The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 3
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TuMdoy, Aug. 2, 1960 Algono (la.) Upper DM ^L^ M * and' Mr* Elgin Allen as their guests ovet 1 the weekend, .Mr nnd Mrs Horst Zahn, Oelwoin. ' -r6- ' . . The Catholic Aciion Guild Is having a luncheon and • bridge party today, at the Academy hall. , v Guest speaker ai the Presby terian church next Sunday will be Keith Strayer, Algeria lay minister. Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and children spent Sunday at LeRoy, Minn., where they : attended a family reunion. , ' ' ' • './'.' -T-0— . ' Mrs Mary Olson r&urned -Mon• day from three weeks in Oregon ;and Tacoma, Wnsh., where she visited relatives; ; .' . •— o— Mr, and Mrs Eugene Heimer .and 'children jSpent;: Sunday at Clarion with Mr and Mrs Clarence Hokingsdn, • , . '-i-o — " The new swimming pool al Algona Country Club is open. Lifeguards are Marianna Steele and Jerry DoWney. . / Mrs Harold Hobcon, and Mrs Harold Schumacher are at Iowa City where Mrs Scnumncher had surgery at University -hospitals Monday. . \ ' j ~°~' Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh and family are spending two weeks at ,the vacation' camp of the Regular BarJtist church at Clear Lake. , < Dr. L. L. Snyder is the author of a short '- humorous article in the July issue of Coronet magazine. It is entitled "Revolutionary War Revisited." •••' ' — O— .; ' , Mrs Hugh Post, Mrs W. , J. Sigsbee and Mr and Mrs Fra'nk Vera spent from Friday through Sunday at ' the Vera cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mrs Milton Dahl and Mrs Merle Pratt and children were at Rolfe Sunday where they visited Mrs Dahl's brother . and family. the Dow Laidleys. ' •- — n — • Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's - Catholic church: were Anthony Scott,, son of Mr and Mrs Dwayne Wilkins and Ejenise Ann, daughter of Mr ad Mrs .Richard Frideres. Mr and Mrs Louis Reilly Have named their new daughter Maureen. Mrs Reilly returned home from the hospital • Saturday and the baby is,;£|mj|injng for a few days longer. " r ! "T -" Vic Seely, son ot Mr and Mrs Kenneth. Seely, returned .Sunday from six weeks at R.O.T.C. of T fleer's training camp at Fort Sill, Okla. He will.be a senior at 'Iowa State University this fall. — °~ Mrs Leo Cassell has as her guests her brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs John Neary and family of Omaha, Neb. The Cassell daughter, Michelle, had as . her guest last week, Vicky Polansky of Mason City. — o — Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson and family ana Mr and Mrs George Balluff and family have returned from a camping trip to Itasca State Park in Minnesota. The Balluffs went on to Minot and Williston, N.D., where they visited relatives. — o— George Sefrit and, Leo Cassell are at Camp McCoy, Wise, for a two-week army encampment. Mr Cassell is an instructor there this year. Mrs Cassell and children plan to join him this weekend and go on to the Wisconsin Dells and Chicago for a vacation. Girl Scouts are having their annual camp this week at the Call State park. Scouts who were in fifth grade last year camr from 4 p.m. Wednesday until Thursday afternoon, and those who were in fourth grade from Thursday at 11:45 a.m. until Friday morning, — o — • Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt gave a house party at their cottage at Clear Lake in honor of their son, Larry's fourteenth birthday. The* group attended the teenage dance at the Surf Tuesday night and returned home Wednesday. Guests were Mary Lou Mtller, Mary Ann Sigsbee and Chuck Jergenson. Art Wiese returned a week ago Monday from Greenland where he worked for 6% months as an electrician on a construction pro- iect. Mrs Wiese met him in Minneapolis