I-ALOONA .«*tl THUMP**, MAY 5, Around Algona ty tttflTA DIDRIKSfN Phon* 295*2605 4IMHI Mr. and Mri, Harold Walk.r, Detovaiu Minn., visited his sis' ter, Mrs. R. 0. Bjustrom, Suti* day evening, Mr. and Mrs. Cacil MeGinnU and the latter's sister, Mrs. Ju« lift Taylor, returned Saturday night from a week spent at Branson, Mo., during which Cec fished at Table Rock Lake. They also visited the Shepherd of the Hills country and Silver Dollar City while there. Savaral Algona young coupltt spent the weekend at the Har- oltt Cowan cottage at Okoboji, driving over Saturday afternoon and back Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puffer had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Herman^;Fischer, of Meservey, cousins of Mrs.^Puffer. Calvin T«ch««tr, r Eagla Grove, accbhipahiedfby his mother, Mrs. Joe Tschetter and her son Glenn, drove to Huron, S.D. on Saturday' to see Mrs. Tschet- 111111II11 H11111111111 It 1111 It 11 WALT DISNIY'S ANTIMAf 10 FANTASY "iAMil" THURSDAY -FRIDAY - SATURDAY AT ALOONA THEATM ter's father, Burton Lounsbury, who is critically ill at a hospital there and remained in a coma. They returned home Sunday evening. Mri. M. J, McC.II l*ft Sunday to make her home in Omaha. Her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith, came to assist in the sale of household goods conducted by Mrs. Lampright on Saturday and took her back with them. They have recently completed the building of a new home to which they added an apartment for Mrs. McCall and furnishings for it were sent from her home here. - Mri. Willia Crail was to bo released early this week from St. Ann hospital where she was taken on Sunday of the previous week after suffering a heart attack.. V • •. .:''••_ -J , . .-••:. .: Dr. Karl Hoffman and his dental assistant, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, drove to Des Moines Saturday for the annual meet- Sflnday Thru Tuesday STARLITE MAY 8-9-10 - V , >>» ' DRIVE IN /^ IN HFR MOST DELICIOUS DELIGHT! AUDREY HEPBURN REAKFAST SECOND BIG FEATURE mmm Plan Now To Atttnd Our Friday Th« 13th Show DRIVE-IN . THEATRE \ A L COW A IOW/V WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY — MAY 4 - 5 - 6 • 7 FMST RUN NOORAII YOUVE SEEN EVERYTHING? ...ThaKWhat You Think!...Now TryThts! PLUS THIRD BIO SHOCKER THURSDAY IS... BUCKNITE' YOl/n. CAR AND Ml ITS OCCUPANTS at ADMITTED fUR ONE BUCK 'A aOLLAK TO YOU ) ing of the Iowa Dental Associ c,tion in session through Wednesday. Mrs. Anderson is secretary of the state organization of assistants who met at the Kirkwood Hotel. Dental meetings were held at Veterans' Auditorium. Dr. Leroy Strohman . went down for the Monday session. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Pannkuk and children came from Minneapolis to spend the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Fred Pannkuk, and returned home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and hor sister, Rose Scanlon, drove to Minneapolis on Sunday with the 'ormer's son-in-law and daughter, the Cliff Livedalens who come for them. Then on Tuesday the two Algona women flew to Washington, D.C. where they are visiting Mrs. Koolhaas' sons Dean, Vernon and- Robert and the two latters' families. They will also visit the son Phil at Richmond, Va., planning to be away for a month and will fly back to Minneapolis on return. —Thursday • Friday 9:05. 3:05 ; - 7:00 - "Bambi" at 7:00 —Saturday "Bambi" 1:00 9:06':. '':' •-•. it- ;•»! ;*,'/ . -Sunday •-" :•;•*•' *". -iP "When Boys Meet The Girls" 1:30-3:39-5:48-7:57- v -'? —Monday Thru Wednesday " : "When Boys Meet The Girls" 7:00-9:09 granddaughters, Debbie, Wanda, and Vicki Booth; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey. Also Mr. and Mrs. James Steven and son Bryan, Minneapolis, David Steven, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kies, Charles City. The parental Harvey Stevens remained at Alden for this week at their daughter's home. .mitz, lived til the Lakota area and taught in Kowuth County schools for several years. Her husband was a Lakota dentist and they were married in Algona by Rev. Smiley on May 13. 1916. She te president of the Mesa Garden Club and has writ> ten her sister of the number of prizes her flowers were awarded at the recent three day flower show there. Larry Johnson took his par* ehts-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, John Thompson, to Des Moines Frl' day and Mr. Thompson entered Veterans' Hospital where he was to undergo a series of tests beginning Monday. Mrs. Thompson remained in Des Moineft near the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook colo* brated their Golden wedding an* niversary on Sunday afternoon beginning with a family dinner at Van's Cafe which included 30 relatives and Rev. and Mrs. N. M. Coughenour. The group had attended church service together. Many .guests called during the afternoon at a reception held in the Methodist '• church dining room. Among Mends from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Husemoller with Mr. and Mrs. R L. Hayes, Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank, Mrs. Wallace McDougall, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie, Ma.