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Evangelistic ffftf Evangelist Ralph M. Davidson - 6f Coffeyvllle,' Kansas; will con duct a series of special services a • the Regular Baptist Church, loca ed at Elm and Wooster beginnln January is and continuing nightl; through January 21. The services begin each eve riing at 8:00 p.m. The EVangells will also be on hand to preacl at both of the regular Sunday services. The morning service Starts with Sunday School at' 9:30 a".m. The Regular Baptist Church riiaintains classes for all ages with well qualified teachers, up-to- date" materials and the Bible as the text-book. Before entering Christian work, Rev. Davidson managed several five-arid-ten stores iri Chicago' and vicinity. A prayer room in the heart of Chicago's Loop was the beginning of his extensive ministry as « Christian business man. This Evangelist is rioted for the simplicity of ' his messages and for Mfc clear cut presentation of the Word of Gtid. Dated farcin ad- varfce, he has had much practical t expefierice in the pulpit; on the radio and at youth meetings. He has also written two Gospel tracts. Pastor Ralph Colas extends a warm welcome to everyone. Smith Infant Rites Are Held ^Graveside rites for James Allen Smith, iflfant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Algona, Were held Thursday afternoon at Calvary First Babies Of The New Year A ,Burt cflitplev Mf, ana Mfl. Earl Meier, became parents <st KosstitH's first born im babies early Tuesday Morning Jan. 2, wh'en Mrs. Meier gave birth to twins, a boy artd girl, at Dr. Bahne B&Hflson's at Bnrt. The little gift, named Mary Elizabeth, weighed e Ibs., lo oz, and was delivered at 3:58 a.m. the little boy, Gerald Elias, weighed six pounds and arrived 30 minutes after his sister*. the Meiers have three other children, (wo girls and a boy. Chas.Sfauder Dies Suddenly At Bancroft Bancroft — Charles Stauder, 7$ died suddenly about noon Monday at St, John's Catholic cemetery while filling the grave of Frank Welp, whose funeral .had been held earlier in the day. He was wpfk- ing with Timmy Meyer at the time. Meyer took StaudeT to town ihi- mediately, but the elderly man Was dead on arrival at Bancroft. Funeral services, which will Be held at St. John's Catholic church with Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiatx ng, are pending at the Garry Funeral Hdriie, Bancroft. Born at NakohiS; m, June 10, 186, Mr Stauder married Mary Bolster, at Bancroft in 1915 and the Stauders have lived there since. WW be held Jafl. , Cecelia's Hall. <bift«i$fv Wl at 7" frth. folfflwtd •«*•.»• — . ^.*^yuv> HbVUJAVIlllg VYV*1 G ItllCU *»lg|VMI*l HIJ1. CIA J J VTOO two daughters; tm- at Atgdna, tiioHa Efpeldiflg. tee ..«„.,„, arid (fillfi) Mr. aftd M&. Joe" Cul- irtg/ & Movie folfotfeU bf Wt\ bertsw of Lofig flock arid theli- " '' '-" *"" " * grandchildren ahd gre'at-gt'afid- eMldferi, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Millet arid, three abm tiefte, Aldn and Lynn, Mr. and -Mi's. Defih Culbertson and sow . Danny, Mr.< and Mrs. Jcfe Culbertson, Jr. arid Vernoh Culbertson fill of Lone Rock, Mrs. Margaret Ewdldt and family of WHlttemdre and Herbert and Rosa Wiese of Burt, brother ahd sister of Mfs. Ewoldt flnft Jessie Smith of Algeria. Jessie cut the cake aftd Mrs. Bertiard Miller, Mrs. Dean Culberts6tt andf Mrs. Joe Culbertson/ Jr. served. install Officers Stewart McFaddeft installed the following officers at a mating Thursday evening in the Masonic Temple of Prudence Lodge, 2$: W. M., Evefett Steven, S. W., Stanley Russell Sands; j. W., Gordon Schmidt; treiJirfef, b. £. .effert; secretary, Max Mlllerj S. D., Gtenri Seger; J. D. ( Leroy Mfg. rrSornJflg. fifed. 