Gloriann Tjarks Honored With Shower, Titonka tiionka — Gloriann fjarks, daughter txf Mr and Mrs Herman Tjarks, was honored Friday evening, Jan. 11, at a miscellaneous shower held at the Ramsey Reformed church. The honoree's 'table was decorated in blue and white and was centered with three wedding bells. Her sister Shirley heioed her with the un- of the gifts, and two of her cousins Judy and Carol Tjarks of Wesley brought the gifts to and from the table. A nice program was planned and presented after which the honoree opene'd her many gifts. At the close of the evening a lunch was served by the hostesses: Mrs JTohn Isebiand and Joice of Titonka, Mrs Henry Dirksen and Janice of Woden and Miss Margaret Freesman of Buffalo Center. Miss Tjarks will become the bride of Luverr.e Brue of buffalo Center, Feb. 8, at 7:30 at the Ramsey Reformed church. Margaret, Katheryn, Ruth anc 1 ( < ; Farmers * *See THE FIRESTONE NEW TREAD TRACTOR TIRE AD IN THE "Farm and Home Section" In Thit Newspaper BRADLEY BROS. FIRESTONE TIRES Clara Everding and Mr and Mrs John G. Rippetitrop were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr and Mr.' Wm. L. Rode and Linda. Mr and Mrs Loren Hans art the parents of a baby daughte: born Sunday morning, Jan. 13. nt the Buffalo Center hospital The baby weighed 6 Ibs. and 8 oz. and has been named Kimberly Jean. They have one other child, a ?on, Keith. Miss Ruth Everding was an evening dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters Monday evening. Col. L. B. Hans'on of California flew 1o Titonka Sunday eveninq to attend the funeral services of W. J. Denton and to visit hi? mother. Mrs Edna Richter and also at the home of his brother-in- law and wife, Mr and Mrs C. F. Cullies and family. Mr and Mrs Raymond Krominga and family visited at th( home of Mr Kromir.'ga's parents. Mr and Mrs Reinder Krominga, Sunday. 18 STATES The nation was well represented in the city jail at Clarinda during the past. year. Thai in- sHtuation had 38 "guests" during the year, from 18 different states. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN DIX, K. J. — Pvt Merlyti M. Krosch, son of Mr and Mrs Maynard Krosch, Ledyard, recently began the setond phase ol a six-month tour of active duty under the Reserve Forces Act at Fort Dix, N. J. Kro?ch is receiving advanced infantry training after completing basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He was graduated from Grant Consolidated High School in 1956. FORTJJ1X, M. J. ~~ Army Pvt. Gerald SiPedersen, 19, son of Mr and -Wrlr Soren Pedersen, Ledyard, recendy began the second ph.-.se of a six-month tour of active duty under the Reserve Forces Act at Fort Dix, N. J. Pedersen is receiving advanced ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1957 VOL. 94 - NO. infantry training after completing basit combat training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1955 graduate of Grant Consolidated High School. __ O— — U. S. FORCES, ALASKA — Harold M. Kemr.:i, son of Mr and Mrs John H. Keirna, Bancroft, recently was promoted to specialist third class in Alaska where he is a member of the 813th Engineci Battalion. Specialist Keirna, a mechanic in the battalion's Company B, entered the Army in June 1955 and received basic training at Fort Chaffee, Ark. He arrived in Alaska in November 1955. The 23-year-old soldier was graduated from St. John's High School in 1951. MATHER AIR FORCE BASE— Staff Sergeant Robert W. Wilhel- nii, son of Mr and Mrs C. Harold Wilhelmi of Bancroft, re-enlisted in the United States Air Force at Mather Air Force Base, near Sacramento, Calif, last week. Sergeant Wilhelml is an aircraft mechanics crew chief. He is r graduate of St. John's High School in Bancroft where he was active in basketball, baseball and dramatics' He entered the Air Force in December 3952. Sergeant, and Mrs Wilhelmij, the former Merrilyn Graham of Algona, have -two children BONY I nii*<* OVEN PROOF • DETERGENT PROOF • (INDERGL4ZED HERE YOU Save the PINK CASH REGISTER TAPES yon get when you | || shop at COUNCIL OAK STORES. Put them in the handy en, | ! velope* available at all COUNCIL OAK STORES. When an • envelope contains a total of $35.00 in PINK CASH REGISTER | TAPES, bring them in and the store manager will exchange | them for the DINNERWARE UNIT you want/There is no limit . • to the number of FREE unite you may get on this offef. I *j CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS, LODGES, CLUBS: Pool your | J cash register tapes' and procure sizable amounts of this beautiful • | dinnerware for your church or club. • U— wid |Mtt.m will Mm WMI •« - 1.1* tH ..J. .H - - tf«kk. Mil UHACfMNT ,1 sv« / START TODAY! YOU it HAVE 'A COMPLETE SET Of DINHERWARE-BEFORE YOU : ' REALIZE IT! UNIT No. 1 with 0 envelope' COMPLf n YOUR DINNERWARE SERVICE WITH THfSE 3 UN/TS m fR£f 3 SOUP BOWLSJS j VALUt FREE WHH © fNVHOPf* SUGAR BOWL AND CREAMER FREE W/TH FR# AND PLATTER J YAM V., IBS. '- * <• \\ "^ y$ RIPE, FIRM GOLDEN BANANAS 'y* :- "-fm . ^i CRISP- FRESH PACKED CARROTS URGE CELLO BAG 1QQ% PURE FRESH GROUND BEEF 3Lbs, Ik SWIFT'S ORIOLE SLICED BACON Lb. 39c FREE HOT DOGS All Day Friday Gus Gloser's All-Meat Wieners 10 Feet For 79c Super * Market FROZEN PEAS 10-ounee pkgs. 2 for 33c "White loaf FLOUR 50'lb. Sag 2.98 Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs O. L. Thoreson of Swea City, who wore honored Dec. 26 at their home on observance of their golden wedding, are pictured above. Three members of the original wedding party, besides the honored couple, were present. They were Rev, C. W. Samuelson of Marcus, and Richard M. Anderson and Carl Lofstrom. •£ Swea City. One hundred forty guests registered at the open house. The Thoreson's five children, Cecil and Orville of Swea City, M , rs ,. W - J-prace of Des Moines, Mrs George Durdjevich of Council Bluffs, and Mrs James McCauslin of Creston, were present. The Thoresons have lived ,on their present farm all their married life. (Cut courtesy Swea City Herald). Social Club Of 4 Corners Met At Nelson Home Portland — The 'Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the home of Mrs Verle' Nelson, with new officers taking over. Mrs Minnie Larsen acted as president for Mrs Bernard Phelps who had been sick with $he flu. Mrs Elwood Nelson, secretary, and Mrs Ted Rike, treasurer. Two songs were sung and after a short business* WE SELL ^ " AND_RECOMMEND SWIFT'S PLANT FOODS meeting, a delicious lunch was served by the hostess.. The next meeting will be February 5 at the home of Mrs Earl Zwiefel. Mr and Mrs Maurice Bilsbor- •>ugh and family and Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Corinne and Kermit attended the funeral of Ray Webb at Algona, Saturday. Mr and*Mrs L. G. Huber of Titonka were Friday evening guests at the Earl Zwiefel home in honor of Corinne Zwiefel's sixteenth birthday, which was Friday, Jan. llth. Monday evening Earl Zwiefel was on the Farm Bureau program for Hancock County at Garner. P.I o y d Huisman accompanied, him .to the meeting, v Mrs Zwiefel, Corinne and Kermit were supper: guest^-at. the Huisman Jiome that everi^igi "^ The farm school at the Portland community hall Friday evening was well attended.' Miss Corinne Zwiefel attended a birthday party for Snarl Stecker Tuesday evening at the Stecker home. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family were Sunday afternoon guests at the Victor Fitch home. BLENN fc*_cgra«mdLother grains BRIMM for vegetables; fruits and other high-value crop* PASTURGRO;^ Che only plant food made especially for grass and gross-legume pastures S«9 v$ right away aboirf £90r plant footf needs. As Advertised ,In Farm ft Home Section ROBINSON PRODUCE Lotts Creek Aid Meeting Held The Lotts Creek Ladies Aid met at the churdh oarloi;s Jan. 11, with Mrs Gerald Kuecker and Mrs Art Kressin as iiostesses. Thank **ou letters from Alvin Rigger and Mrs Tom Schueller,' Old People's Home at Perjy, the Hospital at' Woodward and the Hospital at Cherokee were read. It was voted to have a Valentine party, Feb. 14. Each member is asked to bring a tea towel to the next aid meeting. February hostess will be Mrs Tom Schueller and Mrs Kermis Kuecker. Plan Swine Ass'n A meeting is planned at the Extension Office, Algona, for January 31, 1:30 p.m. to organize a county swine improvement association, '*This association will organize on the fajin system for gilt selection that will get meat type and fast gaining hogs. An association like this is in opera.tion.in Plymouth County, 28 YEARS Otto B, Hanson, 69» has gone back to farming, after ?8 years of road maintenance wo.rk lor Wesley Adams county, AA haw littla i* 99 HOW IITTI* If costs to 1 TJ own a Golden D __i,-* QOI ROCKet 911 far „ RocitJ IM)1 Qe It MM»J CQMi INI YOU'RE ALWAYS WEICOM* AT ~ DAU'S GARAGE, 125 Smtth Do4» W, TT - •• ''
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