8~A!ge>no (I«.) Upper Dei Molrt6» Tuesday, July 13, 19S4 Wins Centennial Pony In Ihe picture above, lilile Rosann Madsen, age 8, Burl, Iowa, is shown aslride Ihe Shetland pony presented to her as a Centennial gift by the East End Grocery. Algona. Ted Vera is shown presenting the pony to Rosann. Hundreds of children registered at the local grocery in the contest, and the winner was announced at the Centennial show held Tuesday evening, July 6, at the fairgrounds. meeting Thursday afternoon, July, 8. Mr Richardson was a gues speaker at the meeting which had an attendance of 32. New Son For Whiileys . Mrs William Moeding is at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Frank Whitley in Ankeny assisting in care ol the_jiew son born Friday, July 2. The baby has two pairs oi great grandparents, Mr and Mrs A. T. Skow of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Frank Moeding, Sr., of LuVerne. Esther Merkle, her house guest Mrs Elmer Merkle and son Kevin of St. Paul, Minn, visited their Walter L. and Mrs Marlin in Britt Fri- Phil Lichfys, LuVerne, On IRHATripWesf LuVerne —Mr and Mrs Phil C. Lichty went to Des Moines Wednesday and left Thursday for San Francisco, Cal., whene they will attend the National Hardware Convention to be held July 12, 13 and 14. The tour will be enjoyed by 37 I.R.H.A. hardware dealers. The trip will be made by a chartered bus. Mr and Mrs Linhty expect tn be back in Des Moines by July 23* Bakers On Trip West Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker, their son, Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker, sons, Bruce and Ronald of Corwith left .Saturday, July 10 for a vacation trip west. Mr and D0|| Forget: $10 DEDUCTIBLE Auto Collision COVERAGE FOR DETAILS CALL OR SEE ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Phone 1133 or 1209 Algona, Iowa Mrs S. R. Baker will visit their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs W. S. Robinson and daughters in Las Vegas, Ney. and the Merlin Baker's will drive to Los Angeles, Cal. to visit Mr and Mrs Norton Nelson, Mr and Mrs James Phillips and Claire Nelson, brothers and sister of Mrs Baker. Church Group Met The Comrade Sunday School Class of the Evangelical United Brethren Church met July 8. President, Fred Merkle opened the meeting. Mrs Harry Naffziger led the devotional service. Mr Naffziger had the lesson study. Mr and Mrs Edwin Hefti conducted the social hour. Mr and Mrs Jack Hefty were host and hostess serving refreshments at the close of the evening. Guests At Sanfords The past holiday weekerid weekend guests in the parental Mr and Mrs Frank Sanford home were Sgt. and Mrs Robert Candle of Shreyeport, La. Other children visiting them were Mr and Mrs Allmon Hovick, Mr and Mrs Norman Larson and families of Badger, Mr and Mrs Francis Sanford and children of Callendar, Mr and Mrs James Tranger and family, Livermore and Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford anci Connie, Mr and Mrs Milton Wilhelm and daughters of LuVerne. W.S.C.S. Met July 7 The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was held July 7, with general president! Mrs William Goetsch, presiding. Topic was "Women in Rural Communties." Mrs George Wolf led the devotional service and Mrs Harry Lichty had the lesson study. Hostesses serving refreshments were Mrs John Ramus, Mrs John Voss, Jr., Mrs Allyn Brink, Mrs Ralph Stoll, Mrs Norma E. Mr Claran and Mrs William B. Murray of Livermore. Guests of Cemetery Society Mr and Mrs Roy Richardson of Algona were guests of the Lu Verne Cemetery Society at their 1. That the World Council of Churches is trying to bring men from communist controlled countries to their meeting in Evanston, Illinois, in August of this year? 2. That the men the W. C. C. C. are bringing to the U. S. A. have proved themselves communist propagandists? 3. That the Cook County Council of the AMERICAN LEGION and the AMERICAN LEGION of the State of Illinois have called on the U. S. Government not to admit the communist clergy from Iron Curtain countries? 