Judy Marlow Is Honored With Shower, Burf Hurt — Judy Marlow was honored at a miscellaneous pre-nuptial shower at the Methodist church Wednesday evening. The guests present were registered by Mary Lou Marlow. Mrs Bernard Meister was emcee of a short program that included a reading by Helen Harms, two vocal numbers by Mrs Jean Marlow, accompanied by Mrs Bob Marlow, and a humorous skit "Hot Biscuits", by Mary McGuire and Iluth Harms. The honored guests was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister Linda, Diane Markla, Denne Marlow and Joyce Gifford. Mrs Elmer Phillips poured. Hostesses were the Mesdames Jay Stevens, Ethel Smith, Vivian Dutton, Henry Smith, Fred Davis Wilfred Woltz, Pat McGuire, Merwyn Bahling, Jesse Harms, Ella Stenzel, Merwyn Cunningham, E. J. Cherland, Leonard Dittmer, George Koestler, Helen Johnson, John Kissner, Floyd Bacon, Bernard Miester, Al Hinckley, Earl Shipler, Walter Steward, Cliff Abbas, Marie Dreyer, Don Weber, Dale Dundas, Ed Smith Sr., Jack Tieman and Geneva Rusher. Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow, Burt, will become the bride of Duane Eckels at the Christian Reformed church, Woden, Friday evening, Aug. 10. Open House Mrs Lottie Isenberger will be honored on her 80th birthday by friends who are holding open house in her home from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10. Honor Mothers A tea honoring two Gold Star mothers, Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs Wm. Batt, will be held by members of the V.F.W. Auxiliary at the V.F.W. hall at 2 p.m Tuesday, Aug. 10. The public is invited to attend. Family Gathering Mr and Mrs Walter Steward had all their children home for the weekend. This is the first time the family has all been home at the same time for many years. Helping their parents observe, their birthday anniversaries were Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and family, Perry Steward, Hazel Crest, 111., Karen Steward, Chicago, Mr and Mrs Lester Steward and four children, Phoenix, Ariz., Mr and Mrs Eugene Steward and David, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Roger Steward, Dannelle, la., Mr and Mrs Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Cliff Abbas and Judy and Janice Burt. Lester and family remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Russell Chipman and family, Montgomery, Ala., are visiting at the parental C. B. Chipman home. Of interest to Burt residents was the marriage of Perry 0. Hansen III and Susan Ruth Easton, at the College Chapel, Dearfield, Mass. Perry is the son of Rev. and Mrs Perry Hansen II, who served the Methodist church 1943-44. Attending Presbyterian camp a Lehigh for 10 days are Valarie Holding, Patty Shierbon, Kathy Patterson, Sandra Ortman, and Linda and Janet Becker.' Mr and Mrs Larry Kauffmann family. Omaha, Neb., visited her parents, the Wilfred Woltzes, over the weekend. Other guests at the Woltz home Sunday were Mr ant Mrs E. R Woltz, Mr and Mrs Richard Simpson and family, Wes ley and Judy. Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt are enjoying a two week vacation. Mrs Nettie Fisher and Nora Garner, attended a Fisher family reunion held at Lost Island Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bill Holmseth, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Jim St. John, Algona, enjoyed a week's vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo. The Holmseths' daughters stayed with their grandparents in Minnesota. St. John's Ladies Aid will meet at the church for a pot luck picnic Thursday, Aug. 9 with the children of members as special guests. Mrs Duane Blobaum of the Lutheran Home Finding Society, Fort Dodge, will be the guest speaker. Walter Steward is a patient at University Hospital, Iowa City, having undergone surgery Friday, Aug. 3. Because of the Kossuth County Fair, members of the Beulah circle, Methodist chturch, will meet one week earlier, Aug. 8, at the home of Lorraine Campney. Lawrence Miller, who with his family visited at the parental J, L. Miller and E. P. Fredrickson homes, returned to his home at Runnemeade, New Jersey. His wife and family remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Melvin Johnson have returned home after a two week vacation in Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Shivers and family, Denver, are visiting al the parental Martin Griese home. Mrs Shivers is the former Harriet Griese. Mrs Leonard Drager, Algona, Irene Drager, Spencer, were Thursday evening guests at