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,-V»,f'«! -,-• * u ", . H ' 3 , I t ? fft; ft . s 2-Algbna (Io.) Upptf Bt» Moin«r Thurtday, July 9, 19S9 Mrs Amy Johnson recently vis* itcd her sister Mrs Jack Stavely at Entmetsburg. '. , Don Sherman was at the Veterans hospital last week for a check-up. Mr and Mts Herbert Lindquist were visited over the weekend by Fern Thompson. Mason City. . Dr. sad Mrs R. K. Richardson spent the July Fourth weekend at the Okobojis. Mrs Maroa Keith Bailey came "recently from Philadelphia for a visit with her mother. Mrs L. W. Keith. Amy Johnson, who is employed at the Good Samaritan Home, returned to work Tuesday following several days of rest at home. Mrs Thomas O'Halre, Des Moines, was guest of Mrs R. K, Richardson and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley last week, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath spent July 4 at Fenton where they attended a family picnic in the park. Mr and Mrs Tony Schmill were visited over the July Fourth weekend by their son Keven, Des Moines. '-Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson were visited over the July Fourth weekend by the letter's brother arid sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs C. D. Judy,, of Newton. Mr and Mrs John Rich flew io Willmar, Minn., Friday and were guests of the latter's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Lindner. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall and family and Junior Esser spent the July Fourth weekend at cast Okoboji with Mrs Marshall's mother. Mrs Bea Baldwin. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman, Claudia and Linda and Mr and vtn= Floyd Holt, Allen, Betty and ^riu Ann spent the July Fourth veekend at the Okobojis in a cot- age. Hattie Wilson, who suffered .evert; injuries in an auto collision a few weeks ago and now lospitalteed at Mercy hospital, Mason City, is making slow recovery. Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan are driving to Dos Moines Friday to bring back their daughter Mrs James Rasley and three children and all will go to the Soonlan' cottage at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Russell Rent* wer visited over the July Fourth, weekend by the former's brother and sister-'in-law Mr and Mrs Warren Renlz and sons Brian and Bruce, of Constantino,' Mich. Mr and Mrs August Schmidt, Linda and Lynn have, returned, from Braidwood, 111., where they spent the July Fourth,, weekend with the latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Schneider. Mr and Mrs Roy Stpffel, Barbara, Bob, Marilyn and Shirley and Mr und Mrs James Schneider, Bob and Sharon" and Steve Smith spent the July Fourth weekend at Clear Lake camping Lone Rock Bank Has Open House On Anniversary 4 Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Bank held an open house Wednesday for it's own and also the town's 60th anniversary. The current president is Angus Cotton. Kenneth Jackson as vice president; Ernest Jensen, assistant cashier, and Mrs Lucille Scegebarth, bookkeeper. There were many prizes given away during the open house. Winners of the prizes are as follows: Mrs Mary Flaig, automatic coffee set; Mrs Katherine ttoege, Algona, camp equipment set;: Mrs Bernard Tigges, Lone Rock, thermos; pen and pencil /sets: 'Eddie Long. Lone Rock; Mrs Alex Rubriana, Algond; J, M. Blanchard Jr., Lone 'Rock; Martin Schmidt, Penton; Mrs E. A. Lee, Lone Rock; Wilfred Mueller, Ringsted; Larry Ramus, Lone Rock; Mrs Edward Ohm, Lone Rock; Mrs Darryl Householder, Lone Rock; and Wilmer Wichtendahl, Lone Rock. JW/ce £</errWe£/ June tilluilwl . ' w t-v. rvt;ji\a «v v^»v.**» *-«.»>, Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley had as I out at the State park. '" imrfc fi-r>ivi ThurcHnv 1i1l Monrinv . & fnmilv nicnic was. guests from Thursday till Monday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Boisjolie and 1 family, Minneapolis- TOM'S Televiews A family picnic was. .held July Fourth at the home of Adrian Casler. Present were his brother, Vernon, brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, Patty, David and-Phil, and Mr and 'Mrs Elwood M<?ore. Mr and Mrs Eugene Huichms and Mrs Hazel Lusby We -driving to Des Moines Saturday to meet Marguerite Dalziel who is flying from Corona Del Mar, Calif., for a three week, visit .with her brother-in-law and sister.and .rnother. Marilyn Seller spent.- the July 4th weekend here with-.her parents, Mr and Mrs Julius Seller. Marilyiv is" playground superintendent at Cedar FaUs.Mier sister, Linda spent the previous weekend with her at Cedar Falls. A family picnic was-held July Fourth at Mr and Mrs William Ridge's. Those present were Mr an'd Mrs Alvin Johnson,.of Hardy, Mr auddMrs Ray Funk, and Mr and Mrs Earl Meyer and the families. • ' Mrs Clara Pompe and her son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs in-itiw auu uuu{,»n»-» *••• »..-« , . . TV is really circling the. globe. R. W. Wetzel, Becky .and Debbie nM * '• « _^ _ i ._ _?A »• I* i.. J fnr\rv\ \\T *1 T CJ1*1 C\T . CBS has worked out a situation whereby U.S. viewers will be able io watch the 1960 Olympics at have returned from Waterloo where they spent the weekend with Mrs Pompe's son-in-law and AW wa**-A* i**** A«svy >^* j *4»j**wa u* i \vit[l i-vii^i * w*»ijj— -~> — , Rome almosl ai the same time daughter, Mr and Mrs t rancis they happen. With television tape, jei service and the time difference, we'll isee ,ihe games ihe same day. Cavanaugh. „ . , Mr and Mrs George Sefrit have returned from a two week ab- Mrs Sefrit visiting her ime uay. i senire. ivvia o>-iiiv ,.«....-o v ---No ... ihe announcers aren't brother-in-law and sister Mr and talking with a mouthful of marbles. This lime of year filter condensers overheat because of humidity and changing temperatures causing garbled voices. Inger Stevens, -who did a fine job on "Playhouse 90" in "Diary •of a Nuxse," may star in a CBS series of the same name. We carry a complete line iof portable radio batteries-. Why not take along a couple on your picnics to assure yourself of lillle or no interruption in your favorite programs. Jimmy Dean isn't so popular with the kids in Plainview. Tex. (his home town) anymore. Jimmy's brother, a milk man, promised he would bring visiting Jimmy around with him the next day, but Dean wouldn't go. THAT'S RICH . . , For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3260). Mrs D. R. Deal at 111 and Mr Sefrit in - ,-. -----the reserves at Fort Leavenworth, Mr and Mrs Gale • Slockwell spent the July Fourth weekend at Mason City with their son-in- law and daughter, .Mr and Mrs William DeKruif and family. A son was born July 1 to Mr and Mrs DeKruif at Mercy hospital and has been named- Christopher d Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoeller attended a picnic July 4 at the New Auxiliary Officers The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday night. There was election of officers for the year.with Mary Flaig, president; Juliana Jackson, vice president; Bertha Newbrough, secretary; Mildred Hammerstrom, treasurer; Rose Kraft, historian; Sgt. at Anns, Genevieve Klepper and Chaplain Emma Saxtpn; Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, musician. iMr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and the Ralph Bierstedt family enjoyed a picnic at Tuttle Lake Sunday. . Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell enjoyed a picnic at Hugh Walshes the 4lh of July. Helen O'Donnell has left to attend Mankato Business College in Mankato. Rev. and Mrs A. W. Schwandt and family of Ft. Collins spent the week at the Gerald Radjg home and with other relatives in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt were Sunday guests in the Louie Mueller home at Whittemore. • Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mr and JMi-s^MaiTifi 'Meyer and Linda arid'Mr and Mrs Robert Riedel celebrated their father's birthday. It was Mi- Schmidt's 87th birthday. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough were Sunday guests at the Lawrence Newbrough home.' The Happy Homemakers recently met at Che Andrew Thompson home July 4. Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwood and family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family spent the weekend at a cabin on East Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Dennis Flaig, Seymour, were visitors in the Mary Flaig home Saturday. Kenneth and Maurice Flaig of Adair were also home for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen and Kathy were Friday callers in the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen and Mrs Walter "Paulson of West aiid Mrs Algona Mrs Art birthday surprise arrahged f Joan, was enjoyed by relatives. Attending the gathering wero Mrs Elizabeth Loebach, Agn&S and Marie from Whittemore, Mf were. Everett Householder, Mri Smiha Johnson," Mrs Ralph Rie del 'and GttitiS oi Ringsted. Mrs Harden Blanchard and Jonathan Mr and Mrs LeRoy Ennen anc Mervin, Mrs Jim Long, Mrs Rdy Jensen, Mrs Woodrow Pettit Gail, Peggy, and ftichard, Mrs Neomia Marlow. Mr and Mrs Sob,Bates are visiitinig " Eldin week, . , j ' ,. .> * Mr and Mrs Lawrehce-.Gcitzen- auer and family attended the annual Felco meeting at Lake Okoboji, recently. Saturday, lot Ma^tukee « Mis Bfegan a y&at*s .as a Medical , la tetrhnieiah al Dea&onels hospital. * ' Greg Bigger &* fceltevue '&• aft injury recently when he tipped over on a park befifch arid relied down the river bank. He struck a broken -pop bottle as he fell and cut his hand frem the palm to the wrist. * . . , ,. -.1 _^ On Sunday, June 28, at 2:30 p.m., thfe Immanuel Lutheran church ait Titonka was the scene of the wedding of Alice Darlene, •daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward W. Eden of Wesley, to Raymond Franzen, son of'Mr and 'Mrs Herman Franzen of Titonka. Rev. Herman A. Diers performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor. ( length gown of nylon tulle and lace over laffeta.. The bouffant skirt was fashioned with French chantilly lace panels in front and back with a chapel 'train. The sides of the skirt were of tulle and were trimmed with lace medallions that re-embroidered with vsequins. The fitted bodice of chantilly lace-over taffeta featured a sequin trimme'd sweetheart neckline and short *lace sleeves with elbow length tulle mitts. She wore a veil becomingly styled of nylon tulle accented with pearls and sequins and .carried a, white orchid and feathfered ; car-t nations on her white»B,ib;ie.:,~, .,. t [ Marian Eden was maid of hon-, or; and bridesmaids were ' Mrs Larry Garlock and Marriah Hempen. Joyce Culbertson was flower girl. Gregory Finer was ringbearer. Harry Schutter was iest man. Groomsmen were Larry Garlock and Martin Fran- Following the ceremony a reception was held; for 170 guests in the church: parlors. ; Marcella Kelley was in charge ofk• .the guest book. Mrs Robert -Eden and Darlene Franzen .served the punch. After the. couple cut the first piece of the 3-tiered wedr ding cake which' was topped /with petal pink bells, Mrs: Ervin Fahrenholtz' and Mrs Alyin Eden cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Erling Flom and 'Mrs Morris Isebrand poured the coffee. Waitresses were Mrs Ray Matson, Joan Alexander, Jean Isebrand and Marilyn Schlicht. Mrs Ernest Van Weelden, Mrs George zen. Ushers were Robert Eden .Ervin Fahrenholtz.