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January 31,1956 lies fNoinrs Grant Twp. Young People Wed In Two Ceremonies Swea it Bagle — Dorothy Mix, of Jackson, Minn., daughter of Mr and Mrs Lester Adkins of Fulda, Minn., and Orval Work, son of Mr and Mrs Harley Wofk of Grant township, were married in a ceremony performed at Jack- Look up Feed Dealers In the classified section of your phone book. Whatever product or service you need—Feed Dealer, Livestock, Farm Machinery and Supplies, Trucking—you'll fAnd it FAST in the YELLOW PAGES. son Minn., Friday afternoon, Jan. 20 at 4 o'clock. Attending the coupte were her sister, Mrs Henry Janzen, and Leleton Alexander. After a honeymoon trip in the southern states the couple will make their home here where the bridegroom farms with his father. Krosch-Meyer Nuptials Marlys Amelia, daughter of Mr AS-TOONS KEN&'lEO'S "I used to get my tires at COST . . . 'til the guy went broke." Our v prices are as LOW as any other station that is still IN BUSINESS! K£H & LtO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. and Mrs M. C. -Krosch, Ledyard, and James Arnold, son of Mr and Mrs Dennis Meyer were married Jan. 14 at the Sacred Heart church in Ledyard. The bride is a graduate of Grant consolidated high school and later attended DeLyles beauty academy and the LaJames beauty school in Mason City. She now operates her own shop at Ledyard. The bridegroom since graduation from East Chain high school has been engaged in farming. He will soon leave to serve in the army. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson became parents of a son born Monday, Jan. 23 at an Estherville hospital. The baby weighed 7 Ibs. and has been named Paul Alan. This is the couple's first child. Connie, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Bohy was a surgical patient at Buffalo Center hospital Monday, Jan. 23. Mrs Gordon Westcott has returned home after undergoing major surgery at an Estherville hospital. John S. Nelson who lives on RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION gives YOU more convenience and comfort than any other combination window \ RUSCO DOOR HOODS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home 1 Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after 6 p.m. Display at 116 So. Dodge, Algona Y/////s/W7/sss/ss//s//sf////////s///ss/s/////s//m//s, his farm east of Swea City became ill Wednesday and was tak» en by ambulance to an Esther- vine hospital. Mr and Mrs Frank Waid and baby daughter Donna Rae of Charles City wefe week ago Sunday visitors at the home of her father William Barger and Mrs Waid's sister and her family, the Glenn Clarks. Mrs Russell Smith and Mrs Spensley Mather were refreshment hostesses of the Methodist Junior Mission group held at the church basement Friday after school. Ed Peterson entered Winnebago hospital last week for treatment. The adult farm school will meet Wednesday night, Feb. 1 at the Community school Swea City* Harvey Larson, Glen Olson and Walter Peterson will constitute a panel discussion "How we can produce better oats." Mr arid Mrs Laurence Hanson attended funeral services for his great aunt, Mrs Ed Nelson at Forest City Saturday afternoon, Jan. 21. Returning with the Hansons were his mother, Mrs L. J. Hanson who had gone to Forest City earlier in the week to help care for Mrs Nolson whd died Thursday morning. Mrs Nelson was an aunt of the late L. J. Hanson. Algona Woman Weds Seneca Man Seneca — A wedding of inter; est to Senecans was solemnized at the Methodist church at Blue Earth, Minn., last Friday, Jan. 20, when Mrs Gertrude Dale of Algona became the bride of Ralph Campbell of Seneca. Mr and Mrs Otis Opsal attended the couple. Mr and Mrs Campbell left last Wednesday lor California where they plan to spend six weeks visiting relatives. Mr Campbell will visit a granddaughter and Mrs Campbell will visit with her son Dick and family at Resada, Cal. Meyer Pumps In 34 Points But Bulldogs Loser, 69-68 Quiz Show Is Planned, Bud Club Meeting Hurt — The Burt Woman's club meeting for Monday evening Feb. 6 will be held at the home of Mary Smith with Lettie Vogel assisting hostess. An Iowa quiz will be conducted. "Where is the Apple-Treat Farm and how did it get its name," will be conducted by Mrs H. O. Buell. Who was Herbert Quick? His influence on Iowa development by Elsie Lockwood. Why Canada is Booming, by C. D. Howe, will be reviewed by Nelle Dremmel, and Thecla Christensen will give a review of ''Sha-ga-na-she Wa-du-kee" by Richard Morenus. Fidelis Clast Party