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(la.) Upper DM Molnet Tuwday, August 24, 1954 Miss Kleinpeter, Wesley To tie Bride On Sept. 4 Wesley — Banns of marriage Were published for the second time in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Marion Kleinpeter. Jt N-, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter, and Tommy Hutto. They will W married nere on Saturday, Sept. 4. " 5 Nancy Daughan will have a shower for Marion at the Vincent Daughan, home Thursday evening. Aug. 26. Mr Hutto is stationed at a navy bate near San Diego, Calif., and will return there after a month's honeymoon. Marion is employ- N ed aj Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Engagement Announced The engagement was announced recently of Staff Sgt. Don Hauptrrian of Hunters Air Force Base, Savannah, Ga. and Sharon Sadie Brandt, daughter ' of Mr and Mrs Frank Brandt of Crystal Lake. Don is the only son of Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. taken lo Rochester Mr and Mrs J. P. Sluder and Virginia took their daughter and sister, Margaret Ann to Rochester Friday where they consulted an arthritis specialist. The six year old girl has a severe case of arthritis. Marion Year Visit Sunday August 15 a group of Eisenbacher relatives drove to Armstrong where they made a Marion year visit to St. Mary's Catholic church. They were Mr and Mrs Joe Studer., and family, Father" Joe Studer, Mr and Mrs Norbert Hilbert and family, Mrs Thekla Eisenbacher, Joe and Edward, Mr and Mrs Vincent Eisen- bachfer and family. Mr and Mrs Clarence Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Studer and Mi and Mrs Frank Wellik and family of Britt. * Fatoer Linus Eisdi- bacher is pastor of the Ajmstrong church. . f The group enjoyed' a picnic dinner in the parish halL Install Legion Officers The American Legion held its regular meeting Tuesday- evening with a very good attendance. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer past commander, installed Rudy Hauptman as post commander, Gayle Studer, adjutant, Vincent Kleinpeter, finance officer and Dr. Pfeffer, service officer. They voted to assist the Lions Club with a public fish dinner which will be served Friday afternoon, Aug. 27 beginning at 5:30. Proceeds are to be used for betterment of the new city park and playground. The fish dinner will be served in the park. Home From Colorado Audra Daughan, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Elmer Daughan, returned last week , from, a sightseeing trip to Colorado! She accompanied three Britt teachers. Audra teaches in the Corwith public school. Arndorfer Guests Guests at the Leonard Arndorfer home Sunday, Augi 15 were, Mr and Mrs, Eugene Hood and daughter of Algona and Mr and Mrs Frank Bondora and daughter Mary Francis of Kansas City, iVIo. an Plan A Breakfast Circles 2 and 3 of the; Catholic Daughters of America .will serve BACK-TO-SCHOOL "HOT BUYS" BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS ' Best sports shirt buy. you'll find any whore, and a beaut for school wear! Guaranteed washable gabardines in' solid shades. Sizes 14 Vi io 17'/2. Dad will want some, tool / '',%' 2.95 BOYS' GAB SLACKS These are "on the beam," tool Rayon gabardine slacks, neatly tailored from crease and stain resistant Burl Mill fabric. In nice choice of newest (lack shades. Sizes 29 to 42. 4.95 RUGGED WOOL PANTS These pants are built for warmth, looks and wear — and they really measure up! Made of a wool and rayon mixed fabric. Sizes 29 to 44. 