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Nil slate of GOP election candidates final day for filing nomination papers for county offices, July 13, will find the Republican party with a full slate of candidates, according to C. R. Schoby, chairman of the county committee. "We are proud to present these candidates to the voters of Kossuth for consideration at the polls," said Mr. Schoby. "All of them are of the highest character and have been active in community affairs. Each one is well qualified for the office he seeks." Republican county candidates are: Karl Kiilsholm, candidate for State representative, farms northwest of Algona. He was born in Wesley, and moved to Denmark as a child with his father following his mother's death. He was educated in Denmark and experienced the Nazi occupation there during World War II. He returned to the .United States in 1950 and began farming. He is married to the former Fidilia Skow, Wesley. and' they have three children Mr. Kiilsholm's activities include the Kossuth Extension Council Councilor for Rural Youth member of Toastmasters club' and an elder in the Presbyterian church. W, B. (Bing) MacDonald; republican candidate for county attorney, is associated with the Fristedt. Mr. MacDonald is Fristedt. Mr. cMacDonald is a native of Chicago. He re^ ceived his law degree from Northwestern university. While in law school he clerked in the trial division of a Chicago law firm. Upon graduation he spent two years in the trial department of a Kansas City law firm before coming to Algona. He is married to the former Molly Sullivan, daughter of Mrs. Wade Sullivan and the late Algona postmaster. They have one daughter.. They are members of St. Cecelia's church. Don Jorgenson is the republican candidate for county treasurer. He is a graduate of Ledyard high school and Hamilton Business School, Mason City. He worked for three years at Welp's hatchery in Bancroft, .managed the Aleona hotel for 2,% years, and has been deputy county auditor for four years. He is married and has five children. The Jorgensons belong to the Methodist church. Republican candidate for county recorder is Mrs. Mertie H. Huber of Burt. Mrs. Huber grew up on a farm near Woden and graduated from Woden high school. She attend- *-ALCONA (low-) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JULY 14, 19& tee. Burt, Roy W. Anderson, clerk, Arthur Person and Dean Andrews, trustee. Cresco, John P. Simon, clerk, Jerome Eisenbarth and Harold Sabin, trustee. Eagle, Kenneth Brones, clerk, Lloyd Thorson and Jack Reese, trustee. Fenton, Mervin Christenson, clerk. Garfield, Rapheal Montag and Leo Hanselman, trustee. Grant, Robert Briggs, clerk, Donald Mino, trustee. Harrison, Edward F. Peterson, clerk. Willard Appelt, trustee. Hebron, William Oldenberg and Marvin Junkermeier, trustee. Irvington, Richard Mawdsley, clerk, Wayne Wickwire, trustee. Iisdyard, Yemen M, Smith, clerk, Edward G. Lpoft, trustee. Lincoln, Stephan R. Tjaden, clerk. LuVerne, Earl R. Chambers, trustee. Plum Creek, Everet Broesder, trustee. _ Portland, Glen Larson, trustee. . Prairie, Elmer Glawe, trustee. Seneca, Henry E. Looft, clerk Lyle England and Raymond Bergum, trustee. Swea, Orville Thoreson, clerk. Union, Donald Strayer, clerk, Otto Harlan and Marvin Leigh, trustee. Honors won by at Titonka listed Titonka — The Auxiliary ot Wm. H. Kennedy Post met Julv 5 with Audrey Boelkes with 18 members present. Betty Fergu son won the door prize. Loraine Boekelman received a cash prize from Dept. convention as second place on her original Poopy poem. This «ame Doern won first place at the mid-winter 10th district meeting. Two awards of merit were also presented to the unit for rehabili- (ation work in the past year. New officers were installed. J ,unch wa c i seirved by Audrey and Lee Miller. A cake decorated to congratulate