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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1954
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r,; \ BrBNamed f he l \kick*6f f > dinner .for . . ; heldV J3a^<day, 10tit, , at-lfie:- Johnson House iri Algona ' starting sharply at 12 lioon. Mrs Robert Pousch, county chairman, has announced the fol- , lowing chairmen' who will assist her in, thfe drive: , ... * • - Towtt chalrhien— Algona,; Mrs .Wendell f easier; Titphfea, Mrs • Wni. fioYkfen;. Hurt; ^Mfg'tGUy Clapsaddle; Lone Rock, Mrs A. A. KfUeger; Fenton, Mrs Fred Newel;. Bancroft, ; Mrs' Rl -E,' Weber; Swea City, Mrs Richai'd Stevens: Lakota, Mrs C. W. Buckels; Ledyard, Mrs E. A. Carpenter; Lu- Verne, 'Mrs Harry Licfity;/ and Whittemore, Mrs Vic Perkins. Wesley has not as yet been appointed a chairman. Township chairmen-:— Buffalo, Mrs Carl Callies,' Titorika; Burt, Mrs Delmar Angus, .Burt; Fen- tort, Mrs Don Weisb^od; :Fentdn; German, Mrs Troyce? Brunei Ti, tonka; Grant, Mrs CjiesfSsf !Fa> rington, Swea City;; Greenwood, Mrs G. C. Inman, Bancroft; Harrison, Mrs Selmar UhiU Swea City; Hebron, Mrs WiJbur Krasch, Elmore; Irvington, Mfs : ; Howatd Raney, Algona; Lqd'yard,? Mrs David Friets, Bancrbf t; ; Lincoln, Mrs Ronald Jutting, Buffalo Center. ,• • LuVerne, Mrs A. A. Schipull, LuVerne; Plum Creek, Mrs C. Benschoter, Algona t Portland, Mrs Earl Miller ', Burt •;. -Wairje; ; 'Mrs -A. Studeri .Wesley; Ramsey, Mrs Geo. Lickteig, Bancroft; Riverdale, Mrs Vern Barker, BddeJ -Seneca, ;Mrs Henry Looft, Fenton; Sherman, Mrs Paul Bluiner,, Livermorej Swea, Mrs De'tttrter- Thompson/ Swea City; Union, Mrs Alfred Schenck, , Algona; ^ Springfield, Mrs Chester, .Jphngon-, (L0dyaM; Wesley, Mrs 'Minnie /TTrimrnl, Wesley; and ,WhittemQre, Mrs Ed Young wirthi •„ Whittfcmbre. Three; townships chairmen. as yet do not 1 ' have Joins Air'Force' Duane Edwin Lieb, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin F. Lieb, Route.-2. Algqna.i has TOlunteeire/irif.or;. enlistment 'in ~ the United - States' Air Force through the Mason City Recruiting Station. "He enlisted for four years and has been sent to! Lackland Base, San Antonio. Texas for. Basic A bag of bulbs sold lo Mayor Lltida Clapsaddle last week sparked the opening of ihe local sale for ihe Algona Lions ; club;'With Dick Cook and Ed Gilmore of ihe Algona Lions collecting from ihe mayor in ihe above picture. , ; :,;"'; funds raised from ihe sale of ihe bulbs will go io finance ihe annual Halloween party for Algona children, Saturday ' night, 'Oct. 30, and for continued aid io Leader Dog and Iowa • Eye Bank, boih set up io help blind peisons, " Each bag of bulbs sold contains 11 bulbs, ranging from iwo-40 waiters io one 150 waii bulb.—(Polaroid photo by Algona Upper Des Moines). tin Mary Will. ^ .' • Mrs Emma LehtWati hf£ yisifain '«$ hbme aiifailfliiy MR. Th LUVERNE NEWS Miss Ada Blumer of Indianapolis, Jnd. arrived Oct. 9, for a ten day visit with her sister Luclla Blumer, brothers, Peter and Fijeji Blumer of, LuVerne,*' bro- tjrer'Edward'Blumer, sister, Mrs Marie Ogren and sister-in-law Mite'Anna ;Blumer in Algona. Mr' and Mrs Lawrence Miller were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson, pf < Osage on a weekend trip./-iThey. visited the famous clocks at Spillville, at Prairie- du-chein and La Crosse, Wis'., returning '"home Sunday evening. The Rev and Mrs Howard Marty, son, Paul, were Wednesday lo Friday visitors in the parental Mr' arid Mrs Henry A. 