6.95 We Are Headquarters for JACKETS ! ! ! ! Ask Your Friend — He Probably Bought His Here EVERYTHING IN JACKETS $1.98 to $17.95 From Smart Unlined Rovers- ibles to Extra Heavy Rugged Army Style Parkas In a Style and Size for Every Boyt Boys' Dress Shoes Boys' Goodyear welt oxfords in nice dressy styles, but so ruggedly made they'll take eons of wear. They look good — fit good — wear the best! Sizes 6 to 12. $5.95 DIAMOND'S SURPLUS a public breakfast Sunday, Aug. 29 after each Mass, 730 and 9:30. They will also have a food *ale. .Mr and, Jfrs August Henning and <*hi3aren, one -stair fend two daughters moved last week-, from the W&rfeiftF hottie 'at the east edge of Wedey on highway le to Algana. He is' a weil-driUer. Mr and Mrs Paul Eagfen and 2 daughters Carne and Nsdiae are on a iwo week's vacation trip to northern Minnesota. Mr Eiigen is manager of the Fanners Co-Op Creamery. The American Legion Atunlisrj will Isold sis aiinufci ajesnfc*! .ship party «a Utttfsdlty evening, Sept. 2. All members fire ufgiea: to attend aud teisg a g»esl TOa is ] eiigjfa2e Itsr lasnaoessEiji. Mr aaJ Sfes Jack izckiag sai ; three dsiigh'sers ireJwna day irons sereraS siayi si where tbj- stSeoded Sire of his JsroSfcar., Jssry Satwrdar, Asg. 34 ester. laaiasa wbere Mrs Lsrtaaigfs tor&TJisr Loebag ssdi fasnsjj-, Kte "usret. Jack iJcktEas dzsa^Jafers iftflTpEil at tie EiBSHud 4jC«-b-,£ iozrae- while User pareais alianiiecl the wedding s» a Calijolsr the recepvioa at the Beach Hotel. A baby girl -was bara Sslar- i day, Aug. 14 to Mr and Mrs Harry : Peters. Mrs Peters is Use forme,- : Leona Harringa and this is Jheii ; first child. Stie has been named Gloria Ellen. Mrs Albert Lickteig and Mrs R. . Newbrough drove lo Clear Lake Thursday morning to bring back the ten girl scouts who with their leaders Mrs L. L. Pfefier and Beatrice Hildman had spent three <lays -at Tapwood park. The Annual Food ana Grocery shower lor the Sisters of St. Joseph's Catholic, scnool will be held Wednesday evening, Aug. A, pot IUCK Juncn will be served. On ' the entertainment committee are Bridgett Smith, Marie Bleich, Justine Becker, rr'acy \Varot and-Thora Cosgrov'e. On the refreshment committee are Felice Hilbert, Mary Wingert. Matilda Goetz, Viola Loebig, Katherine Seiler and Viola Studer. - , Mrs Lucille Kunz Kessler and son Jack of Marshalltown spent several days last week at the iome of her brother, J. M. Kuhz and family. • Henry Shore was ill several days last week of stomach flu. Marva Nygaard and Sandra Florn resigned their jobs last week at- St. Amt hospital, Algona where they have been employed since June 21. They wjll oe seniors in high school this year. . •. Robert Gjddibg^ son of Gordon Giddings will marry Trie.va Bowman, Sept. 3, in the Algona Presbyterian church- Mr and Mrs L. C. Cooper ol Willis, Texas called on Mrs Mary Bradfield Tuesday enroute to Canada on a vacation trip. 11 is a bankar friend of the late Guy M. Butts. ' W. S. C. S. meets Wednesday afternoon, September in the Methodist church with Mesdames W. R. Smith, Fred Seefeld, Luther Nygaard and Clarence Ack- ersbn as hostesses. Mrs Don Kraus will give the .lesson and Mrs Paul Erdman will lead the devotion. Carol Hansen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen graduated August 11 from the State University of Iowa City as an honor student majoring in nurses training. She received a B. S degree. , Miss Gloria Simpson attended a Church convention in DCS Moines Sunday, Aug. 15. Mrs Paul McNeil and 10 year old dttughter Sheryll went to University hospital, Iowa City Wednesday where Sheryll had a check-up for her diabolic condition. The two younger children, Rachad and Kathy stayed with their grandparents, jj r ai ,j jvtrs Frank Johnson. Mrs Carson Simpson, Mru Kenneth Donovan, Donna and Danny, Mrs Lloyd Gi.Tber, Judy arid David of Altfona called at the Art Lur=on homo at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon, Aug. 15. Mr and Mrs Anton Pearson and Mr and Mrs Guy Carl.-,oa .spent last v/c-irk in Minnesota fishing. Mr and Mrs Fnmk Johnson spent th(' August la wct-kend ai Spirit Lake with Mr and Mrs W. Donovan at tlioir cottage where th'.-y spend ino.-,t of tlieii summers. All attended a tabernacle sorvicf Sunday at Arnoldi rark. A 10 pound (i ouncu baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Louis Simpson at the Unit Memorial hn/.ital Sunday afternoon, Aug. 15. Mr and Mrs Charlus Nygaard and tlirei; children Julia, Melissa and Chris left Sunday August 22 for a Week's-Vacation in.