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November 23, 1954

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8-AfflMifl (la.) Upp«r Ddi Molnw Tuesday, November 23, 1954 bulldog's Zip Pleases King ".We're looking better" was the last-minute report by Coach Bob King on the eve. of the Algona Bulldogs' visit to Clarion tonight (Tuesday). •• . The team looked the best it has since drills Started two weeks ago in a spirited scrimmage Mon* day afternoon. :The rebounding still didn't look tip-top, but some of the other rough spots seem to be smoothing themselves out with practice. Shooing has improved, and ball-handling apparently is starting to come, but still looks like early season fum- , blitis will have to be conquered io make a contender oul of the Bulldogs during ihe conference season. Jim Galbraith and Don Cook are the 2 men who have impressed King the most so far, and a pair of juniors, Bob Harms and Lirjn Nelson, have shown no fear of advancing to the varsity squad. Besides Galbraith and Cook, Nidas Dermand, Doug Meyer, Pete Lahgmack and Larry Christcnsen will probably see most of the action tonight. Rod Kickbush, another junior, larger than Harms and Nelson, is certain to get into the fray. His rebounding has been on the upswing, and the team probably will need plenty of that valuable asset to get anywhere. "Installing this new offense has hurt our rebounding", stated King, "we've had to spend most of our time learning how to score, and we don't know yet how to get proper position to snag those rebounds." Disappointing so far has been the inability of,most of the men to go after loose balls, a characteristic that must become a part of the game, or the other team gains a terrific advantage. King hopes that as soon as a little game experience is gained, this item will come naturally. It looks like a very interesting season is in store for local fans, with several good teams in the conference ready to give the Bulldogs all they want in the way of a battle, and maybe a little bit more. Mrs C. L. Livingston and Mrs E. L. Hagg spent Monday at Fort Dodge with friends. Robert Munger went to Omaha. Neb., Thursday to attend the showing of new Mercury cars Tommy, ten-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson is home from school .jvith mumps. Mr and Mrs George Balluff are parents of a son born Friday night at St. Ann - hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith were visited several days last week by the latter's mother Mrs Edna Richter of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger had Mr and Mrs Al Giddings ot Humboldt as dinner guests Saturday evening. i Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson had' Mr and Mrs Franz Peter of Burt as dinner guests Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson will be Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Larson at Burt. Antoinette Dorweiler 'who for several years was housekeeper at the late Joe Harig's has a position now with a family near Ruthven. Mrs Ed Abbas spent Friday at Whittemore with Mrs Norman Schultz and also visited Mrs John Slevin at Irvihgton. Mr and Mrs C. J. McEvoy and Josie McEvoy were guests of Msgr. E. L. McEvoy of Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben and family will be guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr and Mrs Louis Price at Lakota. Mr and Mrs O. B. Kinden are going to Ventura Thanksgiving to be with the former's parents Mr and Mrs J. B. Kinden. Mr and Mrs E. W. Adams were Wednesday by the latter's sister Mrs Frank Stratton of Mason City. Mrs R. K. Johnson entered Ft. Dodge Lutheran hospital Monday for surgery. She has been troubled with a gall bladder ailment. Mrs Everett Anderson, Mrs Holman Anderson, Mrs Loreen Brown, and Mrs William Finn spent Wednesday at Mason City witn friends. Mr and Mrs Don Weise will have the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs W. E. McGrew and Susan of Guttenberg as guests Thanksgiving. Ivus Henry Becker was hostess to the members of her bridge club last week Prizes were Friday woni by afternoon. Mrs John Dutton and Mrs E. B. Carlson. Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman are going to Nevada Thursday for Thanksgiving dinner with the former's parents Mr and Mrs Z Stillman. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey are to spend Thanksgiving and the weekend at Sioux City with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs C. N. Aalfs. Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer had the latter's mother and nephew Mrs Ray Bell and Leroy Turner of Bradgate as guests Saturday afternoon and for dinner Mr and Mrs Wilbur Courtney and children are expected here for Thanksgiving with .the former's parents Mr and Mrs Waltei Courtney. Mr and Mrs Bob Harrington and children of Des Moines art expected here for Thanksgiving with Mrs Harrington's parents Mr and Mrs George Kohl. Mr and Mrs Merrill Mueller were dinner guests a week ago Sunday of Mrs Mueller's parents Mr and Mrs Marvin Rochleau a 1 Welcome, Minn. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman had as guests one day last week Mr and Mrs Erwin Gremmels of Fenton and George Martin ol Streator, 111. Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait of Humboldt are parents of a daughter born Nov. 16. Mrs Cnris Wallukait, paternal grandmother is at Humboldt assisting in the household. Mr and Mrs Games Ackerman and daughters Judy and Arlys spent Sunday at Rochester, Minn., with Games parents Mr and Mrs son. Early Mailing For Christmas Postmaster W. W. Sullivan today announced a three-point program designed to insure delivery of all Christmas cards and gift packages by Dec. 25. Sullivan urged business firms to mail their regular correspondence before 4:00 pm.. throughout Point 2, requires the public's cooperation. Begin by checking your Christmas card list i this week. Each address should include full 'name, street and number, city, zone and state. After this, visit the Post Office to order the stamps you'll need. Lay in a supply of heavy wrapping paper and strong cord as well. Then there will still be a week left for leisurely Christmas shopping—one New Year's resolution you can keep! All packages should be mailed by Dec. 5. Snnis Ackerman who are leaving 'or California for the winter. Mr and Mrs David Merryman came from Ames last weekend md visited his parents Mr and Vtrs J. I. Merryman and other relatives. He is attending Iowa State college. Mrs Cleve Barton spent Monlay and overnight last week with ler brother-inrlaw and sister Mr and Mrs J. R. Cook, at Webb. Mr and Mrs Bartpn plan to be their uests Thanksgiving day. Mr and Mrs William Anken- jauer wjll have as dinner guests Thanksgiving their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Don Wolfe and little daughter of Pocahontas. Mr and Mrs J. J. Atherton and sons Jeffrey and Brian are to spend Thanksgiving at Peterson with Mrs Atherton's brother in- law and sister Mr and Mrs William Althoff. Mf and Mrs Nels Isaacson, Mr and Mrs Ward Allen and Mr and Mrs "Bud" Anderson are going to Spencer Wednesday to hear the Fred Waring orchestra and choral group. Mr and Mrs Allen Hidlebaugh plan to spend Thanksgiving at Gutherie Center with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Willard Foresman and with Mr and Mrs Clarence Hidlebaugh, parents oi Allen, at Bagley. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster arc having Mr and Mrs L. C. Hanson and the son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartlett and children Barbara, Bill and Bret as dinner guests Thursday. Mrs Clara Van Sieenberg, Mrs Lottie Graham and Mrs Lottie Isenberger of Burt joined Mrs Harriet Ryther here Friday and all spent the day at Humbold* with Mrs Walter Klamp, former resident here. Ricky Klein, three-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein was taken to St. Ann hospital Thursday and placed in an oxygen tent. He has bronphitis but is no\y much improved. Dorothy Hagg came from Cedar Falls Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her parents Mr and Mrs Eel Hagg She is a freshman at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Marilyn Lowman is coming from Cedar Falls, Wednesday and wil spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her parents Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. She is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college. Mr and Mrs Darrell McNerney spent Sunday at Nevada, with Mrs McNerney's parents Mr and Mrs Elmer Meyers. They plan to be with Mr McNerney's parents Mr and Mrs John McNerney at Storm Lake Thanksgiving day. Mr and Mrs Don Jorg'enson will have as guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs F. C. Fauerby and daughters Christine and Jane ol Ames, Mrs Clara Fauerby of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Delbert El oert of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Fred Will are hav- ng Thanksgiving guests, mem- jfcrs of the family, Mr and Mrs ^yle Martin of Kansas City, Mo,, Vlr and Mrs Marvin Wallburg of Little Rock, Ark., and Mr and Mrs Wallace Will of Minneapolis. Minn. Mr and Mrs James Will, Mr md Mrs E. W. Adams, Mr and Mrs Walter Will and Mr and Mrs Glen Johnson of Sibley will be dinner guests Thanksgiving of Mr and Mrs Frank Stratton at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Richard Schmidi will have as dinner guest. 