The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 17
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Mrs Grace Breckbill has been visited by Mr and Mrs Charles Siddall, Newton. Mrs Frank Devltt has returned from California where she spent the winter with relatives. Mr and Mrs Alvin Peterson drove to Thor Sunday to visit Mr •and Mrs Richard Seversen, Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Perclval>at Spirit Lake. > Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman were Visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs William Oliver, Eagle Grove. Mrs Carrie St. John and her sister- Mrs 'Lillian Lauritson attended the Home Show at Humboldt Friday. Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser were vjsited a few, days ilast week by their daughter Mrs John Milward, Charles City. Mrs Harold Peter and daughters Lori and Lynri. spent Wednesday at Woden with Mrs Peter's mother Mrs Tena Johnson. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuchen rduther and family spent Sunday at Marshalltown with Mr and Mrs James Kuchenreuther. Mrs L. H. Robinson returned Saturday from Grinnell where she had spent several days with her mother Mrs Minnie Rowe. Mr and Mrs Paul Lemkee re> cently drove to Princeton, Minn, to visit/Mrs Lemkee's parents '•Mr and Mrs Wendell Jensen. \Mr and Mrs E. L. Wolcoli spent Sariday at Colfax with Mr and Mr&Frank Woods and family. Mr Woc&s is a son of Mrs Wolcott. MrXand Mrs Harry Greenberg haye returned from a visit in Topeka, Kan., with Mrs Greenberg's parents,\Mr and Mrs David August. ' .. • Mr and Mrs Erich Willrett and the letter's daughter Judy John- sqn, spent Sunday at St. Cloud with Mr and Mrs Charles John CIRCULATION! he Algeria, UppeV Des Molnes ssue of Marth 29, 1960, went nto the homes of 5,292 FAMILY SUBSCRIBERS And was read by a few hundred nore), 9 OUT OF EVERY 13 FAMILIES N THIS TRADE AREA SUBSCRIBE TO THIS NEWSPAPER 1 New Bride Is son. Mrs Rose Bilyeau, Mrs Ros Loper and : Mrs Carrie St. John spent Sunday at Whittemore with Mrs Frank Schuller, nee Alven Schallin. Dr. and Mrs A. J, Eason wer visited over the weekend by ,M and Mrs James Potter and child ren who also spent some time a ithe' .parental Dr. Ray Potters. Mrs Clem Cavanaugh was guest Easter at the H. E. Cavan aiigh home, 1 Clarion. The rest o the week was spent visiting ]Bnd ItetiCavanaugh at Fort Dodge.' Mr and Mrs Alfred Schere were visited over the 'weekem by Mr and Mrs Bud Nelson an Marjorie, Clean, Mo. They als, spent some time with other relatives. . Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane will have as guests over the Mother's Day weekend, their daughter, Mrs Fred Weinbusch, her. husband and family, from White , Bear Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs James Kolp and Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst are leaving Sunday for Davenport to attend an insurance company convention. They will be gone a couple of days. ' Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock and David, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Jake Swit- ters, Wall Lake, .and Reinhart Stienblock, Fort Dodge. An eight pound, nine ounce daughter was born Palm Sunday to Mrs Carol Kay Moore, of Winnebago, Minn., and has been named Trudy. Renee. Mrs Moore is a former resident here. Mr and Mrs J. I. Merryman were visited Wednesday by Mrs Freda Nicol, Milford, and Mrs Blanche Holcomb, Osage. They had just returned from a three month sojourn in Florida. Mr and Mrs Dale Law were visited last week from Friday through Sunday by the former's mother and sister Mrs John Law and Mrs Paul Nicky and Fonda, Moravja. • Jimroie and Billy, 3 year and 11 month old sons of Mr and Mrs John Spencer, have been sick the past few weeks with, whooping cough but are now improving, Mrs S. E. McMahon was visited last week from Sunday till Tuesday by Katherine Kain, Des Moines. Miss Kain is employed in the offices of the Federal Income Bureau. Other guests of Mrs McMahon were her son Maurice, Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs Robert Gormley and Tinimie, Arlington, Minn., who were here for the weekend. Silas Harris, 90, former well- known banker at Burt and Fenton died recently at Chevy Chase, Md., where he had been making his home with his daughter Vivian and husband, Mr and Mrs Paul McCrea. At one time he was associated witfc the financial board of Coe College, Cedar Rapids. His wife was the late Gertrude Fame, pf Mr and Mrs Frank Mrs Kaihryn Mahoney recently | attended 1 First Mass in Chicago of a cousin, .James Ferrigan, who was ordained Mar. 19 in .