\-Mgono DM Molnw TTiundoy, Sept. 19, 195? Lakofa School Faculty Guests At Reception Lakofa — Tuesday ovr-ning Sf'l't. lOlh, nil .,( ,'K,nl t, f.fh'-;?. ciistudi.'jns nrvl <"«;k- of the local school, find tbfir ft.mili'-? \V(>r« honored n) a n<-r-r>*i m !:;v<-n hv fho St, Priii!'-! T.iiihf::>n Lirii^ Aid in the church p.iM'h h-i!l. A fl.SO huff"! Mirip^r hr-(j,-m th(< fVf-niri'; f tllowt-d by n .')r>r! program. Sup!. O,ik mlnirluctrr! thr Kill's Is ;iry| nffcr thi~ a qunrtff (•'imposed of Ladies Aid mfm- bers, 51113. nfTompr-nii.d by Mis. Donna H'-rtzkf, Rrv. Mirm-ck? then introduced thr guest speaker, Mr A. W Xtntnd. ptnJ'-K«<ir of Mnth ;it Waldorf College, Kotcst City. Home From Germany Cntlyl'- Gerzoma arrived home Wednesday after spending almost 2 years in Germany in the Army. His wife, Marlcne, met him in Albert Lea, Minn, on Friday. From there they went on to the cities and to the Wiscon sin Dells for a few days before arriving here on Wednesday. Russell Smith, baby son of Mr and Mrs Richard Smith, stayed with his aunt, Mrs Gottlieb Rirf- frr KrMny while his mother was, in Mason City. Mr LaVcrl Follman of Delavan Minn, was involved in a serious farm accident last Tuesday which caused him to lose the lower part of his right arm. He was working with a field chopper when his arm became entangled He wu.i taken to the Blue Earth Community hospital. Mrs Foil- mun is the former Carola Rippentrop of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Ernest Baumar are parents of a son born on September 3rd at the Buffnlr Center hospital. The young mnn weighed 9 pounds 5 oz and has been named David Allen. Friday evening the Cub Scout Den Mothers, Mrs Bob Hamilton Mrs Maynt'rd Hcrtzke. Mrs Geo Woringa and Mrs Cliff Buckels met with the Cub Master, Gott- IJCb Rieffer at the Rieffo- ho-rie to discuss cub activities fyr the •A Your Sub-Teen Headquarters FOR COATS DRESSES SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE CARCOATS :lva & Jessie's Iht little on th» «treet coming month. It was th.it the next park merlinr, vvil IK- V'H on SfpV'rnbf-r 2f>!h .Th ( cub s.r<-ut fr>m;i' ir -= v.-il! mf v ''t on *h,'t rV'ning for ;•, pu-nir <?uppf>( at 1 o'Hor.k at the Bob Hamih->ns Robin Ann ShPld;»hl, dfiui<li- '<••!• of Mr find Mrs R.-ibr-rt She! dfihl. was baptizrd Sunday morn- im» at thf> St. Paul's Lutheran rbureh. Her spnn^irs wore .Inmet* Hrrtr.ke anri Gnry Shol- d.Thl. Thursday fvr>ning Mr and Mr? Gfitllifb Rirffor and gh)s and Mr and Mrs Kay Eichhoin of El- nvirf visited at thn Henry Riof- ffr h'inie near Elmnr-o. All thn>' f.-iinilies sh'-'W-cl coidr'-fl siH<'- taken on thf-ir trip to nor their Minnesota and Canada this . c mn mei. Mrs Ronald Seh-oeder h»s been hired as a supplementary lenchcr for the fourth grade. Mr; Schrocder bc-gnn her'duties on Monday and will leach only in the? afternoon 1 !. Mr and Mrs Caleb Hartshorn and Joan of Seneca, Iowa and Mr and Mrs Luveirne Thompson and Kills of Elmore, Minn, wr.-re Thursday evening callers at the Ray Estlf home. It was the? 51s' wedding anniversary of the Estlcs. Mr and Mrs Roger Thompson and family of Storm Lake wore Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs Lou Meyers. Mrs Edith Schrocder who was injured in an accident a week ago is getting along satisfactorily and showing improvement in the Buffalo Center hospital. Slv will probably be hospitalized for some time yet, and cards and letters will help pass the time for her. Riverdale 4-H Honors Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emit Larson Mrs Emil O' Green retifrnen Friday after several days in Mnson City whure she underwent eye surgery. Mr and Mrs Wm. Gies were in Fort Dodge last week to visil Mr and Mrs Limning, and get acquainted with their new son. MIT Gies is an uunt of Mr Lanniny Mrs Christena Swimson entertained Eagle Aid at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Marvin Larson gave uri interesting talk on Blood Bank. Mr and Mrs Gordon Gillson und daughter left Saturday morning for their home in Alamosn, Colo,, after a few weeks visit here with her parents, Mr and Mra