4-Algano (la.) Upptf Pti MdtfHH Tnamtey, fob. 41, 1*5? Wes ey Girl Bride of Whittemore Man, Feb. 14 Weelty .— Patricia Doughan. daughter of Joseph Doughan and the late Mrs D-aughan of Sheffield, formerly of the Wesley vicinity, was united in marriage to Marvin Berger, son of Mrs Cecelia Berger of Whittemore and the late Mr Berger. farmer Wesleyans on Thursday morning. Feb. 14, at the Sacred Hear! church at Rockwell at 10 o'clock Father Bohrer officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride's sister Betty Doughan, was maid of honor and Betty Carlson of Titonka was bridesmaid. Leon Berger served his brother as best man and Zeno Neuroth was groomsman. Dick Doughan and Paul Berger were ushers. Marilyn Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Benny Studer wab flower girl. James Berger, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Berger was ring bearer. Dinner was served at the Rockwell school hall at 12:30 for seventy-five guests from Wesley. Algona, Britt, Woden, Kanawha. Rockwell and Odell, 111. A reception was held there for neighbors and friends at 2:30 Among the guests were the bride's grandparents, Mr and Mrs- Baylor of Algona. Marvin is employed by the Fishel Construction Company ol Green, Iowa. Hom*build«rs Party The Homebuilders of the Evangelical Free Church wil: meet at the Howard Funnemark home Wednesday, Feb. 20th. Rev F. A. Webb of the Methodist church will be guest speaker. At Hospital Meeting Mesdames Roy Carlson, Char les Gollner, Otto Henderson, Mike Flom, Halvor Flom Jr. Justine Becker. A. N. Richtsmeier, Paul Warner, Paul Erdman, Ai Wagner, Herman Bode. Otis Antmson and Lester Larson at tended a meeting of the Britt Hospital Auxiliary at the hospital Friday afternoon, Feb. 15. L, 8. BOHANNON 'The windstorm blew the roof and front wall off of our store. Our business sign blew across Ihe street and caught onto our competitor's sign. We don't want our business to go there too. Would Business Interruption Insurance pay us io set up temporary quarters until jr store is repaired?" For tne answers to your insurance questions, led free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone 103. Banns Of Marriage Banns of marriage were pub iished for the first time Sunaay in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Bill Bauer, youngest son o; Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Sally Nedved of St. Paul, Minn., daughter of Mr and Mrs Stanley Nedved of Duncan. They will be married Monday morning, March 4 in the Catholic Church in Duncan. Miss Nedved was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday in the I.O.O.F. Hall in Britt. Mr and Mrs Dale Dornbier en- entertained the Neighborhood 500 Club at their home Monday evening, Feb. 18. Mrs Leon Gardner and family spent Saturday evening with Mrs Glen Smith and family while their husbands attended « horse sale in Eagle Grove. Walt Smith of the State College, Ames, Charlotte Wise and two guests of Broadlawns hospital, DCS Moines, were home for the weekend. Gloria Wise, Jean Price and Julia Nygaard joined a group or Methodist young people Saturday, Feb. 16, on a trip by chartered bus to Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Emil Sorenson of Clear Lake were Saturday callers at the Mrs Bettie Wester home. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hansen and Gordon Giddings went to Des Moines Saturday, Feb .16, to attend the National Farm Institute, and visit the Home and Flower show. ' Mr and Mrs Will Martinek had as their Sunday, Feb. 17 guests Mr and Mrs Art Stankey and two children, Walter Adolf and two sons, Mr and Mrs Dale Adolf, Mr and Mrs Daryl Adolf ana their families, all of Hartley. Ex-governor Robert Blue of NOTIC Due to the weekend rush, I am forced to discontinue giving women's and girls' hair cuts on Fridays and Saturdays. OPEN 7:30 A.M. - CLOSE 5:30 DAILY ' FRIDAY UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK Fox Barber Shop 7-8 Attention