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AROUND ALXaONA Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Perry of Walla Walla, Wash. —o— Mr. mid Mrs. Charles Licktcig are parents of a 7 pound, 1 ounce daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. .—o—. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ripdinger are parents of a six pound, 13 ounce son born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson had as their guests the lalter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Baxter, Ryan. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Black had their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radcliff of Vinton here for the Easter vacation. Mrs. Fred Will and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee spent Monday at Estherville where they took the former's sister Mrs. Lillian Iverson after a visit here. —n^ Mrs. Fred Shifts, Delia Welter and Mrs. Clara Zender spent from Friday until Monday at Fargo, N. Dak. where they attended a convention of Soroptimist.s clubs. —o— Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Dale Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foertsch, and Brenda Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shephard. —o— Ruth circle of the Presbyterian church will meet this evening (Tuesday) with Mrs. Stanley Sorenson. Co-hostesses arc Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr., Mrs. William Marshall. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Darrah Mendenhall arrived here Sunday from Laramie, Wyo. Mrs. Mendenhall is the former Lela Stewart of Algona and they are house guests of Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Mr. and Mrs. Beccher Lane had as guests over the Easter weekend the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Lane of Manchester, Mrs. J. Gilmore of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Richard Bartlett, Delhi. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson have received word that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tippen have moved from Minneapolis to Fort Worth, Tex. Mr. Tippen is in charge of hardware at a department store there and Mrs. Tippen is supervisor of the psychiatry ward at a hospital, a position she also held at Mason City. She is the former Sheila Hansen. ._ - !• -',; , r~>;. 7 »,u. I *•**''< -3 ICastpr guests of Mr. and Mrs-'. Richard Burt were Mr. and Mrs. David Du Hong of Cedar Rapids Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson and Peggy and Jane spent Easter here with the former's mother, Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Mrs. Kenneth Scely and daughter Kenclra were overnight guests Friday of Mrs. Seely's sister, Mrs Evelyn Sorcnson at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Riohhoff have named their new daughter Cindy Lynn. She was born Apr 22 at St. Ann hospital. The Algona JayCees will furnish a sand box and sand (or just sand) May 12. Complete information will be announced later —o—. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell and Sterling and Mary Beth, former Algonans now of Ankeny, were recent guests at the parental Adrian Sterlings. —o-— Raster guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause were Mrs. Minnie Meehlhaurl', Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nagel and Elmer Nagel, all of Hartley. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marlin had as their Easter guests the former's mother, Mrs. Grace Martin of Goldfield and daughter Cleo. who teaches at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeill and family, who moved recently to a farm near Spirit Lak;-, were here Easter. Their daughter Rachel was admitted to full membership at the Presbyterian church Sun- clay. —o— Marce, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. H. W. Miller, was honoree at a dinner party Saturday evening at the Johnson House in observance of her sixteenth birthday, which was Monday. Fifteen girls were guests. —o— Catholic Daughters of America will have communion and breakfast in honor of the Blessel Lady May 6. In charge of the breakfast in Academy hall are Katherine Bode, Deanne Gerber, and Rita FrankI, chairlaides, and Joyce Woods, Phyllis Wild in, Mary Schmidt, Cecelia Simons, Marilyn Moore, May O'Brien, Margaret Reese, Nell Linnan, Doris McEvoy, Carol Kain, Alice Ladendorf, Juanitn Hanson, Imelda Heinen, Esther Hilbert, Anna Goecke, Dora Hagg, JoAnne Doocy, Imelda En- gessor, Stella Mae Breen, Alice Condon, Angeline Dearchs, Josephine Arend and Irma Barton. PREPARE NOW FOR THE RAINY DAYS AHEAD! We install, clean and repair gutters and downspouts. We specialize in all sheet metal work. Licensed, insured contractors, serving both residential and commercial. Guaranteed materials and workmanship. LAING'S Plumbing & Heating Algona CY 4-2104 Vtfg!l ftotitf enteferf St. Ann hospital Friday for medical treatment. —o— Mr. nnrt Mrs. \Vcs Ilnrrty hart as their guest recently the hitter's sister, Mrs. C. W. Whitson, Hopkins, Minn. —o— Hrnry Gudcrinn was dismissed from St. Ann hospital Saturday after being a medical patient thcro for the past ten days. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long am leaving today /Tuesday) for St. Louis, Mo. whore they will spent! two weeks with Mr. and Mr.?. Lilburn Erting. —o— Youth niptnborship class of the Methodist church went to Friendship Haven at Fort Dodge Saturday and were guests of the home at lunch. —n— C. D. of A. will have a rummage bake sale May 4 in the former United Variety store building. Mrs. Alice Thilges is chairman of the committee in charge. —o—• Catholic Action Guild will him- a dinner Sunday, May 6, in Academy hall. Steak dinners will be served from 11 a.m. until 2 and from 4 to 7 in the evening. —o— Margaret Diirant spent Vt'oilMi'*- day at Clear Lake and Mason City. At Clear Lake she attended ; meeting of the North Iowa Writers Club of which she is an honor? 1 •>' member. —o— Presbyterians have resumed their Bible study on the book of Romans. They will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 in (lie chapel and the entire congregation ir. invited to participate. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedingpr arc as their guests recently their son, Jim, sludent at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, hi.s fiance, Ann Senti, Burlington, and her sister, Kathi Senti, Denmark. —o— Mayor C. C. Shicrk, Rill Finn, councilman, and David Smith, superintendent of public improvement, spent Friday at Esthcrville where they went on a tour of city facilities and attended a banquet in the evening for city employees. —o— ,June Circle number 1 of tlic Methodist church will have a coffee in the Fireside room of the church Thursday morning, between 9 and 11. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Leonard Gregg and Mrs. Arnold Hill and benefits go to Ihe educational building fund. —fl- Unkcd Presbyterian Women will have an evening meeting this month only. It will be a pot-luck supper Thursday at 6:30 in Fellowship Hall. Guild circle will give the program; Mrs. Helen Laing. devotions; and Mrs. Fred Gcigcl is in charge of the music. Word has been received that a former well-known Algonan, Ho mer Tuttle, is ill at his home in Pomona, Calif. After being in the hospital several weeks, he is in a cast over his head and shoul ders suffering from osteomyelitis. He will be in bed six to eight more weeks. —o— Larry Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, arrived hoim- Saturday after three years in the army, 2 years and 7 months of which were spent in Germany. He has been separated from tin 1 service and is on inactive rescrv" Also at the Hudson's are thr daughter, Janice and family, !\l v and Mrs. Richard Lappin and two daughters of Minneapolis wh.i arrived Sunday for a visit of several days. Girl Scouts Present Roses To City Dr. P. 0. Donvpilor, W. W. Sulll- Algono do.) Upper Oes MoinM— 3 van, Horlpnsp Ferguson, L. K. Linnan, and Beth Annis, Alpmia; Ralph Reding, Bode; Francis O'Brien, Whittemore; Gerald Voigt. Mrs. Henry U'.on. Font on: Karl Tuesday, May 1, 1962 Chamber-;, Cnnvith; Smiih. Sura Cilv. and Rny D. A crowd of 400. including Girl SotiN and mother,, attended ii rose bush presentation ceremony nnil ea at Bryant, school hero Saturday afternoon. In the above photo, three senior Girl Scouts, Mary Kay Barry, Sharon Gardner and Michele Cassel, are shown as they presented hi rose bushes to Francis Bunting of the city park board at the rose garden east of the school. Prior to the presentation, Mrs Howard Long. Girl Scout neighborhood chairman, introduced Helen Mikes who led group singing. The neighborhood service team served as hosts for the tea that followed at the school. (UDM .