The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1960
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t, k. 'iy'efttaA,- mariagdt a* iha FSdefal fcartd Battk. Ass'n of a^hd Fores" City; returned Friday from a 2-day regional con- l,of mariageriTand appraisers hcdiMit Des Molnes. There Were fcboui 60 in .attendance. „ » « " • R. E.. Sl«wa«, prtsidinl 6f Graham Dipt. Stores, and Mrs atewartrwere weekend visltbrs in Algona, white..Mr. Stewart as a Selfefeate attended.the annual Convention of the Iowa conference of fe AulustST. Lutheran Church, held at SWea City. The Graham stote headquarters are in'Ottumwa. The Swea City, convention began Sunday rtnd is to end Wednesday/ ^ . Club 189, remodeled and rebuUt after a fire some months back, 6fflCially opened last Saturday evening at "its location a mile south of Algona on Highway 169. The steak house will open daily at. 6 p.m. and Is closed Sundays. , » Mother's Day Is almost here - Sunday, May 8, io be exact. At Carson's special purchases have been made in the gift department 'forthis event" as announced in more detail elsewhere an today's paper. • , , » A new ad series based on information about diamonds is being ed bySharp's Jewelry ... Law offices will soon be operating er siUnnTer ?me schedule . .. it's a big Super Valuannversary sale this We* at Hood's artd a special four-page section m color with this issu? gives complete.details. ^ Olson Varivty has installed a new department handling garden and nursery stock ... a, complete remodeling project is to start soon. •«,.,*. Bits of this and that . .. Algona Flour & Feed enjoyed a steady stream of visitort last Friday and Saturday at their Open House following remodeling . .. summer weather makes Umdjrlhe summer rii-psi festival at Penney's ... at Graham's the. featured item is sportswear . at the Chrischilles Store it's a basement sale of dresses. George Balluff, chairman of the "Afler-The-Prom" committee of adults, reports that donations to finance the event had totaled^ about $225 the lore part of this'week. The all-night program is arranged independently by the,parents' group. It is hot school sponsored. 2 New Arrivals At Lone Rock Lone Rock ; — Mrs , Dairy] Householder and infant son, Daniel Lee, returned home Apr. 22. The baby was born Apr. 18 in Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He weighed 6 Ibs. 10 ozs Mrs Wilfred Radig and infanl son, Deion Mark, returned home Apr.-23.. Deion Mark was born Apr. 18 in St. Ann hospital, Al- Vona, and weighed 7 Ibs, 12 oz Surprise Parly Mr and > :Mrs,,:Walter Thpmpson and,famiiy : and Mr .and Mrs-War;, reri' Thompson and .family,;; -Mr and Mrs Willard iThompson and family, Mr and Mrs Ralph™ Thompson and family and Mr and .Mrs James Elsbecker sur prised Neva Thompson at «• birthday iparty Good Friday evening . ,.,''-. Infant Baptized David Allan Hurlburt, infant son of Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt, was baptized .Apr. 17 in the Methodist church at Fenton with Rev. Harvey Walker, officiating Dinner guests in the Hurlburt home following the baptism were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls, Mr and Mrs Dale Schrooder and family, Mr and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt and family and Mrs Frauka Schadendorf of Lakota. Mrs Lawrence Rath assisting hostess.. The lesson Was presented by Mrs Roy Jensen. Margaret Fischer spent the weekend in the parental Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer home. A surprise party was given in Wallace McArthur's honor Sunday evening. Callers were Mr and Mrs Ralph Harberts, Mr and Mrs Carrol Potter and Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Algona. Sunday guests in the Everett Hanna home were Mr and Mrs Jake Smith and Cheryl of Burt and Mr and Mrs Sumner Parsons and Barbara and Viola