the president, Ellen Boekles as district president, and Sr, Vice Viola Spear as district servetary, war> served. Officers for Wesley Legion are installed W«il«y-*Lsgion officers were elected arid installed Juljy 2. They were Merle Rasmussen, comm.; Ed Johnson, vice; Jack Vitzthum, finance; Alvin Becker, service; Mark StUder, sgt.; Wm, Goetz, historian. They were installed by Wm. Goetz who is 8th district commander. Nola Gatton married GOES TO DES MOINES Mrs. Marie Bleich has sold her home to Vern Olsons who get possession Aug. 1 They have been living in a rural house rented from the Clinton Edens and Vern works at the Farmers Lumber yard. Mrs. Bleiclh, whose husband, Leo, died June 14, has rented a Westchester apartment on Ingersol and 39th street in Des Moines. The Bleicihs lived in their Wesley home some 40 years. His mother, Mrs. Bertha (August) Bleich, owned and occupied the house,prior to her death many years ago. ATTEND WEDDING Wesley relatives who attended the wedding'iSaturday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, of Larry Lae Youngwith and Nancy Ringsdorf included' the Tom and Kenneth Forburgers, Mrs. Tommy Fprburger, the Larry, Luke, John and Mrs. Helen NOLA GATTON and Arnold ELten were married June 25 at 2 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, with the Rev. G. J. C. Gerike performing the double ring ceremony. She is the daughter of the Ervin Gattons, rural Algona, and he is the son of the Fred Eitens, Wellsbiirg. Floyd Eiten, brother of the groom, was the best man, and groomsman was Harold Eiten, of Laura Richtef and Jack. Joe Erdnian Waterloo, visited lis mother, Mrs. Matt Erdman, his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Goetz, Mid othef relatives over the week* end. The Everett Ackersons are building a double garage con> nected to the east side of their house by an enclosed patio. Brother Luke, of Holy Cross Order, Sherman Oaks, N. D., and the Gregory Bauers, Hankinson, N. D., were guests of the R. C. Bauers several days last week. The men are brothers. All were dinner guests of the Will Hrubes Thursday. Christi and Michele Hirner, daughters of Mrs. Charlene Hirner, Emmetsburg, were guests last week of their grandparents the George Hirners. The George Hirners, Mrs. Alice Hirner and Roland attended a Willeer-Krebsbach reunion at Swea City, July 3. David, 12, son of the Orville Weilands, spent last week with his grandparents, the John Wei- lands, Whittcmore. Daisy McElmurrary, Kyle, S D., was a recent visitor at Geo. Seabergs and Joe Skows. Other 4th of July visitors for.a.picnic at the Seaberg home yrere the Dwight Seabergs, Philip Ssaberg, Ames, and the Joseph Skows. Mrs. Mag. Bleich;' returned home last week from Park hospital, Mason City, where she had major surgery. • - • Picnickers Sunday at Wm. Hrubes's home were George Hrubeses, Britt, Geo. Wellicks, Charles City; R. C. Bauerses and Mrs. Bernadette Pfeffer and children. SOCIETY DINNER GU8ITI Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Studer entertained as dinner guests last weekend her brother, Rev< Linus J. Eisenbacher, Odeboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Faurot, Studio City, Califs and children Julia artd Donald, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bristow and family, Algona. Thomas J. StUder, Sioux City, Was a guest the weekend of the Fourth. CLUB HAS PICNIC Riverdale Friendly club had their picnic at the Algona fairgrounds July 3 with 11 members and their families present. A guest was Opal Barker, Escon* dido, Calif. People like to read newspaper advertisements — surveys show 85 per cent of people want their newspapers to contain advertising. It takes 10 td '13 sttow to equal an inch ftin. (SUPER) Hotel Tues, July..It Demonitratlon A Shewlnf Faithfully amplifies the. whisper- id sounds you mlu with many Hewing