The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1966
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14-Algeria, (la.) Upp«f Dei Meinw thuhtday, January 13, 1966 AROUND ALGONA imimflinoiii^^ BY RUTH SHIERK MRS. RALPH Moe returned Sunday from Anderson, cal. where she visited her daughter, Mary and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ganyon. Mrs. Moe traveled by train. ELLEN CARLSON entertained Friday evening in honor of the birthday Saturday of Gertie Oet- kin. Guests included Nada Dunphy of Whittemore, Beulah Richardson, Flossie Schoby and Frances Loss, MR. AND MRS. Perry Byam returned Sunday after a visit in McAllen, Texas, where they visited her father, Oscar Bellemann, Mrs. Byam's brother, Ted and family of St. Paul, joined the family there. Mr. and Mrs. Byam were gone about three weeks. MR. AND MRS. J. C. Everds spent last weekend with their son, Joe, Topeka, Kansas. Joe is a student at the university and expects to graduate at the end of January. MRS. EDITH Buchanan will have as her guest a niece, Helen Hoover of Norfolk, Nebr., who will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) to visit friends and relatives here. Among her hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan. MRS. H. C. Aillaud was guest of honor Monday at the home of Mrs. Gene Hood. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ralph Bauer of Whittemore, Mrs. Elmer Walter and Mrs. Don Prieskorn. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood spent a few days in Des Molnes where he attended a meeting. Mrs. Hood visited her sisters, Mrs. C. W. Conner and Mrs. Frances Bonder. MR. AND MRS. John Hartsfield of Fort Defiance, Ariz., left Thursday after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Norton. The couple teach on an Indian reservation. MR. AND MRS. Robert Moritz spent several days inDesMoines visiting a daughter. IDA B. THOMAS, former Al- gonan and now of Lake Mills, left Jan. 9 for Irving, Texas to visit her daughter and family, the Glenn Galnes. IN DUPLICATE bridge recently, four tables were in play. In first place were Dean Kinsman and Jim Harris; second, Jackie Muller and Mrs. Helen Lalng; third, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds; and fourth, Clara Zender and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. Jan. 3, there were five tables in play. In first place were Mrs. Jacobson and Mrs. Coslow of Britt; second, Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Clara Zender; third, Don Prieskorn and Dean Kinsman: and fourth, Phil Kerber and John Paul of Emmetsburg, Next play will take place Jan. 17 at 7:45 at the American Legion hall. BEL CANTO Music Club met yesterday (Wed.) at the home of Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, with Mrs. Melvin Bourne and Mrs. Fred Geigel co-hostesses. Mrs. Newton Coughenour presented the program about Leonard Bernstein. Mrs. Coughenour and Mrs. Rex Taylor presented a duet of Bernstein's compositions. RICHARD MITTAG, formerly of Algona and now of Jefferson, spent several days this week in Algona on business. EARL SARCHET of Milwaukee, Wise, brother of Mrs. Melvin Bourne, came Saturday and is spending several days with the Bournes and with Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain. MRS. MELVIN Bay entertained her bridge club last Thursday evening. High score was held by Mrs. Burton Harmes. SGT. AND MRS. Thomas L. Waldera and Shelly, who have been stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, for the past year, spent a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Waldera. Sgt. Waldera will report Jan. 16 at Fort Benning, Ga. where he will attend Officers Candidate School for the next six months. Social Club In Portland Twp. Has Late Party PORTLAND - Four Corner Social Club held a late Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Dwight Ruse. Those attending were lola Bartlett, Emily Larsen, Velma Nelson, Marian Spear, Hazel Carroll, Wyona Harms, Viva Ringsdorf, Agnes Stewart, Karen Ruse and Vera Fitch. After a short business meeting, there was a 50 cent gift exchange of secret sisters and they were revealed. It was then voted to have secret sisters again next year and names were drawn. After visiting, lunch of sandwiches, salad, pickles, cake and all kinds of cookies and coffee was served. The next meeting will be Feb. 1 in the home of Emily Larsen. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion, Jr. of Swea City went to Osage a week ago Tuesday to attend the funeral of Grandpa Champion. Mary Jane, Tom and Patty Lampe were home for the holidays. Mary Jane has been nursing in California, Tom is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood and Patty is attending college at Briar Cliff in Sioux City. Janice, a medical technician at ...I HAVE EXPERIENCED MANY INSTANCES Of BEING OBU6EP, BY BETTER INFORMATION OR FULLER CONSIDERATION,™ CHANGE OPINIONS F.VEN ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS,WHICH I ONCE THOUGHT RIGHT, &UT FOUND . OTHERWISE." Ft. Riley, Kans., did not make it home because of bad roads. The family was all sick with the flu over New Years. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mrs. Margaret Harms went to Mason City Tuesday where they visited Johnny Harms at Mercy hospital. Johnny was hurt while working on trees and his leg was broken in three places just before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson and family were New Year's supper guests in the Raymond Carlson home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach were New Years guests in the Alvin Klein home at Irvington. The Loebachs and Kleins spent the evening in the Raymond Kohlhaas home playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary, Norma and Harris, also Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson, Norman and Carol, were New Years dinner guests in the Phil Carlson home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. Harms and family and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harms and Marvella were New Year's dinner guests in the John K. Harms home in Titonka. Mrs. Earl Zwiefel called , Thursday in the Victor Fitch home. The Zwiefels are nicely settled in their home south of Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. Harms and family were Thursday evening visitors in the Herman Harms home. "We will never stumble on anything good while we are sitting down." Illlllllllllllllllllllllll ing Capers." Mr. and Mrs. Gene Peterson of Ft. Dodge, former residents of Titonka, are parents of a son, Gregory Lee, born Dec. 30 at Lutheran hospital, weighing 6 Ibs., 13 oz. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Harcourt, and paternal, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Titonka. Mrs. Arthur Rode is a medical patient at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Pvt. Roger Gerdis, who is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., spent several days at his home over the holidays. Ramsey Reformed women's circles meet this week, with Esther circle meeting Tuesdayi Dorcas circle Wednesday and Ruth circle Thursday. Car And Truck Sales Remain Good In Area New vehicles continued to sell like hot cakes in Kossuth county, with a total of 52 registered at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt during the past two weeks. Here are the owners: Chevrolet - W. S. Tjaden, Burt; Ferstl Farms, Algona, pickup; Algona Electric, Algona, van; Billy L. Hubbard, Swea City; Fred or Leota Geigel, Algona, R. L. Medin, Whittemore; C. T. Bjustrom, Whittemore; S. E. Henry, Algona, pickup; Gerald or Evelyn Ollom, Algona; Frank or Minnie Bleich, Wesley; Ivan Sunde, Lakota; K. E. Sunde, Lakota; V. J. Meyer, Bancroft; E. C. Farrell, Whittemore. Ford - Forrest McGregor, Bancroft; Cecil or Norma Federsen, LuVerne, pickup; Audrey H. Ruby, Lakota; T. G. or Verna L. Schutjer, Wesley; Elmer Dole Co* Irvington, truck (2); John or Ruby Dixon, Lone Rock, pickup; R. P. Sjogren, Algona, pickup; G. R. Farrow, Ledyard, truck; R. L. Steenhard, Swea City; Nina F. Kracht, Swea City; Arthur or Anne Peterson, Swea City ; Arthur of Anne Peterson, Swea City; John or Marie Rode, Titonka; F. E. Kent, Algona; B. J. or Marietta McGuire. GMC - Dr. D. J. Shey, Algona ; Whittemore Coop Elevator, Mercury - R. J. Hellman, Lakota; V. P. or Erma Elbert, Whittemore j L. K. Farrow, Ledyard; Clarence or Agnes Bauer, Ottosen; Elizabeth Ann Daley, Corwith. Olds - R. P. Erdman, Wesley, J. T. McGuire, Algona; Virgil or Meta Gunder, Algona; Mark or Florence McGuire, Bode; Margaret L. Kees, Algona. Buick - A. L. Cotton, Lone Rock;June or Louis Krull, Burt; Schultz Bros., Algona. Dodge - R. I. Mawdsley, Burt; L. W. Sowers, Algona; J. H. Geelan, Algona. Chrysler - Delia Welter, Algona; Arnold Gade, Whittemore. Plymouth - E. W. or Peggy Pilcher, Algona; R. K. Neu, Algona ; AllenM. Vanderby, Algona. PEACE CORPSMAN ferry Ebersole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ebersole of Bayard, arrived in India earlier this month to begin a 21 month tout of duty with the Peace Corps. He completed a three month training session on the campus of the University of Wisconsin before being assigned for Rural Health and Nutrition work. Terry was graduated from the Bayard Community high school in 1961 and from the State University of Iowa in 1965. * * * In an atmosphere of hydro* gen or helium the human voice sounds nighpltcfied and squeaky. This is due to the lightness of the gas. RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR MEN & BOYS DIAMOND'S Jacket Headquarters of NW Iowa TITONKA By Mrs. Mary Schroeder | Titonka Methodist W. S. C. S. held a 25th anniversary observance at their meeting Jan. 12. Mrs. John Isebrand led the worship. Mrs. Mary Budlong presented the lesson, "Memoir of an Era." Hospitality hostess was Mrs. Ray Hansen. Other hostesses were Mesdames Leo Richter, Arthur Peterson, Loren Burnett and Morris Givens. Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the library meeting room with Mrs. Duane Boyken and Mrs. Mark Iverson, hostesses. The lesson "Arts and Crafts," was presented by Mrs. CarlCallis and Mrs. Stanley Harris. Mrs. Richard Cosgrove gave a short talk on "Camp- STILL GOING STRONG - LAST CALL - SEE FOR YOURSELF! UARV Complete sale in our downstairs department!! SPECIAL PRICES ON • Mattress. Pads • Girdles & Bras • Piece Goods • Fieldcrest Blankets • Remnant Sale • Bedspreads • Gloves & Mittens • Jewelry & Purses Sheets and Cases Pillow Specials Pillow Protectors Linen Toweling • Towels & Wash Cloths • Infant Close-outs • Sleepwear and Lingerie Further price cuts in our upstairs "Ready-to-Weaf — REDUCTIONS ON DRESSES, COATS, SPORTSWEAR, HATS, ROBES, ETC, — Be sure to shop this big store wide sale all this week at ... THE CHRISCHILLES STORE "Beginning its 96th year of service to quality-minded area shoppers" READ'S ARE MOVING OUT! SAVE! SAVE! LIKE NEVER BEFORE AT THIS SALE! SEALY BOX SPRINGS REG. £49.00 to $59.00 NOW $29 88 MATTRESSES FIRM, SMOOTH, & TUFTED REG. $49.00 $59.00 $69.00 NOW $38 88 HOWELL DINETTES ROUND SETS REG. $139.95 NOW CHOICE OF COLORS HEYWOOD MAPLE SETS TABLE & CHAIRS REG $239.95 NOW $17888 6 PC.WALNUT DINING ROOM GROUP ROUND TABLE REG, $549.50 NOW$39988 CHAIRS CHAIRS LOUNGE $48.88 SWIVEL $58.88 HIGH BACKS... SOFAS AT CLOSE OUT ALSO IN PAIRS COLONIAL MODERN DANISH «» »' ° CONTEMPORARY NOW 198" . 239.00 NOW 178 88 198 3 reg. 249.00 END TABLES SAVE UP TO 50% '16.88 '24.88 '29.88 '34.88 MODERN - FRENCH * ITALIAN 2 PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE TRIPLE DRESSER & BED REG, $179.95 NOW $13g88 3 PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE DRESSER - CHEST - BED REQ, $239,95 NOW $17888 L TREMENDOUS VAlUiS '- SELECTIONS ARE STILL GOOD ON QUALITY ITEMS DON'T MISS OUR '5.00 TABLE -- NEW ITEMS EVERY DAY

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