and they later visited her daughter at Blairsburg. Mrs Chris Hanson, mother of Mrs Wiese, accompanied them to Ues Moines over the weekend where they visited relatives. Xi Xi, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. had a coffee Tuesday nornin« at the homeor Mrs Clayton Pittman. Mrs Tom Samnson was assisting hostess Participating were Mesdames Pat Bradlev. Mnrvin c hnrd Cook. Harlan Mrs Homer Lindners* entered St. Ann' hospital Saturday medical treatrt'ent . Sab Richardson, former Algerian, now of Cedar Palls, was a caller here SatUrcmy 1 . Doris Hipp Of TitonkaWill Wed August 8 August 3, at the American Legion Hall in Algona. The following will be installed for 1 'the coming year. Paul Stebrite, corn- mdnder Tom Dailey, Bud Morck and" Leon i Merrill, as< vice Commanders; Ken Parrishf adjutant and finance officer; Al Boeckelman, sgl-al-arms; .Leo Cassel, service officer; and Jim Kolp, hislorian. Don Hemmingsen, past district commander, will be the installing officer. J. P. Court Five persons paid fines following preliminary hearings in Justice C'.H. Ostwinkle's court this week. They were:, Donald L. Lunn, Ledyard, '$10, failing; to have Vehicles under control; Donald C. Furrer, Indiartola, $10, improper . passing; Jerald New- brough, Lone Rotk, $10, ihWope? passing:, Patrick T., McGuire, Bode, $16,' applied fpf license while license was Under ausfien- sion; and Joseph Carpenter, Emmetsburg. $13, speeding. CbalS were paid in addition to fines.- MATINESS DAILY AT 2i6o P M •'''."''•-''. . '"The Snow Queen"'and ^'THe Glenn Miller Story", Thursday Friday-Saturday. ' "The Snow Queen", 8:05, "The Glenn Miller Story" at 9:20. . Sunday-Monday-Tuesday, .l:}Bj 3:20-5:30-7:35-9:45 — "1 Passed For White". - Mrs. Recca Hipp of Titonka announces, the .engagement and' approaching , marriage ; ' of her', daughter, Doris, .shown, here, to' Leonard Leeck. . •,. •; , The^ bride-elecSl--'is a graduate of Titonka high school and Wart; burg College and has been teaching at Britt. ' • '•' -, The wedding will be' held Aug. 8 in Good Hope Lutheran church, Titonka. Her fiance is a graduate of the Titonka high school, served four years'in>the U.S. Navy, and is engaged in farming near .Titonka, where the couple will make their home. (Isaacson Photo. UDM Engraving). Algona Man's Father Passes Paul Bellock, father of Leo Bellock, Algona, died' at 6:30 a.m. today (Tuesday) at St. Ann hospital where he had been a patient'since .Monday. Funeral Cervices for' Mr Bellock a<;e .pending. They will, be held at 1 Hawarden, his former home, with McCullough's Funeral Chapel in Charge of arrangements here. . \ Mjp •; Bellock suffered a stroke duripg the pqst week-while living at the Good Samaritan Home here and had been in ill health for some time. Legion To Install The monthly meeting of Hagg- Turner Post No. 90, The American Legion, will be held 8 p.m., Wed., IT'S NOT TOO LATE.. To Get Away From Summer's Heat . . Have A GAS Air Conditioner Installed Now! There are still plenty of hot, humid days left when you will feel as if flames cover your body. A GAS air conditioner will remedy that situation the moment you turn it on. See us now for all the facts on the latest in GAS air conditioning equipment for home and commercial use. NORIII CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Your GAS Company" 109 So. Harlan Algona Luscious Colors I Glorious Weaves ! Style Thrillers I LAY - AWAY SALE OF i! SWEATERS! Here — right here at Graham's — are all the 'fashion scoop' Sweaters for autumn 19801 New collars and new lengths , . . from cropped cuiies to hip-bone toppers . . . from banlons as soft as a oloud to bulky knits as fluffy as popped cornl And colors .. . well, just perfectly scintillating! Now, right now, Ss the time to see the whole Graham sweater