Auxiliary At Wesley Names New Officers "Wesley — American Legion Aux. held its , meeting July 0 with 13 members in attendance. Clara Hauplman reported oh the budiling of the treasurer's books, fidna F.lom, president, reported that she had contacted the business men and 15 of them purchased new 50 star flags Which, they displayed July 4. The department convention is to be held in Des 1 Moines July ; 27-28. :N»i»l* Myrtle Lease, assisted by Hazel Gerdes; installed the officers. They were Edna Flom. president, Clara Hauptman, vice- president, Clare Thomas, secretary, Helen Johnson, treasurer. . flita Ricke, chaplain, Norinn Studer 1 , Sgt-at-Arms, Eileen Johnson, historian, Jo Meurer. , Laura Ivleinpeter and • Sharlene Hauptman, executive board members. Rita Youngwiiih and Helen Youngwirth served lunch.' Trip To Alaska jMr. and Mrs. Leonard Froeh lich left : June 6,'from Minneapolis, via northwestern airlines for Seattle, ' Wash, and then by plane for Annette, Alaska ana by seaplane for Ketchikan, Alas' ka to visit her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. Anderson. Th< trip was a wedding gift to Jeanne Jo Balk and Leonard Froehlich, who were married June 24. Injured In Fall Glen Smith fell from a 22 foot telephone pole one day last week while helping repair the line. He suffered and bruises. multiple sprains Rev. and Mrs. Percy Carlsson went to Rochester, Mnn. Saturday to visit Hilton Hansen who had surgery there July 7. ' Gunder Beiber of Cedar Fails visited the Luther Nygaards last week. He plans to join his fiancee Marva Nygaard in Berlin next week where they will visit his mother and other relatives. She is on a tour of seven European countries. .Mr. and Mrs. Will Hauptly, aceempanled by Mr. and Mrs, Fred Bentele of Swea .City ana Mr. and Mis. Don Potthoff of Fairmont, spent four days last week on a sight-seeing trip into Wisconsin, Michigan, and Canada. Jacqueline Young, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young of Garner, spent several days last week in the home ot her grandparents, Alf Studers. Susie Studer spent last week in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfi Studer. Don Studer of Des Moines came for his daughter Saturday. Alf Studer entered Mercy hospital, Mason City July 5 for medical care following a slight stroke. His ' condition worsened over the weekend. Mrs. Studer was a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgetty in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lickloig ot Springfield, 111. and his sister and family, the George Buettners of Cheshirie, Conn., were guests several days over the weekend of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs and Sylvia went to Mason City, Sat-, urclay to visit her father, Alf Studer, a patient in Mercy hospital and also to see their 2- month old son Danny, a patient at Park hospital. He was taken there July 5 for medical care of car. infection. Rosalie Hyink of Whittemore was a .houseguest of Julie Kunz over the weekend. Marguerite Pfeffer of Des Moines spent July 6-10 in the home of her brother, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and family. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer went to Lu- Verne, Minnesota Monday to visit relatives several days. Mr. and Mrs. Will Flanagan 01 Phoenix, Ariz, came this week to visit her sister, Mrs. Viola Studer and their mother, Mrs. Jennie Luken of Algona and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bode and his brother, Paul of Charles ity, spent the weekend with ihe Mark Bode family at Omaha, Nebr. Mike and k Carol Bocle spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. German Bode. Tom Bode visited lis uncle and'aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Haverly and ' family ana 3 atty was a welcome guest in he Dr. H. H. Raney home. Marie Starquist entered Mer:y hospital, Mason City, July 6 for observation and care. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams of Mason City were supper guests in the WnV Mai-tinek home July 5, Mrs. Cecil Hildebrant and daughter Sandra spent Thurs" day with her brother, Orvilk- Smith, and family. Mike Flom attended a custodian engineer school in Ames July 10-15. Their son Roger is attending summer school there. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Ballentine of Brenner, Indiana visited her aunt, Mrs. P. C. Haynes and family July 1-2. The Lester and Arvin Larsons attended a Byro family reunion in Bode July 2 at the Orville Olsen home. 40 relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Haynes and son Harley, Jr. of Ft. Worth, Texas spent June 24-July 2 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P, C. Haynes. Grovcr and Red Grubb, who bought the Mrs. Irene Studer home some time ago, gave a July 5 weiner roast and picnic on their lawn for 32 neighbors. Guests were the Earl Robinsons, Lou Simpsons, Norbert Hilberts, Philip Goetz's and Ed Garmans and their families. Mrs. Ed Farnum and son Tom of Shenandoah spent July 2-4 in the parental P. C. Haynea home. Janice Vitzthum, who is employed in Des Moines, is spending this week with her parents. George Vitzthums. She and two friends from Des Moines had spent a part of their vacation in a cottage at .Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich. Charles Froehlich, Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke and Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz went to Williams Saturday where they attended • the wedding of a nephew,- John Ricke, and. Betty Fry in the Catholic church there. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huber of Algeria also attended. Mr. and Mrs. David Kleinpeter, Wayne and Mark spent July 1-2 with the Maurice DeBoers. They brought home their daughr ter, Lynn who had spent two weeks there. The Methodist .church board recently elected Charles Nygaard, president; Halvor Flom, vice-president! Richard Madsen fin. sec., Glenn Gabrielson, recording sec., Luther Nygaard. treas. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher and family visited his brother, Father Linus Eisenbacher at Odebolt Sunday. Thursday, July 13, 19«1 Alflana (la.) Upper P* Ive Got To Win SO 1 CAN BE THE FIRST PERSON AT HONSBRUCH'S WHEN THEY OPEN THEIR SIDEWALK COUNTER FOR BUSINESS DUR ING RIDIKULAS DAYS - FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. THEY'VE GOT BARGAINS GALORE - BETTER COME SEE! NSBRUCH "Your REXALL Store" CY 4-3581 Algonct HE'S DOWN OUT OF THE HILLS FOR DAYS AT Koasi-To- • and Is Kowboy Ed Krazy ? ? ? LOOK WHAT HE'S GONNA DO I • Gonna Sell Everything From Water Closet Seats to Clothesline Rope and Goose Feathers at Koast-To-Koast Friday and Saturday! • Gonna Give Away Free Wigs So's You Can Let Yer Hair Down But Good This Week-en Gonna Give Away Free Baby Buggies To All Bachelors Over 90 ! Gonna Crack the Price of SNOW SHOVELS Wide Open , . /Cause It's Gonna Snow For Sure! Gonna Haye a Wagon-Load of Junk and Stuff Out on the Sidewalk For You To Pavp Through ! Gonna Have The Koast Gang Ail Dressed Up Fit to Kill — and Who Knows ? SO — Kum To Town and Ride The Range With Kcwboy Ed ! AND PARDNERS, DON'T FERGET ' THE COSTUME CONTEST FER THE CRAZIEST DRESSED CUSTOMER AT 3 P.M. FRI. $10.00 for the best mens Costume, $10.00 for Ladies and $5-00 for best children's costume. There will be reviewing stand and judges. FOR GENERAL PUBLIC . . . NOT STORE EMPLOYEES KOAST FOR THE RED - HOT "SIZZLERS!" (Get The Point ?) :wMffiSLl.^- z& ^-*^ i«>&KS&ft!Ul*>' toKO STORE Also Known As "OCEAN-TO-OCEAN" and "TOP-TO-BOTTOM" ' ''•^•^^^^•^•••^•^••^^••••BHjHiii^^^^^^EjQ^HIIIHMMMHHHIHRIIMHHMI VERY DAY ••^^•^jB^PBBPilPBBp^W^^^^^^^^"^*^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^""- : ' " .._„„„„,,-.-„,, -, REDICULOUS DAY! COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED. 'WE ARE FAMOUS FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, ALTHOUGH BUSINESS IS ,GOOD. BE SURE TO REGISTER INSIDE OUR STORE FOR FREI GIFT I £ WE ARE ON THE WEST END OF MAXWELL STREET ... SEE OUR SIDEWALK BARGAIN, DrtMAM7A ' ***/l/f**r*Jlf*ti*^ ONANZA.
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