8**AI0finn (to.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 30, 1955 Wire Walkers With Circus The internationally known famous Florenze Troupe, the first American appearance of the "Parisian Sensations", of the "silver- strand" executing the ultimate of all daring and clever manipulations on the tight wire will thrill Algona circus fans at the matinee and night performance of Al G. Kelly and Miller Bros. 2nd largest cireus coming to the Kossuth fairgrounds on Wednesday, July 6. Many Senecans Attend Joice Anniversary Seneca — Many relatives and friends from the Seneca community attended the 25th weddin? anniversary party honoring Mr and Mrs George Charlston of Joice, Iowa, Sunday evening, June 26 at 7:30 o'clock. The observance was held at the Winnebago Lutheran church. Mrs George Charlston, the former Gladys Thompson was born and raised in the Seneca community and continued to live here for several years following her marriage. The family moved to Joice, Iowa, where they have continued to make their home. Senecans in attendance included Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Joy Thompson, Mrs Myrtle Frost, Mr and Mrs Herman Geilenfeld and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and sons, John and Bertha Olson, Harry Widdle, Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Linus Jensen, Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Reuben' Larson and family, and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Brown from Armstrong; Mr and Mrs John Andreasen and family, Mrs Manno Pederson and Mrs Harry Bonnickson from Ringsted; and Mr and Mrs Wm. Brown from Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Charlston have a family of seven children all of whom were at home for the occasion, i Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Mrs Herman Geilenfeld attended funeral services for J. O. Pedersen, 90, at Ringsted last Thursday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church with the Rev. George Palleson officiating. Mrs Pedersen was Stella Nolan's father. Monday evening visitors at the Harry Lund home were Mr.and Mrs Donald Hoein and family of Ringsted. Alice Diane Petersen, daughter of Mrs Kenneth Petersen, was baptized Sunday in St. John's Lutheran church near Ringsted. The baby's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Chris Willadsen of Irwin and Mr and Mrs Raymond Petersen were sponsors. In honor of the occasion Mr and Mrs Ray- mbnd Petersen entertained at dinner. Guests included Mr and Mrs Chris Willadsen and family of Irwin, Marjorie Sorensen of Harlan, Mr and Mrs William Leding Sr. of Ceylon, Minn,, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Petersen and Diane of Fentoh, Lars Willadsen and the great grandmother, Mrs Emma Petersen. A picnic dinner was held Sunday at the Clifford Pringle and Albert Cody homes. Guests included Rev. and Mrs Mark Svaren and family of Sherman S. D.; Mr and Mrs Robert Brown antf. soa.of Estherville; Mr and Mrs Bertie Berkland and lola and Mr and Mrs Bob Berkland and sons of Fenton. Mrs Svaren is spending a week at the parental Cody home while the Rev. Svaren is attending a session of Bible camp at Slayton, Minn. Last Sunday evening dinner guests at the Curtis Olsen homo included Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Everett Zitterich and family of Terrill; Mr and Mrs Howard Preston and family of GUARDIAN ANGEL—self odiuili lo lh< natural itiarje o( >OK l'nt jo r ... no l*nt. SEE the dazzling brilliance of the diamonds in the new superbly styled settings . .. feel bow comiortabtt and secure it is on your finger — thanks to Guardian Angel". You'll surely choose a Columbia "Tru-ff Diamond King because no other can compare! « WILTGEN JEWELERS Swea City: Mr and Mrs Bob Jacobsen of Swea City; Ivan Larson and Mrs Cleo Classon. Lois Wilberg accompanied her brother and family, the Wayne Wilbergs of HaPorte, Ind. home for a couple of weeks visit. ' Mrs Cecil Baldwin observed