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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

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fi-Atgona (la.) Upper Dei Mohiei Tuesday, June S, 1954 In Centennial Revue Karen Shirley, Algona, is pictured above as "Maid of ihe Twenties," in one of the scenes from "The Kossuth. Centennial Revue," to be presented at the fairgrounds the night of Monday, July 5. The Revue episode featuring this period is "Echoes From the Diamond Jubilee," and the scene is titled "Joe College and Betty Co-ed." Mrs Harlan Sigsbee is author of the revue and assistant to the director. Mrs. Norman Marble of Grinnell. Mrs. Merle Moxley is dance director and co-ordinator. Pfc. Robert Waldera cnme Friday from San Diego, Calif., and will remain here till June 5 with his parents Mr and Mrs" R. G. Waldera. He expects to be sent to Korea about July 1. He has been in service since last Sept. Mr' and Mrs R. G. Waldera were visited over the weekend by the letter's mother and brother- in-law and sister Mrs Joseph Thiering of Jamestown, N.D., and Mr and Mrs C. K. Kieffer and son Tommy of White Bear, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ray Burns and son Tommy and Mr and Mrs Bernard Ferden left Saturday on a two week's vacation to the west coast. They will visit in Everett and Bellingham, Wash., and will go via Yellowstone National park. Dr and Mrs John Kenefick were dinner guests Friday evening of the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Thos. Kenefick. They attended the graduation of Thomas Jr., who plans to enter a pharmaceutical) school later. The senior Mr Kenefick is a pharmacist and owns and operates a drug store at Eagle Grove; Dr and Mrs John Kenefick spent the weekend at St. Paul, Minn., and attended the graduation of their son Michael from St. Thomas -college. A niece, Mariann Kenefick, daughter of ' Dr and Mrs Emmet Kenefick, will also be graduated from St. Catherine's college. Michael and one of the instructors at the college are leaving soon on a month tour of Mexico. Mr and Mrs Raymond Goodman left Sunday for Portsmouth, home of the letter's parents Mr and Mrs P. F. Leinan. Mrs Leinan is hospitalized at Council Bluffs and they went on to visit her there. They also visited Mrs Guudman's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Leo Hodapp at Westphalia. Mr and Mrs Leroy Graham and son Conrad left Sunday for Minnesota for some fishing. They returned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Kyle spent the .weekend at pes Moifles with the latter's patents and bro*. ther-in«law and sister Mr and Mrs A. E. Ramus and Mr and Mrs Elwin Elision. Myrtle Si John was dUrrtiWed Wednesday from St. Ann hospital and will soon resume her work aS assistant at the Kossuth County home. .'.'.-• Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg spent Sunday at Mallard with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Cal Ditch. They also visited an aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Ray Hogan e,t Clare recently. Mrs Ed Rich Jr. and daughters Lucille and Kathy-were dinner guests last week Sunday of her parents-Mr and'Mrs E. A. Platt. Mrs Edna Mitchell moved Friday from the Vera apartment on North Thorington street to the Fred Hagen apartment house on East McGregor street, 1 Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas spent the .Memorial weekend at Chicago. Mr Thomas is manager of the Skelgas. company taking the place of Tom Sawyer. They live in the George Stewart Sr. house on East Kennedy street. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger were visited over ihe weekend by Mrs Munger's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Jack Herweg of Carroll. ' Mr and Mrs Ray Clegg havd been visited by Mrs Clifton Rowland and daughter Cindy of Princeton, Ky. With them the Cleggs spent-the weekend at Elgin, 111., andv at Dixon, 111., they visited relatives. - Mrs Rowland and Cindy will remain in Dixon with an .aunt for awhile. .They were joined in Elgin by the Cleggs' son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs William Clegg. William is. attending a chiropractors school, taking a four year course. Mr and Mrs Gordon Diilevson spent : the Memorial weekend at Faribault, Minn., with the respective parents Mr and Mrs A. Ditlevson and Mr and Mrs Thos. Asbe. Mr and Mrs Ralph Brown were visited last weekend by their son and daughter-in-law. Sgt. and Mrs Everett Brown, Des Moines. Mrs Augusta Beitz has received word of the serious condition of her son Joe who lives at Buyck, Minn., located in the northern part of the state in the timber area. He was injured some time ago when he fell on a canthopk handle while logging* He seemed better for a time but it is. feared he has internal injuries. Mr and Mrs Robert Bunkofske were visited over the Memorial weekend by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Floyd Sill and Carol Gay of Woden. Mr and Mrs W. O. Dunlap were visited last- week by the 'latter's sisters Mrs Nora Gordon of Clar-: ion; Mrs Lorena Smith of Kanawha; Mrs Dora Peck of Forest City; and Mrs Lela Weed of Bloomfield. The . Dunlaps also have as guest Mrs Dunlap's brother George Wagner " of Water town, S. D. With Mr and Mrs Durilap he went to Corwith on Memorial Day and .they were joined by the other relatives. Mr and Mrs Jess Manor came from Des. Moines a week ago and are getting settled in the house occupied by the, overseer at the Algona Rendering works. Mr and Mrs Glen Shank were recently visited a fortnight by their daughter and grandson Mrs James Pleasant and .Steven of Dayton, Ohio. Mrs flena Ukena had as callers Thursday Mr and Mrs Pete Kollasch and family of Bancroft. Mr and' Mrs Oliver Bakken were -dinner guests last week Sunday evening .of the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs Walter Bakken at Bode. Mrs Rena Ukena and son Dick Mittag attended the commencement at Elmore, Minn., last week Thursday evening and were guests of Mr and Mrs Don Stickler whose son Gary was graduated. The condition of Mrs Christine Spongberg remains serious and her soft Carl Spdtfgtoerg is here ffoffi'Stj Paul, Minni He* .datigh* ter. 19 also here ffprri DubuCrae. Both Will remain till after Mem* brlal Bay. . Mr and MM HafVey J&hflidH had as eallers ThtMdajrMf find Mrs Will Cosgrove of fltonkft, Marilyn LOwrhTSn, siudertJt al the low* 1 Suite'Teacher's college spent the Memorial weekertd here ; with her parents Mr and Mrs P. tLowman. She was accompanied J by a classmate Beverly Aftdersoh of Walker who was a guest. Two Seneca Girls Are Graduates, Waldorf College Seneca—-Several Seneca families drove to ;Forest City to attend graduation exercises at Wai* dorf College. Dorothy Oft'edahl and LeAnn Olseri are among the graduates. Dorothy has accepted a position as teacher of the second grade at Buffalo Center and Le Ann has accepted a position at Cylinder where she will teach, in the grades. Mr and Mrs Marian Tish' are the parents of a baby daughter Peggy Lynn, born ' Saturday at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Peggy,' has . a. ..brother Danny and a sister N,ancy who are visiting now "at the home of their grandparents, the Virgil Moores near Dolliver. Donna Moore, who returned recently from California, will'help! at the ^Tish home when Peggy' and her mother arrive home. •>••• , Mr arid Mrs Ole Pedersen attended a family gathering at the Emil Bleckwemi home near Fenton Tuesday evening, following Commencement exercises at the Fenton high school,, honored -Norma Jean Bleckwenn. Many Seneca friends of the Millen Jensens, former Seneca residents, now living at Waltham. Minn, have received invitations to the,, .wedding-'of their, daughter Margaret which will be solemnized Friday evening, June 4. , Mrs Sigurd Loge was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Carl Odin and Beverly and Mr and Mrs/Royt Powers and Virgil Payne of Kirk*i land, 111. visited Tuesday evening at the Howard Richards .\home near Estherville.-- •."'•?