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t~AI§»fte (to.) Upf»*r OM Moto** **• Way It 1*66 Engaged To Titonka Man AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHERK F. MR. AND MRS. William Steele visited their Sally, tti Ce-tar Falls la* weekend. MR. AM) MRS. James MU4er and children will gotoMiamapo- Us May 20 in meet her sister, Margaret Fortes, who will arrive by plane from Los Angeles. &* will be here for a visit of two weeks, ft is four years since the sisters were together. On May 21, the group will go to Wlnom, Minn, where they will attend the graduation of Jo Ellen Milder from St. Teresa's. MR. AM) MRS. L E. Hovey and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dean (Marilyn) Greethurst and children of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Beverly) Hauck and children of Humboldt, will spend Sunday at Hampton where they will visit their son awl family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hyvey. The birthdays of Mrs. Hovey and Marilyn will be observed. MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet attended the Norseman Relays at Luther College, Decorah, Tuesday, when nine schools participated. Their son, Bruce, took part and won the open mile. MR. AND MRS. Stove Ostrum and foster child. Tarn my Sue, Dubuquc, spent the Motlier's Day weekend in Algona visiting relatives and friends. GUESTS OF Mrs. May on Mother's Day were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erickson of Mason City. SISTER MARY Petrlna and Mrs. Elizabeth Foley recently attended the Upper Midwest Hospital Association meeting at Minneapolis. THE NORTH Kosartb Chapter of the American Cancer Society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. C, Johnson in Swea City, according to Mr*. Jack Van Norman, chairman. MRS. TED Charles, medical technologist at St. Ann hospital recently attended a district meet- Ing of nurses at Vermillion, 8. Dak. MR. AND MRS. Brady Rovn spent Mother's Day with his mother and other relatives at Rlngstei. MRS. C. C. Schaap spent Mother's Day with the mother of her late husband, Dr. C. D. Schaajj, Mrs. W. W. Schultz at Orange City. MR. AM) MRS. Oswald Thilges were honored April 28 at an anniversary dinner at Fort Dodge by their children, najnely Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miller, Maureen, Garry, Constance and Brian. MRS. MARY Dole went to Iowa City Tuesday for a check-up She ha/1 surgery there a year BOY SCOUT Troop 71, of which Robert Snedden Is Scoutmaster, planted 200 trees at the airport last week as a conservation project for wild life cover, in cooperation with the Soil Conservation Service. DR. L. L. Snyder, chairman of the memorial committee of the Methodist church, announced that a total of $1,464.86 has been sent for new hymnals. No delivery date has been announced. NEW OFFICERS of the Luther League of the First Lutheran TITONKA - Dr. and Mrs. Horace H. Jenner, 555 Harvard Terrace, Frankfort, Indiana, announce the July 9 wedding plans of their daughter, Phyllis Louise, and Michael A. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson of Titonka. Miss Jenner, a graduate of Gulf Park College, is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, and is a junior at Purdue University. Mr. Nelson is a graduate of Iowa State University and is a ceramics engineer with Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. at Decatur, Illinois. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Their wedding will be in St. Mary's church at Frankfort. church are Dennis Georg, president; Gary Nelson, vice president; secretary, Linda Ross; treasurer, Barbara Knudsen; dev. secretary, Carol Sloniker; recording secretary, Brad Farnham; youth council representatives, Dennis Georg and Roger Johnson. REX TAYLOR'S 9th grade Sunday School class will hold its annual outdoor breakfast at Call State Park May 22. All students will meet at the church and be ready to leave for the park at 7:45 a. m. LAST WEEKEND guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer were their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs . Oliver Sigler and baby, Julie Lynn, Des Molnes. This the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Blumer. MRS. GEORGE Sefrit and Mrs. Joe Lowe entertained two tables at luncheon and bridge Friday at the Johnson House. Honored was Mrs. John Keneflck, who will leave later this month on a vacation