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4-AI|dfla (la.) Uppef &** Malflol thuruJoy, Aufluit 3S, 15 Ft. Stalk Despite Drouth The Iweatfher has turned against ihe? corn crop in KosSulh County the past month, but not before "the county had pfocltitdd some 15-foot stalks as illustrated aboVe. This picture was taken on the farm operated by Ernie Nauman south of Burl, and owned by V. C. Smith 6f Algona. The stalk against which a six-year old boy is leaning was exactly'15 feel tall and so were its neighbors. One of the 15-foot stalks was on display in front of the Upper DCS Moines Publishing Co. building during the fair. (UDM foto). Wesley To Be Scene, Several Weddings Soon Wesley—Barbara Jean Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Smith, was honored at a pre-nuptial Shower Sunday afternoon, Aug. 21, in St. Joseph's Parish Hall. • 500 was played with high score prize going to Mrs Mildred Arndorfer and low score prize to Mrs Maud Studcr. Katharine Dietrick received the door prize. , : Miss Smith will become the bride of William Dietrick on Saturday morning, Sept 10, To We<i Aug. 27 Marlene Bauer will become the bride oi Will Clements Saturday morning, Au,g. 27. They will be married in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9 o'clock, Plan Church Supper .1 Members''of St. Joseph Catholic parish will serve a roast beef dinner to the public Sunday, Sept. 25. Farewell Party Mr and Mi's Don Powers were honored at a farewell party Saturday evening at the R. E. New- much, bruugh home. They arc moving soon to Webster City where hs is now employed. Pre-Nuptial Shower Darlene Lickteig-, daughter of Mr and Mrs Urban Lickteig will bo honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday, Aug. 28, in St, Joseph's parish hall. She will become the bride of Kenneth Forburger, son of Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger on Monday, Sepi. 12.- Moines. Mr and Mrs Clarence' Doi'iibier, and .Darlene, Mr and Mrs Joe Miller and Virginia and Mr and Mr.s Vincent Cruise attended the wedding Tuesday morning Aug. 15, of Rosemary Yegge, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Albert Yegge and Vaughn Hoover, i son of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover.; Mrs R. J. Saunche of Eau Claire, 'Wis., is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes. Clarence Lilleskov of Zumbrata, Minn, spent the weekend at Mrs Ida Funnemarks. He took home with him his wife and son Tom-' my, who, had spent a week here.. Mrs Funnemark , accorripahied them home for a few days visit, and then went on to Edgely, N. D. to visit the Charles Halvor- sens. Mr and Mrs John Paulson and daughters wentito New Richland, Minn, last week to attend funeral services of her grandfather, Geo. W. Smith. .Mrs Paulson and her father, Clarence Smith of Kanawha accompanied the body to Mt. Carroll, 111., for burial. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb received word Sunday of a new granddaughter born that morning to Mr and Mrs Robert Mitchell of • Leslie, Migh. Rev. and Mrs Webb plan to visit relatives in Michigan in mid-September. David Funk of Fontana, Kan. is spending several weeks with his uncle, George Detmering and 'amily. Don Kraus was ill last week and unable to be at the store gona visited briefly Sunday with Mrs'Foth's mother, Mrs Irene Studer enroule to Clear Lake. ' Mr and Mrs George' Rick6 went to Dubuque Saturday morning to visit her mother, Mrs Mary Stufflick in a hospital there. They were joined by Mrs Ricke's brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arden Havlarid of Minneapolis. They returned Sunday^vening and report that they drove through a "lovely" rain east of Charles City. " * Mr and Mrs.LeRqy R.iCke and th'eir r youngest child,' Michael, left Saturday morning on a week's.' trio. They visited their .daughter, Betty, in Qhicago, and did some sight-seeing in that part of the country. Mr and Mrs Tom Hanley, of Qtoscy were weekend guests "at the home of their daughter and family, the Fred Thomas. , Connie and Eunice^Studter of Albert Lea spent the weekend at the Herman Studer home. Guests at the Joe Weig home Sunday, Aug. 14, were Mr' and Mrs Maurice Roach and three-sons and Mrs Esther Roach of Mason City.