•) U PP 8f Tuesday, March 13, 1956 Dedication At lone Rock Of S. S. Memorial Lone Rack — Memorial De- iication services were held Sunday at' the Lbne Rock Presbyterian church for the memorial gift of a walnut cross and candle holders presented to the Junior Sunday school Dept. by Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson and family in memory of their infant son, Paul Benjamin. Welcomed into the church was the following members of the communicants class: Nancy Fischer Carol Householder, Craig Blanchard, Vernon Culbertson, Jerry Newbrough, Kern Marlow, Argil Pettit, Larry Ramus and David Weber. Adults that were taken in as new members were Del Marlow, Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow, Sandra MarlOw, Mr and Mrs James Marlow, Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Pettit, and Merwin Marlow. P.W.O. Circle* To Meet Lone Rock P.W.O. circles wil meet March 15 at the followini homes: Patsy with Mrs A. E Newbrough and Mrs Art Prieb assisting; Mrs Roy Jensen wil have charge of the program. Esther will meet at the home o Mrs Marlin Bausman with Mr E. M. Jensen assisting and Mrs Clarence Kraft Will have charge of the program. Mary will meet with Mrs Clarence Martin and Mrs Delmar Fischer assisting. Mrs Rose Kraft will have charge of the program. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine, Marlene and Stanley spent Monday at Polk City, Iowa visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A. D. Kurtz. Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer are the proud parents of a daughter born Saturday March 3. The little miss weighed 6V4 pounds and has been named Vicki Lynn Mrs Hugh Walsh received major surgery at Holy Family at Estherville Wednesday. She expects to be there for some- iime. Mr and Mrs Edmond Walsh and family of Independence, la. spent the weekend here. Bernard Pettit left Sunday for Davenport, la. to attend John Deere school for a week. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer of Bancroft spent Saturday evening at the Alfred Schadendorj!Jjothfc Mr and Mrs 6lenn Krause ana family visited Sunday evening at the Fred Schmidt home. ..Mrs W. J. Cotton and Miss Neva Thompson attended the funeral services of Mrs Agnes E. Seely at the Congregational church in Algona Wednesday af fn rnoon. Roger and Kenneth Flaig were guests Wednesday at a dinner for Phillips 68 dealers in Spencer. Mr and Mrs JDelbert Blanchard and family of Spirit Lake Thursday evening at the Gene Blah- chard home. Mrs Amanda ePttit, Mrs Ethel McCfiesney and Mrs Glenn Householder called Wednesday afternoon at the Robert Hanna home. Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy spent Thursday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Emil Person called Sunday afternoon on Mr and Mrs Henry Smith of Burt. Friday Mr and Mrs Emil Person and Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrorh, Jean and Joan spent the day at he Carlos Engelby home at Led- 'ard. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow, Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel, Mr and Mrs Wm. Dodds, Mr and Mrs Merle Potter, Mr and Mrs Chick Hurley of Mason City spent Sat- rday evening at the Howard Raney home in Algona. •MiMiiiiiiioiiiiiiid Atyourymwis jEasteKawtfora/ongttmeto come ,.. IN PENNEY-TAILORED FASHIONS CUT OUT FOR YOU! YOUR FLANNEL AND SHEEN GABARDINE GENTRY® TRIO TAKES YOU EVERYWHERE! complete '45 Yet, everywhere... became for faihlon and versatility Pennay't color- and style-coordinated Gentry Trio ranki second lo none. You get a handsome 2-button suit of wool flannel beautifully touched with rayon sparkle nubs or other equally smooth new effects. And you also get an extra pair cf elegantly tailored contrasting slacks of all wool sheen gabardine.,.keyed for perfect casual blending with the suit. SIZES 36-46 WHITE BROADCLOTH DRESS SHIRTS Completely Sanfor- ized! Sizes 