'Marty home. The Rev. Marty is* pastor of the -Evangelical .United Brethren church in'Clinton, la. ' The Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason, accompanied by Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Ledyard spent the past week visiting Mi anrl Mrs L. E. Martin and Mrs Gerald Martin at LaFarge, Wis., Mr and Mrs Donald Pugsley at Rush City, Minn. Mrs Nelle Biegger arrived home Thursday from her. trip to Denver, Colo., Bartlesville, Okla., and Topeka, Kan., where she spent two week'si visiting friends Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull have received news that then son, 1st Lt. Gerald Schipull, who has been stationed at 'Frankfurt, Germany, the past two years, has gone to 'North Africa, at Tripoli for two months. A 2/C Richard Thomas has arrived for a 30-day furlough in the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas and family. He just returned from 15 month's service" in French Morocco. At the conclusion of his furlough he reports at Great Falls, Mont. W.' Raymond Legler who has been confined to his home for the' past month, suffering with hepatitis was taken to the Luther- fin hospital, Fort Dod^e, Wednesday morning for medical treat : ment. Mrs Dennis Carroll went to Ft. Dodge Friday to visit in the home of her daughter Mr and Mrs T. McNeilly and make 'acquajint- ance of Kathleen Marie McNeilly born Oct. 4. > Thursday evening visitors, ,in the home, of :Mr ;and Mrs James 'Doak-arid Nita' Sue -were >M* a.ric 1 Mrs Carl Groetsch, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David of Algona. Mr and Mrs John Schnakenberg went to Garner Thursday and attended her' former church's annual supper. They also visited her mother Mrs Sofia Lenz. Mrs Bert Thomas and son, A72C Richard Thomas, visited the past week in Stanhope with their son and brother Mr and Mrs Arnold Thomas and family and relatives in Dayton. Mr and Mrs Arthur Riley visited Wednesday in the home of the former's sister and family Mr and Mrs Judd Berry hill in Humboldt. His nephew. Gerald, Riley^f San Francisco, Calif., is . visiting relatives in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Martin Will of Rockwell City were Wednesday visitors in the home of Mrs Theresa Assing. They came to attend the funeral of their aunt FILING SUPPLIES to her hami* 'Irs Mr and Mrl .^ in fort -C6dgi BatUMay? wH, Mr Dimler attended favhiet for insurance fepreaentativeSi. ! Janet: Henry of Spent, th? , weekend grandparents Mr and'Mrs A; Eggleston. Her parents' and Mrs. Arthur Henry canl6"fgrr Suhday 1 dinner at the paremal home atid took Janet home; 1 ;:- v . Mrs Mabel Thompsoh/^h;8arif|* turned from her striy in th¥ Hdnif: of her daughter and fahlily , Mr ?and Mrs Nicholas Wolfr 1ft fort Dodge. ;." -"';' f '\ v /*" Mr and Mrs J. t). Riley, and two daughters of Dakota City, their guest Gerald Riley of CS'ati Francisco, Calif., visited Tuesday evening in the Mr arid Mrs Jatnes; Doak home. • >?.Mr and Mrs Thomas MdSfeUtjr of Foil Dodge became the parents of their first child', a daughter born Oct. 4, at Mercy , hospital, Fort Dodge. She has been- named I Kathleen. Marie, ' Mrs Mc^eilly. is the former Denisc Carroll. The baby is the. first grandchild • fori Mr and Mrs Dennis .Carroll of LuVerne. . ''• '<•••••• ' ;<; The Junior Class of the Lit-; Verne school is busy getting their class play, "Almost Summer 1 ';ready for presentation, under the direction of Mrs Joe Ricknruuir There are -16 members in the clasS. The 'date is tenativeiy set for Nov. 2. . ^ .'