•. San Diego, Cal. Enroute home she stopped at Blairsburg, la. to visit a daughter. Mr and M*rs Marlin McCullah lad -as dinner guests Sunday the atter's parents, Mr and Mrs James Jensen and Roy, and the grandmother Mrs Robert Starkey, araettinger, Mr and Mrs Ralph VTcCullah and Mr and Mrs Darrell Eaton, Ruthven. Newcomers club held its annual "dinner meeting at Van's Cafe, Apr. 19. Bridge and' 500 were played with high prizes going to Sue Brokaw and Donna Buckert, respectively. Door prizes were won by Betty Hill and Julie Winkel. Mrs Nell Potter has returned from Des Moines where she visited relatives, Mr and Mrs David McDonald. At Ames she visited I Mr and Mrs Scott Moore and Mr -and Mrs Victor Applegate and at Waterloo she was with Mr and Mrs Daryl Swartz. •,. St. Ann Tag Day will be May 13 with tags being sold from-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mrs James Milder is chairman and Kathleen McEnroe, county captain. Committee members are'the Mesdames Art Glaser, Colleen., Richard Norton, Lewis Ferguson, Howard Beardsley, Don Ferris,.Mark McGuire, county chairman, and Miss Helen Dingley. ' Mrs Clarence Morrall and her sister.iFl6rence, Bell^ of a ,Eagle Grove? have returned from Tor-' rence, Calif., where they spent several weeks with, Mr and Mrs Harold LaVier.' The son Robert, a student at the university at Iowa City spent his Easter 'vacation here. Other guests at dinner were Mr and Mrs Bernard Morrall, Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Ed Willcins and Mrs Twilla Bartholomew left Friday for Bull Shoals Lake Ark. The Wilkins will visit. Dr. and Mrs A M. Amunson and Mrs> Bartholomew will visit Mr and Mrs G. D. Brundage at Little Rock, Ark. Enroute home they will stop at Rogers, Ark., to see Mr and Mrs Ward McWhorter and at Independence they will visit relatives. They plan to be home May 8. . . At Whiffemore Wmttethore — A miscellanebua shower was held Apr. 22, in .St. Paul's Lutheran church in honor' of Sharon Johnson, Algona. 500 was played, Mrs Theodore Meier won high, Mrs Clair Bollinger* low. In bunco, Mrs Sav- erirt Opheim Won high and Carol Ostwald low. Mrs Clarence Macu: mbef won travel prize. Miss Johnson became the bride of Charles Ostwald Apr. 24. The bride received many .useful 'gifts and lunch was se'rv-' ed by ijie hostesses. Home After Trip Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert returned home • Tuesday night .from their second trip this year, having • traveled through the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin. r - They visited Mr and Mrs Russ Chisteder, in , Stillwater, Minn., and at the home of Mr and Mrs Denny Nevelle, the former Rosella Oliver, formerly of Whittemore, in Spencer, Wis. Enroute home they stayed overnight with Mr and Mrs Solomon Savage who have a resort at Pequot Lake, Minn. wefe Mafjoric. Behnkfe, Balgernan, Ellen Maahs, Lornn Ewoldt, Shirley Simonson, Mary Fouss, Arm Vaudt, Norms Gade, Lorraine, Butzke, Duane Met* 2ger, Eldbn Meyer, Allen ,Zu« mach, Maurice Carlisle, Craig Zimmermann arid Arthur M6g« ler. Mrs Leo Mormantt also went as chaperone for the girls. Donna Ostwald- and O^y Ca |' berry, who also are 1960 ( graduates, were unable to take the trip With the other students. ; Elmer J. Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Elbert Sr., arrived home Friday from Cheyenne, 'Wyo., for a 14-day furlough from the air force. - . ; , Mrs Anna Drone of here en- terdd St. Ann hospital, Algona, Apr, 26 as a medical patient. Stephen Dietrich, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Dietrich entered St. Ann 'hospital, as a medical patient /April 26. Mrs Anthony Busherfeld, Mrs Eida Simonson and Mrs Leo J. . Elbert attended the Clay County Rural. Women's Guest Day, at Spencer Monday afternoon. , Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda entertained the South Side 500 Club Thursday evening, Mrs Peter W. Kollasch Winning high, Mrs Amanda Ruhnke low and Mrs Anna Behnke travel. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Robert Kain have a new daughter, born Apr. 21 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. They now have two boys and a girl. Mr and Mrs Gary Elbert are parents of a boy born Apr. 26 in .the Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg. They now have three boys and one girl. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. Former Swea Girl, Married Swea Ciiy — Nancy Lee Johnson, Chicago, became the bride of A/3C Larry Woods in a double ring ceremony Apr. 23 at the Methodist church at Clear Lake. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs Gavl Johnson, Clear Lake, formerly of Swea City and Master Sgt. and Mrs Dale Woods oi Georgia. ^ Dr. John DeLong of Clear Lake and Rev: S. H. Hammer of Gil* more City performed the candlelight ceremony. • i Mr and Mrs'Woods are both graduates of Swea City "high school;. Mrs Woods attended Weaver College at Kansas'-City, Mo. and has been employed at American Airlines in Chicago and will resume work with Ozark Airlines at Mason City. The bridegroom is attached to the air police. Airman Woods livert with the Ralph Angles and attended high school here. He is a grandson of Harry Angle of Fairmdnt, a former Grant community resident. W.S.C.S. Tea The WSCS will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. Rev Farmer will have ehnrfic of the prayer meeting. There will be installation of officers. The WSCS Silver Tea, a climax to the attendance contest which the circles had, Will be held May 6. New members will be received lit this tea. Church Convention The 92nd annual convention of the Iowa conference of Augustana Evangelical Lutheran church and the first annual convention of the ALCW began here Sunday evt% ning and . continued through Wednesday afternoon, The con- Tuesdoy, May 3, i960 • Algono (In.) Upper P*» MolrtH-jl ference delegates and pastors met at the tmmanuel Lutheran church and the ALCW met fit the Methodist church. Pastors and lay delegates representing the 64 churches of the Iowa conference, of which the First Lutheran Church of Algona, Immanuol at Bancroft find Swea are members, began the conference with a communion service. Beauty Contestant Mr and Mrs Louis Stenzel attended the Forest City Beauty Pageant at Forest City last weekend The Slenzel'9 daughter, Barbara, a student ' at Waldorf College, was a contestant. Mr. and Mrs Earl DeZceuw of Orion, III. became the parents of an 8 Ib. son Apr. 26, The lad had been named Tim Andrew and has a four year old sister Delilah to welcome him. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson of Swea City. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Esteron 99 STOPS WEEDS ...saves moisture and fertility in corn, small grains and pastures Troublesome weeds can rob your growing crops of needed moisture and soil fertility. Now, you can stop this loss in your corn, small grains and pastures with Esteron 99* ... a versatile, easy-to-use 2,4-D that's more effective than old-fnshioned materials . . . kills a wide range of tough brondleaf weeds easily and effectively. Discover for yourself why more farmers use Esteron 99 than any other brand of 2,4-D. See us today. 'Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company REINIES GROCERY ST. JOE, IOWA To Chicago Supt. Leo Normann took the senior class to Chicago Thursday for Skip Day. They left here nt 2 p.m. on a chartered bus. Those who went from the 1960 class Now you Know! The answer to everyday •insurance problems* . By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION; Dpe.s the ;'M,ysler- ious Disappearance' clause in a theft policy mean you don't actually have to prove a missing, item was stolen in order to receive payment for it? ANSWER: Yes, if the circumstances point logically to theft, the