Farmers: BULK SPREAPING the eaty way to apply plant food/ SWIFT'S ilD STUB • PASTURCRO * MIHH • BRIMM • VIGORO Commercial Groww We ore equipped to give you complete plant food service/ including bulk spreading. Savei you time and labor, Our trucks will deliver and ipread your plant food for about the fame price it Would co*t you in bog*. Prompt, reliable »rvi»~any analytic Order by phone gg itop in and talk over your needs. WING IN YOUR SOIL SAMPLES FOR REE TESTING Robinson Produce Alflpna, Iowa m faf SWIFT'S PLANT fOOPS AitftfM In fA«W i HOMf S.ctipn , Eagle Grove will be one of the i guest speakers at the Lenten 1 se; vices in the Methodist church ' vn \Vcrint-.'..'l;.:y (.vtnm:!. I M-s Lucy Bribes <if Ft Dodge j <p>.-n: tiie \v-/(.x«;nd ht-ie Wiii: Mirnml i eia'.ivfs. !Vir and Mrs J L. Walker and children were 'Iliursday tuppei gUvsts in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Ben WaiKt-r in West Bend, who observed their 4Uin wedding anniversaiy that day, Feb. 14. wrs Irene Studer of Algona and Mrs Helen Johnson spent bunday in Mason City visiting Mrs Studer's niece, Rosaiie Doen and Mrs Johnson's cousin, Mrs Loretta Lloyd. Biliy and Craig Loebig, students at the Iowa University, lovva City, spent the weekend at Iheir paicntal, Wilfred Loebig home. Lavon Matern, who attends Teacher s College in Cedar Falls, spent the weekend here with her grandmother, Mrs Martha West Her parent 1 ?, Mr and Mrs Ben Matern and Karlene of Meservey were also Sunday guests in the West home. Mr and Mrs Bill Foth and two children, Mary Lee and Billy, of Algona were Wednesday evening supper guests in the home of her sister, Mrs Ed Carman and family. Grace Goetz went to Spencer Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs Tom McGreevey and family till Sunday night. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer went to Lohrville Friday to visit their daughter, Mrs Don Vogel and family and to make the acquaintance of their first grandchild Janelle Rose who was born Feb. to Mr and Mrs Vogel. The Meurers came home Monday. Mr and Mrs Bill Foth and two children of Algona were Saturday evening, Feb. 16, dinner guests in the home of his sister, Mrs Myrwin Dimond and family. Mr and Mrs Joe Weig took her sister, Mrs Maurice Roach of Mason City to Iowa City Sunday, February 17 to visit her husband at University hospital. The Charles Focrtschs will move soon to a tenant house on the Will Erpelding farm and work for him. They had worked for Joe Krieps. Mrs Ihno Uerdcs returned home Wednesday night, Feb. 13, from Grinnell where she had visited several days with their daughter, Mrs Jim Lincoln and family. wrs L. L. Lease entertained a group of directors' wives of the Farmer's Co-Operativ'e Society at a coffee parly Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 12. L. L. Lease substituted for Everett Anderson of Algona on the Rural Mail route several days lately. Anderson attended his brother's funeral. Mrs Max Stratton and Mrs Ra-; bert Hutchinson drove to Des Moines Saturday afternoon to visit Mr Hutchinson, a patient at the Veterans hospital. The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Charles Heinan Sunday, Feb. 10th at St. Ann hospital, Algona, was baptized Sunday by Father L. N. Klein in St. Joseph's Catholic Church and named Mary Eileen. Sponsors were John Foertsch and Mrs Ed Foertsch of Algona. Mark Bebo, son of Mr and Mrs Milton Bebo of Algona, formerly of Wesley, has recently enlisted in the Marines. Mr and Mrs Ed Wynne of Albert Lea are vacationing at Fort Landerdale, Fla. and visiting his sister. Mrs Wynne is the former Myrtle Kauba and a former Wesleyan. Mrs Raymond Carlson entertained her Sunday School Class at, a Valentine party Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Veryl Janes, Delores and Keith will move to Britt in a house they reuently purchased, just west of the Britt hospital. Their son-in-law and daughter and baby will farm the Janes' farm. Thtsy have