(Itf) Uppi* 6*t MftlftM April ,f 0,; Showers For Two St. Joe Brides-ToBe St. Joe — Miss Alona Kirine will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower irt St. Joseph's School haft on Sunday, Apr. 15 with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss Ktane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Kinne, Ottosen, will be the bride of James J. Berte, son of Mr. and Mrs. A3- phonse Berte of St. Joe, on Tuesday, April 24, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church In Algona. Miss Bonnie K. Weydert was honored at a pre-nuptial shower on Sunday, April 8, in St. Joseph's school hall with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss' Wefdert, daughter of Mr. aid Mrs. Ahtoh Weydert of St. Jefe, will be tHe bride,of Jahies Harms,,son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harms' of'West Bend, on Saturday, April 23 at 9!30 a.m. C.D.A. To Meet Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 11 with Mrs. Francir Erpelding grand regent presiding. Committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. William McGuire. Mrs. Torn McKeown, Mrs. Leonard Studer, Mrs. Adeline Wagner. Mrs. John Origer and Mrs. Frank Reding. Mrs. Herb Kayser entered St Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge on Thursday where she underwent plastic surgery on Friday on scars she received in a car accident last summer. Easter's top-fashion full-length COATS 1995 choice of: vfoots..or laminates took your best for less! Our fashion coats have a wonderfully modest price... newest smart styling. Choose from all wools in tweeds, nubs, plaids or hopsackings or laminated fabrics of crepe, silk, jersey or cotton checks bonded to foam. Fully lined. Sizes 5-15, 8-18 and 14'/ 2 -24'/2. , BEll-RIMGER! ,,_.,._<. rain nshineCOAlo Utility coals that reverse from solid color to gay prints according to your mood. Many have hidden hoods. Water-repellent; ^ fl washable. Beige, black, green. 5-15, I II ' *** 8-18. ; Mrs. Jim Larsen* ffas from a 2 wleTt vMt Witfi hef Jh'uf Band, Private JariieS R. Larsen who is stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. 11 Mrs. Lafsen is making Her hdmfi here v^ith her parents, Mr. rind Mrs. Joseph Becker while Her husband, is in .service. She h employed 'i« the, First National Bank in Hurnbolclt. , .. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ffaricis Erpelding are.spending the weekend with their son James, a freshman at Loras (College in Dubuque. Carol Erpelding, senior student in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital School of Nursing spent the weekend here in the Erpelding home while her parents were in Dubuque. Patricia and Betty Wagner left on Friday night via train for Miami, Fla. to spend their vacation fro..i the Central Telephone Co. in Fort Dodge where they are employed. Tney return back to work on April 24th. Rites At Swea Tomorrow For Ida Kluger, 81 Swea City — Mrs. Ida Alma Kluger, 81, died at her home in Swea City at 7:45 a.m. Apr. 9. She was born Sept. 1, 1880 at Osceola and Feb. 14, 1897 was married to Henry Kluger at Sears- brough, la. Mr. Kluger died Apr. 1, 1958. Survivors include three sons. Curtis and Roy, Swea City, Renn, Pasadena, Cal.; three daughters. Urs. Milton Peterson (Lilly), Swea City, Mrs. Walter Meihe (Faye). Ontario, Cal. and Mrs. Willard iarrison (Bertha), St. James. Minn.; one brother, one sister, 14 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Services will be held Wed. (tomorrow) at 2 p.m. at the Swea City Japtist church with Rev. Cain of- iciating. Family services will be held at Barnes Funeral Home at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Harrison Twp. cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. Chur After Bald Eagle Film A free showing of the National Audubon Society's new film, "The Bald Eagle, Our National Bird" will be held at the Algona High School Auditorium on Tuesday eve ning, April 17, at 7:30. all interest ed are invited to attend. This is the first authentic, motion picture portrayal of the na tural history of the Bald Eagle There are also shots of soaring frigatebirds, roseate spoonbills and other widllife of the eagle habitat. The film is made available by Mrs R. I. Mawdsley Injure Three Three persons sulked minor injuries in d pair o£,crashes 'in Kossuth county durWf'thl past week, Injured were H&bert H> Meyer, 32, Cedar Rapfds, cut on knee and bruises oh an BfoUJ Ma*r- ilyn Meyer, 29, hil wife, Cuts on the forehead and cheek &M-bMm on her knees, and Kenneth' For* burger, 32, Wesley, to'ra l§g Hga- ments, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were" Irijur- ed