VUlfdf Sister Alma Jude, the fc#ffi« Alma Mae McCUiiwin, J««Mit1y had her first vMt to her barents, Mr. and Mrs. Waltr e? MoGUmon of DeWitt in io ye*«j,Sistet Alma Jude will fe- turn to her teaching post in a THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 19M ALOONA ((•»•) ADVANCl-l primitive and inaccessible area of Guatemala soon to resume her duties as 'tMidter and school <«,&¥• i" i- \eM " ''.'•* VW sui •.XfilftT. PRINTING AT TMI ADVANCE FEED BOOKING DAYS Alum! WOMM )§ (fay at Ftnlon Ftnton - Starting Nov. 17, from 7 30 p.m. to 9:30 pjit, there will again be exercises lessons in the Fertton gym. The first hour will be exercising and the second hour practicing basketball. This is to prepare the women for another alumni basketball game which will again be sponsored by the Town and Country Women's club. All area women are welcome to attend. The Guy DeReuses visited several days last week at Ray Zwiefel's. The DeReuses are from Monroe, and Mrs. DeReus and Mrs. fcwiefel are sisters. Sunday guests of the Eldon Hatttelmans Hantelmans, were the Merlin Dubuque, Fred AT YOUR CO OP Take advantage of the Beef-Sheep Booking Days now in progress to book your CO-OP Protein Concentrates, Protein Blocks, Mixed Minerals and Salt products for range or feed lot. CO-OP Beef Concentrates for range and feed lot will provide the protein, vitamins and minerals needed to balance your roughage or high energy ration. CO-OP Minerals range from 3% to 12% phosphorus. There is one for your particular need. JUDY CARMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Carman, Livermore, is appearing as a piper with the University of Iowa Scottish Highlanders this year. Miss Garman, a sophomore majoring in mathematics, has appeared with the.interna- tionally known all-girl bagpipe band at Minneapolis and Cedar Rapids this fall as well as the University of Iowa home football games. She has been a member of the band since March, 1966, having been selected for training as a pipe- in the fall of her freshman year. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher PLAN NOW . . TO BOOK YOUR FALL AND WINTER NEEDS sw OF CO-OP,FEED PRQpjJgtS '„ AT YOUR CO-OP "'""•?• : "' Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance — CO-OP gasoline, fuel oils, and lubricants — Call 5-5614 Farmers Cooperative elevator manager,. Gerald Hoffman, and Eugone Struthers, board member, attended the first Farmers Regional Cooperative and the Omaha Bank for Cooperatives meeting at Omaha Wednesday and Thursday. Friday they attended the dedication, of the Feltex fertilizer plant at Fremont, Neb. Mrs. W. G. Cooper attended a wedding dinner for the Terry Wickwires at Keith Cooper's at Ft. Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Wickwire is a granddaughter of Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Mr. Wickwire is in the air force. The Antone Speichs and Edwin were Saturday coffee guests at Norman Speich's, Hampton, enroute to Gladbrook where they were overnight guests at Eugene Walston's. Antone Speich and Edwin and Eugene Walstons and Charles were guests at Arland Spcdch's, Cedar Rapids, Ruth Speich of Ames was also a guest. Carroll Olson and his parents, Langermans and Lawrence Han- telmans, Swea City, Charles Hantelmans, Ringsted, Olaf Nor- lands, Cylinder, Larry Buschers, Algona, Arnold Hantelmans and Renee, Norman Bollingers and girls and ohn Waite and girls. Evening callers were the Dr. and Jerry Waites. yard, Is a guest of her cousins, Lottie and Jennie Mason, .Rhinehold Ristau, Des Moines, visited Saturday as his sister, Mrs. Sadie Wagner's. Mrs. Hertry Kubly, Emma Krause and Jennie Mason attended a party at Mrs. Laura Happens, east of Renwick, Monday. Lottie and Jennie Mason, Lu* Verne, their guest, Mrs, Verna Thompson, Ledyard, and the James Zweifels, Corwith, visited bheir cousin, Mrs. Stella Mason, in Charles City Sunday. Suzanne Dudley, Connie Schnotzer, girl friend, and Bob Maass, Westmar college, LeMars were .weekend visitors at Clyde Dudleys, George Sohnetzers and Mrs. Marie Maass's. Mrs. Lucille Hof and Mrs. Cora Ross, Humboldt, were Sunday callers at their niece, the Harold Traugers. Mrs. Hof leaves soon for the winter in New Mexico. Lu Verne Fern Bigingt Mr. iftd Mrs. Raymond Cretgh- toft and family visited Sunday afternoon in-the Jay Steven home. Mf. afrd Mrt. .fay Steven visited the Bob Stevens in Algona on Monday. Bob Steven fell from a ladder while painting his house and broke Mi Ifdtto*. Mrs. Jay SteV*ft .