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" "'"" A»l».»"i « : , i|'«H» ,^ <j Monday visitors al the Virgil Hnlilf homo were Mr and Mrs Ralph Rlekfrld and Peggy of Armstrong. Mr end Mrs Don Hammer were dinner guests Easter Sunday of lln> lal tor's parents, Mr and Mrs Dick Helmers. Mrs Martha Adams spent the weekend at Des Moines with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwight Sabin. Recent baptismal rites were held in St. Cecelia Catholic church for Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Duanc Shepphard. Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh will have as guests .Sunday, Apr. 28. Mr and Mrs SHaart Bail" and four children of Greenfield. Mr and Mrs Al J. Eischeid went to Templeton April 24 to attend the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr Eischeid's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Wm. Eischeid. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Paul were Mr and Mrs Roy Paulson of Clear « Lake, Minn., and Mrs Howard * Blekfeld, Eunice and Jim of ' Armstrong. " Mr and Mrs Calvin Tschetter spent Easter vacation with thetr • respective parents, Mr and Mrs ' Joe TschetteV and Mr and Mrs . Clifford Riebhoff. On Sunday all had Easter dinner at the Joe Tschetter home. . Mr and Mrs Al J. Eischeid had their daughter and family, the ; Herbert Knechts of Wesley, as Easter Sunday dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Perry Phillips of the Lu- Verne-Irvington 'vicinity were Sunday afternooti* visitors at the Eischeid home. Easter Sunday dinner guests at- the Virgil Rohlf home were Mr and Mrs August Berte and family of Bancroft, Noreen Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Ralph Kohl, haas and Norman of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs Marvin Kollasch, Steven and Alan and Mr an'd Mrs John ; Kollasch. The dinner honored Noreen Kollasch on her birthday. Mr and Mrs L. L. Riter were visited last week by Mr Riter's cousin Emral Oloff, of Sioux City. Mr and tart E. C. McMahon attended the wedding Tuesday at VerJna of Greg Ofiger and Delores Lampe. Rev. and Mrs Gerald Hallauer spent from Monday till Wednes day at Anoka, Minn., with the letter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs'Wayne Helsel. Mr and Mrs Jack Stevens and Jackie Were Easter Sunday guests of Mrs Stevens' mother, Mrs Frank Sullivan at Estherville. Mrs L. J. Nelson had Mr and Mrs O. D. Hart of Bancroft as guests Easter Sunday and was their guest for Easter dinner. Mr and Mrs Clarence Morrell spent from Friday till Tuesday at Pine River, Minn., where they are building a summer cottage, known whether or not surgery will b« necessary. St. Cecelia's Catholic Action Guild, will hold the regular monthly luncheon at Academy hall May 2 with serving to begin at 11 o'clock. Chairladies are Mrs Perry Byam and Mrs Wilbur Courtney. Capt. and Mrs Mel Peterson and family are here from Coronado, Calif., where they have been living the past few years while Capt. Peterson was on sea duty. They are enroute to Washington, D. C. He has been as* signed shore duty. They am gjiests of Mrs Peterson's parents, Mr and Mrs C B. Murtagh and brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison. Mrs Nettie Seefeldt and daughter, Mrs Elit from Dexter, Minn, visited Saturday and Sunday at Mrs Seefeldt's aunt. Mrs Kathryn Doege. Other callers were a daughter, Mrs Woodrow Kracht and Linda Sue and a grandson, Mr and Mrs Roger Taylor of Des Moines, also a daughter, Mrs Clarence Riebhoff and a granddaughter, Mrs John Geesman, and Lois of Greene, Ia. WE NEED ROOM! We Must Clear The Shelves to Make Space For Our NEW LINES Mr and Mr* Harold Lttiftptifni were visited over the Easter weekend by their son A/lC Bill Lampright. now stationed at Lincoln. Neb. Jim, son of Mr and Mtt E. C McMahon is spending his Eas u.r vacation here with his par eras. He is a sophomore at Notre Dame U. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg are speeding from Wednesday till Sunday at Topeka, Kan', with Mrs Greenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs David August. Pete Looft who i* employed by Hugh Black on the farm, ia hos- pitaiized at St. Ann. He has ts gall bladder ailment and till x-rays are completed, it is not Mr and MM C. J. McEvoy ware visited over the weekend by their daughter Sheila who attends St. Joseph school of nursing at Sioux City. They were joined at dinner Sunday by Josie Me Evoy Mr and Mrs Alex Nialwm spent Easter weekend at' Cedar Rapids with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George Ross and family. They had spent the previous week at Des Moines with their son, Dr. Glen Nielsen. Mr and Mrs Vallo Naudaln had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Clarence Maland ol Elmore, Minn., and Mrs* Eleanor Blong of'San