t-Ala«iKi na.) Upur P« Molrm Thursday, July 9, Records Are Important Pictured above are Allen and Russell Bode, showing how ihey keep 4-H dairy production records on their cows, to members attend lng AHenS RuS startSTnIS work in 1956 and 1957 nance lively, with Holstein dairy heifers. They have exhibited their heifer at the Kossuth Co. Fair and when they freshened this winter, enrollcc them in the Stale 4-H Production Contest. Their parents are Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode of Algona. They belong to the Algona 4-H club led by Bob Mayer and Verl Patterson. . 4-H members interested in enrolling in the Slate 4-H Dairy Production Contest' can obtain enrollment blanks at the county extension office in Algona. All members taking part in the contest win a slate award, according to Robert C. Johnson, assistant county director and in addition become eligible for county dairy award medals and money toward Hie purchase of a purebred dairy heifer. (UDM Engraving). Ley r>Ifly<tf an organ and del of selected hymns. Mrs Rob* rl Beem«r, president of the UPW, welcomed the guests. Devotions were given by Mrs V. A. Barrett; Mrs Henry Dontje, Jr. ang n solo; the speaker of the afternoon was Mrs Odvin Hagen, wife of the professor of music ,at Waldorf College, Forrest City. „ The coffee hour was held in he church basement with Mrs Orville Ruby and Mrs Frauke Schadendorf pouring. Mrs W. E. ..ey and Mrs H. H. Murray were n charge of flowers and decorations. Mrs Andrew Janscn and Mrs Idah Rippentrop were in charge of the guest book. Boy Has Pneumonia. Steven Hertzke, five your old son of Mr and Mrs Charles Hertzke, was a patient at the hospital in Buffalo Center last week suffering from pneumonia. Is Petty Officer Richard Smith, son of Mrs Pearl Smith, who recently won a research grant at the University of Iowa, was notified that he passed the written test of the Naval Reserve and is now a Chief Petty Officer. He attends weekly drills at Iowa City and once each year goes on a two week cruise. Mary Leonard And Don Christ WedAfLakofa Lakota — A beautiful wedding was solemnized June 24 when Mary Jean Leonard. Lakota, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eueene M. Leonard, Wood River, Nebraska, became the bride of Don L. Christ, son of Mr and Mrs George Christ of Lakota. Msgr. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona. Sister Ricardo played the nuptial music and accompanied Larry Leonard, soloist. The bride wore a floor length gown -of nylon organza stylec with 'fitted bodice and pleatec neckline trimmed with sequin 1 and pearl on French chantilly lace on neckline and sleeves. The skirt was full bouffant with a panel of lace on both 'sides of th< front. It was over taffeta will tiered underskirt of net. She wort short tulle mitts, and petal vei of pure silk illusion tulle held b: , a Swedish cornet of flash em ibellished with sequins and pearls Her flowers were pink sweet heart roses, stephanotis and rosebuds on satin lace ribbon in cascade fashion. She carried a rosary, a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs Donald Gannon was matron of honor. Panela Boyle was flower girl. Donald Gannon was best man; Duane Christ and Daryl Christ ».were ushers. A reception was held at the Algona hotel. Carmeron Cook and Carolyn Ley and Darrel Claybough were in charge of the gifts, Mrs Ronald , Richardson had the guest book, Mrs A. J. Budlong served the punch, Mrs H. H. Murray and Mrs H. D. Mussmen cut the cake and Mrs A .C. Schissel poured. The bride is a graduate of the Wood River high school, St. Mary College in Omaha and received her B. A. degree from the Mount Marty College, Yankton, South Dakota. For the past three years she has been the vocal music instructor In the Lakota school. The n-idegroom graduated from Lako- a school and attended engineer- ng school in Texas and served wo years in the armed forces, le owns and operates Don's Mill- ng Service at Lakota. The couple went to Canada on heir wedding trip. The couple ivill be at home in Lakota, where she will again teach this fall. Marriage Announced Mr and Mrs Justin Berhow of Dakota announce the marriage of their daughter, Mildred Elaine, to Lawrence Heiderscheidt, son 'oi Mr and Mrs Mike Heiderscheidl of Algona, June 23 at 2 p.