The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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Tuesday, July 10, 1960 Algona (fa.) Upper 6«i Mo!rt«t-3 vi«H < visited over the weekend b Margaret Milder, of Iowa City. ' Mrs , and Mar * oi Calif, are visiting friend* —ou Women have a_tea for medical miss ions Thuisday o'clock. afternoon at 2 Mr and Mia Don Potter arid family have returned from a vacation in West Virginia and east- f^ffi at nt nn v stales. Mr arid Mrs Louis Reilly and their 13 children returned July 9 from their vacation trin 1 to nil Cajon, Calif. Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer were visited Wednesday by Mr and Mrs James Reed and Marlene of Cedar-Rapids. Margarei Durant was at Mason City Wednesday where she gave the lesson at the meeting of North Iowa Writers Club. Mrs W. A. Foster and Mrs Ann Hanson Went to Arlington today to spend several days visiting a niece of Mrs Foster's. —o— Mr and Mrs Everett Broesder are parents of their second (*hild, a 9 pound, 2.bunce son born July 15 at St. Ann hospital. Kolleen Katherine, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Kain, was baptized Sunday ^at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. • • . • Mrs Glen Graham will be hostess to the birthday staff of the Rebekah lodge at a pot-luck dinner this evening (Tuesday). Mr and Mrs Richard Norton had as their guests over the weekend, Mr' and Mrs Bill Crosby , and children of Marshalltown. O—l ; l. •' ; ; First banns of marriage have been published at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Richard Bom- bier, Algona, and Joyce Kirsch, St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Ray Penning are the parents of a baby girl, Elizabeth Ann born July 6 at Britt. Mrs Penning is the former Verna Schmidt. Rev. Myron Brower and family of the Presbyterian church .are on vacation. The Browers plan to visit their parents at Geneva and Holland, Mich. 'Mrs Mabel Lee was hdsfess le the Eight Specs card olub'Wed- nt»!dflv everting. Prizes were ceived by Mrsi'J<?hn Button. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee" and Mrs, Milton Liahi. —o— l Algona boys attending the ___ rent session at Camp Foster, Lake Okoboji, are John Will, Brian LaBarre, Bob Smith, Bill Milder, Danny Merryman, Bavid Cowan, Richy Post and Neal Smith. Mr and Mrs Al Buchanan and three children are on a vacation trip to the Grand Canyon and other western points. Mrs Buch' anan's mother, Mrs Karl Wiuff, is visiting at Atlantic during their absence. • , — o— Jean, Joanne, Janice and John, children of Mr and Mrs. Bud-Rob* tnson are 1 spending a week at Buffalo Center with Mr and Mrs Li. R.^ Winger),. John will return borne by Thursday bedailse 'his mother-is having a party for him to celebrate his fourth birthday. —o— Mrs Katherine Mahoriey is being visited by Mrs Bora Ferrig- m, Chicago. They accompanied RUth Miller tah'd Helen Flyriri to Minneapolis recently, and |Mrq Mahoney and Mrs 1'erriga'n visited Mrs Mahoney's sons-in-law and daughters.Mr and Mrs Bon Liudwig, Mr and Mts Lawrence Wier and the' son and daughter- n-law Mr and Mrs James Manoney. Mr and Mrs Dwight Parsons, 'rank Lathrop and' Mrs Be Vlaude Lathrop have returned to he west coast after being here on business. Mrs Lathrop has eft her home on east State treet to. be sold and will now ive in an apartment at Salem, Ore.' near her son-in-law and laughter Meredith, the? Dwight 'arsons.'. The son Frank Lathop and - his wife, live at Port- and. , • • , « dentist. There is no fee for the Services. ' ...-•. To Hold Clinic For Crippled At Spirit Lake •The State' Services for Crip, pled Children will • conduct a clinic at Spirit Lake, Friday, July 29, to provide diagnostic and evaluation services for crippled youngsters. The .'; clinic -. will" be held' in Spirit Laiie;school. Patients from Kossuth county are eligible for this clinic. The one-day clinic is open to persons 'Under 21 years of age Who are referred by' their physician or County Talent Winner Goes To State Fair The Kossuth County Women's Chorus 'will sp6nsor a. special contest this year as' part of the annual Home Talent Show to be held at the KossUlh County Pair the evening'of Aug. 17. By arrangement with the, Iowa Sta'te Fair Board, 1 one section of-the show will be devoted to tacts Which qualffy for the Iowa Slate Pair Talent Championship ; of 1900, in which 60 , contestants from the state Will Vie for a first arize of ; $300. The winner of the Kossuth County Talent Contest Will,be eligible to compete for this prize. > The second section of the Kos^ s'uth Home Talent Show, will be non-competitive. All participant!? of