The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 34
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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6-A!g6ne (la.) Upper DM Mains* Thursday, Sept. 22, 1955 Lickteig-Forburger Vows Spoken Sept. 12 In Wesley Wesley—In St. Joseph's Catholic church Monday morning. Sept. 12, at 8:30 Darle'ne Lickteig, daughter of Mr and Mrs Urban Lickteig. became the bride of Kenneth Fnrburger, son of Mr and Mrs Tom Forburgcr. Rev. L. N, Klein officiated at the double ring ceremony. Juan Krirps. a niece of the bi idegroiim. was matron of honor ami Bonnie Dirk^en, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Tom Forburper. brother of the bridegroom, was best man and George Krieps, a friend of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Audra Youngwirth. a niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl and Patrick Lickteig. brother of the bride, was ring-bearer. Ushers were Don Lickteig, uncle of the bride, and Wayne Goodman .friend of the bride- El oom. The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected for her bridal gown a wait/, length gown of lace and nylon illusion over shimmering white satin, white over-skirt of nylon. The fitted bodice was of lace and the sleeves of net. She wore a fitted headpiece with light colored sequins and a veil of nylon, and she carried a bouquet of white carnations centered with a deep purple orchid on white satin ribbon streamers. Her jewelry was a single strand of pearls and matching earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony breakfast was served to the bridal party at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs Larry Youngwirth. A wedding dinner was served to 75 guests in St. Joseph's Parish Hall. The bride's table was centered with a three tiered wedding cake topped with roses. Joan Price, friend of the bride, was in charge of the guest book, The bride is a 1955 graduate of the high school and the bridegroom graduated from St. Joseph's Parochial school. He served in the Navy in Guam, the Philippines and Chichi Jima. After a short honeymoon in Chicago, the young couple will be at home in an Al Loebig apartment. Waitresses at the dinner were Joan Ricke, Donna Goetz, Donna Seefeld. Ellen Root, Julia Raney, Joan Hollister, and Janice Vit/- thum. Kitchen hostesses were Mcsdames Wilma Froehlich, Rita Youngwirth, Ann Cruise, Lizzie Dornbier, Justine Becker, Mary Richter, Matilda Goetz, Viola Loebig and Miss Nell Frimml. The young couple treated their many friends to a dance at the Duncan dance pavilion that evening. A Rehearsal Dinner Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier and family entertained at a Rehearsal dinner Friday evening at their farm home. Their guests were Cheryll Meurer and Don Vogel who were married Saturday morning, Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Jim and their houseguest, Mr Meurer's sister, Mrs Anna Frantz, Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel of Adaza, Mary Agnes Moran, Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt of Lohrville, Janice Richtsmeier and her schoolmate, Nina Crisostome of Mankato, Minn. A New Arrival A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Jack Bohn of Ames at Mary Greeley hospital there Monday. Sept. 12. Mrs Bohn is the former Marjorie Bleich, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich and this is their first child. Mr and Mrs Fred Bohn are the infant's paternal grandparents. Mrs Bohn spent several days over the September 11 weekend at Ames and went down again Sunday for a week's stay. Methodist Circles The Mary Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday Sept. 21 with Mrs A. M. with Mrs Mary Bradfidd assisting; The K.Y.N. Circle met with .Mrs Ray Smith with Mr.-, Philip Lee assisting. The W.S.C.S. m-fts at the Church Wednesday afternoon. (Jet. 5 with Me.idames Lawrence Baylor, Clair Robinson. Herman Wise and Glenn Smith as hust- e.-ses. Missionary lesson leader will be Mrs Lawrence Hansen and the devotion lead'.-:. Mrs Hay Smith. Weds At Mason City Mr and Mrs Ed Dawns, Mr and Mrs Jim Haverly and Karen. Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly and Hugh and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverly attended the w. tiding o! Gerald Studer of Mason City, sun oi Mi and Mrs Ait Studer of Macon, Missouri, former WesK'y- ans and Marlene Knegcr, daughter of Mr and Mr?. Carl Ki legcr '.I Mason Citv. Wins A Halter Mr and Mrs He: man Bout- attended a North Iowa Anyu.- Field Day and picnic at tl.e Melvin Thompson home ut Twin Lbke.^ Sunday. Sept. 11. Mr Bode received a show haltei as fii>t prize for judging cattle in the men's division. Marler.e Bode spent the day with Sandy Hilrtebrand at the home of her relatives at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackeison and tht';- Mr and Mrs Harvey Coatet were Thursday evening'gueits ut the Tom Long home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Virgil Deteirnan and children ot Alexandria, S D. came Friday to 3 pend the weekend at the home of thtir ancle and aunt, Mr and Mrs George Vit/thum and family. Burt Sailor To Electronic School Mr and Mrs Mrs Waller Steward of Burt received a letter from their son, Eugene, pictured above, ET3, who was on an aircraft carrier with the Navy, that he had been selected to attend a special school in electronics. The ship was in the Hong Kong area, and he was being flown to Fort Monmouth. New Jersey, a distance of som« 9.000 miles. He graduated from Burt high in 1952. Eugene was the only one from his division selected for the course. Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard and daughters attended funera'. services Saturday in Bode for her nephew, Mark Emery Alexander 2\2 months old son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Alexander, who died Sept. 15, of a heart condition. Karl Wester of Barron, Wis. spent Thursday here with his mother, Mrs Bettie Wester. He had sold his home in Ames and was enroute to Wisconsin. Mrs George Sheridan came home Monday, Sept. 19, from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been a week for medical treatment. Mrs Lael Root brought her mother home. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton had as their Sunday evening dinner guests Mr and Mrs John Hamilton and family of Titonka and Lawrence and Colette Kockler of Bancroft. Nell and Frank Frimml left Wednesday for Marengo to visit their sister, Mrs Ryan and family a week. Mr and Mrs Alvin Becker took his brother, Mark Becker and Billy Loebig to Dubuque Sunday where both will attend Loras college. Rose Marie Main took her brother, Robert Matx to Des Moincs Thursday where he had a physical check-up at the Veterans nos- pital. Mr and Mrs Leo Fuller of Albert Lea attended the Forburger- Lickteig wedding here Monday, Sept. 11. Mrs Fuller is the former Ruth Muehe and they were married in the Catholic church at Albert Lea Saturday morning, Sept. 11. Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker left Sunday afternoon for a vacation trip to northern Minnesota. His parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Walker of West Bend are here, caring for the three grandchildren. Mrs Anna Frantz of Menominee,, Mich., came Friday morning to visit her brother, J. T. Meurer and family and to attend the Vogel-Meurer wedding Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Pearly Haynes and son of El Paso, Tex., came Monday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Art Haverly of Bloomer, Wis. were guests at the Henry Haverly home over the weekend. Other Saturday evening guests at the Haverly home were Mr and Mrs Alf Studer of Macon, Mo., Mr and Mrs Ed Downs of Woden; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverly and family, Mr and Mrs L)ennis Haverly ;md family and Mr and Mrs Kd Downs and family. The Prairie Pals 4-H Club held a picnic at the Wesley City Park on Saturday afternoon. An outdoor cookery demonstration was given by Ruth Wise. Mr and Mrs Strather Wise, Mrs Iva Flynn and daughter of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Wise home. Charlotte Wise had a slumber party Saturday night in honor ot her birthday. Her guests were Julia. Raney, Carrie Engen, Ida Mae Kutehara and Mai va Nygaard. Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb left Monday to spend two weeks %'aca- tion with relatives in Michigan. A Chicken supper and bazaar will be held in St. Joseph's parish hall Sunday. Sept. 25. Mr and Mrs John Weig spent Friday in Irvington with their daughter, Mrs Joe Drummer and family Mary Ann Drummer, who was injured Sept 11 in a car crash had her left eye removed Sept. 13 at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Her uncle, John Weig Jr., driver of the car received face and chest injui ies. The public school garage is being enlarged to accomodate the newly purchased school bus. .Sandra Flom, student nurse at Methodist hospital, Des Moines. L'JI en Lease of Mason City and Janice Paulson of Waldorf College. Foiest City spent the weekend with home folks. Mr arid Mrs Lawrence Smith and family were Sunday evening dinner guests in the C. E. Dctrick home in Algona. Mrs Cara Hall Hardesty of Des Moines spent the weekend at Mrs Bettie Wester's. She once-lived in the Old Finn place and went to school here. Mrs Mary Siefert spent Monday with Mrs Eunice Nelson. Mrs Siefert who has lived with IKT daughter and family, the Carl Albees the past five years, went to Garner Monday evening to live with another daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Rudy Bohn. Rev. and Mrs Axel Gummeng- sen of Gaylord, Mich., expected to spend several days this week with her grandmother, Mrs Eunice Nelson. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger, nowlyweds, returned Monday from their honeymoon. Mrs Forburger is the former Darlene Lickteig. Mr and Mrs Ed Downs and family had as their Sunday evening guests in honor of her parents Mr and Mrs Alf Studer of Macon, Mo. were Mr and Mrs George Kelch and family of Kanawha, Mr and Mrs Leo Young and family of Garner and Mr and Mrs Ernest Gerdes and family of Woden. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Mrs Helen Youngwirth home were her two nieces and their families: Mr and Mrs Marvin Redding and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Kohlhaas and family of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Alf Studer left Monday morning for their home at Macon, Mo. They had attended the wedding of their son, Gerald Studer and Marlene Krieger at Mason City Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Harvey Coates left for their home at Dearborn, Mich. Monday following a 10-day visit at the Clarence Ackerson home. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier and Bob went to Nevada Sunday where on Tuesday morning at 9:30 in St. Patrick's Catholic Church they attended the wedding of a niece. Mr Richtsmeier gave the bride in marriage and Bob Richlsmeier was an acolyte. Mrs Herman Bode entertained the Jolly Dozen Club at her farm home on Tuesday, Sept. 13. Guests were Mrs Art Livingston, Corwith, and Mrs W. D. McCauley and Mrs Louis Page of Mason City. Mr and Mrs George Seaberg, and Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers of the Doan Neighborhood took their sons, David Seaberg and Lynn Struthers to Ames Wednesday, Sept. 14, where they will be roommates at Iowa State College. Janice Richtsmeier and Nina Crisostome, students at Good Council Academy, Mankato, Minn, spent the weekend at the A. N. Richtsmeier home. On Saturday they attended the Vogel-Meurer wedding in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough attended the convention of the Grocers Wholesale Co-operative Association at Des Moines Sunday. Mrs Sophia (Charles) Seaberg and her sister, Gertrude Johnson of Dayton, Tex., came over the weekend for a visit at the George Seaberg home and with other relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mrs Luke and Mrs Helen Youngwirth and their families had as their Friday evening dinner guests the former's parents, Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum and family and their house- guests, Mr and Mrs Virgil Determan and children of Alexandria, S. D. L. H, Kleinpeter and David returned home Saturday evening from in Des Moines, where they attended a banking school. They also attended a football game Saturday. LuVerne Class Elections Held LuVerne high school officers are as follows: Freshmen, enrollment 30; Donovan Prior, president; Geraldine Gregory, vice president; David Hobscheidt, secretary - treasurer and Mr and Mrs Littlejohn, sponsors. Sophomores, enrollment, 22: Karen Hanselman, president; Sonja Goetsch, vice president; Mary Frances Toohey, secretary- treasurer and Mr and Mrs Claire Champine, sponsors. Juniors, enrollment, 19: Annette Braynard, president, Sharon Miller, vice