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, j _, Mts Joseph Mcfariand gave a Mr and Mrs tjarty Saturday, April 28 in honor have moved from 702 North M J • ... . * 4\_ tl :«*!*. J> «.4* *vT Vi/si* fnn L/ai fc V »JGIVV**^»*-" t 't • »|^* »• — •—- --- ,-----of the sixth birthday of her son NeiL Mt attd Mts Ed Suhnke had Mr and Mrs William Faulstick, of Whittemore, as guests Friday evening. Mt and Mts Loteti Smith plan to spend Sunday at Jolley with Mr Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs John Smith. . , , Mt and Mrs Newton Hietet had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Hietef, of Rolfe. The men are brothers. ' M**" Henry Kohlhaas spent the \ friend at LuVerne with her son . ud daughter-in-law Mr and Mre Alfred Kohlhaas. Mt and M*s G. A. Shatp wete visited Sunday by their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Delbert Sharp of Nicollette, Minn. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs William Burney, of Des Moines. ,. . , Dennis Orion was dismissed this week from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had been under treatment several days after an accident. ( Mr and Mrs Joseph McFarland will, have as weekend guests the former's parents Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland, of Perry who are • coming to attend the first communion of the grandaughter Sheila. Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Marvin Schmeling ' at Milford. In the evening they were at Terrill with Mr Dallman's parents Mr and Mrs John Dallman. "• ch street to the Garland Bradley rural home. Rebekah lodge will meet Tuesday, May 12, at 8 p.m. at the Moose hull. Plans for going to BHtt will be made. J. r. Milder lefi Sunday for Chicago, to attend the National L.P. Gas convention. He will return home Thursday (today). Mrs G. A. Sharp entertained the members of her card club a week ago Wednesday. This week the club met with Mrs George Fandel. , . Mr and Mrs Lowell Lena have been visited by the letter's mother Mrs Frank,Visser, of Ada Minn., who concluded a visit of a week Wednesday. Mrs John Foth was elected 8th District President of the American Legion Auxiliary at the Spr- \_CIJ I r-f^fj, **•"* * * v**»»»«»»« »7 *~" »••— — - g- - ing Conference held at Carroll Sunday, May 3. , Mr and Mrs Roger Thorsbakken and the letter's sister Roxie Schf affer and fiance Duane Mpgler spent Sunday at Iowa Lake. They report a fine catch of fifty bullheads. Mr and Mrs Ted Larson spent the weekend at Madison, wis., with their son-in-law and daugh ter Dr. and Mrs William B. Mr and Mrt Pi fftaft He!nen ftl* tended the fifth wedding aflMVfr- sary celebration ior Mf and Mts Ed FoerWch at Butt Sunday etrefi- ing. ,„ Dt. and Mil f»» 5. CotWiilw were guests of the M1Y.F. at West Bend Sunday evetiiftg at a jot-luck supper after 1 which they jhowed pictures of their South Pacific Iritt last year, . Mrs William Bestenlehner was hostess to her bridge club members Monday evening. High and second high score prizes were won by Arlene Knoll and Norma Reynolds respectively. Cteseo Mothers and Daughter* club will meet Wednesday, May 13, at the home of Mrs Harold Sabin with Mrs Clifford Riebhoff assisting hostess. Roll call'Will be a plant and bulb exchange. Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau have purchased the Andrew Johnson house on east McGregor Street, formerly owned by Mr and Mrs Hal Cowan. The Laus have been living in the Rufus Lindhorst apartment. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman attended the party Monday evening at Lone Rock at the home of Mrs Lowman's brother and sister- i-law Mr and Mrs Henry Schroe- 'or. The birthday of MJ? Schroeder WHS being observed. Mr and Mrs Cecil McGinnis were accompanied to Cedar Falls for the weekend by the latter's sister -Mrs Julia Taylor. They were guests of the McGinnis' son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Don McGinnis. Mr and Mrs John Homer and son Jim and his friend Bob Pal- . Kossuth will be in St. Friday, May.8, ffom p.m. to visit With begin school in Marjorie fclizabeth Sert% Jft- fan\ daughter til , Mr fitfd Mrs Vernon Berte born,oft,Ajpril 22, was baptized ift St. Jojjreph!? Cath* olic church Sunday by HSvV Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsdrs"; W^6 Margie Becker and James BeHe. Mrs Justine Becker of Wesley Is maternal grandmother ^tfttd -Mf and Mrs Alphons Berte af e fjater- tial grandpatents. ,^-,\ ;^ Joyce Kirsch, daughter of M> and Mrs Peter Kirsch and Mag* gie fclenz returned here