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6-Algeria (lo.) Upper Dss Maine* Tuesday, December 14, 1954 Mrs Jerry Lewis is at Rochester, Minn., having a check-up at the Mayo clinic. Rickie, son of Mr and Mrs Dick Post has been, sick With tonsilitis but is now-improved. 'Mr and Mrs Richard Cook and the former'^ mother, Mrs Nellie Cook drove to Mason. City Sunday .to see Mr and Mrs Russell Cbok. Dr. Charles Creizmeyer is coming Friday from Philadelphia, Pa., for a visit with his parents Dr and Mrs C. H. Cretzmeyer and sister Jane. Mrs Harold Smith was visited Thursday by her mother, Mrs Edna Richter, of Titonka and her ceusin, Mrs Albert Metzger of Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Dallas Foster, of Fort Dodge. Mrs Foster remained here for a few days longer visit. Nancy and Joanne Hutchison are expected this week from Tuscon, Ariz., to spend the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg returned Saturday from Chicago, 111., where the former transacted business. They made the trip via plane from Mason City. Mr 'and Mrs William Geering plan to spend the holidays at Cleafwater, Kan., with their son- in-law and daughter the Rev and Mrs Robert Black and children. Mr and Mrs Don Nichols are moving to Ames in a short time. Mr. Nichols has been employed in the fruit and vegetables department at the Fareway store. Mr and Mrs C. L. Bailey left Dec. 15 for Clayton, -New Mex., where they will spend a few weeks with their son-in-law ana daughter Mr and Mrs Ward Graham. ' Paul Black has returned from Clearwater, Kan., where he has been since before Thanksgiving and daughter-in- ahd Mrs Robert with his son law the Rev Black. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason were visited over the weekend by the former's sister and • niece, 'Mrs Hilda Van Zyl of New York and daughter, Emilia, who teaches at Hams'. Mrs Clark Orion left Monday for Iowa City to be with her aunt, Mrs Maude Blake who was taken there a week ago via ambulance. She is seriously sick with dermatitis and complications. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Perry Collins drove to Cedar Falls Sunday to hear <* by Mr and Mrs Vevnon Storm. Mr and Mrs Harlan Haas are moving to the Strayer farm, the changes to "be made about the first of February, Mrs W. A. Ladendorff and her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Ray LadendorfF visited W. A. Ladendorff Sunday at a Burt nursing home. He is not able to get around and is in need of nursing care. He was taken there a few weeks ago when it became impossible to care for him in the home. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent had as visitors Thursday the former's sister-in-law Mrs Jay Kent of Columbus, Miss., and her brother Jay Tubbesing of Mason City. They were enroute to Mason City from Fort Dodge where they had visited their mother Mrs Fred Tubbesing who makes her home at Friendship Haven. Word has been received of the serious sickness of Leon Bush, well known resident in the'Irv- ington area many years ago, who now makes his home at Kent, Wash., with his daughter Mrs Elsie Van Streeter. His wife, the late Nell Mullica was a sister of the late Mrs George Hackman, mother of Mrs Fred Geigel. Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mrs, Harvey Steven have received word from their sister Mrs William Comp of Winterset of the serious sickness of her husband. He has a heart ailment and recently suffered a stroke. The Muckeys and Stevens plan to go there a little later when Mr Comp is somewhat improved and driving conditions are better. Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Wiebusch, who had 'been stationed at San Antonio, Tex. Mr Wiebusch. has been discharged from service and after a few days here, went to St. Paul, Minn., where he is employed with the Minnesota Mining company. His wife will join him there a little later. Mr and Mrs Erman 'Hansen have had a recent letter from their son Herbert who is in service in, FrenchMorocco, Africa. He wrote that the Arab Independence Party had recently tried to start another "ruckus" but did not get. very far with it. Americans there are restricted to their own area and no civilian clothes ar? now permitted the service men. Six Americans were wounded in this latest out-b.urst. Herbert is attending radio code school and finds his time well filled, with Buchanan Will Open Law RUSSELL BUCHANAN, above a native or Algona, is establishing a law practice here with an office in the old First National Bank building. He has been associated with a firm of 36 attorneys in Kansas City since graduation from the law school of the University of Iowa in 1948. His