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Atomic Energy Lecture Slated, AHS On Nov. 29 A demonstration lecture sponsored by the Atomic Energy Commission on atomic energy and its uses will be presented at Algona High School on Novemter 29. The program, titled "This Atomic World," is designed to acquaint students with the basic principles of nuclear energy its sources and role in industry, agriculture and medicine! Charles H. Smith will present the assembly program which breaks down Into student terms topics Including the structure Ift^ ra ? latl ° n ' reactors > ««d fusion. Mr. Smith has completed extensive training at the Oak Ridge, Tenn., facilities of toe Atomic Energy Commission. Ho is a graduate of Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, Georgia. He holds a bachelor of science degree. Specially designed electronic equipment is used during the 40-minute program to show such things as sources of radiation how nuclear energy is harnessed to furnish electric power for cities, the use of radloisotopes to aid in diagnosis and treatment of diseases and to learn more about life processes Show above is Charles Smith with a plastic ball "tagged" with harmless "tracer" atoms, part of the demonstration Equipment used in presentations of "This Atomic World" -the U S Atomic Energy Commission program designed especially for nigh schools. Hattie Shaser Of Lone Rock Dies Saturday LONE ROCK - Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Lone Rock Presbyterian church for Mrs. Hattie Shaser, 86, Lone Rock. Mrs. Shaser, resident of Lone Rock for 53 years, died Saturday afternoon at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. She had been hospitalized there four months. Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Shaser was born Dec. 26, 1879 at Rising Sun, Ind. She was married to Christian Shaser Feb. 25, 1906. The couple farmed near Irwin, Iowa, before moving to a farm north of Lone Rock where they farmed for 53 years. Survivors include a son, Albert of Lone Rock, one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. Hear Drama Group Students at Garrigan High School were visited Thursday Nov. 17, by a Briar Cliff College drama group. Directed by Edward J. Gordon of the college's speech and drama department, the students presented, "The Lonesome Train/' written by Millard Lampell with music by Earl Robinson. The production is the musical legend of Abraham Lincoln's funeral train and the Briar Cliff group presented the choric speaking premiere. The support speaking choir included Mary Nelson of Wesley. Math Teacher Speaks IOWA CITY, IOWA -Students at Garrigan High had an opportunity to hear a scientist from Westmar CoUegeof LeMftfswhen she visited Algona under sponsorship of the Iowa Visiting Scientist Program. Ellen Oliver, who is associate professor of mathematics visited the local school on Nov. 21 to give students some insights into her scientific specialty. LuVerne Plans For Library Get A Boost LuVerne's plans for construction of a new library costing somewhere around $40,000 received a big lift, last week, when it was learned that a Mason City benefactor had madeadona- tion of $10,000 from a library benefit trust, and about 53% of the total needed could be obtained from a Federal grant, or about $21,200. This would leave about $8,800 to be raised locally by LuVerne for the project. In order to meet all requirements for these grants, however, it is necessary for the library to build up its total number of books. A total of 1404 books are needed, and the library now has 850, so about 600 more books are needed. Books of all kinds may be donated and left at the City Hall. They can also be picked up, and anyone with books can contact James Mallory, Mrs. Harry Naff- zlnger at LuVerne, or Mrs. Wm. Goetsch, with a Livermore telephone. Lorin Larson Funeral Held Here Saturday Funeral services for Lorin H. Larson, 71, well-known Lu- Verne farmer, were held Saturday afternoon in the Presbyterian church here, with Keith Strayer officiating. Burial was at Union cemetery, Ottosen, and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Kenneth Roney, Roy Telford, Cecil Jolliffe, Wayne Wickwire, Ted Chrischilles and Wilbert Ruhnke and