1 . Thanksgiving day the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Wesley Schmidt of Albert Lea, Minn., and Mrs Ruth Schmidt of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Nels Isaacson and daughter, Roberta, plan to spend Thanksgiving evening at Foi Dodge with the respective parents, Mr and Mrs C. F. Isaacson St. Cecelia Pupils In Radio Talks Three St. Cecelia Academy students will broadcast 'over Radio Station KSMN, Algona, on Nov. 24 at 10:30 a.m. These students are participating in the 21st annual high school radio speaking program sponsored jointly by the Kossuth County Tuberculosis Association and the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association. They are speaking on behalf of th,e Christmas Seal campaign, the funds of which support the educational program for tuberculosis control and study of heart disease in Kossuth county and in the whole state. Participating from St. Cecelia Academy will be David Bruch, Rochelle Johnson and James McMahon. These speakers were selected to broadcast from a group of 29 students, all of whom studied many aspects of the tuberculosis control program and the problems of heart disease. Murtagk To Head Insurance Group Eugene Murtagh, president of DrUggsts' Mutual Insurartde Co-, here, wasi elected a director 6f the National Federation of Mut* ual Fire Insurance Companies -at theft annual convention held In Chicagd last week. Vic ParsbrtS) secretary; of the company) attend* ed a similar; state convention 111 Des Mpines; also last week. >ociel Note- Two Meetings For Doan The Doan Women's Club met Wednesday, Nov.- 10, with Mrs Henry Mertz and a.box was packed with clothing for the Korean orphanage at Seoul. It' was sen* to Roger Buffingtbn who has visited there and who will attend to the delivery. The pro*gram was given by Mrs Fred Asa. Mrs Merlin Hoover gave a re-' view. The club held another meeting Wednesday evening, Nov. 17, with Mrs Tom Elefson. Mrs .H. Mertz and Mrs Ross Buffington were on the program. It was voted to send a bbx of Christmas sweets to the hospital at Cheror kee. . , Jerry LaurilZen To Wed Invitations have been received by friends of the A. E. Lauritzen family, former residents here now living at Beaver Dam, Wis., to the wedding Dec. 5 of their son, Jerry Lauritzen, to Patricia McGuire. The wedding will take place in the Wesley Foundation chapel of the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Jerry was graduated from high school here and after his term of service in the air corps entered college to .complete his studies which were interrupted by his call.' Mrs Balluff Honored Mrs George Balluff was honoree at a pink and blue shower given recently by Mrs Milton Will and Mrs Harley Will. Guests were Mrs Herman Becker, Mrs Gerald Frankl, Mrs Frances Holtzbauer, Mrs Harold " Mosher, Mrs Richard Schmidt, Mrs Geo. Vizthum, Mrs William Specht, Mrs Willard Zeigler, and Mrs J. Altman. Aitend Wedding , , . Mr BfldfMfsX3aMea'Aftkefrnl&fr' and dftugmefs Judy and Arlys and Mrsi Walter Beteher, mother of Mrs Adkerman of Rochester, Minn., Sfje'fit last weekend at Des Moines and attended the wedding of Irene Betcher to Don Zooke. • t ShbWer '. Mrs 'Jess, Lash'brook, Mrs Mil* "dred 'Puts, iMrs Bernard Bode and MaJdn'e Lashbrobk< gave <a misdellaheaus shower last Week Tuesday, evening for \ LucilW Lbesch who was niarried Sunday to Durwdod LashbrOok. Twenty- five guests enjoyed the courtesy. Hains' 45th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Glenn Hain observed their forty--fifth wedding anniversary Wednesday and Were guests that evening, of Mrs H'ain's niece and husband. Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Other relatives joined them there for the celebration. Birthday Observed . Mr and Mrs Don Asa Werg entertained Thu?sday .evening 'by Mr and Mrs Dale Heeran in observance of the birthday of Mrs Asa. . • . Bapiisi Women To Meet Women of the First Baptist met ' Thursday,- Nov. 18, in an all day session. Pot-luck lunch was served at noon. ' Enferlain Delphian Club Mrs Harriet . Rice and Mrs Luella Baker were hostesses Monday to the Delphian club members. It was guest day. Strahorns Entertain Mr and ' Mrs .Kenneth Strahorn entertained the members of their couples bridge club Sunday evening. F-B Women's Training School Mrs Swen Larson and Mrs Charles Nygaard, past and present chairman of. the Farm Bureau Women's Committee in Kossuth, recently announced Monday, Nov. 29, at the date for the 19555 township