No Opposition At Livermore Town Election the town elec- ' 8th the no - mayor. ing, Virgi ' Harold Gron - as the only candidate for treasurer. Die* In Montana ' A ^fu r ? was receiv ed here of the death last week of Ralph Hart at Havre, Mont. Funeral services we j e , held at Helena, Montana, and burial, took place at Helena. He was the son of the late George and Anna: Hart, former Livermore residents. He graduated • ?L tne Llver "iore high school •jn 1895. In 1912 he was married A° M , aud £ Br 'Sht. She died last April. He is survived by two sons Paul Hart of York Route, Mont, and George- of San Francisco and two sisters, Mrs H. S Buell and Mrs Pearl Williams. Guild Card Party The February committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained at a card party in the parish hall Wednesday evening. High prize in 500 went to William Erpelding, high in bridge to Mrs George Lenertz, and the door prize to Lena Altman. The committee was Mrs Nick Klein, chairman, assisted by Mrs Anna Welter, Mrs Keith Logue, Mrs O. J. Cayou Mrs Peter Malkmus, Mrs Jerry Stiles, Mrs John Wonderley, Mrs R. E. Dunphy, Mrs Clarence Casey, Mrs Henry Strunc, Mrs Gordon Scott, Mrs Joe Curran Elizabeth Devine, Kate McKenna Verma Monson, Mrs William Hastings, Mrs Albert Bordwell and Mrs Robert .McKenna. Band Mothers Carnival The band mothers club entertained at a carnival in the school house Friday evening. A musical program was presented and members of the sixth grade put on a play. The turkey that was giveii away as door prize wen* to Bruce Schwenck. Neighborhood Club The Neighborhood Club members were entertained at the home of Mrs Harold Stoddard last week Tuesday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs Bill Wilson, Mrs Harold Gjerstad and Mrs Julius Becker. Mrs Arlo McGowan was a guest. Mrs Elmer Gronbach entertained the Pinochle Club members at her farm home. Mrs Harold Frederick, Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs Vernon Kramer, Mrs John Zeimet, Mrs Jo,hn Hohenberger, Mrs Sherman Wjck->. re dnd Mrs Wayne Vaudt went to the home of Mrs Art Vaudt Friday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Joan May, daugnter of Mr and Mrs May of Corwith, is spending two weeks here with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Juluis Becker, while her sister, Jean Marie, is confined to her home with rheumatic fever. Mrs W. L. Coleman visited Friday with her daughter, Mrs William Ankenbauer, Jr., in Algona and made the acquaintance of her grandson, William. John O'Neil who was a patient at an Iowa City hospital, returned home Friday. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn and Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Raymond Berte home in honor of the birthday of Mrs, Berte's mother, Mrs Art Vaudt. Mrs Edna Bowes, Mrs Edna Goodenough, Mrs Rose Smith, Mrs Louise Gronbach, Mrs Edith Johnson, Mrs Maude Wilson, and Margaret Molin went to the home of Mrs Carl Underberg Monday afternoon to surprise hei on her birthday. A group of ladies held a surprise party Thursday afternoon at the Nygaard home in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Cecil Smith and Mrs Nygaard. Invitations have been issued for their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at the home of Mr and Mrs Orville Riley Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Howard Bormann, who were recently married and liyed a few weeks with her mother, Mrs Joe Weydert, have now moved into their new .home, south of St. Joe.' Mrs Helen Knight of South gate, Calif, is here visiting hef sister, Mrs Gale Berfyhill and her mother, Mrs Cora Greenwood. Mr and Mrs Robert Fisher and family of Titonka Were Sunday" dinner guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs David Fisher. Mr and Mrs Herbert McKenna and three children spent the weekend here With his parents Mr and Mrs Tom McKenna. Margaret Weyer, who teaches at Dysart, spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs Mory Weyer. Mrs Leslie Jensen, who underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, returned home Thursday. Mr and Mrs J. F. Hamm went to Des Moines Monday where they attended the Bankers convention. Mr and Mrs Jerry Stiles attended the convention in Des Moines Tuesday. Mrs J. F. Hamm was hostess to the contract club members at her home Saturday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Ted Wagner, second high to