8-AIgono (la.) Upper Des Meines Thursday, July 28, 1955 Howard Seely At Banquet For Russians One of the new.-it>: . ihis past wiv-k h.as hef n the Russian cit :Ci.at: -n Iowa fariii--. L;.-! T- '.iv-ii, 21 I.-wa Slate C^',:< i.a -p a ,-uppt i lor th. • !••;. :..,••,., ing Ihe v,i; i. .;i- a., a th': partment i e.'u'i.- : i lev. a tend. I ho Chris. Drnnsoy home in Mn?on i ( itv \ ., . IT i - v " •""' Mrs H. B. Thill, and Among ! 1( ve pre.enl was HOW- p . |llljno K issner of Algona were aid Seelv. i,,,,,] farmer and pros,- , upp ,,. g(|os1s Slinday ev( > nin g !lt | dent •• if t he Iowa Sheep ;,! lion. j Mr Scelv reported thai about I l,"iO people attended the M.ippe: and grille. 1 , 1'ieef. It wa> a inc.'.; 'ha! the Russian.- tn.inyed very •.•'.\]< ii. Mr Sce'y s,il next In an a:;l'i'in .iv.l.-'t wi'.n le.l M field Ion: iv.d ta>i 'i;uch ';;-! hand inlorma- lion 'I ' i ai;; 1 ''.'v«ii',i-' ; epn:'eil | Ml.it ! he de!et;at ion. v. ha-h I- I .n.i'Je up '.' iiepar! merit eilieiai- ; ;•.' her i han i e.i i Ku- 'ian la; me] -;. '0, i i C p.II i ICUi. 1 : . >' ii'/el i -!< d i '.' ,il! pi 'ii\ii e a i'! eat' '. qiian! I; \ 1.1; 1 -il.:L! pin p. v-i - Aien,. 1 . v.'i' '•. Mii< tin \' MIII, 'i' i" 1 <|ii ,'e mlei • i-.-ted in d;iii'\ c.ittle an i r-'.'.';ne The Ru-.-aan-. ai 1 -- i.ilann.ng a la:'Ue up.-.\\ing in i -MI pr'idu.'tinii n I hen e' ''iiM'um' \' !,c. m the Gen. Kissncr home. Mr and Mis Fred Genrich, Mr and Mrs Kd Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Ali x Krueger, Mr and Mis l):ii i ell Hanson and family, Mr and Mis Gone Blanchard and lamilv. Mi and Mrs Fritz New- brmigh ;md Stevie. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Nowbrough and family, Mr and Mr.- Gerald Angus and iaimh. Mi and Mrs Harold An- L.es and family. Angus Cotton and N 1.. Cotton were guests Sunday :dli ; noon in Burl at the Delmar Aiii.'is home in honor of their •on Bob who is home on fur- I i M: .,,„! Mrs Delhert Blanchard 1[U | |> i( j..,, w ,,,-,. Wl .ekend miests jn n , .. M,,i n( , s al i| 1( . p;i |- e iital Al^x K\ai - holne. Stinda 1 . Mr.s Lawerence New- Ji.fly. Mrs n ,.,,.„ ,,. ;i ,mum:v :a:m-. , no .; . ,.,-,,,. •,,--••• t,,|, I VI' S' eh tint one '' :t '" ( "'" !l '' hi Mr - s Alex Kruger [u-siaii'^taied tVo'on'om'corvr'"' 1 •) I '-\ Kl1 - Cl|.m';h"i'l attends! of the Westinghouse TV Letters Contest Hu •num! \ lai a. o! a:e 17011 lain ill gelhiT le ll^akc Mr Seei\ tuiind (he Hii-:-ian.-. ! via v p i! iii i.n. i >.',,'! \ . v, iDi a i ;::e, : i! i!i-;i e tn -nix '.ve'l! \> it!: the aim.- lai.-cd they j"mi'(! m on a eiioru- o! Hie "lovav" l'o: n Son::. See|\ i-xjire.-.-ed liie iipmi'in that. j "M ivill lv i xpi Tim< nts -ui'h | 'hi- i no. \ i , i it!i l\u- -lan pe. iple a i Amei :••,'!] people uettill^ 'o.'.etli is I on ,, c. .mmon :n!ere.-,t tha' m i iio I he iii'is! t. lU'ards le.id in^ Mrs. Edmund J. O'Brien ! w '.".'.' (l " ll ' ll ' i '>'""" i "'- ••"'•' -<•'•" Whittemore, Iowa This beautiful Westinghouse 21" TV Receiver is being delivered Io Mrs. O'Brien. WESTINGHOUSE CAPRI TV Famous designer-inspired 21* TV sensation. Modern gray linen stripe, stain-resistant finish. Matching walnut finish base (optional, at extra cost) swivels for viewing convenience. The Granada, Model K62T21. Also jn mahogany finish, the Moniico, Model 861T21. Table TV only WONDERFUL BUY AT ONLY Consolation, award winners will be notified by mail. LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778 Algona CALUMET Baking Powder 16 oz. can KNOX, Unilavored Gelatine, pkg. CREAMETTES. 2 for SURE-JELL 2 for CFRTO soJlle 25c 29c 27c 27c C and H Cone sugar 10 Lb. $108 KL?:iSCHM^N!'; S Active Dry YedM :n nfev/ "Thritly Three's KARO Brand Syrup 5 Lb. LT. ran NESTLE'S ChotolaJe Morsels, 2 Pkgs. NESTLE Cookie QQ*, Mix. Pkg. w3C RAY'S MARKET ADVERTISfO IN THIS MONTH'S Picnic Planned By Lone Rock Auxiliary, Aug. Lone Rork — The Lono Hi.ck AiiH'iican LCHKIII Auxiliary will inci't W'.'dnesdjiy. Au.mist H witii a f;iniily picnic ;it Einnictsbui ;; p;i]'l\. Evry nnc is nski'd tn nn ' t ;it I ho schn'ol at 10:00. The Auxili- ;•!•>• will si'rvi 1 luncli at the county plowing match August iith. K;ich nii'iubor is ii.