The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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AROUND ALGONA Mrs Olio Schmidt is hostess to her sewing (Tuesday). club this afternopn Mrs C. B. Murtatjk is a patient at St. Ann hospital, from a bad Cold. recovering —o- .Mr and Mrs ftobeVl Holtzbauer are the parents of a daughter bom Friday at St. Ann hospital. ! Mrs Mart MeCall has as her guests her duaghter, Mrs James Griffith and City. son. John of Sioux Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes had as their weekend guests Mr and Mrs Jim Costigans of Kenosha. Wise. .! : Mr —o— and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and sons, Jim, Dick and Larry are on a ten day vacation,in'the westertt 'states. • - ' ' Mrs J. P. Smith: will be hostess to the Happy'Birthday club FH-. da'y afternoon.; , '• ' . >: : ~0 — ' ' * Ella Thompson was dismissed Friday from'St. Ann hospital'after being a medical patient there for, several weeks. ' *"^w— ~ •. '. f t : ;; ; t Mr and Mrs M.: H. Honsbruch had as their guests Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Jay Lory of Rockwell City. IVIr and Mrs Joe Collier - Have purchased' -thk ; former ' Robert' Barhes home tin Grove street and will5>move in July?l. i\]\?,. Mrs Harold jCowan' 'was < disr misled from; St. •, Ann .hospital - Friday Sfftqr; being .a' medicaL pat- aentlthere>for'a'Week. 1 \ '< '. ' M V Mrs Frank Sterling twill be hostess, to the!Big Six ,-birthday club at aspot-ilufik! lunchedrf Thursday.' The fahh^versary being felef brated is MrsS W. J. Sigsjjee's.* i | * Mrs Al AgenaiaXd; Mrs;H«lan Si^sbee went to Corwith Friday evening for a guest night of the lowan'atelubj .'Mrs.iSigsbee: i*as speaker,,.:.'.;..::;.. -.\ . Mrs Phil Diamond, Mrs \Hazel 1 Schneider, Mrs Sigr;d Lundh and, Mrs. Harriet Heiter are entertaining at a shower Wednesday evening for sJenei Meyer- at .the home! of Mrs Diamond. jMiss Meyer, the daughter of Mr, and Iflrs Francis Meyer of Truesdale.'will be mar- 3ul#17i to Ben-Meyer,'.son'of and i Mrs. .Dick' Meyejr^oi niJ.TJ'< i "//JUT* '.':.?* i'/'v New officers have been eleete< for the official board of the Methi odist church. Vic Parsons is chair 1 * man, Fred Kent, Jr ; ,-vice'chair 1 man and Mrs Dallas Klein,' secretary. _ ' Recent baptisms at Si, Cedelia's Catholic '.church were THorrias Alan, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Hammer, and , Shelley ..-.'. Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Berriard Kramer. •• • —0-* ' • • ' ''• ':• i S/Sgt. and Mrs George Button, pottle and Jerry, left Sunday.for their home in San FraWcisco after a visit at ! , the parental John Dut- lon's here. Pdrt of the time was spent at the Algona cottage at Casg Lake, Minn. ; :. • ,, , Kay.ldaughler of Mil and Mrs Al Agena, and Kay,, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank' Moultbn dre in Iowa City attending a two-week music camp on the University cdrnpus, Both are taking "special Woi* in baton twirling. •; • : Mr'and Mrs J. P, Srrtith hiafefeas (their g'Uests over the Father's Day Sweekend, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond ^Harr -and family of Madrid. The feon, Mike went to Burt and is spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs Ed Smith. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn were hosts to 40 members of the .Prieskorn, Cole and Sperry families at a reunion . Sunday. .There was-a buffet 'dinner' in- the Prjesktorri's yard, and, in the afternoon some of the guests'attended! a'recital in which Mark Prieskorn 'took part. Marirters ' Club of the Presbyterian' Church had ;,a~ Breakfast S.unday morning,'on the church lawn. Children, of the members were'guests.'Mr 'and Mrs Claude Ruark, Mr and Mrs.Wesley.H^rdy and Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm were in charge of. arrangements., Initiation ceremonies were given for new members, Mr ; and: Mrs Lyle Alberts arid Mr and' Mrs Gordon Hall. '•••', ' ,' ; ' } . • ' . :-^o — • .'