14-18 PENNEY'S MARATHON FUR-FELT HATS Water Repellent Treated! Spring Shades! Sizes - 6V» - 7'/2 MEN'S 100'' STRETCHABLE NYLON SOX For Perfect pit! Sizes S-M-L MEN'S TIES - LARGE EASTER SELECTION 98c BOY'S NEW SPRING SUITS - SIZES 10 - 20 19.75 BOYS' BOW TIES LARGE SELECTION 59c BOYS WHITE DRESS SHIRTS - SIZES 6-20 \. BOY'S DRESS sizes TROUSERS 4-8 3»9o SHOP PENNEY'S EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT AND SAVE Sunday dinner ittests at th« Merwln Maflojfr home w*r0 Mrs Katherine CbllJnS tit LtVefhiQfe. Frank Reply, Mr and M« Hugh Mariow of Butt, Mi* and Mrs Fa- bet Dugan, D6f6th£ and Delores of Humboldt,' Mi? and'Mrs! tyle Marlow artd De'ahne called there in the afternoon 1 . Mrs Katherine Collins and Frank Reilly are spending a few days at the Merwin Marlow hdme, Mr and Mrs MelyitY Enflelbnvts of, Elmore, Mirtrti spent Weidnes- day at the Ovfen Bei-how home. Thursday the.Berhows visited at the home of Mr a'fif Mrs Klngsly E ngelb / „** ty&' £ lty> Sunday Mr and Mrs W. Mi. R6tterman of Elmore, Minn, And Mr and Mrs Clair Bellinger Were callers al the Berhow htfniei Mr and Mrs Keinhold Ljeb of Algona spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Louise LJeb. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family "calle'd Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at the Harvey Rath home' in Algona. Tot Locks Self In Barn With Herd Of Cows By The Village Gossip Sexton — Mr and. Mrs Bob Kelley' enjoyed a day.'s vacation attending the Lumbermen's Convention in the Veterans' Memorial Auditorium in Des Mo'ines. It was also a big day on : the farm for Joan, Patty and Donald who stayed with their, grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Orville Johnson of Jbl- ley. Helping her grandfather with the chores may nave discouraged Jpap from ever wanting to be, a farmer'. She was badly frightened : when she be came locked in the barn alone with the herd, of c6ws. ' , ' Glenn Kept On Jump ' Glenn Ga,brielsph, as ..township trustee, met with the Algona City Council to discuss farm fire protection. ' -This subject was brought close to home by a neighbor disastrous home fire last week. Glenn also spent an evening at a Garner meeting where methods were discussed to bolster .lagging interest' in the Farm Extension Service. Glenn sdy* it's not the going to'a different meeting every night . that takes so much effort but it's the shifting gears to think about another'new subject. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson could use a little help from her neighbors in her latest predicament. She is the local collector for the St. Ann rummage sale and shc.is-a.lsc to help her church circle at Wesley in collecting for a rummage sale at the same time. This woulc b,e_a .good time to help out and also get rid of all your white 01 pink elephants to the group oi your choice. Mr and Mrs Wilford Ward ano family 'eturned some of thcii southern pheasant h u n t i n y friends visits by spending Sunday at Boone with Mr and Mrs C. C. Fisher. As usually happens the" Wards had visitors here at home as the Wermersen family camc.'i from Curlew and found no one ai home. Grover and Clarence Grubt had an overnight visitor recently. Their nephew, Stanley Grubb ni De.s Moines, is a salesman for Davidsons and stopped to see them while on a trip to this territory. Mrs Glenn Gubriclson was -, hostess to the Wesley WSCS meeting held at the Charles Ny- gatird home. Mrs Wilford Wara accompanied her as a visitor ioi the afternoon. Glenn Gabrielson also invitw guests but to a different type of meeting. Attending the lariner.i night school banquet with him wore John Dreesman of Algona and Rev. Webb of Wesley. Mr and Mrs John Jennings have found that having a lai^i. family is one way of being accused of going-someplace all tlv. 1 time when they are just visiting "the kids". The accompanied Mi and Mrs W. E. Patton of Whine- more to Albert City where they enjoyed a dinner at the Don Jennings home in honor of Mrs Jenning.