Fidelis. class party was held at L'urena Soderbergs Wednesday with some 11 members attending. Margaret Hoffmaster was a guest. Elsie Lockwood h$d games. The February meeting will be with Erma Pratt. Father-Son Banquet The Father and Son banquet of the Methodist church will be held Wednesday evening, Feb. 8 at 7:00. Wes Bartlett of Algona will be the guest speaker. Women of the W. S. C. S. will serve the meal. Housewarming Party Mr and Mrs Wm. Madsen Sr., moved recently to the Fred Vogel farm south ofj town and friends and relatives Attended a housewarming at the new place Sunday afternoon. Present were Dora Bierstedt, Algona; Mr and Mrs Piles May Lead To Other Ailments mil iOOK - Explain* >qtfcM Focal tnf«xtlons Including Colitis and Constipation If you have Piles (hemorrhoids), Fistula, rectal abscess, or any rectal or colon disorder—it is important you understand how any of the ailments shown in the chart may result from rectal trouble, OUR APPOINTMENT AS AUTHORIZED DEALER for the Yes! 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'Drop in the next time you are near... we'ro going to try very hard to make sure you wi|| like to do business with us. COMPUTE PARTS AND SiRVICE ALGONA FLOUR & FEED SEEDS - FfcETIUZIW - I UIK and SPREADER SERVICE Algona, Iowa Pkon* LIVER C, KIDNEY DISTURBANCES If you will write today to the McCleary Clinic and Hospital, E1330 Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs 1, Mo.—they will send you a FREE copy of a new 130-page illustrated book which explains rectal, stomach and colon disorders in clear, plain language. It may help you to avoid unnec- cessary delay and worrv later. ustave Berninghaus and Gus, West Bend; Mr and Mrs Elrad Simmons and children of Easton,. Minn.; Mr and Mrs L. H. Wehrs- pann and Harlan, Melvin Lauck and Allan, William Ostwald, Carol. Beverly and Donna, Ferd Ostwald, Willis Struecker, Betty and Mary, Mrs Esther Schmitt and Marvin of Whittemore; the Don Riemers, the Merlin Madsens and the Wm. Madsens Jr. of Burt. Mrs John Geesman, chairman for the March of Dimes drive in Burt reports the following workers: Mrs James Christensen, who had the business district, Wilma Fairbanks, Ruth Garman, Gladys Hawcott, Jean Lockwood, Benita Mitchell, Clara Reynolds, Celia Scott and Edna Smith. The Sewing Circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs Will Vogel instead of with Mrs Cora Stow as planned. Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith with Mr and Mrs F. L. Pratt were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mrs Ed Murtagh in Algona. Mrs O. H. Buell, who .had spent a few days with Mrs' Murtagh, returned home with the Smiths. Mrs Haack of Livermore was a guest at the Rudy Willrett home recently when the Friendly Birthday club members observed Mrs Willretts birthday. Mrs Wm. Madsen Sr., was also a guest. Mrs Bertha Stow spent Tuesday with the Merwyn Cunninghams and accompanied them to Algona in the morning. Dennis Shipler, who had been a patient in Rochester nearly three weeks came home Sunday. Dennis, the son of Mr and Mrs Vern Shipler, had an emergency appendectomy Dec. 20, but complications developed and he was flown to Rochester. Dennis is a freshman in school. Mr and Mrs John Geesman and baby of Charles City spent the weekend with relatives here. Mr Geesman is taking a Linotype course in Charles City and will be finished in six weeks. St. John's Lutheran Aid will meet Thursday, Feb. 2 with Mrs Ella Meyer and Mrs Eugene Meyer as hostesses. Market Basket names are Mrs R. A. Bleich, Mrs Herman Bussie, Mrs M. Cunningham, Mrs Walter Dackeij and Mrs Emil Eime'rs Thursday evening Feb. 2nd is Men's club meeting. The following girls enjoyed a slumber party at the home of Mary Keith Wednesday night; Mary Helen Black, Arlis Johnson, Beverly Larson, Karen Lavrenz and Alice Thompson. The group had supper at the Johnson House in Algona and attended the movie in the evening. INCREASE In Calhoun county last year there were 220 births, and 112 deaths; an increase of almost two to one. And 121 couples got married; only 12 got divorced. TWINS Twin brothers from Laurens have joined the armed services recently. They are Archie Urn- brell of Ayrshire and Arthur Umbrell of Laurens. Both will receive basic training at Camp Chaffee. SOth At Logan, J. C. Hammitt was recently honored in a simple ceremony as he completed 50 years in the Masonic order there. Eagle Grove Is Victor Friday; I Games Away A record-breaking performance by big Doug Meyer, who pumped in 34 points, failed to usher the Algona Bulldogs to