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I. uj>p'g R 6'g si AA o I N ocvc Burt Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Orie Petersen of Burt are celebrating their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday, September 12. -In honor of the occasion, their children are holding open house at the Burt Legion hall, from 2iOO to .5:00 in the afternoon, for all their friends and neighbors. All of the Petersen's ten children will be present for the celebration, except Donald,.who is in the army in Germany. Hatold and Orie Jr;, of Algona, Darreld of Wesley, and Jerry, Robert, Roseanne, Betty Jean, Sharon and Sandra, all at home, will serve as hosts andi hostesses at the open house. RiVerdale Friendly Club The RiVerdale Friendly club met Wednesday, Sept. 1 at the home of Alice Steele with 15 members present. After the business meeting, v a reading was given by Anna Bowman, and entertainment in the form, of a school quiz was given, with Fannie Boldridge as teacher. Next month will be .Guest Day at the Elizabeth Grill home with Arlene Simon assisting. Guests at the last meeting included Mrs Harold Erpelding, Mrs Leo Thilges and Mrs Lawrence Miller. Al St. Paul Wedding Mrs John . Kenefick and Mrs Thomas Kenefick of Eagle Grove are going to St. Paul, Friday, and Saturday will attend 1 the wedding of Marianne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Emmett Kenefick to James O'Niell. Infant Baptised • Bantismal rites were held Sunday*, August 29 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Thomas Scott, infant son. of Mr and Mrs Eugene Muller. The Rey. Copper officiated. Sponsors Were Mr and Mrs T. N, Whitty, of Clarion. Dinner' guests following the service were the sponsors, their daughter Joan of Des Moines and the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Thul. Callers in the afternoon were Mr and Mrs Ernie Shillington of Bancroft. Guests At Wedding Mr and Mrs W. C. Taylor, Marilyn Thompson and Irene Fraser attended the wedding of Kathleen Curtis and John Frakes, Tuesday August 24 at eight o'clock in the Christian church at Webster City. Kathleen is the daughter o Mr and Mrs Willard Curtis, form er residents here _a few ' years ago. The couple will be at horn- in Minneapolis, Minn., where thi groom is a theological student and will enter upon his junior yea at the seminary. Birthday Picnic Mr and Mrs Eugene Muller attended a' picnic at Mr and Mrs Harold Elbert's at Whittemore Thursday, a celebration of the sixth birthday of the daughter, Kathleen. At Family Reunion Mr and Mrs Don Finders attended .a Large family reuniort Sunday; August 29 at Eldora. Family Gathering Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt, Mr nd Mrs Paul Hilbert and Mr and fits Beryl Butterfield- of Swea City went to Estherville Sunday and were joined by Mr and Mrs Marion Butterfield for a family aicnic. . , , Bit fe Spur Meeting ^ Members, of the Bit &" Spur club met Monday evening, August 30, at the home of Lyle Anderson. Several ,of- ,the, group rode td>t)aytbh ; Saturday t6 at;end the rodeo bfeing- held; there Sunday , afternoori. Mvitip CO CHRIB REESE A Utite Ot TbU, • o< That: Not Much of Anything. The MAGIC of AUTOMATIC HOT WATER Means Better Living R. F. D. with THERMOGAS Hot water—and plenty Lof it—is a "must" on "today's farms. Larger washings, more exten- _ sive canning and cooking, and the great emphasis on healthful cleanliness, all increase the need for hot water. It's so easy . . . and so efficient—to heat water the modern, automatic, Thermogas way. Let us show you how economically an automatic L.P. gas water heater can be installed in your home. Put Thermo- gas to work for you, NOW. It was Ihe other day that I ha< a chat with Frank Zender and he mentioned that there were times when he felt like scribbling sorrle verse about me to sort o compare with the rhythm I pile into the column occasionally bu he said he couldn't always think f fitting words to rhyme with hris and so I suggest that ha se such as bliss, hiss, kiss, miss, his, fizz, quiz or whiz, because on. ccount Of they'd go good with Chris. And for Reese he might ick up words like cease, crease, leece, geese,, grease, peace or ven police, and'they'd be pretty, ood. And he thought there ught to be some good words to hyme with Dane arid here are orrie, brain, cane, chain,, drain, 'rain, bain, pain, plain, rain and ame, etc., all good words to •natch up with Dane.' And here s hoping Frank takes pen in hand and rhythms about-me to taeac he band. I'd like it, you tell 'em. Dr. Thissen told me the other day that he hd just looked into a brand new and modern dictionary and he had found a list of words that started with "non" and he counted them and found there were 1,038 such usable words. And that rather surprised me, top. And I asked him did he remem- oer any of them and he came at me with this: "Yes, I remember at least nine of them that seemingly would be synonimous with you, for instance, nonbehgerent, nonbureaucrktic, nonintellectual, nonmischievous, nonobservant, nonplutocratic, nonpredictable, nonproficient and nonscholastic. And there may be others but i thought of you as-1 read 'these. And he's got .sorrfething there. But I am going to check over that list of words one of these days and maybe I could