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May 26,1955 May 26,1955 tee the New 1955 MlRtURY - On Display At s ; . ,-•.-.,'-*.• Taylor Mercury fivislon of Taylor Implement Co Dsesn Taylor and Bill Rlnggenberg, Salesmen !hone 421 So. Phillips St AIGONA CMH18 HEEBE A iiifl* el Thlt. • ' dl Thai) Mot Much ' ' of It w&s ihe olher day that I done a bit of arithmaticing anon the bugs and hits of \veed and road par'ticles which gathered on the screen which cover the radiator and front of my bus and i sure is surprising what all that screen picks up.through a drive- so to speak, Drove to Cheroke•last weekend, nnd that's a bit over 100 miles. And. that screen; ap- proximately some 2300 square inches, sure picked up bugs and lighway particles by the thousands. I cut a piece of paper on, square inch and applied it to-the screen arid there were 41 bugs and road particles in that square inch. So, with a total of 2352 square inches and 41 bugs and particles, per inch I lugged home on that,screen 98,432 bugs and particles. And' supposing that, I didn't have the screen there sure would have been a bunch of some thousands 'of those bugs and particles sipped through the radiator and found places under the hood and upon the engine and working parts in the car, so to speak. Sure is smart to have a screen cover the front of the car during these buggy summer days and drives. ; —"-O '' Yes, I drove 200 miles through :the weekend but I didn't have •the- speed up to 7>UfiQr90. FIRST - FIRST SERVED AT BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE an hour like a lot" of the drivers of today do. I have found that holding at a steady and .regular speed of 60 miles per hour I get places just as soon as. .the", jerk who has lo speed at 80-and SO miles per hour. And I .am; sure heartily in favor of the speed- lim* it of 60 miles per hour as/.suggested by our governor, Il^ould be swell and as well reduce the daily highway killing.' —0—"' •'.- ' ;• • '• ..• And next week we have' June with us and then comes the 21st of that month and that's ; the middle day of the year and thfen the sun begins to move south ware again and before we 'krtbw it there's the fall staring 'us s ift the face. And here.il seems as tteugr we have only had a couple.o: weeks of go-called •surtime] weather following the lateness 0 spring this year, with cold, arid frosty days way up into-May. I just seems like the seasons^ .are d"a"fiing--- q o .slow and we-,have fall weather on Christmas,-'•bib: zards on April Fool Day and the spring rains fall in June. ,Bu there isn't much we can do abou it, so it seems. However, at thi writing, Monday evening, wer having a swell and fine rain shower and that sure is some thing we have every reason t be thankful for because on ac count of things were gettm pretty dry and fields and'crop were suffering, so to speak. Wouldn't it be swell if some Algona Boys Join Navy John A. Nelsons Wed 40 Years, Honored, LuVerne Pictured above are Clarence Metzger. left and L .Bob 9 'training at Great Lakes Naval (Cut courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette) Station, June 5. WOU1UI1 I it uc o ***-** »* „*...smart gent develops a control; over the weather so we can nave} rain when we want it, sno\y :f when we want it and can side-ji swipe paths of .tornadoes and cyclones? , -. i [ ;;lsj It was John Foth who the other day asked me "Do you know how many 'yes' syllables there are being used today?' 1 And I told him I did not but I couldn't, figure out just what he meant'and then he said that there were quite a number of words of agreement used instead; of the word "yes/.' And I guess he's got something ON OUR ENTIRE 1955 and so forth. And at that John insists that there could be more "yes" words and he suggested that I should invent some more because on account of usually "yes" indicated contented agreement upon conversational questions and problems and so forth. ;. ..;..-• ." •-*-• r Another indication that sum- Iner is really here is the activity associated with the baseball, and ithat. too, is a lot of fun. No, I don't play baseball but I like to watch the, other gents make their -hits, run their bases and count tthcir, scores. And the baseball eason in these. United States_ is a surely important and active there. Being a Dane I do know that there is only one word ' yes in Dane and that is "ja." >But we hear every day the word^'yes . replaced with . "yep" and ;' yap and "yea" and "aye"/and. ah-na, ne. I remember in the by-gone lays when I was a school kid we tarted to play baseball and or- anize school room and school .earns.. And in those days there were' only