AROUND ALGONA * ' The Eight Specs card club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Beecher Lane. Mrs Cecil McGinnis was hostess to the members of her sewing club, on Tuesday afternoon. .The O. E. S. Will serve lunch in the basement of the Masonic Temple, Band Festival day, Oct. 5. Mrs Glen Jones entertained her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting hostess was Mrs Charles Hardgrove. —o— Mrs Harry McMurray went to Cedar Rapids on Tuesday having been called there by the illness of a relative. The Executive board and Leaders o'f the Girl Scouts are having a meeting Monday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. at the Druggist Mutual Building. —o— Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's church were Julieann Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Loren A. Johnson Snd Christine Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Max E. Sewick. •Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr Hobson's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson at Clarion. —o— Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun were hosts to their couple card club on Sunday evening. The low scores with the dish-washing penalty were received by Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles. —o— Mr and Mrs W. H. Barlleit spent from Sunday until Tuesday at Hastings, Neb. where they attended a meeting .of the Nebraska-Iowa district of Kiwa- ni$ clubs. —o— Catholic Daughters of America will have a rummage and bake sale Friday, Oct. 9 at the Moose hall. Items for the sale are to be taken to the home of Miss Minnie Schick. , Mr and Mrs Charles McVay went to Webster City on Sunday to attend Centennial observances of the Methodist church here. Mrs McVay is a former member of the church and her father, the Rev. J. J. Share, now retired, was one of the former pastors. BAND FESTIVAL DAY LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY V.F.W. AUXILIARY IN AUXILIARY ROOM BAND FESTIVAL DAY, OCT. 5 MENU Chicken Sandwiches Home-Mctde Vegetable Soup Pie & Coffee & Chicken Noodle Soup NEW ALL-STEEL NO. 1100 ECONOMY •RUGGED, LONG LASTING INTERLOCKING CONSTRUCTION • BIG, 13 ft. WIDE, 19 ft. HIGH-HOLUS MORE • GALVANIZED STEEL ROOF WITH MANHOLE • STEEL ROD AND WIRE CONSTRUCTION FOR STRENGTH ECONOMY CRIB FOR LOW-COST CORN STORAGE CRIB ECONOMY 'CORN CRIB Otrcngth, size and features usually found only in expensive *^ cribs have been combined in the -SIOUX- Economy Crib. Here's a low price crib that fits any purse. Long-life features .., interlocking construction for brute strength ... fully galvanized, all steel roof... all this and more are yours at the lowest price in "history for top-notch corn storage. Come in and see it now .. . buy several to solve your storage problems. ^<C£|f^B |'^f r « modern equipment for • '^9t*U*JJ\. profitable farming $279.95 Algona Implement Go. Dial CYpress 4-3501 Algona, Iowa Mr* Robert . Sigsbee and her mother, Mrs Adolph Bruellman, West Bend, went to Iowa City on Sunday where they visited Mr Bruellman who is a patient at Oakdale hospital. —o— The Mission Aid Society of the First Lutheran church is meeting today, (Thursday) with Mesdames Ernie Georg, Wallace Simpson, John Schulz, Jr. and Wayne Hanson as hostesses. —o— Mrs R. M. Phillips went to Corning on Sunday and then to accompany an aunt by'train to California, Mrs Phillips will be gone about a week and may make the return trip by airline. —o— Alumni of Cornell College held a reunion dinner recently at the Johnson House. Eighteen former students attended, the Algona people being Mrs W. H. Bartlett, Beth Annis, Russell Buchanan and Mrs James Lytle. —o— Mr end Mrs Howard SHllman had as their guests on Sunday, the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Zene Stillman of Nevada. In the evening they were visited by Mrs Stillman's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee and their six'children of Ft. Dodge. The W.S.C.S. of 'the Methodist chtirch. is having its monthly general meeting today, (Thursday)' at the church: A one O'clock luncheon is being served and Mrs L. J. Reed is president and the program is "Japan Today," —o— The League of Women Voters morning unit met Tuesday at the home of Mrs Walter Schildknecht. The