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m I • ;i--.ft" ; -*,,'^'..»••,><# -,, Wed At Wesley, Aug. Blflhdny Dinner Mr andMrs Walter Difsworth entertained at dinner Sunday in honor 'of the fifth birthday bl their granddaughter Stephanie Woltz. Guests were the honoree's mother, Mrs Marilyn Woltz and Suzanne', arid Mr and Mrs Carl Schlatfe.ldt and David, all of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Joe Hom- seyand Bernice. find Mr and Mrs Bernard Homsey, all of Armstrong. Attend Convention* An American Legion and Legion Auxiliary convention was held Thursday at Fort Dodge. Don Herpmingsen, Thead of the posi Was, in attendance and among the auxiliary members in attendance were Mrs Lillian Foth, Mrs Margaret Reece, Mrs Leota Halpin and Mrs Homer Clark. Mrs Foth ha4 a part on the program and appeared in a skit. Birthday-Patty Mrs Don Prieskorn gave a party Saturday afternoon in honor ot the fourth birthday of her son 1 Mark Charles'. Guests were Judy Bickert, Cindy, Evalyn Ferguson, John and Linda Fredericks, Theresa Hidelbaugh, Jean and Bill Milder, Patty Muckey, Leslie-and Lynn Norton, Cindy Schumacher, Bob Smith and Lark Whittemore. Pictured above 'are Mr and Mrs Paul S. Schmiit, who were married Aug. 21 at St. Joseph's church in Wesley. The bride is the torrner, Patricia Ann Richtsmeier, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. N Kientsmeier of Wesley. The bridegroom is from Adaza. The above cut is courtesy of the .Lohrville Enterprise. Marvel Sherman Hostess Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met- Tuesday evening, Sept. 14 at the home or Mrs Marvel Sherman. Guest speaker was Miss Alice Condon. -Mrs Helen Haas presided* at the business meeting which followed. Mrs June Winkel was appoiriteu to fill the vacancy in the office of ' corresponding secretary,. and Mrs Pat Taylor artd Mrs Helen Schlievert were added to. ; ,the rushing committee. The next regular business: meeting will be held at the home of Iris Lieb on Oct. 5. Card Club Hostess, j ! ' jl; '•Mrsr*(jharles %ifpfnons enfe^- tained Vine members of her carb club Thursday evening. Mr? Frank Moulton a guest was winner of the high score prize and Mrs Neal Monaco won the sec ond high score prize. Julius Peterson who is employed at the Sorensen grocery had a vacation recently which he and his wife spent at Pennington, Minn., with their son-in-law and. daughter Mr . and Mrs Harold Anderson. ideas each a meal In itself Pledges Delia Gamma Madonna McGuire, daughter ol Mr and Mrs-John McGuire, was one of 286 women students of the University of Iowa who 'were pledged following formal rushing exercises Which ended last Thurs-; day. Miss McGuire was accepted as a member by Delta Gafnma sqrprity,--one of the .largest at the University. ' •;;. ' j • . . .'• —•' ; < ;\"'V • i"> Districts Hosts r ; . ••; ; ' ' .''; The Algona Townsend. Club will be host Sunday, Sept. 26, at a 6th district meeting, at Frank & Em's dining room, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Election of officers will be held. Entertainment will be plBhned by: Mrs Wilbur feid- ren, with many special features. Mr and Mrs K. D. Long were visited recently by Mrs Long's brother and sister-in-law Mr arid Mrs Victor .'Osness of CamroS^, Alberta, ,Can. Last week they also had as guests another brother and sister-in-law of Mrs .Long, the Rev and Mrs Lloyd Osness, Janice and Don of Chica-' go, 111. Hostess At Party Ivlrs Richard Reynolds entertained at a party last week Thursday at which guests were Mrs Maida Fuoss, Dorothy Fuoss of Whittemore, Mrs Ed McDonald of Streator, 111,, Mrs John McDonald of El Paso, Mrs Gary McDonald, Mrs George McVay, Mus Ray Meyer, Mrs George Newland and Mrs William Newland were guests. • ., , Family Picnic ' Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson attended a family picnic at Mr and Mrs Bob Hoover's near Britt last week Sunday, a farewell courtesy for Karen Hoover, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lou Hoover, who has entered the Iowa Methodist school of nursing at Des Moines Dr. N. J. Kelley spent Sunday and'vMonday in Des Moines where he attended a dental conference, T,he Presbyterian Guild w,ill meet Thursday, Sept. 23, with Mrs Wm. Tjaden and Mrs Merle Moxley as hostesses. Mrs Bertha Pommer had her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mj-s Gerritt DeWaard and Frances Dw'yer of Milwaukee, Wis., as supper . guests Sunday. Miss Dwyer and Mrs DeWaard became acquainted when- both worked in' Milwaukee in the of- ficv.- ; pf. the Soil Conservation project. '«"!.<; Fire At Whittemore ( Whittemore-^The. Whittemore fire company~Was called recently to the Frank Eiesle farm jto ^extinguish a tractor which caught on fire. A small fire extinguisher' was used and almost .brought the fire under control. As Mr Eiesle pulled the tractor from the shec with a,pickup truck, firemen arrived and put out the blaze with chemicals. Mr Eisele took a tire pump to blow out the gas lino when the pump got. in contact With the starter, it caused a spark which ignited the gasoline. If It's News — We Want III IT'S EXCITING... IT'S THE FASHION... Buttery Cheeseburger fuller that bun generously. Broil with cheeseburger. Top wild onion and olive. Then sink your teelh into that buttery-hot goodness. «• .