usually two or three vho wore mils, the catcher, the iirsf baseman and one of t jielders. That was a long til ago but baseball was as enjoyable and popular as it is today even though the players had to catch the ball bqre-handed, so to speak. And many times in those long-ago days the bats were home-made, But baseball was just as enjoyable and popular as it is today, especially among the teen-agers. ' LuVerwe — Bouquets of rod oses, rod and white peonies and olorfuL iris decorated the rooms f the Zion Evangelical Luthern church Sunday afternoon,, May 2 as about 100 guests, relatives nd friends gathered for the open ouse.honoring Mr and Mrs John A. Nelson on the occasion of their ortieth wedding anniversary. A •program was given with n on, J on Nelson of Osage ns master oJ ceremonies. After a few remarks, grandchildren of this worthy couple sang "Jesus Love:; Me." Their pastor, the Rev. Louis Witlenburg gave a talk. Then th'e children sang "Perfect Day. Mr Nelson gave remarks of appreciation, followed by group siaging. Jlefreshmpnts were served. Cutting and serving the cajte were two daughters, Mrs Merlin Baker, Corwith and Mrs James Phillips, Los Angeles. Pouring wtere a daughter, Mrs George Schwartz of Des Moines and djaughter-in-law, Mrs Jon Nelson, Osage. i In charge of guest book ana gifts was granddaughter Sonja Nelson, Osage. Dining room host- Hospital Auxiliary St. Ann hospital auxiliary is hRving an open board meeting on Tuesday, June 7 and all auxiliary members are cordially invited. The meeting will be held at the hospital at 2:00 p. m. and will be followed by a tea. Election of next year's officers and-a report on tag day will be the main items on the agenda. esses were Mrs Hugh Shirk and Mrs Earl Hanselman. Ritchwi hostesses Mrs Albert Hippen, Mas Charles Minx., Mrs Fay Harmon and Mrs Edward Ramus. Mr and Mrs Nelson have Uireo sons and three daughters. .Two .sons, Norton and Claire at Los Angeles, Calif., were unablfc to be | present. Other children attending were Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson, Sonja, Karen and Jon, Osage; 'Mr ,anct Mrs George Schwartz, Gene and Becky Lynn of Dos Moines; Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker, Bruce and Ronald of Corwith; Mr and Mrs James Phillips of Los Angeles, Calif. ' Tenth Birthday Curtis Rusher celebrated his tenth birthday Saturday, May 21 with a party at the tiome of his parents, Mr and Mrs Harley his boy classmates, Larry Grimes, Timothy Butler, Dale Kubly. Mickey Baker, Roger Heine, Gco. Hanselman, Gene and Dennis Will. Other guests included his maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry J. Hi/iz, his aunt, Miss Deloros Hin/. of Fort Doclge and Mrs Clifford Bjustrom. WAG Corporal Home Corp. Elcla Northrop, army WAC of Fort Sill, Okla., is spending 'i fuiK.ug'.i in !h" home •<•** her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Northrop and family. She leaves June 1 for Fort Lawton, Wash., for assignment of two years in Japan. A dinner in her honor was held Sunday. Guests included her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ed P. Northrop, Livermore, Mr and Mrs Ed A. Northrop and granddaughter, Jeanne Marie of Hardy, Mr and Mrs Howard Northrop and Shirley Ankeny of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Lewis Petersen of Mason City were weekend visitors in the home ot their mother, Mrs-Dora Ramus. Mr Linus McDonald of Eclel- UCliCllbOi *•** *•«»*» -• a Rusher. Curtis received gifts from TIPS from your once Owing to our ever increasing furniture, floor covering and drapery business, we have decided to discontinue our Fri- gidaire appliance line. Our complete floor stock of 1955 models will be sold at cost or less. WE ARE NOT FOOLING ! SEEING IS BELIEVING! 24 Frigidaire Appliances At Clean-Up Prices! HERE ARE EXAMPLES; ** Price N ° W Frigidaire Automatic Dryer $179.95..$117.86 Frigidaire Automatic Washer .„...$229.95..$147,75 Frigidaire Electric Range $189.95..$115.00 Frigidaire Electric Refrigerator.... -$219.95. .$177.00 Frigidaire Dehumidifier $137.50..$ 99.00 Frigidaire Large Combination 9 Freezer ^Refrigerator _.....$S49.95..