evening group will meet Monday, October 7 with Dorothy Cogley. Both groups are working on study of the pros and cons of fluoridation of water. Bel Canto club will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Rex Taylor. The program is in charge of Harriet Schlichting and Mary Staudt. A trio composed of Barbara Frabrizio, Shirley Morck and Helenf Dodds will sing selections from, "My Fair Lady." A backwards birthday party was given Friday afternoon for Mary Ann Sigsbee . who was eleven years old the previous Wednesday. Guests wore their clothes backward, entered by the rear door, and a feature of the party was a birthday cake decorated with green roses and pink leaves. The women's society of the Trinity Lutheran ' church are meeting today, (Thursday) Guest speaker is Mrs Walter Jentz of Fenton who will give a .report, on the International Lutheran-W.qm-. en's Missions League which she attended at Minneapolis this past summer. Hostesses are Mrs Glenn Long, Mrs L. G. Lenz, Mrs Robert Leismer and Mrs Beryl Priebe. Zela Xi and Alpha Psi chapters of Beta Sigma Phi have begun a scries of rushing events On Monday evening the Alpha Psi chapter had a kid party at the home of Mrs George Balluff Wednesday evening the Zeta Xis entertained at the Moose Hall. The theme of the lattei party was popular music and guests came dressed as their favorite song title. —o— St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary board met Oct. 1 at the hospital with Mrs Don Hemmingsen presiding. Plans were completed for the membership luncheon to be held Oct. 5 at the Algona Country Club. A new "Super Cuber" which can make 1800 ice cubes daily from 110 Ibs. of ice was recently purchased for the hospital by the Auxiliary, and board members had an explanation of its work by Sister Mary Florine A semi-trailer bound for California was literally scalped as it went through the Rock Island underpass east of Chariton. The cab cleared the 11% foot underpass all right but the huge trailer top was stripped from front to back as it moved through. 1956 Band Queen Crowning Thursday, October 3, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper DM MolnM-3 Ann Erickson of Kanawha, lefl. is shown receiving Ihe crown enblematic of her reign over the 1956 Algona Band Festival in the above photo. Placing the crown on Miss Erickson's head is Janice Gabel, 1955 queen from Swea City. Miss Erickson will be present Saturday during the ninth annual festival to assist with the crowning of a ,new queen. (Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) Titonka Girl To Wed Oct. 12 Is Honored Titonka — A miscellaneous shower was held at the Methodist chur.ch, Saturday evening, in honor of Colleen Rippentrop who will.become the bride of Harry E. Wells Jr. of St. Paul, October 12, at the First Trinity Methodist church in St. Paul. The bride's table was decorated with a toy Northwest Orient airplane on a landing strip with a cargo of gifts for the bride-to-be. Jane Amesbury, a class mate, poured while Colleen's sister Marianne Rippentrop and a friend, Barbara Kockler of St. Paul, assisted with the unwrapping of the gifts. Cheryll Wai- rod, Sandra Schutjer and Janice, McGuire carried the gifts to and* from the table. After opening the gifts lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mesdames Wm. Boyken, Kenneth Brandt, George Freerksen, Harvey Heyer, Fred Hofmann, R. L. Krantz, Bernard McGuire, Elwook Nelson, Donald Norland, Raymond Schutjer, Roy Walrod and Everett Sleper, Homemskers £!ect . Mrs Faye Callies was elected Township chairman of the Buffalo Township Homemakers club at a meeting held' at the home of Mrs R. L. Krantz and Mrs Jay Budlong assisting hostess. She was replaced by the past chairman, Mrs Lois Brandt. Other officers elected were Vice- Chairman Mrs Edna Eden, replacing Mrs Mildred Eden and Mrs Gertie Bartlett held the position again as Publicity chairman for another year. Mrs McQuistin and Mrs Montgomery of Algona gave an interesting demonstration on Flower Making and arranging. The next meeting will be held Oct. 18 at the home of Mrs Mable Dunmire when a demonstration on Christmas decorations will be given. Miss Virginia Swan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Swan