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. The attendents were Mrs-. Donald Knedler and the bridegroom's brother. Immediately following the cer emony a reception was held a the Mike Heiderscheidt home fo 60 guests The bride was graduated frorr Lakota high school and attended Hamilton Business College at Ma son City. She has been employe at Algona. Mr Heiderscheidt J employed by the Universal Mfg. Co., at Algona. They will live in Algeria after a short trip. Club Tours City Last Friday morning 14 ladies of the Lincoln Township Farm Bureau Homemakers drove to Mason City for a tour of. that city. Ladies making the trip were VIesdames Lyle Patterson, Carl Hiemstra, Arthur Wirtjes, Louis Wingert, Otto Hertzke, Donald Clapper, Charles Hertzke, Alfred Julius, John S. Rippentrop, Steve Tjaden, John V. Dornbush,, Ed- Little Girl Injured Dawn Groff, youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff fe)l at their home last Friday and broke or collar bone. She is getting long nicely. Visitors this week at the Ed ,ooft home are Mr and Mrs Don- ild Looft and children of Alcx- ndrio, Virginia. Mr and -Mrs I. E. Wortman pent last weekend at the Wade Ball home in Wheeling, Missouri Sherry Claybough, student nurse at the Kahler school o Cursing in Rochester, spent the weekend at the parental Floyd 31uybaugh home. Mr and Mrs Arvid Christ and 'amily of Scarville and the Mik Christ, Jr., family spent Father' Day at the parental Mike Christ Sr., home. Sunday guests at the Michae Christ, Jr. home honoring Mickii James on his sixth birthday wer Mr and Mrs James Koons and sOHs, Douglas and Steven of For est City and his grandparents Mr and Mrs Mike Christ, Sr., of Lakota. Friday afternoon the following ladies had a coffee party at the Elsie Baum home for Elsie and honoring Mrs John Opheim with a small baby shower. Mrs Opheim, who cares for Elsie will be leaving at the end of July, Mrs A. C. Schissel, Mrs W. E. Ley and. her mother, Mrs Opal Wheeler, Mrs C. R. Smith, Mrs H. H. Murray, Mrs H. D. Mussman and Mrs W. M . • • • They Told Me We'd a Set of Ahiminumwaie ((•W«M«»««"i^™^«««*««^l«B«i*M*l««*M*«M"««*«"" ill * B ' l " i- ""' — ^" — •""•^ ••••••••^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ IF THEY COULD PUT SIDING OR ROOFING ON OUR HOUSE SO I SIGNED THE PAPERS * * * » * * I* * WARNING! The 'Itinerant Salesmen' And 'Peddlers' Are Again Out On The Road! vvard Sheldahl, and Lucy Melz. Annual 4-H'Trip The Lakota Lads Alvin Boettcher 4-H Club held their annual club tour June 18. The club members and their families visited each home and inspected the 4-H projects. Dean Barnes, county extension director, was a guest. The tour ended at the Richard Friet's home and had a pot luck picnic super Hold Guesi Day Last Thursday 125 ladies- from eight churches ,.in. ..surrounding communities registered for the Guest Day held at the Presbyter ian church. The program, was held in the sanctuary of the church with Mrs I. E. Wortman presiding Mrs J. E. Ukena and Mrs W. D. Announcing The Appointment Of D. Ley. Mr and Mrs B. E. Corey and Mr and Mrs Alex Oachs of Herman, Minnesota, were Friday and Saturday visitors at the John furst home. Mr and Mrs Ted Thilges and amily and the S. L. Powers fam- ly were Sunday evening dinner uests of Mr and Mrs William .arkin at Mankato, Minnesota. Weekend guests at the J. W. Jook home were his brother and family, the Bart Cooks of Soldier. Carl Garrett spent Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in Buffalo Center and a Mason City hospital undergoing examinations and treatment. TVIrs H. D. Mussman was honored on her birthday, Friday noon at a luncheon at the