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8-Algona fle,) Upper Ses Moines thurtdoy, April 23, ; 959 Si. Ann Auxiliary , St, Ann Hospital Auxiliary met at the Hospital on April 7 at 2:00 p.m. with Mrs George H. Powers presiding. Mrs Daniel Bray. Chairman on Scholarships, gave a report of all applications received and announced that the selections will not be announced until the successful applicant has been accepted by an accredited school of nursing. Mrs L. E. Linnan, Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, reported that Mrs James Milder will be the Tag Day Chairman, vhich is being held the week of Florence Nightingale's birthday and National Hospital Week. Mrs Mark T.'McGuire, the County Chairman, will announce County Town Tag Day Chairman at a later date. . Mrs John L. Claude, Chairman of the Social Committee, is making plans for the spring luncheon. The Nominating Committee met April 21, at the home of Mrs Craig Smith, to select the slate of proposed officers for the coming year. The Board voted to purchase two electrical .high and low beds for the hospital. The money for this has been raised in the past two years. The State Hospital Auxiliary Convention is Being held in Des Moines on April 23. The Board voted to send two delegates. Mrs George Powers and Mrs Mayland Metcalf. New Church Group Women of the First Lutheran church will meet Tuesday evening to organize the Augustana Lutheran church Womens society. Election of officers will be held and charter approved. W.S.C.S. Eletls The Methodist W. S. C. S. has elected .new officers for the coming year. Mrs George Wolf is president; Mrs H. S. Montgomery, vice-president; Mrs N. M. Coughenour, honorary vice-president; Mrs V. M. Parsons, recording secretary and Mrs Arthur Benschoter, treasurer. Promotion secretary is Mrs John Hayes, missionary secretary, Mrs C. R. Schoby; Christian social relations secretary, Mrs John McGuire:'student work secretary, Mrs Louis Kelley and secretary of youth, Mrs Everett Steven. Mrs J. B. Asa is spiritual life secretary; Mrs Don Nelspn, literature; Mrs Clint Lighter, supply work and Mrs John Wilson is status of women secretary. Local activities chairmen are Mrs W. C. McDougall and Mrs Perry Collins; membership chairmen are Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mrs Ed Hagg; publicity and printing are in charge of Mrs Kenneth Medin and the audit is in charge of Mrs Roy Bjustrom; Mrs Marjorie Apple heads the magazine subscription drive; Mrs William Runchey is temporary chairman of Goodwill Industries and the floral committee is Mrs Wv J. Sigsbee and Mrs Walter Klamfr. The nominating committee consists of Mrs Don Nelson, Mrs Leonard Maasdam,' Mrs George Balluf, Mrs John Wilson and Mrs Clarence Hunt. Surprise Party Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath were given a surprise party Friday evening, April 17 by their children and families, Mr- and Mrs Clinton 'Rath, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, and Mr and Mfs William Wagner, of Lone Rock,, in honor of the 39th wedding anniversary. ' , YOUR FOUNDATION GARMENT IS IMPORTANt! * '' We offer a complete fitting service with Satisfaction Guaranteed. jj t\ 6f A "Forty three rnetrjfaers of Court St Cecelia Algona C.D.A, attended the April meeting. Vice Regent Helen Mikes presided, Mn working has joined the Court by transfer of membership. The winners of the poetry contest for pupils of St. Cecelia's Academy, sponsored by ihe local Court were announced: Joan Flynh, Dirk Hansen, Julie Elbcrt, Mary Reilley, Robert Goecke, Elaine Bruch, Mary K. Barry, Victoria Brndley. Dr. Karl Hoffman show* ed slides taken on his recent visit to Mexico. Members of the commit lee were Rosalia Eisenbarth, Rita Frankl, Marian LaBarre, Ann Goecke, Alice Condon, Genevieve Hat-greaves. Plans were made for a Bake Sale to be held this month. New Clubs Organize On Tuesday the newly formed East. Side Ladies Chowder and Noisemakering Society held its second meeting at the some of Mrs Joe Straub. Mrs Rat Mulligan was selected Chief Noisemaker until (he next meeting and Mrs Cliff Skogstrom her Chief Deputy Assistant. Pressing thfese ladies for honors were the Mesdames Beanie Cooper, Jim Geelan, C. M. O'Connor, Jerry