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5S**"HC JPSI t < (Iff.) JJppsr 06* Molnw "Tuesday, 6tteblf 5, 1954 . . ARQVNb MGOAM . . Mf and Mrs Lloyd Pratt spent Wednesday in Des Moines on .business. , , Members of a local sewing club are spending this afternoon (Tuesday) at Dakota City as guests of Mrs Walter Klamp. 1 Julia Bourne who Is a iresh- rrtafi at Carletqn college, Northfield, Minn, stient the weekend with her parents, Dr. and Mrs M. G'. Bourne. ' Mr and Mxi D. H. Hall have moved into their newly constructed home on Overmeyer Drive. They have been living irt the Dr. J: P. .Herrig home on Elm St. • John feeder dnd A. tt. Borchardt are spending this week at Cass Lake, Minn, on a fishing .vacation. They are staying in the Algona* Outing Club cottage. • Mrs Bob Lewis was honoree -at a Pink and Blue shower Sunday afterttoon at her home. Hostesses, were Mrs Bruce Graham of Burt and Mrs Jerry Wiener. Dr. G. E. Barileit left today (Tuesday) for his home in New Sharon after a visit of several days with his son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartlett. Dr. Bartlett is a semi- retired physician. On Thursday night of this week the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church will have a reception for the.teachers and new people in the congregation. The program is in charge of Mrs Bob McCullough who will present 53 members ot the Cherub choir in biblical operettas. . Mr and Mrs G. D. Brundage expect to leave Sunday for a two week's vacation. They will visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs J. W. Biggers in Little Rock, Ark. Mrs Biggers is the former Maxine Brundage and they have two sons.' Mrs Mitch Taylor enierlained her bridge club Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Rex Taylor and Mrs John Hopkins. High score prize was received by Mrs Charles Simmons and Mrs Dick Post received the prize for low score. Harriet Simons had as her weekend guest, Loraine Rahe of Minneapolis. Miss Rshe is a telephone operator and was transferred to Minneapolis from the local telephone exchange. Her home was originally Titonka. , Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre and son Brian took Carol Morris, Miss Iowa, to Des Moines Saturday evening after her appearance in, •$he Band .Fesival here. Miss -Morris is from Ottumwa and is attending Drake University. The LaBarres remained over night in Des Moines. • Miss Marjorie Hauck's fourth grade at Bryant school held D picnic at the Call State park Monday evening. Participating in the event were the parents and the brothers and sisters of the grade members. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willretl and Mr and Mrs R. G. Willrett of Burt spent the weekend in Chicago. They attended the celebration of the 25th wedding anniversary of their brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Fred Willrett. Mr and Mrs Max Miller left Friday on a vacation trip of several days. Mr Miller is attending the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo and Mrs Miller continued on to Chicago where she is visiting her sister, Mrs Julia Flora. Mr and Mrs Carroll Willreti were guests of honor at a dinner party Friday evening. The occasion was their tenth wudding annivesary. Participating were Mr Willrett's parents, Mr and Mr? A. R. Willrutt and his brothers- in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Milch Taylor and Mr and Mrs Dick Gross of Lone Rock. Among the Algonans attending the Eastern Star Friendship Night at Humboldt, Monday, were Mr and Mrs Fred Sliilts, Mr and Mrs B. G. Holcomb, Mrs Robert Richardson, Mr and Mrs Don Nelson, Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrorn and Clara Amesbury. Mrs Del Carver was on the program with a vocal solo. Stop Taking Harsh Drugs for Constipation Avoid Intestinal Upset! Get Relief This Gentle Vegetable Laxative Wayl For constipation, wwr take harsh drugs. They cause brutal cramps and griping, tlisrupt normal bowel action, make repeated doses seem needed. When you are temporarily constipated, get sure but genik relief—without salts, without harsh drugs. Take Dr. Caldwell's Senna Laxative contained in Syrup Pepsin. The extract of Senna in Dr. Caldwell's is oni offhi fineit natural laxatives known CO medicine. Dr. Caldwell's Senna Laxative tastes good, gives gentle, comfortable, satisfying relief ri temporary constipation for every member of tht. family. .Helps ygu get "on scheduls" without repeated doses. Even relieves stomach Sourness (hat constipation often brings. Buy Dr. Caldwell's. Money back if • not satisfied. Mail bptde co Box 280, New Y«k 16, N. y.' • . * Charles Lav/son and Wava .Woodward had as their weekend guests the latter's parents, Mr ahd Mrs J. H. Woodward and hVf iJjpther and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Floyd Woodward and children, Jean and Craig all of Mason CHy. . ' , Mr arid Mrs H, E, McMurray V^re at Cedar Rapids a week ago Monday attending the funeral services forMfs McMurray's brother, Andrew Hunter, who passed away suddenly the preceeding Friday. Mr Hunter was .quite well known here, having visited his sister several times. Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey of Britt were Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener. Mr and Mrs Russell Renlz had as their .guests last Sunday, Mr and Mrs Harold Sankey and family of Britt and Mr and Mrs Carl Ruger and daughter, Virginia, of Ventura. •Vicki Lee is the name Mr and Mrs' A. J. Ricklefs have chosen for their- new daughter. Tht? young lady has the distinction of being the first girl baby ever born to parents living on North Woodworth st. Mrs Ricklefs and Vicki returned fromi the hospital Thursday, and the three sons are spending a few days with grandparents at Titonka and Fonda and with an,aunt and uncle at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Ralph Brown became grandparents for the first time Sunday when a daughter was born to their 1 son and dau- ghter-intlaw the Everett Browns of Des Moines. The baby, named Cheri Ann, weighed 1 sever! pounds and just missed by a few hodrs being a birthday present for her Grandmother Brown. 'Everett is in charge of the Marine recruiting station in Des Moines. Mrs Clyde Ridenour and daughter, Nancy, came Wednesday of last week from their home in Rochester, Minn, for a visit with Mrs Ridenour's mother, Mrs W. J. Payne. They were joined here by Mr Ridenour and their othel children, Janice, Mary Lee, and Bobby. Mrs Ridenour is the former Alice Payne and her husband, who formerly taught here, is now with the Rochester school system. The special purpose of the visit was to greet the brother-in-la,w and sister, Capt. and Mrs Jesse Reynolds who have just returned from three years in Germany. Several membetg of the Ideal Women of the 1 Motise chapter attended a Star:Recorders Day at Fort .DSdgg Oft SUnday, Sept.'26. ThS Ideal reedrder, 'Joyet Woods $as ; an hoHbred rgitest, Others attending were • Ifffla .-.Barton, Phyllis LoVstad/ Elizabeth Platt, Marilyn- Moore and Valeria Briggs. Mrs Briggs, as local J.unior Graduate Regent,, was notified that the lodge would receive a certificate of achievement for their past year's worki Lakotci Will Be Host To Church Meeting Soon Lakota—Trie Presbyterian Wo* men's Association will be hostess to the Fall Rally of Fort Dodge Presbytery .which wilt be attended by delegates from eleven churches, in the north part of the district. Mrs Walter Kemply of Fort Dodge and formerly of Algona and Mrs Thaden, Lake Park will be the guest speakers in the afternoon. Similar meetings will be held in Glidden Sept. 6 and Fonda the 7th, and Mrs Jerry Heetland a Secretary for Social Education and Action will be at-' tending all of the meetings. , Acorn Club Hosts < ; . ' The Acor'n Club entertained the teachers and the' teachers' wives at a picnic ''slipper, in the City Hall because of the weather, at 4:30 o'clock Thursday. ' ' Infani Son Dies' James Joseph, infant'son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bookman, .passed away Sunday afternoon and graveside, services Were- held Tuesday afternoon at-2 o'clock in the Blue Earth cemetery. -The baby was born in a Fairmont hospital August 18, 1954. He was buried beside a baby sister and is survived by his parents, fOut brothers and one sister} The Mesdames L. A. Nitz, J. E. Telkamp, Henry Olthoff, Burdette Hoeppner, Elso Jansen and Jerry Heetland attended the Contact Day for Farm Bureau Women's officers held at the K. C. Hall, Algona, Monday. Mrs Mary Zoller and Mrs'Em- ma Smith visited from Friday until Sunday with Mrs Lottie Isenberger in Burt. Mr and Mrs Jerry TJkena spent the weekend in Sac City with Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey. On Saturday they attended the State Soils Testing contest. Mr Dewey is soils technician for Sac City. . Donna Olson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Olson, underwent an operation for acute appendici- tis, Friday in