her birthday Thursday, June 16, by having friends in for coffee that afternoon. Mr and Mrs Irvin Votteler are the parents of a baby daughter born Tuesday. June 21, at Holy Family hospital at Esthervllle The Vottelers have another daughter, Renee. Mrs Leo GueVdet, who spent several days, at Holy Family hospital, suffering from blood- §oisoning, returned home last aturday. Supt. and Mrs Gordon Christianson spent Thursday afternoon at Seneca, packing 'their household goods, preparatory to moving Saturday. Their new home will be at Grafton where Mr Christiansen has accepted a position as superintendent of schools. Carol Johannesen, daughter of Mr and Mrs ' Fred Johannesen, was among the.group of Lutheran young people attending Bible camp at'. Ingham Lake this past week. Her,parents visited with her Wednesday evening and attended the evening session. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn attended a fanjily gathering at Luverne, Minn.' last Sunday. Their son Larry, accompanied his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Letcher of Alexandria, S. D., home for a visit while a niece, Patty, accompanied the Osborns home. Jack Looft has accepted a position to teach at Crystal Lake. He will coach basketball and baseball and will teach Mathematics in high school. « Mr and Mrs Harold Grondhov and daughters of Scarville moved to Seneca over the weekend. Mr Grondhov will be the athletic coach at Seneca this fall. Prairie Pals Met Prairie Pals 4-H club held their meeting at the center school June 23. Following reports and demonstrations by Julie Nygaard, Sharlene Downs, Helen and Ruth Lickteig, Carol Grandgenett and Mrs August Studer, the girls sewed and discussed their projects. A picnic lunch was served at noon. The next meeting will be July 7 at the home of Mrs Leonard Arndorfer. BANCROFT" Mr and Mrs Richard Eltendorf and Judy, Sterling, 111. spent the past week with hii uncle, Laii* rence Bef grhaft, artCfamiiy. The employees of the Bancroft Register are enjoying a two week vacation, .and the office will be closed for two weeks. Mr and Mrs Ed Schemmel of Miami, Fla. are visiting friends and relatives ih Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Schemmel are.,.former residents of Bancroft. Mrs Raymond Doyle, Jack and Betty attended the wedding of William. Doyle in Chicago. William is the. soil of Mr and Mrs Raymond Doyle of Bancroft. Portland Twp. 6y Mrs. Victor Fitch On Friday evening, June 24, about 80 women gathered at the Methodist Church at Titonka for the shower given in honor of Ruth Phelps, who will be married July 10 to Paul Krominga. Gladys Harms gave a reading; Korene and Judy Fitch played and sang a song; and Randy Nelson sang two songs, accompanied by his mother,' at the piano. After Miss Phelps opened her many beautiful and useful gifts, a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Herman Fox and son Richard, and Richard's buddy, Mickey Patrick, from Lansing, Mich, spent a week at the E. L. Dickmeyer home. Mrs Fox is a daughter of the Dickmeyer's. Their son Clifford, wife and family visited them early in June They live at Grand Rapids,- Minn. Jerry Lee Helmers of Chicago is visiting at the Luther Fairbanks, Jr. home for. the summer. He is a nephew of Mrs Fairbanks. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family, Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen and Nancy, Mr and Mrs Vernon Larsen and girls, and Mrs Minnie Larsen attended the picnic, sponsored by the men of the Methodist church of Titonka,' Sunday, afternoon, at the Carl Callies home. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young and Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames attended the Phyllis Kain- END OF MONTH SPECIALS Huge Price Slashes on Spring and Summer Needs Women's Wool Shortie Coats White, Pastels and Navy. All desirable styles. Drastically reduced. While they last, only . . . Special group of higher priced wool shortie coats reduced to ._ 7. $10 Women's Full Length Coats Reduced Wool coats and "Rain-or-Shine" coats. Excellent choice of colors and styles. All reduced to only .. 