president; LeRpy Witzel, secretary-treasurer; Miss Eleanor Peterson and F. W. McLaughlin, sponsors. Seniors, enrollment, 16; Vera Hanselman, president; Linda Sorensen, vice president; Sandra McLaughlin, secretary; Myrna Northrop, treasurer; Supt B. E. Martin and Coach Bryce E. Wickett, sponsors. Sponsor Contest On Thanksgiving The National Thanksgiving Association, an organization that advocates the display of the flag on Thanksgiving day, is sponsoring two short story contests, one open to adults and the other to high school students. The stories must be suitable for reading by grade school children. The theme is the patriotic and religious significance of Thanksgiving Day. The first three awards are cash prizes. The National Thanksgiving Association is an old and reliable organization and has sponsored contests that receive nation-wide response. The public Library has the announcement which gives the rules in detail or this additional information will be furnished by Margaret Durant, low* chainnan for the National Thanksgiving Association. School Operates Here Hand Paint Photographs Algona has been the center of an art school project this summer, with the final class just being completed under "the direction of Mrs Kay Isaacson, Brown's Studio. In the above picture are the members of fifth class this year in the art of hand painting photographs. All of the women taking the course work either in photo studios or do free lance work in hand painting of photographs. Pictured above, left to right, are Jean Thompson, Master Photographer of Topeka, Kansas; Mrs Marlyn Melhus, Clarion, la.; Mrs Isaacson; Mrs Jess Andrews, Des Moines: Mrs Nancy Nerwig, Holmes, la.; and seated, left to right, Miss Kathryn Buckles, Fort Dodge, and Mrs Joan Gardner, Crete, Neb. Mrs Isaacson spoke a few weeks ago in Chicago on the subject of hand painting of photographs before the national convention of photographers. Blythe Larson Bride Sept. II! At LuVerne LuVerne—Blythe Laurel Larson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Loyd M. Larson, LuVerne, became the bride of Edwin E. Edge, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest C. Edge of Humboldt in a double ring service read by the Rev. Robert Kessinger at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, in the LuVerne Methodist Church. Nuptial music was rendered by Mrs Ray Stone, orgaist. She accompanied Dale Braynard. Approaching the altar on the white carpet, the bride wore a gown fashioned of rose point lace over satin, bodice with portrait neckline, long lace sleeves ending in points over the hands. Tiny buttons down the back ending below the waist, rose point lace extending down the back of the skirt and ending in a chapel .train. The skirt of net over satin with a pleated nylon tulle center front panel edged with lace. Her fingertip length illusion net veil fell from a Juliet cap of rose point lace, trimmed, with seed pearls. She carried a handkerchief of her great-grandmother Clancy. Her flowers were a cascade bouquet of white mums and stephanotis. Mrs Palmer Erickson, Jr., Jewell, college friend of the bride, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Patricia Edge of Des Moines, sister of the bridegroom. Junior bridesmaid was Carolyn Larson, LuVerne, sister of the bride. Norman C, Edge, Humboldt, served his brother as best man. Groomsman was Ernest Erickson, Hardy, friend of the couple, Junior groomsman was Tommy Edge, Humboldt, cousin of the bridegroom. Ushers and candlelighters were Donald Larson, Gerald Larson, LuVerne, brothers of the bride, and Warren Whipple, Rutland, friend of the couple. Following the ceremony a reception for 150 guests was held in the church rooms. The linen covered serving table was centered with a four tiered cake, made by Mrs Fred Rasmussen of Renwick and decorated in white with gold rose buds. It was topped with white bells, doves, wedding rings, lilies of the valley and ribbon. After the young couple cut the traditional first piece, the cake was cut and served by Coleen Wagner of Fort Dodge, friend. Pouring from the silver service was Mrs Lyle Larson, Hardy, aunt of the bride, and presiding at the punch bowl was Darlene Larson, Storm Lake, friend. Hostesses were Mrs Milton Wilhelmi, Lu- Verne, Mrs Dewey D. Vote, Bradgate and Miss Carole