<••' I; Members ; of i. ;Bela •.Sigma. \Phi sprority entertained . their ; husbands at a party Saturday eveh- 'iag.* There Was ; . ar dinner at the An Vets club, at Qlear Lake followed by dancing"'at the Surf. Attending were Mr -.and Mrs ,Ray Johnson; Mr and M^ Don, Sherman,-Mr and Mrs .•Tom Sampson, Mr. and Mrs Gene 'Zehder, Mr, and Mrs Charles Devine,; Mr -and ried Mr and| Algonj.j.j., . , ..>;,,... . .- -. . M••ri «•* atf•••«•••fair tt* Lee J Sbhenck, Mr and. Mf s i Je'rry Mr and Mrs Jerry Anderson. Helen Vogel Of Burt Honored, Eastern Star Burt — Mrs i-Ielen Vogel was honored and presented With a gold 50 year, membership pin and a certificate at the regular meeting of Kossuth Chap'ter of Eastern Star 1 Tuesday 'evening. '.Mrs Vogel became an Eastern Star.iri-. April, 1908! . Mrs Vogel- was escorted to the East, by the ,conductress, Mary Georgia Hanson. ; Irt other ".business transacted at Tuesday's ;• meeting the members v,oted t0 hold' the annual Star picnic at Crystal Lake Sunday, July 17. They also voted to have ( vacation during July and August. Supt. and Mrs Harold Martin took the proficiency test. Bible School Ends '-'•'. Vacation Bible .school at St, John's Lutheran church' came to a successful close with a picnic dinner at noon Sunday with a Closing program following the meal. . Handwork and finished projects were on display throughout the church. 80 children were enrolled for the weeks session. A Staff of 18 members brought the daily •material -before the children. Those teaching were; Mrs Lyle Marlow,' .Mrs. Raymond' Lavrenz Mrs. Walter Daeken, Mrs. Robert Schmidt,' Mrs. Smith Jr., Pastor and Mrs Schultz, Mary Mc- Farlarid, Sharon Miller, Rebecca Meier, Jeanetta Hanna and, Mrs Homec Sabin. Helpers were Nancy Presthus, Marjorie Baumgard, Rozanne Madsen, Phyllis Wiegands, Lois McFarland, Mrs Don-Behenkendorf. • '. put Of Hospital . > ' Friends' of Ea'rl Miller, former Burt resident' will be pleased to learh of his return to his home in .Algeria from, a Mason City hospital. Miller, was'seriously injured in a fall several weeks ago and will be confined to his home for some time. Minnenriolia, Mrs B. Bftts6ns, Laura and Kevin of Rodmart, Larry Thompson. of Harris,* C. H. Tevetin of Spirit Lake and the residents at Wilfair,' , » ; ' Family Set Together ' ' ' '1 , Guests irt the homes of Mr and $rs Glee Bullock and Mrs Carrie Larson and Mrs Ella Sigsbee this past week were Mr and Mrs JDart fiddler and sons Dennis and Daf- rell of BakersliehV'Cal., and ,'M9 and Mrs Earl Ringsdorf of Eugene, Ore 1 . On Sunday a family gathering was held in the Burt Legiorr^Hall honoring the .Visitor^, froni the. west Present at the gathering the Fiddlers from California, ' ' the Rittgsdorfjj 'from Oregon. Mr' and Mrs. Albert GratifcoW of , AR gona, Mr. and "Mrs. Harry Hobson, Clarion, Mr. and .Mrs. Arle Dittmer, Mr., and Mrs, Lavr-; Sigsbee and family. 'Algona; ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallmari, Mr. and Mrs. Glee Bullock, Roger and Charles, and Mrs. Carrie Larson. . ., Birthday Honors ' • Mrs Ella Moher was the guest of honor at Wilfair Rest Home Tuesday when a group of relatives and frierids gathered to help observe her 78th birthday. She was presented two birthday cakes which she shared with the follow- Harold Lavrenz is spending; the jummer with an aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bidne, oh their farm near Lake Mills. Harold ,s the son of Mr and Mrs Richard Lavrenz. Dennie Wubben, M i d 1 a n.d,, Mich., arrived at Wilfred Wpltz home ^Tuesday. His wife, the former Judy Woltz, has spent the past two months with her