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.. *» Housewarming Party , Mr and Mrs Joe Mergen were given a housewarming party Sunday, Feb. 12 with the following attending: Mrs Elizabeth Mergen and James of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Leo Mergon and Gary, Algona; Mr and Mrs Joe Reding and family, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding and family, Ottosen; Mr and Mrs Vernon Plathe and family, LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Leo Kirschbaum and family,- Sexton; and Mr and Mrs Bob Bormann and family, Bode. The guests brought the dinner, and also presented Mr and Mrs Mergen with a gift. Portland Progress To Meet The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday. Feb. 16, at 1:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs F. Teeter, with Mrs Ray Fitch, Mrs Axel Carlson and Mrs Goddie Bergerud as assisting hostesses. Rose Bolie and Ruth Bolie will give the lesson. | Celebrate Golden Wedding The children of Mr and Mrs Perry Phillips are holding open house, Feb. 21, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at Johnson House, Algona, to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. All their friends are invited to call. They were married in the bride's country home near Dun- cbrnbe, Iowa, Feb. 21, 1906; moved to near Algona in 1919 and have lived here since. There are three children: Clifton and Clarence both of Spencer» and Pauline, (Mrs Monroe Mikkelson) of Longmont, Colo. They also have seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. They request no gifts. Hostess At Coffee Mrs Andrew Hansen entertained at an informal coffee Monday afternoon. Guests were Mrs C. W. Fassbender, Mrs Erman Hansen, Mrs Lolla Ladendorff and Mrs Clara Taylor. The time was spent socially. Silver Anniversary Manors Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer were given a surprise party Sunday evening, Jan. 29 in honor of their Silver wedding anniversary.. Those in attendance were ' Mr and Mrs Maynard Netnilz of Fenton, Mrs Gerald Meyer and Stevie, George Schneider and , Fred of Bancroft: Mr and Mrs Gerhardt Meyer and Fred Schneider of LuVerne; Mrs Edwin Kuehnast and Mr and Mrs Leo Kuehnast of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Al Johnson of Hardy; Mr and Mrs Ray Funk, Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider and Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge and the respective families. Those unable to be present were Mr and Mrs Henry Schultz of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Roy Ku'ehnast of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kuehnast of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer. The guests provided the refreshments, presented the honorees with gifts, and a two-tiered anniversary cake was served. Delphian Luncheon The Delphian Society will have a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs Mabel Paxson Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 1:15 p.m. Baptist Women Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 16. Mrs Clark Orton will give the devotions. A Million Thanks! It is with the deepest appreciation that we say thanks ' to the 2,500 persons who visited our new lumber yard Feb. 10 during our grand opening. Your presence and your words of congratulations were sincerely appreciated. We hope our mutual meeting will always remain a pleasant memory. Here is a picture of our busy place during the Grand Opening day. For all of you who registered for our free prizes, we will have a complete list of winners in next week's paper. Thanks everyone for your wonderful reception of our new yard. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. ALGONA, IOWA MAftOMAL GUARD MUSTER DAY MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION As mayor of the city of Algona, Iowa, I wish tb call to the attention of our citizens the importance of the one-clay recruiting drive of the National Guard here February 18, 1956. At the moment the National Guard of this, country is at the greatest strength in its history. But our military planners wish it to be larger still. This in in line with present policy of strengthening our reserve forces so that we will not have to support indefinitely a large, active military establishment. These same volunteer citizen-soldiers who provide us with an economical and efficient defense force, serve also in time of peace as a trained and valuable shield