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••*. V> * ft 9*2 ifttt* !£af{tfrltte Simon had Mr .•and Mt& \W. ]F. iLeland of Swe.a ei^y,jaS4Meits,Thurgtlay. f«tr ?«nd ;M»s William Schutjer ap«$nt;a \weejc. ago'Sunclay at Rod- m&fi ,wth Ji^r.arid.Mrs tfoe *•**-—. surgery at a Minneapolis, Minn. hospital last week. She is recovering nicely. ;Mrs May Klftitk of Titonka is failing cared for by Mrs William tfi|nk. 'the [Funks purchased ; the ',Wi <fi. Wudain house on 'Elm st, Coleen ..and Eileen Lawson •twin daughters of Charles Law- soh'have returned to school after having i the mumps. :Mr e and ;t&** C. H; ;Simpson sp.ent a week ago:Sundayat tfrilt % wilh rtheir son and daughter-in- law Mr and :Mrs :R. H. Simpson. Mr ; andiM»* A. W. Behrtnds left :last .week ;f or , St. : Louis, ,Mo., to vVisit itheir somin'law and daughter -Mr and Mrs John ;.DiCkens. Mr and -Mrs Gale Siockwell were visitedrSunday.by their son'•• in4aw :and , daughter Mr and : Mrs •William DeKruif of Mason City. Mrs -Roy B jusirom and her mo- •ther Mri 'Bessie Walker drqvc- to iMason :City Friday . and visited friends, ;Mr and .Mis Wesley <Batlleti are being .visited this week ;by .the former's jfather Dr. ,G. ; £, Bartiett of New Sharon. •Mr and 'Mis Merle Webster entertained Mr and Mrs Harvey Keid and sons Allen and David at dinner .Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Leroy Graham were visited last weekend by -the former's parents Mr and Mrs Eugene Graham of 'Conrad. Mr and Mrs Darroll McFalland were dinner guests of the former's mother Mrs G. O. McFarland at Burt a week ago Sunday. • liqniia Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding, returned to St. Catherine's College at St. Paul for her sophomore year, last week. ,Mrs H. M. Smith and Mary Streit drove to Fort Dodge Friday and visited Mr and Mrs Maurice Cullen, brother-in-law and sister ,of :the women. }Mr and Mrs 3. P. Smith spent a week ago Saturday ; and Sunday at Madrid with their son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr. '•Bud" Robinson and Virgil Smith returned Friday from a .week uf fishing at International ;Fali», Minn. They report a very good catch. Mr and Mrs Gus Sjogren had the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Jack Riffen and Jack Jr., of ; Brainard| Minn., as last weekend guests. Mr and .Mrs Ray Sqhilmoeller had as guests one" day last week •the latter.'s 'brother-in-law and sister Dr and Mrs A. J. Miller and Tommy of Granville, Minn. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman had th.e Matter's parents Mr and Mrs Kenneth Soughton of Britt and; .Mr land. ;Mrs :Seve;n Tjetland and son.jJjjii ,of ',\Vebster City as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mis W. L. Snodgress were visited Thursday by the latter's mother and sister Mrs Dolliu Waltman of Cherokee and Mrs Morlin Young and sons Steven and Jimmie of Cleghorn. Cordoll, son oifMr and Mrs Ray SchUmoeller has enrolled at Drake university, Des Moines. He is a sophomore, his freshman yeai having been spent at St. John college, Collegeville, Minn. Mrs Mallard Snyder Sr., is visiting her son and daughter-in-law f i7,f 2-^AIflont<-(lfl.) Uppar -Oft Maine* Tuesday, SaptentUr 28, ;19S4 Mi$s /owo To fe Cfty's Guest Miss Iowa of 1954, Carol LaVerne Morris, daughter of an Oilumwa pastor, will be in Algona Saturday as a guest of honor at the 61h Annual Algona Band Festival. She was