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From tJass Lake, Minri. Eight children, four adults and one dog need an awfiil lot of gear when they leave home for a week's vacation. In our case, we piled everything into two cars and a station wagon and after a ride that took most of the day, we are holed up here in the Al- gond Outing Club cottage. The trip was free from catastrophes, but it was far from uneventful. * * * If there is some sort of law about caravans requiring a license In Iowa and Minnesota, we are fugitives from justice for by the time we got underway we resembled nothing more ..than a tribe of gypsies heading for Ihe easy-picking grounds for ihe season. There were the • motor for ihe boat, boxes of kitchen gear, blankets, fishing equipment, mairesses plus practically Ihe entire summer wardrobe of every person. From every window of every car hung one or more slightly grimey-f aced youngster. Aunt Mid said it reminded 'her of ihe book, "Grapes of Wralh" when ihai family of "Oakies" weni to California. * * * There wire several stops en> route for it is the little break that 'makes any trip bearable when you are traveling with small-fry. There were,the usua filling station pauses, the water .ing stops and the time'we stopped to trade our luncheon sandwiches. The kids shifted from car to car to break the monotony of riding in the same One all the way. There was some element o> danger in this, for we could have left a couple of them behind, thinking they were in another car, but we arrived at the cottage with the same number of people starting the trip. ^ Vacations need a bit of excitement along with the rest and relaxation. The first night here filled this requirement. At least as far as Grace is concerned it was a real wild one. It was raining and immediately upon retiring I fell as fast asleep as if I had been at home in my own bed. In fact, I must have been dreaming I was, for when I fancied I heard one of the youngsters calling, "Mommie", I leaped from my bed to go to his assistance. This would not have been at all/"unr, usual, excepting that I. was sleep* ing on the top tier of a bunk bed! Leaping Lena, I'm known as these days, but it will be a little while before I can leap again. I gol a wrenched knee out of the deal and when Bill developed a fever and sore throat the next day, we decided lo drive to the hospital in Bemidji for medical attention. Dr. D. E. Ho- gansoivtook very good care of Iis, but when he arrived he said,'"Did I read this .chart right? Does it say you hurt your leg falling out of a bunk?" I had to confess to being thai stupid, but Ihe Doctor says he will not consi- • der the case closed until he hears my husband's version of the mishap. Penicillin took care of Bill, and aspirin, hoi packs and sympathy fixed me up right fine. Dr. Hoganson is considered our family doctor while we are at Cass ' Lake for we called upon him again last night. Lite Jackie bbcame ill and anothe. trip to Bemidji was in order. He s still ill today and we'll all be glad when He is up and around making a nuisance of himself. But all in all, it's a pretty good average. There are twelve people here and only three of them have needed medical attention so far - . . * Another patient at the emer- gencv ward of the hospital had a rather unusual accident. Shp was in for X-rays on her jmv after being kicked in the face by an Indian squaw who had. been drinking too much fire water The n the frying pan. It cahnbt .be denied ihat our chickens lent quite an atmosphere to the neigh- )orhood; but the atmosphere was hardly of the desirable type when the weather got wet and the feec got spilled on the ground. The neighbors were long suffering and most tolerant, and we didn Dlame them for complaining a bi when the stench came into theh windows in a more potent form than it did into ours, The gif of colored chickens is a nice ges ture toward a Happy Easter, bu next year if anyone even look; like they are going to give u some, I'm going to start running • * • The fishing is poor al Cass Lak right now, but nobody minds bit, with the possible