against the ravages of natural disaster. For these reasons, I appeal to the citizens of this community to support wholeheartedly the coming effort of their National Guard to enlist new members. Mayor Cameron C. Shierk Fellowship Meeting Circles of the Congregational Fellowship will meet as follows— Circle 2, Thursday, Febx 16 with Mrs Pearl Potter assisted by Mrs Elizabeth Schenck and Mrs Willard Zeigler. Circle 3, Thursday, Feb. 16 with Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley assisted by Mrs Theo Chris- chilles and Mrs W. H. Sharp. Circle 1, Tuesday evening, Feb. 21 with Mrs James Merryman assisted by Mrs Robert Dewel, Helen Comfort and Mrs Leon Laird. "World Day of Prayer" services will be held Friday, Feb. 17 at the Congregational church at 2 o'clock. Square Dance Held The Farm Bureau Young People's regular meeting , was held Wednesday evening, Feb. 8 at the Farm Bureau office. Three members plan on attending a leadership school March 18 to 20 at the Southern University of Illinois. An educational panel was presented by Janice Bjustrom, Shirley Shipler, Ronald Holland Mary Ann Papausek and Dale Johnson. The group sponsored a square dance Friday, Feb. 10, for all Farm Bureau Young People and the Young Married Group and guests at the Burt Legion Hall. Methodist Circles Dated Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 16 as follows—Sept., Mrs M. H. McEnroe; Oct., Mrs Fred Bartholomew; Nov., Mrs Leonard Maasdam; Dec., Mrs J; Thompson; Jan., Fireside room, Mrs Margaret Reid and Mrs Robert Schoby hostesses; Feb., Mrs C. H. Clement; March, Mrs James Kelly; April, Mrs H. S. Montgomery; May, Mrs L. J. Malueg. First Lutheran Circles Circles of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb. 16, the "Sarah" circle with Mrs E. B. Carlson, the "Martha" Circle with Mrs Clayton Percival. Grade Mothers Met , First Grade Mothers of the Lucia Wallace school met Thursday, Feb. 2 with Mrs Ed Wittkopf. She was assisted &y Mrs Everett Barr. A talk was given by the teacher, Pat Dupuis. P.E.O. Sisterhood ,The P.E.O. Sisterhpod will meet Wednesday evening, Feb. 15. at 7:30 p.m. at Ella Thompson home. The program "Person To Person" will be in charge of Kay Misbach. "E.T.W." Club The "E.T.W." met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Gwen McDonald. 1,720 At Opening Montgomery Ward Mrs Ollie Johnson, manager ot the new Montgomery Ward order store in Algona, announced that 1,720 persons visited the store during its grand opening event Friday, Feb. 10. Fifteen clerks were on hand to welcome and assist visitors. The new store is located across the street east of the Algona postoffice. Cullen At Convention Pat Cullen, partner with his brother Ed in ownership of Kohlhaas Hardware, is in Minneapolis attending the annual convention of the "Our Own Hardware" stores organization, of which the local store is a participating owner-member. The convention features merchandising plans for 1956. DIES Lawler lost one of the state's oldest residents, in the death of Thomas Quirk, at the home of his daughter in Oskaloosa. Mr Quirk was 97. Congratulations TO THE BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Your spacious and beautiful new building is a wonderful example of progressive business enterprise. May we congratulate you on this fine new structure. MINNEOPA CONCRETE PRODUCTS COMPANY CONCRETE BLOCKS • HAYDITE BLOCKS • DRAIN TILE • HOG TROUGHS • GLASS BLOCKS • SEPTIC TANKS • BIRD BATHS • STEEL LINTELS • PRE-CAST CONCRETE STEPS • ORNAMENTAL STEEL RAILINGS Mankato, Minn, Calvin Coolidge was Vice President under Warren Harding. He became President at Harding's death in 1923. Algona Upper Des Moine* FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales can get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossuth county. February 15, Wednesday—Geo. F. Grimsehl complete closing put sale on the farm located 4 miles east and 1 mile north of LuVerne with a full line of farm machinery and miscellaneous items, plus 10 head of cattle. Herman Brummond is the auctioneer and the Farmers State Bank, Lu- Verne, is clerk. Full details in an ad in last week's UDM. Feb. 16, Thursday—Bert Geerdes & Son, 3Vz south and IVfe east of Lakota. Purebred Spotted Poland China bred gilt sale. Details today's UDM. February 20, Monday — Mrs Josephine Woodwick, sale 2 west and 2>/2 south of Fenton, 1 p.m. Complete closing out of machinery, livestock, etc. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Sale details this week in UDM. Feb. 21, Tuesday—Ernest Votteler sale, 2 west and 2V 2 south of Fenton. Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. February 23, Thursday — J. G Graham closing out sale, 3 miles north of Drive-In theatre, east of Algona on highway 18. Complete sale details in UDM today. Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Feb. 23, Thursday — Clifford ,'Pringle and Albert Cody auction sale 33 head livestock, machinery, household goods, etc. 2 west, IVfe north and \'\ west of Seneca. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers: Emmet County State Bank. Ringsted, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. March 1, Thursday—Ferd Mittag, complete closing out sale, including good milk cows. At farm 1 mile W., 3 S. of Lone .flock. Lloyd Berkland and Charlie Quinn, auctioneers. Every farm sale ad which originates with The Algona Upper Des Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted Em'burg Winner In No* Central Catholic Loop Emetsburg Catholic proved its dominance of the' North Central Catholic Conference with a 67-50 win over Q.t. Joseph's of Mason City Thursday and finished with a perfect 8-0 league mark. St. John's of Bancroft and Pocahontas Catholic will tangle Thursday night in a battle for second place in the final loop standings. The two are tied with identical 4-3 records with one game to go. St. Cecelia's of Al- gonu wound up fourth and St. Joseph's of Masoft City in the cellar. CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L Pet. Emmetsburg 8 0 1.000 Bancroft 4 3 .571 Pocahontas 4 3 .571 Algona ..2 6 .250 Mason (JMty 1 7 .125 Freshman-Sophomore Standings Pocahontas 7 0 1.000 Algona 4 4 .500 Mason City 3 4 .429 Bancroft 2 4 .400 Emmetsburg 3 5 .375 AOVMTIM0 IN THIS MONTH? KNOX, Unfavored Gelatine, pkg. C and H Cane sugar 5Sc FLEISCHMANN'S Active Dry Yeast in new "Thrifty I An KARO Brand Syrup 5Lb DKgj c NESTLE'S Choc. Morsels, pkg BALL Dome Lids. 2 pkgs. HI-LEX Bleach qt. RAY'S MARKET 23c 29c 2lc MOVIE FILMS • Of Interest to Farmers Friday afternoon and evening, February 17, we will be showing at our store FULL COLOR MOVIES on new harvesting methods, complete with sound. These films will show self-propelled choppers, bunk feeders. different types of unloading wagons, blowers and other allied equipment — all in actual operation. Remember — Friday Afternoon & Evening at BRADLEY BROS. No Charge, Of Course At Our Store Tuesday, February 14, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moin«*~3 At Short Course Two Lone Rock men, E. A. Lee and L. L. Merchant, attended the annual drainage and soil conservation contractors' short course at Iowa State College, Ames, Feb. 8-10. Fenton Forwards A meeting of the Fenton For-" wards was held at Ruth Millers on Feb. 6. Eighteen members were present. Demonstrations were given by Ruth and Judy Voigt. COAST-TO-COAST S-P-E-C-I-A-L-S WARM CHORE GLOVES 29C REGULARLY 34c PAIR! Snug knit wrist, warm comfortable gloves for indoor and outdoor wear. 12 ounce golden fleece fabric. Special for Dollar Days! COVERED CAKE PAN YOU SAVE 42c ON THESE! — Famous quality aluminum .cake pan with snug-fitting cover. Bright mirror finish, easy to clean. Special for Dollar Days! 97* ROLL PAINTER OR PAN TAKE YOUR CHOICE of these regular 79c values! Or buy them both. Roll-on painter insures perfect work, lamb's wool cover on plastic core. Ramp type painter pan. Special for Dollar Days! 47* DECORATED WASTEBASKET 39c VALUE! Seven quart large size baskets with full color lithograph rose or ship design all the way 'round. Nine inches high. Special for Dollar Days! 29* HACK SAW BLADES REGULARLY PRICED 3 for 15c! Ton-inch blades, 24 teeth. Hardened steel cuts metal, wood, leather, rubber or plastic. Special for Dollar Days! 3 for 9$ FIVE-SEWN BROOM REGULARLY $1.291 You save more than one-third! Good quality broom corn sewed five times for extra strength. Smooth turquoise handle. Special for Dollar Days! 88* STORES ED WOLF, Owner Saturday Is "National Guard Day" Open House At National Guard Armory CONGRATULATIONS The Success Over the years, of your policy of highest quality merchandise and service is evident in your magnificent new plant. We, too, are proud to have contributed to BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS QUALITY. NORTH WESTERN-HANNA FUEL COMPANY Minneapolis, Minn. SUPPLIERS OF BOTSFORD;S PEERLESS COAL

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