\ewsfoto — Engraving) Licktcig, Kathryn Seller, Dorothy Martinek. Jean Studer. On the entertainment committee are to be Rita Kicke, Ruth Mary Hrubes, Rose Hauptly, Sarah Raney, Mildred (Ben) Studer, Clara Goetx and Imogene Snider. NOTICE! ALL LAW OFFICES IN ALGONA WILL CLOSE ALL DAY SATURDAYS MAY THRU SEPTEMBER, BEGINNING SAT., MAY 5th. Kossuth Co. Bar Association Wesley C.D.A. Planning Guest Night May 6 Wesley — CDA's met Apr. LM Mildred Arndorfcr, grand regent, presided. Mary Weber, Marie Lickteij;, Arlene Tebbin, Ro-;v Hauptly and Agnes Stevens \ver>' placed on the nominating committee. Mary Joyce Havorly read a paper and Irene Muehe gave a report. Mildred Arndorfcr attended a CDA Convention at Hotel Chief tan, Council Bluffs, Apr. 27-2H-USI. Bridge and 500 were played. High and low score prizes in bridge were won by Lizzie Hildman and Justine Becker, in 500, Francis Weber and Helen Youngwirth. Marion Youngwirth receiv ed the door prize. Servers were Minnie Bleich, Veronica Erdman, Sally Bauer. Sarah Raney, Cecelia Nelson and Mildred (Ben) Studer. Entertainers were Erma Kunz, Charlene Reising, Minnie Studer. Elsie Kunkel, Phyllis Walker and Mary Bode. CDA's will serve a 6:30 dinner May 6, guest night. On the serving committee are Emma Olsen, Beatrice Hildman, Angeline Focrl- sch, Dorothy Becker, Stacia Richtsmeier, Elizabeth Dornbier, Bernice Vitzthum, Ella Hanig, Josie Angeline Foertsch suffered a severe nose bleed Tuesday evening and was cared for in Dr. Jongewaard's office. Caroline Schuller, was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, the fore part of last week. She had been in Mercy hospital, Mason City, five weeks. American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, May 3. Mrs. G. M. Studer entertained her contract bridge club Apr. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vitzthum are parents of a bahy boy born Apr. 25 in the Britt hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces. The couple now have two sons and two daughters,. The other children were at their grandparents, George Vitzthum home. Mrs. Elmer Doughan and her daughter Mrs. Jamss Walmsley of Corwith attended a .Retreat in Cedar Falls over the weekend. The Leonard Arndorfcrs and El ; mer Doughan.3 we're Wednesday evening dinner guests in the James Walmsley home in Corwith in honor ot Mr. Doughan's birthday. Mrs. Victor Locbig and her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Kasmu.s- sen of Forest City spent the weekend in Milwaukee, Wis. with their daughters and sisters, Sister Mary Giovanni and Sister Michalinc. Easter guests in the Luther \y- gaard home were Mrs. Liz/.ie Ny gaard and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith of Livcrmore, Mr. ynd Mrs Bcrdine Nygaard and Mrs. Mar garet Alexander of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wigans of Thor, Marva Nygaard of Evansdale, 111. Guntcr Bieber, Cedar Falls, and the George Detmerings. Beginning May (>, services in the .Methodist church will begin ;>! '.) o'clock each Sunday niuniiiu! i I ill October. | Easter guests at the George Seaberg hum". 1 were Mr. and Mr.i. Iv.ivv in Burr and Roger of IT.. Musics, Mr. and Kirs. Daud SIM- berg ol (- hui'1'..'s City, Jane /.uuf< I Air and -Mrs. Dwight Seaberg .IP I daut;!iu r r-f DCS Moiiics, D..i-\ McEhnurray of Windom, Minn., elk' Joi ,-KOWS and Lou Simpson- Tin 1 I. ..I'll Erdman.i ol lHei.r.,1' spent Ai'i'. 211-2'J with his purr.!! * the I'..ul Kivlman-;, and u.!i, hi -.iMiT IMS. Deveroaux and l.unily Mriho.list WSC:i have bi-rii in vited ;<> guest day May lu at UR- DU.in church. l'.\.iiu;t'liral Free Mission.- ry So cu-ty itiet Tuesday. Hostesses were Mrs. An in Larson and Mrs. Chi: Carl.siM'i Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson wen to KaiKiwha Apr. 'J'J to attend Hi. wedding reception !-,<i' a nitt< DC roilis Faust and her lm.'.b:ni'i Ham He Fur who were murr. • ivivn.l 1 . ar.d Mrs. Howard Lowinan, Ai- pona; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klatt. r.'.'.rl Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischil- ks, Fen'.on; Mrs. Katie Schroeder and Art. Algona; Mrs. Marie Sen melinp, Craig and Dean, Whitte- iTHire; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer and family, Lake Crystal. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bornharcl and family were Easter visitors <it the Philip Bernhard home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends visited Mrs. Lizzie Behrends at the Orr.ie Behrends home. Easter guests of the Lawrence Ncwbrough family were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Jerry Ncwbrough and Mr. and Mrs. Lavcrne Smith and Kevin, Swca City. At the Ben Schmidt home for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Newbrough and family; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blanchard anc' family from Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh and family from Algona; and Mr. and Mrs Dflnnis Schmidt. Afternoon visitor were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hut chinson and sons, Mr. and Mrs Henry Scheppmann from Algona; Mr. md Mrs. Fred Schmidt and