Anna Altman and traveling prize to Lena Altman. The Deal and Chat Club members were entertained at the home of Mrs Cecil Baker in Lu- Verne Thursday afternoon. Mrs Anna Welter entertained Mrs Anna Berte and daughter Agnes, Anna and Lena Altman and Josephine Wiedenmeyer at her home Thursday evening. Mrs Laurence Frederick entertained the Women's Association of the Presbyterian Church Wednesday afternoon. A smorgasbord supper Dec. 3 is planned. Mrs Ralph Hollinger was hostess to the Women's' Society of Christian Service at her farm home Wednesday afternoon. There was a birthday party Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Carl Underberg in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Underberg, Mrs Larry Wilson, and Mrs Louis Seward. Mrs John Seger and Mrs Myrtle Bockman were guests Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Kate Collins in honor of her birthday. Sunday Mrs Collins' children, Mr and Mrs Faber Dugan and two daughters of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Marvin Mar low and family of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Francis Collins and fam- ijy and Mr and Mrs Donald Collins, came to her home to help her celebrate. A Correction An item in the UDM last .week reported that Mrs Lloyd Stein- nan and son, Donald, attended a Dirthday party for Mrs Paul James. It should have read, Mr Steinman and son, Donald. The prior-service man who en- ists in the United States Air ?orce Now can receive as much as 30 days advance leave before reporting to his duty station. IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRL. NOV. 4th Star of Stage, Screen 8t Radio BOB WILLS and His Texas Playboys Adm.: 1.20 plus tax. tot. 1.35 SAT., NOV. 5th HENRY CHARLES And Orchestra L. S. BOHANNON Who started this Davy Crockett siuffl The kids are running around tomahawking b'ars. and they've got Mom's good fur coat beaten to a pulp. Some fur coat insurance would be a blessing about now. Would it have cost only about $5 or$10? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. HIGH Molasses •f Protein IH LOW COST EASY TO FEEP PELLET FORM WAYNE Sugarine u _ _ .1 Beefmaker The advantages of molav ses and higher protein make Wayne Sugarine "22" Beefmaker 4 most suitable supplement for balancing your farm grains.., the high molat> ses content stimulates appetites and keeps Htti* Oh feed, If Helots** tat >9W*r protein U d«»lr«d, aik for W«y»t S«9«rlM "JJ" Iff*- *«fc*r« ROBINSON PRODUCE R, A, Nellis, 73, Rites Oct. 27 At Whiffemore Whitlemore—Funeral services for Russell A. Nellis, 73, were held Thursday morning, Oct. 27, at 9:30 in St. Michael's Catholic Church with the Rev. William Veit, officiating. Pallbearers were George Gengler, William GengJer, Earl Elbert, Bernard O'Brien, George Faber and Walter Williams. Russell Nellis was born Feb. 24, 1882, near St. Benedict, and came, here with his' parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Nellis who had nomesteaded an eighty acre farm, one mile north and one east ot Whittemore where he spent his boyhood. On Feb. 20, 1906, he was united in marriage to Rose Kollasch, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch. After retiring from the -farm, Mr and Mrs Nellis and family moved to West Bend where they operated a restaurant. His wife preceded him in death four years ago and for the past four years he made his home with his son Peter at Milford. He had been ailing for the past five years and passed away Tuesday morning, Oct. 25 following several strokes. He is survived by his three sons, Peter at Milford, Herbert at West Bend and Paul at Phoenix, Ariz.; one daoghter, Mrs Elmer Ludwig of West Bend; and one brother Claude Nellis, of Colorado Springs. Reuben Butzke and Agnes Snipporite attended the Teachers Conference held at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. Paul Weinhold attended a conference at Sac City last week for north Iowa pastors. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter Kay Frances and Micky Zimmermann 01 here and Mr and Mrs Gerald OUom of Algona visited with Rostfla -Voigt in Algona Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade and daughters of Algona spent Wednesday evening with Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy. RPV. Paul Weinhold conducted graveside rites for the infant baby of Mr and Mrs M. Gade, last week Monday. The infant died shortly after birth at the Lutheran hospital at Fort uoclge. Lorenz Gade, Wilbur Roeber, and Herbert Zumach spent last week at the Ozarks trying their luck at fishing. They returned home Friday. Mr and Mrs Merlyn Wegener and family left from Mason City by plane for Edmundson, Canada, Thursday, November 3, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 where they will visit with Mrs Wegener's parents, Mr and Mrs A. I. Yerex, in Edmundsdfi. Otto Elbert who spent the past month here visiting with relatives here, returned to his home in Los Angeles last week. Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr and. Mrs Ralph Schumacher were Mr and Mrs Leonard For- gelson and Mr and Mrs Earl Long of Ringsted. The Air Force has increased Lhe prestige, authority and position of its non-commissioned Officer, increasing the reenlistment rate throughout all ranks. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid, Allan and David of Algona, the Winston Schroeder family and Mr and Mrs Eugene Blome were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Schrbeder. Mr and Mrs Glen Culberison took camp equipment to Emmetsburg Saturday to be used by the members of the Saddle Club who rode over an horse-back to at- 'UOttiV X3UBf\I pue pun .ij . osoqj, -Xepung oapo.i aq pua> Janet Scuffham, Diane Kuhlman, Glen Culbertson Jr., and Ronnie Thilges of West Bend. .STORES WE ARE CRAMPED FOR ROOM! Loads and cartons of holiday merchandise is en route to u si ... we have to provide room for it! ... and so we are taking the axe to pnces on our Iwo furniture floors to give you sensational furniture bargains — RIGHT NOW I FURNITURE LIVING-ROOM, DINING-ROOM & MISCELLANEOUS PIECES AT Come and Register For Our Big FREE Prize! "EVERSHOT" ELECTRIC ROASTER Value $59.95 And WHAT A PRIZE! A beautiful "Evershot" Electric Roaster and Oven with grill ... it sells all the time for $59.951 Think of winning something'LIKE THIS for just coming into Coast-To-Coasi and registering your name . . . nothing to buy! Come in now and get your name in the box .',. . and your family can register, too! $ 198 LIVING-ROOM SUITES JUST A LIMITED NUMBER OF THESE TWO-PIECE suites that have been priced at $198.00 — now cracked down in price to $139.95 for quick action and quick sale! This is top quality furniture, full dayenport and matching chair, in neat coverings, furniture to own With pride. But see them and inspect them early, as at this price they are about the best "buys"; ever offered! This is the kind of mattress THAT IS RECOMMENDED FOR SOUND, RESTFUL SLEEP. In double bed size. Neat ACA ticking. Handles for turning. Ventilators. A great "bonus buy" in 'a finer mattress for you now! REGULARLY $49.95 5-pc. DOUGLAS DINETTE SETS "DOUGLAS"' is as fine a niake as there is in Dinette Sets . . . known coast to coast, and as for style, they are tops. We offer this group of Douglas dinettes, table and four matching chairs, that have been priced far higher, for as low as $59.95. While they last. OTHER DINETTE SETS, 5 Piece, Values to $159.95 REDUCED TO _. 99.95 Up to $ 69.95 Platform Rockers SPECIAL FOLDING CHAIRS If you are short on folding chairs, here's a chance to get more for a mighty small price! They are just like your good bridge chairs. Or why not get some for gifts later . . . they're always welcome! WHILE OUR QUANTITY LASTS. Christmas coming! And here's one of the very nicest gift items in furniture you can choose. Or perhaps you want a comfy Platform Rocker for your own fireside. These have soft foam rubber cushion and back. In choice of colors. Were priced up to $69.95! E-X T-R-A ! (22 Sets) Regular $11.95 Dinnerware Sets STUDIO COUCHES Very Special at — A handsome davenport by day . , , makes up into full size bed at night. In choice of handsome frieze covers. Only a few of these to go at this price. This Picture Shows Platform Rocker Priced at $39.95 There are both 32-piece and 20-piece sets in this offer! Think of getting $11.95 china dinnerware sets for a price of ONLY $3.98. Pon't wait long on these — we have just 22 sets going at this price, and when they're gone, they're gone! SALE STARTS FRIDAY ! DON'T MISS IT ! Platform Rockers That Are Regularly $36.95 29.95 t Just a very few of these popular high- base platform rockers going at the sensational low price of $29.95. Be sure to see these early — they'll sell like hot cakes at this price!
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