i'g At Jennings large attendance ursday aftertloott a of th$ W.-SYC. s. at fie of Mrs. John Jennings ''•Mas decided that each 'was tb bring dannec Vegetables to the next to be sent to a Day In Sioux City. . life* fet Visitors . ftd Mrs. Harold Hunt en* |> Weekend visit from from pthery Mr. and Mrs. Don kintosh and family of S. D., and on Sunday with Mr, .and -Ktta. ladkintdsh and family bltokie, III., and Mr. and ..•'i, Hughes of Livermore re 'dinner guests at the |6f;Mr. and Mrs. Hartley ijjtbsh at Livermore. Don fehry, and Hartley Mackin |hd:Mrs. Hunt'are children Hughes. •ence Krahs of Henderson, visited last week with his and aimt Mr. and Mrs. pMar'tin Mimbach. and MrsiV Keith Strayer tamily .ate enjoying a visit I' the former's sister Mrs. [Sweeney'-6r C&sper, Wyo. '•'arid Mrs. W. A, Dutton, la, visited recently at the of Mr. and Mrs. Martin iach. Mrs. Mimbach is a \ V * In. and Mrs. "Bud" Norland _'d children of near 'Fenlon Mere. Monday evening visitors at jtheV, parental John Jennings' fhpirie. • PMrs.'Ella Hartley of Britt vls- fitcd'' at the Soren Didrikse'n jKbfhe and attended the W. S, C.' ;S. intee'ting at the Jphn ;J.ennings, twhere'she ,was co-hostess. j. MK ; 'and Mrs. B. EV Sanders Kand'. Mrs. 'Mary Morris 'spent a pew "days at Clear Lake the past i Week and Mrs. H. I. Mawdsley, i who had been visiting here at fthe Sanders home returned to her home there with them. . , Mrs. Melbourne Simpson and jlittle daughter Marilyn and Mrs. fClarence Conaday and.baby near fWhittemore, visited their moth- :er Mrs. John Jennings and at HEAVY «SEAS pi,itmr»ei-to Debt-Free Fprm Owner- '••hipi ^hjtn • ybu- fyiys':\q> 1 l.and -B«tolt. • ••^o«h : througli i the'i- l i?'^,V. ;I . '^ '^^ : '1 : NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION E. H. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas. 110 ISo; Dodge St. Algona Iowa Low FARM , Long Interest LOANS Term ESTABLISHED 1888 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1946 Second Section VOL. 81—NO. 32 Swea City Is Ready To Celebrate Iowa Centennial Year PARACHUTE llAP, STAGE SHOW AND PARAMfROlpD Swea City: Finishing touches are being given arrangements for the Firemen's Centennial, celebration to be held Wednesday and Thursday in 1 Swea 'City. The committee headed by Edior Ray Sperbeck, and including D. W. Blomster and -A. , G. Eg- »ers, .president and secretary of .he fire company; ' Postmaster ;da E. Larson 1 , county su'pervis- or, Myron Johnson; Mrs. ; .J. August Peterson, Ijri charge • of window displays; and, Esther- Char- 6tte Smith, direct.or of ythe ccn* ;ennial stage show, reports that all plans are being' cp-'JSi*dinuted to make an outstanding t'Vcnt in north west Kossuth's /his'toi y. Beginning at 2 d.'nt... Tubs- day. the cftlebvaHdh ^eh under way with 'a 10,OUo-fl. : parachute drop • by ; Pep Har- . : rigan of, Minneapolis, former army paratrooper. Hii>chuie/ opened Ky a ilmVfuae, opens after if 'seconds, arid h« . marks his : trail through the air by opening a • »ljek' bf flour which He carries,' tearing a long path of white be* hind him. .; ;', s -.Baseball between Fenian &nd Armstrong is called .for 2f:30 and i- concert 'by a ' massed , band of 5 plavers from Armstrong and Wesley Lions Take Nine Loads Youngsters to Pool For a Swim City is scheduled for even- ng, under the direction pf Raymon Minkler. ' .