ild». ' ¥«,m. tO.I jlb|Bf "Royuity" of. hearing oJJi. latteries and lefvlee let molt mikM — You are Invited to come. In.' AUDIPHONE CO., INC. Ground Floor—Ftomlnfl Bldf. 214 • 6!h Av». D. M. Anthoriiid Zenith MeMiHf,AM Youngwirths, Joe Kriepses. Mer'« Losses. Vern Olsons. Donna Bleich and Frank Bleichs. The reception was held in the VFW hall in Algona. The couple will go to San Diego, Calif. He has 18 months to go in the Nacy.. Grand Rapids, Mich., also a brother of the groom. Matron of honor was Mrs. Howard Spence, Waseca, Minn., and the bridesmaid was Mrs. James Gatton, of LuVerne. She is a 1959 graduate of the Algona high school, and a graduate of the State College of Iowa, Sihe will tsaeh again in the Wellsburg community school system. I The latter was a former 8th dis- ATTEND FUNERAL Wm. Goetz and L. L. Lease attended the funeral of Vic Stueland, 61, at Kanawha recently. He is engaged in farming near Wellstourg. DATE OPEN HOUSE The Vincent Heifners will have their 40th wedding Sunday July 24. There will be an open house at the Titonka school. Hosts are their children. All relatives and friends are invited. '. The Rollo Moores have a daughter born July 5 at the hos- ; tital in Britt. She weighed 7 Ibs, 12M> oz., and has two brothers and a sister. •Mrs. John )Velhousen is visiting for a time'with her son the U. Gerald Welhousens. Ft. Sill, Okla. They have a new daughter, Carrie Lynn, born June 27. Audrey Boekles was at Walther League camp at Okoboji from June 27 to Julv 2 where Ex-lrvington youth has top school honor Irvington —The Charles Reapers and the Leonard Hansens returned July 'I after the weekend at their daughter the Johnnie Norrises, Nelson. Minn. John Jr. oldest son of the Norrises, is attending the university of Minnesota at Minneapolis for six weeks, and will attend next "ummer for the same period of time. John will be a senior at high school at Eagle Bend v Minn., where he lives with his grandmother, Mrs. Loura Norris during the .school term. John was awarded the 12-weeks schol- arshio at the university as a result of the straight A average he has received in all his subiects in high school. Other visitors Sundav at Johnnie Norris's were hi« mother, Mrs. Laura Norris, Eagle Bend, and the Lawrence Norrises, Glenwood, Minn. The Norrises are all former, residents of Irvington and lived here- for rnany years. En- route, home the Hansens and Reapers stopped at St. James and visited the Rev. Gilbert Kuypers, also former residents of Algona. Rev. Kuyper was pastor of the Algona and Irvington •she was a Junior high girl's | Presbyterian c'.iurch for several counselor churches for the Iowa. Reformed MRS. MYRTLE HUBER ed Hamilton Business School at Mason City. She was employed by the Titonka Savings bank for five years. In 1948 she married Gerald Huber, a World War II veteran. They farmed for several years in the Titonka area and Mrs. Huber worked at the Titonka Farmers elevator and 'the savings bank. In 1958 the Hubers moved to a farm near Burt. Mr. Huber died; in 1963. There is one son. Gary, a junior in the Burt high school. Mrs. Huber is a member of the Methodist church and is presently employed at the Farmers Elevator in Burt. Harold Trauger, republican candidate for supervisor in the 1st district, operates a grocery store. He is a long time resident of LuVerne. William Rode, Earl Stott and Ted DeBoer, Jr., will run in the Sept. 6 primary for republican candidate for supervisor from the 3rd district. All three are prominent farmers in that district. In addition to these county and district candidates. Reoub licans have previously filed fo v township clerk and trustee in Buffalo. Ernest P. Hansen Irvintjton soldier back from Korea Irvinaton — Dennis, son of the B. 0. Davises, Irvington, came Julv 5 on 30-day leave. He is Sp-4 in the army and has been stationed in Korea for 13 months. When he returns to duty he will be stationed at Ft. Carson, Colo. He came by plane from Korea to Minneapolis and then by bus to Garner, where his mother met him by car and they returned to Irvington. Merle Wellendorf, Algona, Naomi Rose and Mae McLean, Irvington, were 4th of July guests at Kenneth Roney's. Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington. left July 5 with a nephew, Earl Quade, Havelock, for Pekin, 111., for the funeral of Janine Montgomery, 14, daughter of the Jack Montgomerys. Mrs. Montgomery is a niece of Mrs. Florence Colwell. Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz. Livermore. and her sister, Mrs. Robert Skill- 'nf. Jrvington. visited •n'vt.h their narents, t etches. Bi'rt. Mrs. St'ltz's -on who his ankle ini"r- clerk, Clarence Schutjer, trus- in a cast. 3d in a baseball game jyly 2 may have to have his ankle put years, SHOWER IS GIVEN Hostesses at a miscellaneous c ho\ver for Judy Edwards, Graettinger, and John Jennings, Aleona, at the Lenion hall in Algona, Sunday were Mrs. Marvin loebach, Estherville, Mrs. Viola Erdman, Garner, Mrs. Stephen Canaday, Mrs. Russell Canaday, Gloria Canaday, Mrs. Carol Sahin. Mrs. Jerry McCarthy, Mrs. Willard Gregson. Patty Greeson. Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs Floyd Firick'on, Mari^rie J^nninps. Mrs. Ronald Waldera, Mrs. Merle Teeter and Mrs. Margaret Kent. They plan to be married July 23 in the Lutheran church at Emmetsburg, UNLOADER COLLAPSES The tripod of an insilage un- loader at the Ronald Sabin farm collapsed and fell into the silo while chopped oats were being unloaded July 2. Ronald and son Kevin had been working inside the silo and had just come out when the accident occurred. iunciay. Also attending were the "andra Bliven and Jean Jackj- :onon, all Rudalph, Wis., and the Phil Neshiems; Des Moines. ' The Lawrence Millers sp; v » Sunday at Clear Lake. ; Patty Harms, who had attend- 3d the Presbyterian camp at Okoboji last week, gave a report; Sunday during the church service. She was taken to camp by >astor Keith Strayer and return^ 3d with her partnts, the Albert Harms, Algona. A family reunion July 4 at tended by the Phil Arndorfers, dorfers, Bernard Capesiuses and Clarence Siemers, Robert Arn- Ed. Arndorfer's. Clarion, was at- grandchildren Randy, Bernie; Oiane and Becky Colwell, sons and daughters of the Charles Coiwells, St. Benedict. A family picnic at Mrs. Florence Colwell's and her brother Claude July 4 was attended by 111., M. L. Vander Waals, and the Lee Vander Waals, Bradley, Mrs. Ethel Colwell, Algona, Mary Colwell and son Timmy, of Livermore, the Charles Coiwells, St. Benedict, and B. 0. Davises, Marineus -Mansen returned to Charles Reaper's July 5 after three weeks visiting his sister Mrs. Mary Larsen, Roland. • j-v fourth of July picnic at Dean Culbertson's Lone Rock, ,vas attended by the Durwood Walkers, Irvington, Toby East- mans and Kenneth Potters, Algona, and the Duane Habagers, of Burt. Lewis Grams, who had surgery at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, several times in the past few months, is now at his sister, Mrs. Mary Julius's, Fort Dodge. There will be further surgery in the fall. Jeanne Patterson rode her horse, Comet, in the grand entry and other events at a horse ohow in Clarion Sunday. A picnic for the birthday of Lawrence Miller was held at the Miller farm Sunday. Attending were the Harold Sabins, Yen Pattersons, Clar^ace Canadays and Mrs. Margaret Kent family. Mrs. Beda Watson, San Francisco, Calif., former Irvington- ian, is home again after being hospitalized for some time. The son, Paul Watson, Algona, recently visited her. Arthur Olsen is at home again after four weeks at Iowa City, where he had treatment for asthma and diabetes. trict Legion commander and past department vice commander. Goetz is now 8th district