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Mr and Mrs Arthur Krause had as visitor Friday the former's sister Emma Krause, of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs John FulleV of Amboy, Minn. Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann and daughters Helen and Mrs Carl Grisharri spent Saturday at Fort Dodge with friends, Perry St. John and Larry Kueck played for the sports dance Friday night, and at the Home show Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs Bertha PommeV went 10 Woden Thursday to attend a meeting of the Homemakers club at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gerert De Waard. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood, Mr and Mrs W. J. Hood and Mrs Coleen Barry wer.e Visited last week by Gene's mother, Mrs Floyd Hood of Fort Dodge 1 . Evelyn Johnson, fourth grade teacher at the Bryant, was visited over-the weekend by her niece and nephew, Ruth and Roger Gelhaus of Sutherland and Elaine Johnson and Lavonne Booton of Coon Rapids. Mrs Florence Macumber, mother of C.'G. Macumber, has returned from a trip with her sister, Mrs Hattie Moore, oi Waterloo, which took them to many places in the south. At Baton Rogue they visited Mr and Mrs Leo T. Jackson. Mrs Moore and Jean Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Irwin Malueg, celebrated her eighth birthday Friday and had an after school party at which the guests were Arlis Ackerman, Linda Cooper, Cheryl Kalahaar, Joy Meyer and Linda Sparks. Games were played and refreshments served. Mr and Mrs W. A. Duiton have as guest the latter's sister, Mrs Clara Wilde, of Southgate, Cal. She has also been at Toledo, her former home/visiting friends and transacting business. She came Thursday and will make an extended visit here. Mr Dutton is slowly improving from a recent sickness. Don Schaap, son of Dr. and Mrs C. D. Schaap, E, Kennedy, was the escort fbr one of the cadet honorary lieutenants at the annual military ball, the highlighting social event of the school year at Kemper Military School year, Boonville, Mo. His date, Miss Pat Lposem ) ,Okarche, Okla*•Was cmTiniisstoned?pne of the 23 honorary lieutenants before an audience of about 1000 persons. The military ball was held in conjunction with Kemper's annual Parents' Day with some 600 out-of-town visitors on the campus. Mr and Mr$ E. fc. MftMahoh drove to Estherville and the Oko« bojis Sunday.' At Estherville they visited Mrs M6Ma1ion'a brother, Fathe'r Duhigg. Mr and Mrs John Romer were visited over the weekend by Mrs Alma Doan and Warren Doan of St. Paul, Minn. They are cousins of Mrs Romer. Mr and Mrs George Larson had as guests one day last week the latter's sister and her daughter, Mrs Bernard O'Brien of Whittemore and Mrs Robert Mousel of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Gene Hood were visited last week by the latter's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Clifford Norris of Des Moines. Mrs Norris is the former Mary Darlene Connor. , Mr and Mrs John McEnroe recently returned from St. Paul where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Pat McEnroe, to whom a daughter Julie Ann was recently born. Mr and Mrs Arthur Krause recently returned from Milwaukee where they visited the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Stanley Strand and at Monmouth, 111., where they visited Mrs Krause's uncle, William Toby. Frank Simmons and his son Charles of St. Paul, Minn., called on Evelyn Cady and Frank's grandmother, Mrs George Simmons and other relatives Saturday afternoon. The family has lived at Fairmont,' Minn., many years but Frank was transferred to St. Paul a few months agor Mr and Mrs Frank Stebriiz and son Paul drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Sister Mary Theresa, the former Rosemary, Coleman, daughter of Mrs Stebritz. They also spent some time with Mr and Mrs Glen Thornton, brother-in-law and sister of Mr Ste- briiz. Mrs Minnie Maiern and her sister, Mrs Isabel Thilges who makes her home here' with her were 'visited a few days by other sisters, Mrs Henry Braun of St. Cloud, Minn.', and Mrs Etta Mc- Collln of Minneapolis. Other guests were Mrs JVIatern's daughter Arlene, of Minneapolis, and daughter-in-law, Mrs Mike Matern and children of Norwood, Minn. A. M. Anderson and