- and Dirksen and Janice Dirksen opened and displayed the gifts. Eight ladies of the church/prepared the lunch with Mrs _F.red Schmidt, in charge. , '-'/ '• '> : ':- . ""•• For going away, the bride chose a soft blue dress of cotton satin with white accessories. She wote the pearl necklace and ear- Vin'gs which were gifts from the bridegroom, and wore the white orchid from her bouquet ,-fcs a •coifsagev: •• ',} ' • "• •-..: " /:,•• .';'. . •Following a two week wedding trip, the couple will be at home on a farm near Titonka. The bride, graduated from Titonka high school and was employed as cashier at Raizes Department Store in Mason City.' The bridegroom -has been farming near Titonka on his-father's farm where they will,live. (UDM Engraving) Mr-and Mrs Orville Smith and Mr and Mrs Henry Bu'rt of Cedar Rapids visited Triday and Saturday in the Mary Flaig home. ; , Mr and Mrs Howard, Bierstedt attended a picnic at the Ferdinand Bierstedt. home'July 4. "Mr and! -Mrs ,"Dale Wegener were'Sunday guest? -&i the Rus- stell Thompson's at' Bunt. Mr and Mrs Art Person and family and Lee Person visited at .the' Reinhold Person home in- Swea City. Wanda Wetzel, who is working in Des Moines, was home for the weeeknd. Mr and Mrs Charles Hallbauer of Sioux City, Janice Zumach of Estheryille spent the weekend at the Art. Zumach home. 4th of July ;gUestsrat >the Art Zumach home were Mrs Da'nford^ Schmidt, and Skip. Sunday, Mr and Mrs .Charles Hallbauer, Janice Zum'ach, Mr and Mrs Art Zuma'ch attended the Peter family ' reunion 'at Boone. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber visited at the Bill Scripple home in Cherokee. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthui visited at the Ira Dutton home in Algona - Sunday. ., Guests at the Edwin Wichten dahls Sunday nite were-Mr and drfch' oi Mr find Mfi tJdrdott Hil &ift of Wesley, spertt'liist. W6el Here with their paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Hil bert. ' ' " > * " ' * Mr and Mrs' John Thill Were Saturday visitors with MrsThul's sister^ Mr .and Mrs Nick .Eischep at St. Benedick;'.^ y <" • ,' * The Friendly Glub artriu.al pic nic was held Isust ,SurMa» at t!H KoSsuth fairgrounds St Algorf with 12 families represented. A Wagner 'family picnic supper was held July 4 v at St. Michael's parish hall 'atid .grounds at Whittemofe., J I ~ Alice • BOJ^nlnni "daughter ot Mr-^nd^MB Ed Bormann, spent the wSeketid ,here' with home folks. Alice is attending summer school at Arties. -Mr-arid Mrs Leo Thilges from Colwell were July 4 visitors here with relatives. , RETURN Mark ' John and his brother Clark John of Long Beach, Calif., formerly of West Fork .-recently made-a visit* to Sheffield after an absence of 75 years. Mark who, is '93•. years old and Clark who is 78 years old drove „ .. • f /~i_1 ! C n ..