at 9:45 p.m. Saturday when their auto, driven by Mr. Meyer, collided with'a car driven by Nick A. Eischen, 77, Algona, The mishap occurred a half-mile west of St. Benedict ori a blacktop road and Eischen was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way by Patrolman Bill Tordoff who , investigated. . The Meyer car was headed north and Eischen was headed south, turning east, at the time. Both cars were totally demolished and the injured were treated at St. Ann hospital. Forburger suffered his injuries when the auto.he was driving rah off highway 169 a,half-mile South of Algona and overturned in a ditch at 9:50 p.m. Wednesday Apr. 4. He was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle by Patrolman Bird who investigated. Damage to the auto was estimated at $1,000. Forburger was not hospitalized. • Anna Nelson, LuVerne, Passes Funeral services for Mrs. Anna M. Nelson, 83, were held Monday afternoon at 1:30 at the Zion Lutheran church with the Rev. Allen Rudlow officiating. The Blake Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Following the services at Lu- Verne the body was taken to Chicago where interment will be n Elmwood Park cemetery. Mrs. Nelson died Friday at Lutheran hospital,ih Fort Dodge. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Hanson of LuVerne and Mrs. Marion Krass of Fort Dodge, six grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, a brother, Gust Johnson of Fort Dodge, and a- sister, Gerda Johnson, who lives in Sweden. Born in Sweden Mrs. Nelson came to the United States in 1900. Slje.was married in 1903 to Rasper Nelson in Chicago, 111., who preceded her in death. Mrs. Nelson came to LuVerne four years ago to live. New President Student Group • Algona Community School student received a large share of district and state honors durlrig the past week. Bob Pratt, junior, was elected president of the North Central District Association of Student Councils at a meeting at Webster City Thursday. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt, is junior class president and has had leading parts in school plays. He was elected from a field of 12 candidates, most of whom spoke before Bob did and used the jokes planned for his speech. Bob succeeds Chuck Streit, Algona high senior, who has been district president for the past year. Chuck is the son of Mr and Mrs Matt Streit. • Larry Munger, seventh grader in the Algona schools, was elected vice-president of the junior high division of the Student Council Association at the same meeting. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Robert ;Munger. A panel discussion was held at the meeting by Algona students, Ann Haase, Lynn Kueck, Maurine O'Brien and Mary Misbach. Others from Algona attending were Lyte Alberts, faculty advisor, Vicki Steil, Becky Eraser, Carol Teeter and David Martin. and Jay Drones, Otto Kelly, nrd Mino. Wallah,tejfloW* dies, J&rUft.ltfUeMlsia pay and E, ft. Maus. Mrs. R. S. Mather gave devolMs flfid Mrs, Mfifi- eii IhirlfcflW ftftff 'HW Suit, Ed ;St^wlrt. this Week that all but three ers have signed cofitratts for, the coming yea?, Jfiflfr ate toff, Elaine Tow arid MM. Barbara Tolsdoff, 3#d grade teachers; and Lyridon Opsalj siie^ch Instructor. A Spanish, teacher a'tid librarian are still needed. TERRAMYCIN fights Early Mortality . . . Save chicks through the water with help from Terramycin Poultry Formula with Anti- Germ 77. As Advertised in Farm and Home Section Klein's Farm Supply Algona a&^<8SG&>G>aX^ %380!8&ai!Q^^ w Saster favorites in bone, white, patent. . , LuVerne Farmer To Head Drive Donald Warmbier, farmer near LuVerne, has been named the 1962 chairman of the • educational and fund-raising Cancer Crusade in South Kossuth County. Warmbier, a veteran of World War II was stationed in the Southwest Pacific with the United States Air Force. He is active in many rural and community affairs having served in offices in many local organizations. He is an active member of the Zion Lutheran church, LuVerne. He is the son of the late Herman Warmbier, who made a courageous fight for his life and lost against the dread disease. • 25 Are Named To Honor Roll At Swea City Swea City — The honor roll for the first nine week period of the second semester was released this week by the Swea City school. Twenty-five students achieved a B or above average for this period. They were Martha Guyer, Myron Hurlburt, Lorraine Kracht, Treva Peterson, Larry Simonsmeier and Elaine Verbrugge, seniors; juniors, Barbara Beck, Dorothy Engholm, Caryl Larsen, Twila Pulver, Jerry Thompson; sophomores, Judy Ab bas, Diana Campbell, Cart- Franks, Sharon