Carl E. Anderson. Mr Gillson teaches History at Adam; $ta^p College at Alamosa and Mrs'GillBon teaches music. Mrs Emil Larson and Mrs Wol ter C. Peterson called Thursday afternoon on friends, in Esther ville. Mr and Mrs Carl Anderson en tertained in honor of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mr; Gordon Gillson. Sunday night. Sept. 8, guests were Mr and Mr; Rinehold Person and family,'M 1 ;md Mrs Walter Genrieh, Mr an;; Mrs Everett Johanason and fain ily, Mr and Mrn Archie Ditsworth and daughter Joy, and Richard Anderson. Mrs Ida Larson of Fairmont visited Thursday afternoon with friends Mr and Mrs John Jong berg and Mr and Mrs Ardor <Jonj?berg. Mrs H. Kulandcr of Minneapolis came Friday -to visit friend* Mr and Mrs Andruw Larson and friends in Swea City. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hanson and Mrs Gladys Hanson and son Charles attended funeral service; for their aunt, Mrs Hannah Nelson ut Forest City Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson were in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. They were overnite guests at friends, Dr. and Mrs H, H. Ozanne, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson had as Sunday dinner guests, Jlev and Mrs LeRoy Carter and sons Kenneth and Daniel, and Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and children. Duane, Craig, Mariene and Bruce Patsy O'Brien, lefi, and Joan Reding, right, shown here, representing the Riverdale Rustler Unit 2 4-H club, received a blue ribbon for their demonstration, "Matching Made Easy" at the Clay County Fair. Spencer, Tuesday, Sept. 10. Their demonstration centered around the plaid jackets they are holding. Pntsy is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien and Joan is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding of the St. Joe area. (UDM Engraving) Engaged To Wed Rev. Preul To Meeting The Rev. Louis Preul of Algona was among the 14 Iowa area Methodist district superintendents who left Mon, for their annual retreat at Green Luke, Wis. The four-day meeting includes orientation of three new superintendents, planning for fall activities of the church in Iowa and a series of Bible studies. Entomology is the science which deals with insects; etymology is the science of words, AiGDNA STARTS SUNDAY CAUTION LADIESI Detplte the many laughi la thi* romantic comedy, if i still a feur>handkerch!of CARY GRANT DEBORAH KERR AN AFFAIR TO; REMEMBER Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pre.st- hus, Bancroft, wish to announce the engagement and approaching murriaue of their daughter, Mar> Lou, pictured above, tp Mi Eugene (Bud) Marlow, son o; Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow, Lone Rock. The wedding will tuk- plucu Nov. 10 at 3 o'clock in St. John's Lutheran Church in Bur*. (Glenn's Stue'.'o Plioto-UDM Engraving) Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Joe Balk of Algona celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 15. There was a mass a. 10 a.m. ut St. Benedict with Fr Starnmeyer, nephew, officiating j dinner, with 143 guests attending at noon, followed by oper. house from 2 to 4 p.m. in the -afternoon at the K. C. Hall, Ai gonu. At the reception, which was attended by many relatives and friends, Karen Seiler and Jean nie Bulk, granddaughters, were in charge of the gue.st book, Mrs Frances Holtzbaucr cut and served the cake and four granddaughters, Mrs Louis Eriekson Wesley, Mrs Newell Trustin. Mason City, Mrs Howard Hamson, Albert Leo, Mitirt., and Darlene Seiler, Algona, served and poured. Police Auxiliary Meets The Algona branch of the Slute Policeman's Auxiliary met Thursday evening, Sept. 12, nt tho home of Mrs Ernest Hutchison with seven members present. Plans lor a Halloween party next month were made during the business meeting and the Iowa Policeman's convention at Mason Cily, Oct. 7-U, was discussed. Games were playec and prizes won by Mrs Darre' Drake and Mrs Al Boekelman A lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be ut Mrs Peter Jorgenson's. Picnic At Wasl Bend Mr and Mrs Henry