SHIRLEY HANSEN TO WED COR WITH YOUTH JUNE 1 \ Wesley:- Friends and relatives have received invitations to the wedding of Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen, and Sgt. Robert E. Genung, U. S. M. C., oE Corwith. The candlelight ceremony will be performed by Rev. J. A. Riggs in the local Methodist church Wednesday, the 6th of June, at 8:30 p. m. A prenuptial shower will "be held for (the bride-to-be 'Friday evening June 1st in the church parlors. , « rected 'by Mt. fiysseft, wa's 6ft£ ,6'i the fttain evetls of the* my Fete, Which is one df the loveliest af Return to Colorado George and Norman Johnson and the latter's son. Charles, loft over the week-end for their homes at Denver, Colorado, following a week's visit with their sister, Mrs. J. L. Haverly, and family here, and another sister, Mrs. Will Becker and family at Algona. Mrs. Matilda Johnson, of Grand Junction, Colo., who came with her sons will remain for a longer visit with her daughters. Father Ives, of Sioux City, said the masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday. Ray Ricke was seriously ill with pneumonia and complications over the week end. Rose Lloyd and "Bub" Ash. of Charles City, were Wesley visitors over the week end. Neal Sherman and Tom Garman went to Fort Snelling Tuesday for their pre-induction physical examination. Irene Hanig observed her 16th birthday Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hipperley and family of Britt were Sunday guests at the George Hanig home. Margaret Flom came home Saturday night from Fort Dodge where she tought the past year in a public school. She has been rehired for next year.' Mrs. Viola Studer returned Saturday night from a few days' visit at her parental Wj M. Luken home at Colman, S. D., and with other relatives at Sioux Falls. Sylvia Ann Gerdes returned home Saturday from Grinnell where she had completed her freshman year in the college there. She is the younger daughter of Ml-, and Mrs. Inno Gerdes. Banns" of marriage were announced Sunday in»St. Joseph's Catholic church for Lawrence Youngwirth and Ruth Forburger. Ruth taught in the Sexton schools the past two years. Lawrence is a Fuller brush salesman. Mrs. George Vitzthum, Jr., was a guest Sunday at the George Vitzthum, Sr., home. She had lately returned from Los Angeles, California, where she is employed at Lockheed. She is the former Birdie Schultz and 'her husband is in the U. S. army in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake, drove to Clinton Sunday to see their son, John, who has been in the Schick hospital several weeks following his liberation from a German prison camp, where he had been three months. They expected to bring John back for a furlough. Mrs. Uhlenhake went on to Fort Madison where she will visit with two daughters and their families. Alvon Loebig accompanied the Bauers anil visited his .brother, Edmund, and family. . Phelps Baby In Serious Condition The five months old baby of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Phelps, Dorothy Marie, is in a serious condition at their home in Portland township. The infant has never been quite well. THURS., Fill., SAT., MAY 31, JUNE! 1-2 Daily Matinee Chicago critics report on showing this week a technicolor masterpiece! High class musical film! All critics intrigued! Will stay for weeks and weeks. SEE IT NOW! We Eliminate Game SUN., MON.. TUBS., JUNE 3-4-5 A A JIMS AT •REGULAR WlCtS! .„ Paramount'? BELL TOLLS INGRID Wl! COOPER-BERGMAN AKIM TA'OlROFF"-ARTURO'ot COROOVA ' ' -^ JOSEPH CAUEIA.Ad'KATINAPAXIHOU ', JvO WED., THURS., FBI., JUNE 6-7-8 Daily Matinee at 2:00 p. m. WED., JUNE 6, ADMITTANCE FREE TO ALL BOND BUYERS WEDNESDAY FREE MOVIE DAY rijlinq Tribute to a Gallant, American! ??tfd(tfr«rt^ RUSSELL ^ CARSON Buy war bonds at tine theatre day or »&ht, Sundays or Holidays LUVERNE FAMILIES RECEIVE WORD OF LIBERATED KIN LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs, Alex Miller received a letter Monday from their son, Sgt. Robert Miller, saying that he had been liberated from a prison camp in Germany and that he was now stationed in France and hopes to be home soon. Sgt. Miller was taken prisoner in December and this is the first letter they have received from him. However, they were told by the war department that Bob had been freed from the prison camp. Mr. .and Mrs. William Blgings have received word from their son-in-law, Pvt. Martin Sweet, stating that he has been liberated from a prison camp in Germany. He reports that 'he is feeling O. K. and hopes to be home soon. Mrs. Sweet is the former Vera Bigings. Nephew Killed on Luzon Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller received word Sunday saying that their nephew, Elmer Strieker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Strieker, of Rockford, Iowa, had been killed in action on Luzon May 17th. The Strickers formerly lived in the LuVerne vicinity. Behnkendorfs Honor Son A family dinner honoring Donald Behkendorj, a Seabee from Rhode Island was held Sunday in the city hall. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf and family of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McGrady and family of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft, Ronnie and Georgeann of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nielsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch and daughters Sonja Rae and Sheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch, all of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs.'Chas. Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goetsch were callers in Fort'Dodge Monday. Mrs. Ella Wioto ' returned to Clarion Sunday after spending the past week at her home here. The Bible study group of the Methodist church will meet Sunday evening June 3, in the church. Mr. and Mrs. Walter HeHi and family and Miss Esther Merkle were Des Moines callers Thursday. 'Miss Betty Dimler of Des Moines is spending a vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler. Miss Selma Behnkendorf, of Bode visited over the week-end at the home of her mother. Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. Durwood Burtis, of the navy, spent several days visiting at the home of his aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus. Mrs. Ann Hanselman of Fort Dodge was'a week-end guest at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman. Mrs. William Thompson went to Hayfield recently to visit at the home of 'her son" and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede of Des Moines spent the week-end visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Tiede remained here for <a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz and son Gary of Livermore were Sunday dinner guests at the lipme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson and son Gordon, of Mason City, spent the week-end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. If via Itor Sunday evening at the of her father. George Kabele, afid her sisters, Martha ahd ftartdea, •at Goldf leld., pfe. Mick Wolf <af fitfed h'oftw cently from India to visit his wife and daughter Carol. Pfc. Wolfe was called home toy the Illness of his father at Bode. ReV. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Joan and Dean, spent several days at Oskaloosa visiting relatives and also attending graduation exercises of Mrs. Phillips' brother. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbie'r received word last week that her 'brother, William Gronbadh, of Irvington has Suffered a stroke and is in a hospital in Algdtta. Cpl. Gail Stoddard of Greenville, South Carolina, is spending a 20 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Marie Stoddard. ahd With other relatives and friends.; G'all is an aerial engineer on A B-25 bomber. Fred Tiede left Saturday: to spend his vacation at .the homes of his daughters, Mrs. ' John Spaulding arid Mrs. Joseph <Papps, also at the home of his son, Mr. and Mrs Walter Tiede. in Milwaukee. •, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burtis, of Vero Beach, Florida, are Spending a leave at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Burtis is the former Helen Miller. • - • Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rusher, are the parents of a baby boy bofn Wednesday, May 23, at a hospital in Algona. He has been narru;d Curtis Ray. Mf*s. Rusher; is , the former Geneva Hintz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hintz. ; .' A.M.M. 2-c Beulah Eggleston, of Ottumwa, Iowa, is spending a 10 day leave with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. George Eggles'ton. P.H.M. 2-c Doris Eggleston. who is stationed at Norfolk, Virginia, with the WAVES, is also spending a 10 day leave at the home Of her parents. Daughter of Will Ringsdorfs, Burt, Here From Arkansas Burt : S-Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth White, their two children, Carol and Jimmie. and Mrs. Geo. White, of Harrison, Ark., came Saturday for a visit , with Mrs. George White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. S-Sgt. White recently returned 'from Italy where he had been since last July. He had enough missions completed tvyo days before VE-Day to entitle him to a furlough. The same crew that went over in July was together on most of these missions -arty three of the members returned together on- furlough. A younger brother, Opl. Darrell White, has been in France the past 18 .months. After his 30 day furlough ;S-S£t. White will report to Miami, Fla., for re-assignment.' Mrs. Eldon Kearns, Des Moines, formerly of Burt, is an aunt of Sgt. and Cpl. White. Mr. and Mrs. Ringsdorf had.'a family gathering at their home Sunday in honor of Mrs. George White, her son. S-Sgt. Kennetti White, and.,family 'of Harrison,. Arkansas. Other relatives a'ttendj' ing were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ship't ler and Dale, of Ledyard; Mr. arid Mrs. Roy 'Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mi's. Donald Ringsdorf and children. There were four generations at this dinner, Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, Mrs. George White, S-Sgt. White and his daughter Carol. Mrs. Ringsdorfs mother, Mrs. Jennie Davison, who is 94 years old. Don Dremmel in