-kfd to bi'iiig lv. u b;i|jti in of Susan Angus li.iiighii-i "( Mr and Mrs Bob An;.'.'•- i'l I'.iut. at the Presbyterian '•lunch t!ii•:•(•. .Mr an 1 Mrs Milton Madison • iiv pan-tits of a son born last Mni]<l,iy at 8t. Ann hospital in Aluoii.i. The baby weighed eight pounds aiid has been named Kent Mary Ann Meyer and her girl fin tul. .liinp Murrav 1 of Sioux City .-()• nt si \eral days last week at th" Ki..!ik Meyer home. Mis .John Whitman and gii'ls of 11,-i vi luck. Mrs Grover Hostet- i'T. M:- Klixabeth Taylor. Miss .lull.i Il.iyek all of Morc'land. la. I and Mi • iioy llone\'cult of Tul.^a. .'(Jkla.. visited Saturday afternoon I .it Die Milton Madison home. i Mi .nid Mrs Herman Kramer ! called Thursday evening* at the | l\an Schneider home in West | Hi-ml. Sunday the Kramers at- j ti-nded a picnic dinner at Hum- 'boldt in honor of the Wilbur Modi es of Rosewell, New Mexico '.vho wei'e visiting here. Mr find Mrs Louis Broosclor nnd family were guests Sunday al the Vern Walker home in Algona at a picnic dinner. Mrs Kfitherine Collins, Liver- moro, mother of Mrs Merwin Marlow and a niece Judy Collins visited last week al the Marlow home. Monday afternoon Mrs Marlow entertained at a coffee party in honor of Mesdames Andrew Thomsen, Ralph Thompson, Ornie Behrends, Dick O'Donnell. Art Priebe, Marline Bailsman. Hugh Marlow, and Dave Lynch. Mr and Mrs Lyle Heiter and family of Emmetsburg and W. C'. Heiter were guests Sunday at the Clair Bollinger home. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Chas. Nelson of Cylinder were guests Sunday in Marshall, Minn., at E. Hoversten houv Mr and Mrs Art 7/umach and family attended a Peter reunion at Call park in Algona Sunday. Mr.s Lem Marlow and Jeff spent Tuesday evening at Erich Seegc- baith home. Mr and Mrs Dale Scliroeder and Susan .--pent Sunday evening with Mrs Kate Sehroeder at Fentun. Mr and Mrs Jerry Toller and Rose Mary visited from Thursday till Sunday at the Eldon Marlows. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph were dinner guests Sunday at. the Morris Bilsborough home in Titonka. In the evening they were supper guests at the Frank Richards home. Tuesday evening callers at the Howard Bierstedt home in honor of Howard's, birthday were Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna and Kenneth of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Walter Bierstedt and John of Whittemore and Mr and Mr.s Ferdinand Bierstedt of Fenton. In Fishing Contest Cliff Wickey, Algona, has entered a 12 Ib. 8 w.. channel catfish in the Storx fishing contest. He caught the catfish near Rutland. It measured 31'a inches. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends LOCALS Mr and Mrs Harold Sund*i ana children arc- on vacation this week ;.t ;i lake near Aitken, Minn. Mr and Mrs Hoy Sloffel and family spent last week vacationing at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling had Mr and Mrs Walter Lockwood of Hurt as guests, Sunday. Dean Taylor was host at a J. C. meeting at his home Momday evening. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling had as guests Sunday Mrs Sterling's sister Olive Bateman and friend. Forrest Prater of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Slrayer and family returned Sunua/ from Lake Okoboji where they had spent a couple of days. Helen Dingley was visited over the weekend by her brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. P. Nugent of Des Moines. Myrtle St John, who is employed as housekeeper by Dr. Hugh tloiger at Whittemore, spent Tuesday hen 1 with relatives. Mr and Mrs "Judd' St. John, ferry and Jim were dinner guests Sunday of the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Meyer. Mr and Mrs Arvid Dennis are moving into the Caughey apartments on east North street recent lv vacated by Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht. Mr and Mrs Tom Lundell drove to Spencer Sunday and there joined Mr and Mrs Claude Timmons, former Algonars, ana spent the day at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs R. J. Wegener have had as visitors, Mrs Onie Benson and daughters of Morris, Minn. The Wegeners are parents of Mrs Benson. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley have as guests their daughter Mrs Richard Boisjolie and three children, of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr Boisjolie will join them here the last of this week. Mrs James Brophy surgery at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week. She is improving slowly. Mrs Mark Sinn- ton is staying with her, Mf and Mrs Mitch Taylor and family and Mr and Mrs Leroy Lee and Debbie attended the reunion of Mrs Taylor's class at Fenton Sunday. Mr and Mrs R. J. Stephenson have as guests this week the lat- ter's' brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Forrest Waldrop of Powell, Tenn. Baptismal rites were held Sunday, July 24, at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church for Sandra Jane, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Gisch. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor entertained at a steak fry Sunday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydert and Mr and Mrs Milton Will. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strahorn and family attended a Reedholm family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Hall About twenty persons were in attendance. The August circle of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church will serve the regular monthly luncheon, Thursday, Aug. 4, iii the school hall. Mrs John Buscher :>nd Mrs Frances^ Plathe are charladies. ~Mr and Mrs William Funk had as guests Sunday the hitter's son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mis James Hainmen and family of I Manson. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Manser of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven were guests Sunday of their granddaughter and her husbani, Mr and Mrs Earl Booth. They were there to see the great grandchild Rhonda Lynn, born July 17 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Glen Hicks reiurned to Dubuque after a week's visit with her sisters, Mrs H. C. Meyer and Mrs Herman Baas and rela'ivo.s around Whittemore, and attending the recent Wehrspann reunion at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Mallard Snyder visited Mr and Mrs William Frit/, at Titonka, Sunday. The Fritz' daughter Linda. 8, ree.-ntly suffered a broken leg below Hit- knee when the swing she was playing in broke. Mrs Louise Peter has been visited by her son and daughter-in- law, the Rev. and Mrs Edwin Peter of Sylvan Grove, Kan., who concluded "the visit this week and went from here to Richmond, Va., to see their son Herbert, who leaches in the schools (here. Perry Hagg left Friday io go to school for 15 months a! a watch repair school at Elgin. III. Th's course is sponsored by the Imva Vocational department vvhic'i Is a division of the Stale Dcpt. of Education that helps anyone with a physical handicap. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht have moved into the house they purchased on West Nebraska si. which has been occupied by Mi's Bilsborough and daughter Jia. The Bilsboroughs have rented one of the apartments in the Mrs Rhoda Bonar house on east C'ol- lege street. Mrs Didriksen Rites Saturday Funeral services for Mr.s Martin Didriksen. H". a resident of Algona since her young womanhood. \vere held hist Saturday at 2:30 p.in;, at the Congregational church, with Rev. (3. l.eonaid Nelson officiating in the absence of the regular Congregational pastor, Rev. .llallauer. Burial was in Riverviow cemetery. Pallbearers were Al'oin Spongberg. Frank Cruikshank, Charles Deibler. David Smith. William Durant and VVillard Zeii>ler. Death came to Mr.s Didriksen last Thursday afternoon. July 2\. al the farm home of her daughter. Mr.s Wilbur Zeigler, northeast, of Algona. Mrs Dioriksen was born in nenmnvlc. Feb. 5. Iflfift. At ^tlio- age of 23 siie came Io the United States to become the bride of Martin Didriksen, who arrived in America a year ahead of hci They were married Dec. 10, 1892. They were the parents 01 four children. Two of the children preceded their mother _in death. Surviving are Mrs Zeigler, and Anton Didriksen ol Algona. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Stiilc <)l Inwii KS. Iii District (.mirt Kossnth C'ininlv .. No ft!l50 April Term. I!).>.•» TO AM, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. Tlint. nil instrument of writing purporting !<i DC ihi- Uist Will and Te.st;irm-nt nl' John A. Nelson. Deceased, diitcd HIP 8th d:iv ill August. UM-I. hnvinf. hocn tiled, opened nnd i-f.ul. Mnn- Rlh day of August. 1H55. is or hrnrlflK proof of s;u thi' Co lit House in- Algona. lou. line til- District Court of said Ci ur the ('Ink of said Court; .11 ten o'clock a.m.. of the d.i\ pr iiiiH'd ;\ll hcri-by notified pciir. mid sliow c:i ed and alloued Will and Trstaim sons intrrr'Slr-d arc id rpquirril In ,ip- 'sr. if any U«" li.'ivc, mild nut I)P iiiob.it- niid I in t lie \^ t „. ,, it ol s:iid diTi-iiM (I. I3;i1rd at Algonn. Inu;i. July 'Id. HI.TI. Alma Hrai'son. CliTk ol Ihi- Oislnrt Court iT'ulili':hcd .Inly 28. HISS, in Ttif Al- f.uiia ilnwai UppiT DCS Moincsi HOG ERYSIPELAS When erysipelas strikes your hogs, a single injection of Bieillin* I ; ortificd gives fast action plus prolonged effect that lasts for five days or more. You avoid repealed injections and handling. HONSBRUCH DRUGS Rexall Store Algona Goes To Camp Mr and Mrs Halph Bierstcdt took Janice to Okohoii Sunday where she will attend Walthe'r League camp this week. They were met there by Mr and Mrs August Schumell anil family nl Ruck Rapids and all enjoyed a picnic dinner. Beverly Warm r and Ruth Van Huron of Algou.i accompanied them. Birthday Surprise Mr and Mrs F.riih Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Donald Mai low .Ir. and Debbi". Donald Marlow, M' 1 and Mr:, P. W. Marlow and familv all of Lone Rock, Mrs Paul Olson, Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family of Burl. Mr and Mrs'Rich- ard Bristow and family of Lu- V'eni" surprised Mis Clara Mar- luw when they called Tuesday t veiling to help her celebrate her birthday. The self invited guests brought then own lunch. Club Year Ends Tlv Idle Hear club held its last meeting of the year last Tuesday at tne Ijj'cd Thilges home with Mrs Ode C'herlaiui assisting hostess. Nineteen members were present and the MyMery .sisters of the year wore revealed. Mrs Art. Pet.Min and Mrs K.d Tigges had charge of '.he entei tainment. Sunday the club held its annual family picnic at Lincoln Park in Fan muni. Mr and Mrs Rutland Baxter and Bari>ara wei e dinner guests Sunday at the Fred Kadini; home. Other t;ue-l> weii' Mr and Mrs Mai k Hoc and Dale, Mr.-, Minnie Khppel and Gay of Bonne, Iowa. Sunday attemoon the Ba.xters at- j Tended a leu'iion at Ayi>hire at tile Fl'i li Chi lsti.il ler holla 1 . Eddie I.ampe ,,f Jolhet. 111., Mrs Richard Lung ol liahciott, Mrs Anna N'ev.-ln .'in.'.h nf Humboldt, Mi and Mi:. Jim Lung were din- IIT vilest.- S'l.'iday at the Roger l.e.|l!4 home. M: and Mi-' Alheit Kurt/ and ! ik.'> "f I'"IK i 'if. pi i,t i he wei-k- i.'. ..t tin !:•::.. , : n.eii d.nigli- ' . aii.i iain.i • . 1;, \ i' K. Xor- 'i In S;iiida\ ,.l ii ; in .1 in Rev 1 , and Mi •• No:,\jin ano Mm i.-l alt.-nded ; • 'I'OI; |-,,iU>i at tl.e '! ed Fol .-trolll :•• •'! . iii AliM ; i (.';!>• in honoi of '•In : J)'. ii i 1 . i <!ii!!:.; a i a 11 \ e rsa ry. i -'!,•• :.• .1 ...hi ,,; 1!. v. No, dines.' -'.1: 1.1 !!., llailmall ol Decora'.) • '.:. ' h> r u., i.'-.i:lei and fain • \ i.'ll Ml 'I ll.,ll Lil! MIllS. M: .iivi Mi .-• Li o liamus and '••• • * ' • ..!!• d S-,.'iiLiv i veiling at i i. . i.,;i i.. ••:,,• in Alf.'.uiia. •• • '.• i M . • I 1 ': .a ,1. Fi.i it; .-pent :•'•••• :ii ••,,.. .1, ;:i A I.:.',, ina at I • 1 .!••' n ( I. .1, ' nan • •.'. . . •- Siii:'l,i\' iiiniier ••--•'PP'-I j"ae--t.-, in- lai M'. ' JM, , U'icl.ti Jl'.. I, ,,i:,i M: ,.i,il Mi> -I STOREWIOE CLEARANCE NOW IN FULL BLAST at the ISCH1LLES STORE Three-Day BASEMENT SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 30TH atch For FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIALS In the Basement • • - Exba Low Prices From 6:00 to 9:30 P.M. 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