fla.) Uppgf De« Mohtf Thursday, Sept. 19, 1957 LuVerne Clubs Open A Mew Year Of Activity t.uVertte — LuVerne dims held their opening meetings of the year as follows: The J. J. Club met Wednesday at the town hall with their husbands as guests at a potluck dinner. Committee was Mrs Harold Nielson, Mrs LeRoy Hanselmar.. Mrs Irvin Jerpensen and Mrs Harry Lichty. About 32 were in attendance. Entertainment for the evening was slides from Port au Prince. Haiti. Tuesday Club The Tuesday Club were guests Ml the home of their president Mrs Norma E. McClaran. All members but one answered roll eall on name and location of a famous college. Mrs Blanche Shoemaker, Sioux City was guest. Zion Aid Meeis The postponed meeting of the Aid Society was held in the Zion Ev. Lutheran Church Thursday, September 12, with Mrs Hugh Shirk as hostess. Mrs Herman Schultz, president, presided. Final plans were made for the annual fall supper September 19. The pastor, the R«v. Louis Wittenburg had charge'of the devotional service and religious lesson. "Mrs Don Dubson, Des Moines was a guest. 80 At Seminar The all day meeting of the Algona district seminar meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was held Wednesday in the LuVerne Methodist Church with 80 in attendance. ounce? and 5 Ibs 13'i ounces. The Halls now have a family of six daughters and one son. Dick Eraser, son of Mr and Mr? Clarence Eraser has gone to Cedar Falls to resume his studios at the State Teacher? College. Dick spent the summer working on an oiling truck for the North Iowa Asphalt Co. Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will honor their mothers at a pot-luck supper Tuesday evening at the Call State Park shelter house. Mrs Rex Voyles will present the program, a resume of the play, "My Fair Lady." The Wesleyan Guild of the Methodist church will meet Monday evening for dinner. It will be guest night. Mrs R. O. Bjustrom will give devotions and Mary Schwabauer will present the program. The social time is in charge of Jennie Gilliland. Around Algona Mrs Betty Galbraith was hostess to the Rebekah Staff meeting on Tuesday evening. Mrs Lester Johnson was hostess to the 8 Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Arthur Krause was hostess to her; sewing club on Tues-' day afternoon. Mrs Walter Klaxnp of Dakota City spent Tuestiay and Wednesday here as a guest of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Pat Ferris, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris, will begin her Freshman year at the State ; University of Iowa next week. The Naomi Circle will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs J. P. Smith. Mrs Vic Heis- rod is assisting hostess. Dr. and Mrs J. B. Harris became, the parents of their third child 'Monday, Sept. 16 when a son was born to them at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs N. S. Bangs, Jr. had as their guests for a couple of days last week, Mr and Mrs Owen Fleming, former residents now of Des Moines, ,Mrs Clayton Perciyal is hostess to the Martha Circle of the First Lutheran church this afternoon, (Thursday). The Sarah Circle is, meeting with Mrs O. Deonard Nelson. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt went to Victor, Iowa on Friday where they met with Mrs Pratt's sisters at the home of their late parents, Mr and Mrs F. M, McGahey. They returned^home Sunday.,, Eugene Hoenk, eon of Mr and H, L v Hoenk will leave the first of the week for Iowa City to begin his second year in the Medical schqoj? pf .the State University. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's church, *were William Michael, son of Mr ? and Mrs Vincent J, 3ernardo; Bjjjjryl Wayne, son of Mr and Mrs) Wayne A. Weise and Dana Sue, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peiffer, -^ Zeia Xi chapter of Beta Sigma FJU will have a dance Saturday evening at the Moose hall. The other two chapters, JCi Xi and Alpha Psi have been invited as Jjgve the husbands and other Mr and Mr7 W. A, Hall became the parents of twin daughters Monday morning at St. Ann hospital. They weighed 6 Ibs. 1J|yPypPf|MMp^plJjl|IJ Illll I •mmwui.i.in.pw v™-_ —.