both sections of the program will receive cash awards. ; / •'• Rules for , the Talent Content .will'be ayail'able tu auditions to be held Aug. 1 at'8 p.m. at 'the Farm Bureau building, Algoiia, and Thursday, Aug. 4 at 8*p.m. at the Titdnka school gym, or by contacting any'of-the following: Mrs. Everett Steven, Sexton; Florence Reynolds, Titdnka; Mrs. Jack Nyrhan, Bancroft; Mrs. Larry Holding, Burt; Mrs. Ordean Kabrick, Bancroft; Doris Kuchenreuther, Titonkaj or Mrs. Lawrence Govern,, Titonka, RifeslieJdf or Carrie Mathson Of Bancroft Funeral services 'for Mrs. Carrie Nelson Mathson, 87.. Bancroft,, 'mother of -Mrs. Ralph Markla, Algona, were held Saturday in 'ilmmanuel Luth.eran church ~at Swea City. 'Rev. Leroy Pillman officiated and burial was at Greenwood cemetery, Bancroft. Fuchs Funeral "Home, Bancroft,-was in charge of arrangements and family rites were held there preceding the public services. • V Mrs. Mathson died Wednesday. July 13,' af St. 'Ann'"hospital'. Algona, following failing health for the past several years. .'. Mrs. Mathsbn was born Match 29, 1873 in Sweden,and came to the United States in. 1689. She later married Nels Mathson Dec 17, 1890 at Algona, Mr. Mathsofr died in 1938 and 'Mrs. Mathson continued farming until l94is. She is survived by\ three daughters, Mrs. Markla, Algeria; Mrs, Herman Scrderberg, Ban- crdft; and Mrs. Levi Schiller' Swca 'City; two sons, Oliver Mathson, West Bend; and Ken* neth, Hopkins, 1 Minri.; a • sister Helen Nelson, Lalipla; three brothers;- nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. , , Elmer Nelson OfSweaCity Dies Suddenly Swea Cily — Elmer C. Nelson, 71,. died Friday moriiing after su'ddon illness. He became ill 10 p.m. Thursday .arid died at a.m. ihe' following day, Mr. Nelson ,was boriv Sept.'5, 1888, at. Essex, Iowa. He was married to Ruby Davis Jan. 18, 191-1 and she pi-uceeded him in death in March, 1943. Mr. Nelson married Mrs. Ida Hurlburt 'in 1945 and she survives;. , The Nelsons lived in the Terril-Estherville"'area for 40 years. He ,built a home in Swea City a few years ago and has spent his winters here,, and farmed at Terril. Last winter the Nelsons were in Florida. The..couple enjoyed woodworking as a hobby and had done much of this work. Survivors include Mrs. Nelson, a daughter, Mrs. Mancil (Ruth) Hurlburt of* Swea City; two sons, Keith of Estherville ,and Marvin of i San Diego; nine grandchildren;- three sisters and two bro- tersv Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Methodist Church in Swea City. Burial was at Oak Hill cemetery at Esther- vine.' One Year, Sentence Harold Drummer, 27, Livermore, was sentenced to a year in the ''state reformatory at Aria- mosa Saturday for writing false checks. , Judge G. R, Hill heard the guilty plea in district courj at Clarion and passed sentence. It was reportedly Drummer's fourth bad check offense. Classifieds Pay Dividends •BIBBBBMMBHMIBH The Methodist church here has purchased the house next door to the church for use as additional Sunday school space. Possession date is August 31. ' Mrs Casey Loss will accompany her husband to Des Moines this week when Mr Loss attends committee meetings_ in connection with the Iowa Legislature. Mrs Harold Hobson and daughter, Mrs Harold Schumacher of Whittemore, are going to Iowa City Wednesday where the latter will have a check-up at University hospitals. Dutch Hansbruch & Lloyd Bohannon have returned from a fishing trip of several days to Lac LaRonge, Canada. They were accompanied by three friends from Aurelia and Jim Stillman of Estherville. The trip was by plane. —o— Seven Algona Boy Scouts will attend the National Jamboree at the air base near Colorado Springs, Colo. They are Bruce McCulloufih, David Agena, John Schutter, Bill Baker, Jim Parsons, Bill Bartlett and Doug Barr. The Jamboree will be in session two weeks. CANNING and PRESERVING Ladies! This winter you will be glad that you took advantage of all the wonderful fruit and vegetable buys. They are now in prime flavor and just waiting for you to freeze or can. We qt CULLEN'S HARDWARE can help you with our complete selection of canning and freezing supplies., . • ^'FREEZING SUPPLIES Mr and Mrs Ed Herzog and daughter, Holly, Seattle, Wash., have been visiting Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawclsley and Mrs Fred Corey here. Mrs Herzog is the former Helen Corey. They all spent several days ofUast week at Cedar F;ills with Mr and Mrs Everett Rekers and Mrs Corey remained there for an extended visit. —o— The Couples Club of First Lutheran church held a pot-luck dinner Monday evening at Call State Park. The committee in charge