Jane Lewis Bride Here In Ceremony On Dec. 31 Baptismal Rites Baptismal rites have been hold at St. Cecelia's church for Kathleen Ruth, daughter of Mr -and Mrs Aelred Hildman. Degree Of Honor Degree of Honor Lodge will meet ori Monday, Jan. 16 at the Moose Hall at 7:30 for installation of officers. 'Meat Lift' Group To Meet Representatives from each of 12 Kossuth county towns, and also from each county newspaper will attend a second meeting Wednesday evening, Jan. 11, at the Farm Bureau headquarters in Algona, to discuss further plans for a proposed county-wide "Eat More Pork" campaign. Invitations were sent to 10 packers to have representatives at the meeting also. The planned campaign is to be sponsored by the Kossuth County Livestock Committee, headed by Joe Skow. Wesley, as chairman. Meanwhile, 'Skow stated that loiters are in the mails to all county farmers, urging them to cut their supply of sows kept for 1956 farrowing by 10 to 15%, to relieve the pork surplus. The Livestock committee' also plans personal contact with all farmers, lo forward this sow-cutting program, which will be purely on a voluntary basis. Each committee member is to be responsible for the farm-to-farm contacts. in three townships. Following the Wednesday evening meeting at the Farm Bureau offices, it is planned to fotv ward details of the proposed •'Eat More Pork" campaign to all meat retailers in the county. Bancroft K.C.'s Initiate Jan. 15 Initiation and a banquet for members of Father H u n t' s Knights of Columbus members of Bancroft will be held Jan. 15 Candidates and members will receive Holy communion in a body at 8:30 a.m. at St. John's church at Bancroft. At i p.m. the candidates will assemble at the K.C. hall in Algona, for initiation into the first. second and third degree, and at 7 p.m. a banquet will be held at St. John's Hull in Bancroft, with the C. D. of A. serving. All K.C members, new or old, their wives or girl friends, are invited. Father Supple, director of Catholic youth "at Iowa State college, will be the main speaker. A boys trio from St. John's school will provide entertainment. Jane Ruann Lewis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry M. Lewis of Algona, became the bride of James Gordon Brugman, son of Mrs Karl J. Brugman of Sioux Rapids, in a double ring ceremony performed at 4 p.m. Dec. 31, by Rev. John M. Kain at the Regular Baptist church here in the presence of about 80 guests. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Jane Dearch of Omaha, Neb., and Gaylon Anderson of Marathon acted as best man. Jack Limbaugh was head usher, assisted by Keith and Terry Brug- mcui. Mrs Hallard Snyder Jr. was organist, and Charlotte Hyndrrian of Cumberland, Iowa, was soloist. . >Tbe bridal gown was of nylon tulle and chantilly lace, over slipper satin, fashioned with long pointed lace sleeves, fitted bodice and Illusion inset with a small round lace collar. Her headpiece was a small, white satin tiarra with pearls, and an illusion tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of white mums with tiny pink rose buds on a white Bible. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Pauline Lenz was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Lloyd Kobmson cut the wedding cake, and Mrs A. E. Kresensky presided over coffee while Mrs Gene Scribner poured the punch. Lois Reib- hoff and Carol Collins assisted the bride with her gifts, and waitresses were Julia Bourne of Algona, and Marilyn Sample of Omaha Baptist Bible Institute. The young couple will be at home at Ames after a short wedding trip. The bridegroom is a student at Iowa State College He is a graduate of Sioux Rapids high, and served in the army overseas as a sergeant of artillery in Germany <*« n 1 ™ t?"^ 'f- ? I?, a ? ua T te of A] S° na high school, and attended ocal A S r W lst ?w le ; Ir l Stit £ t£ V She has been employed in the local A.S.C. office. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Birthday Observance Mrs Richard Dallman gave a party last week Tuesday evening honoring her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Carl Bonstead of Graettinger, Dell and Bob Marlowe, Mr arid Mrs James Marlow and Mr and Mrs Mar;- lin Bausman of Lone Rock. The evening was spent at cards and refreshments were served. Hcsiess At Party Audrey Frye entertained at an informal party Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs James Alien, Mrs Henry Douglas, Mrs Charles Harvey, Edna Kettleson, Mrs Louis Lynk, Mrs Ralph Morgan, Esther Quinby, Mary Ann Simmons, and Mrs Sid Spear. The time wus spent socially and lunch was served. Newcomers Plan Guest Night Twenty-seven members of the Newcomers Club met at the Legion clubrooms last Thursday evening, and made plans for a guest night to be held Jan. 19. Hostesses for the meeting -were Mesdames Marianne Grau, Helen Price, and Betty Jo Henderson. Cards were played with prizes going to Mrs Ruth Meelhaus, and Mrs Jenny Buchanan, and Mrs Melba Strickler. To Wed Jan. 28 Mr and Mrs George Simons of Algona announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Anita Marie, to William Degen of Algona, son of 'Mrs Elizabeth Degen. The ceremony will take place Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, with Monsignor P. P. Gearen officiating. The couple will live in Algona where the bridegroom is employed by Everds Bros. Christmas In California « Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding and daughter, Lonita, spent the Christmas holidays in California visiting Mr and Mrs John Coleman and daughter Maureen. Mrs Coleman is the former Patricia Reding. While in California, the Redings visited many relatives and friends. Also toured the famed Disneyland and other tourist points of interest. C. D. A. To Meet The C. D.-of A. will hold regular meeting Thursday evening, Jan. 12 at eight o'clock in the V.F.W. hall. Chairladies will be Mabel Lee and Julia Meissner. Each person attending i.s requested to bring "white elephants" for entertainment prizes. At Open House Mr and Mrs Joe Cogloy were at Bancroft last week Sunday to attend the open house held at her brother and sister-in-law's, Mr and Mrs C. C'. Innum. Every Livingroom SUITE IN OUR PRESENT STOCK! In 1956 We Will Concentrate Our Livingrobm Suite Buying on Two Major Lines — We Are Now Closing Out Four. Other-Lines,,, Now , v On Our .Floor. , , . We Mean Business! IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS 10-DAY SPECIAL THAT WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK A STRAIGHT DISCOUNT 'Q On Every Suite in Stock Come And See For Yourself! R. 6* Richardson i Furniture Co. WEST OF NEW COURTHOUSE Register Here For The Free Hams Chevrolet Introduces Restyled Corvette Second Birthday Mrs James Kolp is entertaining ,at a party Thursday afternoon in honor of the second birthday of her daughter Nancy. Guests will be Mrs Dick Burl and Tommy, Mrs Don Hemmingsen and Connie, Mrs Ted Herbst and Lori, Mrs Willard Sanford and Ann, Mrs Ed Sindelar and Donald, and Mrs Rex Voyles ami Scott. Helen Winkel To Wed Banns of-marriage have been pronounced for Jerry Garguilo, of Los Angeles, Calif., and Helen Marie Winkel. They will be married Saturday morning in St. Cecelia's church. Also for Robert John Vaske of Bancroft and Betty Ann Riebhoff-William Bernard' Uegan and Anita Marie Simop«-K'->bert Barone, Long Island. N. Y. and Ida Rose Fandel. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Charles E. Johnson of Algona announce the en- gagment of their daughter, Shirley, to Charles Smith, formerly df 'Westboro. Mo. Mr Smith is employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Iowa. Big Six Birthday Club Mrs W. J Sigsbee was hostess to the "B't'A Six" birthday club Wednesday afternoon at a put- luck luncheon. The birthday oi Mrs Walter Klamp of Humboldt was being observed. ' Chevrolet adds another chapter to its pioneering achievements with a new Corvette in the sport car field. Among principal features are a power-actuated fabric toil lift and a removable solid top, which like the body is built of reinforced glass fiber plastic. The cur has been completely reslyled and offers either a manual