ThOrdcty, Pabruary 14, 1W Farewell Held FofGranfTwp. FaTmerJebJ « Swea Ctiy _ Twelve families Belong Road K north of Swe.i • City surprised Wm. Barger Fri•day night with a farewell party ' in his honor. The group brought refreshments and presented Mr Barger with a rug and a bedspread. After 35 years on the same farm. Mr Barger will hold and City from Charles Blair. Mrs Barger died 3 years ago, Mr Barger has been active i ft Grant township affair having, been president of th . a closing out sale Feb. 20 to the Swea has purchased from will move acreage he Friday, February 15 Midnight Show-'i 1:30 p.m. (ADMISSION 60c) Look At These Free Dividends! FREE TO ALL, A BONUS 2-for-l TICKET TO A COMING ATTRACTION , Plus A FREE DISCOUNT CERTIFICATE ON RECORD _PUHCHASES ( Good at Kossulh Radio 8t TV (Nexl lo Thealre) school board of the Grant consolidated district for a time. School of instruction for Order of Eastern Star, Swea City chapter, will be held Saturday, Feb. .'IB, at the Masonic Temple, at 9 'a.m. Members of Past Matrons club will serve a 1 o'clock luncheon for officers and distinguished guests Saturday after- St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Arndorfer noon and inspection will begin at tf p.m. ceremonies .. Mr and Mrs Martin Tokheim And On The Screen — THE STORY OF A LOVE THAT MADE WONDERFUL MUSIC I S1BHRT W MliLER STORY' 1*^ oioi mr . *--J CHARLES DRAKE 'GEORGE TOBIAS • HENRY MORGAN i - ' oorf ">«« Mutitol 'Grtatt'ot Gwtif Ztonl [FMNCBUW-IOIIIS MKSTROXG-EEHE KJUPA'BEN PfllUCK YES, IT'S AIL MUSIC! Even the shorts: * LOUIS PRIAAA AND HIS ORCHESTRA * BORAH'MINNEVITCH AND ORCHESTRA Ends Thursday: "Everything'But The Truth' FRIDAY & SAT. -2 Days Only- A MILLION DOLLAR DOUBLE-CROSS I2XPLODES ...IN LISBON I V/here life la quick and lovo IB sudden I HESSOT J. YATIS »tw.ti RAY MILLAND • MAUREEN O'HARA CLAUDE RAINS • YVONNE FURNEAUX NATURAMA JRUCOLOR • iui FRAilCIS LEDERER """" - PLUS THIS CO-HIT - 'our 10e Coupon From Page 1 >f This Paper Redeemable For hat Amt. pt Theatre Fri. or Sat USE YOUR Page 1 Coupon - See A Movie ! of Grant township are on a visf to Arizona, where they are visit ing his sister, Mrs James Still man at Mesa, and will also vlsi former Grant neighbors, tm, Chester Farringtons, at Tempe. Janet Thoreson Was hostess tt> the Swea-EagIe'4-H club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Augusta Pehrson, longtime resident of this community who now .makes her home with a daughter, Mrs E. J. O'Dell, in Bancroft, was taken to Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Wednesday suffering from gallstones. Mrs Pehrson's advanced age, 91. revents the possibility of sur- jery for the ailment. As of aturday noon, she was In fair ondition. A daughter, Mrs Edwin Hovey of Kenosha, Wis., and a son .Bernard Pehrson and his wife of Sioux Fallfc' S. D. had come to be with their mother. Mr and Mrs G.' D. Baker, who have spent the past month in the West, have returned home. They visited former Swea City- ans the Allen Bells, at Kingman, Ariz., as well as making stops at Lancaster, Oakland, Los Angeles, and San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; and Yakima, Longview and Seattle, Wash. Circles No. 1 aftd 2 of the Gath ollc Ladies'• Guild, of St. Bene diet are sponsorini.eflM barty a the St. Benedict School Hall th evening of Sunday,'F6b. 17, Mrs Ben Ddm won high prk and Regina Froehlleh- l&w at th eafd party at the home of Louis Preuschl, Feb. 7. Regina Fr'oeh lich will have the next party Feb. 14. ' 1'he Town & Country Club me at the home of Martha Grand genett Feb. 6 and Martha and Mrs Don McCarthy gave the les son. The Philip Arndorfer family and Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe enjoyed Sunday dinner, Feb. 10 at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Sterner."' Mrs Joe Harig was there, too, also her son and daughter-in-law of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Duane Hanig brought her here the day before. She will also visit at another sister's lome, 'that of Mr and Mrs Ben Capesius and at her brother's, Philip Arndorfer. Her daugh- er and son-in-laW, Mr and Mrs iarvie Kampman of Dumont will come for her Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius and daughter, Jeanne arrived home Tuesday ,Feb. 12 from, a 12 day's trip which took them to Texas where they visited Mr and Mrs Jim McCaffrey, the fatter a Capesius daughter. 