Joan Stebritz Wed Oct. 12 Joan Elizabeth Stebfilz, daughler of Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz nf' 10 b , ecame lhfl bride of Jerome G. Klcppcr, Emmets- g. Oct. 12, is shown in the above photo. crr P S' e i dlng Wf lS hcld in st - Cecelia's Catholic church with P. p. Gc-arcn officiating ru^ ™ 1CP F% iS B « raduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and the rharo A f of 41Emm '- J tsburg Catholic high. He was recently dis- «!m H /u° m lhe nav - v - After a wedding trip, the young couple Ener ) mG ° n a farm near Emmetsbui *g- (Isaacson photo - UDM OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland attended baptismal services for Rodney Eugene Silbaugh. their grandson at Humboldt, Sunday, Oct. 6. Afterwards they were dinner guests at-the Sherman Silbaugh home. Sunday afternoon guests at the Magnus Bratland home were Mr and Mrs Olaf Olson of Humboldt and Glenda Olson of Fort Dodge. Kermit Fowler, Oliver Christenson, and Fred Kampen attended the National Corn Picking Contest near Sioux Falls, S. D >n Friday. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson visit- id at the home of his cousin, Mr ».nd Mrs Clarence Housken at tehigh on Sunday. They accompanied Mr and Mrs Henry Olson and Dorothy of Bradgate. Mrs Kermit Fowler visited with her sister, Mrs Anton Anderson of Humboldt on Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson visited at the home of her sister, the Fred Benjamins' at Bradgate on Friday evening. Mrs H. J. Nielsen entertained a group of friends at a coffee party on Saturday afternoon. Attending from Bitidgate were Mr.-, Fred Benjamin, Mrs George Wolcott and Mrs Henry Olson. Mrs Earl Olson and Mrs Harley Knutson were also guests, along with Mrs Nielsen';? sister, Mrs Florence Flanigan of Fort Dodge. LesJie Fargo of Sunrise Beach. Mo. came Friday to spend a few days at the home of his brother- in-law, the H. J. Nielsens. Steven James, the infant son of Mr and Mrs Walter Brockway was baptized Sunday at the St. Olaf Lutheran church at-Bode. Sponsors were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lenhard Holden and Mr and Mrs Ole Larson of Hardy. Mcrna Larson carried the baby. Mr and Mrs Lenhard Holden entertained the group for dinner afterwards. An uncle of Mr Brockway's, Jay Brockway of Estherville was an afternoon visitor. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Wayne Vought home at Livermore. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family were Saturday evening visitors at the Robert Naeve home at Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius visited her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona Sunday afternoon. Mrs Anna Longseth and Mrs ANNOUNCING . . . New Radio And T-Y Service EXPANDED FACILITIES LATEST EQUIPMENT FASTER SERVICE NOW AT ... Tom's Radio & T - V Repair TOM IN HIS MODERN REPAIR SECTION That's right folks, Tom Rich has taken over the ownership of the T-V Repair Department at Algona Refrigeration. He has been there for the past four years as a repairman, and now he has not only purchased the department, but is also modernizing it to bring you even better service than the fine work done in the past. It's still at the same place, Algona Refrigeration where those quality Philco T-V sets are sold, but it is now Tom's T-V Repair Service. ALL MAKES - 24 HOUR SERVICE Days Phone CY 4-2693 - Nights CY 4-3574 STILL LOCATED AT ALGONA REFRIGERATION BUT NEW SERVICE TOM'S RADIO & T-V SERVICE Morgan Hagrn attended a coffee party at the home of Mrs Morgan Hagen attended a coffee party at the home of Mrs Amnncla Aurc at Bode on Tuesday. Mrs Anna Longscth spent Wednesday and Thursday at Boric- where she stayed vvit'h her granddaughter, Karen while Mr and Mr.« Melvin Longseth w;-nl to DCS Moines where he had a cheek-up at the hospital. Mr and Mrs Homer Johnson and children of Bonne were Sunday evening callers at the home of her brother. Mr and Mrs Loron Daniel. Mrs Alvin Melntosh and children of Webster City visited her mother. Mrs Anna Longscth on Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of her sister, the Louis Dippels at Belmond. Those attending the K. L. C. Circuit convention at Eagle Grove Sunday afternoon were Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain and Merle Holt. Thursday dinner guests at the Merle Holt home were Mr and Mrs Lofe Thoye of Kmporia Kansas, Edward Thcye of Snn Pedro, Calif, and Mrs John Mullins of Corwith. In the afternoon they all visited with Mrs George Butterfield at Swea City and at the Russell Hanna home at Fairmont, Minn. Tuesday evening Mr and Mi. 1 * Merle Holt and family were supper guests at the John Mullins home at Corwith in honor of the Kansas and California visitors. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme spent Sunday with her mother. Mrs Maude Blanchard of Lone Rock. Charlene Benson was a weekend visitor at the Kenneth Kee home at Clarion. Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlin visited Waldorf College at Forest City, Sunday, for the last day ot their 3-day Homecoming festivities. Her daughter Wandr. Jacobson and Loretta Thompson of McCallsburg won first place on the float they made. The float was in the form on a top and represented the Future Teachers Association. Wanda was also a member of the choir that sang for church services on Sunday. Conley Daniel of Ottosen is also a choir member. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth were Friday evening callers at the home of their son, Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth of Algona. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich, Edwin and Arland and Mrs Paul Berninghaus of Algona attended services at the Memorial Lutheran church at Nevada Sunday. Charles Anthony, the infant son of Mr and Mrs Gene Walston, was baptized at the services. Ruth Speich was a sponsor and Carl Johnson of Nevada. The group were dinner guests at the Walston home along with Mr and Mrs Fred Walston of Ames. Mr and Mrs Walter Bakken of Bode were Sunday evening visitors at the Oliver Lee home. Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Lee home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Maxwell and Debby Frizzell of Dows and Harry Dasen and Harry Jr. of Bode. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT WOW! WHAT'S COMING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31? CHEVROLET * * * * WOW! AT KOS8UTH MOTOR CO. ALGONA Bancroft Man's Fingers Injured Shelling Corn Bancroft — Roy MeGuire received two badly rut and bruised fingers while shelling corn at hi.-! home. He was- token to Dr. Egan's office for treatment. Gel Nurse's Caps Mr and Mrs Laurence Berg- Tin. Meredilh. Kenny and Larry. Mr and Mrs Richard 'Menke. Jan and Kay, Mr Cir-tus Dorr and Arliss. attended lhe capping of Donna Bergman and Alice Menke at St. Joseph Chapel at Sioux City, Monday. Burma and Alice. accompanied by Lavnn Winkel. Algona, and Pat Koliasch, Whittemore, spent from Friday until Monday with their parents. turkry dinner to bo held in St. John's Church basement, Nov 19. Mr and Mrs Thomas Lending an,-| u.rls of Ames .spent Friday Mid Sari;,-day with relatives here Mr and Mrs Laurence Berg- n>;;ri and Donna n!tcno,M a i,-i,,, ;'v reunion at the William Hughs ••'••'i>ie in Ernmetsburg Sunday. Mr and Mis Richard Menke and daughters were present for First Cornmuninn at Whilternore Sun- ciay in which Barbara Winkel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Winkel, was one of the comrnu- Honor Titonka Doctor & Wife Wed 59 Years Tifonka Dr. and Mrs Pierre Mr and Mrs Laurence Menke entertained a large group of friends at a dinner at their home Sunday evening. P!an<; are being made for the S;i:1or celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary and Mrs Sartor's 78th birthday with a family dinner and a coffee hour from 3 t.> 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20th. Mary Winandy and Dr. Sartor were both of Chicago and having lived there, and at Bancroft, and c:itne to litonka in 1918 where Dr. Sartor practiced un'ii ine past t'.vo years. T ; iev are tivin- br'rs of ' St. .Tocf.pVs Caihoiv church at Wesley. They have 4 doughters : M'-r- cedes (J. T. C'oylei ef Chicago, Magdeline (John R!H<'!i'i nf \V«,-- )f.-y. Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City ,-<nd Mary Ocstoivoicner of Titonka and two sons. Dr. O. J Sartor of Mason City and Anthony deceased. Present for the occasion were Dr. and Mrs G. J. Sartor, Mari- A n n. Ma»d heth. Julie Pierre. Mrs find Jimmy Mrs Francis temorp. Paul Mrs Joe Bosfenli'hii"r, Mrs John Wood, Mr and R'I'IVT: ine Bleich f \\Y-;h •-. M- ;>rr: ..onergan of Whit- Lonergan, Mr and Mr an and Mr-Mike Arend. Mrs In"--- Wolfe a!: of Algona: Mr and Mrs Hermar Dreesman of LiiVfrne. Mr fine' Mrs Paul Weber of Burl.. Mr anc. Mrs Tom f'-V-burner of Wesley, and Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermi ; ' of Titonka. Rev. L. N. Klein of Wesley anc- Mrs J. T. Coyle of Chicnco sen: eonrrntulntinns bv thyrsday, Oct. 24, 1$57 Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnw-9 Tlie Gift That Goes Everywhere .,»Lasts for Always Sometimes a gift pnHs up slofd away in a drawer. Sotnetiwtt • gift wears out. But the gift that will always please—always m«»ft tnoM- is your gift portrait! Let us make a fine picture of you now* Come in, or telephone for your appointment. Make appointments now — December is too late! Good portraits and picture work takes time. ISAACSON STUDIO Algona CY 4-2593 HEY MR. FARMER, TUESDAY, OCT 29, IS YOUR DAY- ALL TUESDAY-9 am to 10pm THE WELCOME MAT'S OUT AND THERE WILL BE FREE FOO ALL DAY FOR EVERYONE PUFF Br i n 9 The Family - Have Lunch - Have Supper I HJkCl Watch Your Mailbox For More News Of This Hot Dogs Coffee Doughnuts Milk Candy Balloons Cookies F.&-E-E SUPERSWEET PRIZES AT SPECIAL TRADE FOR OUR OPENING HHHIIIIHIIH^^^I SOCKET SET FREE WITH 1% TONS A $39.95 VALUE STEAM OR DRY IRON FREE WITH 1 TON A $15.95 VALUE POWER SAW FREE WITH 4'/4 TONS A $69.95 VALUE ANY REGULAR 1 TON PRIZE FREE WITH % TON Also Our Regular Coupons FREE IN EVERY BAG IN THE OLD SARGENT BUILDING, STATE AT C. & N. W. TRACKS & ?
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