Shetf, Joe Straub and Gordon Winkel. While this meeting was going on, many of the husbands of these ladies were meeting at the Jim Geclati home allegedly reading aloud selections from Chaucer nd Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Alex L. Dermand nnoUnce the engagement and UD- iroaching marriage- of their laughter Kathryn, and John Jlark Salyer III, son of Mr and vlrs John Clark Salyer II, of Siler Spring, Maryland, Miss Dermand is presently a student at Antioch College. Her fiance is a graduate of American University, Washington, D.C, and employed with the Washington Daily News. Mter a June ( wedding the couple )lan to continue their studies at ,he University of California this fall. At Golden Wedding Mrs William Ringgenberg accompanied her parents and bro- :hcr and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs ,Abe Tuttle and Mr and Mrs Hubert Tuttle, of Blue Earth, to Platte, S. D. where they attended the golden, wedding anniversary of Mrs Abe Ttuutle's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs P. E. Helland. They were joined by Mr and Mrs -Floyd Tuttle and Mr and Mrs A. E. Frandel, of Austin. Minn. Mrs Frandel is a sister of Mrs Ringgenberg. Swea City News ^ By Mrs Cecil Gt>df>edson A-^_ AJ au.... ^... j... SL^A.a^ A. it,..,^ „ , ^ •i.AJfct* of [Paneled to '•mooth your tummy —, unbelievably! Birthday Party Mrs, Herbert Lindquist gave a party Friday after schopl for her daughter Susan whose eleventh birthday was being celebrated. Guests were Sally Bay, Sandra Haag, Jacqueline Limbaugh, Sandra Pingle, Cheryl Rusk, Sharon Sundet,,Marcia Sampson, Roberta inompson, • Janice, , Nancy and Sharon Wagner, and the honoree's sisters Polly and Sally. Marriage Revealed Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons announce the secret marriage of tneir daughter Judy Catherine to Gordon G. Ireland, son of Mr •»M Mrs Harrv W. Ireland, on February 6, 1959. The wedding'took place in the First : Methodist church, Blue rianh ,'Minnesota. , Mr i Ireland is employed by Quality Drug, Inc., of Des Moines. The young couple are at home in the Bjustrom apartments in Algona. St.. Benedict C. D. of A. >St. Benedict Catholic Daughters met in the school hall April 16th, Marie Thill presided. Cards furnished entertainment for the evening. High prize was won by Mrs Mildred Youngwirth, Mrs Jerry McKeown won low. Mrs Marcia Thill won the door prize. Mrs Frances Capesius' name was drawn for attendance prize but she was absent. Thursday afternoon Mrs Floyd firekke, Mrs Leo Guerdet, Mrs Eugene Fitzgerald, Mrs Elvift Godfredson and"Mrs Jr. .Hettnke attended the'NoKh East Council of Catholic Woman fit Emmetsburg. Mrs Sam Link called ofhher father, Wm Payne at Fairfrtbfit on Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Oscar Linde and Mr and Mrs George K, Nelson visitedlMrs Stella* -Hiingerford 1h Austin Sunday, Mrs Hungerford has been in the hospital but is much improved. I»lr and Mrs Leonard Mino, Nancy and Evelyn, were Friday supper guests ' of Mr and Mrs Jim Fronton, Mr and Mrs Howard Andrews of Titonka were Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Ora Simmons. Mrs Simmons and Mrs Andrews are sisters. * April 12, Mrs Elmer JorgCn- son, Mrs Truman Johnson both of Swea City and Mrs Kramers- meier of Ledyard attended a dinner and 'dedication of the Dolliver Methodist churchi Mr and Mrs Selmar Uhr visited last weekend at Bethel College and at the'home of her niece, Dr. and Mrs George C. Harrison, and attended the Ice Follies in St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Marvin Uhr and Mr and Mrs Selmer Uhr were Sunday niglit dinner guests of the Louis Stenzels. Mrs Allen Montgomery ,ertter- tnined on the .third birthday of their daughter Monica. Darlene Engstrom of' Fbrest City, Mrs Daisy Engstrom. and Mr and Mrs, Chester Fischer and family of Swea City were week' end guest of the Harry Skaggs of Winterset. \ Mr and Mrs V.-E.-Hazelhoff and children were weekend guest of his sister and family, Mr and Mrs Meredith Ward of Waverly, la. Mr and Mrs Donald Dontje and Debra of Buffalo Center -visited at the August 1 Dontje home Sunday afternoon. ( Mr and Mrs Richard Hesvick entertained Barney Hesvick, Mr and Mrs Lynn 'Pulver ahd Mrs Reginold Peterson Sunday afternoon in honor df their daughter, Bonnie's third "birthday. 