- Mr. and Mrs. Del Lar- Girls State Mass for their spedai attention, Both are life long community residents and havt. Mv«d ^wi heir farm since their marriage. They have two daughter*, three sons, and 2 Ottoson — Arlys Ann Wehrs pann, 16, oldest of six children of the Allan Wehrspahns has been selected by the Leist Veer kamp Legion Auxiliary to at tend Girls State. She is a junior at the Twin Rivers high school and participates in track, soft ball, and basketball. She plays French horn in the concer band. She is a member of Peace Lutheran church and Walther League of West Bend. , . They are Mrs. Deatt tXxkto, Al gona, Howard, Marion, Marvin and haas. gflrottirteiit reports wew due May 2nd. Richard Berte oave a demonstration and a re- on Algona 4-tt Day was gi« by Wchafd Berte and Kenj neth Erpeiding. 4-H camp will with F Mike and Allan, all at home, Debbie and Murl Dodds, na. < : •'• •• ;, " • ILLG REUNION An Ulg ftunily reunion was held May 1 at Stubb's Ranch Kitchen at Spencer and present were the Joseph lllgs, Farl< bault, Minn., August lllgs, Sla- tpn, Minn., Aloysious lllgs, Avo- oa, Minn., and Vincent lllgs Currie, Minn.; Mrs. Rosalia Ulg, Edward Ulg, the Harold lllgs, Donald lllgs, Herman lllgs, GeOrge Wagners, Harold Redings, Alfred Redings, and Harold Friders, all from here; the Francis lllgs, Whittemore, Joel Redings, LuVerne, Gerald Kirsches, Wesley, Mark Kollas- ches, Britt and Dale Chicoines, Jefferson, S.D. TROJANS MEET St. Joe Trojans met at Ray Berte's. The pledge of allegi Berte and Marvin Kohlhaas to Attend, The *H pledge was led by Steve Berte. Luncn was served by Mrs. Ray Berte, Reporter is Marvin Kohlhaas, WEST BEND SHOWER Joyce Montag was given a pre-nuptial shower in ht. Peter and Paul Parish Hall, West Bend, Sunday with relatives and friends from here attending. She is a daughter of the Leo F. Montags; West Bend, and will marry Thomas Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann, St. Joe, June 11 in St. Peter and Paul Catholic church in West Bend. Mrs. Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn., and Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona, were Thursday visitors at John Thul's. Mrs. Casper Kayser had accompanied Mrs. Anna Weydert, Waseca, Minn., to Algona where she also visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cook, Ma son City, were weekend guests at the Gilbert Hargreaves home and for a dinner Sunday which honored their host on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knowlton, Liitchfield, Minn., visited at the J. B. Asa home from Sunday through Thursday of last week and ou Tuesday the two couples were dinner guests at the Ray Kranitz home in Titonka. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asa were the Fred Asas, Ray Cunninghams,' Gordon Davidsons of the Doan area; the Philip Asas and -Lee Ann Baa de, Titonka, and the Jerry Haz- ieitts, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. George Grubb stopped with Algona and Wesley relatives recently while en route from Phoenix to their Minnesota camp, Little Bit O' Heaven, Hackensack, from which .they have sold a few individ^ ual cabins. Mrs. Harry Potter got home last Thursday after an extended absence. She and her sister, Mrs, Wm. Campbell, of Robbinsdale, Minn., went together by bus to Irving, Tex., near Dallas, where they spent three months with the V. R. Sorflat- ens, Mrs. Potter's daughter's family. Mrs. Campbell also visited relatives at San Diego while son, Cresco; Mrs. Magnus Lichter, Burt. Relatives from out of town included: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gillingham, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harvey, Robbinsdale, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harvey, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter and daughter Gwen, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Burt; the Raymond Nelson family, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schichtl, Mar- shaMtown; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schichtl, Britt; Mrs. B. Spangler, Corwith. . , New officers of the Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild elected at their dinner meeting on Monday, April 25, are as follows: President, Mrs. Glenn Seger; vice president, Mrs. Fred Erickson; recording secretary, Leona Smith; treasurer, Mrs. Lewis Lynk; Membership