crowned Miss Iowa at Clear Lake at a coronation ball following the state contest climaxing Governor's Day. She graduated from Oliumwa high school lasl spring, and competed in the Atlantic City national Miss America contest. Carol is 18, plays the violin. She will appear in the parade .Saturday, and ai the massed band concert in the afternoon. —(Cut courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette) Dr. L. W. Fox left last Wednesday Arizona with Ed McNeill as a passenger, following a visit Mrs Duri Snyder at Upon conclusion oi her Mr ynd Chicago. Visit thtiix- tnuy will bring her home. Mrs Lloyd Muckey was accom- punied to Fort Dodge Friday by Nelson ;mcl UK:, ciuue home with patient Mr.s O. Rev. Nolsun tlieni. Hi: .hud been at tliu Lutheran hospiu, Mr and Mrs Harold Sundt-1 drove tu QUosen, Friday and there were joined by tlii- hitter's nioth':r Mrs Anna Luny- siiilli and wunt li'oru there to Casey to visit friends. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid drove to Lakota a week ago Friday and visited with Mi' and Mrs \Vmstun Sehroedor of Evatisville, Wit., at tin 1 inuiie o)' Mi 1 and Mrs Fred Schruedei, brother-in-law and sis- j sons Allen and David sue ter of Mrs Held. Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith were recently visited by tin brother and sister-in-law Mr mm Mr.s W. F. Weiae ul Pueahuntu:-. iere with his ^d friends. Mr VIcNeill was going to Phoenix where he has three daughters whom he will visit. Dr. Fox will then.continue on to Tucson. Among those who attended the Kiwanis -convention at Lincoln. N.eb,. ,.,f,i'$m a week ago Sunday tnr'-iijfetfollowjng Tuesday were Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartiett, Mr and Mi's ^Glen Graham and Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkoi and the Rev and Mrs Green of West Bend. T. James Palmer and family visited in Ames over the weekend at the Robert Palmer home in Pamtnel :Court. Robert is attending %lowa State college. While there, they attended the Iowa- South Dakota football game. Mrs F. C. Scanlan is spending some time at Des Moines with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs James Rasley to whom their first child, a daughter, was born a week ago Sunday. She has been named Carol Ann. Mr and Mrs Robert Poush have returned from Ottumwa after spending some time with the former's parents Mr and Mrs free! Poush. They also accompanied the mother to Iowa City where she had a series of examinations and surgery at University hospital. Mrs Walter Locenz and Mr and Mrs Dun Hutehihun are leaving next week for Miami. Fla. where the Hutchisons wil! visit Don';, brother-in-law and si:;tei Mr and Mrs QuiiH'.v Drummiiul. The Luren/' spend uucn winter in Kia., locating ul Pumpanu Beaeh. Waller will join his wite a little later. Mr and Mrs Harvey Heid and a fiv t | ilV . vac:atiun at U.-nver, Cniu.. leeen'Jy. Tl.es- saw Mi and Mr. hitter':; Vei nun' Sm eiihen and Mi and Mi> lUissell Kennedy while there. 'J'ln v reUu nud iiunn; via tin- Mrs tlla Hedlund uf Sioux Ci'.y ! MU.ek Hills and bad. Lanrl.-:. S. D. and Mr and Mis John Kuhlk o! j Mr and Mrt J. W. Scholles, were btunn Lake. , v j.. a ,. c j ( , VIM .j,,. Wl . r kei,c! t.'- Iheii Mr and Mrs Howard Stephen- I daujiiiier Maryau'i win. teariie. i i-.itider^arten in th' J.lku- Karlh. Minn., M'huul.