2~Afgaim (ia.) Upper D« Moin«t Thursday, May 12, 1955 Abound Algeria Mr and Mrs Gerald frank! and family of Irvington were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Bud Robinson. The Rev. and Mrs M. M. Browet and family had as their Mother's Day guesU :the pastor's mother, Mrs Mary Brower of Geneva, la. The Algona Volunteer fire De pattmdnVare Having a picnic with their -/Wives and families this evening, (Thursday) at the fairgrounds. ,' the Men's Club of the Presbyterian church will meet for dinner Tuealay evening at 6:45. Rev. Davis, world traveler and lecturer now of Humboldt, will be guest speaker. Wava Woodward and Lee, Ell- locn and Colleen • Lflwson went to Mason City Saturday evening on the train. They visited Miss Woodward's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Floyd Woodward and attended a family, dinner. Mr Woodward brought them home Sunday evening. The June Circle, young mothers group of the Methodist church, met Monday evening at the home of Mrs W. A. Bartlett. Mrs Donald Kajewski, Mrs Kenneth Brandow ahd Mrs Maurice Graham were assisting hostesses. The program on seven women of the Bible s was given by Mrs Herb Hedlund. Mr and 'Mrs Glen Frederickson and two daughters of Des Moines visited from Thursday until Sunday of last week with Mrs Fred- crickson's parents, Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. Mr and Mrs Gary McDonald and Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles with their families joined them for a Mother's Day dinner on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles and sons have moved to their new home on Jerome street which they recently purchased from Mrs Harley Palmer. The Voyles have been living in the house next door which is now tenanted by Mr and Mrs Don C. Kalahar and little daughter who came here from Emmetsburg. Mr Kalahar is with Investors Syndicate. Alpha Psi and X: Xi chaplcrs of Beta Sigma Phi will entertain their mothers at dinner Tuesday evening at the Knights of Columbus clubrooms. The committee in charge" of arrangements consists of. Mrs Jerry Hardgrove, Mrs David Smith* Mrs Harlan Sigsbee, Mi's Milton Will, Mrs Mitch Taylor, Mrs Corwin Peer and Mrs Marvin Calhoun. Honor 25-Yetir Eastern Stars Burl — Ceremonies honoring "twenty-five year" or more members of the Eastern Star were held at the regular meeting held in the Masonic Temple, Tuesday evening, May 10. Kuby Hinckley, Worthy Matron, welcomed the 18 honored guests who were presented and awarded the 25 year certificates, from the chapter, Ijy Geneieve Graham and Mary Jean Andrews. Palma Joy Holding and Irehe Bjuslrom sang, "True Always, accompanied by the piano by Mary Jane Dugan, as the guests were escorted to the East. A short program honoring "Mother" was also given; Luther Miller read, "Tribute to Mother" and Frank Richards rendered the solo, "Mother" accompanied by Lorraine Campney. At the close of the meeting the guests were escorted to the dining room where refreshments were served at beautifully decorated tables. ? The 25 year members present were Nelle Dremmel, Lois Trunk- hill, Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey, Mr and Mrs F. L. Pratt, Lulu; Hawcott, Gladys Hawcott, Beth Miller, Ethel Dremmel of Burt and Oma Bailey, Seneca; Marie Krantz and Hazel Stott, Titonka; Anna Horton, Jessie Carmean and LaVanche Ditsworth of Bancroft; and'Mrs S. E. Straley of Fenton. Others to receive the a 5-year certificates, but not present, were Lillian Meinze'r, Trella Patterson of Algona, Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Mr and Mrs G. J. F. Vogel, Lura Sewick, Mrs Anna Vinaas, Mrs Mabel Tjaden, Misses Margaret and Mildred Hansen, Mrs Carrie DeLong," Enna Davison, Hugh Cooper and Quinn Albright. Falls From Tree Burl — Henry Meier, small son' of Mr and Mrs Earl Meier, had the misfortune to fall from a tree while