A. C. Schissel home. Present were Mrs W. E. Ley, Mrs H. H. Murray and Mrs C. R. Smith. Mr and Mrs Harlan Hertzke and sons of Buffalo Center were Sunday dinner guests at the parental J. A. Dorenbush home. Mr and Mrs A. C. Bierstad and sons, Gerald, James and 'Steven and their daughter Gwen and Leon Kramer of Minneapolis, were Sunday evening supper guests at the Hugo Mittag home at Webb, Iowa. Suzanne Jansen of Bancroft spent several days last week visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Jan- Mr and Mrs Ray Hertzke and I Mr and Mrs Paul ''Hertzke took the formers daughter, Shelda, to Ruskin Heights, Kansas City, Mo. on Sunday, where Shelda will begin her work as Parish Worker at the Ruskin Heights Lutheran church there. Mr and Mrs Lamont Jansen and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost, Minnesota and Mr and Mrs Russel Winter were Sunday evening picnic supper guests at the Andrew Jansen home. LIKE THE GRIZZLY BEAR, THE 'ITINERANT SALESMAN 7 COMES OUT ,QF HIBERNATION EACH YEAR WITH THE ADVENT OF WARM WEATHER. LIKE THE BEAR, THEY ARE 'HUNGRY' AFTER A LONG TIME WITHOUT FOOD, AND THEY ARE ON THE ROAD NOW . . . 'PEDDLING' EVERYTHING FROM HOUSE SIDING JOBS AND HOUSE AND BARN ROOFING JOBS TO FARM FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS AND CESSPOOL DREDGING. • • , IN MANY CASES, TO 'CLOSE A DEAL' THESE PEOPLE OFFER ' SHINY PREMIUMS' . . .JUST FOR SIGNING UP. AND IN MANY CASES, THE fcdNTRACT YOU SIGN FOR WORK YOU EXPECT DONE IS "LOADED" WITH FINE PRINT, WHICH AGAIN IN MANY CASES PROTECTS NOT YOU-THE BUYER, BUT WHICH CONTAINS AN 'OUT' FOR THE VENDOR. SUCH HOME IMPROVEMENT WORK AS NEW SIDING ON A HOUSE, OR A RE-ROOFING JOB, OR CHIMNEY REBUILDING, IS TOO IMPORTANT FOR A HASTY DECISION MADE AS A RESULT OF HIGH-PRESSURE SALESMANSHIP. IN THIS FIELD, THE LOCAL FIRMS REPRESENTED BELOW ARE ENTIRELY CAPABLE OF FURNISHING YOU WITH ANY OF THE MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP YOU CAN SECURE ANYPLACE ELSE. THESE FIRMS ARE YOUR FRIENDS-PEOPLE YOU KNOW-AND THEY ARE PART AND PARCEL OF OUR COMMUNITY. SO, IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN THE ACT OF MAKING A 'HASTY DECISION', TAKE TIME TO THINK IT .'OVER. YOU CAN VERY LIKELY 'DO BETTER' RIGHT AT HOME ! — flHWHS^SSBSSi^ vwSEa 1 <w «B»«r" -sxtafsaf «BWW»«* Sponsored In The Public Interest By The Following Firms: Dale Lockwood Burt, Iowa As Sales Representative In This County For Kidman's Feeds Manufactured By Kidman's Standard Stock Powder Co^ : Of Des MoSnes Quality Products For Over 65 Years LEDYARD NEWS Mrs Frieda Frey visited at the home of her daughter Stella and I family at Bradgate. The Everett Thompson family went to Waterloo Sunday to at tend a family reunion. Mrs Lillian Brack accompanied her daughter, Mrs Walter Miller and Priscilla to St. Cloud Saturday where they visited over the weekend at the home of Mrs Brack's sister, •Mrs Fred Dutton took her mother, Mrs Edith Cordennan to Fort Dodge on Sunday where they attended the Corderman reunion. Judy Roseboro, who is in nurses training in Rochester, spent the weekend «t the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clayr ;on Roseboro, 'Mr and Mrs John Brandt returned home a week ago from California where they had gone" to visit their daughter Jeane and her husband. ^tr and Mrs E. A- Carpenter and Ann, Mrs Mary Bashara, Rosalyn, and Tom, Mrs Hazel Carpenter; Mrs Gertrude Wiemer and Mrs Frieda Frey went to B&rt on Sunday afternoon and attended open house at the Methodist church honoring Rev. Samek on his birthday. LUMBER CO. So. Phillips St. Algona LUMBER CO. CY 4-2619 H ROHSON 821 No. Main Algona ' CY 4-4482 BUILDING SERVICE Hwy. 169 No. Algona CY 4-4369 LLER LUMBER CO. 109 So. Lantry Algona CY 4.2536 CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. 202 No. Lantry Atgona CY 4-4266 CONTRACT FOR HOME IMPROVEMENTS WITH A LOCAL FIRM ~ WHO STANDS BEHIND THE CONTRACT!
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