The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 24, 1965
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AROUND ALGONA MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp jiad as pests recently the latter's hephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. frames Stewart, Cocato, Minn, ither guests at another time spent the day were Mrs. Minnie Isenberger, cousin of /Irs. Klamp, Mrs. Warren Isen- ergef and Nellie Loux, Clarion. MRS. ROSE fflgsbee and Mrs. I Walter Klamp were dinner guests hast Saturday of Mrs. Lottie Isen- Ibergerat Burt. Mrs. Isenberger I is an aunt of Mrs. Klamp. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby spent Sunday at Jackson, Minn., and helped celebrate the sixty- first wedding anniversary of Mrs. Nasby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg. They were joined by Mr s. Nasby's brother Calvin Nyborg and wife and their son John Nasby, all of Jackson. Calvin's birthday was Monday, so it was a double celebration. £=. MR. AND MRS. William Anderson had as dinner guestsSun- day the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. andMrs.Wllmer Larson and Delores, Boxholm, and Mrs. Esther Carlson, an aunt, Madrid. MR. AND MRS. W. H. Bramn- dow were visited Sunday by their son Lloyd and daughter Dena, Fort Dodge. Lloyd came to do some hunting. MRS. JOE Lowe entertained the Delphian Society at her home Tuesday. On the program was Mrs. Theo Hutchison, who talked about her recent trip to Europe, especially about countries which other members have not visited. MR. AND MRS. Al Quintard will spend Thanksgiving at Rochester, Minn, with the sister of Mrs. Quintard, Mrs. Margery Medhurst, who has recently undergone surgery. MR. AND MRS. Jim Egli and children, now of Mineral Wells, Tex., and former Algona residents, were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nm, Foth. The Eglis then went on to Manson to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. MR. AND MRS. Don Hutchison returned yesterday from Kansas City where they visited their daughter Nancy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton. Re-, turning with them were Mrs. Newton and Elizabeth and Kathryn, who will remain for a week or more, Mr. Newton and their son, Michael, have left to go to their new home in St. Helens, Oregon, a short distance north of Portland. The family has their new home picked out and Mr. Newton will make preparations for his wife and the daughters to join him there. Mrs. Newton and the girls will plane out after their visit with her parents. Mr. Newton Is with Shell Chemical Co. Win A Color T-V Set WE'LL OPEN IN OUR NEW BUILDING AT OUR REGULAR LOCATION 110 E. STATE Friday, Nov. 26 WILTGEN JEWELRY WATCH FOR OUR IN THE NEAR FUTURE Hey. Dad! It's about time to start thinking about giving Mom those hours " of leisure with a Westinghouse SPE2A FREEDOM... from piles of dishes to be washed after every meal... • More hours to spend With the family and in other happy activities. • The joy of having big holiday meals and festive get-togethers without a nagging thought of dishes to be washed! P This is THE GIFT for Mom! NEW 5-CYCLE CONVENIENCE... pre-sets'Oish- washer for Fine China, Dishes, Glasses, Pots- Pans, Mixed Load or Rinse,-Hold. Plate-Warming setting, too. ELEVATOR TOP RACK ,,, lifts up to allow for easy loading. EXCLUSIVE SANITIZER ... assures 145° wash and final rinse... sanitizing double-fan drying COMPLETELY PORTABLE... just snap on faucet connector, plug-in. Rolls about easily. EXTRA CAPACITY,., holds 12 complete table settings. OWA 1KIRIC mmm towwes One Algona family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell and their three children, couldn't believe it early Saturday morning when they were notified they had won a color TV set in a drawing which closed a successful open house at Electronic Specialties here. Mrs. Purcell, whose name was drawn, ami the children, left to right, Danny, Debbie and Tommy, are shown above with the firm's owner, Gene Faulstich, standing behind their new 21" Admiral set, which was delivered to their house later in the day. Mr. Faulstich termed the open house a complete success as many persons from this area visited his firm on Diagonal street to see the lay-out, have a cup of coffee and register for the free TV. Mr. Purcell is shop foreman for the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) gona. Unable to attend were Gary Pearsons, Des Moines and Judy Gerber, Minneapolis. Tommy Larson was leaving for the Air Force on Tuesday so the dinner was held earlv. LANCE JOHNSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and a student at Iowa State University at Ames, arrived Monday evening during a semester break and will spend this week with his parents. James, student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls will spend Thanksgiving with the family. Wayne, Jr. (Reb) is now in Bankok, Thailand. Tortoise shell combs are made from the shell of a tropical marine trutle. "Kossulh County's Favorite Newspaper" HOSPITAL NEWS Nov. 16 - Admitted: Earl Kinsey, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. James Coarly and baity, Burt; Mrs. Ida Schumacher, Whittemore; Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona. Nov. 17 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis, Algona, boy, 8 Ihs,, 11 oz.; admitted: Rol>ert Wilhelmi, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Epltert Helland, Fenton. Nov. 18 - Admitted: Delmar Platlie, Bode, medical; William Capesius, Bode, surgery; Thomas Hauptmann, Bancroft, acrkient; dismissed: Mrs. Paul Thilges and baby, Algona; Amey Cherland, Mrs. Ella Cherland, Lone Rock. Nov. 19 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenkinson, Algona, girl, 5 Ibs., 6 oz.; admitted: Harold Mosher, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Tim Vlpond and baby, Algona; Robert Wilhelmi, Bancroft; Mrs. Kay Peters and baby, Algona. Nov. 20 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. James Ritz, Algona, boy," 6 Ibs., 11 1/4 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Meyer, Algona, girl, 71bs., 6 oz.; admitted: Kenneth Schiltz, Bancroft, accident; dismissed: Mrs. Vera