and Frances Ann of Burt, D. W. Smith of Burt and Mrs Gregson and Patti of Algona. lircle met in the noon In the' Everett Hanna home were Mr and Mrs Henry Wiemari of Sanborrri Mr and Mrs P. T. Hanna of Sioux Falls, were Wednesday luests in the Everett Hnnns lofne. , ,,., , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Brartdow and Mr and' Mrs Ellsworth Brandow of Algona were Friday 'vening callers in the Harvej Larson home. , Monday callers in the Arden lovey home were Mr and Mrs I. T. Bunkofske of Algona. Herman Rowenhoi'st'of Orattgp Jity was a visitor in the Art 3 riebe home Wednesday. . Mr and Mrs-Ed Bos of Chldagfi were Saturday guests in the Law- •ence Newbrough home. Mr and Mrs MelVin Miene of Charles City were Sunday guests n the Jim Long home. Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin wene also guests. Mr and Mrs Robert Baxter of Ruthven were Thursday guests n the Leslie Baxter home. ' Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer and Bryan of Algona were Sunday guests in the A. A. Kruger non-it* Mr and Mrs Bill Faulstidh o! Whittemore and Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger were Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Schultz iome . • . Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and •hildren were weekend guests in he Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker iome at Indianola. Mr and Mrs Alfred 'Schultz of Ottosen and Mr and Mrs Gordon Jlanchard and family of 'Mason City were Sunday guests in the tfaiide Blanchard home. Mrs Amy Hines of Toledo anc Mr Ben Sloter of Troy Grove II. were callers during the week n the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were Sunddy callers in the home of Mr and Mrs Dean Jergen'son, Al- ;ona. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough were Easter guests in the Lawence Newbrough home. Mr and -Mrs Paul Anglen of Omaha, Neb. were weekend uests in the Glenn Householdei iome. "i •' ",,,' i?'Jl . c ^ •?<'./.•: The Romaine Circle of the Presbyterian church met in the Andrew Thompson home with 'Thursday^fwith Fern-.^ Krueger assisting hostess. Mrs Ernest Jensen presented the lesson. Sunday guests in the home oi Neva Thompson were Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Charles and Howard, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and, children and Mi and Mrs Willard Thompson and family. Mr and Mrs .Jack Quinn' were weekend visitors in -the home of Mr and Mrs William Weatherly at Pipestone and also in the Mr and Mrs William Mouw home at Ward, So. Dak. Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards visited Mr Morris Bilsborough in the hospital in Britt. Mr and Mrs Milford MitcheF and Mrs Duane Habeger visited in the Ross Brownir\g home al Forest City recently. Mr and Mrs Mitchell attended the silvei wedding of Mr and Mrs Eldon j Rhoadcs of Depew Sunday. I Coffee guests Wednesday fore- SIOUX- STEEL BUILDINGS AMERICA'S FINEST LINE OF FIRST QUALITY STEEL BUILDINGS And Do Club Net April 21 Irvingion — Mrs deraid was hostess to,the Club" at her home 1 Guests who attended „—.... members Were Janella 1 • WSgftfef Rita Plathe, Caroline .Kunkel & Eunice Wagner, ' .. .«, -i\, Cards were played arid a lunch* eon served. Wilma- Af'rtdorfer and Dolores -Kramer - tied; tot high prize and Jariella .W&gnSi 1 ,was low. Next meeting,,, 'held at the home -.'„,, , 4, on sfey I*/'; ' c • Eldon All'fna'fi * ,o! spent'the weekend'if ^ '.at his pafaft^Mr ftifd ,&* Altman. feldori Is eiritfldyed' with the North Central Alf ;LlneSt -.;; , Mrs Wm, Bait' and daughter f amela returned td thefr Hdifte at Fort Carson, dale,, ori tTrntrS'* days Trip home ,was madr.b'y 'train from DBS Mdlfies. - • Mr and Mrs George . skare- daughter, Georgia Aftft.,artd sdni "John of Brlceiyn, Minn. • caliejj on friends here . Saturday) ert« route to Forl Dodge , td -spend weekend with relatives. ' .. • , Mr and Mrs Ed Buntenbach df .Garner, Iowa were dinned guests at the home of Mr and .Mrs Get 1 -aid Frankl Sunday, A£r,"24. ..' Kathleen Bird of Iowa City, la is spending, this Week with her grandparents, Mr and' Mrs Elmer Dole. ' ' v New Commercial . f%«i'6ft.