the L. H. Riedel home. Miss Drager is enjoying a week's vacation at her home. The Friendly Birthday club met at the home of Edna Riedel Thursday. All members and a guest, Mrs Wm. Scheer, were present to enjoy an afternoon of court whist. Mr and Mrs Harold Wentworth and family, Ledyard, and Mr and Mrs Will Schaeller, Ringsted, were Tuesday evening guests at the Delbert Schaeller home, helping Mrs Schaeller observe her birthday. Mr and Mrs C. B. Chipman and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Chipman attended a family picnic at Ames Sunday. Judy Hinckley spent Thursday afternoon with Dee Wiemer at Ledyard. Jandl Family Holds Picnic At Portland Portland — A Jandl family picnic was held Sunday at Tuttle Lake. Those attending from here were Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl and Eugene, Titonka, Mr and Mrs ^ WIFE STILL WORKING? _Jr Pay ahead on your home I o a n___ /"'/!£-= In many families, extra funds come frpm a wife who's working. And many families are putting these funds to advantage by paying ahead on their home loan. By paying ahead on your loan here, the total interest is less . . . you own sooner, build equity faster. Prepaying without penalty is only one of the many fine features of our perspnaliied home loan. Get full details today. CUIUIENI EAUN1NGS 4% COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUAl-LY HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS^ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 :•: MAKING Y@UB TOWN A BiTTfR TOWN IN WHICH TO LIVE fyj IN THROUGH SAVINGS ANR HQMi K-; Clarence Biers and family, San- croft, Mennet truhkhill and family, Burt, Mr and Mrs Hanford Brock and family, Woden, Mr and Mrs Clifford Curtis and baby, Lakota, Janice Dreyer and Lann Cunningham, Burt, and Letha Wittkopf, Algona. Mr and Mrs Donald Steven and family of South Bend, Indiana, left last week after visiting in the home of his parents, the Jay Stevens, for about a week and a half. Other visitors the past week in the Steven home were a niece, Mrs Jim Haines of California, Mrs Dick Dudding of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Gene Ruling of Britt. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Steven and Mark of Rockford, 111. arrived Monday and left Thursday for Arizona, where they plan to make their home. Mr and Mrs Johnny H. Harms. Debbie and Dixie were Sunday evening visitors in the Harold Peters home, Algona. Debbie and Dixie Harms have been sick with the flu. Leonard Streck of Des Moines was a caller in the Bernard Meister home last week. Mr and Mrs Bernard Meister went to State Center for the Junior Legion baseball tournament. Their son Dennis catches for the Bancroft team. A Cox family gathering was held at the Bernard Meister home Sunday. . It was also a celebration of the birthdays of several members of the family. Those attending were Mr and Mrs R. V. Cox of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Dean Cox and family of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Cecil Cox and family of Templeton. It was in honor of Mrs Meister's birthday, her fa- .her, R. V. Cox and two brothers, Dean and Cecil, whose birthdays are all in July and early August. Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and : amily of New Hampton and Mrs Bernadine Opheim and family of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the jay Steven home. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family were afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs Allen Hahn and Teresa, Letts, have been visiting in the home of the Stanley Ruses. Circle C of the Burt Presbyterian church met Wednesday in the home of Mrs Victor Fitch. Mrs Roland Chafee had devotions and Mrs Wm. Boettcher was in charge of Bible study, substituting for Mrs J. G. Clapsaddle, who was. unable to attend. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch were Monday evening visitors in the Ray Pitch home. Richard Samuelson of Arvada. Colo, arrived here Thursday and will visit his grandmother, Mr? Elizabeth Kennedy, until time to return home for school. "When you have a fight with your conscience and get licked, you win." ST. JOE By Mrs. Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Roney Thilges from Tracy, Minn, and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Albert Thilges and daughter from Slayton, Minn., visited relatives here from Wednesday till Friday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Patton from Hartley were weekend visitors here with Mr and Mrs Clarence Smith and family. Mr and Mrs John Thul were visitors Wednesday at the Jake Becker home near Bancroft. Mrs Becker's mother, Mrs Kate Phillips from Owatonna, sister of Mrs Thul, is convalescing pfter recent surgery in Rochester, Minn. Mrs Bob Bormann entertained her 500 club with Mrs Vernon Berte as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Cletus Salz, Mrs Maurice Reding and Mrs Vernon Berte Mrs Reinald Salz entertains the club Aug. 23. Margaret Reidmiller is on a several week vacation trip to California with her sister and a niece from Spencer. Mr and Mrs Frank Reding left Tuesday on a 2-week trip through western states and the Worlds Fair at Seattle. The Knights of Columbus soft- h.'ill team defeated the Livermorc Legion team 18 to H Monday at I he Livermore Legion celebration. The losers treated the winners to a party in the Legion hall in Liver- mnre Thursday evening. Barbara and David Burns, children of Mr and Mrs Willard Burns of Council Bluffs, are visiting their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Mertz and other relatives and friends. Mrs Nick Schnoberger from Apache, Okla. and Mrs Lonnie Simmons from Elgin, Okla. are visiting in the home of Mr and Mrs Alvin Erpelding and family. Mr and Mrs t'lem Meyerhofer and family from Stacyville spent Monday in the home of Mr and Mrs John Frielinger and Alfred. A Frielinger family gathering was held with Mr and Mrs Irvin Kenne and family, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Walter Frielinger and family from here all attending. Mr and Mrs E. J. Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Albin Kayser are spending this week at Lake of the Woods, northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Art Illg accompanied Rev. Frank Illg, Pearl Namer and Donna Tille, all of Ogden, and Lois Hurd Perry to Dubuque and also visited with Illg relatives at Springbrook and Bellvue from Saturday till Thursday. TUESDAY, AUGUSf 7, 1962 Algeria (la.) Upper D« Moln«-S IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT 11 What will his problems be when he takes over? At the rate things seem to be (hanging, you might not want to guess. But what were the problems of the farmer 20 years ago . . . and what are they today? Mavbe there's a clue to what they'll be when this youngster grows up. Actually, of course, many farm problems don't change much. Twenty years from now the successful farmer will still be the one who produces efficiently and keeps his costs down... while he gets the most from his acres and a fair price for his produce. ' Then, as now and 20 years ago, his cooperatives will help him with many of his problems.;. by providing supplies at lowest possible cost ;.. by helping him improve the quality of his produce and by marketing efficiently. Those of us who have benefited through cooperatives founded by others, should make sure they continue strong ... to benefit our sons and daughters who will need them as much as we do, © IJ53, Co-op Adv. Council ' NO. 17 OF A SERIES - PRESENTED BY IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR . . . . E. F. Immerfall, Mgr, TITONKA CO.QP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode .... E. N. Ellingson, Mgr, LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. HQBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR, Algpna , , . Ray Reid, Mgr. WHITTEMQRE CO-OP ELEVATOR . , . , Larry Twedt, Mgr, FARMERS ELEVATOR CO, Sweet City Russell Parker, Mgr, LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WIST BEND ELEVATOR CO R. W. Jwrgens, Mgr. CQ*OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO,, Ringed. Kenneth Patterson, Mgr. BURT CO.QP ELEVATOR J. L, Miller, Mgr, LuVERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR Eldon Guess, Mgr. FENTON CO-QP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. WELCOME TO SHEAKLEYS Your unusually fine new store is another step forward in making Algona a better town to shop in. CONGRATULATIONS AND WELCOME ABOARD TO SHEAKLEYS OUR COMPLIMENTS on your BEAUTIFUL NEW STORE We Wish You Every Success In The Future. Your Faifh In Algona Commands Our Respect. We Are Happy To Have Been Able To Furnish And Install Your Electrical Installations. Pratt Electric Construction Co. HELLO SHEAKLEYS Welcome To ALGONA BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "Algeria's Leading Appliance Dealer" "Home of Westinghouse and Frigidaire" "Always Boosting Algona"
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