been living in a trailer house on the Janes farm. Mr and Mrs Don Powers and two sons of Webster City spent the weekend at the R. E. JSIew- brough home. Mr and Mrs Stan Johnson of Britt, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling were also Saturday night guests in the Newbrough home. Mrs Oscar Johnson and Mrs Ray Carlson had a coffee party for Mrs Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota, Minn. Thursday afternoon, Feb. 14, at the Johnson home. Don Grant and Marva Nygaard students at Iowa State Teacher's College, Cedar Falls, spent thi; weekend at thoir respective homes. Mr and Mrs Qscar Johnson and Mrs Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota, Minn, visited at the John Smith home Friday afternoon. Wednsduy, Feb. 13, 9 former members of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women's committee held a reunion at the Raymond Carlson home with lunclvvn and a social afternoon. Those who attended were Mrs C. C. Jnman of Bancroft; Mrs Jerry UeeUand of Lakola; Mfs Smen Larson, Mrs Win. Huglin und Mrs Louis Wingert of Buffalo Center; Mr* Fern Prone of Alg"»a; and Mrs- Charles Nygaard, Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and Mrs Ray Carlson of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Ray Carlson and family were callers in the Gure) LiCek home Monday, Feb. 1.1. MIS JSldon Devureaux, Diane and Jackie and Mrs Olive Erdman were Friday evening dijv- ner guests in the Clarence Robinson home in Corwith. Mr and Mi'* Veryl Janes and family were honored at a fare- weir party at their farm home Thursday evening, Feb. H, Ful- Iwwtatf a *ua*U evening the guests served a lunch ana pro- >,t;iit£!d the honored couole a purse of silver. Mr and Mrs ] Jams are moving into a housxs' they purchased in fJritt. ?.ir and tor? Frank Johnson sptnt the week< nd with Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan at Sp;ri' • Lake. Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan,; Mr end Mis Ray Doughan. Mr and Mrs Gene Doughan, Vincent Doughan and Steven, Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and Kaye and Mr and Mrs Phil Ballard went to Rockweil, Thursday, Feb. 14 to attend the wedding of their niece Patricia Doughan. Mrs Helen Youngwirth was Honored at a birthday dinner Sunday eve. at the home of her | daughter, Mrs Joe Krieps and family. Mr and Mrs Keith Young and family of Mason City were Sunday guests in the Oliver Young home. Mrs Ernest Gerdes and young son of Woden were Thursday guests of her sister, Mrs Ed Downs and family. They also visited her cousin, Mrs Everett Ackerson and daughters. Gordon and Merle Giddings went to Ames Sunday to visit Miami Mrs Robert Giddings and son. Robert is to graduate March 22 from engineering course in the Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Bud Arndorfer anJ family of St. Benedict were Friday evening callers at the Leonard Arndorfer home. Twin sons were born to Mr and Mrs Arnold Arndorfer at St Ann hospital, »Algona, Sunday, Feb. 10. They now have a family of four sons and three daughters. The new babies have been named Mark and Mike and their mother is the former Betty Courtney. Mrs Leonard Arndorfer attended a 4-H meeting at the Allison Hotel in Britt Monday afternoon. tained the Equality Club members at the home of Mrs George Folh. Thursday afternoon. Mr.; Variant DKVU arvi ?in R.,,v t ot LuVcinc visited'friend* in Hurnbihdt Friday. M. and Mrs Joo Underborr and son Derm of Fort Dodge: \ver< Si/mlay dinner guests with his PHI ems. Mr and ivlrs Cari Under berg. Mr and Mrs Herman Hansen and family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Pergande home in LuVerne. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes at tended a housewarming Monday evening at the Alphons Bertt home in St. Joe. Alfred Mor.so and his aunt, Mrs Frank Cox. have gone to Venice Florida, to visit. Nick and Mike Altman have gone to Reno. Neb. where they attended a shoot. Mr and Mrs Louis Garman and daughter Judy attended a farnilj dinner Sunday at the home of his parents in Wesley in honor of their 46th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding, ivlr and Mrs Orville Wagner, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mr and Mrs John Thul of St. Joe attended the card party at the Sacred Heart Church Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn were Friday evening visitors at the Vernol Opheim home at Bode. 'tretch your money farther Livermore The following ladies entertained at a card party in the parish hall of Sacred Heart Church: Mrs William Erpelding, Mrs Julius Becker, Mrs Richard McKenna, Mrs Jarnes Gilligon, Mrs August El bert, Mrs Lyle Nelson, Mrs Peter Malkmus, Mrs Paul Stohl, Mrs Kenneth Grein, Mrs Gramer Davis, Mrs Keith Logue , Mrs George Donalds, Mrs Phil McDonnell, Verma Monson, Mrs Ro bert Wonderley, Mrs Pat Gilli- gon, Mrs Louis Garman. | Mrs Phil McDonnell was host- i ess to the Deal and Chat Club members at her home recently. ,-j Mrs George Lenertz was host-' ess to the Contract Club. The afternoon was spent in playing contract bridge. High prize went to Mrs J. F. Hamm, second high to Mrs Alvin Lenertz and traveling prize to Mrs Francis Murphy. 1 Mrs Ted Wagner will be the next hostess. Mrs Clifford Baker entertained Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes, Mrs Frank Cox, Mrs Anna Welter and Lena Altman at a Samba party at her home. The Lutheran ladies aid met in. the church parlors svith Mrs Alfred Smith and Mrs Daryl Frederick hostesses. The lesson was given by their pastor Donald Heck. Mrs Tommy Kissinger was hostess to" a Neighborhood Club at her farm home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Izola Hughes, Mrs Ed Miller and Mrs Davis came to tin; home of Mrs Clifford Baker Wednesday afternoon to help her observe her birthday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Wicker- slvim, who have been living west of town are moving to a farm in Minnesota. A daughter was born Sunday, to Mr and Mrs Clyde Smith at. Phoenix, Ariz. This is their firs)' child. Mr Smith is the son or Mrs Johanna Smith and the late Ihe Smith of Livermore. The members of the Equality Calendar committee composed o< Mrs George Foth, Mrs Carl Underberg, Mrs Minnie DeVrjes. and Mrs Jessamine Miller enter- NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of tlic Sentral Community Schodl District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Allu. State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said School District on the ath day of March. 1957, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Sentral Community School District, to be by them voted upon the following proposition, towit: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $450,000.00 (or the purpose of carrying out a high school building program consisting of erecting a new high school building, procuring a site there* for in the 'Northeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of Section Twenty-one (21). Township Ninety-seven (07) North. Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa, nnd procuring and Improving adjoining land as a site jfor an athletic field in and for said School District." The polls lor said election will be open Horn twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. of said day, unc* for said election the whole ol said Community Schgol District has. been jonsolidated inta ai\d will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place there/or wil} fce at the public school building in the Town of Fenton. Kossuth County, Iowa, at A-hlen lime and place all »f the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This nulict' is uiven by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School PJstrict pursuant to the provisions pf Chapter JJiXi, Code of Iowa, 11*54, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordant:* theruwfth. and as ordered by a, resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 4tU duy of February. 