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sea &, . 2^AI06ha (la.) Upper Oe* Molnei fhu Mr and Mrs Claude Seeley being, visited ibyj Mrs Christoj Me WhorleY of "Denver, Colo. Percy Atkinson and Otto West* ling were at Leo HeinenM Friday for a picnic lunch prepared 5 £hd Served by the men. ' >• ,"> ' •> \? Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy re> turned last week Thursday from a ten days vacation spent at Grand Rapids, Minn. Mrs Anna Madson was visited Sunday by her son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Ray Madseu and family, of Fort Dodge. Sheila Ann Hansen has concluded her vacation arid has returned .to her. hufsing ,'at * the Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines. • Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Carl Guderian and David of Cobb, Wis. The men are cousins. Robert Bell, Leroy Crapser and Elmer Phillips' recently went to Rapidan, Minn., for some fishing. , They report only fair luck. Kaiherine Fraser' who is employed at Minneapolis, Minn., spent the weekend here with.her parents, Mr ' and Mrs Clarence Fraser. Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen are being visited this week, by their grandson Brian 5 Schrarn,:. son lot Mr and > Mfs Herbert' Schramj of Clear Lake. ..-'"'•• Mr'ahdvMrs'Bert Crbnan-drove to Mason City, Monday, to meet their daufhter Opal, Mrs James Cronan of Plainview, Tex., who will visit here a few 'Weeks. Mr and.; Mrs Andrew Hansen and daughter Sheila Ann, drove to' Joice, Sunday and visited Mamie Kittleson, former teacher of Mr Hansen many years ago. Mrs Sarah Geigel was visited Tuesday by Mr and Mrs Henry Babler of Monroe, Wis. They had been at the Black Hills arid Canistota, S. D. and were enroute home. Mr and Mrs Herman Stiein- block, Judy and David spent Sunday at .Des Moines. Mrs Stienblock went to see her father, Walter, 77, who is a hospital patient. Irene Fraser who teaches_.at Owatonna, Minn. v has returned from a'vacatiorj trip to Cuba- She is at the home bf her parents. Mi- and Mrs Clarence Fraser till the opening of school. Mrs Ella Potter was in St. Ann hospital awhile ."ago" for a briet time but is. again at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer-Potter. Sunday she had as visitors Mr and Mrs Lee Pratt of Burt. Ann Haase has returned from Onawa where she spent a week with Karen Thompson and her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Thompson. Ann is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Gail Haase. Mr and Mrs Clyde Lloyd are parents of a daughter born Monday at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Misty Ann. She is the first child and her mother ife the former Sherrie Spear. Mrs Osia Thompson has returned from Eagle Grove where she visited a week with her sisters, Mrs Rhanda Thompson, Mrs M. O. Thompson, and Mrs Severt Nc'rvig and the respective families. Mr and Mrs'C. A. Gellenfeld have be,ert;\rififed by-their son-in-; fa"w and daughter, Mr arid Mrs .Marion Donahue .and family of FbresC Cltytarid tyjlliahi .fiocholz, cdusm bf fAf? Geile v nfeiatCff Ray mond, Minn. '.'