ga.) M, . AROUND ALGONA'' The Brownie troop ted by Mrs Richard Carr and Mrs Walter Boeckholt had an investiture rrrernony recently at the Legion H.'ill. PnrcnLs were guests. Roberta Thompson, Marcia Sampson and Cynthia Long are the new mombers. The following girls were presented with two-year pins: Cheri Boeckholt, Sandra Carr. Verna Foster, Connie Geitzenauer, Sandra Hagg, Jacqueline Limbaugh, Sheri Nelson, Sherry Price, Jane Raney. Linda Jean Sands. Sharon Suridet and Carol Teeter. —r»— Mr and Mrs M. C. Thompson entertained at a dinner on Sunday in honor of their grandson Mark Dean Holding who was baptized that morning at the First Lutheran Church. Th* baby is the Fan of Mr and Mrs Bruce Holding. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Emil Hanson oj Omaha. Other guests were the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Clifford Holding and the great-grandmother, Mrs Daniel? of Hurt . Barbara Bourne, who attends Carleton College at Northfield, Minn., arrived home Saturday for the ten day spring vacation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne. Barbara spent Friday of last week with her friend, Karen Wall at Ames and was met at Fort Dodge by her parents. Mrs Bourne and Barbara are going to Des Moines.today (Thursday) to spend a couple of days with the other daughter, Julie, a student at Drake University. Mrs Charles Hardgrove enter* tained at a party recently in honor of the ninth birthday of her daughter, Kathleen. Guests were Sue Moulton, Lynn and Leslie Nbrton, Sally Bay, Lynn Taytor, Ruth Ann Legler. Rosemary Reinders, Gail Bartholomew, Cheryll Rusk and the honoree's sister, Virginia. Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson and two children of Des Moines spent the weekend here with Mrs Frederickson's parents, Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. Mr Frederickson is a bus driver and on Monday was stalled for 24 hours between Des Moines and Shenandoah because of the snow storm. Finals Tonite In 4-H Cage Tournament Garfield and Grant in the junior division and Grant and St. Joe in the senior class moved into the finals of the annual 4-H basketball tournament with wins at Bancroft Tuesday night. The results of semi - final games: Juniors Garfield 24, Ramsey 21 Grant 38, Prairie 34 Seniors Grant 52. LuVerne 20 St. Joe 68, Ramsey 49 Finals of the tourney will be tonjght (Thursday, Mar. 28) in the St. John's Academy gym at Bancroft, with Garfield and Grant tangling in the junior finale at 7 and Grant and St. Joe meeting in the senior windup at 8 p.m. New champions in eac division became a sure thin with the defeat of Ramsey by S Joe Tuesday night. Ramsey grabbed the senior crown and Wesley took the junior title year ago. A total of 27 teams began plaj in the tourney two weeks ago. St. Joe Sailor Spends Leave With Home Folks Presbyterian Guild, business and professional women's organ-i ization met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Marc Moore. Mrs A. J. Eason presented the program and Mrs D. G. Clopton the devotions. Charles Egel, who makes his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson, returned home from St. Ann hospital on Sunday after being a patient there for a week with a heart ailment. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath arrived home Wednesday from Tampa, Florida, where they spent several months of the winter Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener who have been at the same place plan to return about April 15. Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Esther Helberg. Mrs Henry Johannson was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs Mabel Lee and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Bob Thompson, who is an engineering student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent from Sunday until Tuesday here with his parents, Mr and Mrs M, C Thompson. Mr and Mrs Bay Cook and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt spent the weekend at West Union where they were guests of Mr Pratt's cousins, Mr and Mrs Robert Traeger, Mr and Mrs Robert Richardson and family of Cedar Falls spent a recent weekend here with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strahorn and also visited other friends and relatives'. Mrs A. J, Ricklefs was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs R. B. Waller was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs John Hopkins and Mrs Ted Chrischilles. Bel Canto Music Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs M. G. Bourne. The program was in charge of Mr? Julian Chrischilles. Mr and Mrs E, E. Robinson, Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee and Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips went to Fort Dodge on Monday evening to attend the home show. 223 Line Tops Hawkeye Lanes Art Asbton and Harley Hutchinson turned in high scorers o] the week at Hawkeye Lanes Each tossed a 223 line and'Hut- chinson also had a 200 score. Other men over 200 included Clayt Pittman 202, 201, Chan Dailey 216, Ernie Godfredsen 204, Jack Dutton 206, 219, Cliff Bens, choter 205, Jack Haag 201, Joe Murray 221 and Jake Thilges 200' Temperatures 23 To 52, Week The weather might be giving everyone in this area a feeling of false security, but the last several days have given every indication of spring. In fact, during the past six days, the low mark was a 23 degree reading, while the highs ranged from 40 to 52 degrees. Date Hi Mar. 20 41 Mar. 2J 43 Mar. 22 ; 48 Mar. 23 52 Mar. 24 46 Mfer. 25 40 Mar. 26 44 Since the last snowfall Mar. 19, there has been no moisture registered in the area,: according to Weatherman Stu Albright at the airport. , t Dwaine Weydert t. Joe -. Dwaine N. Weydert U.S.N son of Mr and Mrs Anon Weydert, recently spent s eave here with home folk- aving been stationed at Lake- urst, N. J. And now is attend- ng a 5 to 8 weeks course at Norman, Okla. Dwaine is a 1956 St Joseph's High School graduate and enlisted in the special Hawkeye Companies, during "Iowa Navy Days" held at Spirit Lake, June 16 and 17, 1956 L 8 32 29 29 34 29 23 David Thul, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, arrived home on Friday evening for a 10 day leave from San Diego, ' where he is in basic training in the Navy since the first of the year. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ternes and daughter Ann of Ledyard were Sunday evening visitors in the Eugene Thul home. Rev.. Leo C. Schumacher at tended a meeting of Directors o Pilgrimages from the four Iowa Dioceses in Waterloo on Monday Mrs Mary Schumacher, mother of Rev. Leo C. Schumacher observed her 80th birthday on March 16 and sons and their families visited here in the rectory with her in observance of the occasion. Paul Schumacher and family visited here on last Saturday, Edward Schumacher and :amily of Churdan were here this Saturday and John Schumacher and family on Sunday. Mrs Milford Plathe entertained he Farmeretta 500 Club in her home on Wednesday evening. The regular meeting of Riverdale Rustlers Unit I was held Saturday. It was decided to postpone the April meeting till fter Easter. JoAnn Reding and Phyllis Thilges gave a demonstration and Alice and Mary Sue Reding gave a demonstration. Through the efforts of Jean Marie Thul, Doris Ann Kohlhaas, Karen and Mary Jllg and their mothers, a delicious lunch was. enjoyed. Cathy Hilbert called the Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 4-H Club-to order on Saturday. 'Plans were made for the Cancer drive. The date of the next meeting will b on April 27th. Jeanne Redin and Phyllis Thilges gave a talk _,| flfrjw Ctri ris I 11 liill es THE BEAUTY OF LACE Wghflghtinfl the Dvtch Boy silhouette, lavishly bterpretedbyjeaalang to carefree CruMyn fine* ... the fabric favorite thaf* wmhable and create resistant. There'* special Interest in the wnback iheath and flattering jacket edged in Venice lace. Spring tone*. Size* 14 to 20, Mr »nd Mrs W, J, Sigsbee plan to gp to Wncoln, Neb. on Friday for a visit of several days with |h£ir son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs W. E. .Beardsley. Jamof Kolp and two chil dr*n spent last week at LaCrosse, Wi», visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Pau) Haas. WMl Mw pick Poet had as over the weekend, mother, Mrs Lillian of Manilla. Mr* XMfta Taylor ww ho«l M » ve«U couples at a card party Il«r4ay eve nin| In honor ol ' birthday. VMIllJlll ipji U»w*» law that requires be a 0,g. citizen vote Tbjere te \ in tfee CottsU- III SUIT Given Free! . *. *v • « . i- • JUST REGISTER YOUR NAME AT HUB CLOTHIERS BETWEEN NOW AND EASTER . . . IF YOUR NAME IS DRAWN YOU MAY CHOOSE ANY $50.00 SUIT FREE (No Purchase of Any Kind Necessary) Just Stop In and Register Your Name or if you purchased a suit during this period AND YOURS IS THE NAME DRAWN We Give You a $500 Savings Bond FREE! 5OO UNITED STATES SAVINGS BOND United States Of America HUNDRED DOLLARS .... • ''..'. '•^••••" '••• . 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