•-,'. Recent Visitors in the. Mrs Mi Thompson home were her sons and families, Mr and Mrs Law^ rence Thompson of Marathon, Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson of Bfitt. Mrs Earl Thompson, daughters Jeanette and Jennifer have 'just returned from England where she spent the Summer months? visiting her parents and family. LEDGERS, LEDGER SHEETS, columnar books nnd pads, gen-; eral bookkeeping supplies. Many forms carried in stock, and quick' service on those w« may not nave. Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building, Algona, la. Ko«uthHas48 *•?)•, '••&'•-'••j"?.Z'v?JL-b-&1i..'~; '<':; " -..,' '.'. .....' . the Urii^rMtfc, of Iowa this according to ; ' Regis'trir . Ted Mc' '' ' •• ' „. .,... .... . .. . Enrbllmeht figures^ released last \Vet5k showed 8jii94;sliidehtS fegis^ tetedJtt /the ten colleges of the, .university. :: : <.^ :: y. •'•< .-.-"-," ..";. . Kossutfi stuctents at the Univer- sivy We;, Ratriptta Meyet ( Bdb Christlinsert, : :-Jja c k Ciapsaddte, Dbhald; :Gookj ; Carole ' Finn, . • Jini FrasefjV Virginia Fristedt, Karen Hellefj: Beyefly Helmers, Gene Hd6hk,-Ted Hutchison, Jim Kel^ ley, Phil -Kohlhaas, Jr., Madonna and Terry McGuirey Judy Murtagh. Cliff Skogstirom, Mike, Harold Teeter. Cal Tschetter, and' Larry, Wolcptt, all of Aliona; ',.••• '• ;,••'•,..: •• v '. .' . /•/ Elna, Larsen, Armstrong, Virginia Bradley, Patrick Uai-ry, James Kennedy, William McNertney, Pat Mulligan, Gen6 arid John Saunders, ana James ? Welp; all of Bancroft; James Gaf man and Betty Mitchell, Buit; ; Eugene Kadig and Lynn Ruske, Fenton; Sidney Skaar, Ledyard; Robert Chapman, LuVerne; Donald Anderson, Lenier R. Eriiersori, Donris. Hacker,.. Henry 'Hammer, ahd^ John Lundquist, all of Swea City.' Margaret Liljedahl; H e r b e r.t Tjaden and Mary Truesdeli,.. Ti- torika; ' Marle'ne Bauer and Caro* Hansen, Wesley;, and Eleanor Fleming and Dean r/Ieine, Whittemore. Union, Alethecms . The Unoin Aletheans met at the Bonnie and Virginia Baker home. Twelve members, a leader and a visitor were .present. Plans for family night which will be held OcC26 were discussed. Officers meeting will be held Nov 16 at the home of Grace. McKim. ; The San Francisco fire of 1906 was caused my breaking of gas mains following the earthquake. William Randolph Hearst was , a member of Congress from 1903 UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends to 1907. . . ., Meters Yiel '02j Here Files $ 189 V' ar'e AlgQna's parking meters doing? ,:•;.. u i. . ,^.... , Figures compiled by City, Clerk ivy Scuffham last weekend show that in thtee,'weeks the meters have brought" in -a! total of $S21.B9. Of this total, of course, the city keeps half, and the other half gods to the Partop-Meter.Co.. in paymentfor trie meters. ••;•'. Over 800 tickets have been issued to overtime parking violators,, and almost all have paid their fines, bringing another $189.60 intd the vault. With very few exceptions, the violators have paid within the 24 hour period, •therefore getting by for just a quarter. Money paid to the city. In iines is not split w,ith the meter company, it goes into the same fund that all fines are put into. 'Weekly totals since installation and operation began: . . ' Meters Fines Sept. "27 .