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. ~«Biii' . • AROUND ALGONA St. Cccplin's Court of C. f). of A. Will have their last mooting of thn season Thursday, a 7 p.m. turkey dinner nt the Academy hall. Mary Jane Haverly and Loretta Nnu- nolz are program chairmen and Patricia Gilbrido and Betty Miller, chairman of (ho eommiticn consisting of Lorotta Arndorfer. Dolores Rode, Beverly Btischer Viola Crowloy, JoAnne Dnnev Catherine Fisch, Elizabe'h Grlf Mathilda Rcanlon, Cecelin .Sitr- mons, Lorino Thilges, Mathilda Walclschmidt, Gail Bonder, Lenora Hillz, Lenore Kinsey, C"rrinne Laing, Delores Marking and Margaret Reese. —o— Vacation nihle. School is in progress at the Methodist church. Teachers are Mrs Leo Steven, Mrs Jerry Anderson, Ann Seger, Vieki Steil, Marlene Henderson, Jirly Thompson, Mrs Paul Gugelcr. Mrs C. R. Schoby, Rhonda Brandow, Mrs George Harris, Mrs Roger Palmer, Anne Smith, Mrs Roy Burris. Mrs L. L. Riter, Mrs Cecil Will, Pam Kees, Mrs John Schuf- ter, Mrs Bob Sigsbce, Mrs Karl Cooper, Mrs Marjorie Apple. Barbara Bartlett, Mrs Wes Bnrtlett. Mrs Roy Hut/ell, Mrs John Hayes! Mrs Frank Moulton and Mrs Newton Coughenour. —o— A miscellaneous bridal shower for Evelyn James will be held Friday evening at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses are Mrs L. \V. Gillespie, Mrs Don Chiquet, Mrs Karl Kiilsholm, Mrs Leon Martin, Mrs Clifford Etherington, Mrs W. J. Finn, Mrs Dick Meyer, Mrs A. E. Kresensky, Mrs Joseph Skow, Mrs Edna Mitchell and Mrs Don Hungate. Miss James, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul James will be married June 1!) to Munio Howard Makuuchi. —o— Anne Smith told of her experiences while working in a settlement house in Chicago Heights last summer at the general lunch- con of the Methodist WSCS Thursday. Mrs Jerry Anderson gave devotions and the serving committee was circle number 1, Mrs Leonard Gregg and Mrs Arnold Hill, co-chairmen, and circle number 2. Mrs Robert Diekmann and Mrs Clifford Skogstrom. Mrs Vaughn Rising played the organ in the sanctuary preceding the luncheon. —o— A bridal shower was held Monday night at the Presbyterian church for Connie Hall, daughter' of Mr and Mrs Gordon Hall. Hostesses were Mrs Fred Pannkuk, Mrs W. J. Finn, Mrs Wesley Hardy, Mrs Lyle Mathes, Mrs A. D. Crawford and Mrs Merlon Baker. Mrs Kit-hard Mawdsloy. Mrs Richard Burt and Mrs A. D. Crawford presented a musical skit. Miss Hall's wedding to Bob Wycoff will take place July 9 here. —n— Dr. and Mrs C. C. Sliierk and Randall returned Saturday from a week's trip to Laurel, Md., a suburb of Washington, D. C., where (hey visited the Cameron Shierks. Their daughter, Delthoa. accompanied them and will re main there for the summer. The Shierks also visited their daughter, Ruth, Mrs Anthony DiVenera and family, at Schiller Park, 111. and Mrs Shierk's mother at Kenosha, Wis. —o— Pain Waller, daughter (>f Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller, arrived home last week from State Uni versity of Iowa for a brief visit and left Saturday to accompany two schoolmates to Seattle, Wash, to visit the World's Fair. Denny Waller, who completed his freshman year at S.U.I., is home for the summer and is employed at th" Algona Upper DCS Moines. —n— Four members of the Algona Industrial Corporation left Monday for Chicago on a business trip in the interest of Alguna industries Making the trip were Harry Grecnberg, corporation president Jack Limbaugh, vice president. Pat Montag, chairman of the m>\« industries committee, and Bill Steele, corporation secretary. The-. plan to return Wednesday. Hryi-i- Sampson, son of Mr am- Mrs Tom Sampson, was Ci June and honorce at a birthday party Bryce and Tom Kingsdc.if T<i:n Ka'in, Clinton Young and Bruce Sampson went fishing at the Burl dam and then were joined by Kris ty and Rene Young and Mama Jeff and Marlie Sampson for n- freshments at the Sampson home —o— Ituth Circle of Hit- I»i-ssbyteri»n church is meeting (his t-vt-ninp (Tuesday) at the home of Mr; Leon Martin. Mrs Stanley Soreit sen and Mrs Lament Wcllendorf are co-hostesses. Mrs Myron Brower will give the program an- 1 Mrs Mariin, devotions. —o— Hex Voyk-s and two sons anil Richard Burt and two sons went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend a baseball game. Mrs Joe TscheUer and sons Olen and Ron are vacationing in New York state. , i. -' .