- Guests-at the Weig home last Sunday were Eugene and Caroline Schuler and Charles Monson. The dinner was -in honor of Caroline's birthday. Mr£ Theresa Foertsch was honored at a birthday party by a group of relatives. Her birthday Was Friday, Aug. 19. • ' Minnie'Frjmml and her sister, Mrs Lucy Brabic, the latter of Ft. Dodge* Visited relatives in Mar- cngb the past two weeks. Mrs ' Thekla Eisenbacher was brought home Sunday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been since Tuesday for medical care. Her son-in-lavy and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis. will be at the parental home till Sept. 1. Algona Govt. Cost , Per Person Low Algona's per person cost of expense for general government was well below the state average for the year 1953 in clue's of over 5,000 population. The Algona .av.erage was $1.42 and the state average' was $2.42. ; The per person cost of operating the fire department was also far below the state average, which was $4.27. The Algona average was only $1.22. But the per person cost of running the police department was slightly above state average. The state average, is $4.50' and Algona's per person cost was $4.60. All figures are for the year 1953, as prepared by the IOWR Taxpayers Association. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Ki'afl Mrs Lyle Marknv entertained the Burt Friendly birthday fclub at her home Tuesday, Aug. Ifi. The afternoon was spent playing 500, prizes going to Mrs Henry tietz and Mrs E. L. Wittkopp. Mrs Eva Thompson of West Des Moines was an overnite guest Saturday at the : Ale;x Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Carl Gates and family were dinner guests Wednesday at the Alfred Schipull home.' Sunday the Schipulls Were dinner guests of the Carl Schi- pulls at LuVerne. Wednesday callers at the Wallace McArthur home were Mrs Mabel Nickel, Alden,. 111. Mrs Edith Gates and Ervin Cates and son Ronald, of Bassett, Wis. Gilman Worden of WHlwdrth, Wisconsin. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs McArthur and" Mrs Ruth Dutton attended a wedding at Forest City. Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and family were guests Sunday in Ames at the A. L. Jackman" hon-.c. Donna and Linda, who have been visiting there since Wednesday, returned home. Sgt; and Mrs Gordon Wegener of South Carolina were supper guests Monday at Dale Wegeners. Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener of Algo'na were evening callers. Evening callers at the Howard Bierstedt home were Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman and family of LuVerne. Sunday, Aug. 14, the Bierstedts attended the wedding and reception for Carolyn Friod- rich and Oryille Kressm at Fenton. FISH Some lowans brought.back one of the best fish stories of the year, from a trip to Idaho. Abe- and 'John Goerft))at, of Pelhi, brought back two rock sturgeon w?igh- ing 125 and 90 pounds each. Ottosen News Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer visited Friday evening at the Art Tabor home in West Bend. Mr and Mrs James Barber and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius were Sunday dinner guests at the Alf Lee home near -Britt. The five,, children of Mr and Mrs Rudy Berninghaus of Wjhtt- temore visited at the homo' of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk this past week, while their parents were on a fishing trip to Minnesota. Mrs Lowell Kropf and son of Bossier City, La. spent from Monday till Thursday at the Sam Kropf home. Sunday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter and Donny and visited her parents, Mr-and *Mrs Peter Dahlhauser at Whittemore. Evening visitors the •SSSSSSSSSSS/SSSMSSSSSSSS/SSSSSM^ Win Blue Ribbons I'rainc Pals and their families held a picnic dinner on Wednesday, also their loaders, Mrs Herman Wise and Mrs Leonard Arn- dorfcr. The.- group received a goodly number of blue and red ribbons on the garments exhibited. The booth won a blue ribbon. The 6 year expense account, book of Charlotte Wise will go to the State Fair. Home On Furlough Eddie Dornbier and Ray Smith of Parks Air Base, Calif, came Sunday morning for a 10-day furlough at their parental, Clarence Dornbier and Richard Smith homes. Eddie wil} go t" Sheppard Air Base in Texas, and Ray will go to an Air Base in Illinois, Move To Spokane Master Sergeant John Shcp- pard, his wife, the former Rita Wingert, moved the tore part of this week to Spokane, Wash. He had recently returned from North Africa where he had served 14 months. The family had lived here in the Dewey Wilson home. Kay Hilbert, daughter of' Mr pnd Mrs Norbert Hilbert, is employed at the office of the Bankers £afe Insurance company at Mason City. She began work Monday, Aug. 15. Judy Hilbert spent last week with her sister, Joan Hilbert, at Fort'Dodge. Joan is employed at the Gold Coast Supper Club. Mrs Esther Swanson of Burlington concluded a ten day visit, Aug. 24, with her sister, Mrs Ray Hansen and family. Other weekend guests i/i the Hanson h.ome were Mr and Mrs Jack Hanscn of Topkea, Kan., and Mr and Mrs Ray Madsen of Des Moines. /"Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson and her sister, Ajny Anderson, returned Thursday from a week's visit with the Frank Johnsons 01 North Dakota, and other They attended funeral for a cousin at Oakes. Mr and Mrs Glenn Fuller and .children moved this week to Hwnboldt. Mr Fuller is working for the Coca Colu Bottling t Works. Two of the children will attend school there. Glints at the Or- -Pi» u .l Wurner home over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Stanley Prici- The annual Chicken dinner will be held -at the Methodist church Thursday, Sept. 8. They will have a bazaar plso. Mr and Mrs iFloyd Dolan of Alexander, S. D. visited, the Geo. Vitzth'ums last week., ' Mrs Will Haltermari entertained 10 children and mothers at a Darty Monday Aug.