•*» j - . . f Mi* and' Mrs Clem CavahaUcfh and Mr and Mrs Tony SchmiU drove to Clare. Sunday, tb ;; 'attend a dinner given 'blithe, woijrfen o. the' Catholic church'" tHere. ;Clem Cavanaugh is working in j the tfexall .drug stpre r a V Bfitt Hhis week. • • Mr and Mrs John Gerber had as. guests last Week the|16ttei^s.j3fd-; ther, Joe. Aeschliman of Secorj' III., and JohhiAlt and son Lloyd, of Medaryville', Ind, v The Alts alstf visited Mr and Mri iChris Alt, brother and sister-in-law Of John. Mrs Francis Wilhelmi and children have joined Mr Wilhelmi at Topeka, Kan., after a three month's visit here with the parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph iValen* tine. Mr Wilhelmi hasfljefen In service in Africa during; ; th'i$ time. ; *r\ ' Mr and Mrs Ted Fuchsen had Mr and Mrs George Stewart Jr.; and son Dickie of Phoenix, Ariz., as dinner guests Monday evening. Mr and Mrs fuchsen attended 3 family reunion Sunday; .at. the parental P. J. Fuchsen's at Whittemore. : ' >, Mrs Carrie'Haase was. visited last week by her son-in-law-and daughter, Ms and Mrs Harry Phillips .of 'Jewel and Glen Haase of Webster City. Another son-in-law and daughter,; Mr and' Mrs John Hammon arei expected this week from New ,Orlea!ns,! La. . • ' •'-;• s : " Mrs Ed Reiliy, nee Celia Plathe and her son and daughter came from Janesville, Wis., to attend a family reunion. They are at West Bend with Plathe relatives and- Mrs J. B. Mertz and Mrs Thilges. Mrs Plathe was employed by Mrs Ann Fechner in the Elite .hat shop 35 years ago. Mrs Kaiherine Gray went to Iowa Falls Tuesday to visit her mother. She is also getting some Household things, having moved into the John -Foth apartment on North Thorington street. : The William Foths have been > living in the apartment bul have now .renit'd and moved into-,, the l *'Cp»hey" -Herman house Which has been vacated by Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sr. were recently visited by their'sister- in-law, Mrs Jay Kent, of Mlssis- BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL! 1 Ream — 500 Sheets TYPING PAPER 98c Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. rtL ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORMS-SCREENS more long hours of changing and storing with permanent, self- storing Alumatics . . . once up, they're up for good! No tools, no ladders, no worries! You'save on fuel bills too! Alumatics have automatic weath- erstripping for protection from drafts . . . keep heat in and cold out.' Control your own ventilation instantly with a flick of the finger. Kohlhaos Hrfwe. Ed and Pat Cwllen NO STORM WlNpQVV CAN p COMPLETi WITHOUT VELGLIDE. c have jour salesman call. I undcnuncj ihcfc ij QO o Address Ci.y ..., Phone ... •'. ' ...'.• • i- t.- ; is - Ci • (•"' •• sippi, who went, fromihere to Winona, Minn., to ; spend; some time with her,;.sisteiv Mrs jW. C. tin'; ate^ imn Soft is m$l<$ M fty the Lumbejc'Cdrftpartf and hte .fatHel- is assisfani, 'tfiariagfer at Winonai The SfeDdugallS; .wiltibe wdl^ remembetey he^e, • Mr i«a Mrt fttd 0»l9*l «*• «n vafcatlbn and haVe gone.to Row- lei?, Mais., to attend a .national Jewift family reunWn. *hey dW sSrhe sight seeing enroiite and one pbiftt of, interest was the Niagara Falls from the Canadian side.' Their daughter, Mrs Gef- ,aJd > ypits ;qfj ^me^ i visited iher brother and sister-in-la;*, Mr and Mrs, Bob Geigel in'^ova Scotia, |4iM MfW (JfenTMent :a>|fa^ & Where- >slte? wiU ; ala-in ! in 5 Ore schiols.