- ' ' . At 8. p. m. the QUiglayJ troupe, free acts . of . comedy and mystery, performs, and a ; pavement dance , at. 9:30. endsi.th'e day. Wednesday, is centennial .; day, jut official hostesses; will -be on land both days , at the town lark, or at Legion ' halli iti 'cas'e if rain, to greet .returning .. former Swea Cityans. At- 2 p. m. ednesday, Pop. '. fiarfigan . re- ieats his parachute .jump* -fol- owed by paracl Lotts Creek' Vs.'-' Ban- rpft at the school ; 'basebdll , diamond. The Quiglcy, trptipe will ppear at 4 p. ' rh., • ;ahd', •;-a't- 6 'clock the community •> .picnic, with free ; coffee', 'will. 'takb place at .Reynolds -parik;' At ,7( jO^-jpax- die of old .Vehjeit*. '-" - Biiell Johnson, will wagons: arid 'buggies^ 'w}U v fib "to: tie-« school -building,j:..wh'e ; re , the tage • ended W. S.' C; S. "there'' on Thursday afternoon. • •.. .;"•• \ ' Mr..and Mrs. Harvey'•.'Steven nd Mr. and Mrs.' Everett Stev- ri' -helped 1 ' the -.BVert v ^Hodgins move ^and get settledijh. ; their lew home on Thursday •'and Fri- ay of last week:,' .The'lHodgiris moved from • Greenville;.'where e has ^eeh school superintend- nt for a number ; of'years- to Calendar, la., Vyhere heUwillVfill he same position.; • .:'••'•'•'•;• v ,.. '•''.' • ' '• ^^ COLD WAVE at home ' easier Milan eviribefora $* with pro(e,i*JbnciI-tyfi* PLASTIC CURLEIS NP Omit HOW WF 7HS NiW bours in your ^ . ., trait Plastic Ciirlera Are «o «*8y, »>niid, .pwtriiHw^ children's fine J}ajr, too. . ^'" • /*««*L-i_ r ' /• •iJDuatd .,' ' W*i NtN| WP^-vjy, mm'-: ..'i4»^iipi.f- Wesley: Nine carloads of younjg folks' enjoyed a swim in the Whittemore swimming pool Tuesday afternoon of last week as guests of the local Lions club. They included-Paul and Audra Havcrly, Rose' Kay, Mary and riot> Olson, John, Judy and Paul Florh, Julia Rartey, >forma Jean Becker, Virginia Studer, Dicky Riggs, Tommy and Ellen Root, Garry Marco, Darrell Erdman, Tommy. Dwyer, Billy Studer, Jim .; Mullin, 'Carrie Ensen, Chandler Ward, Wally Hill, Marion,' Dickie, Darrell and Billy Robinson, Robert and Meryl Gid- 3lngs, John Seller, Betty and Lucille Kojipen. Diane Kleinpet- ;r. Sharon and Elaine Mullin, Billy" and. Marlene Bauer, Lor- '-aine . BleicH, Willie Erdman, Larry, Dean and Don Kleinpet-, or, Darlene and .Jimmy Lickteig ind Arden Meleney. : Drivers of cars included Rev. r. A. Riges, Will Frimml, Guy Butts, E. M. Olson, Paul Engen, Chas: Mullins, Roy Kleinpe'ter, pOrdori.Loebig. and J. P. Studer. Mrs. 1 La el Root, Mrs. L. L. Pfeffcr, .Mrs. Paul Engen and Mrs. .E. M. Olson were Chap'er- bnes, - Amvet Auxiliary The Amvcts Auxiliary held its regular" meeting Thursday evening. 'Mrs. L; L. Pfeffer, president, reported that she had sent two boxes of clothing and other US.eful articles 'to families in Holland. Hostesses were Mrs. George ; Hanlg, , Mrs. Theron Hansen, Mrs; Lucille 'Kirkpat- Hck,/ahd Mrs. J..M. Kuriz. Serv- fcra fat- the September meeting Will be Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mildred Johnson* Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Mildred Fox.. The meeting will.be September 12. ' weeks vacation from his duties a.s second man at the Farmers Co-operative eleva'ov. Nancy, daughter of the Lloyds, returned last week frorn the Mercy hospital in Mason City, where she submitted to a major operation. Mrs. Pearl Swanson and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. Swanson and Richard of Marshalltown, Were 'weekend guests last week at the Fred Seefclt home. j Mrs. L. L. Lense and Mrs. Hal,vor Flom returned home Friday evening from Des Moines.where they attended the 3-day state American Legion Auxiliary