victory in the high school gym Friday night as Eagle Grove edged the locals, 69-68, in a fast-moving thriller. The defeat, second of the week, gave the Bulldogs an 8-7 season record and a 5-5 mark in the North Central Conference race Algona plays ill next three games on the road. Tuesday night the locals go to Webster City, undefeated in conference play and 75-55 victors over Algona earlier, then travel to Hampton Friday night for a meeting with the cellar dwellers. Coach Bob King's outfit am the fast-moving Eagles kept i cozy • all night. The Bulldogs roared away to a quick lead, hac the visitors down by'eight points early in the fray and held a 20-15 lead at the end of the first period as Meyer got five baskets. With three minutes gone in the second round Eage Grove tied the count at 23-23 on the shooting o'f Cupp and Kurt Sunner. Agona began to pull away and led, 28-23 midway in the period. The Eagles got hot, took the lead 33-30, but a bucket by Loren Nelson cut the Eagle lead to 33-32 at the buzzer. Eagle Grove stayed 'on top until the Bulldogs tied the count at 43-43 with five minutes of the third stanza gone. Meyer kept firing, thu .ball kept going in, but the visitors rolled into a 53-48 lead as the third period ended. Algona cut the margin to one point twice in the fourth period, but couldn't quite overtake the hot-shooting Eagles. Meyer!* 1,1 points in the final round pushed his total to M and • basket at the busser by Nelson mad* the score S9-M. ' Doug flipped in 13 field goals and eight free tpsses during the fray. His rebounding and ball- handling against the Eagle Grove pressing defense were outstanding and his baskets, came .from all over the floor; •• The Eagle press forced Algona\;into mistakes, but the final,edge, was the result, of accuracy at the free throw line. The winners hit 21 of 30 while Algona, dunked 20 qt 32. Field goals were even at 24 each. Algona's Bs came back after trailing early to take a thrilling 38-96 win in the opener. Tom Zittrltsch counted 14 points for Box score-varsity: North Central Conference Standings W L Webster 'City 10 0 Iowa Falls .-. 8 3 Eagle Grove 8 4 Clear Lake 6 5 Algona 5 5 HumbokH .__ 4 7 Clarion . 2 9 Hampton 1 11 Eagle Grove (69) FG FT PF Maxon 1 0 3 P. Sunner 3 1 3 Jones --0 0 1 Cupp _. — 6 6 2 K. Sunner .8 0 1 Van Sickle - 2 2 2 Simpson 4 12 4 24 21 18 Algon. (68) FG FT PF Kickbush 422 Zittrltsch 025 Meyer 13 8 3 Nelson 562 Harms 2 3 2 Kern 0 0 2 Finley , 0 0 3 24 20 19 Women's Pin Meet Opens At Barry Alleys Esther Williams leads the singles, Carol Godfredsen the all- events and Vera and Leona Erpelding the doubles in the women's city bowling tournament at Barry's. Mrs Williams flipped a 554 series, including handicap, to edge ahead of Frances Wiese, who had a 551, and Jackie Laing with a 550. Miss Godf redsen's scratch count of 1410 put her ahead of Arlene Kajewski, who had 1379, and Helen Kirkland, .who registered a 1376, in the all-events. The two Erpeldings chalked up a 1053 doubles total. Helen Kirkland and Pat Taylor are second with their 1033, while Lavonne Pittman and Ann Lytle are third with a 1025 mark. Jeri McKean turned in the top single line during the week's activities, a 213. Kay Voigt checked in with a *211 and Arlene •Kajewski became the third to top 200 with a 202 line. Action in the annual tourney will end wmbrrdw (Wednesday) night. . Burt Wins Two From Wesley Burt picked up a pair of bas« ketball victories over Wesley at Burt Jan. 24. The girls won their second game of* the season in overtime, 41-37, while the boys raced away to an 85-55 verdict in the nightcap. Burt led at the half of the girls contest, 20-13, but trailed at the three-quarter mark, 24-22. The count was tied, 35-35, at the end of regulation time and Burt came through in the overtime. Sheryl Smith notched 18 points for Burt, while Bleich got 23 and Root 13 for Wesley. Jerry Garman pumped in 28 points, John Smidt 20, Larry Manus 13 and Gary Giddings 12 as Burt won the boys game easily. Root got 23 and Robinson 14 for Wesley, , Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained her bridge club, Saturday afternoon, Jan. 21. Notice To Algona Property Owners February 11 is the Deadline, the final day, for paying assessments of Algona property owners for the new curb and gutter - and sanitary sewer district No. 12. Amount of assessments are obtainable at the off ice of the City Clerk in the Algona City Hall. After February 11, interest penalty will accrue, at 6 percent. —City of Algona

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