family* will join him here as soon as a home can be 1 found. Mr and Mrs Buchanan are parents of two children, a girl, 3^, and a son of 10 months. Mr Buchanan is a son of the ate Glenn Buchanan, and his mo- ner and his brother, Allan, are Algona residents. During the war e served in the U.S. Navy as a unnery officer on a destroyer escort. (Photo by Brown's Studio)'. signments. Mrs Lenora Peck observed her 89th birthday Friday , and was »iven a. party by her daughter, Mrs John Foth and granddaugh- er, Mrs Homer Clark. Those in attendance were) Mr jand Mrs Chris Blinkman of Alexandria, Minn., Mrs Orlan Rutledge, Mrs Tilla McCall, Mrs Stanley Muckey and daughters Jo Ann, Nancy and Patty, Mrs William Foth and children Timmie .Mary Lee and Billie, Clark, and Gretchen Deim. Mrs Peck received many cards and gifts from many who Were unable to be present as well as from those in attendance. tend. CoUnty 4-H officers, recreation, and club committee will, be in charge of the program, Program plans,for the .day will include—get acquainted games, group singing; discussion of 4-H program, sessions on thow to be a mbre effective and efficient officer and leader, demonstration meeting,' announcement of county award winners in 1954, recreation pow-woW and refreshments. County officers, leaders and chairmen in charge of the various training groups are—presidents, Ruth Pehrson and Fred Brickson; vice .presidents, Dorothy Gade and John Helleseth; secretary and treasurers, Phyllis Kauff" man and Alan Peterson; historian and reporters, Phyllis Rustemier and Philip Tokheim; recreation, Judy Spangler and Dick Kuecker and John A. Burton; leaders, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Wayne Keith, Fred Asa, Marion Stucki and Robert Johnson. Mrs August Studer will be in charge of the music numbers. The Cresco Chums and Algona Boy's 4-H Club will take care of registration. For an afternoon of .worthwhile training, fun and inspiration, remember the date of Dec. 18. Didn't Pay Hotel Bill, 30 Days Jail Darrell Johnson, Algona, charged with defrauding a hotel keeper, was sentenced to 30'days in the Kossuth county jail by Jus-' tice of the Peace C. H. Ostwinkle, Saturday. Johnson was also sentenced to 30 days in jail on a charge of issuing a bad check. The two sentences were to run concurrently. The charge was filed on complaint of the European Hotel, where it seems Johnson owed a $17 room bill, but left, by the back way at night. Graham Store Has Xmas Party A turkey dinher witH all the trimmings featured the Graham store annual' Christmas party> h.eld at the store Tuesday evening. -Distribution - 6f employees bonus checks Wds made at the dinner by Brail Wright, store manager, and an exchange "of gifts took place. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Brail Wright, Rose-and Christine Arend, Don Glaser, Mr and Mrs Ray Haugeh, Sally and Josephine Eisenbarth.Mr and Mrs Art Schweppe, Mr and Mrs Ralph Valentine, • Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood, Mr and Mrs Ray Clegg, Mr and Mrs Cec McGinnis, Mr and Mrs Bob McConnell, and ^Tr and Mrs Hank Furst. Mrs Furst showed movies of the Rose Bowl during the evening. LuVerne Pupils Get Immunization LuVerne—The second of the series of the immunization program of the children of the Lu- Verne school Was held Wednesday, Dec. 8. The first in the series of in- noculations was held, Nov. 9, at which time 190. were treated by Dr ; Jack Harris and county public health nurse hearing proof, of Same at the 1 Court House iri Atec-tia, Iowa, be;-: fore the District .Court Of said County, or, the Clerk - of, said Court; and at teh o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons .interested are hereby, notified aad required to appear, and show cause, if any they have) be ferobated and,allowed as ahd for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at , Algona, Iowa, De* cenibef 13, 1064, Alma Clerk of -; District Court i H, W. Miller, Attorney," - A1( Oii°ef Decs, 14,1964,1* the Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines). why said instrument should -not HOSPITALS NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 6837 November Terms, 1954 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- ED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last ffill and Testament of Mathias Saumgartner, Deceased, dated November 28, 1931, and codicil at- ached thereto dated April 5, 1951, laving been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 28th day of December, 1954, is fixed for the "Messiah". The son Floyd Hutzell and daughter Carol Collins are students at the college. Mr and Mrs James Kelso entertained at dinner last week Sunday and had as guests Mr and Mrs James Kelly and Kathleen, Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan and Mr and Mrs Francis Fitzgerald. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier spent last week Sunday at Ventura with their son and daughter- in-law Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier. Enroute home they stopped near Britt to see Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen. Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack are driving to Mason City Saturday to meet their son, Fred, who is coming from Boston, Mass., where he is a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre are to spend a few days at Iowa City this week while Mr LaBarre has u routine check-up following recent surgery for removal of a cataract. lie is making very good recovery. Mrs Clara Sankey left Saturday for Sacramento, Calif., to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs Ray Rasmussen, and family. Mrs Rasmussen is the former Doris Sankey. Mrs Sankey went by train. Mr and Mrs Carol Willreli are nt Walerlown, Wis., visiting the Jailor's parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Goetst-h. During their absence the children Judy and Sharon are staying with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrett had Mr and Mrs Richard Gross of Lone Rock as dinner guests Sunday. Jennie Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gross is a patient at St. Ann hospital and is recovering nicely from spinal mengitis. Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray left for Glendale, Calif., i^-veral days ago and enroute sUjpped at Phoenix, Ariz., for a visit of a week witli Mr and Mrs Ralph Hot'er of Clear Lake, who are spending the winter in Arizona. Mr and Mrs C. H. Clement drove to Mediapolis a week ago and Mrs Clement remained with ' her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Grant Gerling to whom a daughter was recently burn. Mrs Gerling is the former Ruth Ann Clement. Mr and Mrs Chris Blinkman are here from Alexandria, Minn., and have their trailer-house at the Hillcrest court. They are visiting Mrs Lenora Peck, mother of M Blinkman and Mrs Bchnke, moth er of Mrs Blinkman who is a the Roberts Nursing home. Mr and Mrs E. Hagg and Lenore and Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg Franklyn and Alvin drove t Cedar Falls Sunday to hear th "Messiah". They also visitei Dorothy, daughter of Mr and Mr Ed Hagg who is a freshman a the Iowa State Teachers college Mr and Mrs Keith Strayer hav purchased the Stanley McDonak house on south Harlan stree street which hud been occupier. Officer 'School 7 , 4-H, Saturday The Kossuth County 4-H officer training school will be held Saturday, Dec. 18 at the Algona High School Annex starting at 1:30 p.m. Club members receiving awards for outstanding 4-H work in 1954 will be announced at the training school. All local girls and boys. 4-H _ ) ...,. club officers, recreation chairmen classes, lectures And service as- and leaders are encouraged to at- 'Defc. 7—Mrs Agnes Miller, Algona, surgery; Jeanette Gross, Lone Rock, medical; Ernest Meyer, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs Dort Sherman, Algona, girl, 6 Ib. 9% oz. Dec. 8 — Mrs Charles Elmore, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 5 oz. Dec. 9—Warren White, Algona, tonsillectomy; Douglas Steintl, Minneapolis, medical. Dec. 10—Esther Hodgson, Burt, medical; Joyce Gifford, Bancroft, medical; Marcella Madsen, Burt, accident. Dec. 11—Mrs Marvin Kollasch, Rodman, boy; Jan Gardner, Lone Rock, accident. Dec. 12—-Mrs Alice E. Platt, Algona, maternity; Mrs . Wilbur J. Daley, Corwith, maternity; Craig Giddings, Burt, medical; Mrs Kate Annis, Algona, accident; Mrs-Carrie Bourne, Algona, accident. ; V Dec. 13—Mrs Clarence Thostenson, Belgrade, Minn., medical; Mfs George Merron; .Bancroft, maternity; -Franklin Rasmussen Wesley, medical. ohcs in h|er life Every Woman Should ' Have A Christmas! A Lifetime Gift - To Be Enjoyed Every Day In the Year! SINGER Has Them All! e STRAIGHT-NEEDLE - The*Most Used Machinei In The World e SWING-NEEDLE - Zig-Zag) the Finest of Its Type , e SLANT-NEEDLE - The Amazing and Most Revolutionary Sewing Machine in the World. A SINGER STYLE TO MEET YOUR TASTE— • • Portables • Tables • Consoles • Desks LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE EASY MONTHLY TERMS Singer Sewing Center Across From Legion Hall — Algona aftjn«te^'^^^ l ^»&'^ 1 ^'^ Stands on Hit OWM Two Feet 24-INCH 'HONEY BEAR SO49 \ 3 Soft, stuffed body and velvety rayon coal. Large rolling •yet. "Hon«y" paws and trim. 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