13. Save On Women's Costume Jewelry 2for$l Earrings, pins, bracelets! Mostly white for summer. Excellent choice, terrific values! LARGE CANNON BATH TOWELS 50c Thick terry towels 22 x 44 inches. Solid aqua, mimosa yellow, sea green and petal pink. Women's Dress Shoes Reduced Drastic reductions on current styles. Buy now and save. All size* but not in every style. '3 Jack Klnus Wedding 1ft Algona, Sunday. Merlyn Bartlett went to Ames for the Boys 4-H short course at Iowa State College the 21 to the 23 6f June. Thirteen boys .from Kossuth County with Bob Johnson, youth assistant and Leander Vaske attended. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and" Merlyn visited the Andrew Hansen family at Swea City Sunday. Another daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Don Glamrfi of St. Clair, Minn, iwere' there also. Harry Chfistensen went to Rochester Monday for a check* up. Mr and Mrs Donald Rings* dorf and Mrs Christefisen went up Saturday to visit him there. Mrs Hazel Carroll and family and Mrs Herman Harms and Janice went to Algona Tuesday. Mrs Hazel Carroll and family went to LuVerne Tuesday and had dinner at Mrs Ouy Andre's and in the afternoon they, all called on the Alvin Hardcopf's nftd the Dennis Carroll's. M> Cat" roll is recuperating from a heart attack. . . . Mr and Mrs A. W. Young, of Clear Lake spent the weekend at the C, L. Young'home. Dr. and Mrs Wm. Laidlow, Jennings and Scott of Portland. Ore.; Mrs Carl Stellhorn, Sue and Steven of Lakeland, Fla.; arid Nancy Kain of Algona Were dinner guests at the C. L. Young home on Tuesday. Mrs Laidlow and Mrs Stellhorn are sisters of Mrs Young. Mr, and Mrs.Orville Stow and family of Davenport; Mrs Bertha StoW of Burt and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps were Thursday evening supper guests at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr Stow is a nephew of Mrs Charles Ph'elps. Mrs Minnie Sperring of Fort Dodge is Visiting at the Bernard Phelp's. Mr and Mrs Levant Moore entertained at a picnic Supper for little Patricia Moore's 2nd birthday Sunday evening. Quests of the evening, were Mrs Minnie Larse'h, Mr and Mrs Lewis Lar- seh and Nancy,/Mr arid Mrs Vernon Lafsen and family ana Mr and MfS Glen Larsen and family. LAKOTANEWS Cort C. Rippentrop was taken to Buffalo Center hospital Sunday morning and has been in an oxygen tent, suffering from a heart condition. Further tests Were made Monday to determine just what the trouble was. Cort is a mechanic in the Ley garage. Mrs E. R. Ballard of West Union is visiting her daughter, Mrs Al* ton E. Anderson and family. Mrs J. E, Telkamp haS returned from a ten day visit with her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Tom MacGrath in GrinnelL She had accompanied the MacGraths and .their daughter, Mrs Ruth Sue, to Grinnell after they Visited in Lakota for several .days; Mra Bue's 'home'ls in MacAllertf Tex., and her parents sp"ertti the Winters with her there. . . Mr and. Mrs Vernon Smith and family spent Monday at Clear Lake with Mr and Mrs, Russell Rugg who have their trailer at the lake. Shirley and Janet Smith will stay with the Ruggs for a longer Visit, going to their home in Cedar Falls Wednesday, A 9 poiirtd, 15 ounce boy was 1 born to Mf.and Mrs, Arnold Beck* er June 22 in Buffalo Center hospital. Mr and Mrs Raymond Smith and Robert of Fort Lauderdale, Fla,, arrived Saturday for a visit with the formers mother, Mrs Ida Smith artd to attend to local business. ' Dr. James Naismith, invented basketball in the winter' of 189192. -'.'- •: ffre$fone SIZE 6.00-16 PLUS TAX EXCHANGE IF YOUR DID TIRE ISRECAPPABU sizts SALE PRICED COME IN AND GET OUI AMAZING OFFER ON DELUXE CHAMPION TUBELESS TIRES Atnortet't Flnnt WSCut Yev Can M Tt»m on Yovr frwwtt Wh««t». 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