honorary pallbearers were Arthur Dimler, Ole Dlmler and Roger Fox. Mr. Larson died Wednesday at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Lorln H., son of Louis and Hattie Larson, was born Feb. 5, 1896 at Ottosen. He married Florence Merritt Oct. 5, 1922, was in the U. S. Army, serving in the Rainbow Division during World War I, and also was in the service during World War n. Survivors include his wife; three sisters, Mabel (Mrs.Clar- ence Calllgan), Pocahontas, Alma ************************#*******#< You 're NEVER Too Old!! Pictured above is Mrs. Walker of Rodman who is shown wearing the dress given her by the Chrischilles Store m Algona, and fitted last week. Mrs. Walker bought a dreis from the Chrischilles Store just a year ago today to celebrate her 99th birthday and at the time was promised that if she would return this year, !™ 5t l|e . h ! llei Store would 9 iv « n*r a dress as a 100th birthday present. Last Friday Mrs. Walker walked into the store and picked out her dress. She will celebrate her birthday in Rodman Thursday with .her children. There are only three still living of eight ... a daughter from Denver, 79, a daughter from Gutherie Center, 59, and a son from St. Paul, 62. Thursday will also be her 81st KSi fl ?T iV £ f ?, ry ' ' ' $he was married on her birthday. Mrs. Walker is cared for by Mrs. Fred Huff but still get$ around by herself with amazing ease (Mrs. Eddie Weimer) and Mrs Agnes Watnew, Burlington; and two brothers, George, Algona, and Roy, Sioux Rapids. Donald, the Larson's only son was killed while In the service' during World War H. 32 New Vehicles Licensed In Kossuth County A new vehicle for Thanksgiving will grace numerous garages in this area, according to a summary of new vehicle licenses issued during the past week at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Volgt. They went to the following: Buick - Robert G. Beemer, Lakota. Chevrolets - C. A. Engelby, Ledyard; Claude Ruark, Algona; Wm. Hardcopf, LuVerne; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft; Henry Van Hove, Titonka; Alphonse Erpelding, Algona; Russell Miller, Ringsted; Mrs. Jessie Fehr, West Bend; Henry H. Lauck,Sr., West Bend; George nig, Bode; Albert Metzger, Lone Rock; Wm. Beemer, Lakota (p/u); Paul Bernhard, Fenton, (p/u); Richard Smith, Wesley; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft; Larry Hinckley, Burt; Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt, (p/u); Lee &McGuire, Lone Rock, (p/u); Verle Nelson, Titonka, (P/u). Mobile Home - Ruth Bergstrom, Algona. International - Algona Implement, Algona (2). Dodge - Sylvester Goraczkow- ski, Armstrong, (p/u); Frank Bentele, Swea City. Fords - Wayne Rock, Swea City, (p/u>, Harold Kuchen- reuther, Algona; Matt Streit, Algona. Plymouths - Henry Hefty, Lu- Verne; Elaine Guerdet, Armstrong. Rambler - Walter Friedrich, Algona. Pontiac - Stephen Brandenburg, Armstrong. Portland Club Has "Eat Out" Meeting, Burt PORTLAND - The Portland Progress Club enjoyed a one o' clock luncheon, Thursday afternoon, November 17th at the Cunningham Cafe in Burt. Fifteen members attended: Hilma Carlson, Vera Fitch, Margaret Govern, Edith Jandl, Elizabeth Kennedy, Arlene Marlow, Thelma Meister, Marie Parsons, Linda Meister, Mary Rasmussen, Eva Shippler, Ethel Smith, Hazel Steven, Sarah Stewart and Arlene Wood. Mrs. Ruth Trunkhill and Judy Fitch were guests. Vivian Dutton is a new member. After the luncheon the presid- mmmmmmmmmmmm ent, Marie Parsons, called the meeting to order. A motion was made and carried, to have another luncheon about this time next year. It was also voted that we buy $2. worth of Christmas Seals, give $2 to the Retarded children of Algona and $5 to the ophamed Ciucyk children, Susie, Christa, and Werner. Edith Jandl, HUma Carlson, Sarah Stewart, Arlene Mirlow and Betty Miller each received a gift from their Secret Sister. A Christmas meeting will be held in the home of Margaret Govern, Thursday afternoon, December IGth, with Thelma Melster and Linda Meister, assistant hostesses. This will be a Christmas Fair, beginning with £ 12:30 luncheon. Hostesses are to furnish the hot dish, others to bring cookies, candy or anything good to eat. There will also be a cookie exchange, each bringing a dozen cookies. Roll call will be the revealing of the Secret Sisters. Each member is to bring a home made or boughten gift equivalent to $1.00. Each gift will be numbered and drawn. Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow were in charge of Fun time. Edith Jandl and Linda Meister winning prizes. - o- Mrs. Lawrence Govern, Mrs. Ronald Breurer and Mrs. Ronald Souter attended a preformance of "Hello Dolly", in Des Moines at the KENT theatre, last week. Vincent Govern accompanied mmmmmmmmmmm The difference between giving a good Christmas gift and a great Christmas gift is found in the degree of quality. Be sure your gift is in the GREAT category by relying on these brand names: VAN HEUSEN Vanopress Dress Shirts CAMPUS Colorful Sport Shirts MCGREGOR Sweaters and Sport Shirts JOCKEY Sport Shirts and Underwear INTERWOVEN Men's Hose and Sox LEE Dress and Sport Slacks WEMBLEY Famous Neckwear SWANK Men's Dress Jewelry ROLFE Billfolds SAMSONITE Quality Luggage JADE EAST Men's Cologne & Talcum ALGONA, IOWA Shop for Christmas at the Hob Clothiers now and have top selections. Layaway until later if you wish. Mr. and Mrs. M.'lton Farrow of Lakota, to Suedan Minnesota to visit Patric Marlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dillis Marlow, before his leaving for Viet Nim. Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Effie Teeter and Mrs. Robert Arend went to Minneapolis Saturday morning where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tompson and little son John. The returned home Sunday evening bringing John with them, he will stay with his grandparents until his folks come down Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christensen were Sunday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home. Mr. and M-s. Lawrence Govern called at the Victor Fitch home, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were Saturday evening visitors in the Dwigtit Ruse home, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms went to Mason City Thursday afternoon, where they visited Hanry Van Hove in the Mercy Hospital. He is getting along as well as can be expected after having surgery the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Harms and Ardith Riceville stopped at the Jesse Harms home Saturday and were dinner guests. - o- Your Christmas Shopping List: n n n n D n CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS Set of 15 large bulbs - $2.29 Set of 7 large bulbs - $1.19 Set of _24_miniatures — $2.30 CHRIS"TMAS"TREE BULBS Colorful bulbs for the right Holiday touch. Five for 59c. GIFT V\TRAPPFNG"PAPER Beautiful rolls of wrapping in packages of 3 for 98c & 10 rolls for $2.98. CHRISTMAS~BOWS For beautiful gift wrapping. Package of 12 for 85c. RIB B~6~N S All coiors and seasonal patterns. 6 spools for 69c. Personalized Stationery Perfect gifts of stylish stationery personalized with name & address. Personalized Christmas Cards! Artistic and decorative cards with your name imprinted on them, CHRIsYMAS~f REE ICICLES Regularly 98c Mens' and womens' billfolds with name imprinted. n TOILETRIES -7or"Men & Women * Revlon * Max Factor * Tussy * Currier & Ives * Little Lady * Old Spice * "007" * Citation * Kings Men * His * Royal Regiment by Max Factor ; Available in stylish gift kits or individual pieces. D PARKER'PENS Classic gifts of quality writing instruments. tmmmm D WYLER^WATCHES" The leading name in exclusive watches for men and women. D Kay nar Diamonds & Pendants j Diamonds - the gifts that really show you care. D CHRISTMASCANDIES Delicious Pangburn Candy for gifts — also Chris Party Candies. D BEAUTIFULCIOCKS Clocks for every room in the house by famous Westclox and Seth Thbm- as. All types and styles - transistor, wind, electric and clock radios. HI Westclox 'Weather Stations Useful conservation pieces that add elegance to any home. Measures pressure, humidity and temperature, __ From $3.98. D The Ideal Gifts - Cameras Quality cameras to catch happy memories by Bell Howell, Polaroid and Eastman Kodak. D AIGONA.IOWA -"-Ml* I Put the holiday atmosphere in your home with centerpiece decorator candles. Many types, colors & sizes. RfiKwL&Ire

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