Becker, Mi and Mrs William Becker, Mr anc Mrs Dennis Elsbeckcr and Mi and Mrs Charles Kuchynka drove to West Bend Sunday for a picnic dinner with Mrs Therese Shin und son William Shin and ,fum ily of Sioux City. Mrs Shin i.s a cousin of the Mossr^ Becker und Mrs Kuchunka. Newcomers Club The Newcomers club met las; week Thursday for dinner and curds at the Algona hotel. Door prize wus won by Mrs Orville Hakes. At bridge the high score prize wa,s won by Mrs Joe Mi-Farlaud and tit 500 the high score rime was won by Mrs Richard Weise. At Family Reunion Mr and Mra Walter Huerdt, "Bud" and Margaret and Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner and family spent u week ago Sunday at Rinusied attending a family re- Union. Mrs Roger Phillips wus hastes* to the members Q| the "E.T.W." . card club lust week Wednesduv C. D. of A. Meets Catholic Daughters of Am6r» fca Court St. Cecelia's held its first meeting of the new year Thursday evening with a pot luck dinner. Mrs Wm. Barry Sr Grand Regent presided.' Mrs Art Glaser was elected trustee for 2 years. The Court will hold a Rummage and Bake Sale at the Moose Hall on Oct. 6th. Father Francis Conway will be? Retreat Master for the day of Recollection to be held on Sun> day, Oct. 13th. A social hour of Court Whisi followed the meeting with high prize going to Mrs Wm. Barry Sr. and low to Mrs Elizabeth Platt. Mrs Ray Mertz won the door prize. The committee in charge were Mesdames Art Glaser, Ralph Valentine, S. H. Arndorfer. Eunice Bowman, Imelda Ehges- ser, Mary Quinn, Varonia Roethler and Miss Julia Barth. Weds In Las Vegas : The daughter of a former Algona man, and granddaughtei 'oT"Mr"3""W. S. Shackelford of Algona, was married Aug. 25 at La? Vegas, Nev. She is Barban, Shackelford, daughter of Mr• anc Mrs Floyd W. Shackelford ot Davenport. The bridegroom was Norman E. JJeilsen, Los Angeles. The bride is on the staff o) Encino Valley Hospital, Sherman Oaks, Cal. The newlyweds wil, live in Sherman Oaks. They were attended, by Mr and A.'. Les Browning of Sherman Oaks Mrs Browning is the formei Guyle Shackelford of Algona. Plum Creek Club The Plum'Creek Women's club •net Scot, llth at the home ol Mrs Lyle Davis. Sixteen members and ond guest were present. The opening numoer was £ guessing contest won by Eleanor Gardner and Mary Kam. Pearle Etherington rea'd the constitution and by-laws. We are 'going tp stop our Secret Sisters urid instead sent our Birthday fund to some home. Vivian Ku'hn won the travel basket. Next meeting will be with Mrs Cad Hutchins, Oct 9Ui. •',<j Algonans To Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday, Sept. 15, at tho honn of Mr and Mrs Alvin M. John son at Hardy. The occasioi honored Mrs Beatu Klatt who i visiting from Raleigh, N. C. Attending the reunion froir here were Mr and Mrs Raymonc Funk and family, Mr and Mr.' Gerald Meyer and family, Mi and Mrs ,i j aul Schneider and family, Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge all of Algona; ar»d Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kuehnust and family, Mrs. Martha Schneider and Fred Schneider, all of LuVerne. Visitors Honored Mrs Katherine McMurray entertained a few friends Saturday evening in honor of Mr and Oran Jasperaon who are here on a visit from Glendule, Calif. Mrs Katherine McMurray was also hostess to members of her knitting club, Tuesday afternoon Plan Trail Ride Seneca Saddle Club will hold a trail rid> at the home of Everett Witharn, located one half mile north and one half mile east of Seneca, Sunday afternoon St-pt. 22 at 1:30. everyone i* welcome and a potluck lunch Will follow the ride. Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbi-rt 01 .a"na will obswve tilth- Silver Wedding anniversary, Sunday. Sept. 22, with Opm House at the V.F.W, Hall here from 2 to 4 p.m. Union Homemokm The Union Township Home- makurs club will njeet Thursday afternoon, Sept, 4 26, at ttu- home of JSula Rich. jElection ot officers will be held. Every woman in the towwiiip ip invited und each is to bring a picture of ^'"' 6«lphi«n» to Mt*i The first meeting of the new year of the Delphian Society is to be held Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the home of Mrs Rhoda Bonpr. It will be a 1:15 p.m. desser' Jum-r.iun. Mabel Paxson is program chairman. Eg!is Entertain Mr and Mrs James Egli entertainer) at a bridge party Saturday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Bnsil Brock of BoJe, Mr and Mrs Everett Barr and Mi and Mrs Willacd Sleffen. Rebekah Lodge Rebekah Ltxjge will hold a meeting at the Moose hall Tuesday. Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m. There will h fl a covered di.sh supper and evryone is asked to bring r covered dish and her own dishes Silver Wedding For Harold Thuls At St. Joe St. Joe — Mr and Mrs Harold Thul observed their twenty fifth wedding anniversary on Fri- dny evening .Sept. 13. Relative; and neighbors gathered to help them observe the occasion. Thi evening was spent playing card' *nd .socially. Mr- and Mrs Thul were presented gifts in remembrance of the occasion. A de-_ licious lunch was served. Mr and Mrs Thul are the parents ot three sons and three daughters. Robert of Algona; Ronald fh thr U.S. Navy stationed in the South Pacific; Roger, Gladys, Saridni pnd Linda at home. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Math Bormann homo near St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs John Thul left on Wednesday on a trip through western States. John B. Reding, Sylvestci Wagner, Norbert Friders left Saturday on a fishing trip in Northern Minnesota. Donna Thul, daughter of Mr and .Mrs Eugene Thul, studeni at th'e Mankato Commercial Col- 'Icga in Mankato, Minn, spent the weekend here with home folks Allan Andrew Kramer, infant son of Mr and Mrs Marvin Kramer was baptized on Sunday morning in St. Joseph's Church by Rev, Leo C. Schumacher Sponsors were Mr and Mrs And •row Kramer. Mr and Mrs Roger Borrmnn and son from New Hampton were visitors here with relatives ant! friends several days last week. Mr and Mrs A. J. Eischei'J and 'son Merlin of Algona, Mr and \ home this week. Mrs Adam Kramer and Mr rnd ' Mrs Andrew Kramer were r"l i- ner guests on Sunday in the Mar the Grace Baptist Church of Ti- tonkft Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch visited at the George Johnson home Saturday afternoon. Mrs bitch and M*'s Johnson called on Mrs John Thill of St. Benedict who is visiting her daughter, Mrs Jerry Gorman . Mr and Mrs Leo Clark oif Britt and their two granddaughters Kathleen and Karen Gordon were Sunday dinner guests st the Ray Fitch home. • Mr end Mrs Victor Fitch and girls, Mr and Mrs Edward Harms and family and Mrs Arthur Hix and family were Sunday dinner guests at the George Htx home. "Flattery is like perfume;, you're supposed to smell it, not swallow it." JWIHIIIIIIflHIlBiBHrtHBWIBBBIIIIIlBWiMBMBHWHIB Ladies, Look! Mrs Ervin Smith New Ledyard Guild President Ledyard — On Wednesday afternoon the Evangelical and Reformed Guild met at the church with Mrs Fred Selborg and Mrs Myron Busch as hostesses. During the business, meeting election of officers was held for the coming year as follows: President. Mrs Ervin' vSmilh. Ivho has bfinn vice president and will take over pt or>r f> due to the resignation of Mrs William Wiemer, who is teaching this year; vice president, Mrs Marvin Junkormeier; secretary, Mrs B.. E. Gillu-rtson; and treasurer 1 , Mrs William Knoner. Mrs B. E. Gilbcrtson was in charge of the program. A money shower was held for added kitchen equipment. Over $03 has already been received. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next month's hostesses are Mrs Ervin Smith and Mrs Perlen Jacobson Enten St. Thomas Mr and Mrs J. J. McDonald took their son, Francis, to St Paul on Sunday where he enrolled at the College of St. Thomas Carpenters Allc-i:! Funeral John and Ann Carpenter went to Olin on last Tuesday to join their parents and to be presen' for their grandfather's funera 1 which was on Thursday Mr and Mrs Carpontor were called there last weekend. John went on from there to Coo College where he will begin his junior year. Mr Car-center and Ann came homa or, Friday and Mrs Carpenter re mained to bs with her mother Hono Fro-n A!"sk=j . Mrs Allan Lcucks an:! son Bradley Allan, an-ive'l h-imi from Alaska on last Tursday Mr Loucks who has been .stationed there with the arrny canu with his division and is expected "vin Kramer home'in observance of trrj baptism of Allen Andrew infant son of Mr and Mrs Mar- Ivin Kramer. Mr and Airs Eischeid are the maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Adam Kramer the paternal grandparents. • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs C. L. Young at tended tho Spencer Fair Friday Hanna Behnke returned honu Friday night from Alberta, Can.. where she spent about six week.s visiting. -Mary Ann Bartlett spent part of her two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Barlletl. Mr and Mrs Ramon .Bisque and Mr and Mrs Dennis Barnum, all of Ames, were weekend guests of Mi' and Mrs C. L. Young. Mr and Mrs Robert Kain Sr and Mr and Mrs Robert Kain Jr and Dana were Sunday afternoon guests at the C. L. Young home and Mr and Mrs James Drone were supper guests. Mrs Larry Holding and children of Burt were Sunday afternoon visitors in the P. W. Marlow home. Stanley Ruse of Iowa City came home Friday night to spend the weekend with his parents Mr end Mrs Dwight Ruse. ' Mr and Mrs Edward Harms and family, Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy anc Stanley Ruse were Saturdaj evening guests at the Dwigh Ruse home, the occasion buinf Cindy Lou Harm's fifth birthday Mr and Mrs Orville Stow o Davenport and Bertha Stow o Burt were Tuesday evening visi tors at the Charles and Bernarc Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nclsoj and Holly were at Fayetle ville Arkansas over the weekend or business. Gary Michaelsen, Robert And re\V8 and Tracy Stone were Sunday dinner guests of Linda ami Arden Nelson. and Mrs Clarence Acker man of Titonka accompanied Mi and Mrs . Verle Nelson to thi jer Ffeir Friday. Linda Nelson took care of the Nelson children. Mr and \Irs Frank Walton am' children of Plover and inotrv.-r Mra Minnie Sperring wen.' Fri, _, visits oi tin v _ Piielps. Vernal KoesUer went to Rock* ford, 111. last Friday, where In- spent ihw weekend with his aunt the Adolph Dahlgren family. Tom arid Kenneth Treraary *" J sila Majiday, Mrs Harold ;• heiped Mra Trc-nary cool; for th« mt'n. Mr wid Mrs Hwhert Neleon and family plan to attend tho show Methodist Church M-«:ing The Official Iw.rd of the Mt,th- odi.Hr~clTtlTeh and the commissions will meet, at the church or Thursday evening at 7:45. 'Those are important meetings and al! members should be present. Bnnd To Spencer The high yehool band with it- director, Vernon Anderson, Mr Marlyn Peterson and Mr and Mrs William Klinker and Gary went to Spencer on Saturday and the band participated in the festivities at the fair. Church Program The week's program at is as follows: Sunday, Sept. 22 — 9:00 a.m. Sunday School; 10:00 a.m. Annual Mission Festival Services with Rev Harry Reinders speaking; 2:30, p.m. Afternoon Services with the Rev. William Kroon speaking; 7:30 p.m. Evening Services, with the , Bfv. Hoy Chesifey speaking. * '' Tuesday, September 24 — 4 p.m. Junior Choir. 1 Wednesday, September 25—2:15 p.m. Faith Circle; ' 7:30 p.m Special Services with Rev. Koenig, missionary to India speak ing. }\ Thursday, September 26 — 7:30 p.m.; Senior Choir. L. Mf * V. A. Barrett of Lakota, Mrs Edward Looft bid Mrs D. B. Mayer attendeti l&stern Star i" bwea City ladt raesday evening. ,! So. 17-fewel WADSWORTH STATESMAN PRODUCT OF ELGIN Never before such a fine watch at such a low price! 1 >35 7J Imagine! A 17-jewel, shock-resistant, waterproof*, dustproof, anti-magnetic watch for only $35.75! The handsome case is extra thin and trim. Has smartly styled dial - your choice of black or white. Flat crystal, sweep- second hand, suede strap. Perfect for YOU or superb as a Christmas gift Watch tot this fruek! soHd load of Maylag "Malo Meat" Clothes Dryers lo out store. Will be on sale Friday and Saturday. 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