$385.00 AGAIN! All NEW 1955MERCHANDISE Come! Be Here! Act! Save! Now! NO TRADE-INS! TERMS! Complete Prescription Service Prescriptions Filled Day or,Night Registered Pharmacist On Duty At All Times 1 Lustre Cream Shampoo Specials Lustre Cream SHAMPOO Summer Play-Time Needs! i •• ' A Smart Sun'n Surf SHAP-O 59c OR HALF PRICE When purchased with any • package of Sun'n Surf Save 41c — Lustre-Cream SHAMPOO with Lanolin Reg. Price $2.00 - Now 1.59 In lotion form Full 90c l/alue - Now 60c PRICE Veto Spray DEODORANT Baby Specials $1.00 SIZE _ Veto Cream $1.00 Size . DEODORANT ....50c Buy Lentheric 5-Day Deodorant Pads (Reg. $1.00 or 59c Size) and get FREE 50c Lentheric Miracle Cologne - New Fragrant* Save 20c Mennen BABY OIL with lanolin 69c value A.Of* For Only *vU FREE — 59c Shampoo with purchase of Nestle's Baby Hair Treatment Suntan Spray Sun'n' Surf 6 OZ. Can 1.50 Screens sunrays - helps tanning without burning easy to use COLGATE FLOURDENT Large 89c Size - 79c Economy $1.39 Size Here Is Your Chance To Save! For Men! Mennen SHAMPOO And Mennen SKIN BRACER Father's Day GIFT SPECIAL The "Encyclopedia of Sports" ($10.00 Book) FREE with the purchase of Gillette Super-Speed RAZOR SET iff. 1925 's Furniture ALGONA $1.59 Value For Only After Shave Lotion $1.59 Value SATIN-SET _ or — FREE - $1.00 Baby Curl Brush with HAIR TREATMENT (Same as above) $2.00 Value For Only The pin-curl Spray Set 1.35 1.00 FREE PARKING At Rear of Store UNTIL 9 P.M. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 10 P.M. OPEN iVIRY NIGHT stein, 111., is spending two weeks in the interest of his farm tenanted by Mr and Mrs Donald Miller and family. Mrs William Moeding accompanied by her parents, Mr and Mrs A. T. Skow of Humboldt and ister, Miss Inez Skow o£ Fort jodge visited from Saturday to Monday in Stewartville, Minn., vith their brother and son, Mind Mrs Alan Skow and family. Mr and Mrs B. E. Martin had as guests for commencement Friday evening her parents, Mr and Mrs H. J. Van Hauen, Cedar Falls, a bfuthur, Orlo Van Hauen of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Ivan ",aird of Otho and John Saylor of Plover. Ronald Martin was raduatcd with the class* Mr and Mrs Leo Sankcy ot Britt visited in the Donald Mill-, er home Sunday. Mrs Miller is a niece of Mrs Sankey. Mr and Mrs B. E. Martin and son Ronald attended commencement exercises in Plover Tuesday evening. • , Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cindy of Des Homes were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Miller, Tommy and Gloria. Mr Kueck is a brother of Mrs Miller. Mr and Mrs Matt Besch attended the-celebration-in-the-Memor-r ial hall in Eagle Grove Sunday afternoon honoring the fiftieth anniversary of his uncle and aun(> Mr and Mrs John Mersch. Mr and Mrs Matt Besch and children attended the graduation at St. Cecelia's academy in Algona Sunday evening. Theresa Weydert, graduated with the class, is a niece of Mrs Besch. William Stoddard has been a patient in the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines sinew Wednesday, May 18. Mrs Ervin Barton was a med- cal patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday to Sunday he past week. Mrs Emma Lehman of Box- lolm visited the past week in he home of her daughter and 'amily, Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle. Mr' and Mrs Merlin Trauger and children of Corwith enjoy•d a picnic sunper Sunday with lis brother, Mr and Mrs Harold lYauger and sons. Living Memorials Aid Cancer Fight According to "New Horizons," Iowa's cancer magazine, 44 living memorials have been set up by friends and relatives of deceased Kossuth County persons who died as a result of cancel-. There are 2(i;il of these living memorials that have been started in this state in memory of deceased victims ot the disease. . A contribution to New Horizons, Mason City, by interested persons will set up one of these memorials. Funds raised in this way are used to save lives ot persons now living through cancer research and education. Those from Kossuth for whom cancer memorials have been established are: Asa Warner, Lillian Linde, Mrs Anna Larson, Mrs Margaret Barger, Mrs Anna Gni- fith Mrs Alice Koolhof, Cora Gibbons, Mrs P. Penning, Mrs Ed Baker, P. C. Jorgenson, Joseph Mayne, Amanda B. Logemann, Harry Schroeder, Fred Schwartz, Arthur Zielske, Mrs A. J. Renger, Jeff Hanifan, Mrs Dale Packer. Mis P. W. Reece, Mrs H. N. Mnth- cs, Mrs Geor^J Moore, C. A. Johannesen. p W. Lai-son., John S. Anderson, Mr and Mrs Frank Lappe, Lottie Steward, Mrs, W. D. Reams. Henry Hasse, Joe Papowich, August Bollinger, Elsie Thompson, Mrs Claude Hawks, Mrs Carrie Schoger, Fred Stow, Mrs Charlotte Chafee, Mrs Viola Hansen, Rev. G. Schuffer, D. M. Stewart, Raleigh Gingrich, Mrs l?m h. Dailey, John A. Haggard. Mrs Viva B. Peterson, William Fnmml and Mrs Leonore Peck. Mother Of Triplets Titonka — News has been received in Titonka of the birth of 'riplet girls to Mr und Mrs Edwin A. Johnson of Salem, Ore., April 30. Mrs Johnson is Bonnie Schram, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ferdie Schram, who lived here until a few years ago.