Abel Behrends arrived home late.Fri- from Sioux City, they were ;; jrti; at- tefttfarice " at the na'tiortatpfzaak Walton convention.,. A. M. Anderson also attended the funeral ol his uncle, Lawrence Anderson, at Albert Lea recently, who succumbed in a fire at Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs Macumber came Sunday from Waterloo, to spend the day. day evening ., where Mri HaiM» Lafson was vislled Wednesday by her daughter and daHghtef-irt-law, Mrs Agnes JVat- ham and Mrs Roy Larson of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Waller Heerdl were visited over the weekend; by the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and;Mrs Kenneth Bollln of Manchester. Mrs Nell MeCall was visited from Friday till Sunday by her son-in*law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jarnes Griffith and son John of Des Moines. i Mrs Berlha Deiiman accompanied Mrs Eva Brown of Emmetsburg and Mrs • Peterson of Estherville to Des Moines to attend special church services Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clark Orion were visited Sunday by their son Dennis and friends, Mr and Mrs RJchard Grant who had brought him here from Omaha, Neb., for the day. . Charles Lawson and- children Coleen, Eileen and' Lee and Wava Woodward drove to Corwith Sunday to visit Mr Lawson's cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Lyle Gorley and family. Wava 'Woodward and Charles Lawson were visited Sunday by the former's brother -and sister- in-law, ' Mr and Mrs- Floyd H. Woodward and Mrs Austa Gorley of Mason City. ' Mr and Mrs T. J. Fisher accompanied Ray and Betty Fisher to Rochester last week Saturday .to see Earl Smith and his wife of Rock Rapids. The former had surgery at the hospital there. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder .arc being visited this week "by the former's sister, Margaret Milder, of Davenport. They were also visited over the weekend by Mrs Gordon Dapper of Fort Dodge. The Rev. John Kain recently attended a State meeting of Regular Baptist churches at Waverly. There will be a conference of the teachers staff of the Omaha Bible Institute held here May 11, 12 and 13. Mrs Maiiie McWhorier, was visited over the weekend by Mrs Irene Gilmore of Clear Lake, Mrs Gilmore came over with Dolores Woito who went on to Fort Dodge to attend a school meeting. Miss Woito teaches in the Mason City schools. ' • Mr and Mrs Everett Richardson were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Orville Hurlburt at Corwith. Other guests' were Mrs Richardson's father/ and brother and sister-in-law, Orrie Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Don Hurlburt ot Fenton. / •' Mr and Mrs Arthur Kiecker had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Kenneth Olson, ot Courtland, Minn., sister, Mi- Anna Wilking of Nicollette, Minn., brother Clarence Meyer oi Courtland and niece, Mrs Marlys Dahlman ,of New Ulm, Minn. To Wed May 11 Mr gona, and and Mrs Francis Fries, announce the engagement approaching marriage of ' Baptismal Riles Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Shannon Ann, daughter ot Mr and Mrs Robert Heinan, Marilyn Fay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond .Miller, Roger Henry, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Mueller, Kevin Thomas, son of Mr and Mrs Edward Ruhnke, John Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges,' and Timothy John, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Zittritsch. Slumber Party Hosless Mary Jean Hood, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Hood, was hostess at a theater party Friday evening followed by a slumber party, lunch and breakfast at the Ambrose Call State pa"rk Saturday morning. Guests were Mary and Theresa Bradley, Carol Flynn, Agnes Elbert, Marjorie Gpecke, Charlene LaBarre, Susan Nitchals, Darlcne Weydert, and Gretchen Zender. The festivities were in honor of Mary Jean's 13th birthday. Ida M. Harris Services, Wesley Last rites for Mrs Ida M. Harris, 81, resident-of Wesley for the past five years, 'were held in the Wesley Methodist church Sunday 1 at 2 p.m, .Rev. Frank Webb officiated at-the services and burial was in Rlverview cemetery, Algona. McCullough's. Funeral Chapel, Algona, was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Harris