—-w — r—~ i— Algona - Bound **•, •. w -'-'"'."a ^^ prtw ~ N08THIGWA ti^pqplp^pMf^mi^i^p^i ^Pdw™ W'.fli*^ fc£|^P|^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^B John E. Falk Services Held Funeral services for John E Falk, 64, county resident for more than 60 years and resident of Algona since 1946, were held at 2 p.m. ..Monday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. N. M. Coughenauer, Methodist minister, officiated and burial was In Eastlawh Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers at the funeral were Vernell Ludwig, Webster Orton, Ranney and William Leek, Heinie Stebritz and Darrell Johnson. Mr Falk died at his home at 402% south Moore street Friday. John Ernest Falk, son of John and Louise Mueller Falk, was born at Castle Rock, Wise. Mar. 4, 1893, and moved to Kossuth county, settling in the Titonka area in 1894. He was married to Martha Osterbauer July 31, 1919, and came to Algona in 1946. He was a mechanic by trade and was employed at the Pioneer plant here. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Phyllis (Mrs Robert Carr), Algona; and Clarice (Mrs Harold Krantz), Swea City; four grandchildren; and two brothers, Otto, Tacoma, Wash., and Arthur, Salem, Ore. His parents and two sisters preceded him in death. Mr»*ftFalk "was a veteran of World "War I and a member of the American Legion here. Congregational Supply Pastors Reverend Dr. Jacob Tanner of Waldorf College, Forest City, will be the supply pastor at the Congregational Church in Algona next Sunday, Sept. 22. The following Sunday, Sept. 29, Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The kindness and' sympathy of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks & gratitude for all those comforting acts. Arthur Maasdam and family 38» CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends tend relatives for their kind help during our moving. We certainly appreciated if.' Mr and Mrs Charlie Wagner. 38* CARD OF THANKS I wish sincerely to thank all my relatives, friends and neighbors for the flowers, gifts,, cards, prayers and visits to me while in St. Ann hospital attfr since my return home. My husband and I appreciated everything' so very much, your kindness^ will never be forgot»n v: Thanks again, and God. btesfSybu. Mrs J. J. Brad- Jey, ; -;, ^38* Miscellaneous NOTICE — PIANO OR VOICE lessons by experienced teacher- singer, university graduate, CY 4-2892 after 5:00. 37-38* AIRLINE CAREERS Men and Women High School graduates or better can qualify for Hostesses, Reser- vationist-Ticket Agents, Transportation Agents, Station Agents, etc. Ages 17-39. Short training period need not interfere with present employment. All inquiries confidential. Write today for fUJl information, giving address and phone number. National School of Aeronautics, 3101 Gill" ham Plaza, Kansas City, Mo. 36-37-38 Mr, Farmer ! PC- vou need money to buy and feed 1 * M & M LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 60, will finance you Inquire M. H, Fain Ph, CY 4-2771 Algcna, la. 318 E, Elm tf Mrs Max Goldman will be in the pulpit. The new regular fWHor, Rev. James E. Boyd, is expected to arrive early in October to fill the vacancy left when Rev. G. G. Hallauer was called to the Plymouth Congregational Church in San Diego. Livermore Supper The Ladies" Guild of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Livermore will serve their annual fried chicken dinner Sunday, Sept. 22 in the parish hall. Serving will start at 3:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited. Taxpayer Warning . Taxpayers are reminded that their 1956 personal property and real estate taxes become delinquent October 1, 1957, by Rosella Voigt, Kossuth county treasurer. A penalty accrues after that date. Holdren Open Houie Open House is being held at fhe Good Hope Methodist Church Parlor Sunday, Sept. 22, from 2 to 4 in honor of Mr and Mrs Orville Holdren's 25th wedding anniversary. TWINS On the Virgil Grimm farm at North English, five cows have come fresh recently and four out of the five had twin calves. A FEDERAL LAND BAJtK loan on your land offers exit* pfo- tection for your farm business and your family. Low interest — long term. For details, see Eugene H. Hutchins, Sec-Tress. National Farm Loan Association 110 S. Dodge St. (south of Penney's) Algona, Iowa (38) isw$sw^4s^/y/y>y/^ws4W4swss^^ HOME SHOE SHINE KIT 100% LAMB'S WOOL POLISHER 100% LAMB'S WOOL DAUBER EXTRA BUFFING CLOTH 75c VALUE ONLY RUSK DRUG WEEK-END BROWNIE HOLIDAY FLASH Camera OUTFIT Regularly $9.95 COMPLETE FLASH OUTFIT! Camera, Flash Attachment, Bulbs and Film — ready for picture-taking. 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