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Louis Simpson Buys Business, Home In Wesley Wfesley —Louis Simpson ha* purchased the Stan Johnson home in the north part of town and will take possession December. 1. Johnson bought the house from Mrs Viola Studer two years ago. Simpson will hold a farm sale on the place northeast of Wesley where the family have lived the past year. Simpson operates the Standard Oil Station, which he purchased this summer. Wins Set Jewelry Alfred Erdman was lucky winner of the set of jewelry given by the Lions Club at their fish supper Friday evening. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Nov. 4 KENNY HOFER Sunday, Nov. 6 BOBBY LINDEMAN Wednesday, Nov. 9 Hard Time Dance Come As You Are — Prizes FRANK BUHR Friday, Nov. 11 JERRY POSTAL Sunday, Nov. 13 JACK COLE Boy Falls, Injured Douglas Ackerson, young son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson, fell at his home Saturday morning and sustained a gash in his forehead that required three stitches to close. Nov. 6 Card Parly A public card party will be held in St. Joseph's parish hall Sunday evening, Nov. 6, sponsored by group 3 of the Catholic Daughters of America. Bridge, and 500 will be played. The young folks will play bunco. Auxiliary Bake Sale The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a bake sale Siilur clay, Nov. 5 in Studer's Store starting at 11 o'clock that morning. Junior Class Play "It's A Great Life", a 3 ac! comedy will be presented by the Junior Class of the public school Wednesday evening, Nov. 9. Mrs Mary Mullin is directing it. C. D. A. Meeting The C.D.A. will moot Tuesday evening, Nov. fl instead of the following evening, clue to the Junior Class Play. On the entertainment committee are Mesdamcs Theresa Bergen. Anna Hiiner, Helen Youngwirth. Thora Cosgrove rind Colt-en VStuder. On 4hf kitchen (•omimitec are Thu'mu Blain. Mildred Arndorft-r. Rose Mary Dnrnbior, Minnie Bloich, Helen Johnson and Mary Wingcrt. Form Married Group A group of 10 young married couples held a Halloween p;irty V>Vlney;!;iy evening, Oct. 'Jfi. in the bas'Tiient -if the Rev. Percy Carlsson home. They decided to organize a home builder group Mid meet once carh month. Of fii.-v.r- .-••!( rted wen- Dr. Paul Robinson and wife and Dick are living in the Robinson home. Dick is a senior in the public school: ~ Winners in the drawings at the Studer store Saturday were Julius Juchem, Mrs Charles Muilin, Mrs Fred Eden and Emma Sluder. Mr and Mrs Charles Froelich visited their daughter, Mrs Lawrence Ricke and family at Williams, Thursday. Herman Carlson of Kentucky visited relatives here recently. Alvin Swanson is'a patient ;n Mercy hospital, Mason City Tor medical treatment following surgery. Minnie and Nell Frirnml took their brother Frank, to Fort Dodge Friday. He accompanied his sister, Mrs Lucy Brabcc to St. Louis, to visit Mrs Brabec'.s daughter and family. Louis Loebig of "Grand Mendow. Minn, visited relatives and friends here Friday. Mr and Mrs Edmund Loebig and family of Rochester, Inc.1. visited relatives and friends here several days last week. Breakfast will be served in St. Joseph's Parish hall Sunday, Nov. 6, after each Mass. Group three of the Catholic Daughters o r America is to serve. Mrs Viola Loebig and Mrs Clara Hauptman are servers at the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday evening, Nov. 3. Corp. Philip Studer stationed at Frankfurt, Germany, recently had a two week's furlough, which ho spent traveling through Spain. France and Italy. Mr and Mrs George Simmons of Algona and Mr and Mrs Arnold Stufflick and family of Kanawha were October 23 guests at the George Ricke home. The first quarterly conference in the Methodist church will be held Sunday, Nov. 6, at 9 a.m. The Rev. L. H. Preul. district Supt. of the Algona district, is to be guest speaker. A pot luck dinner at 1 o'clock will be followed by a business meeting. Mr and Mrs Calvin Meineke of Jefferson were weekend guests in the parental, N. F. Weber home. Pvt. John Ray Smith of Chanute Field, 111. spent several days over the weekend at the parents Richard Smith home. