V&" <*'$,* * is D f t si . , Upper 0«i MofflM Thursday/ August 24, 1961 , Long Beach A fair*sized grdup of e*-Kos suth county residents attended th& Iowa Picnic at Long Betech Atig, 12, Iowa's Governor Erbc was guest speaker. Among those attending who forrrfeMy lived in ( K6^i'uth,'caunty 'Were; * 'Algeria ^- Ernest' Taylbr, now Los Angeles} Ina •Hickdy^ Mr ahd Mrs. M. H. Fain, now o: Long fieaeh. . . LuVerne — Floyd E. White a"nd Ted Detm'ering, now of Long Beach. Ledyard — • Ida F. Wheeler Anita -and Harve'y Mayne, Delores Anderson '• and Shirley Kerkpatrlck, now of Long Beach, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Maync, La Mesa. . Swea Cily — Mr< and Mrs. C. A. Nelson, now of Long Beach. - Lone. Rock — Melvin R. Hawke, now of Long Beach. • ;s -i •**•''• -* ' ' !«'".-'• ft-, ' Piciuted above Ik-firnest. Tayloi 1 , now 84, former Kossulh resi- Who.. tyaV&tt& 6f- the eldest ersons reisterin alt the Kossuth . , , dent Who.. tya>V&tt& 6f- the eldest persons registering alt the Kossuth County-jTrj^fat the annual Long Beach, Cal. picnic for ex-Iowams. The ptetttfe/was takn by Ed Orenrtch, former Algona residenit. He an'd Mrs Oe'nrich, incidentally, have purchased another trailer court. Their address is now 2259 Clark Ave., Long Beach 15, Cal. Elwood Davis Marriage vows were exchanged at a.nuptial high,mass August 5 in St. Joseph Catholic church by Deloris Semunek and Elwood Davis. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Semunek of Gregory, S. D., and the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis, reside in Lakota. Msgr. R. P. Monighon officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mary Ann Semunek was maid of honor and _Sharon Semunek acted as bridesmaid. | Best man for'the couple was Jerry Semu- nek and Robert Davis of Algona was groomsman. Belinda Semu- nek carried the train. Friends and' relatives of the couple from out of town attending the -wedding were Mr. ana Mrs. Gerald E. Rochleau, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burtis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, J. Davis, Algona, Mrs. Edna May Davis, Lakota Also attending were Mr. am Mrs. Peter Hcgarty and family of Hampton, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs Frank Semunek of Inwood, Iowa Miss Bern'adine Semunek o: Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs Frederick Kling of Rapid City, South Dakota. Enroute to their new home in Santa Monica, Cal. the couple spent, a few days in the Black Hills visiting friends and .relatives. Wesley — Mary Goslin, now of Long Beach. Tltotikft — Dr. and Mrs. C. C Colgan, now of Long Beach. Bartcrdfl — Inez Kelly, now o Long Beach. • LuVerne By> Mrs. Fern Blglngs In the 14th century, over 25,000,000 persons died from the disease known then as the Black Death. Mr. and Mrs. jRobert Griffitt and children of Versailes, Ky., visited, his grandmother -Mrs. Clara' Rogers the past week. Mfs. Rogers returned with them Sat' urday' and 'will visit her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P, E. Griffitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gronbach spent the weekend, in Minneapolis. The Gronbach children stayed with their '' grandparents the Olaf Klevelands near Goldfield. • Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen and her sister Mr. >and Mrs. Ly- m'an Hansen of Fort:Dodge vis- ted their brother Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wetter at Grand June- ion, Mich. They stopped in Chicago to visit their son, the James Jergensen family, returning lome Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman attended a pot-luck picnic Sunday in Bradgate at the home of her brother, the Henry Olsons. Honored were Mr. and Mrs. Miar- vyn Olson, son of the Henry Olsons.. Mrs. Marie Maass, Mrs. Clyde Dudley and Mrs. Harry Naffziger attended the EUB summer assembly at Riverview Park Cedar Falls, Wednesday to Sunday. Mrs. Dudley and Mrs. Naffziger were delegates. They sfiay- Maribel Kain To Teach At Denver CHEVY CORVAIR FIRST PRIZE FOR THIS AREA ONLY 310 PRIZES FOR THIS AREA ONLY! Kje&ejte. MOVIE CAMERA AND PROJECTOR ZOOM LENSI Presto HOT DOGGERS WATCHES SLICER SERVERS NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO WRITE! Ask your dealer for an official entry blank or mail him this ad with your .name and address and he win mafl you ona Come ia eooa— there's absolutely no obligation. SEE THE SIEGUER Qll, HOME HEATER with SUPER FLOOR HEAT and enter the SIEGLER SWEEPSTAKES at BURT HARDWARE ed in the summer cottage of Mrs. Maass while there. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoakes and children of Fort Wayne, '.nd. arrived for a week's visit v/ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schwarck and children of Whiten visited Thursday to Sunday ivith her parents, the Swansons. With Merlyn and Linda Swanon at home and Howard Swanon family living nearby, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson had all the amLLy home over the weekend. Mrs. Willard Sanford of Mi- aca, Minn., visited relatives icie Thursday and with her >rother-in-law, Henry Weber at ^orwith. Visitors ."with Mrs. Jessie Sanford Sunday-afternoon were her sisteryfMrs'rNellfe Olson of Ellsworth, nieces, Mrs. Arlie Nelson of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Leota Denny and her friend, Mrs. Florence Bergman of Cedar Rapids. Maribel Kain Maribel Kain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kain, rural Algona, and a recent graduate, of owa State University, Ames, has iccepted a position in the Deri-, 'er school system. She will teach biology. Miss Kain is a 1957 'raduate of Algona high School. UDM Engraving) ' • ' ; ' •»? Bancroft Cafe Sold Recently ToTifonkaMan Bancroft — George's Cafe, owned and operated by-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rahe for the past 5% on his leg* and* MrS. .-» cago Saturday wher% theji* vl§- ited their sister* MA. Vid Hall' Jerry Wilbur Pox, was a patient pi St. Ann hospital thls\WBe| lop'a Mr. and'Mrs. Sereal t>eGeeter and family spent Sunday at New Haven with his sister and family, the Lester Schwagers. Publication of marriage banns Sunday were Mary Jo Vaske, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Marvin Vaske, and Gene- Tigges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tigges; a shower honoring the bride-to- be was held Aug. 23 in St. John's church. The marriage will be here Sept. 9. Mrs Perry Torlne accompanied .her daughter Mrs. Jbhn Guy of Austin, Minn, 'to Omaha, where they visited at the Fred fludson home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Becker ind as guests Saturday evening he Bernard Kramers, Algona. Sunday, the Marvin .Beckers en- ertained Mr. and Mrs. James 3ecker, Mr 1 , and , Mrs< Geo. Cockier and girls «nd Mr. ana Mrs. Gene Elsbecker and fam- ly at dinner, ' Mr. ad Mrs. Leo Engessef ana •family now living in Cal., came Saturday for. IE visit with his Vertje, ,«nd Urn. Uxtta WeSley, siietwtoa (he BVed Mu&tter, 8i the sehJdtt, The held Aug. 14 at BllsitteW, <sf wax Mubller, 8$, vtes former- Anrto Se vives. We \yorkrij Des Moinos in t94? as operator and was «mBl the -time of hts i Blade newspaper, to v*ha Whittemore News Mr. and Mrs, Walter A, left SatuixJay for Oshkosh, to be present Svhen Richard was thfeir in Sunday morning servt<« In ity Lutheran church us ft loach cr in .Trinity's elementary school. Mr. and, Mrs. Diekte l*u and daughter Arrived Friday - at the parental home of Mr. tmd Mrs. father, I. F. Erigesser and other relatives and friends. years, was sold recently to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fox, whb operate a cafe at Titonka. The family will move here soon. LONE ROCK : - . * By ,Mrs Dafryl Householder Edward Maahs from TaW«s ClW, Mich. • Ralph Sebcrs of Algotva, 1 Tw- rence Behlmcr of Ames, Daniel Hosendahl and .Craig Sehmellftg of here left a week ago Saturday for a (ishing trip in Canada, They returned home Thursday afternoon. .1,-•-.' ••'.•' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunphy spent the weekend at the home Saw Cuts Leg Elmer Schnieder, carpenter, recently injured, his leg while using an electric saw. Thirteen stitches were .required to close the wound. Sbower Honoree A shower honoring Mary Jo Vaske was held Aug. 23 in St;< John's hall, Bancrpft,. Mary Jo,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Marvin Vaske, will be married Sept. 9, to Gene Ligges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ligges, in St' John's Catholic church. *' Suffers Leg Cut Tuesday, while playing in a neighbor's yard, David Dolan, The UPW of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will meet Sept. 8 at 2:30 instead of Sept. 7. Mrs. Dick Meyer and several other ladies will present the program. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. Art ' Priebe, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Joe Culburtson, Mrs. Merwin Marlow and Mrs. Georgia Marlow. The Lone Rock Legion. Auxiliary will meet Sept. 6 at 8 p.m. Barbara Wehrspann, daughter of the Harold Wehrspanns of Fenton will give a report as delegate to Girls State. Hostesses for the meeting will be Beulah Lee and Julianna Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson spent Wednesday in the Andy Pctersen home at Galva. ' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz ot Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thompson and Julie of Burt visited recently in the Dale Wegener home. Cheryl Weisbrod Visited in the ten year, old son. of Mrs. May) t * lar4 Y e Itolan,;.feUv.'on- a piece of trn.i- C?nt \ y - pn Harvey Rath home at Algona re- .cently. The. .Ratris and Cheryl ffis-Mother was visiting" at"Ring!.'