Mrs. Edwin Gade, Whittemore. Mrs. Ruth Krueger visited Wed-1 nesday at the Dehnar Angus | home, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow ami Deanne, Georgia Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus of Burl visited at the Bud Marlow home Sunduy and helped him celebrate hi.s birthday. Mrs. Mai'lyn Bailsman, Wilton, Jet., Shirley Jeanne Arns of Love- laml, Colo, and Mrs. Jim Marlow \ isitcd Mrs. Muriel Long and Dubra Kay at the Jerry Wibben home Saturday evening. WedlYears, Summer School (Air-Conditioned) Buena Vista College Storm Lake, Iowa Two Terms. June 1 1 — July I 1 July 16 - August 18 Registration Dcttos: First Term -• June 4-9 Second Term — July 9-14 Earn six semester hours' crorlit each term in nir conditioned comfort. Fifty-four courses offered in business administration, economics, education, Encil'-'i, geography, government, history, mathematics, mu^k, physical education, religion, science, sociology, a id spoach. Dining hall open both session;. For additional inforrntirion c.nd or a summer sessicn bulletin, contact: Dean W. D. Wesselink Director of Summer Session turf Couple Silver Coffee Of Historical Society, May 6 Tho genera! public, whether members or not, is invited to at- end the annual meeting and program of the Kossulh County Ilis- orical Society, to be held Sunday, Way G, at 3 p.m. at the High School Annex here. This will be a silver coffee, honoring the pioneer forefathers, and a program will follow. Election of officers for the coming year will also take place. Kirk Fox, editor emeritus of Successful Farming will be the guest speaker, and visiting and renewal of old acquaintances will be one of the major parts of the afternoon. No tickets are required, although those desiring to become members will be most welcome. The Kbssuth County Rural Women's Chorus will sing as part of the program, and a report of activities for the past year will be given by Chester Schoby, president. Harry Ward of Algona is association secrv'ary. Everett Hanna of Lone Lock is vice president, and each town in the county has a local chairman. They include Mary Oosterreich- er, Titonka; Chris Gelhaus, Ledyard; Frank Rycrson, Burt; Florence Reynolds, Titonka; Mrs. Fred Plumb, Mrs. Lawrence Ncw- brough, and A. L. Cotton, Lone Hock; Hay McWhortcr, Burt; Don Murray and Mrs. C. C. Inman, Bancroft; Lucille Ley, Lakola. Claud Seeley, Mrs. Elmer Cook, IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT FARM SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET, ALGONA HAS BEEN APPOINTED AS AREA DISTRIBUTOR FOR P PRODUCTS FOR TANK WAGON SERVICE CALL CY 4-4621 or CY 4-4947 ALGONA In Buick Le Sabre! Get the agile handling of exclusive Advanced Thrust (engine moved forward for easier steering, flatter cornering, a flatter front floor), jerk-free automatic Turbine Drive, aluminum front brakes (the safest!)-all at no extra cost only in Buick. And now fast-selling Buick Le Sabre costs less than many "low- priced" cars! Get value. Get Le Sabre. See your Buick Dealer! By Mrs. Jim Marlow Mr anJ Mrs. Roger Radii! ai.il son ut'iv Easter* guests at the home of her parents, Mr. am 1 Mrs. Karl Bowman at Algona Also there were Mr. and Mrs. Ear Bowman Jr. and family of Doiljj. CVnter, Minn. Mrs Dave Lynch visited Tn day at the home of Mrs. Hi, ; Krut-'j-vr Ea.,lrr dinner guests at Ihe I). ! Schroedcr hume' were Mrs. F.amn Hurlburt, Kuchael and Mary; Mr and Mrs. Henry Schroeder; Mi'. liiiri Mr and Mrs. Hud) Saathott' urn 1 honored recently at an open house in observance ol their 50th weddmi} anniversary. More than 1^5 friends and relatives called to congratulate the Saathofls, were regiotered by Mrs •M Boelki-s of Titonka. Dawn Do gotch and Audrey Boelkes had charge of gifts. Mrs. Bill Broesder poured Gertrude Tjaden and Rudolph Suathoff were married at Prairie Du Chien, Wise , Apr. 10, 1!)12 They set up housekeeping at Bel j mond, where they resided for seven years, coming to Kossuth county. They farmed in the Good Hope and Burt communiiies until they retired and moved to Burt in December, 1SMH. They are parents of two daughters, Ellui, Mi's. John Beach, El- aia, la ; Benucu, Mrs. Leu is Dogotch, Emmetsburg, and Lloyd at home. There are 3 grandchildren. tUDM Engraving) BUICK USABRE IS THE Sea Itie CM [ihibil al Itie 1%? Sealtk- (Vuilo , d.i «., -?; n.i:.,tir. Tops :n TV ' MI.)4 a:..i n '. IJlU.ltfl.t 1C. >".• I-'. b ,i. k '-'I SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillips, Algona, Iowa .... ...n .im. Bfr nhdtonl tig valuttl Set your Bu/clc Dso/tr fof Double W Check Used Carjl i •

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