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson spent Oct. 22-23-24 in Berkley. Illinois with her sister and family. Enroute home tViey visited Mr and Mrs Forrest Christensen at Cedar Falls. Town ejection will be held Tuesday, Nov. 8. Mrs Jay Carlson was pleasantly surprised on her birthday Thursday, Oct. 27, when four neighbor women and their children came to spend the afternoon with her. The guests were Mesdames Ray Smith, Jake Sweers, Clarence Schaffer and Robert Richtcr. They brought a lunch. Mr and Mrs M J. Erdman and two sons of Whittemore were dinner guests of his sister, Mrs Lizzie Goetz and family on Sunday, Oct. 26. Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer had as their Sunday dinner guests his parents. Mr and Mr.s Herman Studer, her parents. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and family, Ray Smith of Chanute Field, 111. and Mr and Mrs Dick O'Brien and family of Mason City. Mrs Earl Robinson began work in the Wagner Cafe Monday, re- plncing her mother-in-law, Mr.s Clair Robinson who with her husband moved to DCS Moines Monday. Barbara Ellen Studer, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Studer was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein. Sponsors were Mrs Rollin Sluder and 'Patrick O'Brien of Mason Citv. Wai no ainnnn; Main ice De No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 H"<'i . vid> chairman, an;! Mr? Hiiwanl Funnemark, ~ec:e;ary - t; i-aMirer. Buys Slore Building Martin H;ur:il;i>n recently purchased the nlti druc store build- i :n;; ftom R. H. Grifhoist of Britt. | He will ur-e the first floor for | a wiirHu'Usc. .1 M Olson, thf- new buichf.'r at th;- Locker plant has rented the upstairs apartment and v.'ill m,'V-,' his wife and i five children from Renwick this week. Mr and Mr;| mover! to Dos i where he has a Clair Ri'bin>'.n Mriines Monday job as custodian ;-hurrh. Their fens. E: Our Downstairs Toyland Is Now Open! Largest and Most Complete Selection In This Area! LAYAWAY for Christmas Small Amount Holds Any Purchase Everything for All Ages Come Early For Best Selection SWARTZ VOTE FOR Frank Vera FOR Mayor of Algoiia Why Not ESect A Man For the Office of Mayor Who Has Made Success of His Own Business and Not Someone Who Hasn't! I STARTED SOME YEARS AGO WITH NOTHING - FLAT. NOW I AM ONE OF THE LARGEST TAXPAYERS IN ALGONA. ENERGY AND PERSISTENCE DID THIS. I WOULD LIKE TO USE THIS SAME ENERGY AND PERSISTENCE IN MANAGING THE CITIZEN'S BUSINESS AS MAYOR OF ALGONA. -FRANK VERA Mr and Mrs Ted Larson of Algona were callers at the L. L. Lease home Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton accompanied Mr and Mrs John Hamilton of Titonka to Clear Lake Thursday evening where they attended the North Iowa Poultry Association Improvement meeting. , Mr and Mrs Lee Ricke of Morgan, Minn, were over night guests Monday at the George Ricke home. They were en- route from Dubuqup. They were Tuesday dinner guests in the George Goetz home. Rosalie Reiling underwent an appendectomy at Mercy hospital, Mason City Saturday morning, Oct. 29. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Reiling and a high school pupil. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Maskcn- thine and two daughters, Janet and Susan of Spokane, Wash, were weekend guepts of their cousin, Robert Bolenus and family and also visited his great uncle. P. C. Haynes and family. Mr Maskenthine is state supt. of parks in Washington. Louis Simpson, who bought the Standard Oil Station will hold a grand opening, Saturday, Nov. 5th. Thursday, Novftmbec 3, 1$SS A|gonoijla.) Upper Dt« Malft«*-$ Mrs Jeannine Ackerson enter- tined her contract bridge club Tuesday evening, Nov. 1.' Mr and Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained at three tables of 500 Sunday evening, Oct. 30. Kienitz-Schaffer Nuptials Oct. 25 Lakota — Orval Kienilz and Sylvia Schaeffer were united in marriage at 10 a.m., Oct. 25, in Algona. Mr and Mrs Vern Molinder. cousins of the bridegroom, were the attenadnts. Oryal is the son of Mr and Mrs William Kienit/. and Sylvia, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Schaeffer, Lakota. Mr and Mrs Kienitz are ;it home in a new trailer home located near the Richardson area north of Lakota. Orval is employed at the A. C. Schisse! elevator. Visil In Pennsylvania Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissrl visited their daughter, SUP. ;il Langhorne, Penn., where she is attending school. 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