-the Black Hills'«M Md Lands tof?S<juth Dakota, ^ - V the EvaaBfelicaT Free!Church ladies aid meets Wednesflfcy, Aug. 25 at the church with Mrs Edria Wubben and Mrs Jttle Hansen as hostesses. * Mr5 Charles Froehiich Centered Mercy hcspital, Mason City, Tuesday for medical care. Doana Mae BJeich came home Monday evening, Aug. 18 from the home of her marie and aunt Mr and Mrs Sylvester Gannan and family at Btitt where she had sptsnt 6 -weeks. John Mcuhe returned home Itoesday Aug. 17 frenn Rochester Tthere fee Tjf«iit 5&ru the clinic. Mr sad Mrs Floyd Dotan and Hiesr scsa-in-law sad daughter Mr and Mrs VsrjSl Det'srmaa oi AtesrEniier, South Dakota spen! severs! days last week -with 1>Sf JDaJza's sister, Mrs Cjeorge Vitz- ftan saad family ana their mother. Mrs Mia Oolan, who lives 81 the VatzUnan home- Mr and Mis Gs-orge Ricke and f*m2r bad ais 1heir Friday Aug. 33 daaaer guests Mr and Mrs l<ee Hicfce, Sister Jkiisale and Sis:«r. Prima of Morgan, . Minn. They -Bcere enroute home from Dubuque. Sister Misale is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Ricke and she had received -her black veil Thursday, August 12. Siste; Prima is- an aunt of Mrs Ricke. Ricke's other daughter Sister Mary Leona received her white veil Thursday at Mt. St. Francis, Dubuque. Mrs Julius Kelch, Judy Kay and Carol Sue of Worthmgton, Minn, came Wednesday evening for a few days visit with Mrs Kelch's mother, Mrs Viola Studer, her grandmother, _Mrs Jennie ^uken and with p'ther relatives; They 'also visited 'Mr and Mrs Alfred Kelch and family at Esthervilfe 'whereS -Mjafy -.Ellen K.eich remained for a visit. Mr .and Mrs Dean Anderson and family of Agenda, Kansas spent the August 22 weekend at .he home of his sister, Mrs R. E. Sfewbrough and family. They .ook home their son John" who lad spent a week in the New- jrough home. Loren- Lease arrived home Thursday from Glendale, Cal., where he had spent several weeks. Mr and Mrs Stanley Studer and daughter, Marion of Blba Earth, Minn, spent Sunday, Aug. 15 at, the parental, J. P. Studer house move off Main street, to a location in the stockyards area. Mr. Copp is still having trouble trying to convince someC of his chickens this is a better location. There is good, reason for Leo Kirschbaum looking flather lost in the evenings when he is baby sitting with the boys. His wife ST. JOE NEWS Joyce Hammer started work on Monday in the telephone office in Fort?Dodge staying at the home of hier brotner -Mr and Mrs Dar- wirj Hammer and family.: -Janet Hammer plans to attend college in Cedan ^'alls this fall. They are t mn. daughters 1 of ' Mr and Mrs William Hammer, graduates of St. Joseph's 1954 class. Na,ncy and Jeanette Weydert 'of JVIr dnd Mrs Leonard • s Sexton Small But Changes , Happen Anyway By The VOl* S e Got&p There have been a lot of changes made around town the past weekl KeDey Lumber Co. now has a new employe . since Blaine Holtorf is taking an extended " vacation in Wisfcdnsin through the courtesy Of the Army Reserve Cor^s. * s , , f , ' The moving of a' local residence brought out a big crowd of onlookers. Neighbors were happy to see Mr. A. Copp's chicken residence to get it ready for the perfect «mter te fs look to* for. Sammy fourth -birthday arid it looks like h&> father Is being prepared ft* the future ^ftn.the fiurchase <tf hfiafiot rod type car. Sammy will probably be more "interested, m his new baby sister than the csrf for quite £6me time though. troubles are doubling up on Mr& 'August . Klfschbauni sihce shfc spent- some time helping her daughter* Mrs. Roland .Bode, while. Roland was in the hospital, She returned hoifie to feceive word -her mother, Mrs. Cyrus Eisenman, Britt, had fallen and broken her wrist She is at hdme and getting along well considering her advanced age. Most of the town will sleep a littie better when the new road is finished and the tanks of tar are emptied, or maybe it just jike the^ roar all night too. Main street isn't getting a new black top too, but just what i« emptied from the trucks at night. Housewives are aiviued in their opinion of the job as those who don't like to dust think. it's .•>". -icht but those wijh little children to keep clean disagree. . has taken on an extra job by I Friendly Glub members should working a- few 'hours a night* at start tying strings on their fin- Van's Cafe in Algona. 