4. That our soldiers are imprisoned if they aid the communist cause. This being true, why should the W. C. C. C. be permitted to bring communist propagandists into our country? 5. That we are planning a Rally to protest the World Council of Churches bringing men into our country who have bitterly denounced the capitalistic system and highly praised the communist system of government? 6. That you are invited to attend this "P«-Evanston PROTEST Rally" at the: REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH July 16 Friday 8:00 p. m. Dr. Kenneth R. Kinney, Speaker President of the American Council of Christian Churches and Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Johnson City, New York. COME! BRING YOUR FRIENDS! This meeting is of vital importance to every freedom-loving Christian regardless of denominational ties. sister Mr Hefti and day. Visitors the past week in the home of their mother Mrs Emily Guy were Mr and Mrs Melvin Guy and Mark, Mr and Mrs Keith KeiDD and children of Colfax. Pfc. Elda Northrop arrived for a two week's furlough with her parents Mr and Mrs Paul Northrop and family. She is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Mary Alice Immerfall of Avon, Vlinn. came Wednesday for a veek's visit in the home of her cousins Mr and Mrs George Studer. Visitors the past week in the tome of Mr and Mrs Wayne Perg- nde were her father and brothers, H. O. Waterman, Allen and Tommy of Milford, 111. Other weekend guests were Mr and Mrs Ed. C. Lucas and Carl of Estherville, Daryl Waterman of Cylin- Marilyn Stoddard and Roscoe Waterman of Estherville. Holiday weekend visitors in the lome of Mr and Mrs William Hoeppner Sr. were their son Mr and Mrs William Hoeppner Jr. Mr and Mrs John Bishop and daughter, Owen Bellville, Lorraine Bellville, Carol Johnson, Lloyd Lewelyn. Bill Lewelyn and Johnny Muellier all of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton, their ion Mr and Mrs William Barton of Fort Dodge have returned from, a vacation sight-seeing trip to the Dells in Wisconsin, Waukegan and Chicago, 111. Mr-and Mrs Ray Hoag, children, Linda and Stephen of Spokane, Wash, visited the past week in the home- of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker. They were enroute to their home after attending an Education Conference in New York City. Mr Hoag is an elementary school teacher in the west. Mrs Hannah Joransen, her daughter Mrs Andy Andresen, children, Bruce, Kenny and Betty of Chicago, 111. have arrived for a two week's visit in the Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen home. Mrs Joransen and Mrs Christensen are sisters. Mr Andresen brought the visitors here and will return later to take them home. Beulah and Doris Eggleston of Des Moines came and accompanied by their parents Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston drove to Elmwood, Wis. and spent the past holiday weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Ofle Clayton, and family. < ' Rose Will of Chicago, 3tlL visited her sister-in-law MrS'ThereS'& Assing from Sunday to Wednesday. Mrs Ella Ellis, daughters Mrs Lloyd Zentner of Humboldt, Mts Edward Greenway of Elmhurst. 111., granddaughter, Mrs Edwai'd Schneider and children of Hum' boldt visited friends in LuVerne, their former home, Friday. Mrs Arthur Satre, sons, John and James of Rockford, 111. came Thursday morning called, by the serious condition of her father Fred Fritzemeier. Dixie Wetterling young daughter of Mr and Mrs La Verne Wetterling of Osceola is visiting her cousin Faith Ann Rowen in the liome of her parents Mr and Mrs Gilbert Howen. .