—'—4213.00 $56.00 Oct. 1 - 185.17 51.75 Oct. 8 ---- 329.03 36.50 ;0ct. 13'- i..J,_ 194.69 46:35' . Money made from the meters should eventually be used for improvements and other city street and. parking problems as required by the meter ordinance. '. Bancroft News Mrs HSlma Erickson, her daughter Mrs Elmer Franks, Swea City, were calling on friends here Monday. Mrs Erickson recently had tjie misfortune of getting her hand in the wringer breaking her finger and badly bruising her hand. Arliss x Dorr, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr, was unable to attend school for several days suffering from rheumatic fever. She is in the second grade at St. John's;, Mrs C. C. Inman left Sunday evening 1 for Dyersville where she attended a meeting, r ' Mr and Mrs Thos. Lensing came Friday evening for a visit Mrs Lensing .Will spend a week at the Richard Menke and Al Le Mr and MM Wchird Men^nd daughters entertained at dlftner Sunday Mr and Mrs Art Menke and family arid Mr and Mrs Clarence McGuire arid Pat. .. ^ Relatives and friends .attending the Fox-Campbelljwedding iri Algona Saturday morning werq Mr and Mrs Joseph Fox,-Jim Fox, the A. J. Renger family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur FoX and family, Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman and Donna, the Richard Menke family Mrs Alice Barslou, Alfred Barslou and Mr and Mrs Bob Barslou and sons. , Here On Visit Darrell Coover, former news editor of the Upper Des Moines was a visitor here last Wednesday '<,•>« • tira : He nlf' Pilau is a rice dishy;8te metlt an' ' THERil REASON .. . . . More and Mer0 pblk* Evsry W6«k Are SbbscrSbjAg To »'•;. . ;•• •" • i •' • - \* ' ' The Algona Upper Des «. It's Kossuth Couhty's Favorite Newspaper Vote For BILL HELLER Present Auto Clerk Republican Candidate for Kossuth County RECORDER / Your vote and support will be appreciated at KOSSUTH MOTOR CO, Ypgr Friendly Chevrolet Dealer ALGONA File Folders . Index Guides Folder Labels Hanging Folders Card Guides Index Cards Aico Index Tabs Remington - Victor Filing System Shaw - Walker Filing System Discuss Your Needs With Us Now) Upper Des Moines OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Phone 110Q Algona Just 3 More Days SAVE in the S&L 33rd YEAR SAVINGS Take Your Choice . . . ZSPCOATS With Fiberglas or 100% Wool Warriiers OR FLEECES By Chatham Milium Lined \ INCREDIBLY LOW PRICED I WASHABLE PINPOINT GOTTQN CHENILLE M! Bed Siw Approx, 94x105! Also Twin SUe 44 Y«wHI lave the beautiful new overlay design, the w.ft iwxwriey; feel, ths long bouillon fringe, oj^cj Sfpffloily th9 (ufSt9U( ttlM* ! shor^ treuse, wine, rose, mmt green, cherry red, yellow, blue and lavender. Also white. CHECK THESE VALUES! BOYS' . Double Knee Jeans Heavy 8 oz. Denim Sizes4to x 12 ____. .1.67 LADIES' ORLON OR Wool Bolero Sweaters White, Navy, Red. Sizes S-M-L 2.98 LADIES' Daytime Cottons 4.00 Gay Plaids and Checks. Reg. 5.95 Fall Skirts Flannels, Tweeds, Orlons Sizes 22.30 r — 3.95 GIRLS' Corduroy Slacks Plain, Checks, Piaids Also Cord A "Crazy" Pants. Sizes 7-14 ___ £• BOYS' s Cord Shirts of fine Pinwhole Card Sizes 8-18 Men's Sizes 2.47 3.33 MEN'S Fur Collar Jackets 9. Broken sizes left. Tremendous at only _. $35 VALUES MEN'S 100% WOOL ZIP COATS 3-SEASON COATS $ 30 MEN'S Suede Jackets Brown, Charcoal, Red, Beige, Navy. Sizej 36-46 ._ 16.87 MEN'S SANFORIZED Suede Flannel Shirts Sizes Sm,, Med., Lge. 1.83 Sweat Shirts Cotton Knit - Fleece Lined. Sizes 36-46 FAMOUS "MIRAFOAM" Latex Pillows , D Health. Perfect Q ua)it y LADIES' Saddle Shoes Black and White with side zipper. Sizes to 9 __ HUNDREDS MORE NOT LISTED! 4.33

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