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3-Alflona (lalUpper Des M6ln« . Tueday, Mdftti 13, Bt-tdc flonofed Due (6 Inclement weather, the miscellaneous bridal shower which was to have been given two weeks ago at the VFW hall for Nancy , Gellenfeld. now Mrs. Larry Olson, waMosftke-d tilt Sunday; Match if Jit the First Lutheran church; Hostesses were Mrs. Duane Logue, Mi's. Jim Kelley, Mrs. Henry (Jell- enfeld," Mrs. Howard Raney, Mrs. H. M. Knecht, Mrs, William Tordoff and Mrs. Lowell Samp. Another shower was given Monday at Burt which also; had been post' poned. Observe Birthdays • Mr. and.Mfs. Ben Wlbben, Mr. and Mrs, David Hanklns and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Goof red- son, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stoll, riumboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Colfin Myer, Donald and Curtis, of Chapel Hill, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs. ,' Ed Godfredson, Bancroft, for dinner Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson's at Swea City. The birthdays of Mrs. Ed Godfredson and Sandra and Donald Myer were observed. Pack Meeting Pack 29 of the Cub Scouts and ' parents will meet at Lucia Wallace school Tuesday, Mar. 20 at 1 p.m. The following boys will be joining the pack: Matt Reilly, Rick Bilyeu, Scott Buchanan, Tommy Burt, Dale Mittliecter, Mike Moulton, James Pergarttfe, Randy Smith, Timmy Rooney, Joe Bes- tenlehner, Walt Bradley Jr., Billy Foth and Timmy Lucey. church will meet fuesdayj ^ 20, for a work session. Hostesses will be Mrs. G. R.. Fountain, Mrs. Cleo Blade and Mrs. Clara Cruik shank. Mrs. Ron Bitz will give the devotions. tlas Coffee Party : Mrs. Jim Johnson gave a coffee Wednesday at which the guests were Mrs. B. J. Bradford, Mrs. Duane Johnson, Mrs. Arnold Hill, Mrs. Art Olson, Mrs. Robert Sigsbee and Mrs. James Will, Vicki RlstaU, 10 Mrs. Arthur Ristau gave an after school party Monday in honor of the tenth birthday of her daughter, Vicki Lynn. .Twenty guests enjoyed the courtesy. Games were played and refreshments' served. Delphian Society The Delphian society meets Mar. 20 with Mrs. Dorothy Dewel. Assistant hostess is Eldora Agena. The program will be given by exchange students, Caroline Plott and Sonla Rosa. Have Two Parties Mrs., Nels Anderson, Mrs. Rob- .ert Bickert, Mrs. Ralph Bower, Mrs. ,J. B. .Harris, Mrs. Floyd Holt, Mrs. Gene Hood, Mrs. Don Prieskorn and Mrs. J. M. Rooney are entertaining at a brunch-bridge Wednesday at eleven o'clock at the Country Club. The same group is entertaining at . a bridge-dinner Thursday evening. Wed 50 Years Mrs. Harry Cutler and sister, Mrs. Walter Connor, Sioux Rdpids, are holding open house Mar. 18 from 2 to 5 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church at Alta for the parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wilson's golden wedding anniversary. Mr/ and Mrs. Wilson are former owners of the Wilson cafe, Algona. Hosts At 500 Mr. and Mrs. Ron Taylor were hosts to a 500 party at their home Sunday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens, Mr. and Mrs. Larry ' Steinman, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sarchet, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stock, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dutton and Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Jr. The hostess also served lunch. Donna Goddcn, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the fourth birthday of their daughter, Donna. /Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, and Lori and Connie and Kevin Crabtree, Madrid, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Godden and Susie, Billy and Thresa Beaumont. Tommy Taylor, 11 Tommy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, observed his eleventh birthday Saturday and had as guests at a bowling party PaU Christensen, Steve Merryman and Neal Anderson. ; . . ' Bel Canto The Bel Canto Club meets Mar. 14 with Mrs. Vernon Jensen. Mrs George Sefrit will Have charge of the .program, "Music for Children." dal, Waltcf 'Hanson; ttarbld' Cartner, Henry Mziflge* ;,, H a r o 1 d Qingrlch, 'jtglferl 'fid§i, Burton Hfiiwoft, .Amur .Pftersoft, Caw lAid^jMBfiridl^Rfly Cunning. halt, Aft CTif issiftgef find Bob Bo- Mrs. Will Hostess Mrs. James Will entertained her card club