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(la.) Upper Des MoSnes Tuesday, May 22, 1056 LOCALS Degree of Honor final practice will be Wednesday. May 23 at 8 p.m. in the Moose Hall. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay were rrt'cntly visited by Mr and Mrs Lloyd Donahue, of Milhird, Neb. Howard Bearsdley spent Thursday and Friday at DCS Moincs on business. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg spent last weekend at Topeka with Mrs Greenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs David August. Mrs Robert Schoby was confined to bed a few days last week. She had a kidney infection but is now considerably improved. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan spent a few days last week at their summer cottage at Lac Court Ornllcs. Wis. Mr and Mrs Earl Shepphard were visited last week Monday by Mr and Mrs Charles Vogel of Bui-bank. Calif. Mr and Mrs James Kolp Jr. has as Mothers Day guests the latter'?, parents, Mr and Mrs Pau: Haas of La Crossc. Wis. Mr and Mrs Ernest Kearney and family drove to Humboldt last week Saturday to visit Mrs Kearney's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Dale Behrends. Mrs F. C. Scanlan, Mrs H. W. Smith and Mrs Henry Pletch were guests of Mrs Joel Herbst at the Okobojis a few days last week. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook left Sunday with their trailer house and will spend the summer at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson spent last week Sunday at Dows with Mrs Erickson's mother, Mrs Mary Senefelder, at Dows. Mrs Lucille Zerfass went to Adel last week to attend grad- uation of a nephew and will also visit friends in Des Moines before returning home. Mrs Maude Bilsborough and daughter Ila were visited last week Monday by the former's daughter, Mrs Raymond Webb, of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdman were dinner guests last week Sunday of the former's mother and husband. Mr and -Mrs Robert Gillingham. Mr and Mrs Glenn Chally recently visited the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Nelson, at Rochester Minn. Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Lemkee Mothers Day were Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee and Mi- and Mrs J. M. Jensen of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Donald Mains spent Sunday at Whittemore and were dinner guests of Mrs Mains' parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck. Mr and Mrs Herb Adams were visited over the weekend by Mrs Adams' father, sister and brother, F. E. Lander, Dorothy and Frank Lander, of Faribault, Minn. Mrs Maude Bilsborough and daughter Ila were guests Mothers Day of Mrs Bilsborough's son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards at Lone Rock. Mrs Howard Seely had major operation on the heart last Thursday at the University hospital at Iowa City. Any friends wishing to send a card may send it to University hospital, fifth floor. Mr and Mrs Warren Bowman and daughter Pauline and grandsons, Ed and Jim Bowman, spent Mother's Day at Lennox with Mrs Bowman's mother, Mrs Lonnie Salisbury. Mrs Howard Seely underwent heart surgery at the university hospital, Iowa City, Thursday. The ailment involved the valves O O: T-* l & O 8 0. I # V .C> S g VOTE FOR Charles H. Newel FOR Supervisor FOURTH DISTRICT Continued Efficient Service with Economy in Office end Consideration for the Taxpayer. Experience in the Management of the County Is Important to Everyone. Democratic Primary June 4 21-22 IN THE PRIMARIES JUNE 4 VOTE FOR JOSEPH DAHLHAUSER Sincerely Appreciate Your Support and Vote In The June 4 Primary. HENRY S. SCHEPPMANN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR FJ8ST PISTEICT - KO5SUTH COUNTY I 8 YiARS EXPERIENCE AS A SUPERVISOR I am pioud to stand on my record, and on it I ask for your vole. There was not a mile of black-top in the county eight year* ago, and since then many miles have been built — without raising the tax one dime. I hope to see and visit with you but am very busy with road work, and I sincerely appreciate your support. Last Rites For Geo, Griese, 86, Held At Lakota Lakota—Funeral services were hold Saturday. May 19 ;il 2 p.m. for George Gricso in the Laholn Presbyterian church. Mr Gricpo died May 16 in the Blue Earth hospital where lie had been a patient for about a week. George Griese was born Feb. 1, 1870 in Illinois and has lived in Ihis community nnce 1916. He was preceded in death bv his wife, Maggie, in 1922 and a son, Herman, in 1043, and is survived by a son, John and his wife with whom he has made his home since 1923. Also one granddaughter. Maxine (Mrs Charles Peterson) of Fairmont and a great grandson, James, and five bio- thers and one sister survive. Pallbearers were John Smith. Charles Gutknecht, Lou Nit?.. Mike Christ Sr., Jerry Heetland and Nick Behrends. Rev. _Harlan Krusc conducted the services. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY HERIF Your Vote Will Be Greatly Appreciated 21-2J Fractures Finger Wesley — Jerry Krieps. son of Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps, suffered a broken finger last week sustained while at. play. Suffers Burns Wesley—Mrs Sam Alne suffered severe burns on her hand one day last week from hot grease which she was pouring from a pan. Commencement Awards Tho largest crowd over to attend a commencement filled the gym to over-flowing Tuesday night. Rev. Reuben Youngdahl, pastor of Mount Olivet Lutheran church of Minneapolis, was the speaker. Mildren Berhow was the Salutatorian and Sherry Clabough and Mary Ann Lunn Valedictorians. Barbara Peterson received the award for outstanding girl and Lamont Junkermier outstanding boy of the senior- class Mr Leo J. Cassel of the State Bar Association was present to give Barbara Peterson her award as outstanding member of the Senior Class. Observes 92nd Birthday Albert Rosenau observed his 92nd birthday Saturday, May 19, and Sunday morning was in his favorite pew for the services in the Presbyterian church of which he has been a member for many years. Mr Rosenau came to this community from Wisconsin with his parents, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Rosenau, in 1878 and settled on the farm about two miles north of Lakota. Mr Rosenau latei bought the farm and is still living there with his two sons, Alvln and Lloyd. He has another son, Herbert, of Irvington and a daughter, Esther. Ttie many friends of Mr Rosenau remembered him with cards and other remembrances. Scout leaders Robert Stensel and Gottlieb Rieffcr took 12 boy- scouts to the spring camp at Peterson Friday and returned Saturday evening. Maurice Blomc and Marlyn Ilippen left after graduation for a motor trip thru the Black Hills and Yellowstone National park. The boys expect to leave for service in the air force soon. Mrs Kathvyn Sachs of Oelwein visited her sons Walter and Eldon and daughter Mrs Harry Bloine last week. Dr. G. J. Schuell of Woodland Hills, Cal. visited Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams and other friends Sunday afternoon. Dr. Schuell had been the local physician for .several years before selling his practice to Dr. Williams 2(J ycarf ago. Funeral services for Mrs John Ger/cma. mother of Carl Gerzema, were held at Buffalo Center Thursday afternoon. Mrs Gor/oma had a stroke several weeks ago. Mrs Hugh Lewis had as her guests her sisters Mrs Charles Ashman of Klkader and Mrs Tabe J. Louts of Hospers Wednesday until Friday. George Boeder Local relatives have received the announcement ot the birth of a daughter, Kim Charlotte, to Mr and Mrs Roger Sorensen at Houston, Tex. Mr and Mrs Russell Winter spout Sunday at Ames with their .-,on Larry. Mr and Mrs Marcus Rippentrop and children visited Sunday until Mi'iida\ morning with the former',; father O. ,J. Rippentrop The band mothe!.*- entertained the band members, glee club and the winners in the speech conteM at a banquet in the hot hind, loom Monday evening with about (io present. The Lakotu school closed Friday with various picnics by the grade children and the high school went to Okoboji. John Olberding V 91 X! Tire :< If You Have The Lucky License Number BRADLEY BROS. SEE US NOW ! Motor Service Shop Opens Donald Trupke, pictured above, of Carroll, this week opened the Trupke Electric Motor Service in the building just north of J. & L. Motors. Mr Trupke formerly was employed for eight years by Sundermann Bros, at Carroll. The shop will specialize in motor rewinding, repairing and rebuilding. Don served a year in the navy. The Trail TRAGIC MOMENT . . Teen - age Rafael Campos, playing the role of a boy accused of murder, breaks down and weeps in the arms of Katy Jurado. The scene is from "Trial," which heads the double program at the Diive-in theatre hero Sunday. Glenn Ford, Dorothy McGuire and John Hodiak head tho cast. Bo sure lo read this page thoroughly and