Gabriel, Calif., and Mrs Margaret Hofmasrer. Mr and Mrs Art Kiecker had as guests Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs Kenneth Olson of Courtland. Minn., Mrs Anna Willing and Julie Willing of Nicollett, Minn. The dinner was in celebration of the birthday of Mrs Kiecker. Mrs Cora Bacon and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs J. W. Nelson spent the weekend at Grinnell and attended the funeral services for Frank Wesco, 85, brother of Mrs Bacon. Mr Wesco had been in failing health for some time. Mrs H. E. Morgan spent Easter Sunday at Lone Rock where she was dinner guest of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton. In the afternoon they drove to the home of Mr and Mrii Ralph Morgan and were their supper guests. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion entertained at dinner Easter Sunday and had as guests their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughtei Carol Jean of Mason City, Evelyn Cady, Mrs Addie Driver and Mrs Maude Blake. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller became grandparents of another grandchild when a daughter was born April 16 at Fort Dodge to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bill Fuller. There is another child in the family, a daughter Krista. Mr and Mrs Due]to Arrive Soon - Including * SWEDISH CRYSTAL * CHINA * HUMMEL "ORIGINALS" FIGURINES * INTERNATIONAL STAINLESS STEEL WATCHES REDUCED Many Watches From Our Line of Famous Makes Now on Sale I . EXAMPLE: REG, $7^0 WATCH NQW $49.50 Rif i $35.00 WATCH NOW $24.50 f*.. PRICES SLASHED ON THESE ITEMS * CHROME COFFEE SERVICE * ALUMINUM AND CHROME TRAYS ft SERVING PIECES * MEN'S BILLFOLDS * JEWELRY-BOX SETS * IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS FOR MEN AND WOMEN * LADIES' LEATHER MANY SAU ITfMS PERFECT FOR & GRADUATION GIFTS Howard Seeley were visited Easter weekend by tHeir son Craig of Sioux Falls, S. D. who joined his wife here., She will remain for • another* week end will be taken home by* her husband at the conclusion of these two weeks visit. Marc Moore joined his wife at Iowa Falls for Easter and she returned home with him. Mrs Moore has been there a few weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wayne Ford to whom a son, Lance Robert, was b,°rn Aprl 12. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison and daughter Nancy spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mrs Hutchison's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Frank Carroll. Nancy flew from there to Tucson, Ariz., after a visit here of a week. Mr and Mrs William Ringgon- berg had as guests Thursday, Mrs Robert Lichty and two children, of Elmhurst, 111. Mrs Lichty is the former Donna Jean Waldron and had been visiting her father, Pe'te Waldron at Windom. Minn., and relatives of her father at LuVerne. A Coffee and Bake sale -will be held at the Moose Hall Friday, April 26 from 3 to 5:30 and 7 till 9 o'clock by Sodality members of St. Cecelia's Catholic church. A dance will also be held at the Plantation Ballroom, Tuesday, Apr. 30, by the D.Y.O. of St. Cecelia Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera were visited over the Easter weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hutchinson and sons Ted, Joe and Tommy of Iowa Falls. Mr Hutchinson, who was formerly with the Gamble company, has accepted a position with the R & K enterprise. A son was born to Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielson of rural Algona, Monday, April 15. The baby weighed seven and one half pounds and has been named David Lyle. Mrs P. W. Hanson of Algona returned to her home after spending 3 week at her daughter's home helping to carw for the other children. Baptismal rites were held during Holy Week at the Congregational church for the infants, Thomas James, son of Mr and Mrs James Kolp and Suzanne Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Scott. Others taken into membership were Mr and Mrs H. H- Fristedt, Mr and Mrs George Sefrit and Penny Lynn Johnson. Mr and Mrs Charles Sorenson have been visited -by their ,soh and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Vernon Sorenson and son Gary of Aurora, Colo. They joined for Easter Sunday by the son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs A. T. AJLsted of Des Moines, The birthday of the senior, Mr Sorenson was celebrated at this time. Mr aad Mrs BUI Cymjnings will be leaving Algona about May 10 to move to Keokuk, where fh» Ffrgf B«f>fttt ChttK* fit. lowship will meet Thursday in an all day cession. Hostesses will be Mrs Ciatk OrKtfi, M#* Cora Martin and Mrs Erwin Etrfler- ington. i-ir and Mrs John H*lm«rft wire visited over the we«feend by their sons and daughters-in-law, Mi and Mrs Pete Helmets and Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers of D»s Moines. Mr and MM C. L. Livingston came Sunday from Phoenix, Ariz., where they have spent the winter. They have business interests which keep them there much of the time. A social m»«tlng of itt* Gttfe- olic Daughters will be held Thursday evening, April 28. In the V.F.W. hall at 8 o'clock Chairladies are Minnie Schkk and Mrs Leona Henry. Mr and Mrs Raymond ftoid had as dinner guests Easter Sunday Mrs Ida Reid and Mr and Mrs William Dfaylon. In the afternoon they were visited by Mr and Mrs James Knoll of Burt. Little five year old Ann Renee Lighter, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwaine Lighter, has been receiving x-ray treatment at Mason City for an infection of the sinus which is affecting the bronchial area. Mr aad Mrs Arthur Delperdang of Triangle, Va. are the parents of a 7 Ib. 1 oz boy born April 15. Mrs Delperdang is the fofraev Leona Schauers, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Schauer ol Algona. Mr and Mrs William Ringgan- berg were visited Sunday by the letter's brother and sister-in*law, Mr and Mrs Hubert Tuttle of 4-Algona flal Upp«f Pt» April ft, 19S7 Woden Girl, Corwith Man Engaged To Wed In June Blue Earth, Minn. They also spent some time with Mr and Mrs Dwaine Lighter. Mr and Mrs John Romer and son Jim and Bob Norman spent Easter Sunday at Dickens with Mrs Romer's father and brother and sister-in-law, William Beck and Mr and Mrs Leonard Beck respectively. Mrs Edna Harr had her son- in-law, and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Rossing of Livermore and her son and daughter-in-law, "Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr of Madrid and the respective families as dinner guests, Easter. Roy Hulzell, a patient at St. Ann hospital since last week Wednesday, was visited Monday by his brother-n-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clark Melton of Linden. Mr Huteell is making satisfactory recovery. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller drove. to Spencer, Easter Sunday,'to see Mrs Fuller's sister, Mrs Josephine Logan , who recently suffered a fall in her home. Fortunately jhh bones were broken and she sttf- fered most from shock. ' Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell had as dinner guests Easter Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and; - family of Adel and their 1 son anij. daughter-in-law, Mr 'a'hd Willis Colwell and family. Mrs Stroke Fatal For Swea City Young Man Swea City — Leslie Anderson, 36, died unexpectedly Saturday morning at an Estherville hosoi- tal following a stroke suffered a few hours earlier. The son of Mr and Mrs John E. Anderson, he was born November 4. 1920, in Mitchell, South Dakota. His mother preceded him in death in 1932. The family moved to Swea City in 1938, where Leslie Anderson graduated from high school in 1939. Following several years in military service during World War II, he had been employed as mechanic at the Anderson Machine Shop, In April. 1947, Mr Anderson was united in marriage to Miss Jean Erickson, who survives. Also surviving are a daughter, Susan, 6; his father and step-mother, Mr and Mrs John E. Anderson, Swea City; and a step-brother, Dr. G O. Anderson, Jackson, Minn. Final rites were held Monday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran Church with Pastor LeRoy Pill, man 9fficiating. Members of the American Legion' formed the honorary escort at the services Burial was in Harrison Township Mrs Downs Rites At St. Benedict St. Benedict Funeral ser- will be connected with a construction firm, and near the home Q| his parents who are elderly. Bill csujie to AlfiPna as of coastruetigm when the new Kossuth courthouse built, «md I'ftuiituiftd us. . man for the Wegner Construction, Co. here. vices were held April 22 at 9 a.m. for Mrs Katherine Downs, mother of Mrs Julius Seiler, Ed Downs, Orville Downs and Mis Tony Hildman, at the St. Benedict Catholic Church. Burial was in the Wesley Catholic cemetery. Relatives surprised Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfer April 16 at noon OH their 16th wedding anniversary. Plenty of food arrived with the guests plus gifts. Those present were Julia and Helen MciUjrpe, aunts of Mrs Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe, her parents, also three cousins, Dorothy Higgins, Vera Rubes anil Rose Hugeback. The Philip Arndorfer family dined at the M. H- McEnroe home for Easter dinner; On Thursday p.m. Mrs John McEnroe and daughter, Patricia were callers in the Arndorfer home. On May 5 there will be a pre- nuptiaj shower in the St. Bene* djict school hall ,it» honor of Rose Marie Kunkel who will became the bride May 13 of Ed Schijta who is a mechanic at Swea City- Masses IB the St. Benedict Catholic Church will be at 7 :00 . .. . First Communicants make