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Sf, Benedict Picnic Is Huge Success Sunday Si. Benedict—The parish picnic turned out to be quite a success. The coolness of the day helped play a great .part. The church ground proved, to be an ideal place for the occasion. Many parish members broughit friends and relatives and from all appearances it seems that a good time was had by all. Free coffee was served. The fol lowing ladies were responsible for this fine deed: Mrs Nick Arndorfer, Mrs Raymond Harig and Mrs Otto Youngwirth were heads, and assisting were Mrs Harry Thilges, Mrs Matt Bormann. Mrs Art Rosenrrieyer and Mrs Lawrence Cink. There was also a re- freshment stand which seemed to give those serving the public a busy time. A thank you to all these giving tHeif time. Mrs Joseph Namer, Mrs George Dorweiler and Mrs Albert Bormann made up the committee in this stand. Lucille Kutschara helped, Mrs Martin Seller and Joseph Namer. Mr and Mrs John' Hartin of Sioux City visited at the John Ludwig's, Ben Dorr's and Dan Froehlich's last Monday. The weekly card party was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs Al Rosemneyer. High Was won by Mrs Philip Arndorfer, The next party will be at Mrs Ben Dorr's. On August 1 Henry Arhdorfer was operated upon at Roche'ster. He had been having very severs headaches and pressure from some source was almost unbearable.' He was on the table five hours. He is home now after having been there five days. We are all.hopi- ing for a rapid recovery. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAtfT IT FRIDAY And SATURDAY AUGUST ShopPenney's And Save !! STORE HOURS: 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday till 9:30 p.m. Sat. till 6:00 p.m. PENNEY'S SHEER NYLONS !! Dollar Day Special! 60 Gauge 15 Denier New Fall Shades Sizes: 8V4-11 Ladies/ Stretchable Nylons 98c DOLLAR DAY VALUE! 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BATH TOWEL FACE TOWEL WASH CLOTH 77c 45c 19c "Stock up Now" during this SPECIAL 1 | Wyt §lgona Upper ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1955 VOL. 92 - NO. 32 Municipal Band /n?50fh Year Sizes: 8-16 MILIUM LINED "For all weather Comfort "And Economy" NEW FALL SHADES' GIRL'S FALL COATS In Jhe above photograph is the Algona Band as it looked while playing a concert at the local Methodist Church in 1927. At this time the members had just purchased a set of new uniforms to add a little more sparkle to an already illustrious organization. Most of the members living are still residents of Algona, and to most citizens they must be familiar indeed. Pictured from left to right: back row standing; Lawrence Gillespie, Frank Ostrum, Rudy Guderian, Tony Guhel, Jack Stebbcns, was held Friday, Aug. 5. Mr Bullock had been employed on the Kenneth Patterson farm 5Vz miles north of Swea City. Miiurice Bartholomew, John Musing, Wilbur Zicglor, Fern Ilohn Lester Lease, and Al Spongberg. First row sitting: Harry SpoiiK- berg, Glen Raney, Moody Huenhold, Anderson; Chuck Nicoulin Kay Norton, Marv Calver, Elmer Kelly; Ralph Ilorigim, Enirksnn,' Ted Larson, Ray Wheeler, Lou Guderian; Pete Murtha, Leonard Schmidt and Fred Bartholomew. The director was Mr Geeht. Tin- ladies aro from left to right; Mrs C. H. Crel/.meyer, an unidentified soloist Mrs Joe Aimer, Mrs Ray Norton, and Mr? N. C. Rice. S. W. Bullock Rites Held At Mf. Ayr, Aug. 5 Swea City—S. Wilbur Bullock, 43, died at his home Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 2 a.m. Death was caused by a heart attack. Survivors include his wife and four children. The body was taken by the Curtis Ambulance 'to Mt. Ayr. on Thursday where the funeral Girl Scout Program A training program for Girl Scout leaders will be held in Algona for four days September 7 and 9, 13 and 15. There will be a two-hour session each day, but the site has not been chosen yet. There will also be an all-day session at Call State Park for out-door training. Anyone interested in Girl Scout leadership will benefit from this training under the leadership of Mrs Helen Kelley and Mrs Helen Mikes. Mrs Opal Ankenbauer is leadership chairman. #$>o3y8!o*SB8^^ PIANO SALE! Save $ $ $ on New Spinet and Console Pianos SPECIAL DISCOUNT on all new band instruments during month of August Ask About Our Instrument Rental Plan! LORAINE'S- MUSIC SHOP 101 W. State St. Algona . Cam<»»**aC83a»8Sa*«83E^^ In this photo a section of the band, dressed in clown outfits' for a local celebration, is shown. From left to right are; Harry Spongberg, Frank Ostrum, Rudy Guderian, Bay Donahue, Al Spomjberg Elmer Kelly, and Lou Guderian. WATCH Our Window For Some Spectacular DOLLAR DAYS SPECIALS! REGISTERED JEWELED AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ALGONA, IOWA Farm Council Undertakes Rat Eradication A program for the eradication of rats is underway for Swea City and community. At the July meeting of the farm council under the leadership of vocational agricultural instructor Verlie Nie- eum, the farmers voted the rat control project. On Tuesday night, Aug. 3, a committee mot with the City council