collection! GRAHAM'S LAY-AWAY SALE One Dollar Holds Any 3 Sweaters Your Choice i Graham's Pre-School Special! CLASSIC CARDIGANS These are the soft, all-purpose, all-around Cardigans with the classic cardigan round collar that are a 'musf in any sweater wardrobe. Ours have neat plastic color-blend buttons. In choice of Slate Blue, Jet Black, Stone Green, Deep Plum, Sun-Gold and Fire Red. Sizes 36 to 40. Short Sleeve fur Blend Slip-on Sweaters ALSO $3.99 Choose Your 'Sweater Wardrobe' NOW! Trinity Lutheran Congregation, Algona, Invites You To Its Re-Dedication Services And Activities - August 7, 1960 \ Shaggy Slip-Overs Here's stunning sweater beauty — in wool and mohair weave beauty! New envelope boat neck is a stunner all in iiselfl These come in true high fashion colors .. Rich Fur-Blends One of autumn's most fab. ulous sweater creations —' a joy to see, a joy to wear. Dyed lo match with wool flannel skirls, these fur- blends are the last word in sweater newness '_. Bulky Knits Depend upon Graham's for the newest in 'bulky knits!' Both cardigans •. and pullovers, featuring original stripes, solids and heather- tones in fall's most exciting colors 1 And such a variety of sweater styles! $6.98 $5,98 10 $8.98 Fisherman Knits Genuine Irish Fisherman allover knit design in natural color — very smart to wear, very smart-fitting. Cardigans and also cowl neck slip-ons, so you can have this sweater sensation in both varieties. Something really superb in 1960 sweaters. _. $7.98 Haggard, 10 A. M. — Service Of Re-Dedication, Pastor G. J. C, Gerike 1 — 4 P. M. — Open House 7:30 P. M. — Service With Pastor G, W. Lobeck, Preaching 8j30 P. M. - Fellowship Hour Our Platform. WE BELIEVE: 1, That the whole Bible is God's un-erring Word. "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness." 2 Timothy 3, 16*. 2. There is a God and that He is what He says he is. "The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and He knoweth them that trust in Him." Nahum 1, 7. 3!" That Jesus, the Son of God and the Son of Man, is the only Savior and Redeemer of all men. "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." Acts 4, 12. 4. That we secure salvation through faith. "That if thou shalt confess with Thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved." Romans 10, 9. 5. That eternal life is the gift of God through faith. "He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; byt the wrath of God abideth on him." John 3, 36. 6. That we are here to glorify God. "Let your light' so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." Matt.5, 16. "Ffr ye pre bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your § J body, and In your spirit, which are God's". 1 Cor. 6 r 20. ( § |a33^Q9$gpa£?3^^ Graham's Has The'BIG NEWS'in SPORTSWEAR — for Autumn 1960! As featured in 'Seventeen' and 'Mademoiselle' magazines, Graham's exclusive RUSS TOGS are just about the biggest news coming up on the sportswear fashion scene this fall! This group combines Chatham brushed wool plaids in skirts, tunics, slacks, blouses with wool and mohair blend sweaters (you can mix and match them all to your heart's content), Graham's is proud as punch to present such Sportswear for your inspection— and we cordially invite you to do so right nowl Colors feature 'vintage' tones, glorious shades of Red, Purple, Jewel Green. WONDERFUL MATCH-MAKERS! MIX AND MATCH TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT Unusual Pima Cotton Blouses $4.98 Plaid or Solid Slim Skirts $7.98 Plaid Soft Pleat Skirts $8.98 Smart Vests, Solid or Plaid $4.98 Handsome Plaid Tunics $7.98 "* Smart-Fitting Plaid Slacks $8.98 Cowl Neck Sweaters, wool-mohair $7.98 SEE Our Sportswear Window In The 'Vintage' Theme wwwwwwwwvwwwi;

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