oft He* and had at . fthejr tM dames Mohtord Pelerso'h, ttstefefh. m lovtt, Alfred Arid etson, fai Anderson, Freda Swansoft, femll Larson, Walter C. Larry t»etfers and da* Martlet Beenken - Mr and Mrs Hans Beenken. ^ Britt,, Well known in Kossuth •« «bunty f , announce the engagement df their daughter, Harriet Ann, lo Merjyft Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs Norris Thompson, Ellendale. An August Wedding is being planned. i Miss Beenken is a registered inurse at the Lee Medical Clinif In Albert Lea. Thompson is stationed with the Army at the Wai" ier Reed Hospital in Washington, D. C. .' • atid Mrs femil Larson at* tended funeral services for Mrs Maud Low, 84, of Estherville at the Methodist church in Arm-" strong Monday afternoon. Maxine Clark, * daughter of Glenn Clarks, was absent from school last week with a leg infection, , x Lowell D. Larson family visited Sunday afternoon at the par* ental home, Emil Larsons, , Mrs Ralph Walker, Janet and Dori drove to Fayette Friday to bring home Hita Walker, a student at tJpper Iowa. , Betty Clark, daughter of Glenn Clarks, will soon complete her two years college at Upper Iowa, Fayette. She has accepted a position to teach at Garnavillo. Donna and David, children of Mr and Mrs Frank Waid, Charles City, stayed at the home of their aunt, Mrs Glenn Clark while their parents attended a convention. Mrs Sadie Funderburk and Mr SWEA & EAGLE 'Mr and Mrs Francis Torihe visited their son-in-law and Daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Himes at Traer, last week. ' Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat of Cross Lake, Minn, were weekend visitors with- their daughter, Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson and Floyd's parents, Mr and Mrs Francis Treat. ' i Mrs Magnus Peterson of Swea ' fcity reached her 82nd birthday Friday, May 8. A number of «hl, _ mes Jtohft Thompson, ' ftsMfttifc te the Guild Friday N<SwHn t graftdson of Mr imd Mfs Fred Ne%lin, ret cently received his discharge front service and will slay here to help his uftde on the farm. Mr» and Mrs Marlin Geerdefe ate parents 'b? rf daughter born April -80, al ASthervUlft Sht- weigWid 'ftiftfe ftfees afid Contracts Let On Pool The Bancroft council, special, meeting Tuesday in n night, May,8, awarded contracts for a municipal pool totaling $53,200 to low bidders. General construction contract went to Lundquist construction company of Fairmont fof $33,950 General work includes bath house, fending and the wadinf pool. ' -i The contract for mcchanicj.1 construction was awarded to the ing 250. W& and fifterJftg, o* lfttstudif §19,- % Swlngllne, ttotchkiss a«d Des Molfaod Pub, AI and Mrs Bert Roalson called Breitenfeld Plumbing 'and Heat- COOLPMahJt's Frigid I WESHN6HOUSE DELUXE FREEZER is the cp.6les.fc • market! on .COME IN AND SEE IT as low as 005^ Frefe«f ad $1 per week After Down Payment BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE Phone CY 4*3535 - Your Newtpap&r r M*f 14, 19*9 5 Designed with many of Parker's' exclusive features that mean smooth, dependable performance .. ,» a terrific value ai this low price 1 i A Product of The Parker Pen Company DRUG JEWELRY @rcsss Whips re B 9 Hedge Shears Lcawsi Mowers ers Grass Catchers Trellis Hose Nozzles for Summer at Of All Kinds Wesd - Eze Wondfer Bar .2-4 -D Malathion Garden Dust & Dusters Presenting Whittemore's 1959 Senior! IpfST* >AVt y -^ * * f>\ * t *- * . ^ « i jSj ^%fe« ^t v( i»Elu F 7 -. jtfK'X^ PRESENTED BY THE FOLLOW1N 3 PUBLIC'SP!R?TED FIRMS OFWHITTEMORE A GOOD BANK - IN A GO 3D TOWN - IN A GOOD COUNTY DRYING ASS'N A BOOSTER FOR THE AREA WE SERVE ^ CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES NOBODY EVER WENT WRONG ON DAIRY PRODUCTS •+ ' ' '" * -'\\\' ' ' • SWANSON'S STORE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES THI BEST OF EVERYTHING TO '59 SENIORS ?3i IMPLEMENT CO. YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED WHITTEMORE HATCHERY A GOOD PLACE TO DO BUSINESS H. R. ZUMACH & SON GROCERIES $ MEAT! WI ARE PROUD OP OUR '59 SCHUMACHER RADIO and Tjf ' B " ' ^ " 8^394?
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