then Fjr§t Holy Wesley — Friends and relatives have received invitations to a pre-nuptial shower for Donna Cink in the Woden Legion Hall Sunday afternoon, April 28. She will become the bride of Jerome Gray of Des Moines, son of Geo. Gray of Corwith, in early June He will graduate in May from Drake University and expects to leave for army service in the near future. Donna, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Cink, is receptionist for the Northwest Bell Telephone company in Des Moines. Mrs Rose Pfeffer of Corwith was a guest in the home of her nephew, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer several days over the Easter Weekend. Nell Frimml was brought home Saturday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been for medical care of virus pneumonia. Urban Neuroth and children spent Easter Sunday with Mrs Neuroth, a patient at a University hospital, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons and family of St. Paul spent the Easter weekend at the parental Ed Hildman home. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meinecke and son Steven of Jefferson were guests several days oyer the Easter weekend in the parental. N. F. Weber home. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier of Algona and Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch and family of Worthington, Minn, were Sunday callers at the Julius-Matz home. A large class of girls and boys will receive their first Holy Communion Sunday, May 5, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Denny and Debby were brought home Monday 'from the Britt Memorial hospital, where they were born to Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson Sunday, April 14. Mr and .Mrs Cletus Studer had as their Easter dinner guests, his parents, Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family, Mr and Mrs Philip Studer of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Stanley Studer and family pj Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Marvin Studer and Katherine 'and Vincent Studer of Hammond, 111.: Virginia Studer of Algona; Kathleen Studer of Mankatp; Emma Studer and Mrs Helen Studer of Saskatoon, Canada. The family dinner honored J. P. Studer's birthday which will be May 1. Mrs Helen Studer -of Saskatoon, Canada came last week to stay with her sister-in-law. Emma Studer, who is,* recuperating front an illness. • Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. Paul Warner home were her parents, Mr and Mrs Will Wall, Marvin and Douglas of Comfry, Minn., and Mrs War- fner's sister and family, Mr and •Mrs A. C- Discher -and children of Darfur, Minn. - Mr and Mrs John Lickteig spent the Easter weekend in Dubuque with their daughter, Mrs Frank • Hanley and family. Mr and Mrs Joe Miller and family were Easter Sunday din.- ner guests of their daughter, ,Mrs David Kleinpeter and family. Mr and Mrs Edward Thissen arid three children of Waterloo were Easter Sunday guests in the parental, Mrs Helen Johnson home. They and Joe Johnson were dinner guests in the Martin Hamilton home. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Jim were Easter Sunday guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs Don Vogel and family at Lohrville. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling and family spent Easier Sunday at Carroll with his mother, Mrs Josephine Reiling and her mother, Mrs Mary Rowe. Mrs Dale Dornbier and infant son Dennis Paul were brought home Sunday afternoon from the Britt Memorial Hospital where the baby was born Tuesday, April 26. Mrs Dornbier is the former Rosemary Studer. Mrs George Ricke and Darlene Studer attended graveside ri.tes for her niece's 5 Ms year old sqrir Patrick, at the Kanawha cemetery Saturday morning. The child, ill since birth, was the son of Mr and Mrs Bill Hard man of Albert Lea. Mrs Harriman is a daughter of Leo Studer, formerly of Wesley. The Senior Class play "That's Our Boy" will be presented Friday evening, April 26. . Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and daughter, Katherine and Vincent Studer of Hammond, III. wera Paster weekend guests at the parental, J. P- Studer home. A family gathering was held Sunday at the Gayle Studer home. Those attending were Mrs JTennie Luken, her daughter, Mrs Viola Studer and Mrs Studer's two daughters and two of her sqnj and their families, who were M> and Mrs. Julius Kelch and family of Worthington, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Everett Aekerson and two daughters of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and four children of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and three children of Clarion. The adults talked by phone to Mrs Studer's other sou Bob and wife in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr aad Mrs Bud