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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1954
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Tuesday, Ajlay 18, |«4 Tuesday, May 18,1954 2No. Kossuth Girls Graduates From Waldorf ft Ea&Ie— Marilyn 'Mino, Rosalie Bartolo will graduate May 28 from Waldorf college, Forest City. Both gjrls have teaching positions for tKis fall. Marilyn will t'e'ach in the grades at Buffalo Center, and .Rosalie !lvill teflch 4th grade at Bode school, ,' ; , \, The girls were graduates of high school in the Class .of 1952* Grant Seniors Graduate Graduation', exercises, for $he Grant high school, senidrs were held Friday evening, May 14. - " Lt. Gov. L. Elthon, from Fertile was the* speaker. Merrtbers of the Class, are Gwendolyn Link, Mildred Ehgstrorn, Sidney Skaar, Ddn Lunn, Arden Zielske, Richard Wegtcott, and Donald Anderson. • ' ' • Attend A Recital Mesdames' Ralph Walker, 'Jr., George Deim, John Nyman, Dora Johnson of Lakota, Marie Dits- Man, Newly Ordained, igned To Church In Clinton MONEY SAVING EVENT STARTS TUESDAY! OPPORTUNITY DAYS SPECIALS" Boys' Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Washable Rayon & Acetate! Bright and Pastel Colors Sizes 4-18 New Summer Peasant Style Sleeveless Blouses Wide Selection No-Iron Cottons! Bright Colors Sizes 321-38 CANNON TOWEL SPCrALI 42c Wash Cloth Towel 25c 13c SPECIAL ' KNEE LENGTH NYLON HOSE 60 Gauge 15 Denier Gala Fiesta Sizes B'/z-ll MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Washable Rayon and Acetate. New Summer Colors. Sizes S-M-L Jr. Boys' Gabardine and Knit Top PLAY SUITS Washable Shirts and shorts ;.; : Red-Blue Green—Brown Sizes 1-4 Dress Carnival SPECIAL! LOVELY, COOL, • , EXCITING * Rayon Bembergs * Butcher Rayons * Pattern Cottons * Sheer Gingham Scores and Scores of lovely new Summer Dresses Awaits You at Pehne/s Modern Dept. Store. .• • .• ; "_'"'y "Always First Quality" SIZES 9-15 12-20" 16Vi-24'/2 BUY NOW! AND SAVE! DURING OPPORTUNITY DAYS! NATION-WIDE SHEETS 81x108 CASES 42x36 1.69 39c REDUCED! 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LADIES HOUSE DRESSES 2.00 NATION-WIDE MATTRESS Protectors Full Size 3.29 MEN'S COMBED COTTON ATHLETIC SHIRTS 79c MEN'S CORDUROY AND Campus Coats 7 flfl Sizes 38-44 • -UU BOYS' CORDUROY AND Campus Coats Sizes 8-18 Women's Cotton Plisse SHORTIE Nightgowns Sizes 32-39 1 ' Special Men's Vests and POLO SHIRTS Sizes S-M-L MEN'S BIG MAC Sripe and Herringbone OVERALLS Sizes 30-46 '1CT»» 2.59 KOSSUTH CENTEN NIAL JULY 4-5-6 BOYS' CENTENNIAL HATS .... 1.45 1.98 worth, and Minnie Kylon attended the piano recital given by Phyllis Kylen at Waldorf college, Forest City Thursday evening, May 6. Phyllis Kylen is a daughter of Mrs Minnie Kylen. V . Pfc. and Mrs Don Koons and daughter Colleen, are spending a 14-day furlough at the home of, their parents, Mr and Mrs O. B. Koons and Mr and Mrs Harold. Karr. Pfc. Koons is stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. , Mr and Mrs Joe Sampson of Dolliver this week announced the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine to Eldon Isaacson, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Isaacson of Swea township. The wedding will take place August 15 at the Swea City Methodist church. The bride-to-be was graduated from V* SERIOUS FINANCIAL [SETBACK Fire or Hail Loss? • Don't take chanen with your Cash Crop Income. • Hail, can ttrlle any placd at ' any' time in season. • Plan your protection NOW. . FOR DETAILS CAM. OR SEI ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Phone 1133 or 1203 Algona, Iowa IOWA MUTUAL HAIL KKOJIIi/^'tal the Dolliver high school in 1952, Isaacson recently returned from Japan and three years service with the U.S. Army and is engaged in farming." Duane, and Craig Larson, sons of Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson, underwent tonsillectomies at Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday morning. They returned home Thursday. The Larson's daughter Marlenc stayed with her grandparents Emil Larson's. LeAnn Olsen To Teach, Cylinder LeAnn 1 Alsen of Fenton will teach the 6th grade in Cylinder, Iowa next year according to a recent announcement by the Waldorf College Teacher Placement service. Miss Olsen will be graduated from Waldorf College in Forest City on May 28. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Curtis OK sen and is a graduate of the Fenton high school in the class of 1952. « Graduate At Wesley Hi, 19th Wesley — At the Commencement exercises in the public school auditorium Wednesday evening, May 19 W. R. Hamilton of Mason City will speak on "Two Highways Thru Life."' The mixed chorus will sing. Billy Loebig will give the class history; Lorraine Bleich will give the Valedictory^' speech. Supt. Charles Mullin will present tha class. Ddn Kraus, president of the school board will present the diplomas. RegfstorQcf Jeme/er - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA Rev. H. Marty Preached In LuVerne, May 16 LuVerne — The Rev. Howard Marty was assigned to the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Clinton at the conference in Cedar Falls the past week. He just recently graduated from the Theological Seminary in Naperville, 111. and was ordained Sunday, May 9. The Rev. Marty and his father, Henry Marty left for Naperville, 111. Wednesday to move their household goods to the new charge. Rev and Mrs Marty and son Paul Howard left Monday for Clinton. Rev Marty was the guest minister in his home church in Lu- Verne Sunday, May 16, delivering the morning sermon. Tuesday Club Ends Season The Tuesday Club guest day was held in the farm home of Mrs Lawrence Miller, Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Gilbert Rowen assisting 'hostess. Thirty-seven were in attendance. Mrs George Johnson, president, presided at tHe meeting. The new calendars were given out. Mrs B. E. Martin and Mrs Clyde Bennett were welcomed as new members. William Steele of Algona was a guest and gave facts of the Cen- tennal Celebration to be held in Algona. He also had the sunbonnets for sale for those wishing one. He showed a film of the celebration held in 1929 in Algona, which was most interesting. Mrs Harold Dellit then gave a reading. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The meeting was the last one for the year, to be resumed again in September with Mrs Allyn Brink as the, new president. i Earl Trauger Dies | Harold. Trauger has received [ word of the death of his uncle, Earl Trauger at Riverside, Calif, on Sunday, May 9, following a heart attack. Mr Trauger was well known here as he grew to manhood on the home farm west of LuVerne before moving to California. He, was a son of the late Mr and Mill Lee Trauger, early long time residents here. Surviving are his wife, one daughter, Mrs Don Crosby of Chicago, 111., and one grandson. Also a brother Guy Trauger of Riverside,'three sisters, Mrs Will Norton of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Mrs Harold Derr of Williamsport, Penn. and Mrs Lucy West Bend Girl Assigned To An Air Force Base A/3C Loura H, Wichiendahl, pictured above, has been assigned to Scott. A.F.S., Illinois, following _ completion of her basic training' at Lackland A.F.B., Texas. Miss Wichtendahl is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl of West Bend, and a 1953 graduate of the Whittemore ' public high school. She enlisted in February. Her new address is A/3C Loura H. Wichtendahl, A.F. 8509389, 3310th Student Sqdn W.A.F., Scott A.F.B., Illinois Tilson of Livermore. Funeral services and burial took place in Riverside, Wednesday, May 12. Attend Baptism Rites Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen and Dorothy, Mr and Mrs Ervin Jergensen and baby Judy were Sunday, May 9, guests in the home of their daughter and sister Mi and Mrs Charles Bastian and family. Their infant daughter was baptized Jane Ann in the Sunday morning service in the Methodist church in Vincent. A dinner was given honoring the baby after the service. Other guests included Jerry Smith, Lu- Verne, Mr and Mrs Howard Schoonover of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Irvin Peterson and daughters of Vincent, deserves complete, professional coverage Let our professional camera preserve the memory of this once* Jn-a-lifetime event* We'll be pleased to explain our complete wedding service, Rrown's StudiQ "* M ^ NELS and KAY ISAACSON ^""^ 144 North Moore Phone 34W Algona Out of Service Jack McClellan has arrived at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan. He has now received his discharge from four years service in the navy. He was on the U.S.S. Whitstone LSD .and made two trips to the far east. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Hansen were daughters, Mr and Mrs Jack Watts of Chariton, Mr and Mrs Russell Kelley, Gary and Debra and Miss Nordis Hansen of Algona. Peter Schumacher of Whittemore was a recent visitor in the Bert Putzstuck home. He is now leaving soon for Pine Bluffs, Ark. to. rriake his home near his son Mr and Mrs Edward -Schumacher. Mrs Schumacher is a daughter ot Mr and Mrs Putz- stuck. Mrs Elmer Wendt, Lorrle and Stephen of Bode' visited Wednesday afternoon at the home of her sister Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings, Lynn and 'Bradley. Mr and Mrs Theodore Lewiston of Pelican Rapids, Minn, were Monday'overnight guests in the home of their cousins Mr and 'Mrs C. O. -McGlellan. Rev Harold W. Dellit was returned to the Evangelical United Brethren church in LuVerne, at the annual conference held in Cedar Falls, May 5 to 9. Mrs Henry J. Studer and Mrs William Bigings went to Rock Island, Thursday for the week- endi' Mrs Studer to visit Mr Studer employed there. Mrs Bigings visited her brother George A. Stoddard. Mother's Day guests in the tiome of Mr and Mrs Bert Putz- stuck were daughters, Mr and Mrs John Hamilton and children of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Milton Bilyeu and family of Algona, son, Mr and Mrs James Putz- stuck and sons of Ottosen. Mrs . Putzstuck received a telephone call from another daughter Mrs Edward Schumacher at Pine Bluff, Ark. 'ARTHRITIS SWELLING WENT DOWN AND PAIN WENT AWAY. .THANKS TO MIRACLE HEALTH TEA!" , ^ writes Mr. M. Mr. M. is jusi one of thousand! who suffered from the pains of arthritis and rheumatism, and found wonderful relief in Miracle Health Tea—in just six weeks! Miracle Health Tea, a secret blending of healthful seeds ind grasses, can help you too! Don'i put up with needless pain another diyi f~ ••— «• ^" ™^ •• ^^ «^ •» ^» ^»-™»-» W- ^w ^H W| I Order big can with six weeks' sup- I ply of Miracle Health Tea today! j MONEY BACK. IF NOT SATISFIED! Send $5.00 in check, cash, or money order to: MltACll WV- TtllUTOIS, INC., SI WMttl*i«y , lecfc*it*r S, N*w York. Nine Helpers Named For Weed Control Work The Kossuth County Weed Commission began its 1954 field work May 7. Clarence Priebe, commissioner, has hired nine men to assist him in mapping the 18 noxious weeds which make up the primary and secondary noxious weed groups. Last season fourteen men were hired. Following are the men hired and the townships assigned to them. E. H. Telkamp — Eagle, Grant, Hebron and Springfield. Ed. Looft, Lakota — Harrison, Ledyard and Lincoln. R. E. Ridge, Swea City — Swea, Seneca and Greenwood. W. R. DeWall, Fenton — Fenton, Hurt, and Portland. Arthur Maass, LuVerne —Wesley, Prairie and LuVerne. L. R. Wildin, West Bend—Cresco, Irvington, Riverdale and Sherman. W. A. Fitzgerald, Algona — Union and Plum Creek. Robert Lang, Titonka — Ramsey, German and Buffalo. Douglas Wildin, Algona —Lotts Creek, Whittemore and Garfield. It is the duty of these men ta call at each farm and obtain the landowner's name and address; the tenant's name and address and the method of weed eradication used, as well as map the plots and ascertain the number of acres of noxious weeds per section. A report to the State Department of Agriculture is required by law each November. INJURED Bruce Robinson and Ben Young of Richland escaped serious injury recently when their car ran into a herd of lour deer. The car rolled over three times. One deer was killed. Foam on waves is caused salt in the water. ....J

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