was Mr and Mrs Joe Presthus, Mr and Mrs Stan Richey, Mr and Mrs John Schultz, Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet, Mr and Mrs Maurice Thompson, Mr and Mrs Dale Farnham, Mr and Mrs Charles Ness and Mr and Mrs William Navoichick. —o— Junior high school young people of the Methodist church are attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji this week. Mrs Louis Kelley of Algona is dean of camp and her daughter, Mrs Myron Talcott is on the staff. Mrs John Wilson is camp nurse. Attending from Algona are Brent and Mar- Eha Sampson, John Snyder, Julie Olson, Phil Taylor, Gary Barr, Glen Tschetter, Ann Wilson, Linda Parsons, Wayne and Jean Christiansen, Peggy Schutter and Pavid Palmer. • Frozen Food Containers • Freezer Boxes (all sizes) « Freezer Paper (all types) • Corn Cutters • Blanchers & Sieves • Paring Knives & Slicers Have You Been Looking For STONE JARS To Make Sauerkraut or Pickles? We Have ALL SIZES SCANNING SUPPLIES * Preserving Kettles • Jar Lifters t Cold Pack Canners i • Collanders . f t Sieves • Wooden Spoons * Jar Fillers CULLEN HARDWARE "Shelf & Heavy Hardware" Graham's Layaway Blanket Sale Look at The Wonderful Blankets Graham's Has For You Now at These Wonderful LOW Prices! Buy Now— Save Now At LOWER Mid-Summer Prices 1 Beacon "Lindsay" Fluffy Solid Color Graham's brings you these 90% rayon, 10% orlon rich solid color blankets at a spectacular low price) 72 x 90 inch size. In all -these colors: Blue, Cherry, Camel, Pink, Green, Gold, - Turquoise, Toast. FREE Blanket You may be lucky — you may win this fine Beacon blanket — to be given away Saturdayi Just register your name at Grahams — no purchase necessary. And you need not be present Saturday to win I Sheet Blankets In Both Multi-Color Stripes and Plaids .99 So warm, and cozy, especially in the chilly morilhs coming. These measure 70 x 90 inches, just like sheets. Choose them in stripes or plaids! Fleecy and soft, so soft to the touch. 1 Beacon "Dover" — In Lovely Floral Design So new! Floral print on pure white or soft pastel grounds — truly lovely! 72 x 90 inch. 70% rayon, 20% cotton, 10% orlon. Half- foot binding. In Rose, Blue, Camel, Gold prints. 2 Big Blanket Buys! 2-99 3.99 "Rosemont" — Solid iolor blanket 72 x 90 <nch with satin bind! ng. 10% orlon, 75% •ay on, 15% cotton. Poly - bagged. Rose, Turquoise, Blue, Green, Yellow, Harvest. i I . . • • "Moreland" 4— in gay plaidj Colorful and different. 72 x 90 inch — 10% orlon, 75% rayon, 15% cotton. Satin Binding. Poly- bagged. .Choose Rose, Harvest, Turquoise, Geranium Redl linen Blankets Solid color Blankets ', 9.95 Floral print blankets 10.95 Reversible Blankets _ 10.95 Luxury-laden "Caress" blankets by Pepperell! Choose from almost a dozen wonderful new blanket colors! 72 x 90 inch — 94% rayon, 6% acrilan. 50c down holds any you select) All with wide 7 inch Satin Binding — All boxed! r\^N\ A/K I Holds Each and Every Blanket of Your Choice — Right Now In L/W W IN Graham's Annual Lavawav Blanket Sale. Companion SALE For Fall Sewing NOW — Particularly Back-To-School ! WOOLENS Just look — Tweeds, Plaids, Flan- r»Is, Houndstooth, Imported Novelty Woolens | All in wanted 58 and 60 inch widths. Wool, rayon, nylon, orlon combinations. PER YARD 1.98 - 2.98 - 3.98 Rayon Dress Goods "STAR SET" crease resistant, washable sewing fabric, 70% cotton, 30% dacron. "CLIPPA-BOUY" clip dot novelty fabric. 50% viscose, 50% acetate. Washable. "FAIRWAY" Flannels, 38 inch width. Hand washable. 70% rayon, 30% acetate. 98c 98c Cotton Dress Goods 36-inch "Leisure Lady" prints, washable, drip dry finish. 100% cotton Yd. 36-inch "Sur-Cotta" prints, with lustrous Ever- glaze finish. Washable. 100% cotton Yd. 36-inch "Game Time" woven plaids, all fast color. 100% cotton. Shrinkage controlled. Scotchguard fmish. -. Yd. 42-inch "Continental Cord" solid color 100% AI if) cotton fabric. Everglaze finish Yd. $1*1 w Patterns! Notions! - To "Go With", Of Course 98c Fall Corduroys The narrow wale and the 37-inch width you want for making up corduroy school ensembles, skirts, slacks! 100% cotton machine washable. Wrinkle and water spot resistant. YD. Quadriga Prints Your favorite 100% cotton sewing prints here in a glorious spread of Fall colors, patterns. Make up school blouses, frocks, boys shirts for pennies! Yd. Quadriga Drip-Dry Prints, yd. 59c Dan River Ginghams 79c 49c See these Dan River Checks — the newest out, terrific for fall sewing. 100% cotton, 36- inch width. Dri-Don wrinkl-shed finish. Fancies, 98c yd. Yd. New Pampered Cotton Fall Prints, yd 79c and 98e G "••"£!'.Ili-fii "MT1' t 1 1 dllrl III S

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