find some "nons" that'also'would synchronize with me from one or another angle, so to speak. AS BEFORE — Your Headquarters For the Best in Gas Appliances — Both Bottle and Natural RAPID THERMOGAS South Phillips St. COMPANY Algona, lowc For Fourteen Days Only Starting Tomorrow! „ Your Old Car Becomes A Full Year Younger... If It's a '50, We'll Pay You '51 Allowances; On '51's, a '52 Price; '52's, a Full '53 Trade-In Value... When You Trade On A PACKARD OR PACKARD CLIPPER •Beginning tomorrpw, and for a limited time only, your present car becomes a. full year younger to us .., and we'll give you a trade allowance that-proves it I Don't let this wonderful opportunity go by! Come io and let us show you how easily you can step up t to a beautiful Packard or Clipper. You'll be glad you did! SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa •It'has been suggested to me hat we should organize a "Joke 3 ost Club" in Algona and then nave some cards printed and pin one to each joke post when they are installed. The card should cad: "This is a parking joke post but it is no joke when you slip your nickel into the slot." I don't suppose the meter minded city councilmen would approve of such an organization and especially they would not approve -oi decorating the joke posts with such a'card. If such an organization was formed here I'd be tickled to serve as secretary because on account ,of I've got a typewriter and I'd be tickled to copy and deliver to the rneter minded councilmen all activities of the club. And I don't suppose it will be long now until hole digging and planting of joke posts will start on the main drag. Of all the activities of a meter minded council this joke post deal sure tops the bunk. When I speak of our meter minded councilmen I do not have reference to the meter which covers systematically arranged and measured rhythm in verse, the property of a verse that is divided into feet or syllabic groups, or the rhythmical structure as concerned 'with the division into measures of a uniform number of beats or time units in music. I don't know the meter minded council gents well enough as to whether or not they are musically inclined and can warble, play a iddle or blow a mounth organ, o to speak. So it is when I men- ion the meter minded gents it s in mind the meter that measures officially commodities, an nstrument for measuring, usual- y for recording automatically he time measured for parking a ar. There is a difference in the meaning of the meter in your lymnal and the meter which checks your parking time. However, it could be that the meter minded gents on our city council may have in mind and approve of both kinds of meters and maybe that had much to do with the meter minded gents handing us .he joke,posts after all. Isaacsons Win 6 Photo Honors Both Nels and Kay Isaacson, owners of the Brown's Studio, here, have been honored by awards of Certificates of Merit by the Photographers' Ass'n of America at its 63rd annual convention and trade show held recently in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Isaacson each won three certificates. A Certificate of Merit is awarded to a photographer when his picture is selected to hang at the convention by a jury of the nation's niust lamed professional photographers. At this year's convention, only 750 out of 5,000 photographs submitted were so honored. Rites Thursday At Swea City For Ex-Resident Beulcth Hartshorn Waters Victim of Cancer In Florida Seneca — Funeral services were held at the Swea City Methodist church, Thursday afternoon, Sept. 2 at 2 o'clock for Mrs Bculah Hartshorn Waters, who passed away at a hospital at Jacksonville, Fla., on Saturday afternoon, a victim of cancer. The Rev. C. C. Callahan of Fenton assisted the Rev. S. Hammer at the service. A similar service was held at Jacksonville. Burial was at. Harrison township cemetery, near Swea City. Special 1 music was a vocal duet by the Rev. and Mrs S. Hammer and selections by an Eastern £Jtar quartette. Pallbearers were Martin Dahl, Burton Johnson, Selmer-Uhr, LeRoy Estle, Arnold Anderson and Kenneth Bollig. Beulah B. Hartshorn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Hartshorn, was born in Ledyard township on Sept. 24, 1908, and died at Jacksonville, Fla., August 28, .1954'. • She attended .Grant consolidated school during her early years and was graduated with the class of 1927 from Swea City high. Following graduation she studied beauty culture at Des Moines and worked for several years in Algona • and Spencer. In the early 40's she went to Kansas City, Kan., where she attended a technical school, completing the course as radio operator, took the federal examination and received her license as radio operator. After working for some time in San Francisco. for United Air Lines, she enlisted in the Wom- ens Reserves of the United States Marine Corps in October, 1943. She served in the aerology department at Cherry Point, N. C., where she met Henry T. Waters of Jacksonville, Fla., whom she married July 20, 1945. Immediately following her discharge from the ser/vice she joined her husband and established their home at Jacksonville where they lived and where Mr. Waters has been employed with the city utilities since 1937. She was a member of the Congregational church, an