Nutter, Agona. Kitchen" hostesses were the Mesdames Harry Lichty, Jess Jergensen, Lloyd Smith, Carl Swanson, Elmer Kubly and Cecil Baker. Registering the guests was Mrs Kenneth Nooman Palmer and the gifts were arranged by Mrs Norman C. Edge and Mrs Gilbert Sandven of Humboldt. The bride is a graduate of the LuVerne high school and a two year elementary course at Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls. She taught three years in Humboldt and one year in Algona schools. The bridegroom graduated from the Humboldt high school served two years in the Aj'my with service in Korea. They will be at home on a farm south of Humboldt, where the bridegroom is engaged in farming. Infants Baptized Baptismal services for infants was held in the Methodist church Sunday morning with the Rev. Robert Kessinger officiating. Babies baptized were Jason Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace, Charles Martin, son of Mr and Mrs W. Raymond Legler, Jo Ann Emilie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty, Bert Allan, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Schipull and Linda Kay. daughter of Mr and Mrs Gordon Foth Family dinners in their honoi were also held. Return From West Mrs Marie Hunt, LuVerne, Mrs Andrew Nielsen, Ventura and Miss Alyce Willy of Humboldt have returned from a long weekend trip to Colorado and Wyoming. Mrs Eli Eager accompanied them on the trip remaining for the hopes of relief from her hav fever. Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips visited over Sunday in Janesville, Wis., in the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Mantey. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hoeppner, their son, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hoeppner and Debra of Bloomington, 111. visited Saturday to Tuesday in the Mr and Mrs William Hoeppner Sr., home. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk of the LuVerne Pharmacy attended a meeting of druggists in Cedar Rapids, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson and children moved from Osage Friday to the new home they purchased of Mr and Mrs Harold Sorensen. Formerly of LuVerne, Mr Nelson returns to become president of the LuVerne Farm er's State Bank. Ladies of the Missionary Guild were guests Wednesday in the home of Mrs Harry Christensen in Humboldt. Mrs Henry Kubly won the sweepstakes prize in her entry of bread at the Clay County Fair at Spencer with a first prize in white bread and second prize in whole wheat bread. There were some 40 entries in bread division. Miss Luella Blumer returned Sunday from Indianapolis, Ind.. where she went to get the personal belongings of her sister, the late Miss Ada Blumer. Mr and Mrs George Rchnetzer and family had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Forest Bigelow and son of Kansas City. Mrs Anna Blumer accompanied by her brothers, George Kraft. Kanawha; Fred Kraft, Eagle Grove; sister, Mrs Erma Westendorf, Mason City and Mrs Henry Kraft of Renwick left Monday morning for Aitkin, Minn., called by the death of a relative. Mr and Mrs Maurice Nissen, who live six miles east of Lu- Verne on county line are the parents of a son born Thursday, Sept. 15, in Britt Memorial hos- You've Never Seen Anything Like These SPORT SHIRTS pHnl. HP has boen named .Ton Alan, They have two older daughters. The Adult Fellowship met Thursday evening in the Methodist Church with Mrs Ray-Stone as hostess. Raymond Nelson led a discussion of a Missionary project they plan to carry out. Mr and Mr Karl Schipull, Eloanora and Harold Sjchipull, Mr and Mrs Otto Jagels and Daryl visited Thursday evening in the Mr and Mrs Herbert Kirchhoff home near Humboldt. They went to help their grandson and nephew, Lonnie Kirchhoff celebrate his tenth birthday. Mrs B. E. Martin spent the past week in Spencer at the home of her brother. Mr and Mrs Arlo Van Hansen. Mrs Amelia Pergande, 86 years was taken to the Roberts Rest Hume in Algona Thursday. She has spent several months in the home of her daughter, Mrs Karl Schipull. The many friends here of Mr and Mrs Dudley Blesie who moved to Peterson, Minn., have lojrn- ecl that Mrs Blesie has been ill and in hospital in Rochester. She was to undergo surgery there Tuesday morning. Sept. 20. Mr and Mrs Floyd Lowe and son of