presenting the proposition, and the council voted to go along with the farm council with their plans for getting rid of the pests. The July meeting was the first meeting of the adult farmers for the coining year and members for the council were named as follows: President, Wayne Thompson; Secretary, Cecil Thoreson; directors include Harvey Lai-son, Earl Kvamsdale, Richard I. Anderson, Reuben Hok-omb, Glenn Olson, Albert Anderson, Darrel Newlin, Walter O'Greon, Walter Peterson und Win. Phelps. The Goodwill truck will be in Swea City Monday, Aug. 15. Friends are asked to bring used articles to the Methodist church where they will be pit-kill up for :he Goodwill industries. In his iippeal for donations, Rev. Hammer says, "Don 1 ! throw it away— throw it in the Goodwill bag." Mr and Mrs Ralph Priebe and Ihcir grandson Lowell Doocy, left for Austin, Minn. Friday after visiting several days at the home )f her sister, Mr and Mrs August X. Peterson. The I'riebes recently sold their farm home near Austin, and are leisurly driving on a •light-seeing tour west, with a new location in mind. Mrs riebe was honor guest at a party Tuesday p.m. at the Peterson )ome. Mr and Mrs Albert Eggers and Jaughters, Mary Maude and Mar- uret Ann, Ankeny, were dinner jut'sts Saturday of the Selmer Jhrs. They were on their way o Winnebago, Minn, to visit his nothi'-r. One time Swea City esidents, they have since lived it Estherville and Ankeny. They vill move soon to Farwell, Tex. vhere 'Mrs Eggers has been en- aged to teach in the school. M" ggers also will be employed. Vlary Maude was recently gradated from Bob Jones university n Greenfield, S. C. and will each this fall. Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson, rlr and Mrs Ralph Walker and drs A. M. Youngquist drove to 3kobo.ji Friday night to hear a rogrum of music presented by a liurus of young people who are ttenciing Bible Camp at Walner League Camp. The Rev. 'oungquist has been there tin; ast week with a group uf youii;; oiks from Itmnanuel Lutheran mreh. The WCTU will meet Tuesday fternoou at the home of Mr.-: ennie Mi-Crury. Mrs Fred Sey- will be program leader. The leeting begins at 2:30 p.m. Mrs Edna M. Smith and her rother, Paul Black, both of Alona, were guests Tuesday of Mr nd Mrs Walter G. Smith. Admiral Farragut entered the favy at the age of nine. In 1916 the city of Algona voted in a band fund lax and since that time has sponsored an Algona Municipal band, but the boys were blowing thei;- horns many years before that. According to Lawrence Gillespk>, who played a number of year.-! in the band, it would be safe to say that Algerians have been li.s'lening to a town-peoplid band /or belter than fifty yarn's. A list of the musicians that have played in an Algona band reads like a city "who's who", down through the years, and most are names that still exist in fact or memory in the conversations and activities of today. Band business was big business in the days of the 20's anci Aigona was known as having one of the greatest bands in the state. Families used to gather together on the court house lawn for musical enjoyment from Sousa marches to the ever popular walt/es. featuring perhaps the cornet of Lou Guderian, The band received invitations to play in ami around the county, and playcci concerts in such places as Greenwood Park in Des Moines, and on every Fourth of July at Hand's Park. And so the .Algona Municipal band kept playing through the many years, under such directors as Prof. Fritz Gran/ow, Gecht, Theo Herb.st, Oren Spaldin«. etc., down to the present and Kusseii Glister. Guster took over the band in 1945. In 1!)47 concerts began taking place at Ihe Athletic Field, where they are still being presented on Thursday nights during t h e summer months. Besides Ihe regular concerts, the band plays for many local celebrations, and usually put-: in an appearance at tin- county fair. At presenl the band consists of f>7 members. Last Thursday, August 4. Ih; 1 band played numbers in tribute to the Ion;.; years of music played by Algona Municipjl bands. Beginning wi'h ,i selection written by Gus'.er for tin; Centennial, which he calls "Medley 1UUO-191U". the band played songs that Algona musicians from the past to present have played --- old stand-by marches, "Sleepy Lagoon", and .Jerome Kern's "Showboat." Aiul so we salute an organi/ation that lu.s been a par! of Algona hie, dinvn through the years, the Algona Municipal Band. Changes In Catholic Priests An announcement r e c e n t 1 v from the Most Rev. Joseph M. Mueller, bishop of the Sioux City dioce<e of the Catholic church gave the following appointments: The Kt. Kev. Ms.gr. Francis Schultes. vice lector of Ml. St. Bernard seminary at Dubuque, will became pastor of St. Peter and. Paul's Catholic church at West Bend. The Rev. Walter Bruch, assistant pastor at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Fonda, to be at St. Peter und Paul's in West Bend. The Rev. Louis, Greving. administrator at St. Peter and Paul's church at West Bend, to St. Mary's parish at Pomeroy and St. Joseph's mission at Palmer.