Lorry Welcott Of Algeria To Wed Dec, 29 w« n , Phili P Johns °n Hess of Baltimore, Maryland have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jane Hess, to Larry Dean Wolcott. Miss Hess is a graduate of Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va. and the Medical College of Virginia. Mary Jane is presently employed as a radiois- tope technologist at Johns Hopkins hospital. Larry graduated from Algona high in 1951 and from the State University of Iowa in 1955. In August 1956 he was commissioned Ensign in the U.S. Navy and served three years active duty in the Pacific and in Washington, DC. Two years ago, Larry joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore Branch as a supervisory trainee. Recently he was promoted to manager of the personnel department. The wedding will take place at Central Presbyterian church, Towson, Maryland Dec. 29. Mary Jane and Larry plan to live in Baltimore, Maryland. (UDM Engraving) 99 YEARS Mrs Mary C. Graves, Rolfe's oldest resident, and possibly Pocahontas County's oldest resident returned home recently by jet from a summer vacation which she spent in Ohio. She made the trip by herself. Ex-Bancroffers Sell Cafe In Estherville llnncrofl — Mr and Mrs Mclvon Gangstead, formerly of Bancroft now living in Estherville, have sold their restaurant there. The new owners took possession Friday. The Gangsteads will continue to live in Estherville for the time being. Thomas McGuire, who has been stationed with the Navy in Rhode Island, is home on a three week urlough with his parents, the Charles McGuires. He will then go to Cuba. , Mr and Mrs Jerry Rowlet are he parents of a daughter born >ept. 30 at Holy Family hospital Sstherville. .John McGuire is on a vacation h the west. He will visit friends here. Nick Doocy fractured his ankle •vhile working on a car in his work hop. The jack slipped from under he car and the car fell on his nkle. A farewell party in honor of Denny Menke was held Thursday at the recreation parlor. Dennis Menke, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Menke, left Friday. He has enlisted in the service. Mrs Ralph Menke has spent this week in Minneapolis where she visited her mother and other relatives. Tuesday, Qefeb&f 9, t$6$ Algona (lo.) Upper G« Motnw-3 MERRY WIDOW", Fernando Lamas and Una Merkel. Wednesday, Nov. 21 — "The GREAT WALTZ", Louise Rainer and Fernand Gravel. Wednesday, Nov. 20— "SWEETHEARTS", Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. All the above features will be shown one performance only starting at 8:15 p.m. SAFE DRIVING Swea City's rural mail carriers received safe driving awards. Dick Berg was cited for 31 years of accident-free driving and Earl Berg received a 13 year safe driving award. STAPLING MACHINES and staples. Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Meet our 'corner / teller" Operetta Series On Screen Here Starting Oct. 24 The Algona theatre will present six Musical parade of Past Classics for the entire family. The following schedule of Musical features will be presented on the following Wednesdays for one day only. Wednesday, Oct. 24 — "CHOCOLATE SOLDIER", Rise Stevens and Nelson Eddv. Wednesday, Oct. 31 — "THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST", Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. Wednesday, Nov. 7 — "ROSE MARIE", Ann Blyth and Howard Keel. Wednesday, Nov. 14 — "The We have at least one in every neighborhood. Many of our savers keep him busy handling saving additions and withdrawals—and our borrowers hand him the monthly mortgage payment. It's all done quickly and efficiently through our Save-by-Mail Plan, and we supply the self-addressed envelopes and pay the postage both ways ! 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ED' Thurs., 6:30 p.m., Ch. 3 I FOLLOW THIS 10-POINT FIRE SAFETY-CHECK LIST: • BE CAREFUL WHEN SMOKING. • TAKE CARE WITH FLAMMABLES. • KEEP MATCHES FROM CHILDREN. • CHECK ON HEATING EQUIPMENT. • CHECK ON COOKING EQUIPMENT. • CHECK ON CONDITION OF ROOF. • CLEAR OUT 'JUNK' & RUBBISH. • CHECK ELECTRICAL WIRING. • CHECK ELECTRICAL CORDS. • USE CORRECT FUSE SIZES. 'jmm ii i 1 *' YOU COUL BE DON'T A PLACE GIVE FIRE TO STAHTS s «„ ,• careful with flame in any form. ° f *'* Saluting Our '•'•'••-'• ^^.v --v.v.v.-.- v.-.v v . .v.v.vXvjK-XvXvXvX X-X-X-X-I-X-X-X^X-X-X-X-V-y•:•:•&•£ &&• FIRE PREVENTION ** © *• * THE CITY OF ALGONA proudly . . . SALUTES ITS VOLUNTEER FIREMEN DURING FIRE PREVENTION WEEK - OCT. 7-13! Ira Kohl, Fire Chief; Ralph Elbert, assistant chief; Chester Webb, 1st assistant chief; Chester Willey, 2nd assistant chief; Harry Barton, Stanley Muckey, Cyril Venteicher, Robert Laing, Henry Geilenfeld, Don Sherman, Rex Voyles, Don Meyer, Don Peterson, Jim Utt, Charles Benson, John Levy, Warren Brokaw and Jim Romer. .. „ To Report A Fire PHONE GY 4-2434! There is taxation upon dii DON'T WAIT TO CALL YOUR FIRE DEPARTMENT! no charge for Fire calls as this is paid by .So tell your firo ck'pai rment immediately icovery of a fire Don i Delay !
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