Friday evening. Her sister, Mrs. A. L. Rochleau, Fairmont, Minn., was a guest. Birthday Club Mrs. Merle Webster is entertaining her birthday club Thursday. The anniversary of Mrs. Mary Olson will be observed. Circle Meetings Women of .Congregational Fellowship will meet Mar. 15, Host Card Club Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld entertained r their, card club last welek Sunday evening. Club Meeting Algona Federated Women's Club will meet Mar. 19 at 7:30 o'clock in the Farm Bureau building There will be a panel discussion on pornography by Mrs. George Wolfe, Mrs. Art Krause and Mrs Hoy Adams. Mrs. Perry Collin? will give a talk on "Memorable Events in March." Host Workers Mrs. Wesley Bartlett and Mrs Cliff Skogstrom are entertaining at a coffee Wednesday morning for the concert workers. At the same time, 9:30 o'clock, Barbara Hag gard and Mrs. Keith Christie are entertaining another group o workers. The four hostesses art Captains of the concert project. Coffee Hostess Mrs. Warren Andreasen enter tained at a four o'clock coffet Thursday in observance of the birthday of Mrs. Larry Sowers ant Mrs. Phil Ballard. Other guests were Nicolas Dangelser, Mrs. Jin Palmer, Mrs. Pete Jorgenson anc Mrs. Duane Schnell. Uuplisl Women Women of the First Baptis TifonkaShow Proceeds At Gross Of $650 The variety show sponsored by he Band Mothers and PTA of Ti- onka, last Friday evening, result- 2d in a total of about $650 in proceeds, which net will go into the band uniform fund, after expenses. There was lively bidding at the slave auction, handled by John Bcenken and Jack DeVrics, assisted by Cliff Krantz and Dale Higgins. Ed Boyken served as clerk at this interesting session. Douglas Sehutjcr won the door prize. The show "Red Peppermint Club", complete with cigarette girls, was a roaring success, as were all program numbers, with Cliff Carlson as master of ceremonies. Program numbers were presented by Mrs. Dan Oberholtzer, Moetta Givonsky, Kirk Struthers, Phil Seaberg, Noel Krantz, Barrel Isebrand, Alfred Rode, Greg Miller Forrest Rode and Dave Isebrand Linda Kildal; and various instru mental groups did a fine job. Men of the community who engineered the production were Morris Givens, Phil Jaren, Vern Raf- . Women working on trie. project were .Mrs, Ray Cunningham, Mrs. Burtott Hanson,. Mrs, Glen Miller, Mrs. J". K. Hill, Mrs, Merle Hoover, Mrs. Harold Gartnery arid Mrs. Bob, Bolenius,- variety .show; Mrs. George Sachau and Mrs. Delmar Kinseth, bake sale and lunch) MtS. Wm.'Rode and Mrs. Pete Haineg, ticket sates ; \ Mrs. s Clifford Krantz, and Mrs, Clark f Mlller, programs and slave auc'tio'ft; Mrs. Edward Boykett, newspaper publicity. The steering committee consisted of the officers' of the sponsoring organizations. President of Band Mothers is Mrs. Ed Brandt and president of PTA, Ray Cunningham. Ex-Algonan's Rites Hefd Fune'ral' services for Mrs. Frankie Jaseperson, 87, were held Saturday at . Glendale, Calif i, with burial in. Forest Lawn Cemetery there. 'Mrs. Jasbersott died unexpectedly Wednesday afternoon, March 7. . Frankie McMurray was born at Algona. Her husband, Andrew Jasperson, preceded her in. death in 1951. The couple owned and operated farms at Algona, Plum Creek Township and Fenton, before retiring to California about 35 years ago. In recent years, Mrs. Jasperson had lived with a daughter, Mrs. Cass Smith, Burbank, Calif. Surviving are three sons, Elmer Jasperson, Algona; Andrew. Jasperson, Baldwin Park, Calif., and Oran Jaseperson, Glendale, Calif.; five daughters, Mrs. Victor (Hester) Yqung, Clear Lake; Mrs. Ralph (Nella) Hofer, recently of Clear Lake and now of Mesa, Ariz. ; Mrs. Hiram (Helen) White, Monterey, Calif.; <pflrs. 'Ada McCorkle, Burbank, Calif., and Mrs. Cass (Marjie) Smith, Burbank, Calif.