« i n rt'1 rvitri 1 1 ll^f fr\Y* £» Mrs Wallace MqArthur and RutV Dutton. ' . Mr and Mrs Ervin Heidenwith ol-Swea-City...jtis^ited at _the Dale Wegehers' Thursday" everi'mgf •''," ' Mr and Mrs LeRoy §chrade spent W£dnesda,y in the Florence Schrader home. Mr and Mrs Art Priebe, Billj and Joel, are oh a nine day trip .to the, Black Hills, Yellowston Parkland Glacier-Natiorial Parl in Montana. ' ' Mr and Mrs "Carl Beck anc family were callers in the Roge Long home on\'Sunday. By "Clair Blossom , SAVE OUR FORESTS • Potests co^6f one-foufth ol ihe entits atea ; 6f tk's vast country. They ate. of value through the p rodUce they yield. I n d i r ecl- ly, they influence the 7 1 i m ate, the amount of moisture, quality of the soil, and the health- lulness and beauty * of the country. Fire is ihe enemy of'the forests. Af least 80% of all forest fires are caused by human carelessness. Do your part to prevent this-'disaster and preserve our forests. Save yourself a, lot of bother and possible regret'by insuring now. Let us assist with 'your present » E i I 3 1 r E r n u h h e 1 c 3 rom 'California alone jusi lor a y«« "=> «=«" --- *--- IP-KSIII-P trin insurance program. Bios leasuie tup. Mirance'Asency, 109-N< Mrs :.Mc i/ille/was /ear mern 2kah • lod Pickens i 5 .1 - i' )llie«Pickens of Esther- Street. Algona, Phone recently presented a 65 4-2735. . .- „ bel-ship piti i by the Reb- • - ; -• ; som In>. Dodge CYpress f92"ieaS old 1J ' WANT AOS'' BRING RESULTS ' ' *- .•'•'.- ''-"'. ,_, . . • i Slake Funeral Homes "Understanding ^Service" _ — *• . • ' . Homes At LuYEftNE ' WESLEY 24 Hour Ambulance'Service -Oxygen Equipped '•'- "• "' •-> ' \ '•' ' •', • \ : - f 'i .:. •>* . •— ' i' ''i. 4 '••;• V Robert F. Kain home. Mr Mrs Schilmoeller attended arid the T.OM'S RADIO & TV Mr and Mrs James Schneider will have as guests Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and, Mrs Ward John and children, Larry and Mark. Brenda Sjogren, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Sjogren, and Linda Fredericks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Fredericks were taken to the Okobojis and the camp there. Mr and Mrs Don Sjogren have been visited by the latter's nephew and niece Paul and Lelaine Johnson, of Pommer- oy. Older residents in the vicinity will remember Mrs George Balk, the former Frances C. Steil, daughter of Joe and Theresa Stevl, born here July 24, 1886. Mrs Balk, 72 died June 24 at LeSueur, Minn. In attendance at the services were springs, ivir arm mra iv.v.-»«i- — the following fromi Algona, M'. mcrs of Waterloo and Doris By- and Mrs Joe Balk, Mrs Elizabeth son ol LuVerne. Callers in the' seiier, Duane and Karen, Mrs afternoon were .their son-in-law, Frances Holtzbauer, John riam- and daughter Mr and Mrs Virgil | mer, Rose Huhle, Mrs Simon Wilschusen, of Fort Dodge. i Henry, and Mrs Adrian Hang. ivirs afiuuiiw^"*-* "•- — ,. wedding June 27 at Granville of John Graf, nephew of Mrs Schil- moeller and Cynthia Larson, of Paullina. They also attended a reunion of Mrs Schilmoeller s Helmers had as dinner guests 'Sunday the iormcr's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Ed Helmers, of lludd, the niece and husband Mr and Mrs Charles Smith, of Nora Springs, Mr and Mrs Richard H el- Brant-n spent the weekend in Hackensack, Minn, with Don Jensens. A shower for Norma Bierlo was held in the Academy hall at Whitlomore June 30 at 8 p.m. There were about 175 guests pre- ; sent with Marjorie Il1g registering them. For entertainment the group played 500. Mary Arnclor- fer and Marjorie Jllg helped Norma open her many gifts. Visiting at the Arden Hoveys' the past week were Mr and Mrs Edwin Hovey, Mrs Pearl Cook, Sandra and Michael, Mr and Mrs Merle Felkey and children and Ardell'a Bruhns, all of Kenosha, Wis. Attention Farmers! IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD AIR CONDITIONING MODERN WAREHOUSING A Bernhard and Bierle reunion was held in the home of -Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard on the 4th of July. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch attended the funeral of Mrs Bill Latdimur at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Dowey Morris were guests Sunday in the Herman Kramer home. Mary Ann Dittmer attended the wedding of a friend, Hazel Wellbrack, at St. Peter, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hauck and daughter, Mardell of Hurn- boldt were callers Sunday after* noon in the Mary Genrich home The Lotts Creek Ladies Aic will meet Friday afternoon in the Lotts Creek Lutheran church basement, Mrs Bertha Newbrough, Jan- FACILITIES FOR ALL GRAINS See Us NOW For Storage elle and David, Ruthv Krueger and Mary Genrich visited in. the Dclmar Angus home at Burt July 4. Mr and 'Mrs Dirane Christensen of Cedar Rapids were also there. Mrs Pauline Flaig returned from a trip to Little Rock, Ark. where she visited with, her daughter, Joann and her family. She also visited her father, T. E Lewis, \yhile in New Orleans. •Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn visit ed in the Burt Quinns home a Armstrong Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger'and Permit visited over the weekend .n the Ronald Christensen home at Belgrade, Minn. , . • Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and Mrs Maude Blanchard visited in the Elmer Frank home in Swea City on the 4th of July. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Pauline Flaig enjoyed a picnic dinner with the Dean Jor- ensons on the 4lh in their home at A-l'gona. •Mr and. Mrs Frank Flaig visited in the Earl Acker-mans Sunday evening -in Burt. 'Mrs E. A. Lee, Susan and Mike visited last week in the Mrs Elaine Gladstone home in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs Lee attended the National Education Association meeting in St. Louis. On June 29, M/s Margautt Householder was surprised with a birthday party held in her honor. It was Mrs Householder's 78th birthday. Those attending C Portable, 20-Inch Dominion Window fans ONLY BUDGET ESTIMATE AND BECORD OF FILING County Board oi Education Estimate NOTICE--The County Bourd of Education of Kossuth County. Iowa, will meet July 20. 1951). at 8:00 p.m., ;il the Courthouse. Taxpayers will be heard for or n'gniiiKt the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1. 1980. This is in accordance with Chapter 213, Code oi Iowa, creating a county school system- A. M. Quintard 20-Inch Automatic Electrically Reversible, 3-Speed v Reg. $49.95 FOR YOUR CORN, OATS & SOYBEANS Take-Over Time Is Here Designate Your Grains Now To County Supei-intendent ana . .... • Secretary of the Board fUNUS • o % 31 s»,S. 'n"®» 3-." .cii . w 2 " '•• ra UxiS , . 1 '~ 3, \ Ui i> Expenditu .Year 1857 t. ' »*rf ui £' Expeiiditu Year- .1958' ••• o »a Proposed ExpenditU Estimated •o H <U 0 Estimated Uijencumb Balance Jan. 1. 196 SI E 9 , c § M OS Estimated Other Tlia Taxation 1 f. o <u-Z •£s • O fl "H Amount Necessary raised by iBIBt) Oo. Board ol Education !), 1«. 27.4(J6. 33:250. S(i,070. ' 8.255. 87,815 TOTAL -,, .- SM-18. 27.168. *8.250. 3B.070. , 8,255. 27,{U5 Pistribullon oi Sow4 ot J^ducaUon JJ»pandUur*i ^ PasJ Ycai 1 Proposed 1U58 Ensuing Yea i n««......i /••*... .^ ....i iniiH.i in t\At Reg. $39.95 G.E. FANS NOW 195 PLUS MANY OTHERS*Ta CHOOSE FROM AT -274! Mgr, V Algoiia 4. General Control __________ 'i. Instruction T ..._ ..... ----- .......... ,,,„,„3. Auxiliary Agencies v 'i ---------- ,.,,^. ki ..'- ----- , 4. Cooi'dlncjte Activities ____________ ^--'-- ------ . 5. Fixed Ct&rgcs .... ..... - ----- ..... ------ ..... S. Capital Outlay --------- , ------- J' ..... ------ .-.. 10,010. 7,148. 8.800. • 01. . W5. 14.248. 15.000. 705. 755. 33. 350 TOTALS- .Bo; rd o! .:t.u!i r>.!nd--!lt!m ! to 7 ::b:>\\- 2S.^5S 31i,070.

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