active member of the Order of the Eastern Star and would have been in- stalle^d as worthy matron at the next installation of officers. ' She is survived by her husband, her father, Roy Hartshorn, a brother, Caleb, both of Fenton, a step-daughter, Mrs Frank Cass- apaglia, Arlington, Va., two nieces and one nephew, and many, many friends 'both in Iowa and Florida. Graveside services were conducted by the Swea City Order of Eastern Star, chapter No. 444. Mrs Jim Watts . Dies In Calif. Death of a former Algona woman, Mrs Jim Watts, Sr., Oxnard, Cal., was reported to Mrs Bud Robinson of Algona, last week. Mrs Watts is .survived by her husband, formerly custodian ol the local post office, and two sons, Bill and Jim, Jr. Her death followed a lengthy illness, and was due to cancer. The family moved to Oxnard from Algona several years ago.' Band Festival, Oct. 2 The 6th Annual Algona Band Festival will be held Saturday October 2. Invitations are being, sent out to 25 bands. This bit, event is considered one of the finest things in Algona during the year. Plan Reception, Burt Teachers Burl — A reception for Burt teachers will be held in the school gymnasium the evening of Sept. i). to start at 8:00 o'clock. Instead of games, a short program will be given and a film shown. All parents arc. urged to attend. A film "Skippy Goes to School" will be shown Wednesday, Sept. 8 in the first grade room for the first grade mothers. Mrs Fidelia Kiilsholm, the elementary supervisor for Kossuth county will be vith the group to discuss school activities. of 'Algona, would be enforced to lie word, and fines and impouml- ng will be carried out against all violators. It has been noted that many children are riding bikes on the sidewalks of the business district, and letting them lay on the sidewalks where they are a lindrance to pedestrians. It is legal in such cases for the city to assess a $25 fine and impound the bicycle for 30 days. The police are going to be on the lookout for all offenders from now on. Tuesday, September 7, 1954 Algonn (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 Held To Court For Bad Check Issue Warning To Bike Riders Only two cases were heard in Mayor Linda Clapsaddle's court last werjk. Merlin P. Hansen, Algona, was charged with operating a motor Vehicle while intoxicated and was bound over to the September term of district court. David F. Harig, Algona, paid $5 and costs for going through a red -light on State street. The Algona Police Department has had complaints from citizens in.regard to bicycle riders, and an announcement was made Saturday by Chief Albert Weishaar that necessary steps are to be taken to remedy the situation. • Weishaar stated that bicycle ordinance number 266, regulating the use of'bicycles within the city Silver Wedding Sept. 12, Burt Wesley — Mr and Mrs Orric Peterson of Burt will observe their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 12, with open house from 2 to 5 in the Legion hall at Burt. The family lived two miles north of Wesley until last March. Their son, Darrcll, and family, will attend. Darrcll is Standard Oil truck operator at Wesley. Study Rule Change Three former Kossuth county presidents of the Legion auxiliary, Mrs Fred Genrich, Lone Rock, Mrs A. D. McCarthy, Bancroft, and Mrs H. E. Lampnght, and the present leader, Mrs John Foth, Algona, met last Tuesday evening at the Foth home for t business session. The group discussed the revising of the-county standing rules. A Madison, S. D. man, D*Mi!ht Ness, has been bound over to district court on a charge of falsely uttering a bad check, following a hearing in Justice of the Peace C. 11. Ostwinkle's court Uist Wednesday. Ness was in the local jail, pending payment of a $500 bund, lie is accused of writing a chock for $40 in a local store which he signed with a Inlse name. He wns taken into custody at Genevn, 111., and returned to Al- 5011:1 by Sheriff Lindhorst a week in. 1 To Head Drive Mrs Elizabeth Schenck, Algona, tins accepted chairmanship of, K.outh Kossuth county for the an- mui! drive of the Iowa Children's Home Society. The drive is September 13 through September 30. Mesdnmes G. W. Stillman. Elizabeth Schenck and , Lowell S. Lcnx.. Algona chairman, will be hostesses at a 2:30 tea for all chairmen nnd workers on Monday, September 13 at the Johnson House, Highway 169, Algona. Good Hope Chicken Supper Wednesday Eve, Sept. 8 served family style, beginning a» 5:30 p. m. MENU Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes Gravy Cabbage Salad Sliced Tomatoes - Corn - Beet Pickles Relish Tray Assorted Pies Coffee Milk Adults $1.00 Children 50c your HOME, OFFICE OR STORE in a VICTOR TREASURE CHEST This chest Is sturdily built, heavily Insulated and furnace tested. It is certified by the Safe Manufacturers National Association to protect paper contents from severe hea reaching 1700' F. [Prefect BEFORE Fire Strikes/ See It Now At Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Phone 1100 — Algona grand entrance into the IT'S YOUR MOMENT OF DRAMA - POISED ON THE THRESHOLD OF AN EXCITING NEW SEASON! SEE OUR PREVIEW OF FASHIONS TO MAKE YOUR ENTRANCE MEMORABLEI Choice of Rieemore, Dee Dee Deb, and others. All new winter fabrics, styles and colors. 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