died at Pocahontas Thursday. Ida May. daughter of John M. and Mary Keith Wince,, was born at Swygort, 111. June 9, 1874. She was later married to John W. Harris. He preceded her in death in 1933. Mrs Harris was a longtime member of the Methodist church, Bible Searchers Sunday School .class and W. S. C. S, She is survived by four daughters and two sons. They are Florence (Mrs Lawrence Hansen), Wesley; Hazel- (Mrs Homer Anderson), Lake Park- Marie (Mrs W. M. Giddings), Kerman, Gal.; Mary (Mrs C. A. Jenks), Long Beach, Cal.; C. Eldon .Harris, Elmhurst, 111.; and Everett Harris, Estherville. Pallbearers at the funeral were Raymond Hansen, Theron Hansen, Gordon Giddings, Lawrence Fox, Charles Nygaard and Luther Nygaard. Tuajday, April 24, 1956 Mgono (la.) Uppar Dei Moln«t-5 Algona Women Bowl, State Meet Ten women from the Algona Bowling Association went to Bettendorf over the weekend to bowl in the state tournament. Two of the women, Vcra Erpelcl- ing and Irene Hnnig, bowled a hot series of 1036 in the doubles event to place them in second position, in the Class B division. Others attending were Valeria Briggs, Jeri McKean and Frances Weise to complete Van's Cafe team and Bertha Thuente, Ruby Murlha, Jackie Laing. Hattie Robinson and Mary Lytle of Thu- ente's team. Bill's Standard ot Wesley also bowled in the tournament earlier in the season. TO AUCTION FARM An improved 320-acre fCossuth county farm, located 1 mi. north and 4M> mi. enst of LuVerne, will be sold at public auction on Saturday, May 19, beginning at 2:00 p.m. The farm will be sold either as a half-section or as two .separ- ate quarters, with 9-roorn house and tenant house and farm buildings also being sold with tract. Owners are . Orville Anderson, Mrs Arthur Carlson, Mrs Geo. Wolf, and Mrs Elmer Kubly. G. D. Sluimway will act as clerk and mictiont-i'i's will be Ytmgcberg & Qiiinn. Land agents 'may file bids prior to sale. The Rio Grande and the Niagara Rivers form national boundaries of the U.S. Wanted Builder Dealer KOZY Homes Kozy Mfg. Co., Exira, Iowa Share's Jewelry Presents: The Ultimate in Graduation Gifts- The Ultimate in Watch Values! DOLLY MADISON MISS AMERICA 17 jewels, unbreakable mainspring, expansion bracelet. $3575 21 lewels, unbreakable mainspring $4950 ULOVA TV SPECIALS LEXINGTON 21 l«wel»i expansion band. $4950 SENATOR 17 jewels, shock resistant, unbreakable lifetime mainspring, luxury expansion bjnb See owr fomplefe Selection of Fine Gifts group nurses Adams, .Minn., .Sunday *t bur Voas. Mrs Voas is the former Martha Veedorn, former nurse at St. Ann hospital. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Hubert Schoby, Dean Olson, Gertie Oetkin, Elnora Dobbins and Ellen Carlson. Mr and Mrs T. J. Fisher and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Elmer Lowman of Laurens drove to Stacyville, Sunday, to visit the Fisher's son antj daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jack Fisher and family. They are being visited this week by another son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Con Fisher, of Sioux City. . ' City Grader In Runaway Crash Algona police investigated two accidents" m the city during the week-end. The.first was a minor mishap Saturday morning on State street. It involved cars driven by Myrtle Jordan, LuVerne, who was backing out from the curb, and Mrs Lawrence Riedel, Algona. An es- :imated $59 damage resulted to the right front fender of the Riedel auto. A city street department grader was involved in the second accident Monday morning. The grader had been parked with the brakes set in front of the street shed, but decided to take off on its own. It glided down the wade into an auto owned by Raymond W. Metzen Jr., city employee, and his auto in turn hit one owned by Albert Pergande, Damage to the Metzen car was severe their daughter, Myrna, to Wayne Wiese, son of Mr and Mrs Don Wiese of Algona. Wayne is- associated with Western Buyers.. The wedding will take place at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, May 11, at 9:30 a.m. Baptismal Dinner Roger Henry, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ray Muller of Wesley, was baptized Sunday, April 15, at St. Cecelia's Church in Algona' by Monsignor P. P. Gearen. Sponsors were his aunt ' and uncle, Mrs Marvin Eischen and'Henry