at play Sunday and injured his head so several stitches were needed. He was bruised and scratched also and will be out of school for this week at least. No Data Here Ort 2nd Polio Shots of,1901 Kossuth County first and ' second graders are wondering when their children are going to get the second shot of Salk polio vaccine,-and they're ftot aloner-the Kossuth CtoUrt- ty Medical Society would like to know, too'.. Dr. Dan Bray 1 , president of the medical society, cajied Dr. Heeren of the state health department Wednesday td get information, that niiehij help clarify the situation. Heeren could give no help, in the matter. The check of laboratories, pro-, ducirtg 1 the vaccine, 'called for by the federal government, began yesterday, and will be completed just as-soon as possible. It was' announced that some vaccine wiW be released within the next few days, but it is expected to go to the southern portion of the United States where the immediate need is greater than here. It is probable the vaccine for Kossuth County will not be available so second shots can be given before the end of school, but the same soft of clinic.setup will be used regardless of the date. • "Even though the second series of shots will probably be delayed, they will be given at the same sites, fiancroft, feoha land LuVerne, aftfl 'ffi'Sfte •s&ntr otae^T-asf* thfc ftot,"/, .IBM Bray, vtfnoMudde*," "tH^.da'ttKof these* 1 SllnicS V?ilMke Bhnouftfied early, enough 'So eveftrone' wlD have Hme tb make the -pro rangement^" , •'Grads; May 19 .i The Hevj'.G^-Ahman, ,qf *3t. Benedict ,'wlll -give the corhmen- cement address in St. . Joseph's Catholic' church on Thutsda^, ;May 19, at 8 p.m. at graduating exercises .for St. Joseph's senioilsi , Folidwingjthe address, the'ReV. Leo. Cr Schumacher will present the diplomas and awards for the ,high • school and eighth ' grade. :Karel Borrftann, a senior, will receive a medal recognizing . good citizenship , . .'; The -11 .senior graduates arid their, page boys and flower girls are: Amanda Berte, Marilyn Kellner, Shcryll Reding, Sharon Re'd- ing; Cecelia Berte, 'Helen Berte, Elaine Wagrief, Barbara Wagner, Donald Weydert", Richard Zeirnet, Joel Reding, , Edward Kayser, Karel Bormann, Richard Kirsch, Harold Illg, Gerald Thilges, James Hilbert, Billy Reding, 'Leo Bormann, Ralph Bormann,' ahd Richard Hammer, Nicholas Erpelding. '\ ' - former Rural Teacher Dies Word Was r&Seived at City here of the death of,'a er Kossuth County teacher, Mfg Conrad Falk, 79, at Salem; Ore., pn May 4. Mrs Falk wa's the oldest daughter o'f the late Mr and Mrs James Monroe .Smith, longtime residents of Kdssuth.Coiln'tV; and was a sister of Walter; G.,«Al»nejr, Ployd add Ray ;Sftlith of Swea City. • .-.. ,". '- n' [ -< ••" : Born in Warren County, IoWa ( Mrs Fall's maiden , name whs Nellie M&y Smith' and she carAe with her parents 16 Algona in 1890. She taught rural schools in the Sextort-Wesley communities Until her marriage to. Conrad Falk, member of -a pioneer Buffalo Township family. The couple farmed in. Wesley Township for several years, then 'rtioved ,to Salem, Ore., where they purchased and operated a fruit ranch until .Mr Falk's death Some 2C) years, agOi Surviving are her children Phillip, Alice, Lester and Ruth, all of whom live on the west coast, and the following brothers and' sisters; Luther D. Smith, Des Moines; Mrs Bertha Eckholm, Mason City;. Walter G. Smith, Sewa City; Mrs Belle Black, Algona; Elmer Smith, Swea City; Ernest Smith, Estherville; Floyd Srfilth, SwSa'City; Ralph Smith, Sari .Aiigeio, T&x.; and Ray D. Smjth, Swea City. ' To Wed May 22 In Burt Church the :St, John's Lutheran chujoh in Burl, May 22, Sunday aftfeiv noon at 1:30 o'clock. Kenneth Fischer is- employed -in the Thbfrtpsori Lumber Go. at Bancroft. ' > ' ,, Mrs AAeri-ymem , Injured. In. Foil \ 5 Mrs J.' L'MerVyfrUn, 'AlgOhaJls