-* Howard M. sts'n- has Been fitted by the Sen- tnl school board. He Will teach commercial subjects and* serve ai guidance counselor, the position recently fesigfted by James, HjK • toAA ' i f omllnsoft Is a graduate of C<)8 dollege at Cedar Rapids' arid, HaS a master of arts decree from Colorado State. His ekperiencie includes 7 years at Olhv Iowa, where he taught commercial subf jeets and coatShed girls' basket', ball. He .was at Lansing, Iowa, for 6 years, the last three,. as superintendent. • • , ' He is married and his two daughters will' be In high school, one a jUnlorj ohe a senior. ••OUX. STtMONf HHIUIUWW • Strength To Last A Life- iimel • Flexibility To Fit Every Need! • Low square-foot cost for machine storage, livestock shelter, grain storage . . . Sales room, office, warehouse, and many other commercial uses. t\OVJl STfff SIOUX- JUU PRODUCTS -JtOUX- 0PM fKQNTtUUOUM FOR DETAILS And A SQUARE DEAL E. E. (Bud) Robinson General Contractor Bancroft Man's Mother Passes Bancroft — A. M. Schraudt received word Friday noon of the sudden death of his mother, Mrs Julia Schraudt, Stacy ville. Mr and Mrs Schraudt and family attended funeral services and the wak e 4 ov^er., .:the r i weekend. Mr BchraudtA operates-the c? Creamery icre;. • /'. •• ; . •' - • • '•• Brother Succumbs Frank Mescher received word Thursday of the death of his Brother at Dyersville who had jeen ill with cancer for several months. Mr and Mrs Mescher went to Dyersville to attend funeral services Monday. Hospitalized Richard Merron, son of Mr and VIrs George Merron, underwent iurgery at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Tuesday and returned ibme the following day. Laurence Kemna went to Des Moines Saturday for a medical check up at Veterans hospital. Mr Kemna underwent back sur gery several weeks ago. FENCE-RITE *, t_ ' " I ^^M|^ J *" ' l B^^^^^^^^^^ ," 'SISW; New Arrival Mr and Mrs Arthur Welp are parents of a son born April 21 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Alice Menke, Donna Bergman and Jean Wildorman, who spent the weekend here, returned to Sioux City Monday. Mrs Perry Torino left Saturday for Omaha, Neb. to SDCIT-I the weekend with her daughter and i;imily, the Fred lludsnns Monday she left from Omaha for an extended visit with her son Lyle and family. Lyl<; will leave May 2 for Japcin. He is in the navy and has been living in California for several years. His wife Patricia and daughtci Dawn will remain in California Burt Girl Has Leg Surgery At Mason City Burt — Karen Steward, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Steward underwent surgery on her left leg at Mercy hospital Mason City, Thursday. Karen suffered a blood clot in her leg while at work in a hospital at Hazelcrcst, III. shortly after New Years. She has been confined to her home here since. 1001 NP. Main St. CY 4-3374 Prom Held The annual Junior - Senior Pioni was held at the Burt Community School April 22. The theme of this years Prom was "A Southern Plantation. Norman Carlson, Jr. Class president, was the toastmaster. Townsendites Meet The Townsend club will have a meeting Tuesday evening a 7:30 at the home of Wm. Carnej 603 South Wooster Street. Topi for discussion will be "Why th Townsend tax rate would be th same for everybody." ELECTRIC FENCERS ; . . with the ' H /C/ip Ofj* ACTION I ELIMINATES NUISANCE SHORTS 'Eliminate! Nuiunee Shorh' Midel "90" ! t IS Volts. 