-> and Mrs Patton'.s birthdays. Mrs Don Jennings is the former Vera Patton. Mr and' Mrs Leo Sahin (Tilled one evening at the John Jennings home. Mrs John Jennings uut-om- paniud her daughter, Airs Clarence Canaday, to Titonka whero they visited i'Yed Jennings now settled in his new home. A lot ol livestock has been jcliled at the John Jennings home, including a cat th^t keeps returning to it's old home, the former Fred Jennings place. Al.so living in the basement, at loast until th» .snow stops flying, are two little baby pigs. A tougher family of pm kci-.s it living outside at tin; Opheim home but they have a mother to take care of them. The ulujje family is undt'V the care of Paul Opheim as an F.F.A. project. Pij>s iOfm to be a popular pet lutely and tliL- bast trained la the property of L. A.'Coop. That muy be because this one i.s an "on)y child" and gets all the attention. Mr antl Mrs John Strutton found company'is sure to come il you leave home. They were dinner guests of Mr und Mrs Max Stratton Sunday but in such a small community their visitors did find them. Coining frojii Mallard for the afternoon vvevi! Mr and Mrs Charles Prochasku and Mr and Mrs Dai-win 1'roch- a.->ka and family. Mr and Mrs Glenn Gabriclson found a quick if not easy way to take a "college short course" un the modern teenager. Thuy took five young girls to the i basketball g;uuo; at 1'oi-almntas. '///'X////AWrrxX//>v/xx,>XXXV/VX/' '//sS//'S//W'S"'/t' Christ ensen '$ PRELUDE TO A MOST FASHIONABLE Lovely and Fresh As The Spring Blossoms! Adorable DRESSES Never before have we had such a wonderful array of new spring fashions and fabrics . . . the very latest styling in beautiful, fresh linens, shantungs, silk-linens, crisp cottons and wool-blend knits. Sizes for all in these smart spring dresses. The newest look in long coats for Spring takes on the modified fullness, ^capelel sleeves, empire seaming or cut and the dropped shoulder line for chic smartness. Tweedy textures, linen - like fabrics, cashmeres in colors, wools, blended with cotton or silk lend smartness, to l,he Spring coat news. Stylings by "Youth- craft" "Marce" "Paramount" "Harris". Shorties Too! And the shorties, too, make a versatile wrap for slim-lined dresses, skirts and suits. The Well-Dressed Look Always! SUITS Our just right Easter suits silhouette the new Spring season with smartness and color. Your size is here in either the boxy style or filled jacket. Exciting new fabric combinations in just about any color you want. Made by nationally famous "Youthcrafl" — "Marce" and "Sterling". HOSIERY Th'e famous "Belle-Shar- meer" hosiery in our greyest selection of new Spring shades will accent your Easter wardrobe. The popular new "Hsnes" seamless hosiery is ready for your choosing, also. !K-sfSBSEininjfe^ IN OUR WONDROUS SPRING SHOWING I Now . . . when Spring is jusi a promise in the air, comes our thrilling first presentation of fashions for your Easter. See them now and be caught up in their spell of loveliness I Nothing could accent an Easter outfit more than a perk. Spring blouse by Ship 'n Shore, New Era. Bobby Brooks. The widest selection of smart styles and fabrics ever offered in Algona. From the sheer nylons to saucy cottons and cotton and Dacron combinations. PURSES All the, newer shades, plus blacks, browns and navys ... of leather, cor- de, fabric, Just the right style and size to fit your Easter ensemble. GLOVES JEWELRY An exceptional showing of fabrics, styles and leathers. Colors to match or harmonize with your Easters wardrobe. Sizes W* to 8'/j. Whites, rhinestones. paarls, colors ... in all the newer novelties. You'll not want to miss our unusual showing. Our Best Wishes To The .Girl Scouts Qgrina Tbeir 44th Birthday Anniversary This Week!
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