Johnson, Jennife: Mogensen, Robert Simonsmeier Rial Tague; and freshmen, Cathy Fedderson, John Martin, Rod Smith, Petrea Thoreson, Vivian Thoreson, Marjorie Tobln. Plan- Summer Work The Swea City school board rehired all cooks, bus drivers, custodians and the school secretary at their regular meeting Monday evening. The board met with the school custodians and discussed summer work which will be done. The two offices will be painted and asphalt tile floors are to be laid in these two rooms. David Ostergaard, sophomore, received a first on his exhibition of molds at the State Line Conference Science Fair Saturday at Thompson. An exhibition on dental hygiene by Judy Davidson and Shirley Smouse received a two. Ten new members were received into the Womans Society of Christian Service at their regular meeting Tuesday. New members are Mesdames Andrew, Warren Bancroft Boy Promoted In Air lines Off ice Bancroft — Larry Eckheart, 20 year-old son of Mr ah'd Mrs Clyde 2ckheart of Bancroft, was promoted to the staff ih Chicago by the American Airlines. He will work in the Prudential Bldg. office, taking effect April 16, after one week of management school. Larry is spending this. Week in Denver, Colo, visiting friends. Larry is a graduate of St. John's High School and CommeriCal College, Mankato, in June 61. He started work for American Airlines when he finished College. Completes Swine Course Don Prieskorn, Algona recently completed a course of study ih the 'ield of swine management and nutrition and has been presented a Certificate of Award as a swine ialist as a result of his 50 USED T V SETS SALE THIS IS THE LAST WEEK OF THIS USED T.V. SALE. WE : STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM. SO COME IN AND LOOK THESE SETS OVER! YOU'LL LIKE THEM AND THEY ARE PRICED LOW FOR THE REST OF THIS WEEK. TOM'S RADIO & T.V. NORTH MOORE STREET Carolynne fine Footwear, mostly 5.99 Tiffany Originals, mostly . . . . 8.95 Party-Goer Dress Flats, mostly . 3.99 Join the Easter Parade In fashion footwear from our wonderful collection of styles in high or mid heels; casual and dressy flats. Exciting sayings on every pair! Sizes tp 10, AA-B. WATCH THE BUILDING Formerly Occupied by Olson Variety STAR!ING 7:00 THURSDAY NIGH! • GIANT FURNITURI BONANZA • by ,thi, n< ., ttf, ill., for whom Mr. Pries* is a Dlstfle|J|«MftBag6f. Cdrl Halvorson, Ringsted, Dies daughter, Ihte <Mdren and rfrert. ' services were §i «* Mn Edrofflclatlp View Memori - Cart ,T. ?8, long-tone flrrrier ta the fU sted-Arrhstrong mbrhln|[ Ate; 5, Of frKbaft at Fairmont. He grew tft tiiMhMM ft City, wwa area and fflatfU- Sept. 1, 1909. £hey jflovy &**&; strong and famed there until 1950 when they farmed sTjv^at yeart north of Ringsted. in 1957 ifoy ri- tired and moved to Fattmont. He ll Swcft City '- American; Legion < Auxiliary > announced- > this week that Barbara Beck, daughter, ,, of the Wm. Becks, has; been Chosen < for Girls State from Swea, City, Twlla Pulvefy daughter of -the Lynn Pulvers',. has been chosen as alternate. , ^ Both girls have been, active -in rKusic, and were in the class play. Barbara has beerf a chee-rleader 3 years, is on, thejmpef staff, and, is organist at the Meth'o'dist cMrfch. * '. °j -J ..f.'^ .^.'iJ'.rV ,"> ' ' --------- ' , SEE US fOR COMPilTfe ASSORTMENT OF (, Northern Grown Nursery Stock Our Stock will be in This Week — - OPENING H6URS - DAILY - 7:30 a.m. to 12 Noon - 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. SUNDAY - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (BEGINNING APRIL 15) Duncan Nursery RESIDENCE PHONE CY 4-2339 NURSERY PHONE CY 4-4813 COME TO OUR MEETING ATTENTION! All Veterans of World War I U.S.A. Their Wives and Widows; * You are invited to attend the meeting to be held in the American Legion Hall in Algona on Wednesday evening, At 8 p.m. April 18th, 1962 — Coffee will be served. The Tall Corn Barracks No. 688 and their Auxiliary will each hold their separate meeting^ and then meet together. A special and interesting program will be given. Only thru united efforts can our Veteran's Interests be properly presented and maintained. Be there.— See us at Tall Corn Barracks No. 688 and Auxiliary of Kossuth County meeting in American Legion Hall, Algona, — Wednesday, April 18th at 8 p.m. Election of officers will be held. DR. L. R. POTTER, Comm. ROY McMAHON, Q. M. MILTON NORTON, Adj. flv^ftrflftiyfl^ POTATO PRICES that can't be beat! WHITE COBBLERS 25Lbs, 49 NORTH DAKOTA RED RIVER VAUEY 20 TONS OF SEED POTATOES DUE APRIL 14! QET THiM THIS WiiK AT ,-'. . East End Grocery tews Pptete HftttjUWtti n"
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