recovering • at St, Ann • Hospital of'injuries received; in-a fall [in the Merryman's new hdme at 504 "aia street Wednesday, rhorhiiig. She was rushed to the hospital by ambulance, and x-rays showed she suffered a broken hip. -It]is riot known exactly' how she Mil. Her husband Was running ! a power saw at the time,- and when he; shut it off he heard her call tot help. : • Buri—Mr and Mrs Alfred Scha- endorf wish .to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joann, above, to Kenneth Fischer,' son 6FMr and Mrs Ernest Fischer, at Dr.. Mary Walkef, famous Union spy, who wore ijiale attire, was a piofltlf^Womfili suffrSglst and Physics Class Tours Factory ; * Eighteen members of the Algona High School physics class and their instructor, R. J.: Ste* phenson, made a field trip to the Joseph Weidenhoff, Inc. plant east of Algona last Thursday. .«• During the visit, head engineer V. L. Gunder conducted the class through the lab and gave a lecture on various testing devices made by the company, demonstrating how laws Of physics are adapted for practical application ....j&f.PjttbafiolWHi •v STATE' OF IOWA Kossuth County"ss. IN DISTRICT COURT Me. 6922' . „. April Term, 1955 TO ALL ,WH6M IT MAY CON- GEttN' YOU 'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Anna CJerber, Deceased, dated Decent bef 24, 1953, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 23rd day: of May. 1955, is, fixed 'for hearing proof of same dt the Court House in Algona, loWa, • before the District Court 3f said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned ill persons interested are hereby notified arid required to appear, ,nd show cause, if any they have, ,vhy instrument should hot ba probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of aid deceased. ' • Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 11, 1955 • Alma Pearson . Clerk of the District Court, Hutchison, Hutchison & Carroll, Attorneys, Algona, Iowa (Published May 12, 19b5,' in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Licenses To Wed Two licenses to wed have been isut-d in-tiit past week,'yohfg W Donald Lee Johnson and Dolores A. Somers, Spirit Lake, and Kenneth D. Krantz and Betty Ann DeWall, both of Titonka. Gifts For Graduation from JEWEL BOXES A beautiful assortment of all lypes, styles and colors. 1.00 to 5.95 COSTUME JEWELRY A beautiful assortment of everything that is new. 1.00 to 4.95 QUANTITIES! mmm^mmm^^mm^^m 9LUE GIBBON CATALINA BATHING SUITS Jusl arrived — New styles and fabrics 9.95 to 19.95 BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES A gorgeous selection to choose from. 3.95 to 9.95 HANSON GLOVES In a profusion of styles and colors. 1.98 to 3.95 A SHORTY GOWN or Pajama Set is a musl for the girl graduate. 3.95 to 5.95 STUNNING COMPACTS ful line o square. 1.00 1.95 2.95 A beautiful line of large or medium-sized compacJs. Come round or square. These are priced specially for graduation FOWLERS M SLICED LIVER -•r .,..., PER POUND U. S a "GOOD" BEEF CHUCK ROASTS LB. U. S. "GOOD" BEEF ROUND and CLUB STEAKS 59 C LB. ARMOUR BANNER Sliced Bacon J Lb. Cello Wrap J ARMOUR STAR ALL MEAT FRANKS : One lib. Pkg. FRESH 100% PURE GROUND BEEF 3--,79 e FANCY, GOLDEN-YELLOW BANANAS... Al IBS. CRISP, FRESH GREEN-TOP RADISHES BUNCH • FROZEN FOODS ADAMS, CONCENTRATE ORANGE JUICE FUV.R.PAC CONCENTRATE LEMONADE 2SS33c WELCH'S CONCENTRATE GRAPE JUICE 2 *** oaas POTATOES GOBBLERS • CHIOS • PONTIACS • TRIUMPHS UBS. Tl HEAD LETTUCE CRISP, FRESH PQTTSD PLANTS FLOWER PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS - 14,1 A k rr-^L i .,r. AH i I ciiM.n.Atn A ^^^^^ '•'*»•' i i FOR CQltk WHITE LILY . r r\r\\i *i 11 i f* *IA CHEESE,.,:.; .2Lb.Box % SI > RY..,..- : JLb.Can 79c -.';.-' . ' • . 1 Hi* f nti*\An 1** An/«Vi f^_at\ 15c Coupon in each Can (3&J <rm/MA\ > a i: •>.
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