> < v ;* Mr and Mrs : ROy ; Powers' and Virgil Payne of Klrkland, Illinois are visiting at the home of their parents, the. Car.1 .Odins. ..They arrived a week-" ago"*Friday. arid will conclude their visit Monday afternoon. Beverly Odin will accompany them back to Illinois lor a week's visit. IJicK jjoorts Eiuaeni ai jjuiner JLIHSI ounaay dinner, guesis^ai College. IJecofah,, Iowa, arrived the Carl Odin home included Mrs home Friday afternoon for the Odin's brothers, frorn Austin, — iu _,^__-s i..*.J£^li*!itt KA'lutM "A^*. *.*.«} liA'AA HT^iiii**** t>^JK«« Dick Locft, student at Luther iuwmef .vacatleti. Last Sunday dinner.guests--at .^ /*)•.«.! r\«a: M U A *^M (t*,«1««*3M,4 HR-**, vain s Drainers, irom misun, Minn., Mr and Mfs Ma'flan Peter- .....A. ... .1. , U, . _t_._^ .--_._, j..., . .- .. . .» . .... sen and two children, also Mr and Mrs George Petersett and their son and wife, who are enjoying an arrriy furlough .with home folks. • The son married a French girl. . - . • .. ; . tlDM Wait! Adfc Sriflg,Results ' Take th« Wheel and You'll Tell Us ,., t *. ' ' €ft*i M^ low*price f/e/dl NOW IN CHEVROLET \. WITH the •off! Chevrolet gives you new high-compression power—f/ie highest compression power of any leading low-priced car. High compression pays pff firsf in faster, smoother acceleration—more responsive performance all the way. And It pays off secondly in greater gas economy! Come on in and try it out! ^ Now's ffie fime to buyl Get our BIG DEAL/ En/oy a New Chevrolet! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SOUTHWEST COURTHOUSE SQUARE PHONE 200 I OFFICIAL NOTICE Resolution for the Destruction of OTHER THAN NOXIOUS WEEDS ON ROADSIDES: TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS: BE IT RESOLVED: by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317.18, Code of Iowa, 1946, as amended by Chapter 168, Act. 52 G. A. it is hereby ordered: 1. That all weeds other than noxious on all county, trunk and local county roads between the fence lines thereof shall be cut, burned, or otherwise destroyed by the adjoining property owners to prevent seed production on or before July 12, 1954. 2. If the adjoining owner fails to cut, burn, or otherwise destroy said weeds as required in said order, the County Weed Commission shall have same cut, burned or otherwise destroyed and the costs thereof shall be paid from the general county fund and recovered later by an assessment against the adjoining property owners as provided in Section 317.21. S. D. McDonald, Chairman Kossuth County Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, County Auditor KOSSUTH COUNTl'S OLDEST,,. CENTENNIAL PECIALS THE CHRISCHILLES STORE With the big Kossuth Centennial less than a month away, the CHRISCHILLES STORE is grooming itself for the important event by offering EXTRA SPECIALS in many departments. This week, we list just a few. There will be many others and don't forget that we have AUTHENTIC CENTENNIAL COTTON DRESSES (NOT square dance frocks or squaw dresses but the real thing.) Priced 8.95 and 10.95. for Authentic Centennial Dresses - The All Sixes - 8.95 and 10.94 Skirts 5.98 Headquarters Real Thing - SKIRTS Just 22 linen and rayon skirts to close, sizes: 10 to 16, colors: brown, beige, light blue, navy" and checks, values to $7.95. Just the thing for early Fall. REDUCED PRICE . . . $4.98 «,d $5.98 UNLINED SUITS Just 30 unlined suits, ideal for summer and early Fall, sizes: 7 to 15, 12 to 16 and 16 Vi to 22 Vi, colors: pink, navy, white, checks, light blue, values to $30. $8.98, $14.98 & $19.98 WOOL SUITS Only 6 wool suits but extraordinary bargains, sizes; 9, It, 12, 13, 15, two—.20'/ 2 and 22'/ 2> both fitted and box styles, values, $45.00 to $65.00. SPECIAL PRICE . , . $15.00 t o $20.00 OFF MARKED PRICES RAIN OR SHINE OOATS The pain or/and shine coat has become very popular. We have just 10 in stock, famous Weatherbee label, sizes 8 to 18, colors: navy, red and beige, Values 10.95, 24.50 and 29.95— RADICALLY REDUCED FOUNDED IN 1870 —STIU GOING STRONG »•„

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