Mr and Mrs Granzow were dinner guosls lost Sunday of Mr find Mrs Los Konyon. Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke spent Sunday nt Amos with Mr imrl Mrs Robert. Stanton. . Mr and Mrs Arnie Helle. Lansing, arc visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Chester WiHe. Mr and Mrs August Slagle had ns wrokend guests Mr' and Mrs hclby. Russell, Mountain Home, Ark. Mrs Carrie St, John left Salur- any for Columbus, Ohio to visit -?„., wet ' ks with Mr and Mrs William Kinsey. Mr and Mrs Art Cruikshank returned Sunday from a visit of a week at: Dos Moines with Mr and Mrs Holland Grefe. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason and daughter Susan spent lust weekend at Nevada with Mr and Mrs James Potter and family. Mr and Mrs Nels Isaacson and personnel of the studio attended a photographer's convention Saturday and Sunday at DCS Moines. Members of St. Thomas Episcopal dniiTh held a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose Call State park following the morning .services. Mrs Hazel Lusby, Mrs Elizabeth Post, and Evelyn Cacly are leaving Friday for a weekend visit at Davenport with Mr and Mrs A. J,<. Long. Kr"Mr and Mrs Howard French. 'j-ly of Phoenix, Ariz., are Mr and Mrs Herbert Rossie and at the con- the visit will visit rel- Frenc elusion 11 lives • Mr an Mr and Mrs Herman Funk and -/Irs Louis Hansen and children drove to Clear Lake last Sunday for dinner, a Mothers Day gesture for Mrs Funk and Mrs Hansen. In the evening the Funks were visited by Mr and Mrs Fred Funk, Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel were recently at St. Clair, Minn., visiting various relatives and friends. While there they attended the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs Charles Dousing. Mr and Mrs Ernie George spent Sunday at Albert City with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs E. O. Danielson. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck Sr. and Mr and Mrs II. L. G-ilmore spent the weekend at their summer cottages at Rapidan. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert spent Mothers Day at Ames with Mr and Mrs Gary Bernau and little son David. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster are going to Twin Rivers Thursday to attend the graduation of their nephew, Dennis Knutson. The annual Episcopalian convention was held May 12 and 13 at DCS Moines. Attending as delegates from St. Thomas were Ed Gilmore and Jack Chrischilles. Mrs Emma Crouch spent Wednesday at Humboldt with Frances Bradley. The following day she drove to Thor to visit her brother- in-law and sister Mr and Mrs A. J. Onnercm. Patricia Esser made her first Holy Communion in St. Cecelia's Catholic church last Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clifford Esser came from Mason City to be present and a family dinner followed. Mr and Mrs William Baker have received word that their son-in- law, Algene Handrickson, was recently promoted to Chief Petty Officer as result of navy wide examinations. Mr and Mrs Hendrickson live at San Diego, Calif, and Mrs Hendrickson is the form- er Owen fcakor. Mr and Mrs Webster Gillespie attended graduation exercises nt Hurt Friday evening. Their grand-, son Tom Kissner was among those* graduated and a reception for him was held at his home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hufzell and Mr and Mrs Roy HulzeH had the mother and brother and sister- in-law Mrs Daisy Hulzell, Adel, and Mr and Mrs Maurice Hutzel'l, Des Moines, as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs E. S. Kinsey re- Ceived word Sunday that a daughter was born to their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs William Kinsey of Columbus, Ohio. They have two other daughters and a son. Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey have been visited by the latter's sister Evelyn Helland, of Montebello, Calif., who concluded a visit of a week Friday. They have also been visited previously by Mr and Mrs A. T. Hovey, Inglewood, Calif. Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns returned Thursday from Magnolia, Ark., where they visited a week with Mr and Mrs James Burns and family. They also were dn Little Rock and visited Mr and Mrs G. D. Brundage, former residents here, and at Cedar Rapids they were with Mr and Mrs Homer Herwig. Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin and daughter Kathleen spent the weekend at Salem, S. D., where a family reunion was held. Others in attendance were Mrs Griffin's brother-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hallas, Mr and Mrs Kin Barnhard, of Salem, Agnes Redding and Mrs Grace McMahon, of Huron. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller were visited last week by their daughter Mrs Robert Coors, Palos Verdes, Calif. Mr and Mrs Fuller spent the weekend at Fort Dodge caring for the grandchildren, Krista and Jennie, while the parents Mr and Mrs William Fuller Just Pull This New Wax Bar Across Your Lawn WONDER BAR KILLS DANDELIONS AND ALL BROADLEAF WEEDS ' Leaves a thin film of wax-bated 2-4D that won't wash off, won't drift to shrubl or flower*. Treat! 