-. Anotiier dallgli- I ter MiiUI'een liii^' ellli red U)i'.n hei j ^up.'iu:! M M f sea! <ii SI. f.'ittiiei j hi i:;f;Ki'il a! St. |-'(iui. iVini!.. are located a: Sun:,et Vi Ceciar J-alls and Howard lias en tered upon ni.-. :,i..,-,,nd wiln my a cuurse lii.i objective. Mr «ind Mrs Horvey Eleven tended tin; iune.al 1'Yiclav a! l-S Inr Kul ChiiJ.-,,.daU-. ',„. e.ius.n Mr Steven. LK-alh \*. „.- oue i lie t (i-l aihnenl. Serv.ees v* held ill tin- Melhodisl rhU'-'-i. Mrs Edno thi.v week hi Mr and Mi. . bmUh hus Richard Scholtet who has beei. vx'.-ii'j;: ', ij- uiUi tii'- Saii:iii. a'.'.siin i'iii:ir\ roM'.ini.^siiin a 1 . Ali.mquer ; u..- jjiii i-iit.-. Mi and iv'ii.- J. VV V'A.-ie 1 S«'!;i .Lte.- ije'iDlf lr,:V';li;' 1't! (j.ii- ''• >•'•'>' i UM.Nlii Ulll \ l.:! :>ll \ \\,'|i-(r lit- V. i 11 iiwii.!: j \i-nri-. on IMS master'.* iie;',iee. IIn aufct,lt I lumcee Jane! Salhu .it Kil-.iiarl. Jaek S Anjjeli.i, TeXtir,. 'j'ney tin.- Biack tainlii to (.•ulillllii iluCt ul .S\\ea Cit_y. Among those who a loWy-Mu'liigiu) Stall.. yanie S'aundiiv Mr a ten day's fishing*trip in Canada. The Parkins' twins Sinda and Linda were cared for by Mrs Bob Simonsen, sister of Mrs Parkins and Mrs "Soretisen at Graettinger. Paula remained with an aunt Mrs Culia Deal and Mrs Carl Hutchins stayed at Sorenseri's with the children. Mr and Mrs Cleve Barton are moving Thursday to the. :tjarold; Voigt apartment on West Collegei! street. It has been occupied by Mr and Mrs Harold Palmer who moved to trfc house of Mrs Palmer's mother the late Mrs Noia Fox. :Dr. and Mr.s N. J. Kelley are taking the apartment vacated by Mr and Mrs Baj-'lon. The house is owned by R. F. Donovan and is on south Moore street. Friends of Mrs Lester DeBoll have had a recent letter telling of the .alight stroke Mr DeBolt suffered last May. They are former residents here and Mr DeBolt was owner and operator of the tire shop on North Thorington street. They live at Pico, Calif., and Mr DeBult has a repair shop in a garage. A daughter and family live in the same town. Mr and Mrs Lee Kail left Friday for their home at Santa Ana, Calif., after visiting several days at the W. A. Ladendorff and Kay Liidendorff homes. They also went to Minnesota lo visit Mrs Hall's uncle Conrad Herman, former resident here. Mrs Hall is: the former Caroline Slebbins, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Judel Slebbins who lived .here a number of years ago. Mr Slob- bins was a painter and interior decorator. Birthday Celebration Mrs, George Koestier entertained the lir.st graders at her hunie Saturday afternoon in honor o. ':he sixtli birthday oi her daughter Vieki. Other gut-.sl.s wen Janice Dreyer and Eugene Meister. , , CWeidnesday) ;at .2530 bytecian»Church. FRev.'M.'H.iBrower will Officiate and burial will 'follow jhi lawn Memofial Gardens. /The services at the church -Will Ibtf preceded at .2; p.m. Withm Short service at the 'Hamilton Funefal Home. Mrs Hahle died .Monday morn-': ing at St. Ann Hospital at 9 a.m. following ,two years,of ;ill;health.; Her death-Was i Unexpected. j Lennice /Link was ; born Sept.; 26, ;-iatl at 'Swea >City. :She ,waS? the ' daughter of fMr. and :Mrs TDur- wood 'Link and ^attended sschool, in Algona where she -graduated from high school. 