Pfeffer of St. -Benedict. .Roger" was bom at St. Ann, hospital April 2. . . • Dinner and supper guests honoring the baptism- were Mr and Mrs Pete Muller of Whittemore, Mrs Mike Pfeffer and son, Johh, Toni Tucker of Algona, Mr arid Mrs Henry Pfeffer, Mr and Mrs Marvin Eischen and family of St. Benedict; Mr and Mrs Laurence Pfeffer ^nd son Loren of Clear Lake. Afternoon visitor^ were! Mr and Mrs Francis Pfeffer and family, Mrs W. J. Green of Wesley, Mrs 'Sorryj McCurry, and son Bobbie of Humboldt: '. Family Birthday Dinner'' ';, A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs John Gisch's In celebration of the birthday of Mrs Gisch's mother, Mrs Frank Mescher of Bancroft. Others in attendance were her husband, Mr and Mrs Richard Mescher-, Mr and, Mrs Glen.. McCleish, Mr and r TVJ[r%' J5ean .Klenitfc ipfi'Bancroft, 'and- Mr;Snd'iMrs Walter MTescher and the respective families. During had ghter, Mrs Wallace Johnson of Maryland. She is the former Parly For Visitor Mrs Minnie Matern gave a party Wednesday evening in honor of her sisters, Mrs* Henry Braun of St. Cloud, Minn., and Mrs Etta McCollim of Minneapolis, Minn. ' Other guests were Mrs Hortense Ferguson, Clara Pompe,' Mrs M. H. Mrs Mc- the afternoon the honoree a phone call from her dau- Dorothy Mescher well remembered and here. will be Enroc, Mrs J. T. Roberts, Mrs Lydia Wetzel and Mrs Isabel Thilges. Canasta was played and high arid low score prizes were won by Mrs Pompe and Mrs Thilges. A House Warming Mrs Duane Logues was given a house - warming Wednesday morning by Mrs Perry Byam, Mrs James Egli, Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld, ftlrs Henry Geilenfeld and Mrs H. M. Knecht. The Logues have moved to the home of the late, Mrs Alma Nelson at 422 East Oak st. which they purchased sometime ago. Stork Shower Sunday Mrs Ross Calhoun, Mi's Emma Hagg, -Mrs ^Lucille Johnson, Mrs Kenneth Seely, Mrs Marvin Calhoun, Mrs Wilbur Christiansen, Titonka and Mrs Harold Sorensen, 'LuVerne, entertained -a stork shower Sunday at the home of Mrs Kenneth Seely. Mrs Donald Johnson was honoree and 30 of her relatives were guests. She was the recipient of many lovely gifts. .The entertainment and lunch was carried out in the theme of the "blessed event." Hosless At Luncheon Susan Kelley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley was recently home a few days from Ames where she is a student at the Iowa State College. During that time she had as luncheon guests former classmate Mrs John. Kern, of Pocahontas, Mrs Kern's mo- thei, Mrs G O. Nelson, of Des Moines, and another classmate. Ruth Hoyman of Fargo, N. D. Guests At LuVerne Mr and 'Mrs Earl Legler and children were guests Sunday- of the former's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Ray Legler at LuVerne, A family dinner was held honoring the 7th birthday of the son, Dennis Ray. Visit In St. Paul Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding spent the weekend in St. Paul, visiting their daughter, Lonita. Sunday, Mr Reding was honored at the annual Father-Daughter banquet, given in honor of all the fathers of the Junior class, Lonita is a Junior at the College of St. Catherine. To Wed June 10 Announcement is made of the engagement and forthcoming 1 marriage of Miss Carol Janice Collins, daughter of Mr artd Mrs 'Pei-ry.-.CoUinS"6f AlgonS, t'b,FiC$d Jerome Hutzell, stin of Mi- and Mrs Roy Hutzell, also of Algona. The wedding will take place on June 30 at Algona Methodist church. To Attend Meeting Mrs N. J. Kelley, Mrs L. E. Linnan, Kathleen McEnroe and Mrs W. F. Hamstreet, of Burt are going to Des Moines Thursday to attend a hospital auxiliary meeting. Mrs Kelley and Mrs Hamstreet are delegates and a iWork shop will be attended by the group. Name 11, City's Plan Commission Algona's newly-formed planning and zoning commission held its organizational meeting at the city hull last night, Monday, April 23. New members, appointed by the mayor and council,.are Clayton Percival, Mrs Dick Burt, Max Bartholomew and Everett Bal.d- us. They will serve with Veda Murtagh, Marion Will, Lloyd Robinson, Phil Kohlhaas, L. E. Hovey, Bill Finn and George Se- frit, the seven members of the former zoning commission, on the new board. The 11 members plan to revamp the present fire zone ordinance and will study