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Circles *to Meet Circles of the Methodist WSCS r e?t * Thursd ay afternoon, 1 as .follows: Jan., Mrs Jake Maasdam; Feb., Mrs Frank Sterling; Mar,, Mrs F. Sawyer; April, Srmhf Mucfke yi, M ?y, Mrs R! Williams; Sept., Evelyn Cady; Nov.; Mrs- Otto Schmidt; Dec. Mrs Henry Johannsen. Circles of the Congregational AVwnon's Fellowship will meet as follows: Circle 1, Tuesday, even- ihg, Oct. 19, at'Mrs ft! Fabrizio's; Circle 2, with Mrs Wilbur Zeigler Thursday, Oct. 21 for a 1:15 dessert lunch; Circle 3, :with Mrs Bert Palmer, Thursday, Oct. 21. fqr a 1:15 dessert lunch. Riverdale Club Ladies of the Riverdale Friendly Club held their regular monthly meeting Oct. 6 at the home of Arlene Simon with Elizabeth Grill assisting hostess'. Fourteen members and 11 guests were! present. Alice Steele and Doroth} Boldridge had charge of the program. Following tne meeting a covered dish luncheon was served. The next meeting will "be Nov. 3 at the home of Jean Metzen with Mary Faber assisting. 80th Birthday "", < , Mr and Mrs Perry Collins were - at Menlo Sunday, Oct. 7 to attend the open house-given at the home of Mrs Edith Fritz, mother of Mrs Collins, in honor of her eightieth birthday., All the children and their husbands and wives wers in attendance and many friends called on the honoree. Pledge Dinner \. ' ' Beta Sigma Phi sorority entertained six rushoes at 6:30 dmnei Tuesday evening, Oct. 14, pt Van's Cafe. Games furnished the evening's entertainment, prizes being awarded to Joanne Dahl and Mrs Roberta Witwicki. The Model Meeting will be held Oct. 19 in the Alano clubrooms. Sailor On Leave '' ^Radioman Third Class Roger Will, son of Mr and Mrs Julius Will who farm northwest of Algona, arrived home Saturday evening, Oct. 16, on a fifteen day leave. He is on active sea duty aboard the destroyer S. S. Power, based out of Newport,' Rhode Island. Pugh-Nielsen Nuptials Pictured above is the former Judy Pugh, daughter of Mrs Lyle Pugh of Chicago, who became the bride of Dai-yl Nielsen, son of Mr and'jMrs Andrew Nielsen of Lu- Verrie, on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 9. Rev, Will performed the double-ring ceremony at 4:30 p.m. in the Country Church Of The City in Chicago. Given in marriage by her grandfather, J. E. MqEnvoe of-Algona, ^the bride was attired in a white'ballerina-length gown, and she earned an arm bouquet of white roses and lilies-of-the-valley. Her fingertip veil fell from a small white pillbox hat. She was attended by Maxine Goetsch of Des Moines. Robert .Nielsen of LuVerne served as best man, and the ushers were Richard Gronbach and Arley Goetsch, also of-Lu Verne. COMPARE OUR JACKET PRICES OUR J^CKEFSELECTIONS That's Why We're Selling Lot] of Jacket! * Here Are Some Reasons Why They Call Us the "JACKET STORE" MEN'S TANKER JACKETS Full zipper front, slash pockets, wool knit collar and cuffs, 10Q% wool quilt lining. 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Campbell of Humboldt, in a double-ring Ceremony performed Saturday morning, Oct. 16, in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona;. Msgr. P. P. Gearen was celebrant of the nuptial mass, /i en Kev. Grady of Humboldt in the sanctuary. Altar boys were Joe Bradley, Jr.. and Dirk Hanson* . Sister Mary Matthew presided at the-organ, accompanying .he soloist, Edward Gallagher oi Waterloo. ' , ' . The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a floor- length gown of nylnn net and lace over white satin with a brush •rain, and cafiried a white prayer book with a-spray of pink rose'- buds. Her fingertip veil fell from a bandeau of lace, and she wore a pearl necklace and earringsv She was attended by her sister,, Ruth Fox, as maid of honor,, and Vera Semon served as bridesmaid.. The attendants wore identical ballerina-length-gowns "of coral and ruby, with matching headpieces and silver accessories, and carried arm bouquets in . the bride's colors'. .'