80 Youths At Methodist Rally InLivermore Liyermore—There was a sub- district Youth Fellowship Rally of the Methodist held here Sunday afternoon. Members were present from Burt, Titonka, Wesley, LuVerne. Algona, West Bend, Good Hope, and Livermore. Eighty members attended the rally. A program was put on in the afternoon and. evening. A supper was served by the mothers of the Livermore youth members. Just For Fun Club The Just For Fun Club members spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Lena Altman with Mrs Jessamine Miller a guest. Auction bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize for bridge went to Mrs Elmer Gronbach, second high to Mrs NATIONAL FARMERS UNION ENTERS IOWA! Agriculture it in froubU. Seritui Iroubl*. Thtl'i why National F«rmm Union it tnttring Iowa. We beli«v« th* ttrtnglh o! Iowa firmtrt tddid to th» jlrenglK of N*l!on«l Farmtrt Union mimbtrt in 27 othtr slitet will auure tuccesi in th« fight for * proiptrout agriculture. In lorn* it«t«i, liltt Illinoil, National Farmeri Union it naw. In othari. I i k • Oklahoma, it't older )han f h • tla»e iltell. National Farmeri Union btlievei that all raaionably diligent farm families should have th* opportunity to earn 100 percent of parity income —regard!*!! of the commodity they produce. National Farmeri Union hat believed in 100 percent of parity for a long time. We've fought for it just ai long. Very toon one of your neighbor! will ftiV you to join Natiooal Harmcrt Union. It will be an important quettion, for th* tale of I American agriculture, [ we hop* your antwcr will be yet. Anna Welter, arid traveling prize to Mrs Clifford Baker. 20th Century Club ti The 20th Century 'Club met Tuesday afternoon at the' home of the hostess, Mrs Jessamine Miller. Mrs Karl Baessler,,, the president, conducted the business meeting. Anna Altman, who was << guest, gave a book review. Mr.s Rosc Smith was also a guest. where visiting •Edward Johnson who recently left for service was inducted into the navy and is stationed at Great Lakes, 111. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson. His friend Ralph Krause formerly of Bode, who left with him. was inducted into the army and was sent to Camp Chaffee, Ark. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady received word that their daughter, Margaret McCrady, who is in the navy stationed at San Diego, Calif., was promoted to a third class petty officer Nov. 17. Dinner guests Sunday at the J. F. Hamin home Were Mr and Mrs J. BurlingHam of Nora Springs and Dora Hamm of Long Beach. Calif. Mr and Mrs O; J. Cayou returned home Sunday evening from Still water. Minn, they spent a few days Mr Cayou's relatives. Mr and Mrs James Hughes spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs Harold Hunt, in Algona. Mrs Hunt suffered some bad burns on her face, chest, and arms when the oven of her gas stove exploded. Mr ami Mrs Art Vaudt nnd Marilyn were Sunday dinner guests at the John Zeimet home. Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes Bcrte visited friends in Ft. Dodge Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady received word that their son. Pvt. Robert McCrady, arrived in Korea. Oct. 2fi. Mr and Mrs Vcrnol Opheim nf Bode were Saturday evening visitors at the Art Vaudt home. Mr and Mrs Donald Berryhill and daughter of Duluth. Minn., spent tin- weekend nore with his pa; en's. Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill. Charles Bordwoll, who has been stationed in Africa, is spending a furlough here with his parents. Mr and Mrs Albert Bordwcll. Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig and son wen? Sundny evening supper !.:ik<ts with Mrs Harig'.s mother in Algona. Mr an-i Mrs Fieri Erpoldinu j and Mr and Mrs Frank Erpeld- i in;: of Wntkins. Minn, wer 0 Thu: vr-ifTs the G corgi. Ht-nrv Smith, who makes hi? hnriif with Mr and Mrs Cecil Smith. :> a patient at the Lutheran >•..,: pi-.:;) in Ft. Dodge. William Murray suffered n he,-.it ntt.iik a! h;s home Wednesday evening and was taken to the Mercv hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mis John Runquist and infant daughter born at Mercy hospital in F; Dodge h.'tve returned home. Guests Saturday evening and Siiiylav a! the R.iiph Kcnne };;.:ne were Mr ;.iH Mrs Ralph Mori-;- :-v arid five cl-.ildi'en of Ryan. la Mrs Howard Bartiin and infant daughti. r born at St. Ann hospital in Algona Tuesday have returned home. Mr and Mrs Oscar Olson, 'Mr and Mrs Carl Olson, Mrs John Olson and Mr and Mrs LcRoy Gfdnbach went to the home.)of Guy Roney last week Sunday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. The infant daughter of, Mr afid Mrs Robert Gronbach v^as baptized Sunday morning at "the Lutheran church in LuVerne. She was named Pamela Sue. Sponsors Were Marvin Gronbach and Mrs Loren Bell of Algona. Mrs John O. Hansefi §nter- tained Twenty ladies at Swedish Imported Linen party at her hofne Friday evening. <» " A number of relatives went to the home of Mrs Magnus Erdman Thursday evening to help Mrs Erdman celebrate her birthday. The April-October committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained at a card party in the parish Hall Wednesday evening. High prize in bridge went to Mrs Richard McKenna high in five hundred went to Mrs Ray McCoy and the graveling prize to Mr* Herb Kayser. Refreshments were served by the committee with Mrs Arnold Kellner chairman. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Leo, Ramus and family, Mr and Mrs'ptto Harlan visited Sunday evening at Geo. Lee home in Algona. George Ramus, brother of Leo, was a pheasant hunter here Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ralph Riedcl and Curtis of Rjngsted visited Sunday at the C. E. Householder home. Mrs Woodrow Pettit. Peggy and Ricky were also callers there. , Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow nnd family were dinner guests Sunday at the home of her mother. Mrs Mary Schiltz at Bancroft Lono Rock basketball teams played at Armstrong last Friday- evening. The girls lost 45-47, boys won 57-44. Nov. 18th Lone Rook will play Dolliver there. First home game will be Nov. 22 with Gruver. Ernest Jensen attended a tax school at Iowa City from Monday till Wednesday. Mrs Jensen accompanied him as far as Muscatine where she visited Mr and Mrs William Marlow and Mr and Mrs Stanley Howe. Mr and Mrs Dale Schrocdcr r.i'.d Su.-;m called Sunday on Mrs Kaii? S;.-hroo'rii»r at Fcnlon. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow were Thursday dinner guests ax the Rav Webb home in Humboldt. Saturday Ralph and Bob Smith and friends visited here to do some hunting. Mr and Mrs Frank Richards spent overnite Friday at the home of her mother, Mrs Alfred Ditsworth at Bancroft. Mrs Gene Norman of Seattle. Wash.. Mrs Ruby Sanden of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs -Will Brown of Bradgate called last Saturday at the H. A. Holmgren home. Mf and Mrs Atchie Cook of Port Dodge, Mr and Mrs Glen tubbs of Rutland called there Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred GenricH attended the Alumni homecoming at LuVerne Saturday evening. Mr Genrich graduated with the class of 1907. The Modernette club met last Tuesday at the Roy Bierle home. A bazaar was held with Mrs Raymond Laabs in charge. Next meeting will be a Xmas party with Mrs Gene Bollig. Arndorfer Baby Baptised Nov. 11 At St. Benedict St. Benedict—Karla Kae, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Arndorfer, was baptized Friday evening, Nov. II, by Father C. A. Ahmann. Mr and. Mrs Charles Nordstrom of Emmetsburg were her sponsors. They were also dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm on Friday evening. Mrs Arndorfer has been at the home of her parents, the Magnus Rahms after leaving the hospital. Little Karla Kae was born on her sister Debra's birthday and also baptized the same day. Diane Rahm and Keith Graves of DCS Moines spent the weekend at the Magnus Rahm home. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Graves of Altoona were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mr/ Magnus Rahm. Also present were Mr and Mrs Joe Rahm of Algona, Mr and Mrs Robert Arndorfer, Debra and Karla. Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens- of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Deane Cole; their daughter and son-in- law, also their niece, Marlene Arndorfer who is Mrs Dorothy Arndorfer's daughter, came with them. They all visited at the home of Marlene's mother, Dorothy Arndorfer of St. Benedict the afternoon, Mrs Roy Pickens, Dorothy and Marlene motored to Garner to visit Sister De Sales, who is a sister of Mrs Pickens and a sister-in-law of Dorothy's. Deane Cole and Roy spent the afternoon at the Nick Arndorfer home. Mr and Mrs Tony Brown became parents of their third daughter on Veteran's Day. They also have a son. Mr and Mrs Albert Bormann called at the Magnus Rahm home on Wednesday evening to visit Mr and Mrs Bob Arndorfer and to make the acquaintance of their new iittle daughter Karla, who was born to Bob and Marilyn on Nov. 1. The Philip Arndorfer family railed on the Jack Ludwigs Sunday evening. Creico Chums Cresco Chums held their November meeting at the Community Hall with Sandra Schneider, Deanne Eisenbarth and Theresa Thilges as hosts. Mothers were guests. There were 23 girls present. POOL Thursday, Nov. 24. 1*55 Algona (la.) Uppsr Oil Mo!n«i-7 Cold as it is, Reinbeck folks are thinking about next summer. At the recent city election the electors voted in favor of a $40,000 bond issue for a swimming pool. FARMERS - For the past five years, members of the Polk City Kiwanis club have operated a farm, with the proceeds going directly to the underprivileged children's farm. The project has been quite successful. They started with a 40-acre tract and this year are farming 100 acres. And they've netted $10.000 in five years. AUTO Now Open With Loads Of Toys For All! We're Santa's 'Headquarters' For Sure This Year! And In A New And More Convenient Location ! HERE AT WESTERN AUTO YOU'U FIND THE LARGEST AND FINEST QUALITY DOLL SELECTION AT LOWER PRICES FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE Everything from flashing, gleaming bicycles to miniature wheel toys • • • everything from sporting goods to stuffed toys . . . yes, everything and then fome now ready at your Western Auto Store in Algona! Come in this week and browse around, and remember — Small Deposit Holds Any Purchase On Our Christinas Lay-Away Plan WESTERN AUTO STORE WEST QF IOWA STATE BANK M HARRY IRELANP, Owner "*«*, S>W * />-rV v but L-O-O-K, Folks!!! Just on + + *** *** COME IN AND LOOK US OVER ON ALL THREE BIG FLOORS! Then Select The Furniture Of Your Choice And It May Come To You r; If Your Name Is Picked by The New Algona Mayor on Friday Nile, December 2. YOUR CHRISTMAS DESIRE JUST ONE MORE WEEK TO REGISTER . . . after you have selected "Your Christmas Desire" from any of the furn- • iture on Bjustrom's three big-jam-packed floors! And • don't fret over that Christmas gift problem ... for here under one roof on three floors is the biggest selection of "Home Gifts" in this area! Head for Bjustrom's Furn*• iture . . . look us over . . . then select "Your Christmas Desire". JUST ONE MORE WEEK TO REGISTER! FURNITURE!
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