insurance company will pay without insisting on proof. • if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office-, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation, of any kind. L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 HEADQUARTERS FOR Stereo, Hi-Fi, Television, Tape Recorders! FEATURE OF THE WEEK: Clarence Morrall and her 8JSVB f Mrs Florence Bell Eagle Grove, went to Spencer Thursday to attend the funeral service ipr Robert Limon, 6, son of then s^rs^f^S » ter ^^o^t Fr wt drowned when'be was permitted Sy ab^y «itter to wade in a l»ly pL! which was thought to be * *ow. $19995 WEBCOR ROYAUTE ' HI-FI TAPE RECORDER « Roolly portqbU-w«i9h* • « «•>« h 'fl h W only 20 lb». • »8-watt amplifi«r •» Will record and play back » Grey with handiomf ..tnooourolly at oil 3 tp««d» aluminum trim Beecher Lane Appliances CY 4-3613 ALGONA GIFT Just four short days left to select that special gift for your Mom! So come to Graham/s where you're sure to find it. We'll guide you to our special Mother's Day gift items. We'll give you careful assistance in making your selection, anyplace in the store. And we'll gift-wrap your purchase and make It all ready for Mother's Day giving! We'll do all this because . ... well, just because .../'Moms Love Gifts From GRAHAM'S" Straw, Plastic or Leather She'll Love a Summer Bag! So easy to choose a handbag for Mom here at Graham's, because we have types and styles for every age Mom .... just the summer bag to suit in these new straws, plastics andleathe ! :. $1198 to types Cotton or Stretch Shortie Gloves - They're For Mom ! Every lady, young or old, relishes a new pair of these crispy cool-looking summer shoijtie gloves . . . especially nice in frosty Whitel Also pastels and smart black. Long gloves QI flfl also .! J>I.UU and A Glittering New Pin or A Whole Glittering Set Spark Mom's summer costumes with a touch of glitter — in a new pin- clip, or ear rings. Or choose for her a cool set of summer jewelry, in white or a frosty pastel. Lots at Graham's C I f|f| for $liUUand What Nicer Than Frilly, Frothy Handkerchiefs ! Hankies are low cost gifts that pleasel These are 'Swiss-made' types of hankies, scalloped edges, lovely and lively gay prints, sprightly lacy types and so on. 5 1 QQ New at Graham's MAKE IT GRAHAM'S You'll Find Them in GRAHAM'S Lorraine Lingerie LORRAINE GOWNS — made of shining, shimmering rayon, these lovely Lorraine Gowns (the most beautiful you can buy!) are a handsome tribute to Mom on her day. Richly trimmed with lace, in choice of azure blue and geranium rose. Gift-boxed, «Q QO of coursel I>V*9Q LORRAINE SLIPS have the very accurate fit and the special Lorraine styling t.ha* women adore I They have lovely feminine lace trims at bodice and hem. In a lady's favorite white! Browse Around in Graham's Big Downstairs GIFT SHOP There are actually hundreds of gift suggestions in this romplete downstairs Gift Shop ... items for table, kitchen, wall, parties, all special occasions. Modest in price, tool Kayser Standard Sheers (51-15) PAIR Kayser Service Weight (51-30) PAIR Kayser Evening Sheers (60-15) Just Look At This Stocking Selection! $1.15 $1.15 $1.35 $1.35 $1.35 $1.65 $1.35 $1.65 Kayser Special Service (60-30) PAIR ___________________________ Kayser All-Stretch Sheer Hose PAIR _________________________ Kayser Over-The-Knee Stretch Hose PAIR _________________________ Kayser Seamless Sheer Hose PAIR _________________________ Kayser Party Extra Sheer (open heel) PAIR ________________________ Give Three Pairs in a Gift Box! LORRAINE PANTIES — the same wonderful Lorraine quality in ladies & misses panties — they are noted for beautiful fit. Select several pairs and you'll have a gift Mom will Uke- if they're OQ A Lorraines! --WWV VISIT ALGONA AUTO SHOW, FRIDAY, MAY 6 A NEW DRESS FOR MOM How Wonderful You'll please Mother immensely if her Graham gift box contains a charming new summer frock next Sunday . . . and it's no trick to make such a selection at Graham's. Come to Graham's balcony where we'll be glad to help you make a 'dress gift' $6-98,0 $17.98

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