Hauptman and family of Bancroft were Sunday guests in the parental Mrs Anna Hauptrn'an home. Margaret Flom who teaches at Fort Podje spent her faster vacation at her parental H. H. ?lorn Sr, bcane. fjer father was Drought bpme Friday frojji the Haynes home. Mrs Roger Doughan of Clarion visited-at her parental Tom Becker home Friday, April 19 Her sister, Diana accompanied her home and visited till Sunday Mrs Tom Becker's father, Matt Hilberl of Algona, Was also a guest at the Becker home. Stanley Hansen of State University of Iowa, Iowa City, spent the Easter vacation at his parental, Lawrence Hansen home David Seaberg of Iowa State College spent his vacation at his parental George Seaberg home. , Beginning May 5 Methodist church services on Sunday will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday school will be at 10 o'clock. Mr and Mrs Jack Van Cleve and son of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson, Mr and Mrs Bill Laubenthal of Algona; Mrs Bettie Wester, Mrs Leila Jordan and Alan, Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm attended the wedding of Ella Johnson R. N. to John Rathbum of Kalamazoo, Mich, at the Corwith Methodist church, April 20. Mr and Mrs Henry Bruns of Algona were Sunday guests at the Dwight Bruns home. Mr and Mrs Wm. Ketchin and family of Vinton spent Friday with his sister, Mrs Don Kraus and family. Mesdames Oliver Young, Paul Erdman, Wilfred Ward, Richard Smith, Carl Johnson and Charles Price plan to attend the Rebekah convention in Lake Mills Tuesday, April 30th. Karla, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough spent most of this week with Mrs Jerry Ferstl in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs John^Voss of Algona' were Easter Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs Herman- Wise and family. Charlotte Wise student nurse at Broadlawns hospital in Des Moines, was home for the Easter weekend. Mrs Paul Erdman accompanied her daughter Carrell of Spencer to Decorah, Saturday, where they spent the Easter weekend with their soft aftd brother, Lowell Erdman and wife. Earl t'ish was a patient in the Britt hospital several days last Week. He had suffered a broken collar bone in a fell at home. Mesdames Magdeline Bleich Mary Rockwood, Ivan Funnemark and Schaub attended a county teachers meeting and banquet «t the Algona high schoo: annex Tuesday evening, Apri; 23. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek were Easter Sunday dinner guests- of her brother, Walter Adoli and family in Hartley. Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBoer, Dean and Dawn were Easter Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs Bendina DeBoer in Kanawha. Mrs Fern Peterson of Swea City, County president, plans to attend the local American Legion Auxiliary meeting Thursday evening, May 2. The 8th District Conference will be held in Garner Tuesday, May 7. Mr and Mrs Oscar Erickson visited friends hcTe April 16-18. They were enroute from their home at Elmhursl, 111. to Pequot Lake, Minn, for the summer months. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich of Ames and their daughter, Lorraine, a student at Drake University, spent the Easter weekend in their home here. J. P. Studer Was called to Mason City Tuesday to serve on the Jury of the U. S. District Court. Gets Pearl Gift From Pen Pol Wesley — Mrs Carlson who had A birthday April 9, and her ton Marvin who had one April 3, waft the recipients of birthday gifts from Mrs Carlson's pen pal, Mrs Joy Lawrence of Herts. England. Mrs Canton received a 2 strand pearl necklace and Marvin several toy trucks and other toys. The pen pal was contacted through the International Relations part of the Farm Bureau program and the women have been corresponding for about three years and have exchanged a number of gifts, Mr and Mrs L. Lease were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the L. H. Kleinpeter hoinc. Art Beenken spent the Easter weekend with friends in Albert Lea and Clark Grove, Minn. Mrs W. F. McEUany and daughter of Clark, South Dakota spent the Easter weekend with the former's two daughters, Mrs Joe Skow and Mrs George Seaberg and their families. Mr and Mrs Irving Alne of Van Nuys, Calif, are proud parents of their first child, 8'/2 Ib. Alan Michael. Irving is a son of Mr and Mrs Sam Alne and a brother of Mrs Maurice DeBoer. DON'T MISS SEEING "SEVENTEEN" SOUND MOTION PICTURE Sunday, Apr. 28,7 P. M. Jam packed with thrilling action; an unforgettable story loaded with smiles; Origiual music score by Ralph Carmichael. PLUS A Dynamic Answer to Life's Greatest Question. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Harlan & McGregor — Algona Eau Clair, _ i, J, fewcto oj is. spent the Easter P.areatai, P. 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