Pwture eirrwd 60 Miles liRds at IrviijtM Irvlngton — The Wm. Mayers were visited Saturday by relatives of the Lee Gallantines, Slifer, a town about 17 miles south of Fort Dodge, about 60 miles away. They came in re- ponse to a letter written by Mrs. Mayer concerning a picture which the Mayers found in their yard May 5. The Gallantines are both in their 80's, and their farm home near Slifer was completely destroyed by a tornado, May 5 as the Gallantines sought refuge in the basement. Mrs. Mayer recognized the name on the back of the picture as the same name in the Des Moines Register about the disaster. The picture was obviously carried by the tornado from the Gallantines home at Slifer to the Mayer's yard here, was of four generations of which Mrs. Gallantine was third in line) It was one of the few possessions! remaining whole after the storm. The Gallantines received only scratches and bruises. FAMILY IS CALLED Paul Black, Dayton, Ohio, Lucille Black, San Antonia, Texas, and Mrs: Robert Cripps, Ontario, Canada, the former Mary Black, were called home and arrived here Friday, May 7. The condition of their mother, Mrs. Belle Black, has worsened during the past few days. Mrs. Black has been in the hospital since the latter part of December, first in the Park hospital, Mason City, and since in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Paul, Lucille, MI'S. Cripps and Mrs. Geo. Kain, Algona, are brother and sisters oi Hugh Black of this area and all sons and daughters of Mrs. Belle Black. TALK TO STUDENTS Mrs. Howard Raney, Mrs. Lyle Raney and Mrs. Walter Ben schoter spent a half hour Mon day giving information on Irv ington and Sexton early history to the junior high students in Algona. Mrs. Howard Raney re ported on Irvington, Mrs. Ben schoter on Sexton, and Mrs Raney talked on schools AI oono H(muth County \ J«« fl *. vm __jj_ ____—. —A-.^JI (/ MriC/v THUMDAY, MAV 11, IMS - ALOONA, IOWA MOSjiveito earner drive in FentonTwp. Lone Rock — Mrs. Howard tterstedt, chairman, for Fenton ownship for the cancer drive, turned in a total of $105. Help- jrs were Mrs. Howard Krausc, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. Henry Wilbcrg. The Ralph Bierstedts were A graduate recital will be giv n by Susan Bode, senior at jiarrigan high school, May 16, at :30 p.m. in the Garrigan gymnasium. She is the daughter of he Roland Bodes, Algona. At he close of the recital .Father Brands Conway, superintendent, will confer the honors. surprised Wednesday pot luck supper at Wilfred Mi- dig's. The party was given by the Pinochle club for the coming 25th wedding of the Bier^ stcdts. other guests included the Sam McCleisnes, the Gerald Radigs, Roy Bierles, George Kissners. Pinochle ws* p after the meal with Sam Mcj Cleish and Ann Radig winning high, Wilma Bicrlo and George Kissner low, and Gerald Radii travel prize. The Bierstedtl were presented with a moiie tary gift. '. ' Recent Sunday guests at Wil frcd Radig's were the Ervin Jochims, Lakefield, Minn,, Mrs Andrew, Federal 0am, Mitin., thd Mts. Rosa Tahiti- stock, LikoU. Mrs. Wilffed Radig had hef 500 cafd club Monday. Mrs. Ervin Weteel won high. Mrs. Milon Marlow low and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt travel. The Alfred Schultzes, Ottosen, visited Sunday With Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The Raymond Neswolds, Iowa City, were weekend guests at the parental E. A. Lee's. Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, was a Sunday guest. Mrs. Ellen Cherland and the Elmer Krauscs were Mother's Day guests at the Amey Cherland's. The Odey Cherlands Were afternoon callers. Roger Cherland, who has been working in Minneapolis, arrived home a week ago to help his father with farming. Donald Cherland arrived at the parental Amcy Cherlands from Ft. khox, Ky., for a 7-day i furlough. The Roger Jensens, Roy Jfefi* sens, Tcna Jensen and Otto Jensen were Sunday guests at Orville Dcafdorffs, Yale. Dell Marlow went to Redfield, 3. D. ( for an extended visit with !iis brother Ben. The Paul Culbcrtsons, Grantsburg, Ind., came Saturday to a cousin, the Bernard Millers, for a Visit until Tuesday. The Dan-el Longs, Bettendorf, came to the parental George Kissners Sunday and >atemal grandparents are the Walter