Holy' Family* h!W» pital, Estherville. Donfla Is. a Sertior In the local High Schdoli Mr arid Mrs D. W^yne 1 Lesl§? h£PVe moved " frbm . a • houIS in the coilntry irito the Bosnia riduse Vacated by Mf J. H. Mul» larky. ^ The Westminster Fellowship enjoyed a hay-ride Friday night, the 17th. .They wer^ accompan* led by Rev and Mi's Harlart Kra'use and-Mr and Mrs Donald Heetland. • Mrs .Paul Richardson was a hospital patient in Fairmont several days the past week and is now with her parents Mr and Mrs Bert Patterson near Swea Cilv> t , Mrs Gerhart Bbekman of Jor-* dan, Minn, was at the home of her son Ralph and family, Monday and Tuesday. . ' .Members of the Legion Auxiliary enjoyed a 7 o'clock supper Monday at the City Hall. ., ;The program' given following, the supper wasi a solo—by Paula Btlckels .accompanied, by Lillian Meyer, saxaphone sextette, Mary Ann Lunn, Marlene Christ, Rosalie Spear, Sherry Lou Anderson, Barbara Peterson, and Juanitn, Schaper, Mrs .Margaret Green, Forest City, department historian gave the address.and the Auxiliary trio, Wanda Blome, Gaitha Olson and Edith Schroeder, sahg. F. Gus Torlne and 'Mrs J. F. Whaler! of Des Moines cameT Friday to Burt to be with Mr and Mrs James 'Warburton. Mr Warburton Has been in the Curt'ii Nursing Home the past month. . Mr arid Mrs V. A. Barrett were guests in the home of Mrs Bar- fett's mother, Mrs Raney at Llvermore, Sept. 23. The same evening they attended, a ."Friend* ship" night fir the Eastern SlafS firta Mrs Bartelt Was guest or- glJnist. Mr and Mrs Lou NH2 arid Ml and Mrs A. E. Weaver were week» end visitors in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortrrian Went to Eagle GroVe Friday after*noon after receiving the message of the death of Ed Allan, a bro* ther*in-law of Mrs Wortman. Mr Allan had been seriously, ill for several years due to a heart condition., Mr and Mrs Gletln Mabus, Lyle and Cecil 1 and Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Glaus Daniels home near Fertile. Other visitors were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Humberg and Mr and Mrs "Don; Humberg, sons-in-law and daughters of Mr and Mrs Daniels, from Clear Lake. . , Mr and Mrs .J*. E. Telkamp Visited the past weekend With relatives in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissell attended the Iowa-Michigan State football game in loWa City Saturday. The Department of Labor was Created in 1913. Sweti CHy Boy Connoted With New Refinery ' Swea City—Merlin D, Larson is another of Swea City's yoUng people who have made good in the W.brk of their choi.ce. On Oct. 2 the 50 million dollar refinery constructed by the Standard O^l company at Manddfl, North Dakota, and just recently completed, was dedicated. Larson 7 , who is superintendent of Industrial Relations of the Standard, had ah important part in the dedication pro- grarn, which was televised albng with the governor of North Dakota and other personel of the Standard .Oil Co. at Mandan. Larson was promoted to the field in, North Dakota in May, 1953, an« is located in Bismarck. He is tha son of Mr and Mrs P. W. Larson of Swea City. ' CHOPPER John Jesse, Crawford county farmer, lost his left arm in a farm accident a few days ago. He was operating a silage chopper and the arm-became entangled in the machine. WESLEY NEWS Mrs A., N. Richtsmeier 'and daUghteJ, Alice'.Richtsmeier R. N. of .Phoenlfc, Afteofia, spent Saturday', SepMi with their daiigh- te'r anil Slstef Mrs-Paul Schmlti and Mr Schmitt near Lohrville. Mrs Lou Goetz entertained hei bridge club Thursday afternoon, September 30 at her, farm home. Mrs Will HrUbes and baby £irl were brought home September 30 from St, Ann hospital, Algona; where the infant wae born On Saturday, Septe/nber 25. She has been named Joan Marie. . The'j. 'also have two daughters, Wilfna and Dehese, and one son Brian. -Mrs Mrubes is the formed Ruth Mary Bauer, daughter of Mr aha Mrs R. C. Bauer. Mrs Al Loebig enteftained a' group of youngsters, Sept. 30 in' honor of Dickie's 7th birthday. He is a second grade student at St. Joseph's Catholic school. 1 Mr and' Mrs Everett' Ackersoh and daughters were Thursday evening callers at tfie Tom Long home at Lone Rock. , The C. D. A.'s will Meet Wed- . * „.,, - ,; ', Srj nesday eVeftlftl; Get/ 6. geTcye*& will Be H6le%YeUrtlwlrth > gWfti'f jorie BeCk%'efa"ra: BauefcJaWaJ beth Ddrflblfe^pftrlie-FfifrlM and AngelinedMrtSdlv firttf^ tainera willvbS, BH*£lb|,th JH| man, data Wrhan, RSse.MftL,. tly, RUth Schrauth .and LtQU HaHig. The Cath&HeoMlsSkfflait Society will ftieei- tMt^tttterftbott.' The garnet 'sdrnettaes is gtderi,^ instead 'of the farriiliar red. . i . .._ • - —J * • '" • •" •* "•-•-- •—^ PILI OINTMENTS Give No toilet?