60 Cycle, AC Wisconsin and Oregon approved. Built-in lightning arrester and short indicator. Clips weeds off and ts effective on dry ground. The best quality, . fencer on the market. Rve Models to choose from— BATTERY AND ELECTRIC • Mad.l "80" ., 115 Volts, W cycle, AC MOST FOR YOUR MONEYl Buy with confidence— 7 ONE YEAR GUARANTEE Saflsfaefton or your money bade. tTS SHOCKING THE MONEY YOU CAN SAVE IN YOUR 'CURRENT' FARM PROGRAM with FENCE-RITE 'ELECTRIC'FENCERS. (t'« the .perfect stock control, weed control, pasture control system farmer* or* turning to all over the country. FENCE-RITE'S "Klip Off" acHon dtps off weeds on contact without shorting out your fence wire . . ... controls ALL stocfc by shock In any weathei- or soil condition. FENCE-RITE Is the only approved weed cutting fence controller made. Come to and ask for circulars and Weed Kllpplng demonstration. 1 Electric Service Systems, Inc. 1330 Qulney St. N.E.< Minneapolis 13/ Minn, —SOLDiY—. V We Have . Your > Replacement Batteries Insulators AllYour Electric Fencing Needs CULLEN HARDWARE State St. Algona CY 4-4630 Dies Word was redeid n the- death-of Gail C- April if IBM at dttM following surgery, gall Brother of Lloyd" Smith, Mbihes formerly LuVerne. LuVerne msny years toW their mother 1 as he was employed by the late Barney ffiner. the Smiths were originally from Corwrth. :'Algdnei4-H x • April meeting of the AI. 4-tt boys club was held at n ^^K,BKl lfl d j fibi(f.^itt««kaAye. t * HC V*Vll'J' r S 'i,V -Of. *fc* » Mr' were nonoreu-'<w«" *••» s>"ifni>t oarty on their 46ih( Anniversary Suriday^evenittg at their Komoi A total of 31 guests,-Mcluding Mt and Mrs William CarHey, MrS John Briggs, Mrs"-;Marian Hen* nessey a'ttd rMr' anC-MrKGedrge Brbesder, Algeria) rffiffrlrVjuri'. Gents From D lead* Zinc, and filaniam WNITF EXTERIOR PAINT fte*. $5.50 Value <m» 99 , 5 GALLON PAH ONLY $18.88 Leader AU^Purpdfte WHITE PAINT Perfect for fences, out -buildings, or primer coat. • ' 5 GALLON LOTS SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT truly a beautiful paint to work with tuia see. dO'SS •satnuniJ' ui 3 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 5 'GALLONPAIL ONLY $19.50 iff?' vou've probably heard the one about a feller v«lio "fell in love with a dimple, but made the mistake of marrying the whole gi|" DON'T LAUGH - you could make the same mistake^ .^ When choosing a big ilem like wives (even washers and dryers) it s easy lo be 'distracted — by a dimple or a flash of fancy trimmings. Sometimes it's only after you-get the purchase home that you: realize the "tnmimngs don't necessarily make the buy a good one. TRY ONE in your SO KNOW YOUR BRANDS. KNOW YOUR NEEDS. And when it comes to making a purchase of a vyrasher or dryer be sure you buy from a dealer who's likely to be around when you need PARTS and PROMPT service . . . backed up by trained men and.'the latest in equipment. IN THE ALGONA TRADE AREA NORTrj IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER'S REPUTAJION FOR "BACKING UP" ITS SALES BY REPUTABLE SERVICE IS AN ACCEPTED FACT. home for size! lrrTW«T*r=lL-«^Sf*P l^SlHSsHfe-v. iJ&>. ... SO IF YOU'VE A WEAKNESS FOR "DIMPLES" BRING YOUR WEAKNESS TO NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER .. WHERE YOU'LL NEVER BE SORRY YOU "MARRIED THE WHOLE GIRL." New 1960 General Electric FILTER-FLO Washer BEST WASHER MADE MODFL WA-1050T only G-E has a fully automatic BLEACH DISPENSER t}-fc la the tineet Antor* mitlc Washer made.! Cqgta less to own—less t(J operate — and it'j guaranteed by the world's largest ipaker! [V Clothes Last Longer IV Clothes Never Wrinkle y Require Less Ironing V Delicately Washes Silks, Woolens and Synthetics V Uses Less Detergent V Less Water NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE ^^itj^F wa^ifMfHf i^^w ^ ?^^^w ^wpp^^^w ^^^^ ^^* ._ ALGONA YOUR G.E. DEALER CY 4,3818

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