*,» - ' Norman Christian. Mr or.A Mrs Jim St. John and Mrs Vernell Hardgrove of thn local Gamble Store and Mr and Mrs Louis Schafer of West Bend attended a toy fair at Fremont, Neb. Hun- day. —o— The retail bureau of the Al«ona Chamber of Commerce will I,K»; Thursday morning at 9:15 at .he- Algona Hotel. The salesmen'!; j bureau will hnvc a breakfast mec. 1 - j ing Saturday at ;i:ir> nt Vim's A religious siiminer selionl is being held this week at SI. Cec-e- lia's Catholic church for high /school students of the parish who are not students at Garriga.t. TV school meets mornings at H:-15 jiiif 1 . lasts through June 15. —o— Mr and Airs Ernie Hutchison and Don are leaving Sunday fo; Missouri, Phoenix, Ariz, and Loy Angeles and then go to Oregon for salmon fishing. They will visit Yellowstone park on the return trip. —o— Eight Specs card cliih met Wednesday evening with Mrs Harold Hobson. Mrs Nellie Harvey of Manchester and Mrs Goldie GU- derian were guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Milton Dahl, Mrs Guderian and Mrs Beecher Lane. Mr and Mrs II. M. Honshrucli spent the weekend at Minneapolis on a business trip. They also attended the White Sox-Twins baseball game. —o— Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Jean Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jarnes E Kelley, and Sherri Kathryn. dau ghter of Mr and Mrs Henry Seller. —o— Pat Cowan, daughter of Mr ami Mrs Kenneth Cowan, has arrived home from her sophomore year at State. College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, and is employed for the summer at the swimming pool. Bill Sigsbec completed his freshman year at the State University of Iowa and is spending tho summer here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee. He is cm- ployed at Penney's store. —o— Larry Klein, son of Mr and Mrs- Dvvayne Klein, arrived home last week from State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. His summer plans include being a counsellor at a boy's camp. Mariner's club of the Presbyterian church will have a breakfast Sunday morning at the church. The committee in charge is Mr and Mrs Mariin Mcelhausc and Mr and Mrs George Cook. —o—• Mrs George \\olf and Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour are representing the local Methodist church at North Iowa Conference, at Cornell College, Mount Vcrnon. June 10-15. —o— .Mr and Mrs George Cook and family left last week on a two week trip to the west coast. Thes planned to visit Mrs Cook's mother at San Francisco, Calif. Donald llungale received aduH baptism at the worship service at the Presbyterian church Sun day. —o— Mr and Mrs Hichard Hurt hail as their guest last week, die former's mother, Mrs Ncal Bur'. Cedar Rapids. —o—. Mr and Mrs Don Potter am 1 family of .NVvuda were Sunda) guests at the parental Dr anc Mrs A. J. F.ason.s and Dr. anil Mr- L. U. Potters. "Sirs Don I'rii-skoni and Mark are spending a iiwnth in C.-dit'ernia visiting relatives in the Sun D,ee,n i.rua. A Long Life may it:) 1 h • goo i enough, but a (Viod life i.-> lo.i^ enough -- Benjamin Fr.ir.kl:'.!. KRAFT Dinner and full of cheese flavor Count on Kraft Dinner for tender macaroni that's full of golden cheese goodness. Have it on hand for speedy school lunches and hurry-up suppers. It's good eating any time I 33! 