exceptior of Father. It seems to inake n difference that he catches littl for he sits out in the boat and keeps trying aivy way. We did have one fish dinner and we ;are saving up for another one. * * * . The weather has been delightful. Warm in the daytime, cool at night with a big moon over the lake ,,that could have been swiped from a romantic Hollywood stage set. The kids are enjoying the white sandy beach and they are bringing tons of it 'into the cottage to be'swept out again. We saw a deer the other evening, crossing the highway and ambling along quite unafraid of the pass- ng motorists. There's no telephone to distrub us, no television programs to miss and we are get- ;ing quite ignorant of what's going on outside of our litte group here in the cottage. It's a fine vacation, but just the same 111 be glad to gel home again and back to a bathtub, an indoor w. C. and that wonderful, wonderful lot water that runs out of the nipe at a turn of the faucet. 1 ons went to Manly Saturday, | uly 3 to get Mrs Armstrong's Either and step mother Mr fittd Mrs Vincent Fish who afe" spertd- ng two weeks hqre. They alt at* ended the Centennial celebratybn st Algeria. . Meivin, small son of Mr and Mrs ' Floyd Armstrong spent a week recently at the home of his uncle and aunt Mr ,and Mrs Milton Armstrong at Livermdre. Mr and Mrs Don Misstil and three children of ClariottrMr arid Mrs Harold Price and family and Mrs Ethel Hutchinson enjoyed a family picnic Monday at.the Geo. Ostercafnp farm home. • Mrs Will Martinek received word Monday rriornirtg of the death of her sister, Mrs Will Biichan at her home at Hartley Monday morning, following several months illness. Mr and Mrs Martinek attended services for her Wednesday at Hartley. Methodist folks had a family night party Friday evening at the church and a reception for their new minister, Rev and Mrs Wesley Webb. Mr and Mrs Tom Long and family of Lone Rock were Monday guests at the Clarence Ackerson home. • . Mrs Dorothy Snook began work at St. Ann hospital, Algona, as technician assistant, replacing one who is on vacation. Mr and Mrs Dale Adolph p Fort Knox, Ky. spent Friday, Jul> 2 in the Will Martinek home. Mr and Mrs Clare Robinson Mrs Olive Erdman and Mrs Molly Johnson attended a Rebekah meeting in Burt Thursday even- ng Holiday weekend guests at the Rev and Mrs Frank Webb home were their son and family, Mr and Mrs Wesley Webb and three small sons of Des Moines Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker are spending weeks on a _tnp thru southeastern states. His parents Mr and Mrs Bfen Walker of West Bend are staying with their three grandchildren and Mr,Walker is .elping out at the Walker grocery Shirley Eden and roommate Phyllis Swyter of Titonka, students at Mankato Business College spent the holiday weekend at the Fred Eden home •* * ' • ' £fthteftftiJM floats The Lady Marwood float, pictured above, brought back many memories tot old-timer* of the community. The Kiwanis club built the elabbfaie float, which rivaled any professional job.—(Upper Des Molnes Newsfoto). speht the weekend herer'witti his Mrs Nate jStudHir and GRACE art rs ae five children spent several days last week at Haverhill where^they visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Kopel and family. . • . .The Good Will Industries truck of Sio.ux City will stop here Tuesday, July 20. Mr and Mrs Jule Matz and family had as their July 4th weekend guests, Mrs Matz' sister and husband Mr and Mrs Meivin Perkins 'of Bloomington, Wis. Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz and baby of Indlanola visited' there Saturday evening, July 3 and they were accompanied by her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg and two sons of Algona. Mr and Mrs Charles Kelch arid family visited there Monday, juiy o. Mr and Mrs Vee Mullin and Sharon returned home Monday from a five week's vacation' trip. They visited theif son and bror ther Avery Mullin and family at Spring View, Neb., the Bad Lands in South Dakota, a niece Mrs J. North and family at Monango, N.D. then vacationed in northern Minnesota. . . , . ( •ineron Hansen substituted for Mr Mullin on the rural mail route. • $400 Near Sioux Rapids, 80 acres of farm land was sold by Car Lenz to Troy Clapp, at $400 per acre, in a recent transaction. C res co Girls Talk About Gamp Talks by Beverly derber and Janice Besch ot( their trip to camp at Clear Lake were the highlight of the Cresco 4-H ClUb meeting held at the horne of Sharon, Judy and Jblcne Gregory recently. Shirley Sorensen also reported on the convention at A'mes. The club planned a "cook out" for July 28 at 6 o'clock at Call state park. Janice Besch and Eunice Gade also,gave talks. August 4 was the date set for Achievement night. The next meeting will be held at the home of Betty Besch with Janice Besch assisting. . Not many Iowa couples have been married as long as Mr ano Mrs A. L. Spencer, of Mount Ayr who recently observed their 67tl' wedding anniversary. He's 88 she's 86, and they were married in 1887. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that sealet Tuesday, July 20, 19S4 ftl§ona (la.) Uftjw *>«« Motnw4 uth County Cdurt ItduSe In Ationa, own, will W received by theBggro f Supcrvlsofs of the County <K Ktfs- uth, lown, In the temporary Kossuth County Court Iloom In AlgonSi I ov ™' up to'the hour of 2:00 P. M., C. S. T., Ttdny, July 23, 1954, at which time nd place ail bids received Will be mbllcly opened and read. AH bids submitted shall be made on the printed lorms attached to and made a part of the proposed contract document*. ' , Bids shall be addressed and de- ivcrcd to Mr, Marc Moore, County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, In scaled' envelopes, marked With the name of he bidder and the work bid upon. Plans and specifications and tne contract documents are on file In the office of Marc Moore, Kossuth County Auditor, In Algona, Iowa, and the OITIce of James A. Dougher, Architect, 302 Carver Building, DCS Molnes 9, Iowa, and may be obtained by bidders from the latter upon depositing with the Architect the sum of $10.00. The fiill amount of the deposit will be returned to contractors upon the return of the plans and specifications In good condition to the Architect's office. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a cash deposit or a certified check made .payable to, Treasurer of the above named cbiinty, in an amount ol not less than live percent (5%) of the amount of the Base Bid. Bid bonds not accepted. Should the succcsSfiJ bidder fall to furnish satisfactory Surety bond or fail to enter into a contract on the basts of his bid and the contrac Ifled check shall be forfeited As greed and liquidated damages. The successful bidder shall be pre- jared to furnish surety bond for the till amount of his bid, executed by a urety company authorized to do business in the State of Idwe No bidder may withdraw his bid for it least thirty (30) days after the ichcduled closing time for the receipt >f bids. ^ „ . Payments to contractors shall be made monthly as provided for In the specifications. After the bids are opened and examined by the Board of Supervisors, said Board may by resolution declare who is the lowest bidder and may de- 'er the award of the contract pending lecessary details. The said Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive Informalities in bids. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa in accordance with Section 73.2, Code of Iowa, 1B50. Preference will be given to Iowa labor In accordance with Section 73.3, Code of Iowa, IflSO. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this first day of July, 1054, by the order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kossuth, Iowa. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA ALGONA, IOWA. By Marc Moore County Auditor. (Published In the Algona (Iowa) U: = -•-.,-.:"- . .. me UHS13 UI Ilia "»u Mll« mv: v.wi,ncv 1ENT III "heKos documents, his cash deposit or cer icr Des Molnes, July 6, 13 and 054). p- 20, C. D. A. Meeting Wednesday At Wesley Wesley-iThe C. D;-A. met'Wed- nesday; evening. Jjily; "14, with' Mildred 'Ai-ndorfer, vJi?si& Gouge r Ann Hirner, .Catherine Hamilton, Erma Kunz and Mary Lickteig on the refreshment committee. Maud Studer, Josie Lickteig, Mona Bohri, Minnie Studer and Minnie Bleich are on the entertainment committee. The'Wesley exhibits at Algona Centennial are now on exhibit at the Kraus store. ' Mrs "Walter Smith spent several days last week in the Glenn Smith home in Algona, caring for Mrs-Smith Jr. who was ill. Mrs Ruth Latham of LeMars came Thursday for a visit at the home of her-nlece, Mrs Ihno Gerdes ' Dr L. L.Pfeffer went to Chica : go, Thursday, to .attend a 'dentai C °Mr e and h Mrs Lawrence Ko.pp en and Mr and Mrs Irwm Wiltgen of Algona spent several days over the July. 4th weekend at Pequot Lake, Minn.' > . , , Sharon Eden and friend Joyce rnn law took over the squaw and th hospital, the patient. It ih now legal to sell liquor to the Indian n these* parts and the Browns a the store in Penmnuton told u they have less trouble with Indi ans arid linuor than thev did before the sales were legalized. The Brown's store is out in the country and the redskins tend to head for town to go on a spree. ¥ * * Sunday callers here at the camp included Elsie Corngan and itin camp her brother who were visiting al A fionans Co i from St Paul Several A fionans Chicken Supper September 16 has been set tor the annual chicken supper and bazaar put on by the W.S.C.S. jf the Methodist church. ., California Visitors l Mr and Mrs Keith Young 'and Bobbie of El Monte, Cal. spent ast wepk here at the home of iis grandparents, Mr .and Mrs-rO. Young. On Monday Ronnie and Kathleen Young, son and daugh- er of Albert Youngs, of El Monte arrived for a week's visit in the Young home. W.S.C.S. Met Wednesday The W.S.C.S. met Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church parlors .with Mesdames Fred 3den, Ben Eden, Fred Jennings and Glenn Fuller as hostesses. Mrs Veva Lease had the lesson and Mrs Clara Price led the devotions. July 4th Picnic An all day picnic was held at the Orville Smith farm homo Sunday, July 4. Guests were Mr and Mrs Tony Render of Chicago who were houscguests at the Smith home, Jack Richter, .Mr and Mrs John Richter, Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen, Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen, Bobby Jennmg, the George Gremmers. Glenn Smiths, John Paulsons, Jim Kuckenreu- thers of Renwick, Ed Dusolds of Mason City and Bob Jacobsens of Britt. Holiday Guests Holiday weekend guests at the John Huff home were Sgt. Roger Crouch and wife of Camp Crowd- r Mo. The two couples an» Orville Crouch attended a Crouch ind Baker family reunion Sunday Tulv 4 at the Algona Fair grounds. eighteen families were represented; Lions Mei Wednesday The Lions Club met at tnt hucch parlors Wed- Berteman of Hampton, Stfent the weekend at the Ben Eden home. , James Larson spent the .weekend at^his parental, Art Larson idme at "Buff aldp Center. " i ^-"" Mr, and Mrs iMarvin Acker- oon entertained her. parents, the Herman Leudtke's of Fenton and his parents Mr and Mrs Clarence Adkerson Sunday evening, July John Dilg of Gleii View, 111. LEDGERS. LEDGER SHEETS, columnar books iind pads, general bookkeeping supplies. Many forms carried in stock, and quick service on those w«i-may not have. Upper Des Moihes, in the NEW newspaper building, Algona,.la. KQ-TV, Channel 21 Fort Dodge, Iowa July 22 thru July 28 Monday Thro Friday Every Week FAMOUS Ft DELUXE CHAMPIONS Used As Original Equipment On America's Finest Cars P.M. -> 4 ' Darlene Reding, St Joe, Honored At Shower St. Joe — Darlene Reding was honored on Sunday afternoon at a tire-nuptial miscellaneous shower in St. Joseph's: Hall" In bridge, prizes were' awarded to Mrs C. Gale's and Mrs Frank Hilbert. Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Mrs Jim Resch were awarded prizes in five hundred. Miss Rprtine was married to Wednesday, Gerald Kirsch on July 14, m St. will remember the well, for their parents fo ^ owned and operated the CaH- The-North camp where the old j.he-worm comi' «••— , . . Outing Club cottage was oc, cd. They sent their greetings to J hi leiser the Gail Tovvnes, Mr and U-s John Button, Charlie La- and several others of tiu iarre old group (Jeli Miss Corngan was ster. Our neighbors in Algona , wil , to know «f pleased, I am *"«}«'«,."'