1 ' ,' ,':,> •Mr and Mrs James Harvey'aric can of Sealtl6,,Waste day, Apffl 13 and Mrs- Bob can is the f&frfte*" flew, .she' and life terson had attested Btirf f> Sfeno»l together" when IH§ 'OffteiTS WsA there. In th£ evenfnU ttrt^ ed the Itenfleth Patt&rsort Grant. ' Mr and Mrs Watte* , went to Mllford to attelrd tism of their .granasoft Duane, the son of Mr'a'nd Mrs J. Kirby of Fort Dodge, Mr and -Mrs Derwood Voigt and children of Swea v City and Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt of Fentoft •were Sunday dinner guest at the Art Voigt home, . . • , Mrs Vina HaglUnd received word that Mr and Mrs yaf Selle Weaver of Boise; Idaho became the parents of a sott April 20, the lad weighed nine pounds at birth. Mrs Weaver is the former Janice Haglund. * Mr and Mrs Darrell Bishop of Ledyard entertained' Rev,, and Mrs' Hammer and Mr, and Mrls Dillard Bishop April 15 in honor of Mrs Hammer's birthda^ Eagle Homemakers » club- ' tne! with Mrs Warden Brbhes, , Apri 14, Mrs Mervin Johnsdn' assisted Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz and children, Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson and Mrs Grace Bnker al of Swea City and Mrs'Cota Stow of Burt were Sunday afternoon est of the -her sister, Mrs Cliffota B**j Jsh of LbtiisviileV 'Itfc we?e ft!day supper guest of Mr aira Mil Nels-Qodfredson. - * . Mfand Mrs Ervln Ruetaiei and family of Fairmont were Saturday afternoon callers at the Eddie Bauer home. ' .»•>,.. Mr and Mrs Dillard Bishop and Mr and Mrs 1 Clarerice Uhr called at the Dan Bishpp ,hdm6 in Gran ad&-Sunday, afternoon. Mr and Mrs A. E. Charl&on and family were Sunday"' dinner guest of the Robert Rarnes. The Earl Kvamsdale family cllled in the evening, m.f^y^, >.'*• - * ' , -v-t ,'.'+ .« ,;• v'^;*r>"'mwi'»i««?* i w'^»?',, "• '-"V: V: •-" --. W^^'V^^^^CV V- J - •" '* ','•._-. **:#4>*,; *•' h 4- f -' ' "- • • v •, "- -'->'^. i •&$- ••,-."*'", 1 • * '' ,*•>•• "' • , ••'• v : \>? J ^ : V ;,'•;-,-,' : - • l'n^'«ittie.ii>'^V -'^ ^ : ^-' 1J ^^ k ~ * at aBMttfr" 7 '-^ -•'-.-. tiffe'bft tfti tie«tt, ttajM k — . ttf, esytblishittg sald.ciinlc, "*"- ~ *"* •- sevteial «$s , irtelualfef "l&sitith. , TWs wSttld b* slrniHtr 'to threMe all established at MaMft Gtty ,the public is invit&i 16 attend. It? the tim* a mam §§i« io the point where he cart* buy his 'wife dwfees • at . a fancy iigure — she hasn't got it. '^ wail Siteet Jout x ToHearTolkOn Health Clinic The League of Wom^n Voters, in co-o'peration with'the board of, supervisors and Don Potter, regional psychologist, is sponsoring a public meeting on the proposed td Seahd bids will b6, received until 2:00 o'clock P, M., MayUU, 1SS9, at the Kossuth County Cmfrt HOtiS^t Algonft, Iowa, At which time and pldce the Kossuth County Board o£ Supervisors, noting for ahd 6fl behalf df Drainage District No. BO, will meet- for the purpose of letting & contract for the ,excavation of approximately 14,205 cu yds. ot. dirt irtd Silt,, the leveling 6f spoil banks," gHibbing atid disposal of 1566 standing Wees, 88 doWtt trees, 90 squares of brush, 280 stumps, clearing and . disposal o£ 10 brush piles, .126 boulders, Various debris and furnishing and laying -100 ft. 15" culvert pipe. Tha commencement date Is, May 22 1959 and completion date is August 22 1939, , , 'Robert of Cedar Falls were \\reekend guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs Bob Harvey. Mr anc Mrs Kenneth Patterson'and chil' dren and Mrs Zanke of Bur ,were Sunday dinner guest. ' Mi and Mrs Jens Sorenson of Algon called in the afternoon. ,, .