The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 2
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Qa.) Upfttf Pit Moin«« Tuesday, May 10, 1960 Mr and Mrs Gale Sfockwell recently visited Mr arid Mrs William Tillman at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Harold Miller spent Mothers Day weekend at Omaha, Neb. with their daughter Shirley. Mr and Mrs Nels Anderson spent Mothers Day at New Hampton with the former's mother Mrs Ole Anderson. Mr and Mrs Faris Miner were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Melvin Miner and sons Bill, Jim and Dick, Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Walter Heerdt and Mr and Mrs Dale Blair and Marjorie were at Manchester lust Friday and Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs N. H. Bolin, parents of the women. Mrs Dena Boekelman and daughter Henrietta drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday and visited the former's sister Mrs W. H. Winter. En route home they stopped at Elmore, Minn., to see Mr and Mrs Hugo Sleper. Mrs Mary Buenger was visited Friday by Mr and Mrs Roy Buen- yi.T. West Bend. The Roger Whipple's S-year old son David is convalescing from T & A surgery performed May 2 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Earl Miller and daughter Marilyn spent Friday with the mother Mrs C. N. Robinson and daughter Mildred Robinson. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ashton are being visited a couple of weeks by the letter's mother Mrs Susan Fishbaugher, Harmony, Minn. Mrs C. N. Robinson and daughter Mildred spent the Mothers Day weekend at Spring Valley, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Earl Miller and family. J. M. Car.ro!!, manager of the local J. C. Penney store, and Dick Lundquist, lab technician at St. Ann hospital, left Saturday morning on a sightseeing trip that will take them to Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C. Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Harry Quinn at Woden. Mr and Mrs John Sires had as Mothers D;iy guests Mr and Mrs Robert Daniels, Des Moines. Mrs Al Agena spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at Garwin with her mother Mrs Dora Kohwciv Mr and Mrs William Carney went to Rochester, Minn., fop a visit of a few days with Mr and Mrs William Whordn. Mr and Mrs Walter Boeckholt and Cheri spent last Sunday at Buffalo Center with the former's mother Mrs Anton Boeckholt. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley have been visited by Mrs Bradley's mother Mrs William Vonderhaar, who concluded the visit Saturday. Mr and Mrs Richard Burt were visited recently by the latter's parents and uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J. B. Hardy, of Greene and Mr and Mrs Brett Dishong, Cedar Rapids. Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray were visited last week by the latler's mother and aunts Mrs J. L. Delmore, of Roseau, Minn., and 1 Mrs Frank Kohautek and •'Fay Frick, of Yankton, S.D., respectively. James- E. Sheridan, an army reservist, spent a few dbys recently with rys parents, Mr and Mrs J. P. Sheridan, here, after he completed basic training. He will be stationed during the next three months at Fort Meade, Md. where he will be in military intelligence. After that, he will return to his former job in Chicago. MEET THE * "Princess" Cheryl Houchins will introduce you to the Princess telephone — the newest and'smart-> est in the telephone family. Meet them both at FRIDAY 2 'TIL 5 P.M. 7 'TIL 9 PRINCESS CHERYL .will tell you all about the Princess of telephones — how it will enhance your decorating scheme in every room and express your own good taste. ,t ^ different—that's thp new IMnccss. telephone. It's little: Inkcs up less space- on lablo, desk or counter. It's fovcly; This ultra modern tic- sign Is available jn fwc colors —-beige, white, blue, pink and turquoise. It lights: Lift the receiver and (he dial is flooded with light. Flick a switch and it glows softly;throughout ihe night. BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Mr and Mm Petrf Celling are being visited thii week by Mr and Mrs Dale Collins, Kathy, Karen and David, Lake Charles, la. Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom had as dinner guests Mothers Day Mr and- Mrs R. S. Blossom and Mr and Mrs Sigurd Fardel, Forest City. Mr and Mrs Perry Byam were visited over the weekend by their daughter Joan, a student at Iowa State Teachers college Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Warren Andreaion held as guests Mothers Day weekend Mr and Mrs Ray Whartoti and Mr and Mrs Ronald Wharlon, Hampton. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus and family attended funeral services a week ago Saturday at Austin, Minn., for Mrs Baldus' grandfather, John Stromer, 86. J. F. Milder, manager of the local Thermogas company flew to Chicago last Monday and remained there till Friday attending a national convention of company mangers. Midas bermand, son of Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand, left Sunday for Los Angeles, after a week's vacation visit here. He is employed by the Rand Corporation in Los Angeles. He flew both ways. Mr and Mrs Walter Bocckholi and Cheri recently visited Mr and Mrs Kenneth Percival at Spirit Lake. On the way home, they stopped for a visit with Mr and Mrs R. C. Porter, former residents here. Mr and Mrs La*rr«nc« Huitftll and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell spent Sunday at fiarlharrr at the home of Mr and MfS Sheldon S(rorr>. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell were visited a week ago Sunday by Mr and Mrs Russell Hester, Earlham, and Mr and Mrs Scott Thompson, Redficld. Mr mid Mrs H. M. Smith, Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit and Charles were dinner guests Mothers. Day of Mr and Mrs M. K. Cullen at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn had as guests Mothers Day Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn and children and Mrs Leota Halpin, Des Moines, and Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein and Ricky. Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom were visited Friday by Mr and Mrs Harold Walker, Delavan, Minn. They also visited the respective mothers, Mrs Bessie Walker and Mrs Daisy Cook. Mr and Mrs Carl Bowman had a phone call from their son Larry who is in service at Boston, Mass. He told them he was being shipped out May 15 to Greenland where he will be stationed till September. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman went to Des Moines last Sunday where the doctor attended an Iowa Dental Ass'n. meeting for three days. Mavis Anderson, Dr. Hoffman's assistant, went also and attended the Iowa Dental Assistants meeting at Hotel Kirkwood. Mrs Anderson is North Central District Trustee. Mrs Earl Bowman Mid her mother Mrs'Eliza Angle spent a day last week at Ventura with Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier and family and Clear Lake with Mrs Angle's sister, Mrs Alice Mayfield. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Huttell spent a week ago Sunday at Moline, 111. with Dr. and Mrs Leroy Johnson. The Johnsons will be going to Bell, Calif., a little later where Dr. Johnson will take his internship. Charles Clement is hospitalised at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, and was visited last weekend by Mrs Clement. , It is expected he will be home next week. Mrs Clement is being visited by the grandaughter Christine Gerling, daughter of Mr and Mrs Grant Gerling, Hun^boldt. Mrs Marie Ogren was recently met here by her daughter Mrs Evan Alger, of Indianapolis, Ind., and with her flew to Scotsbluff, Neb., to visit another daughter of Mrs Ogren, Mrs J. N. Higby. Mrs Alger pilots her own plane. From there they flew over Montana and- Idaho and had a wonderful view of Mount Rainier. Mrs Ada Malueg is leaving May 20 for Homewood, 111., for a visit of a few weeks with Mr and Mrs E. K. Huber and family. While there her birthday, May 26 the birthday of her granddaughter Kathy, the 25 and Kathy's high school graduation will be celebrated in one party. Kathy, 19, a senior at the Flossmer high school has been selected for membership to the National Honor Society. Her sister Marjorie Ann, 15, of the same school has also received this honor. To Denver Meeting Mr and Mrs Harold C. Sundet will leave May 13 for' Denver, Colo, where Mr Sundet, local agent, will attend the.State Farm Insurance Career Club meeting at the Hilton Hotel. 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Pcbblclone ^ ,^>v itf^.-V.' .-f il '• Mosaic Electro Stardust A FREE GIFT TO EACH LADY WHO VISITS OUR FLOOR COVERING DEPT. FRIDAY or SATURDAY! JACK THORBURN, factory representative, will be in our store Friday to tell you more about these floor coverings. FREE REGISTRATION 2 9X12-FI. SANDRAN ROOMS Visit our i|*ro any lime Friday or Friday nif-ht during Primeu Oay and register • for a Grand Piliet — afcs»M«ly »ree, N« pvrtnasi no««s»ary. If you *»«'! «»me to Friday, wt'll allow you to register Saturday until f P.M. when winner* wlH 0* an. neumed. There will M 2 winners. ' * PRINCESS SPECIAL A PRINCESS TELEPHONE (including installation and rental) FREE for 1 year .... with »•• piirthaie of a LIVING «OOM SUITI 0« ilftROOM SUIT! (priced at $W.9J or m.rt), TM$ lP««i*J •»»«* e»o«| fUjpAY «HQ..MIMV NI«HT ONLY -r> for pewnt bftae *'¥•* ky NertliwtiUm (Ml. i|llIIIIIIIIIfMIII1MIIIIIIIIIIIII|lUllfllHMIIllllll)lllllllJiMIMiiMfti(r**«|»ii(fpii>iiiii«ifii»iiff»if ••••*•*

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