5< • «•«• Poppy Sale At Titonkd Nets Total Of $104 Tilntilci — FA'gion Auxiliary me 1 ol tlio home of Mrs Sadie Detiton for Iho .June mci.'ting. H.ixlps.scs \'.-sre Mrs Wm. S|)"iclier and Mr- Pete IIyine'5. Anmimefmcnt -.> i- inacls at lliis i-.iei'imfi (iial dvcr ilO'l poppies vvuv snl-| M-Miori.d I').--;;, \\iJi n CM.*!-! i-otiii-ii of SI01 V,. .Inintn an.I H.fibi:i Hill, siml' sons of Dr. ;ind Mrs .J. K. I'ill had their tonsils removed Ins 1 weo!< ul Iliim-.iek Couulv liospi!.:! Unit. Mr and Mrs Them.-):-, Your,r;. Mr find Mrs tidy llansen. f;or loi Hansen, Wanda and ThoiTiasa HII 1- Kon svt'i-f; poople !r >m h^f: vsi.; ntlcndc.:! tho unruml Il.n, ,en f-iir, ily feiiniuti held ai Hulf.tlo (V;i- Ur. Ronald Nelson, Los Angles Cal.. ha:-; been a vi.sii"r fer several days in tho parental Millet N'clson home. Mr ynd Mrs Frn-in F,dr-n ;'P.-' Kathleen, Mrs Minnie Oestcrrn- c-her, Mrs Camilla Cooper. \\r --me Mrs Hobert Rneltplmnn and M-and Mrs .lerry Wubbi-n nt!end"d the wedding of \Vamla A'b-rtiM ii daiightfT of Rev. and Mrs .1. T.. Albertson. to Daryl Vvajno Pcds of Hudson, held in the Klein.n • Methorlist church Sunday cv;;nin£. June 3. The young c-uiiple are students of Morningsida College and plan to continue their studies and prepare for the ministry. Kev. Albertson was a former minister in Titonka Methodist chun-h. Recent visitors at the heme of the Frank Fishers were their son. the Russel Fishers of Beatrice. Neb. They were here fur throe days. Titonka Woman's club has nev.- officers elected for the criming two years. They are: president, if.T/,", Budlong: vice (.i-esideut. \!rs vV;r>. Sc-hram, .s;>erei;.ry, .\;rs B;:;mo Schuller. and treii.surer, Mr.s Homer Downs. Good Hone T.u'.heran Ladies Md met at the church Wednesday. Sunday and Monday "Rome Advenfure" At The Algona Theatre Tr'-najjp :il,«! Troy Donahue, portn.yini; a young Ainorican architect s(!!,!yi".:; hi H-iinc. is cjiiiL'lit helwcrn old Hume Angic Dickinson and M"« iirrivnl Sn/iiniif Plcshette in Uiis -.ccnc from "Homo Adventure," (!;c \V»ni«r I?rns. rom;intic drainii opening Sunday at the Algona T'lrai.rp. Knssnno Ilrn//i is also starred in the Deliner Daves TeeU- i:ic<i!<i:- pro(!urti«il. Supper was served ,-iffrr the pro.'i..in |o members and the nublic. II ..:(es-,es wire Mrs Kd Sleeker. Virs Kenneth Bram'l. Mrs Helen ga nnd Mrs fi.irdon Swan. Wednesday visitors in the Tony .lanrll home were Edward Collinson and wife, Arco, Minn, and Mrs Bertha Bilsborough. Algona. Mr and Mrs Henry Zrickrick, Long Valley, So. Dakota, Mrs Viola Kempion, Maywood, Cal. and Mrs Cora Ui.d of South Gate, Cal. are visiting in li.e Victor Fitch. Dv.ight flusc. George Hix. Arthur Mix ami Timer Harms homes. Mrs Glen Coll'iison, (Jrnvilif. Calif., \isited n\-er the weekend in (he Tony Jandl home. Mrs Collinson and Mrs Jandl visited Mrs Eslella Vipond, Mrs Leila Phral, Andy Felhauer and Mrs Bertha Bilsborough, Algona, and Mrs Ktn Holdren, Burt, Friday. Mr and Mrs Lavcrne Leiningcr ind Cindy of Boone were Tues- ''i ; -y Umc'heon guests in the Jay Ste'-en home. Mr and Mrs Jay Steven helped their d a u g h"t e r Mrs John Opheim and children, Dawn and Johnny move ot Burt. They moved into the house once occupied by Mrs Bertha Mansmith. Susan Becker is spending the \u-ek with (he Frank Beckers while her parents arc spending some nme in Canada fishing. Steven is at the Koscoe Mawdsley Jr. home. A group of ladies went to Lone I!ock to hear Nelba Ketlleson, missionary, speak at the Presbyterian church. Mrs Nettie Felkey of Armstrong was a dinner guest in the Tony Jandl home Friday. Wednesday evening guests in fh" Vi< tor Fitch home were Mr am! Mrs George Hix, Mrs Viola Kemp"on. Mrs Cora Dial, both from California. Mr and Mrs Henry Zriekrick of Long Valley, South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen nnd family, Carl Danielsen, Barbara Lau, Terri Hausonicr, and Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch, Harlan and Beverly, all of Algona. This was a going away party for Larry Danielsen who is leaving for college the first of the week. "Her keen - eyed glances swept the room. Oh, would that I had done (he same — Literally, with mop and broom, a little while before she. came." Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Herman Schumacher of Sioux Falls. So. Dak., arrived here Friday to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher. Monday, Mrs. Schumacher accompanied her son to Lake Andes, So. Dak., where they visited for several days at the home of the latter's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sobers, September Sue and Stevan of Albert Lea, Minn., arrived Friday to spend the weekend at the homes of Edward Maahs and Arthur Heidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Butzkc and family are enjoying a two week vacation. They "loft last Monday for northern Minnesota and to varous parts of Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potratz and family left last Tuesday for Seattle, Wash, to attend the Worlds Fair, and will also visit with relatives in the west. They plan to be gone three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and Lyle left Saturday for a week's fishing near Bemidji, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siems of Whittemore, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs of Emmetsburg, left June 2 for Minnesota for two week's outing and fishing. Beverly Zumach spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. Tuesday, June 12, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper De» Moine«-3 and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, en- route to Peoria, III. where she has accepted a position. Rev. Armand F.lberl of Sioux City spent several days here with his mother Mrs Andrew S. F.lbert. liev. Henry Nurre, (i.SB of Benet Lake, Wise, called at the Leo Nurre home Tuesday evening. Barbara Groinorl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwiti Groinert. Linda Meyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. William Meyer Ji . and Nancy Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, attended the LMIh annual Walilior League ('(invention at Lake Okoboji l;ed week. Mr. and Mis Maurice IMC kholrn look then 1 daughter Patricia to Des Moines where '.hi 1 entered the Iowa School of Beauty Cullurc Monday. Mr and Mrs. Kugcre Maahs and family of DCS Mnmes arrived Friday e\eninj; In hring their children to the grandp.-ireiv's home. Mr. and Mrs Louis Grem- ert, where they sla\ed while Mr. and Mrs. Maahs attended a inn vent ion at Bloomington. III Wednesday supper guests at (IIP home of Mrs Andrew S Klherl were Mr nnd Mrs N'nrvin F.lbcrt and family r,f Grafttm. No. Dak., Hev Arman-l l-'llvrl of Sioux City, Mr and Mi-< Dean I-'.lbert and f.ip.nl>. Mr and Mrs Charles Fl- berl an-l :-»n Jeffrey and Mr. and Mi-- Melv in l.ihei i and family. Mr and Mr*--, Han-ive Ren'esnn •nt l he we-k'-n-l with their M ^lite Mrs Q \V. . Ku hard C..i:ipne\ of Algon- Mr and Mr; G;;!iiN licit and Wilnia were gu" Is at the home of Mr and Mr- !•': :uik Burke and at Ihe 'loir,, ,,f Mr and Mrs. Ft .ink Sp;i|i s ASM i I ,l( :. \|{ V Mr- F,(! lie !,. r,\ t ';-.e-s if Ren- wi( k rcic.il.;, t 'iii.|>|e|.-.| "n years a- a p'.iiM a-id iru in ins; nielor. She \v a> li :M>; <••' ,ii ,m np"n hni:--e \> Ins ii i :. In led a .||sj,lav . f Mi:nr i i her ! ;r , c.|-'.!,-m and piano lv>, k STAPLING MACHINES" and staples. Popular models. Uppor DCS Moines Pub. Co., Algonn. Sunny Styles! Happy Hues! Flattery For You! Day in, day out, you'll bloom in our fashions all summer long. 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