convention. Mr. and Mrs. George ; Hildman visited the Frank Rickes at Boone Thursday. The 'Hildmans and Rickes went to Menango, N. D., Saturday to look after their land interests. The W. S. C. H. hsld its monthly inetMng at the- church on Wotlnr-aday afternoon Hostesses v.'prc the Mesdatn»n \. M. Lease, John Amesbury, Arlo Da'wson, H. H. F.lom Jr., and Chas. Price. Mrs. Charles Froelich received word Wednesday of the death of her brother Will Kerber, 85, at Bloomington, 111. He is survived by \two sons, two daugh- "were expected the first of the ; wcek to visit their brothers Matt ,ind Joe Becker and their families. A Becker family reunion jwas held at the James Becker home at St. Joe Sunday. A Kleinpeter family gathering was held Sunday, August 4, at ,the Leo Reno home in Belmond. ;Those who attended were Al'!,„„, vi :« . i • i .,— ; Ksl ^-' L ft caine ivionaay ana were ' ° thel ' J ° e ' overnight visitors with Mrs. Lar- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sppngbcrg returned Monday from a visit since Friday with their son Vernon and his wife at Davenport Mrs. Thomas Sawyer returned Friday from Humboldt where she had spent the past two weeks with her father R. A. Skaugstad. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, Forest City, came Monday and were 'Bnv lng , ne v ? fr °T 5??". lorn ' a ' lh e' son's mother Mrs. C. F. Specht ,Koy and Vincent Klempcters of -- - -here, the Don Meleneys of Britt and the Dr. Leon Smiths of For Dodge. Offerer I , The Red Cross rooms over the post office Have L been cleaned and. Matt: Streit of Algona has a' ternpbrary 'office there, until tcrs, and four brother. sisters and one Mrs. Will Hauptly entertained the 500 club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Milton Bebo received high score prize, Mrs. George Memper, low, and Mrs. Lon. Gouee, travel. Mrs. Joe Studer will entertain the ladies next week Thursday. Edward Lorenz arrived home Wednesday for a two weeks va- ration at his parental Mrs. 1 Julius Lorenz's. He has been attending the State College of New Mexico at Las Vegas. He is taking'an aeronautical engineering course' under the G. I. bill. Arden Melaney, daughter of 'he-'lean' find .'office rooms and ; Mr. and Mrs. D'o'n Meleney of *it\"'L5 t & t - e . r '?, ln , A .'S° na - He is j Britt returned - home Thursday Mrs. August.; Engstrom ; return- .cd home .last wtiek, from a visit iat :the home of a son at Elmore, Minn. , . Mrs. Guy^ Carlson submitted to. surgery at the. Mercy hospital m .Mason City Tuesday of last week.. - • •'.-•.; • ;. FrankBleich . begui his two home with Arden and visited a few ,days at the Meleney Home. Sister M. Georgene of Dubuque and Father Luke Becker, O. S. B., of Pilot Grove,! Mo., LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith wen. to Fort Dodge Saturday on a business mission. Mrs. • Lucille Johnson and Mrs C. F. Specht visited Mrs. John Os- tcrcamp at Brttt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Fredell, Sioux City, -were Sunday guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd.Robinson. Mrs. ••'Maurice Pearson and Marlene, of • Armstrong, spent Saturday with Mrs. Tom Ver- huel. Mr. and' Mrs. Jack Long are (expected Sunday from Iowa iCity for a brief visit at the A. L! Long home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Plathc, Bode. The Don Weise and W. E. McGrew families spent the weekend at Clear Lake, where they had a cottage. 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