•' ' l *\ I "HfV- . V/;*>'^ Salz, pictured above, the liter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Of Whlttembre, became the *8f George Kjar of "Hum-, Monday of last week, in a tony performed in St. Mich- s', Church, Whittemore, • by the *'' : wm. Veil. .The young cou- AtVill be at home near Rod- after a short honeymoon. - _ i in Des Moines— *fends of Mrs| Myrta West of ty, have rebeived announce- ems of the marriage of her tighter Virgina Joyce to Albert Hollingshead, Sunday, April ,S't Des Moines. The Wests are nier well known- Algonians, rsl West's husband being the Bob West, who died several f yfatfs ago at Perry. si-Nuptial Shower "Irs. Max Bartholomew gave a Hscellaneous shower Wednesday ft'ernoon complimenting Mrs. jpflest Enfinson, the former Mar- •L&W PeliSek'. n.urc ,.:anfci* were Mesdame's J« WnSonV'avik 'Smith.HeVniah -Lin- aefhdn, Jdhh.Sc-hUlZ, find WillMft' Hof of LuVerne. The afteTTtoon was speftt playlrtg card*. 3ft. 8. fi, GI ift Ma§t!«9— The R. S. B. G, met ' evening with Mrs. waiter „„ assisted by Mrs/Alma Nelson'.' 'tor a bfief business meeting, evening was spent socially. feard Olub Hdstess— Mrs. Walter Zentner cntertairi ed the members of her card club', Wednesday afternoon. Prizes; Were won by Mrs/ Ted JobnSbh and.Mrs. Ezra Blanchard, high ahd low ucores respectively. A. Birthday Mrs. George Stewart Sr. entertained Thursday afternoon, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Emma Dehnert, Guests were Mrs. Gertrude Chipman, Mrs. Edna Shiltz, Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and Mrs. Wai-, ter Klamp. The afternoon '$£§ spent at sewing, and after Mrs.' Dehnert opened her gifts, lunch; was served. ''. Sharon Johnson, 8— ; Ms. Ruby Johnson gave a party Wednesday afternoon in, cele-, bration of ; the eighth birthday of her daughter Sharon, guestSfbe^ ing Judy Bowman, Sharon rind' Betty Sloter, Nancy Geilenfeld and Darlene Skogstrom. Games were played and the afterriooh: clpsed with the serving of birthday cake and ice cream. Plum Ctefek tudy group held ite April Wefet- m at Mrs. Waltef- Blelefi'S. As- iisting hostesses were Mrs. Ed fcfpkm Mrs, 'Claude 8eele*y and tu. Kyle Keith. '* America the Beautiful tons fuftg as opening number. Rdll Kail was "changes 1 plan to make m my garden". .'' The .mefhbers were asked to list topics they would like to «aVe carried out in extension lessons next year. !,' Mrs. Randall Clark in a most dble manner, presented Ihe les- 'aon, "Varieties of Fruits and Vegetables suitable for Freezing^. She stressed the importance of proper preparation and (juick freezing. Mrs. Clark coh- 'dluded the lesson with a garden -§uiz, winner being Mrs. Bob •Harrison. ^Fun time, in charge of Mrs. Trim Sampson, consisted of several stunts, everyone taking part. The meeting closed With a plant of bulb exchange. Lunch was served to 28 women and ten children. Mrs. Sam Medih Was a guest. The "Delphian" club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. G. Norton. Mrs. Mabel *Paxson gave the program, a talk on 'Magazines in the Library". •Plans were made for the annual picnic at the Gilmore picnic grounds. "500" Party "Hosts— v Mr. and Mrs.. John Simon entertained at a "500" party''Sun- day evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerbcr and- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson won the high score prizes. / . ;• Vl«U i Mr. and Mrs. Albert WittkdW: afld Alfred. Mr. and Mrs. G, R. Wittkopf, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin' Wittkopf and Mrs. /Ida Zumach jjnd Ella, all of Algona, went to' Mafshalttown Sunday, April 18> to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred KoK- sieck. Mrs. Kossierk is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf. They ail returned Sunday' evening except Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, who arrived home Wednesday night, April 21. Quests at Feller's— Dinner guests last Thursday at the Harry Fclter home irt Plum Creek township were Mrs. 'Horace Magnusscin and three .children of Lansing, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Elbert and family of near Algona. Mrs. Magnusson, the former Edythe Roe- cler, is spending Iho week visit* ing her sister, Mrs. Chester Wil-' ley, and other friends^ in this area. 'Charles City Visitor- Mrs. Virgil Smith went to Charlos City last week for a few days visit with hot- daughter and .son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hariey 'Peters. A Sunday Outing— • Mr. and Mrs. Glen Slrayorand "Butch", Mr. and Mrs. 'R. D. •Hutchins, and Mr. and Mrs. Les •Godden spent Sunday at Swan Lake and Emmetsburg. »** < -* t , f lH.. Allen Slicke« e«(l«»ilth-: *d,Monday afternoon in cele.br-fl-i; ;i6ft 'Of her son Randy's *etoJftd jiftftday. Guests were fedb Mflr- ; tin, .Mike Smith, Susan McOffew,: CJafV Kelley, and the respective, friothers, Mrs. Leon Mftrtin, iMfS. 