22 v e •Me; tt-§l tttivirsity- to Omaha, He fiid teea 'm- fer twd # B afs,' and ae-KtH^as-di^'W cancer. • ' ^ ' . Vi He \^as born March 23, isfid a* " 'Ev He was employed as a construction vprker until several years whefl -he; became sexton at emetery. ago the ., . . Strohman; S. S., Mayriard J. S., Robert Wallace; fi^ - rett Anderson, the same evening .. W. Behiierids installed for Prti- ence chapter to ri. p 1 ., Joliri Homyer; king, Fred Geigel; cribe, Stanley Russell Sdttds; Treas., D". L. Leffert, sec., Max Miller; C. H., A. W. Behrends; P. S., Charles Paxsori; R. A. C., Geo. . Mess ftieeiiflg &M fiihts, dents of Karen Navoicfiick furriisii the entertainment. j n j. Atterid Weddlhg v Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Becke* a*^ tehded the weddirfg last Thtifs'da'y: at Burt of Karen Lavrenz and* T ' j • --~w A MAuwat, A*, n, Vy,| VJCU. Balluff • sentinel, James Albert cemetery. Rev. Robert Thiele of ficiated and Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The baby was born Christmas flay, the first child of James and Lepna Erickson Smith, and died early Thursday at St. Ann hospital where he had been since birth. Survivors, besides the parents, include the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson of Algona. Besides his wife, he is survived y a daughter, RcSella (Mrs Lawr- nff eigfit gfaHdchfldrijri. A^sofl Deeded him in death in 1941. $5,000 Fire At Local Grocery Repair work on the building housing Sjogren's grocery store here, which was partially destroyed by ire Tuesddy evening,. Jan. 2, is >eirig -coriiplefed at tfid present time. Damage; to the structure amounted to from $3,000 to $5,000 arid was confined for the most part to the'attic and inside ceiling. Local firemen battled the blaze, which was discovered about 7 p'.m by Arnie Gerdis, for about an hour. The roof and attic were badly damaged, but holes were covered with tarps and Dick Sjogren, owner of the store, was open for business as usual the following day at 6 a.m. The neighborhood grocery store, located on North Jones street, has been operated by the Sjogren family for many years. Reid. Dinner Guests Mrs. Niclc Fisch Deririis Jofin Krai. Ttie Uilw teaches at Cddar Rapids arid the grdom is a dental student at the State University at Ibwa^Clty; Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Albert Granzow entertained the Idle Hour bridge club We'd- rtesday afternoon arid another group th6 previous Wednesday. • Mayor, Three Councilmen Are Sworn In Here w*iw *»««• j\*\* *YJ.WI nci ,uai ciita [C LOfte Rock ifl M6 fltfd Utter 5 graduated frorii tfiffi' Rflek -high* school. F611dwi«g gj-a'dtjatfdft, shtf went to Chicago where she warf employed. It was there that she met and married Walton R. Soderquist June 3, 1939 and made her home at Waukegan until her' death. She is survived by her husband, a son, Billy, 13, and tfancyj 9; seven sisters and two brothers, w»*»**«.» uiubvi, a nun iiwu uiuincrs, Lillian Stangl and Lucflle Kueck Algona, Ellen Jacobsen, Burt, Raymond Nelson, LuVerne, Alice Hurlburt, Minneapolis, Margaret Lewis, Norfolk, Va., Ruby Shoopman, Otho, Violet Bates, Somers,' and Melvin Nelson, Bloorhing Prairie, Minn. She was preceded in death by her parents. Area relatives attended the last rites. arid Mr. arid WANT APa BRING RESULTS ' Mrs. Bert Putzstuck were dinner guests New Years day of Mr. arid Mrs. Jariies Putzstuck. The eighth birthday of Billy Putzstuck was being Celebrated. He has been sick with rheumatic fever and perhaps will not return to school for awhile. Egels Hosts A pot luck .supper was held Sunday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egels