after- four months at Tucsort, Aria. Alverta Bdrie, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Berte t ,sophortiore in St. Joseph's school, underwent an appendicitis operation)^ Ftot D °Sheryil Reding, daujaitfefy Mr and Mts Harold Reding^s dent at St. Joseph's Mercy Hos pital School of Nursing at Sioux City spent the weekend With home folks here. «1ed t i«jttt|tf. B _ E , attnt at tcist «v* of hearing. theT cowtftttstoti iur* . bins. Mrs Hobbins is the former Meredith Larson. Mr and Mrs Max Miller havo had word from their son Bruce that he has been promoted to assistant principal at a High school in Tucson, Ariz. The senior Millers were visited over the weekend v their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs' J. A. Hardgrove and family, of Toledo. PRICES SLASHED SAVE $100 and MORE on "» * i ALL BRAND NEW MODELS 1-14H50 Chest Freezer, 13 Cu. Ft. __ reg. $325,95__$229 1-18H70 Chest Freezer. 17 Cu. Ft. — reg. $429.95__$265 1-21H80 Chest Freezer, 20 Cu. Ft. u_ reg 1 J$449.95__$295 %1-lOjFt. Admiral Refrigerator. ... , reg. $229.00—$165 1-Gibson Double Door 14 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator with •«» Automatic.Defrost. , reg. $369.95—$275 1-Gibson 14 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator With Automatic • Defrost t reg. $309.95—$219.95 t 4-Admiral Air Conditioners, 1 to 2-Ton models. AT DEALER COST, while .they last. ALL ITEMS ON DISPLAY AT THE ... GONA IMPLEMENT CO. Algona, Iowa mer were at Dickens a Week ago Sunday visiting Mrs Homer's father William Beck and brother and sister-in-law Mr <and Mrs Leonard Beck. Mrs- Dwaine Lighter gave a party Friday afternoon, May 1, honoring the seventh birthday ol her daughter Ann Renee. Guests were playmates and the grand- nlothers Mrs Clinton Lighter and Mrs William Ringgenberg, and Mrs George Harris. Pvt. Ralph Richards and Mrs Richards arc • here visiting the parents Mr 'and Mrs M. O. Richards, of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Everett Richardson. Pvt. Richards will join his* company at Fort Lewis, Wash. June 5 and from there will be sent to Korea for, 13 months. His wife will remain with her parents. . Mr ' and Mrs Pete Jorgeifson have been visited by Mrs Jorgenson's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Marvin Vore and zhildren, of Purdy.-Mo. They spent most of the time at West Bend with Mrs Vore's parents'Mr and Mrs Irvin Morey. Mrs Vore is the former Laura Ann Morey. They also visited Mr Vore's parents at North Loop, Neb. Plum Creek Homemakers met April 29 at the home of Mrs John Scuffham. Assisting hostess were Mrs Edgar Keith, Mrs Randall Clark and Mrs Carl Paetz Mrs Walter Campney reported on the mental health program Mrs Wayne Keith gave a .lesson on commodities, Mrs Willis Etherington had charge of recreation. A guessing game was won by Mrs Wm/Paetz. " * Mrs Virgie Allen, former resident here who, with her late husband Wayne Allen, moved to Webster City, has sold the Flan> ingo motel they had purchased and possession was given April 1. Mrs Allen has visited friends here recently and was house guest of Mr and Mrs W. C. Irelan. At present she is in MasoniCity with a daughter and later she plans to visit her son Jerry and family m Los Angeles. Tests Of Herds In April There were 5&1 cows tested in 25 herds on regular D.H.I.A. during April, according to Forrest Hofbauer, D.H.I.A. Supervisor, Swea City. There were 9 herds averaging over 4(J Ibs. of butterfat, owned by Glen Rasmussen farm,, John Ruger, Milton Madison, Dale Schroeder, Erwin Gremmels, Hilbert Bierstedt, Edwin Wiehten- dahl, Harry Bartelt, and Ralph Walker, Jr. Employment Rises Employment showed a sharp increase during the 'month of April in the Algona area accord* -ing to Don Davidson, Ipcal office manager of the Iowa State Em ployment Service. Building artc road construction • contractors called many employees back to work. There continues to be shortage of farm workers.' ' > if rlfc"i.'Vw«'!4i fiftlti^URF iHik"L c „----« - ' to the tffcMlMt For Mother's *, » *• *,-,.- * an extension OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFOttE THE IOWA STATE *'COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OP -KOSSUTH j$ COUNTY, IOWA: , ' Notice Is hereby giv6n that a pell- Ion for a franchise to erect.', use and maintain poles, wires, guy 'Wires, tovfo era, cables, conduits and > othef ilx. tures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for,-lighting, power and heating purposes has beem filed by the Hancock County' Rural Electric Cooperative Assdciatlon, Garner. Iowa, in the office of. 