cultivation, Mrs. R. -W,. Anderson; Co-ordina- tor, Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom; Social relations, Mrs. Leo Steven; Mis- away. They returned together; I si(MTaTy education and service, stopped to sea the Edward Zen- ders at Omaha and their sister, Gladys Chapman and her husband,- iii Fort Dodge; then Mrs": Campbell went home from there and Mrs. Potter came on to Algona. While at Irving, she was Mr. and Mrs. Lyle (Bud) An- visited by Mr. and Mrs. A. Bi derson flew Sunday from Des Moines to Las Vegas and will return on Saturday. During their vacation Mr. and Mrs. C. L Schoby are in charge at the lolonial Motel. Kahn, of Cheyenne, Wyo., who ivere enroute to Florida. Mrs. Kahn is bsst remembared here as the former Ruby Potter, and s a sister of Dr. L. R. Potter. A Mother-Son Banquet, the [irst of its kind, was held in the Methodist dining room last Thursday evening, sponsored by the WSCS and served by Methodist Men. The theme was Fishing; nut cups were small canoes, paper fish, and little men made from pipe cleaners, along with fish bowls, were table decorations. Mrs, James Andreasen was toast mistress, Glenn Tschetter gave a Salute to Mothers, Mrs. Kirk Hayes, a Tribute to Sons, and there was music by a quartet of young boys and a school trio, high Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didrik sen returned Thursday evening from a trip to the Ozarks, going as far south as Arkansas. They stopped overnight enroute home with their son Roger's family in Des Moines. The Jason Etheringtons are now living at 710 S. Moore after staying for a time with his parents,' the Clifford Ethering- tons, when they first arrived here. Jason is associated with the Algona Radio station KLGA. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore are driving to Sioux Falls and will fly from there tomorrow morning to Mesa, Ariz. Next Sunday, May 8, Mrs. Moore's sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt, will celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary at a Mesa Methodist church. Their only daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sohrader, of Postville, flew from Chicago yesterday for the event. Mrs, Brandt, the former Edith Stein- Mrs. Flora Tiss. Program materials, Mis. Law rence Hutzell; Spiritual Life cultivation', Mrs. Glenn Graham; publicity, Mrs. Curtis Haahr; Supply work, Mrs. Wilbert HoU- dorf; nominating committee: Mrs. Linnea Hiserodt, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, Mrs. Gordon Schmidt. The last meeting of the year for Wesleyan Guild will be on May 23. Members of the local group who attended their Conference meeting on Sunday at Storm Lake were Mrs. Seger, Mrs. Lynk, Mrs. Graham and Miss Smith. Research team to visit high school A research team for the university college of medicine at Iowa City will visit Algona high school May 10 at 1 p.m. gathering data on a statewide study of nutritional status of .students, Algona is one of 18 schools to be visited. The team travels in a mobile laboratory "camper." The team is headed by a doctor 25th wedding observed by St. Joe couple St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas had their 25th wedding May 1 with open house at their home. There were 300 guests registered with their children hosts. Many relatives and friends assisted. Following the 8 o'clock Mass Sunday the Kohlhaas family, the John Thuls and Herman Plathe were breakfast guests of Mrs. Kohlhaas's sister, the Milford Plathes. The Kohlhaases were married April 29, 1941, in St. Joseph's Catholic church with Mrs. Milford Plathe and Wilfred Kohlhaas attendants by Rt. Rev Msgr George Theobald, now of Spirit Lake. Mrs.' Kohlhaas, the former Amanda Thul, daughter of the John Thuls, and Ray mond Kohlhaas, son of the K L. Kqhlhaases with their family and other relatives attended ance was led by Allan Kohl- with relatives. .NOTICE! s"-•;: ;•;; ' •' ;; .' •:,.;,' .". § ALL LAW OFFICES IN KOSSUTH | COUNTY WHL CLOSE ALL DAY 1 | SATURDAYS, MAY Thni SEPTEMBER. | KOSSUTH COUNTY I BAR ASSOCIATION SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 Spsecial Mother's Day Program »h» AOVANCVi Mrs. H«rv«y Sttvan celebrat ed her 85th birthday on Sunday and in honor of the event a fam ily dinner was held at the home of the daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgins, in Alden. Going from here were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven and son Craig who took the Harvey Stevens with them; Mr. and Mrs. keo Steven with three 13 other mpdels $100 to $295 MAY IS Demonstration A Showing Faithfully ampli- AI«Ona Het«l lies the <d sounds you Tu««. May 10 ni*s with many ie«ring f icfc. 9 a.m. fO UPOrt "Royoity" pf hearing ald» ifrvlcf f«r mo»t makci — VoM *re invited to come In. AUDIPHONE CO., INC. 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