The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1965 · Page 4
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4— Alpene (In.VUpper Des N.- V \t., AROUND ALGONA | WWMIWIIITO^ BY RUTH SHTERK IN OCTOBER play of the round robin bridge groups, sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary, in first place were Jan Schneider and Darlene Stephenson, 5,770; second, Peg Adams and Marabeth Ostwald, 5,270; third, Sally Gant and Sue Anderson, 5,180; and fourth, Mrs. Marie Kunz and Marie Hawcott, 5,100. Players are urged to get their scores In as early as possible after completing their play. - o - MR. AM) MRS. Wes Bartlett took her mother, Mrs. W. A. Foster, to Storm Lake to spend the weekend with the Bartlett daughter, Barbara, teacher there. Their son, Brett, accompanied them to Sioux City and spent the weekend with his brother, Bill, student at Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett attended a training conference of Kiwanis International at Sioux City. Bill and Barbara are expected to spend next weekend with their parents and the family will have Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. Foster. - o - MR. AND MRS. Dennis Waller of Des Molnes will spend Thanksgiving with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waller and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley. Victoria Bradley, student at Duchesne of Omaha, will also be with her parents, as will Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley, Jr. - o- JOHN BRADLEY son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley and a senior at Garrigan, spent from Thursday to Sunday last week in Chicago, where he attended a national convention of the Catholic Youth Organization. He was one of 10 from the Sioux City diocese to attend, with representatives from all states except Hawaii. He was privileged to hear the composer of a, new Jass Mass, and hear the mass performed. The composer is a Negro priest, and the mass has been performed only a few times, since it has been only recently composed. - o - MR. AND MRS. Jimmy Shipler of Garden Grove, Cal. are parents of their first child, a daughter, Sheila Jean, 8 Ibs., 15oz., born Nov. 12 on the 40th anniversary of the grandparents, the C. S. Shiplers. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr S.Stanley Muckey, Algona. - o - THE C. S. Shiplers celebrated their 40th anniversary with an open house at their farm home Nov. 14, with their children, the Bill Marshalls, Stanley Sorensens and Richard Shiplers, as hosts. Their other children are Mrs. Charles Mittag, Neosho, Mo., Cleo Shipler, Hobbs, New Mex., and Jimmy Shipler, Garden Grove, Cal. About 90 persons attended the open house and they also received phone calls from the children not at home. - o - BURTON HARMES left Monday by plane for Philadelphia on a business trip. He expects to return to Algona today (Thurs.) or tomorrow. - o MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet spent last weekend at Decorah with their son, Bruce, student at Luther College. Parents Day was observed Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Sundet returned to Algona Sunday. Next Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Sundet will be accompanied by their daughter, Sharon, and Mrs. Sundet's mother, Mrs. Anna Longseth of Ottosen. They will proceed to Spring Grove for Thanksgiving with Mr. Sundet's mother, Mrs. Nora Sundet. They will return later in the weekend. - o - GUESTS OF Mrs. C. C. Shierk last weekend were her daughters, Delthea and Ruth (Mrs. Anthony DIVenere) and children, Domln- ick, Madeleine, and Anthony, all of Schiller Park, HI. They arrived Thursday night and returned to Illinois Sunday. HERBST REAL ESTATE LAST WEEX — 2 SOLD, 1 NEW LISTING NEW LISTING — 2 b.droom, 415 N. Church Street, 1 bedroom, Va bath down, bedroom and full bath up. Oak floors, attached garage. Seldom do you find a home for sale in this choke location. SEE IT NOWI Acreage South of Algona SOLD Lot (with old house) on South Colby Street SOLD NEW PRICES ON THESE OUTSTANDING BUYS— Roomy « bedroom House, 218 S. Thorlngton. Close to town. NOW ONLY $8,500.00 4 bedroom, 2 baths, 9 E. Call St. Has commercial and duplex potential $9,000.00 3 bedroom, Ranch Style, attached garage, patio. Owner mu*t sell NOW , $12,500.00 OTHER FINE HOMES AVAILABLE: 3 bedroom, 915 E. Elm Street, a pood buy at $6 250 00 2 bedroom, 1309 E. Linden, nice kitchen _. $11,590.00 2 bedroom, 4 E. Kennedy, close-in . .. . _ _ $10,800.00 3 bedroom, l«/j baths, attached garage, fine family home. Owner leaving town .. ...__ $15,500.00 3 bedroom, New, 1609 E. Linden 5t., nev«r lived in $17,500.00 4 or 5 bedroom (or duplex), 2 b*th«, 321 S. Jones, complntely redecorated, well located to to*n and schools $12,900.00 5 bedroom Spacious Home, 704 E. Call St. $17,750.00 Be a Home Ownerl Call for information or appointment to see any of these fine homes. SEE Joel M. Herbs! or Ted S. Herbs! 295-3733 (Over Penney's) REAL ESTATE BROKERS NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT tooqe Wbui Old-World Innkeeping Hospitility is Rtvivtd Everything you ever imagined. Everything you expect is provided for your complete enjoyment and coin I on at the NEW Hyatt l.odye — Large Pecoiuloi-Designed Luxury Rooms. 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