'the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petiti6n ' asks the right to construct, operate and maintain' said electric transmisslbn .line over, •along, -and across the following ' described public lands, highways, streams and private •«••»•«••*«»«••»• t«t»t ••••••••'• •««»« ,J u. lands, to-wit! , • t' '»cj (7,200/12,500 volts, three phase, wye coiv, nected, neutral Wire multi-grounded) Beginning at the northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) ,o£ "Section thirty-six (36) Township Ninety-rive (95) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P. M.,.KossUth County, Iowa, thence west on the high; way on the north line o£'said-Secuon Thirty-six (36) and Section- Thirty live (35), said Township and Range, one U) mile. -• i" (7,200 volts, single phase, wye connej ladies* •• .'iiui t*i i f, > }V*-" cases -BUY MOW! : OFFER LIMITED! ;Now! Sav*,as you start your mqtched^et.ofjuxory jyggagel, Get-three'dollars off regular Jprice, on 1 the.lovely ;> Ladies' O'Nite CaJe In famous Samsonite Streamlite! Add matching pieces to complete your set. > '• KEEPS ITS FIRST-TRIP tOOKI • Cla«lc-de»!gned to stay to stylel • Triplt-strength construction, vinyl Coverings resist scrape* and icuffi. • Satiny lin'Jng*...roomy pockets. '•'•Choice of Raw. " " " Crystal Green, Hawaiian Blue; London Grey, Saddle The gift that brings you closer togetherl Delight jier : iwith the iift that lets -her make or .take pails by, just reaching Adds ne.w con- 4 Venience to^telephoning; brings new'peace of mind to bothot ^ou! • . » It's'^a .most, welcome- gift— and so easy to shoi)^for f .' Just; call the Northwestern Bell'? business bfficel ! And remember, charges" can ' < be bllleH^tp^Vou;, regardless of 'where your mother may be living. ,^, t ; " ' - 1 " .'*"-' 1 '' " % ', ' ' "'I'"-, . . ' • , ' ' ' i •' v, 't. •», r/v* v ;. >'j. -*",*'(> /• ' P.S..If l you c&n't^be With your mother on her specid " v.,' day (Majr 10th)i>t Long:Distance.melt the miles lbetweeri;you. Ldwer rates all dayJSundayl -" , > >,%- '; "-^ ' ,.; " y ' • *& • j? " •i * '^ *^ . -s • • t/ :. -. _i 1 ! -I "~* &'. '*"•"" j , vo, , ted, neutral wire multi-grounded) ^Beginning at the northeast corne of Section Twelve (12), Township Ninety-six (96) Northi Bange Twenty^, seven (27) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, thence west op IB highway on the north .line of said ection Twelve (12) t| one-half- (ty) Beginning at the northeast'corner of ection Thirty-six (36), Township Nine,y-seven (97) North, Range; Twentyr even (27) West of the 5th P, ,M«i hence south on the highway on the ast line pf said Section Thirty-six (36). i FIRE A $40,000 fire destroyed the elevator at Austinville recently The frame construction, erectec in 1892, contained about 6,00" bushels of corn and oats. Typewriter and adding machin supplies at Upper Des Moine Pub. Co., Algona. AMS AtGONA.IOWA y "/v:.ve A?" . : ' "' .'•',. '•.-.'• S I" HJt EM ALE ••••••••^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r,, ( '''„,*,) 5 ^7* .' '*^^ ]"*'/" i \ '^ ** » > r Thursday - Ftfctey - Saturday - - May 7-8-9 HunnDBnngBiH^^ COATS YOU SOLD HOGV GRADE me. •V.H.- INFORMATION OF SEE Hormel Perry 42 LONG WOOL SPRING COATS. $17.98 to $39.9? ... all sizes. ,. , 3 TALL GIRLS COATS - $19.98 1 GIRLS COAT - Size 7 • $$.98 20 ALL WEATHER COATS - All sizes - $10.98 - $19.98 . .. EVERYTHING AT CLOSEOUT PRICES. * There isn't quite the selection this year as before but the values are better than ever. Don't wait any longer - buy them now for SUMMER,.. REGULARIZES - prices start at just $5.93 here arid we sell them all. ' ' ' • ;."' '. «' ''It!' HALF SIZES - including a group of 8 "better* dresses for you to see. ' " • • ' { --., JUNIOR SIZES - sizes 7-15, pric* ed at only $4.98 to $10,98. v l - * , . * ^ TALL SIZES - sizes 10-18, closing thes^e at just $8.98 - $10,98. Don't Mh$ SUITS WOOLS and RAYONS - both lined and unlined. Prices start at only $12.98. DOCKTAIL DRESSES 12 left - values to $35.00. Celling at on}y;$14.98- $19.98, Sizes 10-16. SPORTSWEAR gliACKS - SHORTS - PI PlJSHjBRS - SWEATER^ „,. BLOUSES --SKIRTS -Tjties^ ,won^t last long at these prices; KQBES -^ A SPECiAli VALJJE ;i Choice $3\98> v ^: valjiegf to '$6,00 and $7,00. • •^•^••••^••••(•"••^"^•IpMiiMii^ii^WI There are other Items too—h«t$, 'nwvtltjw '•** •,T6lf j*j«r»o|h9r of our PAMQU5 SABS^ wm« »!! 3 days. iiiwiniuiiiiii C U •I Up ALGONA, IOWA

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