or Powerglide transmission coupled to a V8 engine of 225 horsepower. In appearance the latest Corvette may be readily distinguished from previous models. Itear fenders sweep downward and the sides of the body carry a sculptured depression. Exterior color choices list blutk, green, copper, red, blue and while, with the cockpit color* keyed in beige or red. Six Fined Here In J.P. Court Six men paid fines on an assortment of charges in Justice G. H. Ostwinkle's court during the past week. ' Virgil C. Everett, Britl, was assessed '$10 and costs for crossing a yellow line; Louis I. Schumacher, Algona, paid $5 and costs for improper truck-equipment; Donald L. Frideres, Algona, paid $10 and costs for attempting to take fish without a license; Earl R. Chambers, Corwith, paid $15 and costs for speeding in a restricted zone; and Arnold H. Krause, Fenton, paid $5 and costs on a stop sign violation. Clyde W. Steinberg, Buffalo Center, was fined $25 and costs for being intoxicated on a public highway, however $15 of the fine was suspended on good behavior. Date Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 0 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Mi .38 .47 .36 -23 -28 .28 More mild weather is in the offing, Mayor's Court Only one case was heard in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. Wayne H. Jorgensen. Algona, paid $5 and costs on a stop sign violation. NEW TREATMENT fOR CALF SCOURS! Dihydtostreplomycin sulfMe, Kaolin, Alumina, Pectin, Vitamin A • Combination of 5 ingredients —each designed to play a specific part in treatment of calf scours! Nontoxic—completely safe—Bolus K.AO- STRF.P treats the whole disease. Also fof pig SCOUrs. Philadelphia l,rt, As Advertised Regularly in the Farm & Home Section RUSK DRUG Tuesday, January 10, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Oe* Mdlrtit*-!! IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT If ObM Classifieds Pay tttttdMid'ft SO PROMPT! SO CLEAN! SO DEPENDABLE.' Shaves Away Tree Roots, Grease, And Other Stoppages Like Magic. ONE YEAR GUARANTEE Serving Kossulh County A NATIONAL SERVICE AVAILABLE LOCALLY Cowan Roto Rooter Phone 980 Algona FINAL WEEK! HURRY MANY NEW ITEMS OFFERED NOW FOR FIRST TIME! Winter Goafs Were $40 Were $35 Were $30 Group at 29.88 24.88 19.88 15.00 t Dresses 4.99 6.99 5.99 8.99 Many Below Actual Cost Were Reg. Up to $15.00 ; SKIRTS-One Rack 'Falf fc Winter Styles 1 3 Off BLOUSES - Many Desirable Styles __ 1 3 Off HOUSE DRESSES - DUSTERS CHENILLE ROBES - JUMPERS ___ 1/3 Off Rich Plaid BLOUSES Imports rr flashing plaids — short" sleeves — two-way collars — all sizes. On Balcony. PASTEL SHEET BLANKETS Just arrived for White Sale! Size 70x90 inches and soft as down. Pink, Yellow, Green, Blue ____ 4 l A £• CHENILLE BATH SETS - trim 'set of chenille rug measuring 21 x 98 inches and lid cover to match. Multi-color patterns on solid grounds CHENILLE'SPREADS — special assortment of pure white or colored grounds with multi-color J f"t patterns on solid grounds _„ "• V I PUROFOAM PILLOWS - slight irregulars of $5.00 pillow, foam rubber with zipper cover that fits snugly. A 1JTI Pink or blue O.UI DACRON PILLOWS — piped edges, virgin Dacron filling- Each pair in plastic bag. Choice of white, blue, maize and mint MATTRESS PADS - of quilted Pacific muslin. Lockstitch block quilting. A AQ Full bed size V>VV Twin bed size SHEETS-CASES Famous "PACIFIC" 72 x 99 Inch 1.59 81 x 99 Inch 1.79 72 x 108 Inch -- 1.79 81 x 108 Inch 1.99 42x36 Inch Pillow Cases, 43c PACIFIC CONTOUR SHEETS Heavy Muslin — Type 140 Twin Bottom 2.09 Twin Top 2.29 Full Bottom 2.29 Full Top - — 2.59 Special Crib Size 1.49 GRAHAM S-P-E-C-I-A-L! NYLON HOSE PAIRS For New in the Sale) FIRST QUALITY. 51 Gauge, 15 Denier. New Spring Shades. CANNON TOWELS Big 22 x 44 inch bath size) With Nylon and Dacron sel- vcge for extra strength. Choice of rose, pink, blue, yellow, green and turquoise. Stock up on Cannons! Available at Kossuth Motor Co., Algona Childrens Coats - Snowsuifs - Boys Jackets-All '/3 OFF •**:'
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