t Al 8 ena (Id.} 0*. Moni Around /4/gona M* and Mfi J. t. Mildit in* children spent from Thursday u«* til Monday fit Iowa City .with the former's fathcn; W. F. Milder, The Creacd Mother and tiausth- ters club will meet Wednesday afternoon, September 9, at the homo of Bernetta Wildln. Peggy Wildin is assisting "hostess. __ x MM Gerald Ferris major surgery at St. Ann hospital Saturday morning. She had been a oatient there for about a week. Mrs Joe Lynch, Sf, has rfttufrt- ed to Algonn after spending the summer with her parents at Virginia, Minnesota. .,.,. Mr and MM Bob Bonnttift were in Iowa City over the weekend visiting the former's father Who is a medical patient at the University hospitals. Drastic Trade -\n Allowances ! ' ' g ' .. We need the room for Westinghouse P i Models! ' " ••-•-' ' ~ Mr and Mrs Merb Honsky and children and Mr and Mrs Henry Gcilenfe'ld and children spent the weekend in the Twin Cities ^and attended the Minnesota State Fair. Mrs Don West, DeS Moines, came here Friday to take her mother, Mrs A. D. Lehman on a two week trip to Cullum and Chicago, 111., where ; they are visiting relatives. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Knst- ine Marie, daughter of Mr and 'Mrs Milton O. Bilyeu, and Lori Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mervin D. Henges. <— o— Sharon and Charlotte Wichten- ahl, ' daughters of Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Lotts .Creek left Thursday evening for nhicaao, Sharon will take an airlines hostess course there. Barbara Lou Baker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Durwood Baker of Ames, 'returned home Friday after a ten day visit here with her grandmother, Mrs Louella Baker. Mr ar^d Mrs Dick Pool and Cindy, Kathy and Karen have returned to their home in Denver, after a visit here with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs Jvm Pool and Mr and Mrs E. S. Kinsey. . •'•• • I ,, —o— The choir at the Presbyterian .church ,,,w|}.U , ? ,jng,|pr the . f|rst •time after .summer vacatiof', on ; Sunday. Rehearsal is this evening (Thursday) at 7:30. Mrs Casey Loss is director of music and Sharon peGroote is organist. Jerry Ferris, Bob Waldera, Harold Amfahr and 'Bob Hentges are among the Algona young people who will attend State University of Iowa a I Iowa City this fall. The young men will share an apartment. All '59 Models Priced From Carol Studer, Jo Ann Diitmer nd Marilyn Ostwald have re- urned from a ten day western rip They visited the Badlands, he Black Hills, D.enver, Gates Park and Colorado Springs. All ,hree young women are employed n downtown offices here. Trade-In Allowance To Mr and Mrs Jim Kolp were hosts on Sunday'to a group of former Morningside college students Guest of honor was Miss Lillian Dimmitt, a teacher there for 65 years/ Miss Dimmitt is ,9< years old. Attending were Mr and Mrs Everett Barr, Mrs Pat Jensen and Mrs Newton Coughenour '•f^£g^&&g$^$^ For A Limited Time Only. Elaine Montgomery arrived home Wednesday from Boulder Colorado, where she spent the summer working in a childrens camp. After a short visit with he parents, Mr and Mrs H. S. Mont gomery she will go to Ame where she will be a sophomore a Iowa State University. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bohannon went to Iowa City Wednesday where Mrs Bohannon was to be itted for contact lenses at the University hospitals. She had surgery for removal of eye cataracts several • weeks ago. She is able to be up and about the louse arid is making good recovery. ! Your Old TV Set I Mr and Mrs H. S. Montgomery and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Tom Montgomery of Rona,.Mp,,.'spent J05t week at Leech L'ake, Minn. The Mont- gomerys Jiavfi a, 17-foot travei- a-ailer which they epjoyed taK- ing on trips.- Earlier in the summer they made a trip of severa weeks to Idaho and other western states v>ith the -trailer, staying a trailer pa'rks at night Marilyn £»eil?r leit Friday morning, for Kibuquevque, Ne% Mexico, to attend the nationa conveption of the Newman club She accompanied Father Gregory Cedar Falls, and three other low State Teachers Cpllege students.. Marilyn had spent, the previous two weeks with her parents, Mr and M«s Julius SeUej and will return to-Cedar Falls for her sen- ifr year at -iOWtt'St^te Teachers. Call Pyfelis Hf pri09 A publia'hfiailng Ibelore representatives of the Commorce Commission on;'the'ma|terj;9f whether or not Milwaukee trams running jrom MastiftQA, i • Wif>. ;lfl Canton, S.D., ^WftJ? •. K^ l 4-h < .ft 0 " nly ' " be discontinued, has been ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^;i*~~~ ? jw i A 11 • OF STOCK UP fOfe THi 1 At (. 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