officer's training school. It will be held at the K.C.,Hall in Algona for all chairmen, vice- chairmen, publicity chairmen and ..four ,ar«fft; representatives, ffom ,Sa6M ttfvfcishlpV *Th;e itteetlttfe bei gins at 1 o'clock arid each officer is urged to be present at that time. ' / Seek Opinions On Fair Plans . ' ,' forfufure .vAn urgent appeal was made by Secretary of the. Kossuth county fair board, L. W. Nitchals, to fair patrons, in Kossuth county to aj;* tend the group's annual meeting Monday, Nov. 29 at 2 p.m. at the Farm Bu'reau meeting rooms. At a,meeting of the.fair board last week, a resolution was passed Which requested the people of the county who are interested in fairgrounds development to express their opinions as to what direction should "be taken in terms of a future program. The board has asked all those .interested in the county fair to attend the group's annual meeting Monday. Accoi'ding to Nitchals, the local fair has doubled in size in seven years, and indicated the gross had reached a whopping $29,300. Nitchals declared that this increase in.volume did not necessarily, mean that either he or the fair board were in favor, of an expanding fair program. He pointed out that the job from now on is a fact finding one and the people must themselves decide on the basis of the facts and their desires. . Nitchals also said that the board had seen the • problem developing for some years but this is the first time it has been brought before the public. Employment Office Closed Until Friday The Iowa Employment office in Algona will be. closed from Tuesday noon until Friday morning, due to the death of Gov. Beardsley. The lucky man points with pride at his superior judgment. Homemakers Meet At Plum Creek The Plum Creek .Homemakers i met Wednesday> Nov. 17, at the community room. Hdstesses were F16ren6e Kain, Fannie Albright, Betty Miller 'and Martha Drager. Members ans'wered roll call With their favorite'author, and'a-book by that author.' Helen Harrison reported on the county meeting, and give the progra'm for the coming year. The officer's training meeting will be held Nov. 29 at the Farm Bureau home, and the annual Christmas party will be held jointly with the regular Farm.Byreau meeting for December. The grotfp voted to adopt a rieedy family for Christmas.. Hazel Seely gave the lesson on block printing, and Mrs James MaUory of LuVerne showed her pictures of Italy and gave a brief talk concerning 'them.;' Most people will agree.that the last 'sparrow would be a more. Welcome bird than the first robin. fit >€> » todiA wltt look e6m£]el»ty at* uaetlv* wiih *ol1*d rsiefS tit eaftett BUf — there la no e*etul f« lueh a eondtilsn when in a remarkably ihott lime wo will malts yew mg» clean, fresh afld faeaulilu) attain ON YOWR FLOOR WITHOUT folS. RUWING YOUft HOME. Our lew pttce vMll »utpfUe you. Call today lor a be* estimate. Also Upholstery Cleaned .PHONE 726-W BAKER Multi-Cleaning SERVICE MONDAY, NOV. 29 Is The Day! * When you can - ; 'ATTEND THE BIG MEETING CALLED TO DISCUSS THE Kossuth County Fair This, the annual meeting of the Kossulh, County Agricultural Assn., of which every resident of Kossuth County is a member, will be held next Monday, Nov. 29, at 2:00 P. M. at the Farm Bureau meeting room in Algona. WHAT WILL BE THE FUTURE OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR? Bigger? Smaller? Will it move to a new site? Come and hear what others have to say on these questions — and give your own ideas.. Meeting open to all. A good attendance is expected at this crucial meeting — SO PLAN TO ATTEND! Everyone Urged To Attend! STORE FOR MENS AND BOYS GIFTS LIKE IT IF IT COMES IN A "HUB" GIFT BOX! and Mr and Mrs David Joseph- The Brands He Likes! ¥ McGregor Sportswear •K Van Heusen Shirts ¥• Superba Ntckwear •K Wembley Cravats •K Swank Jewelry ¥ Seaborth Toiletries ¥ Huber Slippers •K Pioneer Belts •K Samsonite Luggage -K Michaels-Stern Clothing •K Atpagora Coats •¥• Tom Sawyer Shirts ¥• Lee Rider Denims ¥• Sea Island Sportswear — and many others! Ifs bound to be a "Merry Christmas" for those men and boys of yours if you do their gift-selecting at the HUB! For here at this store, we specialize in the very things men and boyt want, like, and would in fact choose for themselves. Right now, too, the HUP is packed and crammed from front to rear with hundred* of the most welcome of masculine gift items . , . and we carefully and painstakingly help you in your choice of gifts for men and boysl That's why so many always say at Christmas-time: "I'm giving him something 'from the HUBI" •^WILLIAMS

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