and in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal Mr. arid Mrs. John Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wildin, Tom Macumber, James Pratt and Ann Senti, of Denmark, la. , Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor lodge will meet Jan. 15 at 7:45 p.m. in the Izaak Walton club room. Installation of 1962 officers by district director, Buelah Williams, Red Oak, will take place. Postpone Meeting The meeting of the Four Corners Mother and Daughters club has been postponed from Jan. 11 to Jan. 18. Hostesses will be Alvina Walker and Sue Bjustrom. , Mayp'r C: C. Shierk and three councflmen, Ken Peirce, ' Stan MUckey and Joe Elbert, were sworn in during ceremonies at U\e dty ^ aU Tuesday,. Jan. 2. All were : -wW ir^--^-«-^IA*^-«^ HAVING ANY TROUBLE STARTING? 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James Vofgt, 'Ernest 1 Hutchison, Dick Mittag, Eppo Buiten 'and Pete* Jorgensen, police men. . Dr. Joseph Rooney, health officer; Nancy Sands, deputy city clerk; Jess La'shbrook, street commissioner; D, Smith, Al Boekelman and Mrs. Courtney, comfort station committee; Max Bartholo- mew and L. E. Hovey, planning and zoning commission; Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Donald P6tter, playground commission. Mayor SHierk then appointed standing committees. They are: Ken Peirce, chmn., Jim Andreasen and Stan Muckey; ways, means and finance; Andreasen, chmn., Bill Finn and Peirce, purchasing; Joe Elbert, chmn., Muckey and Jim Whittemore, fire; Muckey, chmn., Finn and Whittemore, sewer, drainage and sanitation; Finn chmn., Elbert and Peirce, streets, alleys and sidewalks; and Whittemore, chmn., Andreasen and Elbert, rules and ordinances. In other actions, the city clerk was authorized to advertise for bids on the proposed new street department shed and set Jan. 31, 8 p.m. as time for the public hearing and letting at the city hall; and designated both local banks, Iowa State and Security State, as official depositories for municipal funds. AHS Speakers Win Tourney Algona high school won the tearii championship in the 19-schoo Buena Vista Speech Touniamerit a Storm Lake Saturday. It marked the second win for Algona speakers at the meet in three years. Here are ratings received by Algona entrants in the meet: Kay Agena, superior in debate excellent in extemporaneous anc poetry; Gary Colwell,, superior in debate, excellent in extemporaneous; Bucky Buchanan, superior,in debate, excellent in discussion; Tim Dailey, superior in debate and •discussion; Allan Bode, excellent in debate; John Schutter, excellent in debate. Alan Holt, excellent in debate and extemporaneous; John Phillips .superior in debate and extemporan- .eous; Jim Stanton, superior in ex- 'tempbranepus; Judy Wlllrett,' superior in discussion; Jim Finn, excellent in interpretation and extemporaneous; Sandra Cook, superior in interpretation; Bob Pratt, superior in interpretation; Carol Richman, excellent in interpretation; and Dave Reid, excellent in discussion and extemporaneous. Mr.- arid Mrs< Geofge WHen he was a small ehiid f the 1 fattiily 1 'ni6-vlBa te A faftt iftar -fli tefika, and live'd here tat aboui 3S year's. Htf-ftfafrie'd Delfa Hall arid riioved to OtflflHa abtfUf.3E years ag6, wherfe he -was 6rtpfoyi e-d fot 28 years as -a dfcrpisnte* M the Universiity KdspitaL Te leave's to* ffiotirA his his wife Delia, a s6rf> MiflrieapdliS; ,thre-« gra a brother/ Mi -A, Nelsbfl df Los" Angeles, Caw., tW6 sisters, :.Mr& L-. B. Larsdn of -Masbn City and Mr A Mar^ Davidson" of Riflgsted. Mr. Nelsori has been a member 1 of the Mason Lodge, for. many 1 years. Masonic' fiiH6"ral .serviced were conducted fo* Him' TtteSday in Omaha, A short p'rayeir' servted was held' for him Wednesday iri Titonka at the 1 Blake Futierai Home, Rev. Morris Kildal offidaf ng. Burial was' at Buffalo twp.