.E? p ? n J. fro ™ Saturday to Tuesday sted at the time. Mrs. BudR";- * P^ii?» ^Eichenher^er Hauptman took David to St. """ Ann hospital where 18 stitches were taken to close the wound !CIVILWAR T CENTENNIAL: HARDWARE & APPLIANCES Phone 58 BURT IOWA Aug. 25-Sept. 3 ,. . 'vS. ' i'l'. .*•• Monies RACING THRILLS BIG CAR RACES Afternoons: Aug. 27; Sept. 1 & 2 STOCK CAR RACES Afternoon: Aug. 26; Night: Sept. 3 JALOPY RACES Night: Aug. 27; Afternoon: Aug. 31 SUPER-MODIFIED RACES Afternoon: Sept. 3 HORSE RACES Afternoons: Aug. 29, 30 GREYHOUND RACES Night: Aug. 25 AND ... FABULOUS MUSICAL REVUE Nights, Aug. 28-Sept. 1 THRILL SHOW Nights; Aug. 26, Sept. 2; Afternoon, Aug. 28 ^BRILLIANT HORSE SHOW Aug. 29-Sept 3 TJATION'S GREATEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION featuring the FARM-0-RAMA Seven' of the eight largest manufacturers return to the fair in one of the world's largest tents. Plus, nearly 50 other exhibits of timesaving, work-saving machinery, The machinery show of the year ia Iowa. AND ... National Livestock Show I 10,000 prime animala cm parad*. 4-H, FFA Fair—Tb* futura of Iowa farming in action. Quality Meat Show—Th* ahow Uut helps bring better meat to your table. Farm Crop Show—Th» be»t Iron the "Breadbaiket ol the World". Poultry and Rabbit Show—Exotic breeds from leading raisers, Farm Gadget Show—Ingenioua invention* by Iowa farm folka. .Team Pulling Conteat—Live "horaepower" in thrilling > *• -.competition. * JvMklM^^^^^^^L_~~ HUNDREDS OF BIG FEATURES Major Exhibit* Open Until 9 P.M.; Miracle Mile Midway; State Fair Talent Championships; Baton Twirling Contest; Children'! Barnyard; Better Living' Show: ' Flower & Cardan Show: Women and Children'* Vat- •jama; Muaic Fentival: 6ld Fiddler'. Conteat; Checker Championship*; Art Exhibit; Photo Salon; School Ex- hibilajTV-Radio Broadcast*; Horaccboa Pitching; Fiery Firework*. NEW .,, Reduced Prices . FOR ALL GRANDSTAND PERFORMANCES MON- IDAY. AUGUST 28 THROUGH FRIDAY. SEPT. 1 I... box ae«l« juit 12.00, reserved aeala only fl.60. ' Ticketi for all grandstand performance* on Saturdays and Sunday*: box Mat*, »2.60; reserved »eaU, $2.00. No box aeat* or reserved aeat* for Greyhound Race*. All aeat* general admission, $1.00 for idulU, 60* 1 for children. "OVV/ home at Sabetha, Kans. " ~ . and Mrs. Clinton Rath vis- in the Vernell Medlang home in Grundy Center over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer visited Saturday 'evening in the H. A. Holmgren home. Everett Hanna and Roger Linde of Swea City flew in the Linde plane to Milwaukee. Wise. to see a baseball game between the Braves and the Pirates and returned home Monday. Linda Larsen returned recently from a week's visit with Esther Atkyns, a pen pal of Linda's, at Beaver Meadow, New York; Miss Atkyns was also on vacation from her duties at the Norwich Bank in Beaver Meadow. Linda made the round trip by plane. Becky Brandow attended the Brown family picnic at Sac City Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marlow a,nd Gail visited a sister of Mrs. Milton Marlow, the Ed Walsh family at Independence, and also visited in the Miles Reti home at Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eichorn and family of Elmore were Sunday callers in the Art Person home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldin Marlow and grandson Barry Priebe visited in the Leon Marlow home at Grand Rapids, Mich, where they made the acquaintance . of a new grandson, Jack Lee, son oJ the Leon Marlows born July 29 Mrs. Leon Marlow and the three children returned to Lone Rock with the Eldin Marlpws and Barry, to spend time with relatives and friends. Tuberculosis strikes most often where living conditions are poor. Slums, whether urban or rural, breed TB. - 1 * NOTICE OF REGULAR SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Algona Community School District ot Algona in the County of Kosth State of Iowa that the regular election of said School District will be held at room 144 in the Jfigh School building on the eleventh day of September 1961, at twelve noon and closing at 7 o'clock p-m. Two directors will -be elected for terms of three years to succeed Mr. Robert Black and Mrs. Veda. Murtagb whose terms ex- pi re September 1961. Dated Auguit 18, 1961. Donald JJ. Kramer, Sec. Board of Education (34) of Mi-, and Mrs. Elmer "Sweet in Albert Lea, Minn. ,, -_ A number of relatives , gathered at the Herman Voigt home Friday evening, to celebrate the birthday of Mr. Voigt. 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