University Play Don Dremmel. a student at Dubuque University, took part in ! a play given there the week-end of May 25. The Shakespearean play. fairs of the siprihg seafidh in colleges. Bon had the i-aie ef "trie Carpenter, Quince, . tie Is tKe son of Mr, and Mrs. Say DremmeU Lesion Auxiliary Meeting Members of the Legion Auxll lary will hold theit regular meet' Ing at the Legion hall Tuesday evening, -June 8. Mfs. Claude Sigsbee and Mrs. C. C, Smith are hostesses. Mariners to Picnic The Mariners.. Club., member's* plan to have their next meeting a picnic to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler. Bonnie Schultz of Emmetsburg is visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. K. Bahnson. •Mrs. Evelyn Koestler and children of Ledyard spent Sunday at the John Koestler home. Mrs. Marion Chlpman spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Henry Ross, in Marshalltown. Tom Trenarys moved into their- home here Monday. The Tprgen- sons vacated the house last -week. Mrs. Verne Shipler and "Dennis spent Thursday afternoon with the Everett Shiplers, near Whittemore. SOCIETY Shower For Two Brides— A post nuptial shower was'held at the Trinity Lutheran church parlors Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Willie Ridge, nee Vernona Klatt, and Mrs. Alvon' Johnson, neo Evelyn Klatt. About fifty guests were present. High •prizes were won by the Misses Elna Kuehnast and Oliva Mueller, low by Mrs. Luther Loesch and Mrs. Raymond Meyer, and chair prize by Mrs. Emil Schumacker. The honorees received many lovely gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Raymond Funk, Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, Mrs. Arnold Meyer and Mrs. Ben Ingebritsen. The brides and their husbands recently returned from their .wedding trips. Mr. Johnson is now stationed at Fort Ord, Calif., and Mr. Ridge at the Algona PW camp. Mrs. Ridge is employed at the Dau Garage and Mrs. Johnson at Funk & Deim. Party For Visitors— A group of friends of Mrs. Ward McWhorter of Rogers, Ark., and Mrs. T. G. Peterson, of Mason City, were entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. P. P. Zenfass. Those attending were courtesy were Mrs. E. C. Wilkins, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Mrs. M. G.' Bourne, Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Jr., Mrs. T. C. .Hutchison, Mrs. Kay Setchel.l, Mrs. Harold Clay- Insulate Now ! N - For A Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf We've Waited a Year for this Dinner Ware Shipment There are three beautiful patterns—two of them, the Brown Eyed Susan, which is illustrated, and the Monterey are brand new, and the third is the lovely Mayflower pattern which we have carried before. AH are open stock. Buy one piece or a complete set. All are hand painted. The Brown Eyed Susan design is hand painted under glaze in combinations of brown, green and yellow. A set of 32 pieqe^sjgPs for $19,45. The Monterey design is hand painted under glaze in two color combina' tions of maroon and blue. The shape was designed by ffcyal Hickman, a noted ceramic designer of Swedish ware, Service for eight in the Mayflower pattern sells for $34-80, but looks much more expensive. In addition to the open stock dinner ware mentioned we are expecting 10 or 12 other sets of dishes this week- Corne in and see, them. The Algona Hardware ^f^F ^^ __ ———••••• • •fcQ^v^fcy Q,F, PETERSON .. sea have df w, ahd ftil* A. , r dlaytpft. ,>> -- The filveMale RustteM: Olfis 4-H Club mel fit the hoffie.tif Ma?y* Joyce CajjeSius on Ma? 20, TOfte members responded* fa rbll.jall \*rhleh WaS a qtfotatldft <s6lWerttlng nature. At 'this meetlhg Helen was voted eortflidate fdf a t-otuity office, After the meeting the gii'ls jollied 111 singing songs for 4-H girls. The next meeting will be on June 20 With Mary Jane Origer as hostess and Betty Jane Bortriann as assistant hostess.. Surprise Stork Showcf— A surprise stbrk shower was beld'Wednesday afternoon at the tome of Betty Wildin for • MfS. Francis Platt> the former Maxine bindhorst. Those ©resent were: Vlda Mae Lindhorst. Laura and warjorie .Reidel, Clarice; Catnp- aey. , Kathryn Euscher; : Marjorie Klein, Eileeri 'rhul,' Mrs. Herman Schumcaher and Mrs. William Tjaden. , Merry Mixers—* ; The ladies of the "Merry Mixers" sewing club held a pot . luck picnic at the Call state parkf Friday. , About twenty- two were present as each lady took her EntMUtn ClUb- , aftd fiflft dttftfc Mfef- We havra gddiJ a«*orhtietit of Garden Seeds, and Onion Set*, Special hand picked Navy Bean *eed, Salt, all kinds and sizes, 100 Day Mule Hybrid Seed Corn* Also a good assortment of Field Seeds. Plenty of Sweet 1 and Pop Corn Seed. White's Market PHONE 631 jAVVWWWWVWWV ALGONA Folger 9 s and Butternut COFFEE. 2 lbs. DARK SYRUP Vz gallon..,.....'..... 29c ! SUGAR 10 Ib. bag 63c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS MARVENESOAPLESSSUDS APPLE BUTTER TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Z ,lb. Box 2 ib. pkg. 49 C ...... L Ib. jarjfcwQ No. 5 tinZ9C ORANGE JUICE „,„ poinls) „„.. 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