••-' John Campbell,' Jr. of Humboldt attended his brother as best man, and Don Dockry of Green Bay, Wis., was groomsman. Ushers were Walter 'Renger of Swea City and Jim Volbc-rding of Rapid City, So. Dak. A wedding breakfast for 140 guests was served at the Algona Country Club. The guest • book was kept by Mrs Gene. Zender, and Joanne Dahl presided at the punch bowl. Helen Renger oi Swea City had charge of the wedding gifts, and Mrs.Gene McMahon provided organ background music. Following the breakfast, the young couple left on-a ten-day wedding trip through the southern states, after which they win be at home at 1800 Watrous Avel, Apt. 43-A Wakonda Village, Des Moines, Iowa. Mary Alice is a graduate of St. Cecelia's academy, and has been employed as deputy in the office of Alma Pearson, clerk of tne district court. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Keith is a graduate of Humboldt high school, and of St. Ambrose College at Dubuque, and attended Georgetown University at Washington, D. C. He Is a bank examiner for F.D.I.C. of Des Moines Card Club Hostess , ' ,., . Mrs Robert Richardson' entertained:- the.,,members of,.her c4?4, club 1 last w'gfek .Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs Melvin Bay'.and James Gurwell. P>esbytefiafl WortleH . ' .Women of the' Presbyteffah churcn will meet 'i'hursday alter- noon at 1:16 for the Upper tloom services. Mrs B. G. Holgomb will be in charge, devotions will be given By, Mrs A. M. Letfikee 'ana music by Ann Clark, The'-lesson theme is "What I Should Know About My Church" by the Rev. M. H. Bfb'wer. A desser J luncheon WilJ be served at it3(i o'clock, ' Birthday Party, • ~ v Mrs John BuscHer gaVe a party Saturday for her son Dennis in honor of his eighth birthday. Guests were David and Larry Bode, Merlin Eischeid, Kentoi? immerlall, Don McBrideJ .Ricky Slobe and the honoree's brother Dean. They attended a sho\V and went to the Johnson .House 1'df lunch. 1 Housewarming Party Mrs Floyd Gerber was given a surprise housewarming Monday afternoon by a group of friends Mrs Stewart Albright, Mrs M. H. Brower, Mrs Willis Cojweli, Mrs O. B. Harmes, Mrs.Leoh Martin, Mrs James Potter, Mrs Paul, McNeill, Mrs Joseph ' Skow, Mrs Robert J. Stephenson and Mrs, Wilbur Reinders. - 14th Anniversary ' » Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith entertained their, Sons and families last Wednesday night in observance of the 44th wedding anniversary of the senior Smiths. A din- ,ner at the Johnson Mouse ^ was followed by canasta. Those in attendance ware Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith, Linda, Mike and Bob, and Mr and Mrs Don Smith, Jr. and Danny. Plan Family Reunion Mrs John Hayes is going to Keota Thursday to visit her mother Mrs E. L. Kirkpatrick and assist her in the preparation^ for a family reunion and dinner Sunday, Oct. 24, in observance of the eightieth birthday of Mrs JTitzpatrick. Twenty guests will be present and Mr Hayes will join his wife there for the weekend. • •• Ex-Qusiodian Visits , Mr and Mrs Don Blasky, former custodians at the 'Ambrose Call State park and now located at Walnut Grove State park, Des Moines, were guests Thursday of Mrs Max Mesing and Wallace. They were enroute to near Fargo, N. D., to visit Mr Blasky's par- en/s. Other guests at dinner were Mr and Mrs Clark Orton and son Webster. Family Dinner Party Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer, Geo. Palmer, Mr and Mrs Donald Palmer, Mrs Bessie, Palmer of Gilmore City;. Mr and. Mrs Alvin Nuering of Rockw,ell arid the respective families spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr and "Mrs Gale Hakes for a family dinner.; P.E.O. Society ','; The P. E. O. society': rn,embers will' theet" Wednesday i 'ev6rd'rig; Oct. 20 at 7.o'clock for dessert at Mrs. Rpscoe Mawdsley's. , Group four will serve the refreshments- At FOWLERS Look what ^^ * mrorm (. has dreamed up now! amazing new prelude Ihe bra with the miraculous contour-band At last, a bra with a contour-band... Maiilenform's new design discovery that actually curves up between the cups, separating uud lifting you with amazing ease. New contour.