* The Qeigels •wfent on to their howf -••at Amar- ilip, Tex. During the absence of ,his wife. Mr Yoifi andtlltp6<spn J*a5Jit|es Rfcnard, hS\|e| b^en ' witfc Mr Vbit's pah-ents at E&iion. '} i , ' 1 .. y j - ~J t ,- ; ! Keerlel , iuen.deds services for Antp^ny' Keene," 76, an \mcle, at Des 1 Moines, Saturday. .He is a former resident of Whittempre, .going there in; 1928^ TWo-- brother^ Qasper oP 'Des Moines, 1 arid Theodo : re of Whitte- niofe, also survjve. ; ' ' " ' teles in tHiree accldtnts during WejWeeReind ; in the ribrth half of Kbssuth Cdunty., Depjity Sherifi Don Wood investigated the crashes: . . 1 jAn noito fdrlvenr- by ?Jobl jMratl» cis Vollmar, 16, Bahcrofft" hit'ia •bump;ai^d rolled' into a, diicH- 2|4 BftDcroiJK Si ituYdaj^ ,-Ti^Qriiiii^ Bt^8 a.i*l.t .Brei'lBs VoUniaV? 2fr,i"a Ras- se^ger fit Ifie aut6| received a but oil the arm anJ»Jpetgdt s^cratbhes md i gravel t oatm* ? Both were iAafeaVat? St., Anft l hdspltal. An istimateaj |3OT damage "?eButted 'Adto| a [ driven ^ .by,! Bi^tia M.' lAfra, Romrtd,'.wd ChHrles'cR. : Ipok, Bemidji, Mnn., collided a Irtife. south arid thfe^f'nfflLteS east* of Elmore at 5:45 p.rt.-Saturday. Each ear was "damaged an esti- « _ * A« *4^: •*•'!•; - '" '- '.. , A? f>ick*up, driven by Mildred •W. "Green bf Cambridge, crashed two miles west of Swea City Monday at 9;45 a.m., but luckily the driver and three pfisseftgetS Deceived only minof; hurts. .; • The vehicle went off, the road OMtd the shoulder, ricocheted back and; forth across thKhighway afrtd finally rolledj into a ditclw fWo boys, Gary Green, 14, and riichaM Ballard, 6, were riding iff the back of the truck, and Mrs Richard Ballard, 30, was in the cab with the driver at the time of the accident. All four are .from, Cambridge and were- headed' 'on a fishing trip at the time. • The, Ballard boy had 1 his right shoulder injured, young Gree.n got; a 'skinned arm, Mi's Ballard got bruises, a ?Ut riose .nnd forehead, and Mrs Green injured her» i righft ? hipil All I fauj-fcwesa treated by Dr. Snyder in Swea City. The highway was strewn for- a . time with equipment that ivbs; thrown* from : the truck. Air estimated-', $450- damage- to the jpickup was reported. * -Si Mr' ii ? Vt. i.r ii>. -f i * i 5 ? ill "' I Four Inducted 1 ! ' j Four Kpssuth young men were inducted into the armed "forces at Des Moines, last week, andmre at ' <3amp Chaffee,.'Ark. ;Thei jare Donald J. .darken Of Lu Verne, Harvey B. Isebrand of TUorilla, Harold G. Grandgenett : df gt.j Benedict and Robt. F. Dodds Off Algona. . , ,-,.. V/; i -' , ' Washington bid fardwell officers -of his army at Fraunce's Tavern in New 'York City.' ' • - •. - *', -.1: ••<• Li v; ,' /' Mention Dewel IDuane E. DeWel, sttte seaator frorri JCossutfi couiity^has b«en otte Of four Re|jUblicaflS htehtion- ed as a possible candidate tor the G.O.P. nomination for ?lieutenam governor : ip the" fl956. race, with the .announcement that Lt Gov. 