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Junior Leaders The Kossuth County 4-H Junior Leaders will hold then: meeting on March 20 at 8:00 at the Algona high school annex. Some of the members. who attepded the junior leader winter camp will have charge of a program on citizenship. ' .. ' • • r ' Steno DeBoer/ 47, Succumb Burial Is Funeral sices ot Stefto De* Boer, age 4f, were held March S at the First Reformed church in Bufalo Center. Rev. John; Jannseti of the Ramsey Reformed bfltirW oT- ficiated and burial was In Graceland cemetery. Mr. DeBoer died 8 p.m, 'Mar. -i at University hospital in Iowa City, He had been a tubfcrculoMs'lpatlM at the Oakdale sanatbriuffif flSar Iowa City f6r thff pa"st> flv0eHs, Cause of death" was listed' as Md- den heart failure. Mr. DeBoer was bortl Oct, 3, 1914 at Buffalo Center, the son of Mr and Mrs T. T. DeBoer. tftfe* farmed in the Buffalo Centef area" until five years ago. He is survived by his father of Buffalo Center! four brothers, Glaus of Buffalo Center, Ted of Tl- tonka, Ubbe of Rake and George of Minneapolis. Three sistefl, Mf8 Arthur Rode and Mfs Geofge AtV derson o^flfMka^fllM^ Loehr of Sell . . . , Girl Scouts irt the North Area Council, which Includes / gona, will hold, their.annual .cookie sale here Mar, 19-24-; During that week, the local Scouts' will 44ke orders for any of the five-varietfes being offered, arid delivery will be during the week of A$tl 24*29, It Will,be a good Ume A to fill your cookie jar flJt'lr Troop leaders Irf charge of cookie sale are msdt Hutchison, Art Rfstau, son, Ralph Hauser, Gail Haase, Eppo Bui ten, James Boudewytls and Ray Goodman. Mayor's Cdtirt ;.? ' Three persons paid fines in Maor C. C. Shierk's court here" this week following hearings of traf- fie violations. They vvere COttf&d" CONGREGATIONAL RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 17 8 A. M. TO 1 P. M. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH BASEMENT , * and coS* 1 ' Irt primer painWIghtujHo ' roofing?, L •• '- ; 4 What's different about Rambler They »top.wh«rf olher briilii* cin't, BouSfe** 1 Safety Brake'System Has tandem friastei'cylinders. • If front'br'dkes fall, rbar brakes stfll wtirlf afid vice versa. Self-adjusting braked standard, tblh ' What's different about Rambler's headroom? DIAMOND Says Give Your Feet A Treat And Your Pocket Book Too! Boy's Sizes 3'/> To Men's 12 Dress Oxfords As Low As WORK SHOES SIZES 6-12 As Low As $5.99 $5.99 DIAMOND'S of Algona Jacket Headquarters of N.W. Iowa lt'sgr«at«rthananydthor ArtlerlcSn car's. Rambler Classic 6 and Ambassador V-8 beat all other makes In front-seat' headroom (even Cadlllac!)-can seat six 6-footers easily* What's different about Rambler's i muffler an •tailpipe? They won't rust out. Ceramic-Armored muf- tier, tailpipe guaranteed against defect as long .ds you own your new Rambler. If either rusts out, collision damage excepted, a Rambler dealer makes free replacement "What's different about Rambler's prices?; ^ They're America's lowest. Only Rambler brings you America's lowest suggested retail prices for .convertible, 2-door and ~*\4-door sedans and wag- Jons —all quality-built with Rambler excellence* RAMBLER World Standard of Compact Car Excellence DAU'S GARAGE, 125 South Dodge St. Algona Miscellaneous FOR COMPLETE GRADE A Dairy Products Patronize your only locally owned dairy, where you get the sweetest milk money can buy. A choice of any product you want is available on daily delivery. Call CYpress 4-3106 for service. AlXiONA DAIRY Floyd Bode and Hugh Black (10-11*) AUTHORIZED HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER SALES AT FOSTER FURNITURE. CY 4-4290. 10 Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BIU" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Fireproof Chests v unice Hies FRANCHISED DEALER • Invincible Metal Furniture • Art Metal Furniture • Smith-Corona Merchant • Remington Portables • Victor Adder$ • R. C. Allen Adders W TAC • STA • TYP • ADI • ADI • FILE • FILE • PAF • MARKING PENCILS • PENCIL SHARPENERS • CLASP ENVELOPES • COIN ENVELOPES • PAPER CLIPS • PAPER FASTENERS • THUMB TACKS • RUBBER STAMPS • STAMP PADS • DATERS O SHIPPING TAGS TAG WIRES STAPLERS a STAPLES TYPEWRITER RIBBONS ADDER RIBBONS ADDER PAPER FILE FOLDERS FILE GUIDES PAPER PUNCHES • SCOTCH TAPE • TAPE DISPENSERS. • RUBBER BANDS • CLIP BOARDS • ACCO FASTENERS • SCRATCH PADS • PHONE RESTS • STAMP PAD INK • RUBBER CEMENT • POSTAL SCALES • SHEET HOLDERS f LEGAL PADS 0 LETTER TRAYS • ONIONSKIN PAPER • SECOND SHEETS • COPY PAPER f MIMEO PAPER f DUPLICATOR PAPER • STORAGE FILES Metal Office Desks, Steno and Office Chairs. Typewriters BOND TYPING PAPER UPPER DES MOINES 111 E. CALL ACROSS FROM JHE NEW MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT IN ALGONA CY 4,3531

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