- ceinetery. Pallbeafers were Gofdo'n Harisen, Ray Hansen, Willlairi.Schrahl, Earl StOttj Elmer Peterson and ! George Peterson. The only relatives of Mr. Nelson living at Titonka are cousins, Nellie, George, Albert and Milter Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Fox are proud parents of a son, born Dec 1 . 27 at the Buffalo Ceriter hospital. He weighed eight pounds, 10 ozs., and has been na'med Mark Wayne ; In Reading Festival Ten students 'of Garrigan High will participate in the Mohawk'In- terpretive Reading Festival at Mason City High, and, Junior college* Jan. 13. They are: Victoria Bradley, Betty Bray, Elaine Bruch, Kathleen Bestenlehner, Bernadette Hdbert, Jeannette Stetzel, Marie Thill, Rosa Lee Illg, Jeanne Nelson, and Karen Haverly. H:« M — -—i.. $1480 Ramtler 6, 4 dr. jlfeSU J^a,..--..' -ft»S 19S9 FofS ttT6J>.v*r Qyk". ;,:,.., :. ffiii 1-1958 Ford Faiilahe £00, ttdft, . Hifafop/ 6 c?l, Afllo., Radlb 8 , HaAfeC—- «-«-*— -u-lto. 1—1358 Chev. Blscayne 4>£tr. I , Cyh, overdrive ..... >.,,.. 5 97i ; i^lfliff F6td V'8, aflid, TWifu,; 30d _- a ^.......^,$ 924 1—1959 Chev. 6 C?L Sb Trtits. Bel Air '^l'..i..'.u-i-_ $129$ 1^1957 re*d 6 Cyl.>dOO ... f-MSStf Me*fciiry V<6 ._ 1—1955 Chev.. 2l(i 2-Ai. , V.B, Adib.,6 6ft ______ $501 NO CASH e. . L_7! 1—1954 tfonliac. Make lis an of&r I 1—1954 Studetalter. trfake us an <& fe'rl . * ' 'ftii'ftrd Crestline 4-dr. V4 thfti Exceptionally clean ...... $ 1—1947 Jeep, 4 wheel driv6< new paint ................. ,..,. $ 275 1^1955 DeSoto Firedome V-8, . Auto.. Trans. ____________ $ 29! 1—1954 Chev. 4-dr. 210 ____ $ 29! 1—195,4 Dodge .,. ___ r ______ $ 29! 1— 1954" Ford, O'drive 6 ____ $ 29! SERVICE "F'enton, fowa (U ONE LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MATERNITY VVEAR , 'dN SALE* N6W At FOWLER'S AT DRIVE IN FOR A COMPUTE ANALYSIS. AtGQNA, IOWA Former Titonka Man Passes At Indianola Titonkai — Fred Thacker, 53 died very suddely at his home Wednesday evening in Indianola Death was caused 'by a heart attack. He lived for several years in Titonka, coming here in the late forties, and was manager of the theater. He left Titonka to make hjs home in Indianola in late 'so and owned and operated a super market. Survivors are his wife, Geneva two daughters and a son. ' Funeral services were held Sunday at the Methodist church Indianola, and burial was at Indianola. Jens Sorensen Named Chairman Of Supervisors Jens Sorensen, Algona, was named chairman of the county board of supervisors during the annual organizational meeting of that group at the courthouse Tuesday, Jan. 2. He succeeds John Rode, Titonka, who held the post during 1961. • In other actions taken by the board at the meeting, all county road employees were given 5 cent an hour pay boosts, Joan Mueller, .who assists at the sheriff's office was given a 15 cent an hour raise, and many appointments were made. The appointees all served the same posts during 1961 — there were no new appointments. Annual Picnic The annual Algona Picnic will be held at Lake Park, Huntington Beach, Cal., Sunday, Feb. 4, from noon until 4:30 p.m., according to information received here from area residents basking in Southern California sunshine at the present time. Jn the few cases where TB attacks the eyes, the course of th« disease is slow, although the re- ll inuy be lusi yj &isiit' * Several From Whittemore At Liesener Rites Whittemore — A number of relatives and friends from Whittemore attended the funeral of Otto Liesener, 70, held at Austin, Minn. Dec. 27. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach, Mrs. Adelia Meyer, Mrs. AureHa Leininger, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Zumach and Edward Berninghaus. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Puffy entertained the Town and Cc-mfty Clyb New Years eve. Charles Bprmann won high and Mike Hfergen low, Mrs. Frank Foley won high and Mrs. Mike Mergeii law; Mrs. Leo Walters won travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley and' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag were guests of the club. Mr., and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith had as dinner guests on New Years day her parents Mr. Mrs. Ross Vaux of W^8t Be»4, l-other, .Mr. and Mrs. AJien nd family of Pocahonta's. Mrs. Oiga Braatz and daughter Ruth left Saturday for Aitken, Minn, where they are visiting at t}ie home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bender. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs pf Emmetsburg visited Friday Mr. and MrS. Eryyin gTQIlACP 2 Wedding Licenses , Two wedding licenses, were ]Sf sued this week by County Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to Vin- •ent Brennan, Emmetsburg, and Colleerj Barry, Algona; andDaf- ell Green and Rita Bonnstetter Algona, Jan. 6. ,. — ii-iu-i^— -i*«.-j^_«j^;^^ui-iUi.. nternational Momds , 13, Minnesota. Dept. No. 120 j Oj(t»nalol. . ; > i I 01 itoiTt oun a lol, but I ihlnk f can jel one. | 'ham. Acfd Iressj Towni __ Your Courily AgenV fil6ad Wegn.r 21S Soul« \Aclfleyi' Algona, Iowa ; ,' ,t.'_ -jPhorfe; dY,.«r370p. ,-'. , ...'• ' . : Farewell Party Lone Rock — A public farewell party was held in the Lone Rock Legion hall Monday evening, Jan. 8th-for. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Houck, who have spent 20 years managing the Lone Rock Telephone Exchange. The Houcks will move to Keystone, where Mr. Houck will be ehlployed as manager for the Keystone Cooperative Telephone Co., managing exchanges in Keystone, Garrison and Albon. For Sale USED EQUlPMitoT As we have decided .to quit the grocery business, we are going to sell all the equipment ft&fd M out business on a first come basis Here's a partial listing. Shelving Fre'ezers Check out cafsh registers " Pop Machines Meat Saws Meat Grinders Butcher blocks Meat Slicers Wrappers Wood Desk Several Scales of alf type$ Two wheel carts Shopping Carts Stools Ulspiay bjri$ FJspr ^rubber and ws*e.r, just Itke new - Commercial use Check out counters Meat Cases • Show Case's Dairy Cases' 30 Ft. Fruit Display T\*_. I . rniiLtf ' when you look for a loan on land!, THINK OF TOMORROW when you look for a loan on land. Land Bank Loans ' , ...,_, offer you many look-ahead features such payments, long terms arid the privilege of payment in advance at any time without penalty'. Let us show you* how to use a Land Bank Loan to buy .land, make improvements; pay off debts or for other purposes... and be sure your, interests, are protected now and iri the Muhf. . - * • i ^ tf- •*- " • , Federal Land Bank Association E. H. Hutchins, Manager Algona (south of P'enneys) Moneiay & Wednesday Forest City (Wesf of Fdresfer Hdtel) T»/esd6y & Friday -TQC*T TW*V f ^pvqi § Toil Air Cojj&Horie* year old In fact all odds aria ends misc. Items aWftmi}[ years to the grocery Everything \yilj be so|rf , tow 89 you mtMi^ejP 1* to be. ^i* DOUBLE A f SAFETY A BRAKE • SYSTEM t standard on RAMB *OFSAFETr# jVJth Rambler's Popbl*s»fety aysein failure is virtually impossible, SeparstcsyK and rear brakes. If one is (Jamseed othe^r woA* I was the new R am bj w is Why »ot see your R

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