I Hetty will Roger Donnlian. who rd ;it Clnriun. whoro coupk' will live. thr hriHo ot i< i'!ii|il"y- tlir ymiii; Lickteig Reunion Sister Katherino and Sistvr Bertrand of Paula. Kansas came Wednesday. .Inly 1H, for a 10-day visit itt the h^mc of the tunnel•'* <istt;r. Mrs Louis Lirk'ei;; and family. A family rtninion was hold at the parental. Lou Lirktfif,' liome Sunday. Those who attended in- chitted Mr and Airs Fkl I.u-Mcis ami family of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Hugh Liekteig and family of Bancroft: Mr and Mrs Ed Kenyon and children of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Albert l,k-k- teig and fymily and Mr and Mr? Bob Lickteig and son of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Paul Berber and family of Corwith. 8-Alfldfia (Id.) Upper DCS Moines thursday, July 1}, 1955 Mrs Uhlenhake Rites Saturday Held In Wesley Wesley— Funernl services for Mrs Mary Uhlenhake, 83. were held Saturday morning. July IB. at St. Joseph's church here, with burial in the family lot. Mrs Uhlenhake passed away suddenly Wednesday evening of last week at the home of her son, Johs Uhlenhake, at W h i t t e m o r e, while she was watching a TV program. She had gone there for n visit. Father J. H. Klein officiated. Mrs Uhlenhake was born in Germany in 1872, and came to this country while a small child with her parents. Mr and Mrs- Theodore Franzer. They settled near West Union, and there she was married to John Uhlenhnke Sr. He preceded her in death 24 years ago. They had moved to Wesley where Mr Uhlenhake and Ihe late Guy Butts operated an implement business for many years. Five children also preceded their mother in death. Suivivinj; are the son, John, and daughters Mrs R. C. Bauer, of Wesley, Mrs Gus Brandt of Clear Lake, Mrs Joe Krogmeier and Mrs George Krogmeier of Fort Madison. A sister and two brothers also survive. Pallbearers were John and Bill Bauer. Gus Brandt. James Krogmeier. Don Uhlenhake and Aithur Ricke. Hamilton Funer.il Home was in charge of arrangements. Pre-Nuplial Shower Bettv Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Becker was honored at a pre-nuptial showt-i Sunday afternoon in the St. Joseph's parish hall. Court Whist was played at 21 tables. Mrs Mae Gorman won high score prize and Mrs Margaret Root low score prize. Guests were from St. Benedict, Bancroft, Corwith, Algona, Whittemore, Titonka and Wesley. Mr? Chnvles Swnnson of St. Pnul, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Otto Larson of Montirollo. Minn.; Miriam Lnr- s-un of St. Paul. They all attended the wedding of Caro'i r ni now and Dennis Kline of Britt at Little Brown church ne;.r Nashua Sunday afternoon. July 17. I Banns of Marriage Banns of marriage were pub- lishf.l Sunday in St. Joseph's v..'atholic church for Betty ivku Becker, daughter of Mr and Mr; Turn Becker, and Roger Doughan. son of Vincent Doughan The wedding will be in the loca church Tuesday morning, Aug. 2. Picnic Reunion Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard were hosts to a group of persons Sunday. July 17 at a picnic' dinner at their farm home. Guests were once pupils attending Turner school in Buffalo township. Mrs Magdaline Sortor Bleieh whr began her teaching career in thi.- school, was guest of honor. Back From Trip Oliver Young drove to Dos Moines Saturday morning to meet his wife who was returnin: 1 , from El Monte. CaL after a visit with their daughter, Mrs Ti.rl Worsley, son Albert Young, and sons. Earl and Keith Young ami their families. Ai Funeral Rites Mrs George Vit/thum. Mrs Gaylon Vit/.thum and Mrs Luke Youngwirtlr attended the funeral of Enoch Kaloplastos. 21. of Mason City, who drowned on Friday night. The funeral service wa's held Tuesday afternoon. July 12. at the Methodist church a! 2 p.m. The deceased was a brbtnor of E. N. Kaloplastos of Germany, who is the husband of Ruth V'it /(hum. daughter of Mr ami Mrs George Vit/thum. Guesls For Wedding The Guy Dimonds had ns their weekend guests Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson and Mrs Ivan Swanson of Oakes. N. D., Mr and Sunday evening visitors in the Frank Bleieh home were Mr.