'Leo Elthori AviU »ot_be a candidate. • . . . • Others mentioned. »in ; political stories from Des Moines arc Sen. JL T. PrentiSiOfiMountiA^r, Rep. -Wendell Pendleton of5tom» lake and; Rev. Ernest Kosek of Cedar Rapids. A Contract Let On New City Sewer A Bagley firri^ Clark>nd FritzJ Construction Col.'was the'sUfcijass-' nil bidder on two^ewer projefcts following opening dfjbids during thei; weekly council meeting Thursday ,nigM».-, \i j*.,. Sanitary %Wer, for 'fife hewly * established difcmct rfum ( Berli2 in .the northvye^ ^portion 'opAliojia Sand storm Sewer jfoi*' tlfe'EM vh& i ;&tri^tsf; > are,a, >will, lae, j'ttia'tva totM cbSt df $31;-' ;80p.4p'.as;- : soort as necessary tile * is * available. the big oiie. $24,981, and ,„.. .bid i*aa almcfel *3 of Efn'nei' and Other bldd^Fs that rts»wi«icsH **«.*> f *•*«*""- w -?t 090.20, and-f hbrsoh' GoflSttuctiori Co./ Balatoft, Minn, i$31j,0 • UfM< .. ; '; 'ilB, lM^llW**|C>-'WBhw*»«<*^i: - >"% V : I"' '%j 'ji^-f•ijry* s *-t^' ,f' ' -'•' .''''•' ' '' t m^j^M- ! .fHreil-fTii^ ^6*ff WW'Hr, , Justice,, C, ^.^fePflpl court . ?Ehe , BM? :an storm sewer proj«at^ -Slid fheVfhoiteon b*Sd v 6n 'thisv portion' was $6.400, or $400 under Clark and Fritz, the fhoWon Bid was tied—they wanted BfeUv ot Bionei Ernster's bid v " ' " was for $7^98,, was $6,295. , »• . •- . ^•:- i Building 'permits for Dick Norton, Glen "Harms, Mrs J. H.. Niel-f SdiU M^lVfcf * 5 Ba#,i iJtohnKSttfehl Craig, SnpWi, and John R. Carroll were approved; Bay is building L*jii-. L^J—-^ Overmeyer Drive Valued at $15,2001 Jri" Jariiee Klinker iowri for -failure ,of th;e: ' zeriihl j|68i..^ald, t $S,and costs dO^.' wi i dsllniqU.lni" . trtlck wad assssS^d $S and~ costs fop faiI A L. CfavtfoVdf Masbft'.vGHy, t paid •. $10 'afiaYeWsts fdr-ffiili«g. w have a registfation'Cieit'd aM delihdUirit' . fetHetv* Jtom which will, | }. I M»|fjiiitifb Was* lurn^ raihance. JJiUIllcfilt.^;. • : ; ; '{Cili-ibilte: were 'paid and Mrs Nat Ban^s 5 iva? appointed by the mayor to replat*t\V»>. G. Dewel ' f Ji__.' 1±k._uK_«k. B>u>v«£»SI^ tf*iT« f at*fv4 . Her term J9$6. on fhe library -will expire J^w, _ . v :Has Heart AMtjck "••'"*" t—MISH.W. nospHHi in «i^on»» w»Rre sue ^p? placed in an oxygen tent- She ;i4 slowly improving- Hear * -• • - - uvajiauie. slowly improving- ner ««ugnn.-r, i'he sanitary sewer prcyect is Mrs Wilbert Haberkamp of Ros- j . • ^-'t Vf * i 1 « t fiJ'i f'TI ! • j f i'J'i I 5-1 i I ' » .LL-LJ!!-1-I_1 -L^J^TJ: Harbld Redlrig-of the grand chaftlplbii baby b8ef • at the Humboldt' Cbuftty^fair) Me showed S Hemfifd. This Is his second ' ye'aiT, for Chitting grana . champion. John also won tha showmanship' award/.; ',;!'••' • Bicillin Fortified Advertised In ,This Month's FARM & HOME Section HQNSBRUICH OFFER GOOD RIOHTS RESERVED;; SUM-R-MD COUNCILOAK SAVE THE BAGS FOR EXTRft 5ftV/NG$f 14 '" '' WITfiS T COUNCILOAK COBFEEBAG5 TENDER; SAYOK? BOSTON BUT1 PORK LB. FRESH-FROZEN SWEETENED RED RASPBERRIES 1C Baby Beef Hind Quarters Pet Pound CUT & WRAPPED i SWEET/LUSCIOUS MALAGA GRAPES GOOD ."COOKERS" RED POTATOES j Fresh PORK Steaks u I U. S. GRADED "GQOP? DIEP [CHUCK MJKT I U. 8. QRADED "OOOD" BEST ! ROUND & SWISS STEAK I FRESH, 100% PURE •!. White Loaf 5ff Ib. bag f*. • * Mk *" «^ »»%»r-»t'»»'.- M^ •• / r.r.-^»<M4M, PETER PAN PEANUT PUTTER , « •« .-«* .. A A 31 •i • i«U i 1 - IV'-.• CHAN §W||P Each We '**;• \ ^J.-iW-V : s -if / I.

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