«.„ itadine Opheim Mtendgd king. It takes a _ polite to a beggar, Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch the Tom Olsons, West Bend, went to Ft. Dodge Friday to meet Christine Olson, student at Iowa City. She spent the weekend at Tom Olson's/who are her grandparents. Her 'home is in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Paul Meyers, Rutland, had their card, club Sunday. There were six tables. Richard Kiraseth had high for men and Victor Meyer low. Mrs. Allan .Wqhrsmnn ..had, ( high .for women and Mrs. 'Ralph Jacobson had travel. The Earl Longs, were Sunday guests at Earl Longs at Aysihire. Mrs. Chester Alme returned from the hospital at Iowa City Tuesday. Mr. Alme and their daughter, Mrs. Roger Madsen and David, Sheffield, came for her. The Howard Hellicksons and Bert C. Ramus accompanied his cousin, James Doak, Ogden, to Pierre, S. D., to visit the Warren Hunsley Ranch. Breeders of full blooded Hereford cattle, they purchased two club calves for Nita Sue Doak, 16, daughter of the James Doaks. Mrs. Robert Mittag and two children of Clara City, Minn., spent the weekend visiting 'her parents, the Chester Sills. Mrs. Sill returned home with her for a week. Lottie Mason, Lu Verne, her cousin Mrs. Verna Thompson, Ledyard, went to Clarion Monday to visit a cousin, Mrs. Charlotte Ogden,, who lives at the Heritage Home. The Bert Ramuses, LuVeme, Mrs. Charles Sorensen, Corwith, and the Willis Marshalls, were guests at a pre-Thanksgiving dinner at their sister, the Joe Wahrers, Des Moines, Sunday. The Vernon Hanselmans, had their card club Sunday for the first meeting of the winter. Members are the Myron Hinzs, Larry Henderson, Ben Heftys, Jim ' Heftis;: Jerry Stilles, Jim Stahls, LeRoy Webers, and the hosts. Four tables were in play. High was the Myron Hinzs, low, Hendersons, Nine Bid, Mrs. Stille. The next meeting, Nov. 27 will be at Ben Heftys. Mrs, Verna Thompson, Led- In the Algona Area, who's the In Crowd talking to? Buick dealers, mostly. SCHULTZ BROS. 10M South Phillips Glenn Hellicksons, and Mrs. Hannah Havelock, Hellickson, near Hardy,, visited Stanley Hell ickson at the hospital at Sioux City Sunday. The H. D. Benson's were Sunday guests at Louis Lansing's at Bricelyn, Minn. The women are sisters. The Jerry Kinseths, Brenda and Denise, Jacksonville, 111., visited his parents, the Oliver Kinseths from Thursday to Sunday. Other Saturday night visitors were the James Barbers and Rhonda, West Bend, Olvin Haugs and Richard Kinseths. The Arthur Zemans and Norman were Sunday guests at Lester Zeman's at Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glaubke of Indianapolis, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sodrel, Greenwood, and Mr. Robert Sodrel of New Albany ar- ried 'here for a Visit with relatives. They will be visiting in the Harold Becker home, aind the Tom and Bill Trenary homes. Mrs. Betty Miller and family were last Sunday evening visit-, ors in the Tom' Trenary home. Douglas John, little two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. Harms, is 1 home again, after spending five days in the St. Ann hospital. We are glad to hear that he is getting along fine at this time.' ' " Mrs. Jenny Whalen of Titonka spent Saturday night in the E. C. Sohwietert home. Mrs. Whalen and Mrs. Schwietert attended the shower at the Burt Methodist church, in honor of Miss JoAnn Ackerman. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sdhwietert visited Mrs. Sohwietert's aunt, Mrs. Mattie Hertzke in Lakota, a week ago last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven visited in the Milton Steven home at Rubhven, a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson and family, of New Orleans, La., were Tuesday evening supper guests in the P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monite and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were after supper guests. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow attended the Legion at Lone Rock Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harm; and Maryella of Britt were Tuesday evening visitors in the Johnny Harms home. LET US We Feature: • Kohler Fixtures • Gas Conversions • Myers Pumps and :«E ATI N G GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS - REMODELING R.J.FONK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. 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