£ hat those chickens that I fivt to then n»on such a nuisance to UILII tffie we were keeping then, ,i 1:00 Sign On and Test Pattern 4:15 Eve's Kitchen 5:15 Buckskin Tales 5:30 Space Patrol— Thursday onlyj k 6:00 Tunes and Topics ~ •>' ' 6:25 Farm Bureau News—Friday only 6:30 Bob Betts and the News 6:45 Vern Gielow and the Weather 6:50 Riders of the Purple Sag* * * * Thursday, July 2% 7:00 TO be announced 7:30 Liberace 8:00 All Star Theater— "Sweet Talk Needs Action" 8:30 KQ-TV Theater 9:30 KQ-TV Sales Ring 10:00 Bob Betts and the News 10:15 Sports Final • • • Friday, July 23 Joseph's Church with Rev. Leo C. Schumacher officiating. Mr and Mrs Joe Dockendorf of Cold Springs, Minn., and Mr and Mrs John Pauly of Watkins, Minn., were visitors Wednesday and Thursday in the Ernest Gales Mr and Mrs Lloyd Elbert ''and family of Phoenix, Ariz., were visitors last week with the Ted Hilhert family. Mrs Rosa Statelman has been assisting in the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilges, and family near Lone Rock and getting acauainted with hei new granddaughter, Leann, born on July 5th at Holy Family hos- P 'MI ; S Maggie Thilges and Mrs Herb Kavser and family were frirtav afternoon visitors in the Robert Gappa home near Ayrshire. Mrs Nick Zeimet and s.on Wendal of Roundup, Mont., left the first of the week for their home after a vi=it here with relatives. Mrs Maggie Thilges and son Mark took Mrs Clarence Smith and sons to their home in Hartley on Wednesday after a visit here with relatives. Larry and David Smith had spent 10 days here in the home of their mater- grandmother Mrs Magg Sftc-ning, "July 14. The £ m Miriam Circle served the evening Thilges.^^ ^.^ ^ ^ son James Henry born on July Mir neal. Gloria Simpson, daughter of Mr mid Mrs Carson Simpson spent the holiday weekend at the home. She is employed at the office of the Standard Oil Company in Mason City. Betty Ricke, daughter of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Rieke is attending the Gule Transportation Institute at Minneapolis. She spent the holiday weekend at the home. Kenneth Beenken recently furlough at his parental, Icenken home. He had ilioneri at For) Bliss, Tejj., t been transferred to a camp in Maryland. Mrs Louise Fish and Earl and ~ Mrs Floyd Armstrong and two nl Hans been si but 7th in St. Ann hospital in Algom came home on Monday. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher attended the funeral of Fathei Francis McNeill in St. Mary's Church. Danburv. Cpl. Gerald Kirsch from Camp Roberts, Calif., is spending a 30 day furlough here with honv folks. He is the son of Mr anc Mrs Peter Kirsch. Mr and Mrs Edward Bormam and family attended a Lenert family gathering at Comfrey Minn., on Sunday. Mrs Bormann' mother, Mrs Mary turned home with Becker, re them afte visiting the past five weeks wit: relatives in Minn. 7:00 Mr. and Mrs. Norths "Shocked" 7:30 Studio 21 9:00 Clean the Slate 9:30 The Big Picture 10:00 Bob Betts and the News 10:15 Sports Final * * * Saturday, July 24 P.M. 1:00 Sign On and Test Pattern 4:00 Tom Thumb Theater 4:30 To be announced 4:45 The Children's Hour 5:00 Industry On Parade 6:15 Strange Adventure— « "The Shot" 5:30 Your Old Home Town 5:45 People in the News 6:00 Dick Tracy— "Foreign Agent" 6:30 The News with Vern Gielow 6:45 Travelogue 7:00 To be announced 7:15 Two-Gun Playhouse 8:15 KQ-TV Amateur Barn Dance 0:00 Murder at Midnight * * * Sunday, July 25 P.M. 6:15 The Christophers 5:30 CowboyG-Men 6:00 This Is the Life 6:30 Sunday Theater 8:00 Texas Rasslin' 9:00 Mystery Theater * * * Monday, July 26 7:00 Range Rider 7:30 Files of Jeffery Jones 8:00 KQ-TV Playhouse 9:30 Sportfolio 10:00 Bob Betts and the News 10:15 Sports Final * * * Tuesday, July 27 7:00 Gene Autry 7:30 Dangerous Assignment—* "Re4 Queep" 8:00 Wrestling from Chicago 9:00 Industry Looks Ahead 9:15 To be announced 9:30 Amos 'N Andy 10:00 Bob Betts and the New* 10:15 Sports Final * » » ' VVediK-sd.y. 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