4' She is survived iby ;her ;huk-l band, a daughter, "Mrs iEdwar}i Abbas (Peggy), Algona; and ffourj step-children, ':Dale <Culbertson- and Mrs Verle:i>aser,;Bes.Moines; Mrs :Duane :Peckham,; Clear iLflke, and -.Qlen >:CUlbertson, Algona. Four'brothers, Roy, i Cedar Jlapids: Dewey, iErvin and iSam, :Swea City; and two sisters, .Mrs Merle McArtinch and .Mrs Ralph :Rickard, Rolfe, also survive. .Pallbearers will be Glenn: Hildebrand, John Slevin, Glen : Burtis, Glen Culbertsoii, Cline and Russell Abbas. 5 Schools Form Athletic League A meeting of representatives of the new North Central Catholic Conference was held 'Monday at' St. Cecelia's Rectory in Algona. Father Koenig, Pocahor.tas, was elected president, and. 'Father .Kain, Emmetsburg, vice president. A secretary - treasurer will be named later. ; At present five -Catholic schools are members of 'the loop — St. John's of Satlcroft, St. Cecelia's,' Corpus Christ! of -Fort Dodge,, Sacred Heart of Pocahontas and Emmetsburg Catholic. It is hoped that more teams can be added to the roster," with eight hoped for. Schedules for the 1955-56 season were set for ^basketball. Schedules for the season just ahead were decided upon at the first league meeting late last winter. 5 Auction Sales Are Announced .Five assorted auction .sales aret listed in 'today's Algona Upperj] 1 DeS~"Moines: Summarized, ' are as follows: Sept. 29 — Sentrul Community! School District, auction sale ol : schoolhouse, grain bin, etc. at; Fenton gym, fa p.m. i Oct. 1 — H. M. Colv/ell auction! sale of household goods, miscel-i laneous items, at 1U2 Putnam St.' Complete listing in paper today. Oct. 1 — Auction sale 240 acre farm, Flynn H. Mitchell, owner. Oct. 2 — W. II. Helmke & Sons sale of Duroc boa'.'s and gilts. Oct. 5 — Mr and Mr.s Louis Reilly sale of Poland Chinaa. Oct. 5 — R. M. Brown farm, consisting of 260 acres will be sold at public auction. Home Destroyed By Night Fire An Aigona girl and Her family were . left homeless. ' Saturday evening, when fire destroyed their home in Des Moines. She is Mrs Donald Wade, the former Wana Patterson, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Jewell Pattei- MIII. The parents drove to Des Moines, Sunday, to assist where possible. Mr and Mrs Wade and their seven children lost all of the.r personal belongings, and are at present staying with neighbors. Homemakers To Meet The Union HonuMiiukers will meet Thursday afternoon, Sept. 'M. at the Art Leek home. if you order now you csn get a 137500 Speedy corn crib for only $289— and it has 1261 b*hel edacity children. Mis L. L Mr and Mi.- 1 (Hid son Tuin and Mrs |Joii HuU'ie.vin. Mr and Mr* Hwvey JKolh i:i.l tur Uiflr Kl 'aiidi-hiLireil t'l.eis tiiid Terry WeusUiud Uiit ue.n l''r.dav and fcJat'Ji day Vihi l.Vi'fnl.i Mi aid iviis Wi-isbrud ul i^uni; Kni'k \v e MllHieapvli:.. Minn., allentllli weeding '.il MiiUl'ice'.-. .-;sler to Arm 'Id Kueck'-r. 'i'he here Jiyndiiy and wi-it 1 panivd by Mi'c Fri-elnv :.-!:; . -.if l.'.ne IV.M 1-. , ; n- ; ,>e M jwr auvfis vi Mr iiiid Mrs Kati Mr and Mi't Murrit, Givens ano i:liO Mir Kd \\\i \ JVhllll.. la: hityiuoiid held snd .s dt Oiuaha. Visited Mi:» Held ha vi. killer'-, jiiCi Mr: C;,i,l Mr.-. 'J'...n,\ S. IX Mr tmd Mt MJ .-.•,.1 .M; • 5-gauge wire nissh ... as thick as p quqrlflf-iiuh bolt... galvanized, non-sag, non-bending wirt mesh, putmonenlly fastened to slung steel dames. • Ribbed loof far exlrn strength. It's anchored 3 limes ... too't blow all. • Permanently attached ladder! plus many other WORTH-MORE Features Cone It.,. hit us ploy (or you the unienainuig, dramatic retard "COL. 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