20,00* •quara feat Algona Flour and Feed Co. wore attending a phofnpn-aphpr'fl convoption nt DCS Moines. Marilyn Palmer, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. Jnmcs Palmer, spent lu; weekend at home. She is completing her junior yonr nt 'wn Sl;ite University. Sunday VIr and Mrs Palmer, necompanied iy Mr and Mrs Nevius Cuplin, West Bend, visited Howard B;ir- [on who is a patient in St. Mary's liospital at Rochester. Mr Barton is supertendent in utilities at West Bend. Hold Confirmation Dinner, Wilberg Home, Fenton Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their' son Vernon's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg, John Andreasen, Manno Peitersen of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Klmcr Loo, Dclmer and Lonnie, Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs Maynard Lee. Mr and Mrs Mike Nelson, Mr and Mrs Harlan Nelson and Betsy all of Estherville hi-neighbor By Clair Blossom GARDENING FOR FUN You don't necessarily have to boast a green thumb to be inter e s t e d in g a rdening This can be a fascinating hobby with very salis f y i n g re suits. Have you ever e x perienc ed a small child rest 1 e s s 1 y . a w a i ting ''the first , «/<«„..,;„. f i flower to bloom for the seeds so recently planted. Nature performs one of her many miracles in this way. Share it with your children.. You will agree that it was worthwhile, it's worthwhile to take the lime and check over your present insurance program. If it's lacking in any way, make an early visit to his office. Blossom Insurance Vgency, 109 No. Dodge Street. Mgona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. Mr and Mrs H'nrry Bonnickson ond girls, Mr and Mrs Ktieben Larsen and Mr and Mrs Roger Larsen of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Joy Thomson, Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenny, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara. Sunday evening guests in the Kenneth Halverson home following Baccalaureate service were Mr and Mrs Melvin Bralrud and Marlys, Mr and Mrs Albert Ullc- stad, Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Jens ITalverson, Mrs Esther Jensen all of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg rand Miss Janet Walker. Six o'clock dinner guests in the Paul Eiglcr home Sunday were Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mr and Mrs George Murphy and children. Dinner guests in the Elmer Krause home Sunday in honor of Sharon's confirmation were Mf and Mrs Carl Carlson and family of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Tue»doy, May W, I960 Algono (la.) Upptr 0«i Molrm~3 Hh tfeluxt trtvtt CM* $2495 AC/DC with ffotery &/•</•• Give your man of the hour the largest* selling electric shaver in the world today -the new Norelco Speedshaver. •' "Here's why fie'/l lik» It: 'I. 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These 880 models also established Hew records in pounds of drawbar pull: 7998 and 8118. There's a lot more to see in the new record-breakers, extra units to make all your iobs go faster and easier. Come in and look over the new Power-Booster Drive, which increases pulling power almost one-thkd for heavy going...Power-Traction Hitch, which transfers more weight to the rear wheels to reduce slippage and save time...Powerjuster wheels and full-time power steering to save you. From every angle these powerfully smooth Oliver sixes" are your practical buy. You get such added conveniences as the restful, rubber spring seat...safety- switch key starting...sure, long-lasting double-disc brakes...and a single-lever, 6-forward-speed transmission at no extra cost. Get the tractor with euerytfiine-* the new 4-5 plow Oliver 880. BRADLEY BROS. 116 So. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-2421 BOYS POLO Shirts He'll wear HIM* all summer into fall, tool Wonderful stripe designs. Bound neckline. Sizes 4 to 12. 2 f or $ 1 LAST FOUR DAYS! anniversary sale COTTON NYLON HOSE Circle stitch cotton bras with adjustable straps. In A. B and C cup . . . Sizes 32 to 40 2 for $1 Summer sheers (60 gauge, 15 denier) in flattering beigetones! Self seam — medium length. Sizes 9 to 11. Each two pairs in poly package! 2 Pairs 77c KITCHEN TOWELS Fringed end, lint-free towels in dashing modern designs. Use for hands, dishes, or for smart decoration! GIRLS SUMMER DRESSES Lots of sunny suntan styles included. All wash n' wear fabrics. Complete sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. 1.99 TWEED SCATTER RUGS Each rug is a full 26 x 40 inches big ... with fringed ends and non-skid back. Cut pile surface with tweedy look. 1 PILLOW SPORTSWEAR 2-PIECE SETS What a buyl Fancy double border print cases of 140 thread count quality. 42 x 36 inches. 2for $ 1 Jamaica Shorts and Blousel 3.99 Sets thai usually would be,$5.98! A pair of Jamaica shorts and matching sleeveless blouse. Four different set styles to choose from. 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Featuring New PEWTER GREEN Solids and Plaids Crop Tops __ $1.98 Plaid Shirts _ $1.98 Solid Shorts _ $1.98 Plaid Jamaica* $1.98 Pedal Pushers $1.98 Solid Slacks _ $2.98 COTTON Petticoats Shadow panel sanforized white half-slips with eyelet embroidery hem — small, medium, large, extra large. 88* BOYS SPORT SHIRTS Neat but colorful prints in these sleeveless sport shirts for boys from 2 up to 18! Pre-shrunk. K^H'i'1 Richly polished wood bowls for your summer salads! Full standard size. BOYS Briefs little Champ' boner briefs of soft but durable knit cotton, lays size* 3 to 14. 256 TOWELS CANNON IATH TOWELS in bright, colorful flower prints, 20 x 40 inch. Practical big towels that have AA* a dash of smartness OvC FACi A HANP TOWilS to match in the same colorful flower designs! JA A In thick, thirsty weights "KfC MATCHING WASH ClOTHS so you can have complete bathroom sets. These are extra large, too. Curtain Panels Just look at this tiny Graham pricel Easy-care no-iron marquisette panels in snowy white with handsome self pattern. Generous 42" width, il" length. -. -- -i. - ;. uol 99 Grahams FABRICS Choose from Den River Ginghams. Scotch guard fabrics. Gilbray cottons. Pamper* ed Cottons. Bor* der Prints II You'll find fas. cinating patterns for any summer sewing you have in mind! PER YARD SUMMER DRAPERIES Choice of white, beige, rose in these Trulon drapes with wide-spaced lurex stripes. COTTON Sanforized cotton in snowy white with shadow panel. Eyelet embroidery bodice and hem. Sises 34 to 44.
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