if you spot your name individually, you will receive free admittance to the movie, "Ulysses", playing Wednesday and Thursday at the Algona Theater. Just give your name at the box office. Mrs Rhoda Dunn Whittemore At Bankers Meeting Vic Perkins went to Spencer, Tucs lo attend a bankers meej- ing. Mr Perkins is president of the Whittomore Farmers Slate bank and is president of the Iowa Federal ion County Bankers Association, and also acts as secretary of group two of Iowa Bankers Association. Mr and Mrs Erwin Sicms returned home Thursday evening from a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. Saturday morning Martin (Butch) Potratx. Erwin Siems and Roy Adams left for Minnesota for a week of fishing. Agnes Schipporeit left for her home at Ainsworth, Neb. Monday morning where she will spent her summer vacation. Miss Shipporeit is teaching in St. Paul's Lutheran school and wi'.l return here to resume her teaching when the fall term of school starts. Michael Loss Etnil Martin of Mason City was a caller at the Arthur llcidcn- with home Tuesday afternoon. Mi- Martin and Mr Heidemvith were both agents in the same insurance business, from 1911 until 1933. Mr and Mrs Ray Goodman and family of Algona visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Francis Kollasch entertained a dinner Sunday in honor 'of their son, Paul, on his First Communion. Present wero Mr and Mrs Pete W. Kollasch, Robert and Bobby Kollasch. Molly. Francis and John Henry of here. Mr and Mrs Eugene Kollasch and family of St. Joe, Mr and Mrs Louis Schumacher and family and Mr and Mrs Earl Shepurd of Algona. Irvin Kenne Beatrice Duffy of Soulhgate, Calif, is visiting at the horn:.' of her father and sister, Martin Duffy and daughter. Theresa. Mr" and Mrs Wiliard Chnrlson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stickford, parents of Mrs Charlson, at Emmons, Minn, and also visited with Mr Charlson's parents, Mr and Mrs George Churl- son at Joyce. WANTED One Fisherman Frank Vera is all set to make his annual spring trip, and when Frank travels ho really t:oes someplace. But he needs another fisherman to fill out his party. Anyone interested may make application direct to Frank. The Vera party, which so far include:; Frank, Sam Kuhn and Tom Cain, will travel to a snot in far northern Canada known only by the title of "55th Parallel, Longitude 100." Frank sa •,-.-• that any other description would be useless — it is that far norm. The parly will fish for w-dlev.'.; arid hike trout, and according to Frank the rules in that area <:U • :TI-V that anything less than 10 pounds In.- thrown back in the lake. Ri^ht now. Frank is awaiting word from a i anger's cabin near Flim Flom. Canada, as lo the breaking up of the ice. Any i:i- tcre:U( d fi>herman, who wants to be a fourth in the parly, <..• asked to contact Frank. FRL, MAY 25th LEO GRECO And His Pioneers SAT., MAY 26lh ~ KEITH KILLINGER & ORCH. Decoration Eve TUES.. MAY 29th The Golden Touch of FRANKSE CARLE His Piano and Orchestra WED., MAY 30th Teenage Dance HENRY CHARLES > .V.V.V.V.V.V,V.V.V.V.V.V. 1 , • Fdison's u'ded liis lir.-t phonograph iv>-own voice, reel! in 1 -' -Mary Had J»77. Liltk Rotuild Amundsen, plortr, dud alteinpUn;. ii-.-fue in 1 U2o. AMI, WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, May 25 Square Dance Lessons Sunday, May 27 CLEM BRAU Friday, June 1 Square Dance Lessons Sunday, June 3 TONY BRADLEY Friday, June 8 Square Dance Lessons Sunday, June 10 DON HOY NO MORE OLD-TIME DANCES UNTiL SEPT. 7 No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 OV?R 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN MILLIONS Of HOMES Cowan's Roto-Rooter Serv. Oniy ROTO-ROOTH? One Year Guarantee Phone Algona 930 — COLLECT David Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch left Monday morning after spending a three week leave here with his parents. He will report at Jacksonville, Fla., where he will attend an airman school. Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrick and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Eldbn Behr of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mever and family and Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. Mrs R. J. Vaughn, kindergarten teacher, and Mrs Veronica Single took the 44 kindergarten pupils on a train ride to Emmetsburg last Wednesday forenoon, where they were met by the Whiltemore public school bus which took them on a tour around Five Island lake. Sunday dinner guesis at the Joseph Keene homo in honor of their son, Leonard's, First Communion were his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Theodore Keene and son, Peter Keene, and daughter, Mrs Leona Potter. Dr. and Mrs E. J. Capcsius entertained at a dinner Sunday in WWJEff TUESDAY & WED. honor of their daughter, Rachael's First Communion, the guests included Mr and Mrs Simon Kipfer of Bingham Lake, Minn., parents of Mrs Capcsius, Mr and Mrs Frank Cnpesius, and Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkol of Algona, Mr and Mrs Howard Schultc and family of Fenton and Ella Burke of here. Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch, and Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the home of Mrs Evelyn Andre. Mr and Mrs David Weinhold and family of Houston, Tex., are spending a week's vacation at the parental home of Rev. and Mrs Paul G. Weihhold, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle visited with Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth in Al- gona Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuncker, Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and Mr and Mrs Ollie Roupe attended the funeral of Mrs Emma Roupe in Algona, at the Methodist church Monday afternoon. Mrs Roupe was a former Whiltemore resident. They lived on then- farm four miles northeast of Whittcmorc. She made her home with her son Arnold in Cedar Rapids, where she passed away Friday. She was an aunt of Mrs Kuecker's and Ralph Walker and a sister-in-law of. Mr and Mrs Roupe. Clarence Golwiiser TYPING PAPER, 500 SHEETS 8% x 11, only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. BILL WILLIAMS "THE OUTLAW'S DAUGHTER" — PLUS — "THE SHANGHAI .STORY" Wilh" RUTH' ROMAN Kebsodakiamin Four States Grand Championship Stock Car Race At Spencer Sunday, May 27 i Clay County Fairgrounds at Kneiii er, Iowa will be I lie scene of OIK of llit.' most important late model stock ear races in the count i y on -Sunday afternoon, May 27, according lo Bill Woods, Secretary of the fair. Named NEBSODAKIAMIN the tour .-tales Brunei championship the race is due to be battled out ovi r the 200 lap, 100 mile route wilh cush purses in excess of 32500 yom« to the lead-footed throttle pushers, most of whom will bi- mourned in brand new 19oli automobiles. Ma/iy nationally known drivers \vill bt in Hie compt tition. such as the niii' pictuu'd herewith. 21 yea i old Sonny Mi;ryan of lieau- umont. Texa>. Mortiiin boasts of having won 47 consecutive fea- H.re ruce.5 in one victors' ^ti in^;. H. drives a 1956 Chevrolet. Race time for the spectacular event is 2:30 p.m. Gate tickets gu on sale at 10:00 a.m. Sunday with adult admissions including a yrand^tand seal at u price ol ^2.00. Children under 12 are 50c. Seating is 011 a first come first serve basis. Parking will be tree, wilh park| iny area avail:ibli' for thousands I of CMS. The lime JriaOs th^Jt pre! cede the raci....:. -.vill .-lait |.i;omot- I ly at 2 p.m. — Adv. HI, FISHERMEN! Please Accept This As Our Personal, Sincere Invitation To Spend Your Vacation At One Of The Friendliest Resorts Anywhere . . . Where Guests Come Year After Year To Enjoy Relaxation And The Best Of Fishing In Our Two Bottle Lakes, Part Of The Famous Mantrap Chain. We have a modern cottage waiting for you and will be happy to make your reservation now while dales are still available. Write us for our complete story. Park Rapids, Minn. Htf Summers' Pine Point ENDS, TUESDAY: "THE BIRDS AND THE BEES" WED. & THURS. ALGONA,,,, THE QREATESt ROMANTIC ADVENTURE OF ALL TIME/ Paramount presents KIRK SILVANA DOUGLAS • MANGANO . . . Actually filmed where it «ll took /ire thousand ••,.•.»•>•' COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR a sl«ic| .A tafia Pofcia • m • m mm • «s DUWM MIDNITE PREVIEW SAT. 11:30 P.M. OF "ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK" Come in anytime after 9 p.m., see regular program and stay without extra charge for the midnight preview! ALCONA^ SUNDAY and MONDAY ! of ill...in the 11 big Storij x^. »bout how LHOW THEY DIG > | THAT BILL HALEY* « IN ALGONA ! .'fiJ ;'•• AND ,;>.i -i- f FEATURE.' BILL HALEY and hi s COMET Rociin' Q. jt . ih Y 3j , ROCK ASQUND IHE JUDY' "RO,"K.A.3EATiN TOU LATER ALLiGA ' RAZZLE DAZZLE ABC BOOGIE 1 "R O-C Hot Rom*nc«! Cool MUSIC! nQ Story ' The Big Laugh Movie! OUR MISS BROOKS" With Eve Arden

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