The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1960
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T Tuesday, May 24, 1960 Algorta (la.) Upper Bes Molne«-7 LifePinsGiven Members, Seneca Group Seneca — fllakjer Womans Missionary Federation held a Memoriam program at the ehlirch parlors Thursday afternoon, Mrs P. H. Jensen had charge of the program assisted by Mrs Esther Jensen who sang, and Mrs Otto Wilberg as pianist. Life membership pins ivefe presented to Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs John Johannesen and Mrs Amey Cherland. Carnation corsages were presented to the honored guests and past recipients of Life Membership Dins. Convention reports were given by Mrs John Johannesen and Mrs Martin Wilberg. The Bible study was presented by Mrs Odey Cherland assisted by Mrs Amey Cherland. The group voted to hold a guest day on June 10. Hostesses were Mrs P. H. Jensen and Mrs Ted Jensen. Eighth Graders AtSentral Receive A wards Lon* Rock — Eighth grade Award Night was held Monday evening, May L3. Awards for various Activities were presented anei I). G. Keoppel, supt. of Sentral high school, handed out diplomas to the following studehts: linger fiaker, JoAnrie Brcese, James Bcrgum, Gary Berkland, Wayne Eimers, Richard England, George Bierstedt, Willis Bollinger, Brian Borchardt, Steven Berkland, Judy G e i t z e n a uer, Cheryl Gross, Donald Hanisch, Mary Hantclman, David Hend- rickscn, Gloria Householder, Dennis Howe, Craig Jensen. Bruce Johnson, Lynn Kerber, John Laage, Roger Leininger. Judy Lucdtke Johnny Lufkin, Jerry McArthur, Calvin Menz. Loren Menz, Shirley Osborn, Linda Ramus, Hans Schutt, Carol Shaw, Wayrie Stoebcr, Dennis Stucki, Shirley Sullivan, Daryle Zwicfel and Dennis Tippia Entertain Graduate* Mr and Mrs Elmer Hannisch following commencement cxer- following commencement evcr- cises at the Sentral School in honor of their daughter, Carol. Guests included the Kev. ana Mrs Farmer of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs L.ewis Breese, Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mr and Mrs Clarence Otto, Miss Jerine Meyering and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft. Carol was also .honored .Sunday evening at her home following Baccalaureate services. Carol will enroll at Drake University this fall where she will take journalism. Mr and Mrs Laurence Johannesen entertained Wednesday following Commencement honoring their son, Larry. Guests included Mr and Mrs Herman Struecker of Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs Roy Hinz, Mr and Mrs Jack Bch- rcnds, Mr and Mrs Manford Petersen of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Glen Mino, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Nelson and son of Ringsted, Mr and "Mrs John Struecker and sons, Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker and family and Miss Marie Struecker of Mason City. Larry has enrolled at Waldorf College, Forest City, and will gti there this fall. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen entertained following commencement honoring their daughter, Carol. Guests included Mr and Mrs Elmer Randa and family of Cylinder, Mrs Norman Quain of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Mclvin Norland and Mr and Mrs Robert Smith of California. Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson entertained following Baccalaureate honoring their daughter, Darlcnc.' Guests included Mr and Mrs Fred Rasmusseh of Rcnwick, Mr and Mrs Frank Looft of Fairmont, Mrs Elsie Vokaun, Ruth and Jim of Austin, Minn., who were supper guests at the Johnson home. The Rev. and Mrs A. W. Nelson family of Bancroft the George Wonkcs, Bancroft: the Gerald Angus familyi of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dolf and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Warren Jones and Mr and Mrs, James Hypes of Fcnton, Mr and -Mrs Charles Osborn and Mary Guill, who came for the evening. 103 A former Marcus resident, E. M. Gillette of Wenatchec, Washington, recently celebrated his 103rd birthday. He is the only surviving charter member of the Marcus chapter of the Masonic Lodge. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fcnton, Iowa Experienced Erhbalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence 4 Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 SECONDS, that's all it takes to mow a lawn — J2 minutes, 12 seconds for a medium size lawn with the amazing. The Seneca Thursday Club will ipect Thursday, May 20, at the- 'home of- Mrs Everett Witham. >^Irs Joe Crowlcy yvill have charge of the entertainment;'"., Mrs Roy Klein entertained the .tolly Jokers'Club at her home Thursday afternoon. . REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper toes Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Makes fast work of institutional lawns, too UNHEARD OF FEATURES l-'ull 32" cut FcatlicrliRlit and. immcuverablc Trims close, bolh sides Safest-small 8" blade* minimize danger of Hying objects Non-scalping design UufTled for smooth ejection of clippings Most Revolutionary Mower Today $114. READ'S EXPANSION SI LAST FOUR DAY Wednesday- Thursday - Friday - Saturday Fantastic Discounts for Quick Removal! CLOSE-OUT BUYS Chenille THROW RUGS Reduced to— $1.09 each Discontinued CARPET SAMPLES 18"x27" 98e ?7"x54" $3.99 Guaranteed against broken crankshafts • 4 blades for more power, liner (;ut HrlgRs & Suatton motor Down Payment Low As $15.00 STOEBER HDWE. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FINTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fvnton WEISBROD Impltmint Company HANTELMAN BUILDINa Dr. E. W. Rutk« DENTIST Offfico •hono 7t ftMideixelS The Fenton REPORTER The Only . PwWIion P«nl- t Ta . akes AH Interest In LLOYD M. BERKLAND „ jfc ^k^-*^M*L-.^ .jm^JIL^L— i fc^^A A^^^BBA Ant) Audio* Sofvto 2)3 Fenton, low* Modern, Contemporary, Colonial, Traditional Styles. Choice of 5 types — Pole, Tree, Pull Down. Table and Floor. **************** Our Reason for This Clearance • As announced last week we are in the process of gaining an additional show room next door.. Soon the carpenters will want to work in our present show room, too, which will be impossible unless we move out much of our stock. We must reduce our inventory to gain working space for the carpenters. IT'S OUR LOSS—YOUR GAIN! BIG REDUCTIONS! JUVENILE FURNITURE Up to 50% off on Baby Cribs, Pbrt-a-Cribs, Play Pens, High Chairs," Jumpers, Porch Gates, Pads, Mattresses, Strollers, Car Seats, Baskenettes, Infant Seats. Buy your needs now while savings are big. 10-50<7o -OFF- BARGAINS GALORE! MATTRESSES —AND— BOX-SPRINGS Clean-sweep sale on Floor Samples, including unmatched sets, full and twin sizes. By Sealy, Serta and SprihgAire.._ 10-40% - 0 F F - Recliners-Rockers 12 Stratoloungers reduced to move fast. Buy new for Father's Day at these reduced prices -$49.50, $79.50, $99.50, $119.50—some with vibrators. 20-30% OFF Style Chairs and Hi-Base Rockers in all th* new stylet and colors at . . . 20, lo 507. OFF LOUNGES In this department you'll find a Green Bumper Sofa, Brown TV Lounge, Biege, Brown and Gold Studios and a Brown Sleeper. 29,, - 30 OFF 9x12 HOBS Pad Included in this <Bf«at Buy! Only 6 'left. Were selling *pr $59,50. '38.95 CARPET SAVIH6S toecUl .dl»eo«n»» on ill. Oi'pvtlng. ex' A.^fLE i— 90, squfro viidc 'at C»rpet IN- STALtfD for only— WIN A RECLINER! -Free Registration- We're going lo give awav — absolutely free — a dandy TV Stratoroster Reeliner. Come In and regls* ter between now and 5 P.M. Saturday, lune IB. Will make Dad a wonderful Father's Day Gift. Nothing to buy! Foam-tilled, lip-off covers. Choice of shapes and sizes V.cro £3.95. BARGAINS GALORE! DINETTE SETS Entire stock of Kuehne Dinette Sets reduced TO to 30% during this Expansion Sale. Choice of small, standard and large sizes. Beautiful table top and chair cover patterns. 10-30% -OFF- BIG REDUCTIONS! DINING ROOM SUITES If you're looking for an extra good buy in Dirking Room furniture, 'here's the opportunity of the year. Tables, . Hutches and Chairs all included in this sale. TABLES - DESKS —BOOK CASES— —ROOM DIVIDERS— —RECORD CABINETS— Tables include all styles such as End, Corner, Lamp, Step, Cocktail and Picture Window. 10-20-30% OFF 'j<na.''<»>»>vAj^.'.'.'. READ ^Vell ) A-! ^ • . 20% down day of delivery. However, term* m«y ,be if desired. All sales tinall . and balance upon fjHMITWE West of SoiaHhou.e Square FREE DELIVERY! ARRANGED BY ' *>

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