parents. Mr and' Mrs'John Kissner and Mr and Mrs Albert Schmidt of Lone Rock spent Sunday at Omaha where they attended the wedding of Betty Schmidt to Kenneth Harsdor). •Mr and Mrs F. L. Tellier left Wednesday for a •' vacation trip which will take them to California for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs Alia Froh, Fort Dodge, spent several days this past week at the home of her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney. • •Mr and Mrs Larry Holding, Valarie, Brad, Brenda, & Vaughn returned home Saturday from' a vacation trip to the Black Hills. Mrs John Carlson was hostess in her home at.a surprise birthday party honoring Georgia Holding, Thursday afternoons Guests were Beth Hamilton, Lydia Manus, Charlotte Habeger, Lefie McMullen, Wantalee Hawcott, Lurena Soderburg, Leona Lacy, Mary Smith, Georgia and the hostesses. : Union Boys 4-H The Union Boys 4-H club held its club tour June 7. Following the tour, a pot luck picnic dinner •was' held! .'..''-.) BBBHBHBBHBBBBMBMIBl lurnitufe for the MATINEE DAILY' AT P.M. "The Unforgiven". •'•.-..'•'. Thursday thru Sat. -± 7:00 and 9:20. ' , Sat., Matinee —' Cartoons at 2:00; "The Unforgiven" at 2:30; "The Fugitive Kind". ' Sunday — 1:00 ^ ,3:00 - 5:00 • 7:15 - 9:30. Monday - Tuesday — "The Fugitive Kind", 7:05 - 9:23. Jake Gif fords, Burt, Observe 50th June 13 Burt — Mr, arid Mrs. JaV? Gifford observed their 50th wedding anniversary Monday, June 13. Because of their health no large observance was held, however the couple's children in sligated a carl shower for them; Hilda Fechner and Jake Gifford were united in marriage by Rev. Taylor in Algona June 13, 1910. They were attended by Dora Rainus and Paul Fechner. They began their married life On a farm near LuVerne, resided there for a few years when ,they moved on the farm place where they still reside at the west edge of Burt. They became the parents of 11 children, three of whom' passed away in infancy. Their living children are Mrs. Dale Dundas, JVTrs. Charles Grubb, Martha and Joan of Burt, Mrs. William Keyes, Chicago, Mrs. Fra'nk Alborn, Silver Bay, Minn., Mrs. Gene Schmidt, West Bend, and Bernard, who fnrtns west of Burt. There are also nine grandi children. Wed 40 Years ME. and Mrs. George Hawcott were honored on their 40th wedding awniversary at a family gathering tKeii 1 honor flt Clear Lake Thursday eeyning. Preserit, beside the honored couple, were her mother, 'Mrs. Bertha Wallace, Mr. and M^Glenn Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Wallace . and family, Ralph Wallace and'Mrs. D6rothy 7 Harrinari all of Mason City* ,.••."'. . : ; • , Mrs. Fred Lavrenz' went to Iowa City Monday .where -she entered University hospital .for a check-up. " ; Mr. and Mrs. F. C.. Soderburg are hosts this week to her uncle, Mr. T. E. Hartwick of McGregor Mrs, Al Hinckley, Judy, Marilyn and Carilyn were Monday evening supper guests at the Harold Becker home. About 20 'friends called to help Mrs. Clifford Holding Celebrate her .birthday anniversary June 10. She received many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson, Roland, came Tuesday to help celebrate the 1st birthday anniversary of their granddaughter, June Marie Hanson. June is the daughter of the Harley Hansons. Mrs. Donald Kienitz, Linda and JoLynn, Dackery, Mo. arrived Sunday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Florence Bagby and other relatives. Mrs. Kienitz, Linda and Jo Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and family were Wednesday evening dinner guests of the Cliff Holdings. Jeanetta Woltz, who is employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Wilfred Woltzs. Mrs. Al Hinckley, Judy, Marilyn, Carilyn and Duane visited at th'e Howard Schulz home, Wells, Tuesday, June 21,1960 Algona (la.) Upper Pe» Mo}n<i*~3 Hinn. Sunday. Duane remained at the home of his cousins to spend the summer. , Robert Moore, Sr. returned to lis home the past week from ,he University hospital whore he underwent surgery. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Snmck and Cheryl Ann spent from Sunday through Friday at Cedar Rapids. Union Aletheans Union Alethean 4-H club met June 11,'-at the home of Susan Nitchals ; with Diana Miller assisting. Workshops were plan- ned for June 15 and the 23rd from 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. rn. Judy Willrott and Marjorie Hold- rcn will, attend 4-H camp the 22nd through 24th. Susan Nitchals and Mary Beth Reilly reported about attending state convention. Sandra Pingie gave n talk on "Care of Teeth" and Judy Willrott gave a demonstration on putting in a zipper. If you want to know what's behind the headlines, ask any housewife. She'll tell you it's her husband, especially at the breakfast table. Oh boy!!! She sure helps out the looks of this office — Guess she's sending'her dry'cleaning Cleaners and Launderers Phone CY 4-3265 East Across From Courthouse .FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Algona And we want EVERYBODY to see our scintillating colection of summer furniturel Polished , aluminum .frames that are rust and weather resistant! Color-bright fabrics that are sun and rain-proof! At purse-pleasing, prices' SEE OUR' SUMMER FURNITURE DISPLAYSl Furnitur ISTABUSHIB 1925 ^, IOWA JASYTiRMS FRli VAN OIUVIBY SPEClALSt t* Girls Cotton PANTIES 2 for 25c Soft cotton jersey, double crotch. Sizes 2 to 6. _ Giant BATH TOWELS 77c Jumbo 22 x 44 size, thick waffle weave. Pastels, deeptones. Triple Cuff ANKLETS 3 Prs. $1 White waffle weave, with triple cuffs. Sizes 9 to 11. _ New Throw RUGS , $1.99 With thick bouyant foam rubber backs. Hi-lo surface, new colors. Gay Kitchen TOWELS •A-:-X';-:'fr;':':-:-:':'X-;-:'X'X-x-:-:-x-x-;':-:':':':-x-x-:' THREE MAJOR FEATURES! CLOVER SPECIALS ! DISH TOWELS 5 for$l Still 'Good Bargain (jrahams LUCKY SPORTSWEAR All 'Name Brand' Togs For Misses And Women — And All Reduced To — If you're looking for real bargains in ladies sports togs you're 'in clover' here! Big balcony table of sportswear and all chopped to HALF PRICE! PRICE KIDDIES TOGS 3 for $1 Bright, gay design towels. Fringe ends. decorator Men's SPORT SHIRTS $1.99 Short sleeve cool coHon prints in plains and fancies. All sizes. Full BED PILLOWS .$1.44 Fqn«y ticking stripe? and florals. Mothproof, dustless. Full siie. One Main Floor Counter of Kiddies Sportswear Reduced To — More lucky clover sports tog buys for the little ones) This counter packed full with kiddies pedal pushers, shorts, bermudas, etc. All HALF PRICE! PRICE LINGERIE Summer Lingerie Including Some Salesmen's Samples — All At — Shop this special counter in Graham's Lingerie department during 'Clover Days'! You'll find summer gowns and slips, summer pajamas, etc. Select what you want - ifs yours now HALF PRICE! PRICE at Boys SPORT SHIRTS 88c Short sleeve shirts in wash n' « wear eqtton prints. Sizes 6 to 18. •si Large 30 x 30 inch — bleached fully white. FALL CORDUROYS $1 All in new, fresh autumn sewing colors, 36 Inches wide. HBHBHBi Fancy PILLOW CASES Pair $1 Truly handsome double border prints. 140 thread quality. E5359N90KHBI Plastic DRAPERIES Ir 77c Floral, modern, scenic drapes complete with valance, 87 inches long. Cotton HOUSE FROCKS $1.99 One big rack of crisp, cool cotton frocks at this one low price. HSOJSSaSSSSae Chenille BEDSPREADS $2.99 Baby chenille full bed size with fringe all around. Many new colors. SHEET BLANKETS $1.99 Both stripes and plaids — hemmed ends. Soft quality. BARBECUE GRILL $2.99 Tripod leg table top portable grill. 14-inch diameter. I S •'

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