Smiths, Swea City. The A. b. Newbfoughs, Lawrence Ncwbtoiighs and Edwafd Jlanchards attended an open house Sunday at Humboldt for the 80th birthday of A. D. New- visited other relatives and friends until Tuesday. The Delbert Blanchards, Cedar Falls, spent Sunday night at Edward Blanchard's. The Lavcrnc Smiths, Swca City, have their second child, a boy, named Kurt Edward, born April 26. He lias a brother. Ma ternal grandparents arc the Lawrence Ncwbroughs, and the trough's sister, Mrt, Juli* T«f- wilJigef. Golden Gate Bridge over San Francisco Bay was begun in 1933. BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT • LUVERNE • WESLEY • T1TONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK "24 — HOUU AMBULANCE SERVICE" She will 'Sonata Op. play Beethoven's 7 in E-flat major, first movement, "Nocturne Op. 9, No. 1" by Chopin, Debussy's, 'Minstrels," and the first movement of Schumann's "Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54." Her sister, Diane Bode, will join her in a light duet, "Tea for Two". She will be assisted at the second piano by Sister Virginia Marie, PBVM, her teacher. A men's barbershop quartet, of which Mr. Bode is a member, will sing several numbers and the Garrigan concert chorus will sing. Lekberg's '^Weep O W i 11 o w," "0 Shenandoah," "Bach Bouree," and Gershwin's "Summertime." : During her four years of high school Susan has been accompanist and has participated in band, chorus, small singing groups, and speech activities.-. She is an active member of the 4-H club. Catholic Student Mis- jjyie nancy laiiteu uu oviiwwa . •' ' , , , „ , v,-n. *!.„ and former methods of teach sum Crusade club, and both the ing. The class has been study- teen and adult choirs at St. Ce- ing Iowa' history and since celias. there is so much interesting and fbWa^n'texl* of which todays students do hpt know about, it was thought information would' be valuable and "pertinent. • . • • ; Donald Leigh and Mrs. Willis Etherington drove to Fort Dodge Monday to get their father Simeon Leigh from the Lutheran hospital. He had emergency surgery last week Tuesday afternoon for strangulated hernia. He will stay with the Ether- ingtons for a few days before returning home. Nancy Lowman, employed at for a time Ripon, for now stay with the Metzens Joe Metzen and son Tony, also Ripon, came for the wedding of the former's sister Phyllis and is spending some time visit ing, relatives here. He is. a son of the Raymond Metzens. . The Robert Skillings visited Saturday with Mrs. Skilling's parents, the Ray Fitches, Burt. Mary Boldridge, Minneapolis, and Natalie Boldridge, Des Moines, were Mother's Day visitors with their parents, the the American Republic Insurance Co., Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Perry Lowmans, At the close of the Mother's Day church services the Youth Fellowship passed out carnations to all the married women in the congregationrThe Rev. Morz family was presented with a plant. Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Florence Colwell and her brother Claude Fowler were the Harold Colwells, Algona, Charles Cqlwells, St. Benedict, Frank Maceks, John Maceks, and Dorothy Brennan, all of Jackson, Minn., the B. O. Davises and their daughter and grandson, Mrs; Dick Fellin and Joe, Irvington. Guests Mother's Day at Charles Reaper's were the Durwood Walkers, Leonard Hansens, Irvington, Donald Hansens, Algona, Dean Culbertsons, !*>ne Rock, and Albert Harrows, TV tonka, _, _" Mrs. Fred Baldwin and Lorraine, Gail and Ronnie, former residents of Jrvlngton, visited here Sunday. With (hem also was Jim Kroll, Hampton, fiance of Lorraine. They plan to be married June 35. Guests at Jewell Patterson's Sunday for Mother's Pay were Mrs. Uda Elliott, Iowa City; Ww$ Roy Padys, Mt. Ayr; Wela Patterson, Pes Moines; and the Verl Pgttersons. . The Verl Pattersons vwted Sunday with Mrs. Patterson's brother, the Wchi Alije 'Patterson, Pfi spent Mother's Pay with parents, the Verl Pit^r§«>ns,_ r Sunday evening »Uers it Verl Patterson's were Mrs- Hazel Markovetz an4 f»thfir, Mr. Hoyi, Algona. The Bjymond Metzens w»w to Ripon, Wis, May I te wrt relatives and b«»g b»«* Mrt- pother, Mrs. Proma MJS. MsgoiftfU has Wm. 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