60th Wedding Ann'sary Today ed in the Searsbdro community Willard Harrison (Bertha Mae), in Poweshiek county, and it Was St. James, Minn.; and ftenn of at her parents' home neat" Sears* Pasadena, Calif, boro that the Klugers wetf'e married in a .Valentine's Day Wed* ding 60 years ago.- The Kluger children are- Curtis, Stoea City, Mrs-Walter Miehe, California; Swejj -City; Mrs Milton oy< Peterson (Lillle), Swea Gity; Mrs Name Sweet City Council Members Ciiy Newly elected members of the Swea City 'adult farm school council are Sam Larson, Wendell Ditsworth, Albert Anderson, Glenn Olson, - -Harvey O. Larson and Reuben Holcomb, replacing retiring' members and James Kqone, who hag moved put of the community. Original'- ly consisting of 12 members, the council will now be made up of 9. in comolianee.'wlth the mem- bership's recent decision. The final session of the adult farm school sessions for this winter was held .Wednesday. Average-'attendance this Winter was 21. . ' Marion, Ohio,., was the home d burial place ' of Presid and Harding. SUNDAY AAbNDAY Smash Twin Program ! Woman's Club Of Doan Hosts To Husbands Doan -»- The Doan Woman's Club members and their hus- sands had a banquet at the VFW Hall in Algona on Wednesday evening of last week. The evening's entertainment was 500 played by all. Mrs Dorothy Martinek won high for ladies and Ross Stmthers high for men. Mrs Jean Boleneus won low for ladies and Harold Martinek 1 low for men. Tom Young won traveler's prize. Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson, Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family and Mr and Mrs Fred Asa and family were supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa. in Algona, on Saturday evenirtgr'TJfe OccSs.Ion was in honor of Elsa Cunningham and Bryan Asa's birthdays. Received a card from Mr and Mrs John Miller saying they sure are enjoying the sunshine down in McAllen, Texas. Grace said it was hard to believe it was January because it was warm enough down there to have the fan on. Mr and Mrs Tom Ellefson spent Sunday 'afternoon and evening at the home of Tom's brother, Mr and Mrs Eddie Ellefson at Thompson. The Doan Methodist Youth Fellowship members met at the Doan Church on \Vednesday evening. They are still planning on sleding party but no definite date is set yet, not enough snow. There were eleven members present. Lunch was served by Mrs Ilo Buffington and Judy. Mr and Mrs R. L. Boleneus and Bobby were in Mason City Sunday. They helped her mother. Mrs Maude Ericson get started by train for Hermosa Beach, Calif., where she is going to ipend the rest of the winter. Mrs < Elbert (Mildred) Dunn, Mrs Cliff Hoover's sister went back homo to DeWitt, Nebraska ast Saturday morning with her lusband and youngest son. Mr and Mrs Fred Asa, Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson and Mr ind Mrs Bryan Asa were dinnei uests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham on Wednesday. The occasion was in nonor of the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Cunningham . » Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Sr. and family, Mr and 'Mrs Roger Hoover, Mr and Mrs Dick Young and Mr and Mrs Stanley Harris had afternoon birthday lunch it ihe home of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover Jr. in honor of Ted Hoover Jr's birthday. The Doan WSCS nv.-t at the home of Mrs Ted H^ver Sr. on Thursday afternoon. Feb. 7. The lo.^nn was given by Mrs Dale Struthers. Mrs Eisa Cunningham as.-; is led, Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson and Mr and Mrs Fred Asa anc fam:lv were- dinner guests at thf Ralph Davidson home near Lu- Ve.-ne Sunday. It was a birthday dinner in honor of Ralph Davidson. Mrs Leota Hanselman an'i daughter LaVonne of Algona visited with Mrs Tom Ellefson un Monday afternoon. A paijy was held at the Ray Cunningham h'/uv.- on Friday evening in honor of the newly weds, Mr and Mis George Draper of Waterloo v, no were married on February 7. Mrs Draper is a sis'.t-r of Mis Ray Cunningham. Swea City — Mr and Mrs Herman Kluger, residents of this community for nearly 50 years, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14. No special observance of the day is planned. Mi Kluger, who is in his 80s, has hac shingles for the past two -years and his wife has suffered from the same ailment in recen'1 months, but both are able to cars for their home and to be abo'ul each day. 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