trip to Europe. She was presented with a gift. Take a tip from area businessmen: *£~ • TrrfTrnmrrmmfTn rmn 11 vm ffi Greenberg Auto Supply Algona, Iowa Now you can give your whole house the same dependable gas air conditioning that cools modern department stores, apartments, schools, hospitals, etc. Gas air conditioning has an unmatched record of performance in business and industrial installations And these are the reasons, A gas cooling unit has no moving parts, which means it cools quietly and dependably, with no loss of efficiency over the years, with virtually no maintenance. And gas cools economically. Aren't these the same things you're looking for in a central air conditioning system for your home? Find out how simple it can be to cool your whole house with gas air conditioning. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas air conditioning equipment. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less too ) NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 295*2484 COMPUTE U» AND NATURAl GAS SltVICi 10 UJT STATI BILL BOURNE, son of Dr. and Mr*. Meltto Boon* and a freshman in medical school at the University at fewa City, spent the Mother's Day weekend with his parents. WSCS general luncheon and program took {dace Thursday at the Methodist ctrarcfi. there was Installation of officers, a memorial service, and the presentation of life membership pins. President is Mrs. Don Nelson, and chairmen were Mrs. Ralph Hauser and Mrs. George Kain. MR. AND MRS. John Hayes spent Mothers Day with his mother, Mrs. E. L. Kirkpatrlck, Ottumwa. DINNER GUESTS of Mrs. Wade Sullivan last week was her brother, John Kelly of Emmetsburg. He attended a bankers' meeting in Ft Dodge. Mrs. Sullivan was visited for the weekend by her daughter, Sheila, Minneapolis. BERNADFNE Linnan of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan. ABOUT 75 nurses and nurses' aides attended the one-day stroke workshop last week at the Good Samaritan Center. JAMES Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd HutZell, was baptized at the Methodist church recently. WESLEYAN Service Guild members who attended the Conference Guild meeting at Storm Lake recently were Mrs. Glen Graham, Mrs. Glen Seger, Mrs. Louis Lynk and Leona Smith. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt has returned from a vacation trip to Washington, D. C., Virginia and Colorado. MRS, ROY Bjustrom has returned after a check-up at Rochester, Minn. 2 From Universal At Convention Earl Lierley, president of Universal Mfg. Co. here, and Irving L. (Pudge) Miller, also of Universal, left Tuesday for San Francisco to attend a three- day meeting of all Ford authorized reconditioners in the United States. They expected to return Saturday, flying both ways from Omaha. O'Briens Attend I.S.U. Session WHnTEMORE - Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien went to Ames Friday, where they attended a journalism workshop at Iowa State University with C. J. and Kathleen Leabo of the University of Minnesota in charge of the program. They also attended the journalism luncheon at which Jack Shelly was the speaker. In the afternoon Eddie attended the double header baseball gave between Iowa State and Colorado. On the way home they attended the track meet at Eagle Grove. Graduation At CorwitJi-We*ley Set For May 18 Ken Kew, TV news director, Mason City, will be the commencement speaker in Cot' witt gymnasium, May 18 at 8 p. m. The Rev. frank Considine of Corwith will dellrer the sermon to the class of Corwitb- Wesley Community School, in the gym, May 15 at 8 p. to. dipt. Jota IfleMldc and Principal Bffl Fredtfi hare released fib* following list of graduates: Richard Brtmsea, Steven Dawson, Deborah DeGfoote, Vidd Detmeriag, Dennis Ftmnemark, Deborah Carman, Eldon Geary, Rebecca Girres, Marleen Harr, Ronald Johnson, James Jnrgea- sen t Joyce Krebs, Datid Lay. Cynthia Meyer, Jane Nail, Kristt Nerem, Karen Perkins, Joel Puffer, Rose Ricke, Beth triad Rierold, Linda Sfflpson, Sloan, James Wagner, Wagner, John Widen, Wfldman. SCHOLARSHIP James L. Hoel, a student «t Sheldon community schools, ha, been declared a winner among nearly two million high school aspirants of a National itetit Scholarship Foundation competition. Hoel plans to attend State College of Iowa and will major in English. Do your kids a favor ...TODAY! 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