establishment .of a building code for the city. The Pacific Building Code, developed by universities on the west coast, and considered one of the finest in the country, will be studied thoroughly for possible usage here. This code has been adooted by many cities in the U. S. ' Lyle Mathes is a new member of the board of adjustment. He has been appointed to fill the vacancy created when N. B. resigned recently. • Tenth Birlhday Mrs G. -W. Naylor entertained fourteen boys and 'girls at a birthday party Tuesday, April 17, for Gary, who vVas te'n years old. Games were played and refreshments serVed assisted by Judy Naylor. Moose Pot Luck There will be. a pot luck dinner for all members of the Algona Moose Lodge at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 29, at the lodge hall. Everyone planning to attend should bring a covered dish. Roger Didriksen Honored, I.S.C. An Algonan, Roger A. Didriksen, :Son of Mr and Mrs Tony Didriksen, 522 South Jones St.; was one of 157 alumni, faculty mem- be r.s, graduate students and seniors initiated into the Iowa State College chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta, honor society of agriculture last night. April 23. Didriksen is a graduate student assistant in economic entomology at Iowa State. He received his B. S. degree in zoology in June, 1955 at the Cyclone school. He received his membership in the society for research or advanced study in agriculture. DIAMOND'S DOES IT AGAIN ! LESS THAN WHOLESALE! And No Twde-ln Needed — Just Come' & Buy RONSON! ELECTRIC SHAVERS NATIONALLY - ADVERTISpD AT $22.50 RONSON Electric Shaver complete with, co *& m handsome cowhide case. Complete factory guar<- ani.ee. Brand-new mer- chandUe. This is less than wholesale price! NATIONALLY - ADVERTISED AT $26.50 RONSON "Trip Kit" include;: Electric shaver, cprd. file, comb, mirror, toothpaste, toothbrush, mirror — all in hand-/ some cowhide case. Complete factory guarantee. For Graduation, Confirmation, Fathers Day Gifts DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE I wsP^|p»T ^^^^^H^p ^^F ^^"^U^p^^^^^J^P ADVERTISED AT $26.50 ^Bl^^ Honored At Shower Members of the Regular Baptist church gave a miscellaneous shower last week Tuesday evening in the stjcial rooms of the jehurch for Mr and Mrs Earl Loss. JAt Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Duane Logue attended the silver wedding anniversary Saturday at the- Lolls Creek church parlors for Mr and Mrs William Boettcher. Memberships Up In Concert Ass'n At- a meeting last night at the Episcopal church, workers for the Kossulh Concert Association reported a very large percentage of the old members have renewed for next year.. Solicitation of new members is now under way. The d,rive closes at noon on Saturday. Twenty five students from the local schools are soliicting members this week. The students who are working are as follows: Elizabeth Brewer. Lurry Pratt, Jack. Williams, Bill Bartlett, Sharon Smith. John Schutter, Jr., Dale McBride, Darreld Bunkofske, Gretchen Zender, Mary Bradley, Wary Jean Hood, Patricia Bradley, Betty Bray. Pally .Bray, Dennis Lie-liter, Daniel Glaser, Joyce Huenhold, Marianna Steeie. Barbara Bartlelt, Beverly Johnson. l/Caren All, Robbie Hutchins, Darlene Skogstrom, Sharon Power and Connie Priebe. The Alec Templelon booking has' been confirmed for next season. Other programs will be chos- an by the members at a meeting to be held next Saturday afternoon. At least three program:) will be given, and possibly more. 2 Crashes But Nobody Injured Drivers of two vehicles miraculously escaped injury over the weekend in motor mishaps. Friday evening, Ronald L. Schwartz of Lakota missed a curve on a county road in Ramsey twp. His machine, u» 1954 Ford, took out a section of fence and a telephone pole, and the vehicle was considered a total loss. Saturday morning, .John W Newc'ornb of Ttolfe, driving a panel pickup for Beckord's Hatchery of Rolfe, lost control of the vehicle on gravel in Whittemort twp. Estimated car damage was 31,000 and some clucks were lost. State Highway Patrolman Dak' McBride investigated both accidents. A complete selection of cotton and linen TALL dresses for summer, sizes 10-18, Will fit girls from 5' 7" to 6' 3" TALL. 9.95 - 16.95. 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