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(la-) Upper DM Moine* Thursday, Sept. 16, 196$ MR. AND MRS. Paul Stranm and Delwin from Sabetha, Kans., visited Mrs. Strahm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber over the weekend. SATURDAY, A 6 o'clock dinner for 38 was held at Van's Cafe in honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Bruellman, West Bend, on their 40th wedding anniversary. Attending were Mrs. Bniellman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber, ner brother and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strahm and Del win, Mr. and Mrs. John Scuffham and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler, Mr. Bruellman's brother and sisters from Minnesota and Illinois, and the Bruellman's children, Harley, Donald, Eugene and (Elaine) Mrs. Bernard Wlchtendalil. THE PLUM CREEK Women's club met Sept. 8 at the home of Mrs. Harvey Jergenson, assisting hostess was Mrs. Ronald Gardner. The meeting was called to order by the new president, Mrs. Hollls Benschoter. Opening number was by Mrs. Mike Schmidt. Constitution was read by secretary, Mrs. Bill Marshall. Program on Iowa parks was given by Mrs. Marshall. Lunch was served by the hostess. THE CATHOLIC ACTION Guild of St. Cecelia's parish will hold their annual fall festival, Sunday, Sept. 19 serving from 4 until 7:30. MRS. TILLIE STEINMAN has received word from her son, Willie, that he is now a corporal and stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is also squad leader, with 17 men training under him. Next week he will again be raised in rank when boot camp training begins. He entered service Aug. 17. MRS. DON FERRIS and Mrs. Craig Smith were hostesses at the weekly ladles luncheon at Algona Country Club Sept. 8. Winners were Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. Phil Diamond and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. FRIENDS AND relatives of Mrs. Mary Carroll are invited to attend an open house, Sunday, Sept. 19, from 2 until 4 p. m. at 412 East Nebraska street. Mrs. Carroll will celebrate her 89th birthday. MR. AND MRS. Lewis Broesder, Lone Rock, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.Raymond Gerdes to North Dakota the first of the month to visit several of Mr. Broesder's cousins. They also went on to the Black Hills and the Badlands. ETHEL AND NETTIE Boal from Illinois visited Lewis Broesders for a couple of days and attended the chicken supper at the Good Hope church. THURSDAY DINNER guests at Lewis Broesders were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Broesder, New York. Afternoon guests were Alma Hildranrl, Ted Groens and family, George, Iowa. Supper guests were Marvin Broesder, Raymond Gerdes and Mrs. James Voigt and children. LEWIS BROESDER and family attended a family get-to-gether at the Titonka Cafe Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs.Stephen Broesder of New York. A wedding rehearsal dinner and party was held at the Jerry Jergens home Wednesday evening honoring Joan Jergens and David Barie. Bake Sale C. D. A. of Algona will hold a bake sale Friday, Sept. 17, at Hood's Super Valu store. Workers on this committee are Rita Frankl and Leona Henry, chairladies. Margaret Atherton, Margaret Beringer, Judy Burrows, Luella Collins, ImeldaEn- gesser, Wilhelmina Gillingham, Bertha Hardgrove, Yvonne Holtz- bauer.Eunice Kinsman,Catherine Krieps, Sharon Lemkee, Imogene McAtee, Helen Mikes, Eileen Muller, Margaret Palmer, Margaret Reese, Rose Scanlon, Jean Shey, Fern Stanton, Florence Valentine, Clara Weydert. Ice Cream Social The Union Township Boys and Girls 4-H clubs jointly hold an ice cream social at the Union Township Civic Center Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. Home - made ice cream will be featured and the public is invited. People read newspaper ads when they are ready to make a decision and to act—when they're ready to buy. Legion And Auxiliary At Burt Meet BURT - The regular monthly joint meeting of the Burt American Legion and Auxiliary was held at the hall Tuesday evening, Sept. 7. Dues for the new club year were paid. Elva Boettcher gave a report on the county auxiliary meeting held Aug. 10 at Bancroft. The Burt unit will host the next county meeting at the hall Nov. 9. The fall joint conference will be held at Livermore Sept. 2G. Members are urged to attend. Publicity chairman Gladys Hawcott reported on possible projects for the new year and considerable discussion on them was held. There will be no Sept. sewing meeting. Committee appointed to serve September Lion's dinner were Theela Chrtstensen, Jane Scott, Ruth Clapsaddle and Virginia Fries. R. 0. Richter, Burt, Redondo Beach, Cal., is making an extended visit with his son and family, the Robert Richters. Labor Day weekend guests at the Merle Schwietert home were their daughters, Shirley and Pat. "Von Ryan's Express Opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre THURS. Thru SAT. sirriMMR 16-ia ALGONA *•• D*M MM Ml UHCM MuMMA AflDREWS-SCOn-MOORE'KNQX RORYCALHOUN'V|G|ApYO LONCHANEY-WILflSHlNDIX B«CW * CHRIS1IAN NVBV *•,.