'Craig Smith, Mrs. W. E. iMc- Qfew, and Mrs. Russell Kelley. "Mariners" Club The "Mariners club of ;the iPresbyterian church met 'last iWJeek Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin and Mr. and. MrSi'W. F. Col well were the refreshments committee,, and the program was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsott .and Mf. and Mrs. Don WeaVer. Sen. <D. E. Dowel was guest speaker. This week Tuesday a group .bf the club members went to Fonda :to assist in the launching of a Mariners ship there. . Guests of Kuypers— The Rnv. and Mrs. Gilbert iKuyper had as guests Sunday the. former's parents, Mr. artd Mrs, John Kuyper, his brother ;and s'isler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. iElinor Kuyper and son, and his sister Mary Xtiyper, .all of Al-' bert Lea, Minn. Wendell Patterson came fifom Oyer, Ind., for the weekend -atld' took his wife and little .daughter Sheila home following theii- visit of a week : at- thej 'parental •Charles Patterson >—•""- "' . .Julius Kuftz Aha her. cousih, Esther Bufke, lateefflfttory techniciaft at 'lh« Mftyo oliftid, 1 Rochester, Minn., are leaving Friday for L6hg Beach, 0alif.. ahd after a 'Vacation 'there bf three weeks will -return, accompanied by Mary Adine, daughter of Mrs. Kunz, who has been there the past -few months. Mrs. Cowan 'Hosiers— Mrs. H. R. Cowan entertained members of tHfe':Q/;jM. 'O. 'Bridge club Friday flfterrtoion. They •also .observed the birthday of Mrs. George St. John. Mrs, P. J. Albrook, Watertown, S. D., who is visiting her father, Rev. John Clyde and his wife, was a guest. C» C. Director?.' Dinner— The directOi-s' dinner and kickoff party for the 1948 Country, club season has been set for next Sunday evening, May 2, at 6:30 p. m. at the club. Reservations should be made by noon, Saturday, with Ralph Miedke, manager. A program of entertainment, music and special events is being planned. 6. D. Aliens Are Hosts- Mr, and Mrs. G. D. Allen entertained theif Bridge club Saturday evening which also com- jbitted a'farewell for Mr. and Mrs. ':Chick" Long, who are leaving .Soon for Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and ! Mrs. Harry Greenberg won the high score-prizes. NO. 93 OF A SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County -A<»»v 4.-.J,,, .-s?;,,",*; GJdRGE "WAGNER ' As thai million dollar rain was gently falling last week, we found our way to the,George Wagner place ., in Rive»dale township, and found George taking a little test'from ihe intensive Held work of the sunny days 'before. Before going into the kitchen to visit • with George, of course we had to look over his stock, of little baby pigs. George Wagner owns 130 acres, which he purchased'/five >years ago when he came to Riverdale from Irvingion;'where he had previously farmed for 12 years. Mrs. Wagner is the former Amalia Illg of Riverdale township, and the Wagners have three children, two boys and a daughter. Franklin, 15, attends St. Joe hi, and Shirley, 12 and John, 7,' both go to school ,-al St. Joe. > Gedrge is putting about 65 acres into corn, 15 into beans and the rest small grain and pasture. He is raising 170 pigs this year. He felt pretty good over the rain that was falling during our visit, Mrs. Wagner told us George's hobbies are fish: ing and cards, and that he'looked right then as though \ 'he Were planning a little fishing trip. Nine but often successful men, " Might never have sue- ceeded, But when in need- the Bank agreed fo lend them what was needed, I ilWA S TAT IS ^ tSVr Stiff on d ' aifcMPRE, CMfeisr RQV Ant SH ,•••••' '• •"•,.: - s be held on ASgona's Stale •LED BY- •.:' 50-Piece una UNDER DIRECTION MR. RUSSELL OUSTER AND Algona Fire Department . W4!t Proceed Down State Street to Algona Business Section Where New Cars and Truck* t WIN Be on Display fer Two Oaytf Porade to Start at 11:00 A. M. Wed,, May 5 Pi AN TO BE IN ALGONA NEXT Cars and Trucks Will Be Exhibited by the Follow- ing :firrhs: • '" ' • ALLEN MOTOR CO. Chrysler and Plymouth ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Pohtlac and inferhatibnal trucks BRADLEY BROS. GMC Trucks DAU'S OARAGE Olcbmobile HEINIE FISHER OARAGE kais«r-Fras«r HOENK MOTORS K€NT -MOTOR CO. KOSSUTK MOTOR CO. Chevrolet XlRK AUTO CO, $ufek ' . 5CHUITZ PROS. Tuesday, April 3», 1946 V ' " * ., 'HigOfHa *U pjHflr Joan Miller's sun- fun and fancy- free for a summer of activity. Yarn- died Bates cham- •bray in muted Jon- gs. Cin n a m o n , •Fern Green, o r Daffodil. SIZES 9 TO 15 $14.95 for fun! You'll always be ready , ' for any outdoor j)l ' with Jeanriles Ovtf, The We« blue ;'•" pedal pu«h*tt- ',', Made of tough SahforBe'd-•, Honim ftlov a >^'^i*»lrVl4alt>aK%' ''" pockets, the belt;fo3p« i tacked double-! orange • SIZES 7 TO tacked, and a (I -Mtm '•»*',/ •' double-stitched with Vat 4y*4 * orange thread. ' i * ^ "*,i " Right out of the pages of, "CAllING ALL GIRLS" . . . You will love the rippling ruffles along the scoop neckline, and the new twirling, drum skirt . . "Cream puff sleeves" ... new cummerbund belt N«w Dointy Print on Whit. Ground ,j^ ?
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