« , Mrs W. B. Officer of we's; Bend and Mr and Mrs Tom Dun- KEN & KAL * '* * Presented by RUSK dRUG "Say, Kal, how long does it toke for a woman to pick out groceries?" "That's a good one I wouldn't know; Ken' — But , I do know that the right place to get a prescription filled RUSK DRUG" is „ *b«f CteHfe Hatt, ^totommsismy »»*£%**$£ dtfjce «t. th* CftantS 1 DWtjta^ Mgona.itiW**,& citotaet O. B. -----^ *"- i Engineer *" BaticrofV of the p Sy Cj Si PeiaM County Drama, in the Algorta, Moiftes), .' - - „. _ Clerk. tfftse* Des is . as "reeeiVed/frotn. sti-eet hejig- or Algonai lows Milton^ Deitmflh, t the City the estate, to-wit r That part o. tofore vacated <BS » o».c^. -JV-B between Lot'l Blk. 182 and Lot 4 81k, 181,. Call's AdditloftMo Algona, • Kossuth'County, Iowa/ p ," tat the sum ot JFouf Hundred seyenty- fiVe Dollars ($4fS.OO) ahd that sftld proposal will be acted Upori by the City Council at the council meeting to be held at 7:30 P.Mn May 13, l95S,,in the Council Chambers at the City Mall in Algona, Iowa. -" . This notice /is given by authority of the City Council and pursuant to Sec- tiori 368.39 of tlie CoflesOf IOW8 1988. Dated at Algona, loWa this.22nd ddy of April, 1959. • , David A, Smith _ 1 „ , City Clerk, City of Algona, Iowa (16'17) See below for Answer SQNOD3S 8 J13HS 3HO1S IV SMOO1 NVWOM then THIS is the RIGHT SHOE for YOU! JOB-FITTED f{l) One-piece ^>ack construction: (2) Brown; elk-tanned cowhide?-, (3) Genuine Vulcork soles. (4) Built-in steel arch gives foot comfortj' JAIso in popular low Oxford'styled v < _ • ; If one of these trades^is yours, come In and ask for this shoe by I name and number!, Or bring this advertisement winryou, jusMo) ^besure. We .haVe.it, In your size. r~\JOO%- Union Made by A. ft of L Worfcmem] J , * > f ' ' All Sizes 6-14 -'.All Widths A^EEtEE IOWA • •-*: • TTT ' i's Up IV lUpshaped 'elastic net edging nevefc' never bindr (your leg*) Don Sindelar, 6 Mrs Ed Sindelar gave a party Saturday afternon honoring the sixth birthday of her s'on Don. Present .were Scott Buchanan, Rex Chally, Shirley Dewel, Nancy JColp, Ann Renee Lighter, and Janet Steffan. Those unable to be there.-were.. Gary Schugart and Jerry :Whittemore. Refreshments were served following games. PANTIE GIRDLE LEGS CAN'T FEEL, by COSSARD A Gossard Original-thls pantie girdle combines three kinds of elastic to give complete leg freedom end flattering figure control. Of nylon tissuenet, satin jelastic front panel,and lacy elastic net binding at the leas. White. S. M. L . Mildred Miller, graduate Gossard corsetiere, will be glad to give you a personal fitting and advise you regarding your ''£' •< foundation garment problems, Come in this week for that new that means so much to you in your new service )$ free and authentic, Hostesses For Clubs Mrs J. P. Smith entertained the, R.S.B.C. members Tuesday evening. Mrs Elizabeth Post will be hostess to the "Happy Birthday" club members Friday afternoon. Mrs Russell Cook entertained her bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. Coffee Hostesses Mrs W. A, Foster and Mrs L. C. Hanson gave, an informal coffee Tuesday-morning for friends of Mrs Mary Pratt, of Long Beach, Calif. Mrs Sabin Hostess Mrs John Sabin entertained her card club members Wednesday, afternoon. The previous week Mrs Leo Thilges was hostess. Card Club Hostess Mrs Jack Heeren was hostess to her card club members Monday evening, sc. D33?s--Oi met Union Boys 4-H Union Boys 4-H club April 14 at the school. Alfred Schenck showed slides on Russia. Tom Henry and Jim Nitchals were chosen to go to Clear for camp and Howard Thilges to go to camp at Ames, launch was served by Mrs Henry and JJrandow, Typewriter and adding machine supplies at Upper Des Moines Pub, Co., And we'll agree to a certain extent. We're excited and proud of our newly remodeled store, but we're not through yet! Now the hum of activity is on the outside — UP FRONT. We're making lender's not only the finest as far as merchandise goes, and not only the finest as far as a friendly, beautiful and modern atmosphere goes; we're going all out to make Zender's the finest both inside and out. And the new front on our store will make it just that when it's completed. V i *• It's not only what's up FRONT thclt counts! What we have BEHIND the door is where you find the quality you're looking for at the price you want to pay. For nearly a half century, lender's has been known widely for its reputation in handling only .the finest in merchandise,and, for giving only the best in service and values to its customers, We plan on keeping it that way. Right now, we're in a mess again, But forgive us for a short time — we're still open for business as usual! Come in and use the advantages that Zende,r's can give you» We have it up front and throughout the entire store! ' ,

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