-r^aif^f Butter Fried Egg Sandwich The conic-hither aroma of sizzling buller draws the crowd. Duller melted, browned in the pan... there's nothing like an egg fried in buller. ' Swiss Cheese and Ham ^_ An old favorite with rye bread, made soooo templing with plenty of butler. Serve with pickle slices and lettuce leaf... open faced. &,$£ Buttered Grilled Cheese Buller thai grilled cheese sandwich well. Let the buller toast right into the bread while the cheese is melting. Only Duller tuasts bread to flavor perfection. f . ^, v j yjf And remember... all good sandwiches begin with butter Every pound of Butter is made from four pints of rich cream. IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION Voice of Iowa's Dairy Formers Anwicao Dairy Assgualio* of lewq rolls lovely painted designs oil your SuperKem-Tone Walls! It's like magic! With a special new roller and new sensational AppUkay you can roll lovely shimmering designs on your freshly painted Super Kem- Tone walls. And such a variety of effects Is ppssible! With the choice of enchanting Applikay designs and the iridescent Applikay colors, you can create countless different design effects to individualize your walls. It's easy, fast.,. and washable! Less than a quart of Applikay is enough for the averaga room and it's every bit as washable as Super Kem-Tone; See our AppUkay Design Selector for 67 new ideas in decorating ... see how the lovely. Applikay designs ehunraer and change with the angle of view. VSTORES GAli PHP COLOR! $5,69 Methodists At Burf Observe 65th Anniversary Burl—Some 130 people attended services at basket dinner at the Methodist Church .Sunday, Sept. 12, when the 65th anniversary of the organizing of this group was observed. Gifts and greetings were received . from many unable to tje present. Rev, Bearse gave the morning talk while the afternoon session Was turned over to visiting. Some from away who registered were Mr and Mrs Oscar Isenberger, and Paul' Isenberger from Stanley, Wis.j Mr and Mrs Birton Isenberger and Mrs Anna Vinaas of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs James Sewick, Spirit Lake; Mr and Mrs Arnold Clark or Akron; Raymond Hobspn, Marcus; Jack McMullen, Salina, Kan. Mr and R\5 Raymond Mitchell, Minnesota; Mr and Mrs Leslie Graham; Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp and Clarence Stewart, Dukotu City; Mr mid Mrs Glenn •Graham, Mrs 1 Wm. Bourne, Mrs Wm. Nelson of Algona; Mrs Nelse Godfredson of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Charlesfhelps, Titonka; Mrs Oriel Christensen of . Ringsted; Jim McMullen, Des Moirtes and Eugene Steward of California. Letters were read from, Rev. Heddel, who is visiting in Scotland; Rev. Splker of TefcasVKev. Jackman, Neb.; t Rev. Stamp, Florida; Rev. Buthman of .Cedar Rapids and Rev. Mitchell of Titonka. * Algona (la.) Upper Des Tueiday, September 21, 1954 New Pastor Now At Livermore The second shift in the pastor* ate of Sacred Heart church at Livermore in that many weeks took place here Tuesday. The Rev. P. J. Sturm arrived frow. Mt. Carmel to take up his duties as permanent pastor, relieving the Rev. Cletus Keleher who was named temporary pastor August 31, following the retirement ot' the Gabriel Barry, who is making his new home in Carroll. Father Keleher left Tuesday for Sioux Rapids, where he will-serve as pastor. Before coming to Livermore he had been the assistant at Sacred Heart parish in! Fort Dodge. Oilmen Plan A Progress Week About 25 Algona gas and oil dealers and distributors are joining to present a unique event to celebrate annual "Oil Progress Week" locally. The committee handling arrangements is composed of Russ Hutchins, chairman, and M. L. VanderWa§l, Roy Hutzell and Vernon Jensen. The event Is to be held Oct. 15 to 16 and among other special features, will present a search for the most careful drivers In the commuhityv ,A "Mystery Car" will roam the streets during that week, and one outstanding careful driver will be chosen each day. A special award will be presented to the selected careful drivers. Bud Anderson and Jerry Ferris are chairmen for this feature of the event. Wesley Schultz and Cy Venteicher are a committee that will contact all local dealers and distributors on the event. It costs the government about 0089 of a cent to print a dollar bill. ITMODERNAIRE* STIIL DESKS COLORS: Olive Green, Modernaire Gray, Driftwood Tan and Seamlst Green Many Styles and Sizes To Fit Any Office or Home AVAILABLE AT YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Algona Phone 1 TOO THE LARGEST FALL AND WINTER COAT SELECTIONS Ever Shown at fowlers ! 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