1857. pated at Senwa Township, Koujiuth County. Iowa, thj* 4th day of ary, A. £>'., 1U97. with a LOW COST LAND BANK, LOAN You cnn actually s-t-r-e-t-c-h your money farther with a low cost, I long term farm I loan from your NFL A. Land Bank Loan interest rates are low. You profit when you borrow througli NFI.A—owned by •farmers for farmers. For full information about a land Bank Loan on your land, call, write or see your • National Farm Loan Ass'n Eugene H. Hutchins Secretary-Treasurer 110 S. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa Member Federal Land Bank . System * (5-6-7) Secretary, l(»rd of (Published "Feb. 7. It, ?1 and 23. iaft?,'iji. Tiiy Aligoua (lowu; Uj-w pea -V". Mr. and Mrs. Pete Werling St. Joe — Bode — and — Albert Mitchell Fenton are your UNITED-HAM dealers Uniled-Hagie Hybrids, Inc. proudly announces the appointment of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Werling of the St. Joe area (Bode) and Albert Mitchell of Fenton as the United-Hagie hybrid seed corn dealers for this area. When you stop in to see them, be sure to ask about the United • Hagie After Harvest Payment Plan and about United-Hagie's Yield Guarantee. They can show you why they are sold on United-Hagie and can recommend the best variety for your farm. MR ANO MRS Pete Werling (St. Joe Area) Bode, la- Albert Mitchell Phone J13 Fenton. la-8' LUTE TO BUILDING CHAPTER GEORGE W. SEFRIT INSTRUCTOR Algona High School PRESENT OFFICERS OF ALGONA FFA CHAPTER Gary Jennings President Dennis Schoby Secretary Gary Bernau Reporter Robt. Von Bank Vice P. Richard Olson Treas. Mike Seller Sentinel PRESENT MEMBERSHIP OF ALGONA FFA CHAPTER Charles Bjustrom, Harold Bosworth, Ronald Harlan, Richard Kuecker, James Adreon, Daryl Arand, Arlen Benschoter, Dean Benschoter, Francis Bjustrom, Harold Bjustrom, Edward Berninghaus, Donald Hum, Richard Rochleau, Rtfbert Schmitt, Lloyd Broesder, Carl Brown, Harley Troutman, Robert Arend, Wayne Arndorfer, Albert Fosnaugh, Richard Harmon, Jim Kain, Mark McGovorn, Michael McNeill, Ted McNeill, Jim Moxley, Dale Nauman, Donald Patton, Robert Pingle, Roger Rochleau, Larry Scheppmann, Leon Schepp- mann, Richard Schmitt, Daniel Skow, Terry Strucker, Alan Walker, Reinhold Wedmann, Roger Keith, Murl Walker. REPORT OF CHAPTER DOINGS AND ACHIEVEMENTS With 43 active members during the present school year^the Algeria FFA Chapter is engaged i |n nunwous projects, Loth^_as a group and as single on-the-farm_activities'.conducted by the boys. Current projects include 5 "sheep" projects," 6 dairy heifer projects, 17 boys with market sow and Utters, another 10 with purebred sow and Hiicrs, 6 corn projects totaling 27 acres, 11 baby beef and 5 bsef heif&r projects. Others of the same type include poultry and sweet ccrn. , ...<„•- ... Algona FFA boys are also aclive in, soil and livestock judging, having teams in the latter. The boys will enter the forthcoming FFA spring contests being held in the subdistrict. One of the Algona Chapter's best-known projects is the annual Parents 8c Sons Banquet, which is held each May. pring Farm Work '\*^/^A,. -*&$:.,. Just Around The Corner We take this opportunity t o remind th$ Dads of Future Farmers — as well as all other farmers — that the complete services & facilities of the Bradley Bros./ farm ^up^ment store and shop are a* your beck and call ... in preparation for the busy work season that lies ahead, Our staff ex» peris will gladly work with you to solve any problem that arises in connection with farm work . . . and as always, we at Bradley Bros, will "go out of our way" to see that your work schedule goes smoothly and efr fietently. Please call on us, as the lima and need arises. FFA Boys: Congratulations On Your Many Fine Projects And May They Ail Reach a Prosperous and Satisfactory Conclusion As You Prepare Yourselves For The Great Colling of Agriculture.
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