Mrs Elyin Ray Moore and little son,Gary, of,Lu-' Verne. - *•= ^ Women's Club Program :' ,, '' ^ The Women's Club'met Monday evening in the Farm Bureau i rooms and the following program was presented. Folk songs by group, 'accompanied by . Mary Staudt on the auto harp. 'Flutfe solo by Miss 1 Staudt. Talk on "Education-.in Iowa Schools," by Mrs Fred Erickson., Talk, on work in the schools , for benefit: of handicapped ; children " by'' Don Potter. Paper on the Spirit Lake Massacre by Mrs "Margar,eti-Hof- master. , ••*• •'•; '- •' - t- ''•* '.' Margarei;Uli, 10 >. • Mrs James Utt gave a party Saturday afternoon honoring the tenth " birthday of her, daughter, Margaret. Guests'were Patty McGuire, Mary Ann Ostwinkle, Virginia^Sifert, Cindy Reding,.Donna Henien, Sharon Nelson, Jody Whipple,. Jean Robinson, _ Mary Beth Sturba and Patty ,H6lacek. Dinner guests at noon were the grandparents^ Mr and Mrs Merle Roberts, Nora Springs, and Mr arid Mrs Gail Roberts, Mason City. Patty Balluff, 9 * . • .Patty, daughter of Mr;and Mrs George Balluff <was nine yearg old Friday and in celebration entertained little friends at, a' slumber 1 party: Guests were~ Kathy Chrischilles, Virginia Deal; -Beverly Knudson, Debbie Laws Phyllis Moulton, and Marne Parrott. ' Family . M¥s Mafy^Seiler family supper; Saturday at the hofne til her soft, Juliity and family al si Beftedlct .The supper .honored H.enry Seller, whd Will leave Mar, 23-jfor duty (n the armed - /forced; - Marllyh c Seller, student, at . l.S.ttC,. , Ceda^r Falls, spent, the weekend 'fit Home , to see her brother before he leaves. Wt»l«f an Guild Weslcyan Service Guild of the thoUisl church will meet Monday, March S3 in the church diftiftg JroonPforJi 6:30 dinner. Annnced r and- Mrs .Oiville Gardner, Algona, announce the engagement and,,,-/apprOaching marriage of theiri dauJhtemSharbn. ,Lee, Doftaid w Kattovet, ' i, Neb. The wedding wilktake place at, the Mr^r* Methodist church Algona'j Maitch 29 at 3 p.m, Rebekah Lodge'.. - -..Rebekah lodge .will meet Mar 24 at : $e Moose hall fof a 8i30 potluck supper. Bring a covered dish and table service. This i .the la§t meeting -before^ the- con Verition, April '10 '.at Forest City andcall members ;are urged to b •present. ,,, * -' . \", .; , , ,,< ll**i , Sunday chw- , suppef. r ahd Mf9 Lowell iftd Mr, ahd Mrs Leon Mar- hfe IfcSsoft subject Was "Dls- clplittfe." • At fiHds* Mrs Eugene Zender entertained her bridge club members Monday evening. Two tables werfe in play. 1 Mrs Kolp Hosiess , Mrs,,James Kolp entertained he^ bridge club m'embefS Thufs day. Hoyal Neighbors ' »„ Royal Neighbors will ', meet Wednesday, Mar. 25, at the Moose hall at 7:45 sharp. TITQNKA NEWS f itenka friends of the death of Rogfer Batttoon of Klemme. Me was a twin son of Mr and Mra Dick Bammtm of Klemme and former Titonka residents. His father was operator of the Bammaft garage here some years ago, arid Roger attended fitonka high school He pass'ed away at Iowa City, Saturday evening of a brain tumor. He & survived by his wife and two daughters. Mrs Anna Gerhart Kla'sse of Rrtapp, Wisconsin arrived by bus at Blue Earth Friday and was met by her brother Henry and is staying at the home of Etta and Maude Steeker. .She expectsjo Stay for a Week.' Mr and Mrs Wm. Everding were inner hosts to Mr and Mrs Jay Arnold of Lake Mills and Mr and rs Mentto Everdlng of Titonka PET Mrs Bill Hamm of Oskaloosa has a pet hen which will soon celebrate its > 13th birthday. In the first ten years of the hen's life she laid over 900 eggs. Mrs Hamm says that the reason sho itiade :this particular hen a pet Was because she.felt sorry for a hen With >a hooked bill. and Margaret, Clara, Kotheryn! and Ruth Everding also of TK tonka <in hoiior of the baptism of their daughter Lois Ann which took place during the morning services at the Ramsey Reformed church. Buffalo Homemakers club will moot Friday afternoon.'vMor. 20, at the home of Mrs Earl Stott with Mrs Robert Lang and Mrs Rny Bartlctt as co-hostesses Tho extension lesson will be by Mra Wm. Amesbury and Mrs Ted Hoover Jr. Easter Craft will be given by Mrs R. L. Krahtz. Mrs Robert Kruse celebrated her birthday Thursday evenin with Mi* and Mrs , Raymoh Krusc, Mr and Mrs Wm. Kruae, Mr nnd Mrs Ernest Jansen and Mrs Menno Everding nnd daughters present for the evening. Mr nnd Mrs Jim Brown ol Mason City are the new tehnntf in the Oscar Glhgrich home south of town. Mr Brown is a TV technician for John Hamilton. Mr and Mrs Chris Brandt wero Sundny fihernoon guests at the rest home at Algona nnd visited Mrs Bertha Callies and Mrs Anna Missal. Six members of the Homemakers club left by chartered bus from Burl Tuesday along with other clubs and went on nn excursion trip to DOS Moinos. Those going from the Buffalo Township club were Mrs Lester nnd Allen Etlcn, Mrs Toni Itig- gina, Mrs Jennie RocU», Mrs Gertrude Barttett and Mrs George Alke. Mr nnd Mrs Chris Brandt colled nt the Fred Pannkuk home in Algonn. Mr and Mrs Pnnnkuk recently moved March 1st to Al gonn from Lnkotn nnd built new home. Mr nnd Mrs Mnuvice Andersen of Minneapolis were weekend guests nt the home of her parents, Mr nnd Mrs Henry Sleeker Thurify, Marth Al««fitt (let.) Upp*f Bit M«^***« Jr. Mr and Mrs Melbourne Heesch arc parents of A son born at Britt, March 10. Mr and Mrs Nick H-oosch and Mr and Mrs Julius* Hanson are grandparents. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann, Miss Louise Sachau and John Sachau were Sunday afternoon nnd supper guests at the homo of Mr nnd Mrs George Snohau and daughters. Herman Fritz is a patient at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. Mrs Merle Gicaking and baby son Bruce Gone; arrived home from the Hancock Memorial hospital Tuesday. The baby weigh* ed 7 Ibs. 8 o^. and was born Thursdnv evening, March 5. Thirty-one boys and girls left Titonka last week Monday morning nnd nttf'iirled the afternoon nnd evening sessions of the t>oy.« basketball game < at Moines. Mr and Mrs DtfrtaW Kerker and Mf and Mrd WilWSr Sexton also wen* for the <nft Mr Kerker is coach and Mr Sexton is bus driver. A musical operetta, "the D**a«t Ranch", will be .given Friday evening, Mar. 20,, at the Titonka high school auditorium with Mrs Lawrence Govern in charge. The operetta will be given by the 4th grade through the 8th grade. Mrs Mildred Boyken entertained her sewing club Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Francis Culbertson are the parents of a baby boy born March 7 at the hospital at Brllt. He has been named Bruce Eugene. Mr and Mrs Irvln Schmidt and Miss Louise Senne were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Conrad Schmidt, \ f Complete selection of costume Jewelry to complement your new Easter outfit. .. / Priced , , From $1.00 • to WILTGEN JEWELERS HOE. State ALGONA CY 4-3789 THE X NEW ZEND .Will Continue Its Policy of Honest Merchandising As Established by Its Founder - -'the Late Frank Zender THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO, the Zender and Caldwell's Clothing Store opened in Algona. It was founded on the belief that the first essential of success is honest merchandise, honestly presented. It consistently featured only the country's finest nationally-known brands of clothing, accessories and shoes — AND NOTHING ELSE. IN 1938, the late Frank Zender purchased Mr. Caldwell's interest and continued these same policies. His son, Eugene Zender, became owner of the business in April 1958, and these same high business standards continued. WE'RE PROUD of the progress that this store has made over the years — and we're grateful to the many thousands of loyal friends and customers who have made this progress possible. WE KEPT the men and women of this trade area in mind when we planned our remodeled store ... to continue offering the "family" atmosphere, the same sincere and friendly service and unconditional guarantee of satisfaction on which this store was founded. WE ARE GRATEFUL for the many kind comments made about ou.r new store during our Grand Opening last week, and for the beau tiful floral tributes given us. We're proud to be in business in a friendly city such as Algona. YOU CAN BE ASSURED that the same high ideals on which this store wls; founded "will continue at the "New" Zender's! GENE ZENDER new owner %, THE LATE FRANK ZENDER founder If You Were Unable to Visit Our Remodeled Store During Our "Grand Opening," This is "-••'•.'*••'"(.'• YOUR INVITATION TO VISIT US AT ANY TIME! ... ancf StOTTS can help you. 1 Yes, and Hall-Strahorn Hardware has a complete line of. SCOTTS LAWN PRODUCTS. Everything to give you a better lawn this spring and summer. Stop in and. let < us help you with your lawn problems — and for the best, always ask for SCOTTS — ex- elusive in Algona'at Hall-Strahbrn. ^ ,:: r . SCOTTS SS Halts kills crabgrass as it sprouts . . a guaranteed * preparation for all lawns, . + Time to Sew SCOTTS SEEPS You'll find Scottis'seeds for every type so|| ;> . . . £•"'•' wide variety to choose from, HKSCOTTS Turf Bui!ier/T6o Now's 'the fame to start with Turf-Builder * , . before the spring rains, Year-rpund preparation for a better lawn . . clean and odorless, too. SCOTTS 'Special of the Month' No. 35 Scotls Spreader -Tr:~ r "t -^-^—— Value of $1 6.95 , Halls lo kill crabgrass - .......... ----——- bag value S9..95 TOTAL l $26,90 *•"- — w wiii This Mpnth|QWJlY. - Bo*H pening Are Now Posted In Our Window — And Will Be Notified By Post Card ! J SEE the "NEW" Zender's for everything that's,..
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