*., t, SI[« FISHER TECHNICOLOR'TICHNISCOPf* ALSO SHOWN AT SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 SUN. thru WED. r SEPT. 19-22 ZOlkCPRWtnU WUM1S FRANh IINATRA TREVOR INSPECTION — Frank Sinatra, as a POW escapee masquerading as a Nazi soldier, Is stopped and Inspected by a Gestapo agent in this scene from "Von Ryan's Express," a 20th Century- Fox release in ClnemaScope and DeLuxe Color opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Trevor Howard is also starred. AMARKKOBSONPfiOOUCllUN RAHftEUACARilA GO Shirley is on the faculty at Iowa State University, Ames, and Pat is a student nurse at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines. Thursday supper guests at the Robert Richter home were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riddle, Pomona, Calif., R. 0. Richter, Redondo Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner, Eugene and Linda, Algona. Judy Mitchell left Monday for Iowa City where she will resume her studies at the State University. Kenneth Richter, Russell Bode, and Sandy Schenck left Tuesday for Ames where all are enrolled as freshmen at I. S, U. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Johnston, Jr. and family, Mrs. Wichal and Charles, Fort Dodge, were weekend guests of,parental Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Krohnberg, Wells, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Art Vaudt, Livermore, were Sunday supper guests at the Al Hinckley home. Perry, Karen and Timmy Steward, Iowa City, were weekend guests at the parental Walter Steward home. Patty is teaching at Montezuma this year. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce were Sunday guests at the Steward home. Denise Graham, Swea City, spent the weekend with her grandparents, the 0. H, Grahams. The Grahams were Monday supper guests at the home of the Bruce Grahams and took their granddaughter home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomsen, Iowa City, became parents of a son, Sept. 7. The little lad arrived at 6:45 a. m. at Mercy hospital, Iowa City, and weighed 8 Ibs. 10 1/2 oz. He has a sister, Michelle, who is visiting at the home of her maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thornsen, Denison. The baby'smother is the former Marilyn Hinckley. Mrs. Cecelia Scott entered St. Ann hospital where she underwent minor surgery Wednesday. Jane Barslou and Jean Wood spent Sunday evening with a classmate, Joel Chlpman, who is recovering at the Turner Nursing Home, Armstrong, from serious injuries sustained in an auto accident July 1 near Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel and Todd, Humboldt, Duane Hinckley, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Al Hinckley home. Lt. and Mrs. Jerald Skaggs and family left Sunday for Norfold, Va. after an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich. The Skaggs had spent two years overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline, Algona, became parents of their "WHAT WAS HARtOW RfAU_Y LIKi ? Y0W Con Find Out Soon At This Theatre/' Meet Ed Luedtke, Lotts CreeK This week's Country Neighbor is Ed Luedtke, 49, who farms 160 acres one-fourth mile east of Lotts Creek. Ed has 80 acres of corn, 35 acres of oats, 10-12 acres of pasture and some good hay ground. He is a son of Art Luedtke, who lives at Fenton, and the late Mrs. Luedtke and was born and raised on the place he is now farming. He is a member of the Farm Bureau, Lone Rock Legion and Lotts Creek Lutheran church and calls fishing and hunting his hobbies. He likes to hunt foxes in the winter months. Ed has 50 heifers which he feeds for market, 350 crossbreed hogs and 400 chickens - and prefers working with hogs as a Job around the farm. He also enjoys working on farm machinery. Ed was in the army for 42 months during World War n. Mrs. Luedtke is the former Caroline Peter and they were married in 1945. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peter and Ed and Caroline first met at the Peter farm. She is a member of the Ladies Aid of the church and raises flowers for a hobby. The Luedtkes have four children, including Gerald, employed at Eagle Grove; Alan, a senior at Sentral high; Rita, a junior at Sentral; and Mark, in the first grade this year. Ed has a brother and four sisters, including two who live in this area, Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Lone Rock, and Mrs. M'el- vin Theisen, Fenton. (UDM Polaroid Photo) ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE ... a most trusted name In farm equipment . . . located on U.S. Highway 18, just at the east, edge of Algona. "Service that Satisfies" is not just our slogan, it's a guarantee. For tractors, Implements or parts, we can assure you of the finest. You're welcome to drop in anytime. We'll be glad to demonstrate our equipment, and we'll be more than glad to answer any questions you may have. 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