-Tracy Ward and her brother. Otte Goetz, who had been employed on a ranch at Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs Mary Rockwood graduated Friday, July 15. from a two-year education course at Junior College, Mason City. She h;>d attended sessions at Mason City the past six weeks. Mrs Hockwi IK] has taught rural schools in Hancock county the past four vears She has been hired to teach 15-7-T grades in the local public school beginning Aug. 29. Mr anrl Mrs Mark Smith of Yichols were weekend guests at the Lawrence Smith h""i,<. Tin r iien are brothers. They als:> visited a sister, Mrs Leo Bleich and Mr Bleich. A baby boy was burn to Mr •md Mr* Oscar Monson Saturday, July If), at an Osage hospital. This is their fir<t child and has been named Larry Thomas. Mrs Monson. the former Vivian Smith, has been staying with her patents near Osage. Mr Monson is stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. A baby boy weighing 7 pounds and 15 ounces was born to Miami Mrs Bud Hauptman of Bancroft. Mrs Hauptman is the former June Haverly, a sister of Mrs Gayle Studer. Mrs Anna Hauptman is the infant's paternal grandmother. Bud Haupt- inans now have a family of four sons and one daughter. Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons K"d family of St. Paul spent the weekend at the parental, Ed Hiidman home. The two families were Sunday dinner guests at t'no George Scuffham home at Algona. Mrs Scuffham is a sister of Mr Lyons. Lindn Lyons, \vlin had spent four weeks with relatives here and at Algona returned home with her parents. Mrs Dorothy Snook of St. Paul spent the weekend at the R. E. Newbrough home. Her son David, who had spent two weeks at the Newbrough home accompanied his mother home.* Mr and Mrs Al Carlsson left Monday morning for their home in Chicago, Illinois following a weekend visit at the parental, Rev. Percy Carlsson home. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken of Minneapolis visited his mother ,nd sister. Mrs Jennie Luken and Mrs Viola Studer over the past weekend. George Prema was again taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Monday morning. L. H. Kleinpeter drove to Iowa City Saturday and on Sunday brought back his wife who had been with her sister, Mrs Elizabeth Hanley a week at the hospital there. Mrs Hanley had surgery on Fridnv. Mr and Mrs Paul Engen and Nadine are on a two weeks vacation in Minnesota. 'Methodists will have a family night program at the church Sunday evening, July 24 at 7 o'clock followed by a devotional •program by the Methodist youth" group. The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Bruce Cranston, June 26. war. baptized Sunday by Rev L. N. Klein in St. Joseph's Catholic Church and was named Cynthia Sue. Mrs Cranston's brother- in-law and sister of Mr and Mrs Duane Anderson of Storm Lake- were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Louis Wingert and eight children of Marshfield, Wis. spent several days over the weekend visiting relatives. About 8 vears ago they moved from the farm south of town now ovvnca, and occupied by the Herman Wise family. Mr Wingert is a brother" of Lawrence Wingert. Mrs Ruth Sparks and son Dean,Mrs Joe Goetz and Norma '.vent to Des Moines Friday where Dean had a medical check-up at the Veterans hospital. The Tuesday club met July 19 at the city park for its annual picnic breakfast. The 9 o'clock meal was in charge of Sara Raney and Marjorie Hemmingsen. The entertainment committee was Josephine Meurer and Francis Weber. WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS Consumers SUPER MARKET 311 East Nebraska Low, Low Prices Plus S & H Green Stamps Wallburg TEXACO SERVICE Hiway No. 18 Good Service Plus S & H Green Stamps Rovn's VARIETY STORE 207 East State -VISIT OUR NEW LUNCH COUNTER AND FOUNTAINETTE THIS WEEK Rusk DRUG and JEWELRY 117 East State Prescriptions A Specialty Struecker's CONOCO SERVICE 701 East State Try The Powerful New T. C. P. Gasoline Peters TEXACO SERVICE South Phillips — Hiway No. 169 Complete Service REMEMBER - ALL S & H GREEN STAMPS GO IN THE SAME BOOK AND ARE REDEEMABLE FOR VALUABLE MERCHANDISE ITEMS. GET YOUR COLLECTORS BOOK AND MERCHANDISE CATALOG AT ANY OF THESE MERCHANTS. • * • • • NOW! A VALUE-PACKED TEN-DAY MID-SUMMER SALES EVENT AT GRAHAM'S: "HOT BARGAINS" In Every Department of On Air-Conditioned "COOL STORE" Children's Wear Girls Sportswear Table One big bargain jamboree of cool, washables for girls; Includes all such items as blouses, halters, shorts, boxer jeans, etc. Come and scramble for 'em! Tots Cool 'Tumbl-Togs' Every mama knows these togs for the very special quality way they're made. This lot includes items like crawlers, play suits, little shirts and slacks — all Tumbl-Tog' make! Boys Cool Sport Shirts We're putting out this one entire lot of these crispy cool washable shirts at just one price of $1.00. All types, all with short sleeves. Come and get these early! Kiddies Summer Sandals If your child wears a size from 4 to 8, here are real big bargains in summer sandals they'll be wearing for weeks and weeks yet. On one table! Si $1 sl si GIRLS SPRING COATS on one rack — the entire lot of these garments to go in sizes 7 to 14 at HALF PRICE. GIRLS SUITS on another rack, in sizes for girls 3 to 8, the entire lot of these neat suits to go at HALF PRICE. GIRLS SPORT SHOES on one table in shoe department — saddles, oxfords, flats in broken sizes 4 to 8 $2.99 SPECTACULAR SAVINGS! On Graham's Balcony 48 Dresses Now at FINAL MARKDOWN! Dresses for Juniors Dresses for Misses Dresses for Women Dresses for Larger Women Dresses for Half-Sizes You can really and truly go on a "dress buying sjfree" at Graham's this week- end! You will aee the half-price signs on many racks of these dresses — 48 of them to go and go at half price) Wide selection of styles and types — for all occasions — for all women! CANNON TOWELS The extra heavy weight great big 22 x 44 inch jumbo size you want! In rich plain pastels. for $1 24 Spring Coats . These two dozen nice spring coats, in long and shortie styles, are going out this week at Half Price! Summer Blouses These are all from a very famous maker whose name you know — but whose name we can't print here when they're going at Half Price! 16 Spring Suits Need a neatly tailored suit? Here are styles right for vacation wear. Come and select yours now for Half Price! 80-SQUARE PRINTS A fine selection of these cool and refreshing prints that are thoroughly washable. All in 36 inch width. Summer Skirts We are clearing out this one group of flowing, swirly summery skirts - and we are giving them to you for Half Price! 1 '/ 2 Lingerie Table House Frocks Yes, and house frocks, too! In one corner of our balcony you'll find these — a large rack, and all going at Half Price! Subteen Coats Also some subteen suits. These choice and rightly styled garments are to be sold at Half Price! V5 2 VALUES UP TO $2.98 Here's a sparkling bargain spot where the ladies will stop and shop on their visit to Graham's! We include in this group shortie pajamas, odd slips, rayon and crepe gowns. You can see every item for yourself — and select what you want at the one low price of $1.33 for any item! TRULON CURTAIN PANELS 77c The panel that looks so refreshingly differeni and nice at your windows. In size 27 x 81 inch for each paneL In multi-color or plain soil eggshell. WASH FABRICS CLEAN-UP REG. $1.00 TERRY CLOTH Wash Fabrics Clean-U P All has sold for $1.00 a yard. It's 36 inches wide. Nice thick weave for towels, shorts, other items. 63 Complete clean-up and a clean-up price! You'll find a strong and attractive selection of dimities, dotted Swiss, ginghams, chambrays, crinkle crepes, miracle pleats and denims. All were higher priced. Take a good look at this yardage and choose tor 67c yard. 67 C In our lingerie department —a table of these cool briefs with nylon trim. A buy and a bargain! 2 Pr. $1 SHOP NOW! SHOP FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT! MORE BARGAINS WILL BE ADDED EVERY DAY!!!
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