1 gers to remember next Xhurs- ix»oks like there won't be a^ day's meeting day at the home of third generation working at the Mrs. Drusie Noble with Mrs. Meta Kirschbaum Garage as Kenny I CulDertson assisting. Programs and Allen seem to be trying outltoi- the new year will be passed " " " " ' " to then* new home. Among those helping on this Job were Mr. and tyhLJohft Huff .and Andrew, Les- fle Huff, Stanley Qardner and Max Stratton. Kow that summer vacalibn ifl almost "over there Were -a ffew oreSchool trips Wade, Mr* and Mrs. Roy Hanseh ahd Lindai spent & few days ih the: Black Hills of South Dakota. It shdws how busy Roy is as it took two men to fill in for him at thfe'service station with Martin Mlmbach running the place in the daytime while rumor has it that John Kain was tfr take over the nitht shift. This time the Glenn QabrieU Sons are making a family trip .out of'shipping the cattle to Chicago. They intend to drive and take the- children along for. a visit in the Mack",Wise found .himself in' one of those- hdfrible situations City stopped to see him and they were olice neighbors near Woden but Mack Just couldn't recall his Alice Fay Eraser and Starlene J>eckham came from Des Moines to Mason City by train where they were MeVby Mrs. Joe Fraser and are visiting .with Mrs. Meta Culbertson at Sexibn. WANT A09 .fifttltft HfcSULTS as farmers. They are more interested in the little pigs they are raising now than in the garage. Fitch has been spending a busy summer, working on his houses. His latest project was a paint job on the inside of the out then'and dues collected, So attend and make the secretary's job easier. Mrs. John,Stratton, Mason City, spent a busy two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Huff helping with the arrival of a new grandson and then moving TO VOTERS IN THE 6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF IOWA: LUMUND F. WILCOX of Jefferson, Iowa, Democratic Candidate for Congress from this District, will appear on a Question and Answer Program over WOI-TV, FRIDAY, AUG. 27 from 7 to 7:30 P.M. We invite yoy to hear Mr. Wilcox. Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee Weydert of Adams, Minn, spent this week here at the Nicholas Weydert home. On Sunday the Weyderts took their guests home remaining til Monday after a visit in the' Leonard -\yeyaert and Glen Aliens homes at' Adams. Norman and Marian Kirsch, sons of Mr and Mrs ' Lawrence Kirsch of Whittemore, spent several days here last week with Jeromcj Weydert, son of Mr and Mrs Nicholas Weydert. Mrs Robert Bormann entertained the Five Hundred club in her home on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Nick Mergen of Whittemore, Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs Cletus Streit of here as guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Willie Thilges for high, Mrs Leo Thiiges, travel and Mrs Clelus Salz low prize. A delicious lunch was served by tiie hostess. Mrs Willie Thilges entertains the club in Sept. Eunice Bormann was honored on Sunday when- a pre-nuptial shower was given in SI. Joseph's Parish Hall. Miss Bormann, uau- ghier ol Mr and Mrs Henry Bormann ql here, .will be the brjde of Bernard" Streit or Whittcrnbrt: on Wednesday, Aug. -;.' ;r. St. Joseph's Churcn. LJDM Classifieds Pay Dividends SAVING STARTS The; start of a'ric-w .school year is a good time.' to begin a regular .savings program at Homo Federal. An account can be opened he-re fov young or old, and to it we add regular dividend payments twice a year. - Make it a habit to save regularly in a saviijgs account here. You can save by mail, too! NOW PAYING 2!/a% Accounts Insured Up to $10,000 Home Federal Savings & loan Associa^n, Since 1917 Algeria, Iowa No more drapes, curtains or blinds when you have Sunshine ' Vertical Drapes. No more dry cleaning bills, endless ironing, fading drapes, "hoice of over 30 decorator olors in fabric or plastic. See Us Today! 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