- band Prelude* gives you beautiful, natural separation with perfect comfort. So dainty toAvear, in flower-fresh while embroidered broadcloth. A, B, and C cupa 2.00 ^tuesctoy, October 19, 1954 Algono (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 Gone—But Not Forgotten The mystery of the missing cuis of the Ezra Benson ( visit io Kossuth couniy siill remains a partial mystery. The cuis had noi arrived as of Monday noon, Ocl. 18. The cuis, seven in all, were mailed to the Upper Des Moines from LaCrosse, Wis., at 5 p. m. on Oct., 9, a Saturday. They should easily have reached Algona by Monday morning, Oct. 11. >• " . In'the meantime, the pictures from which the cuts were made arrived Monday, Oct. 18, in a'special envelope from the Chicago, 111., postoffice, with the notaiidn ^damaged in handling in the postal service," The pictures were still damp, and for all we know the cuts may be swimming around somewhere in Chicago, where a flood hit the Union station that weekend. We can only hope that someone, somewhere, points out to the postal dispatcher who threw this "special handling" parcel into a mail sack that it is a lot quicker to send mail from LaCrosse, Wis., via either St. Paul and Mason City, or '" south to Prairie DuChien, than it is to send it a useless 200 miles east into Chicago from LaCrosse. . • Mariners' Club The Mariners' Club of the Presbyterian club met Sunday evening for a pot-luck supper in the recreation room at the Joseph Skow home., Mrs Fedelia Kiilsholm gave a book 'review and movies of the centennial parade were shbwn. ; * Youth Group .Party The Youth Group-of the Presbyterian church met Wednesday after school at the church. Mrs Wilbur Reinders wao chairman of the committee serving the supper. • Baptist Pot Luck Women of the First Baptist church will mee^ for an all day session Thursday, Oct. 21 and a pot luck lunch will be serVed at noon. Boxes of clothing and necessities are being pricked, for the Philippines. Farewell Dinner Mr and Mrs Harley E. Hansen entertained members of the family and friends at a farewell dinner Sunday for their son Duane Ray who left Monday for Des Moines to take "his physical examinations prior to nrmy'serv- ice. ! Lutheran Circles Circles of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, Oct. 21, circle 1, with Mrs Hill Norman, circle 2 with Mrs Frederickson at Burt. Mrs Vernon Jensen entertained the members of the Bel Canto club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Dell Carver gave the program on orchestration. •Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman were djnner guests Sunday of the latter's brot.her-in-law and sister Mi and Mrs Pete Looft at Armstrong. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Dick Post and family and Mrs Elizabeth Post drove to Rochester, Minn., to attend the wedding Sunday of Agnes Congei tmd Harlan Alvord in the Methodist church. The groom is t nephew of the late Hugh Post Visit With Parents Mr and Mrs Leo Boers spent •Friday at Arnolds Park with the former's parents Mr and Mrs B A. Boers and at Ruthven with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Wesley Wunn. Sherman Green V » Services Held Funeral services for Sherman A. Green, 89, who died Wednesday night in a hospital at Duluth, Minn., were hejd at McCullough's Funeral Chapel, Saturday at 2 p.m. 6 Rev. M. H. Brower, Presbyterian minister, officiated at the services, and burial followed in the Irvington cemetery. Mr Green was born in Algona. April 23, 1865, but had aived in, Minnesota 'during much of his life. He had lived for the past 3C years with his daughter Lillian, at Duluth. His wife. Emma, died in August 1929, and is also buried at Irvington. A son also preceded him in death. Survivors include five children, including Mrs Harry Stienhagen (Lillian), Duluth; Mrs William Baggs (Martha), Yankton, So. Dak.; Mrs Harry Severson (Mae), North Bend, Neb.; Mrs Ed Grabar (Leota), LaCrosse, Wis.; and Harlie, Citrus Heights, Cal. A sister, Mrs Alice Duryea, Lu- Verne, 20 grandchildren, and 25 great grandchildren also survive. VOTE FOR E.M. (Steve) HUBER FOR County Treasurer REPUBLICAN TICKET Veteran of World Wars I and II Resident of Kossuth County 40 Years City Assessor for Algona 2 Years Deputy County Assessor 3 Years ASSURANCE OF COURTEOUS AND ECONOMICAL SERVICE Your vote & support will be appreciated Read The Want Ads-It Pays! You Have The CORN; We Have The PICKERS Bradley Bros. All Leading Makes and Types Bradley Bros. 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