Humboldt were Sunday guests in the Mr and Mrs E. B. Thomas home. Glenda Hanselman, freshman at Waldorf College, Forest City visited over Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs LoRoy Hanselman. Mr and Mrs Jasper Vaughn, Sharon and Carol of Corwith visited her mother, Mrs Marie Stoddard, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Herman Shulz had as weekend guests, their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roy Roed and children of Woodbine. Joyce Phillips and Gloria Harmon employed in Des Moincs spent the weekend in the homes of their parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Phillips and Mr a*nd Mrs Fay Harmon. Mr and Mrs Bent ley DeMar and daughter. Janine. of Charles City visited Thursday in the home of his aunt, Mrs Hugh Shirk and Mr Shirk. Harold Phillips of Des Moincs was a business visitor Thursday. Mr Phillips and family formerly of LuVerne, just recently moved to Des Moines. See our large ad on Page 7 in the FARM & HOME Section BIG PRICE! All-PURPOSE MIXER r: L. It's a powerful stand mixer or i light weight portable. 12 mixing speeds. Mixer head detaches. Weighs only 3 pounds, 2 ounces. Hang it on the wall for storage. Convenient heel rest. NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE CO. GENEBAlig$ ELECTRIC "Hot" new colors and patterns in long sleeve shiris of beautiful fabric. See 'em — you'll buy 'em-! WORK SHOES Molded back — cork soles — retan upper which resists acids — long wearing $8.00 Value 5.95 DIAMONDS SURPLUS STORE "THE JACKET STORE" We will be closed next Monday, Sept. 26. because of religious observance Mr anrl Mr? Donald Mnrly were weekend visitors In thu home of her sister. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Jones in Des Moines. Mr'and Mrs Henry Kubly were business visitors in Clarion. Mori'' day and evening dinner guest? in'the Mr and Mrs Alvin Kclling home in Goldfield. Mr and Mrs Everett Schipull, sons, Dale, LeRoy and Bert visited Sunday in the home of hoi- brother, Mr and Mrs Gerald Summers and family in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Walter Hefti of Britt called Sunday in thr home of her sister, Miss Esther Merkle. Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and Johnny spent the weekend visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Wickott in Lacona and her mother, Mrs Doris Kim/.ey in Atilo. Ray Stone and son, Ronald, took their daughter and sister, Marcia Stone, to Ames Sunday where she will bi- a sophomore at Iowa State College. Dale Braynard went to Ames Sunday to resume his college work. Marlene De Boer To Wed Sept. 25 Titonka—Marlene DeBoer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted DeBoer, was honored at a shower, Sept. 9. at the Methodist Church hall with around 100 guests present. Donna Ackerman and Sharon Carroll assisted with the unwrapping of the gifts. Miss DeBoer will become the bride of Edward Uken, son of Mr and Mrs John Uken, Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25. Hostesses were Mrs Hazel Carroll, Mrs Herman and Carl Harms, Mrs Dave Bolie. Mrs Clarence Ackcrmann, Mrs Lloyd Bartlett. Mrs Clarence and Elmer Mechler, Mrs Cecil Long. Algona: Mrs Henry Korte, Mrs Ted Van- Hove, Mrs H. Kit/ingcT and Airs Maurice Bilsbourough. County Home Economist Hired Miss Mary Stoudt, Staceyville, has been hired as countv home economist by fhr> Kcissutb County Extension Council, according to council president, Don Budlong, Tit'onka. She will assume her duties hern in Kossulh County, Nov. I. l!)'w. Al present she is in a t.rainini', program working with Miss Elsii. 1 Mae VanWerl, home economist in Hancock County. Miss Stoudt is a June, 1955 graduate of Iowa State College and was 4-H club member for seven years in Mitchell Coun'y. Her work }n Kossuth County will be mainly with the Iowa State College and County Extension giii's 4-H club Famous ironees IRONING BOARD COVER In Handy Plastic Storage Bag Fri., Sat. and Monday Good quolitv, thrift model ironing beard cover with clastic edges. Fi's standard Size ironing board. Ccmos pocked in bendy plastic food storage bog for refrigerator or freezer. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr and Mrs Bill Amon Friday & Saturday SPECIALS 0 Wow! What Savings! 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