-*. Then bo Thlsi , : WHen saWes, olnthiehb and "hall/ way" pain-killers, fail,Jleflfn thS basic cause of.iplles. Learn .why ointments give only temporary help. Learn .how modern science gets at the real cause of pile torments! You'll find the,facts in the authoritative Free*Bulletin of MdCleary Hospital—World-famous clinic > specializing in rectal ahd 'colon diseases. To get this Important book free, address McCleary Hospital, E1030 Elms Blvd., Exoel- sior Springs, Mo. • The well-improved . > ' 260-ACRE R. M. Brown Farm located 4 mi. north of Ringsted ih Emmet Co. will be offered at PUBLIC AUCTION at 1:30 p.m. Fri., Oct. 15 Will be offered in two tracts. The land is all tillable high producing Clarion soil .that has been farmed in a soil conserving mariner for the past ten years. The improvements are very gootil They include an S-roprn modernized house, grain Storage totaling 13,000 bu., barn 32x54, hog- house, chicken house, double .garage, etc. Possession March 1, '55. $1 per acre will be paid to the broker who registers the buyer. Further information and terms can be obtained from Merritt Giffin, Realtor Ringsted, la. Lloyd Berlcland, Auctioneer Fenton, Iowa NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK , A PROFESSION ***** OF PRECISION ***** We take pride (and you'll lake confidence) ihat here — your prescription is compounded by an experienced, registered pharmacist — just as your doctor ordered. Accuracy and dependability are very important in filling a prescription as well as the use of fresh ingredients. Time is important, loo. You can have all this when you bring us your prescription work, NINE YEARS IN ALGONA1 „ THUENTE PHARMACY Phone 252 Algona ^ COMPlEfE CLOSING OUT FARM SALE! As I am moving to Oregon, I will sell my personal properly on. my firm Ideated I'/a miles south, 1 mile west, 1 mile South and !/2 mile Wesr of Armsir6ng or 4 miles north and Vi mile west of Ringsted On: :V ^ Tuesday, Oct. 12, Starting 12:30 p. m. 50 Head of Sheep; 300 Pullets; 3100 Bales Feed; Brooder House; Hog House; Grain Bin; Some House-' hold Goods. ' Machinery N 1949 MM"U" with 4-row cultivalorM947 MM f 'R" 2-row cultivator}": 1950 M-H 10 ft. Self-propelled Combine; 1949 N. H. 77- Baler; 1954 N. H. Field Cutter; 1950 MM 4-row Planter; 1953 DSvid Bradley 10 ft. Hydraulic Disc; 1950 MM U ft. Spring Tooth; 1954 6-row Wind power Hoiary Hoe; 1953 4-seciion flex lever Drag; 1952 MM 7-ft. hydraulic Mower; 1953 McD. 4-bar Side Rake; 44 ft. wide type Little Giant Elevator; McD. 3' 16" rubber tired Plow; 15 ft. Roderick Lean Disc; 6 ft. '• McD. Horse Mower; 29 ft. J. Di 2-row Planter; Case rubber tired Manure Spreader; Gehl 10". Hammer Mill,"-New Clipper Fanning Mill; rubber tired Trailer; 'steel wheel Wagon; Humboldt Stock Cutter; McD. Endgate Seeder; Rubber tired Wagon; 24 Bales Baler Twine; two 18-ft. plank Feed Bunks; '12 ft. Plarik Feed Bunk; 16 ft. Sheep-Bunkr 45 bu. round Hog Feeder; two 35-bu. Hog feeders; Steel Tank with built in waterers; Steel Tank; Bottled Gas Tank Heater; 6:Can Cooling Tank; Chicken Feeders and Waterers; 30 1x12x16 Rough Boards; 4'Corn Cribbings; 300-gal. Gas Barrel wiih stand and hose; hydraulic Manure Loader, Snow Bucket; Sprayer; Air Compressor and other items. R. M. BROWN, Owner Emmet County State Bank of Ringsted, Clerk \ v . Benson and Clark, Auctioneers • FLOOR A 4 r* tt SAMPLE SALE ALL FLOOR DEMONSTRATOR APPLIANCES — SEWING MACHINES Take Your Pick - Save One-Fifth! Electric Refrigerators • Washers Freezers A Water Softeners Electric and Gas Ranges Electric and Gas Dryers Gas' and Electric Water Heaters TRIPLE FEATURE AT NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE Y/S/'///////S//////S//S///////^^^ THIS UNOPENED MYSTERY CRATE NOW IN OUR'STORE WILL BE 0-P-E-N-E-D FOR THE FIRST TIME , THIS WEEK REVEALING THE NEW 1955 Maytag AUTOMATIC WASHER Get In On The Mystery! YOU'RE THE BIG IN A VERY SPECIAL SMASH-CRASH-PRICES SALE OF Used Appliances H OBI Held In Our Used Appliance Dept. In Rear of Our Store • EVERYTHING TO CHOOSE FROM And Featuring A Big Assortment of LATE MODEL USED SEWING MACHINES You're the Boss - You Tell Us What You'll Poyl LOOK! Red Firemen's Hats FREE To Children Accompanied By Parent SEWING MACHINE AND APPLIANCE CO.

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