^ Harold Woito of Cedar Rapids was a recent over night guest in Ihe home of his mother and sis- :er Mrs Ella Woito, Eleanora Mae Meyer and daughter Marlene. Weekend Visitors for the recent holiday in the home of Mr •ind Mrs Ralph Dimler were Mr ind Mrs Morris Espland, dau-, ;hters, Miss Nancy Dimler all of •Y>rt Dodge, Mr and Mrs Jaspar aughn and daughters of .vith, Mr and Mrs Robert' Wilson nd Craig of Rutland, Bill and Bob Gray of Eagle Grove. Mrs Bonnie Ellifritz, sons Gary nd Danny visited in the home of heir daughter and sister Mr and Mrs Donald Younewirth, daughters Linda and Cindy, Algona, over the holiday weekend. Mr and Mrs Donald Por'er o.f Fort Dodge were Sunday July 4 visitors in the parental Mr and Mrs Bonnie Ellifritz and family home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Janssen of Ida Grove were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the home of their friends Mr and Mrs William Prior, children Marsha, Donovan and Sally. Sally accompanied them to Ida Grove for a vacation visit in her former home. Mrs John Ramus took Mr and Mrs William Ramus to Mason City Thursday where Mr Ramus had a medical check-up. Mrs Burt Hostess Modern Mixers Wednes., Seneca Seneca — The Modern Mixers Club members revealed their sec- Madsett. Lois Merhow had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Ernest Davis was a Club guest. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Lyle England, Guests At Votlelers Mr and Mrs Eddie North and daughter of Des Moines and a niece and nephew Jeanne and Duahe Burtis of Denver, Colo., were last week guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler. Callers' during the week were Mr and Mrs Frank North of San Antonio, Texas; Mr and Mrs R. North and family of Wausaw, Wis., and Mr and Mrs George North and family of Los Angeles, Calif. . At Family .Gel-Together; Mr and Mrs Henry Lboft and sons, attended a family get-together at the Bertha Pommer 'jome at Algona following the Centennial parade Monday afternoon. Others in attendance in- eluded Mr and Mrs G. DeWaard, Woden, Mr and Mrs Dick Franzen and Darlene of Titonka, Mr =»nd Mrs Henry Pommer and ! amily of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Harold Pommer and family, of Britt. Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueler are the parents of a son, .ance Ferdinand, born July 3. Mrs Delond Votteler left Sunday for Dyer, Ind., where she will spend several days visiting at the home of a sister, Mrs John Ksenzulak.. Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilges ret .sisters when they their annual business met for meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Pearl Burt. During the business meeting the group voted to postpone the club picnic until August. Election of officers resulted in Mrs,Lawrence Mueller being elected president; Mrs Claude Johnson, vice president; and Mrs Melvin Madsen, secretary and treasurer. There were.three members eligible for the perfect attendance gift: Mesdames Mary Paulson, Emma Wienberger and Freda became the parents of a daughter July 5. Fourth of July weekend guests at the O. R. Patterson home included their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Wm. Gilchrist and Billy of St. Joseph, Mo., and their son and family, the Wesley Pattersons whose home is in Wisconsin. > < Mr and Mrs Sheldon ; Merrill, Sr. of Buffalo, Mo., spent the holiday weekend with, friends and relatives in this vicinity and 'also took in the Kossuth Centennial at Algona. Mr and Mrs Lesli° Olsen sM daughter Laura of Chicago visited at the Ted Jensen ana Henry Loft homes last weekend and also called on other friends in this community. Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler and family, also their house guests, Mr and Mrs'Eddie North and daughter of Des Moines and Jeanne and Duane Burtis of Denver, Colo., attended a family picnic at the Charles North home near. Cylinder July 4. Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn accompanied by the Rev and Mrs Callahan of Fenton spent from Sunday until Thursday evening on a trip into South Dakota where they drove through the Bad Lands and Black Hills While there they saw The Passion Play. Lincoln was nominated for the presidency in Chicago on May 18 1860. you get MOREOJMrW per dollar With a AIR CIRCULATOR Vornado Air Circulators give you more comfort because patented twin cones and a deep-pitched propeller create a Vortex Action in the air. Vornado moves more air —3 times faster and 3 times farther. Vornado Air Circulators are available in a size and style to fit your needs —all with exclusive Vornado features! 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