- -22 for her daughter, Jean's 6th birthday. Mr Halterman is on a vacation trip to Canada with a group of fishermen. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson went • to Garner, Sunday, for a picnic in the Stewart home. Marie Weiland of Whittemore,- a former Wesleyan fell and broke the bones of her foot last week. She is in a cast up to her knee. ' Mr and Mrs Wayland Frederick and sons of Arlington were Sunday guests at the Herman Wise home-. The women are sisters. , , . ' Mr and Mrs Mike Wagner spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs A; N. Richtsmeier entertained at a family dinner party Sunday in honor of the Isi wedding an,piversa/y uf their son-in-law and, daughter,-Mr and Mrs PaupSchmitt of Aduza. Rev. and Ivjrs Percy Carlssion left Monday morning,, Aug. 22 for two weeks vacation at Otter Tail Lake, Minn. Mr 'and "Mrs"Les'ter Larsr>n and Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson and t a m i 1 y attended the annual NixJland family reunion at Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday, Aug. 21. Mrs Martha .West and Walter, Mr and Mrs Paul Studer and family, Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitztlmm and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Matern and family, Adam and Julius Ma,tern joined Mr and Mrs Ben Matern and two daughters of Meservey and Mr and Mrs Bill West and family of Mason City for a picnic Sunday at a park at Garner.. . , , . , - -'. ;• • ; Mr ,a'n'd 'Mrs B,iic! Hauptfnan and family of Bancroft i KM- ... n :uv| Mr Sk-vc; ul DCS d«iy dinner guests of Mr and Gayle Studer and family.' • •Gloria,: Ruth and Charlotte .Wise spent l*ist we£k ih*'Aigona' wStfi tneir grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Voss and attended the Ko.ssuth County Fair. George Cink waS brought home Friday from St. Ann hospital, Algona where he had been several weeks for medical care. Mrs Helen Johnson arrived, home Thursday of la:;t week from a vacation trip to Buffalo, New York, where she visited her son,«William Johnson and family. Mr and Mrs Dennis Viuthuin and family of Sheldon spent tin. weekend ;it tile puicntal, Leo GucU and George ViUthuii. homes. Al; 1 and Mrs Bill Futh and chil- dn.ii ,Mi'l Mi ;ind Mr I.i c \ n- dciV.'uui and ci:.i'Ji L-JI. tii: i..f Ai- This Week's SPECIALS Out At East End Grocery IN HEAVY SYRUP NO. 214 CANS PEACHES ICans $1 GOLDEN MAID YELLOW OLEO 5Lbs.$1 CANNED NO. 2V4 < TOMATOES...., Uans IN HEAVY SYRUP ' NO. 2V4 I APR!COTS.....JCans51 CANNED 3Q3 < PEAS or CORN.. 8 Cans CANNED 303 L 10MATOES.....?Cans$1 SALAD BOWL QUART SALAD DRESSING .,.'.„. fc NO. 2'/ 2 CANS NO. 2'A CANS 3Q3 CANS 303 CANS flSta tnt MW tit'to m no, tern eotr eovusi, * twimt Mtw HIS twiy sttctt Mu WMKAk mooek 6PIN Md< Ot A MX tot IN A TMIH. m ton, wtKtt if in rttt ' rot/up, watty fftf *M MiUt »Mt tt> di/H ty * rtttow MIHT 3ft MK KWM. IHWS ttomt r*st...TMHis M too. * kteut tmur tut rttMt aitfftt MOM mttKKiL mt tut snact <# M Mmttt m A taws »tttt wettm nut, /t tutokt # m «*#* m tnsr MSTMUA ... niwir HM WM TM MtUHSt AH MM Mi AM* VHttt tMtttHXrtOH IH HIVMILIH tt't KMHU 4 t*tnunt eunuue txtittt runt Mm tt tut Nwtt tiKttn m iKtutm m KKMMI M svattM IH.USSOUH IH M^UHItttltN «t sau been changed to Aug. 26 with Mfs W. G. Cooper and Mrs Eugene Hofius hostesses. .Election of officers will be held at this meeting. , i Mr and Mrs Ray Frieden returned home Thursday evening after spending a few clays visiting relatives. • . . • Mr and Mrs Peter Enuckson, Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson and Mr and Mrs Roy Enocksun drove to Olivia, Minn.. Sunday," Wherts they visited a brother and sister of Mrs Peter Enockson: Mr and Mrs Dallas Coyle ;md daughter Charlotte of Fairmont, Minn, spent Sunday a', the Mike Coyle home. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family were overnight guests at the Harold Montandon home at Iowa Falls Aug. 13. Next day the two families attended the 76th General Hospital reunion held at Pine Lake* Wildlife Clubhouse at Eldora. About 50 men with their families were present. Mrs Essie Cooper accompanied her son and daughter-in-law, 'Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper and children, Charles and Arlys of Sutherland on a trip over two thousand miles this past week. They were sightseeing in Eastern Iowa, went through the Wisconsin Dells, spent one day in Chics, go and were as far north as Du lulh and Superior. They returned home Saturday evening. Moore, Titonka; Mrs Wm. Mc- Kitii, Algotia; and,Forrest ; Felt, » .. * »^. '.=, A. , 1 1 ' • « LuVerfi6. Sentence Bank Robber Waechter home were Mr.and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg and Mr and Mrs Orlin Olson of Fort Dodge visited Saturday afternoon at the Ted Underberg home. Mrs Elizabeth Anliker and family of West Bend were Sunday supper and evening visitors there. Mr and Mrs Donald Wehring and daughter of Des Moines were weekend visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen spent Sunday afternoon and evening of Aug. 14 at the Bible Conference at Lake Okoboji. Wednesday, Aufg. 17 Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson and Orville and Ronald were at the Eldon Ellingson home near Burt to celebrate the first birthday of Roger, son of Mr and Mrs Eidon Ellingson. Mr and Mrs Irl Bell and family of Pearson, Iowa, were overmgnt visitors at the Percy Watnem home Saturday.. Lee Holt of Spencer was a Weclr nesday caller at the Jesse VanBuskirk home. >Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family attended the Schultz family reunion at .the Ernest Meyer home at Whittemorc Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann were Tuesday evening suppe: 1 guests in Fort Dodge. MYs Marie Haug of Bode spent Sunday at the Olvin Haug home. Other visitors Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and Susan of Algona. Wednesday night supper guests at the Percy Watnem home were Mrs Pearl Hanson of Whittemorc and daughter, Wanda Hanson, oi Spencer. The P.W.O. met Thursday Aug. 18 in the church parlors with Mrs W. E. Hundertmark and Mrs Albert Thorsen hostesses. The dale for the next meeting has Pick Nominating Board Of F.B. Kossuth County Farm Bureau Board appointed the nominating committee at their last board meeting. This committee will meet and submit to the people at the Annual meeting at least two candidates for each county office, also there can be further nominations made from the floor at the annual meeting. Farm Bureau County officers are elected for a 1 year term with exception of the voting delegate, who is elected for a 3 year term. Present officers are: President, Lester Eden, Titonka: vice president. Raphael Montag, West Bend; secretary, R. E. Peterson, Swea City; treasurer, Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton; voting delegate, Hugh Black, Algona. Women's chairman, Mrs Charles Nyguard, Wesley. The Nominating committee consists of the following: Walter Tapper, Buffalo Center; Mis O. T. Cherland. Lone Rock: Levant . Leonard Oerberding, 34, was sentenced' to 2ft years in a Federal penitentiary,! Saturday, afltr feirtg found guilty to- a ! jUr£ ; 6f. bank robbery. He was accused of robbing the Lakota branch of the Farmers Trust & Savings of. Buffalo Center, April 26, 1954. lioot of $5,967.90 was taken. Gerberding, however, will first have lo.serve a total of 94 years at Slillwater prison in Minnesota on previous convictions. He broke jail March 28, 1954. Testimony at the trial was giV en by Carl C. Gerasma, Lakotu bank manager; Mrs Mary Jutting, bookkeeper; Marvin Kessell and Roger Goeke, Elmore; Milt Prih- gle of Lakota who saw the robbcfrs enter and leave the bank, and Sylvester Garman. owner of the stolen car used in the robbery. Members of the jury included Ralph Reding of Ottosen, Mrs Esther Helbcrg and Mrs Ellen D. Raney of Algona. Women Bowlers Organize Aug. 30 Tho*Womon's Bowling AssociH- tion of Algona has announced thai there will be an organizational meeting Tuesday night, Aug. 30. at Barry's Recreation. Anyone interested in league i bowling whether a leagucMnember or newcomer is welcome to attend this meeting. If unable to attend, women should contact the sccrtitary- t'-easurer. Bonnie Bradford before the meeting. Fischer Reception Swea City — Capl. and M>a Harold Fischer Jr. will hold a reception Sunday. Aug. 29, 2 to 5, at the Fort Des Moines hotel, and u number of Swea City folks plan to attend. Notice YES—3 r '< Current Earnings qr> savings & investment accounts. Insured to $10.000. Check Home Federal's 38 year record, write ot call in person, best investment plan. Home Federal Savings & Loan of Algona, la. 26tfn 1ST HARVEST BARGAIN FESTIVAL FREE! 12-INCH, ALL STEEL BACK-TO-SCHOOL RULER! -ft*' YOU lAt MOST XT < ~ Bring this coupon in to our kih» deportment for your fro* nilor. 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