commander. BROTHER IS DEAD Father Phillips attended the the funeral of his brother Josepr Phillips, Emmetsiburg, Monday at 10 o'clock. He died at the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines Friday. NEW BANK EMPLOYEE Vernon Wenger, Algona, began work in the Exchange State bank July -. He and his wife live in: the Algona area. They formerly farmed in the Wesley area. The Leonard Rayhus and Jeanette. Garner, were Sunday guests at Paul Grandganetts. The Harold Drummers, Wisconsin, were weekend guests of the Geo. Weigs. They also visited the Bill Drummers, Joa Weigs d Johnny, and Raymond Weig. The latter two are employed by Joe Krieps and live in their trailer house at the Geo. Weig home. St. Joseph Guild will meet July 19 in the parish hall, Mrs. Marie Holmes is housekeeper at St. Joseph's parish house succeeding Mrs. Mary Bluml, who moved to Carroll, where sha purchased a home Mrs. Holmes came from Sioux City where she had lived for many years. The Ed Dusolds, Mason City and the Mike Richters, Britt were Sunday guests of Mrs Mrs. Jerome Gallogly and children, West Des Moines, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Marie Bleich. Mr. Gallogly came for his family and spent the weekend. The H. E. Hemmingsens returned Friday from Iowa. City where he had a post-surgery check-up at a university hospital. Donna Mae Bleich, attending summer school at Drake, Des Moines, spent the July 10 weekend at the parental Frank Bleioh's. Circles 1 through 5 held a bake sale in St. Joseph's parish hall after the first mass Sunday. Many Wesleyans attended the summer festival at St. Benedict Sunday afternoon by the Catholic parish. A school kids baseball game preceded the dinner and the festival. Picnickers Sunday at Martin Hamiltons were his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton,' and /the Luke Hamiltons, Bancroft, Dennis Hamilton, Tracy, Calif.; John Hamiltons, Titonka, Bob Hamiltons, Swea City, Lawrence and Colette Rockier. The Leo Goetzes and Kathy and Mrs. Helen Johnson visited Mie Goet.7's daughter, Sister Mary Leo, in Sioux City Sunday wherp she is attending summer school at Briar Cliff college. Recent visitors at the parental P. C. Haynes home included the Bill Gardners, Carlsbad, Calif., R. W. Saunches, and Wm. Nadel- hoffers, Eau Claire, Wis. The Earl Robinsons have rented a rural house southwest of Wesley on the McGregor road and will move from the house owned by his parents, the Clair Robinsons, who will move here from Des Moines. Earl is employed on the night shift at Weiden- hoffs. The Robert Geddings family, Donners Grove, 111., and the Merle Geddings family, Council Bluffs, recently visited the father Gordon Geddings here, and relatives at Woden and Algona. WITH DRY CLEANING OR LAUNDRY AT YOUR MORG - EQUIPPED VILLAGE® L'AUNDRY AND DRYCLEANING STORES i, . « * '. j • Regular value $1. Op each I "•> , • 8 Beautiful colors V-. • keep hot drinks HOT T 1 , ' M J <1 . . > '' • keep cold drinks COLD • for parties or picnics •j • for family, for gifts •; & ..-*•-.- ( • Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval \ REID'S Laundry & Cleaning Village ALGONA, IOWA SERVICEMEN Guests at ArHain Eastman's G unday frr Mark's sixth birthday were thp A. -I East" 1 "^ PTI Mrs. Edith Fistraan, Britt, the Gerald Colemans. Kenneth Potters, Judy Coleman and Jim Romer. Tlie Ronald Saliins attended a Bliven reunion at Decorah on Erwin Blivens, Larry Blivens, San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) June 21 — Marine Private J ard A. Pettit, son of the Woodrow W. Pettits, Route 1, Lone R^ck. was pr»Hnated fr^m Marine recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here. He will have four weeks of individual combat training and 4 weeks of basic specialist training in his military occupational field before being assigned to a permanent unit.