of Titonka was elected as Bane queen to represent Titonka at the Algona Band Festival on Oct. 5. Mrs Louis (Jesse) Hubbard of Long Beach left for her home by F. S. &SON Phone CY 4-3846 ALGONA This is fine Indian Summer weather, but it is always followed by the icy blasts of cold weather. Tqke advantage of these mild days, and get things around your place ship-shape for winter. We can repair storm windows and doors that need it, we can give you weather-stripping for around your doors, and we have plastic covering for putting on porches and doors. You can put this all on yourself easy, and it makes things snug and warm, at little cost. Still going on Hog Feeders, cattle feeders, in fact, Norton's can turn you farmers out any kind of portable farm building. We build 'em, and then deliver 'em right to the farm. Anything you need for repairs — ask for it at F. S. Norton's. Yours for service F. S. NORTON & SON train from Mason City, Monday, after a few weeks visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Spear. Mr Spear is home now and getting along nicely. Mrs L. G. Smith and Miss Gertie Sorinenberg visited Sun. at the home of Mrs Smith's daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Weigmann and family of Floyd'. Mr and Mrs Henry Sunken and Mr and Mrs Ralph Harms visited Sunday at the home of Mr and 'Mrs Suite Sunken of Blue Earth. Mr and Mrs Ed Sathoff of Swea City were visitors at the home of Mrs Wm. Kardoes Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ronald <Olsen of Buffalo Center are the parents of a baby son Scott Ronald born at the Buffalo Center hospital Friday evening. She is the former Pearl Beenken. Friday Mr Olsen moved to Whittemore where they will make their home after the mother and baby are out of the hospital. Mr ad Mrs Ernest Godfredsen of Clear Lake were visiting friends and relatives in Titonka Monday. * tj - . .' . " • ' - - fl I IF IT'S NEWS — WE WA^T AND AT COURT ROOM IN ALGONA 2p.m. FARM 108.45 Acres The North '/2 Northwest V\ Sec. 1 in Whittemore Township TERMS: 20% Down, Balance March 1, 1958 POSSESSION—March 1, 1958 HOUSE IN ALGONA I! 2 Stories—Seven Rooms .• • LI., i i Corner of Hall and North Streets TERMS: 20% Down. Balance pn Delivery of Abstract of Title. POSSESSION AT ONCE. L W. NITCHAtS, Referee Linnan & Lynch, Attys. for Referee G *T WADY EARLY FOR THESE EXCITING BUYSI printed LUNCHEON CLOTHS Both cottons and rayons in new printed patterns. Bright florals, modern prints, checks & plaids. Also solid colors 54 X 54 and 54 X 72 sizes. 1.98 2.98 3.98 . . . soil resistant Dacron Panels Sheer curtain panels of miracle Dacron Marquisette. Jnowy white, hemmed and headed. Machine washable,] 10 ironing. 1.49 1.39 42" X 2>/2 yd. 12" X l'/4 yd. . . . ready to hang Draperies Finished pleated tops 90" long in a wide variety of solid colors and attractive printed patterns. Brighten your home this Fall . . . Choose from several handsome styles. 3.98 2.98 pair . . . famous Pepperell Pastel Sheets - Cases lovely solid pastels in Mint, Maise, Orchid, Pink, Blue, Rose, a#d all over multi-colored pallette stripes. STRIPES 72 X 108 2.89 108 2.98 PASTELS 81 X 108 2.75 81 X Cases 59c Cases 75c ... a wide choice of SHEET BLANKETS heavy cotton or rayon sheet, white and colored, blankets at value prices. Heavy Cotton white, 72 X 99 2.98 unbleached, 70 X 95 2.29 striped pattern, 70 X 80 1.79 pastels, 70 X 90 2.49 100% Rayon 72 X 90 2.98 SPECIAL COTTON BARGAIN All Cotton Sheet Blanket 60 X 70 $1 . . . Beacon "Meple" Nylon Blend Blanket 10% Nylon, 90% Rayon blanket with 6" s&lin binding. 72 X 84 size. 7 lovely colors. • PINK • TURQUOISE • BLUE • YELLOW • GREEN • CAMEL • CHERRY . . . Beacon "HEATHER" Plaid Blanket Nylon/Rayon blend Blanket in lovely pastel plaids. Satin binding. Lovely colorings. , 5.98 ORLON BLEND . . . famous Beacon "Gorham" blanket in generous 72 X 90 size. 3% Ib. weight with lustrous 7" satin binding. • BLUE • PINK • GOLD • RED • GREEN • CAMEL • TURQUOISE • BITTERSWEET . . . Pepprell "Caress" famous Nylon blend blanket in nine lovely decorator Colors, plus new 'Frontier' plaids . . . Mothproof, wide Nylon binding . . . Individually boxed. GRAHAM'S SAYS "WELCOME TO THE BAND FESTIVAL!'
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