Ringsdorf, Burt; Mrs. Wilma Kinden, Algona; Thomas Hauptmann, Bancroft; Willie Ricklefs, Titonka. MR. AND MRS. Harold Cowan flew from Omaha Wednesday and will visit a couple of weeks with Mrs. Cowan's brother, Dick Dale and family, who live In the Los Angeles area. Dick is a prominent member of the Lawrence Welk musical "family." MR. AND MRS. LeroyCrapser have had recent word from their son, Major Charles Crapser, stationed at Viet Nam, Melkong Delta, that he is to have a five day rest period and is to spend It In Hong Kong. He was to have been back in the states in December or early January, but he is not too hopeful now as the war has taken on larger proportions. He has a most favorable opinion of the Vietnamese, whom he deems intelligent and most worthy of our support. GLEN SNIDER was at Rochester, Minn, a few weeks ago for a check-up and was home for awhile. He was recalled recently for further tests and was accompanied by his wife and daughter Ellen. -—MRS. -FRANK";Vera-and .her.: Ib. rather, T«d"Hagen, n haveYre-'o turned from Moline and Rock Island, m., where they visited' •their brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl.Mull- arkey and Mr. and Mrs. Al Hill, respectively. Enroute home, Mr. Hagen stopped at Clear Lake to spend several days with his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schram. MR. AND MRS. Gordon Kuhn were visited over the weekend by their son, Bob and family, Ankeny. DARREL J. DOWNS has been attending a sales 'manager's training and review session being conducted at the Moorman Mfg. Co., Quincy, m. He is district sales manager for that company in this area. MR. AND MRS. A. J. Eischeld had pre-Thanksgivlng guests Sunday in honor of their son . Merlin who left for Army induction Tuesday. Guests were his sister and family the Marvin Kramers of Algona. Another sister Mrs. Herbert Knecht of Charles City was unable to be here, as a new daughter Theresa Ann had arrived on the 10th. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Knecht of Charles City, Mrs. Arnold Knecht of Elma, spent some time with the A. Elscheids as they came to attend the funeral of C. A. Derner, a relative of Mr. Knecht, GUESTS OF Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Everds for Thanksgiving will be their son and family, Mr, and Mrs, David Everds and Susan of Allison, their other son, Joe of Topeka, Kansas, and Mrs, Everd's mother, Mrs, Mary Kelly of Britt, IN DUPLICATE bridge play, in first place were Edith and Delia Welter; second, Heide Ferguson and Bertha Thuente; and tied for third Clara Zender and Kathftrine Gil more and Mr. and Mrs. •>, <J, Everas, Next piay will be Dec. 6 at 7:45 at the Legion hall. K. THOMAS SPECHT, son of Mr, and Mrs. William Specht, left Monday for Spencer, where be joined the U, S. Air Force. MRS, THEO Hutchison will be at Cedar Rapids for Thanksgiving and will be joined there by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Ted Hutchison of Des Moines, They will be guests of Ted's wife's parents, Mr; and Mrs, George Startnan. MR. AND MRS. Leighton Misbach went to Mason City Tuesday evening to meet their daughter, Mary, student at Iowa University, Iowa City. She Is spending the Thanksgiving weekend with her family here. SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a student at State College of Iowa, arrived today (Wed.) to spend the holiday weekend with her parents. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn and Mrs. C. C. Shierk, Jr., were Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shierk, Stephanie and Scott, Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Fred Geigel will spend Thanksgiving with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt atFenton. DR. AND MRS. A. J. Eason will spend Thanksgiving with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Potter in Nevada. They will be joined there by their other daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ogland of Indianola. MR. AND MRS. MilesSlonlker, Darole and Kim left today (Wed.) to s^ehd the weekend with 'her mother, Mrs. William W. Senne, Kenosha, Wisconsin. KENDRA SEELY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely and a student at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, is spending the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents. THE LLOYD GERBERS entertained at a family Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. Those attending were Mrs. Chloie Simpson, Stanley Simpsons, Louis Simpsons, Richard Simpsons, Anton Persons, Duane Larson all of Wesley, Dorothy Simpson, Des Moines, Robert Lewerkes, Britt, Art Larsons, Buffalo Center, James Larsons, Mankato, Larry Pearsons, Titonka, Kenneth Donovans, Donny Donovans, the most enchanting lingerie she could ask for! Case enjoys being a girl ... and what woman doesn't ... you can be sure site loves pretty, feminine lingerie! And you can be sure to find the gift to her from our wide selection of robes, sleepwear, undies and at-home fashions by the most famous names in intimate apparel. S QUALITY NAMES YOU KNOW Purses by Garay & "Letlsse." Jewelry by "Kramer" & "Pakula." Lingerie by "Kayser" & "Lorraine." Hosiery by "Belle Sharmeer" & "Hanes." Girdles and .firas by,.'!Formfi1" & Warners." Blouses by "SweeTAdellne" 8, "Ship 'N Shore;" Orion Knit Wear by "Aileen." Dresses by "L'Alglon", "Mendels," "Louise Alcott", "Mynette" & "Kelly Arden", and "Nan Leslie" In Junior Petite, Juniors and Misses. • Suits by "Bytte Knit" & "Betty Rose", regular and half sizes. • Coats by "Jo Moor" & "Betty Rose." • All-Weather Coats by "Great Six", "Betty Rose" & "Lanson." • Sportwear by "Personal" & "Phil Rose of Calif." GALAXY ; OF ' GIFTS A mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm\ A turn of the dial brings the At any hour of the day or night your telephone operator is very much at your service. She's ready to help in an emergency, answer your questions, assist with your calls. And you'll find the same spirit of service in the installer who calls at your home, the service representative at the business office, and other telephone people. Northwestern Bell in Iowa

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