The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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Mr and Mis Bill Chrisienson have ftioved to '209 N. Moore St. •Mrs Esther Barton visited Mr and Mrs , J., R. Cook at Webb Sunday. „• i Mr and Mifs 'Tat" Jensen returned Friday from a^-'tWo Week Vacation at Estes Park, Colo, Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe has taken an ' aparttnenr' with IMr's ' Hfelen Laing' oh /South' Oo'dgeH.stree't. * /Torn Zender, who Is employed in.Minneapolis, s spent the weekend with his fJarenfs Mf and.iMrs E.,J. Zender. . ',*>'* Mr and Mrs t Gordon ' Hall, daughter Connie 1 ,- 'Sharon De* Grodte, Jerry Cowan and Robert ^ycoff left 'Fridayf for 1 ' a | tW6 w^ek vacation* !n '/Minnesota & Otter LaTce. The £edohd week 1 will b4"' spent in parts• of Wisconsin.', Earl Toethman hag sold his house in "Burt to Mf aftd Mrs Lawrence Chipman. Mrs Lucille Zerfass was visited last s Sunday by her" sister Mrs Irma Altwegg, Mr and Mrs Gary Alt'Wegg, of Redfieid. ' , Mr and Mrs' Maurice Thompson returned Sunday, from a vacation of a week at Camp La Rue at'Spicer, Minn." ' Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson drove to Shenandoah, Saturday and were overnight'guests,of tytr and Mrs William 'Twomley } •'Mrs^lda'Zumach and .daughter Ella h&vfe returned from a week's vacation at the Okobojis. Miss £&mach has left for Colorado and Will vlsiferel^tives in penv^r 1 before ' 'entering • the ' college' at' Greeley for a two week course. ? - Sfhe professional guidance that you can get from] complete ^'sfact^n. 5d-let'up adviie op th»; plans/ eorttractih^'nelp, and financial arrange^' ment$. Of course,; »BKf:MS«K!» ,$*) :•: ', 1 [< ..''f ! j . * 'l !$'''.. f .. > •' : ] •• V ' ) I i ? •*' < f REE PLANS ANb ESTIMATES * for home improvement help Mrs Jafteft Uit was at Ventura last week with her mother, Mrs Cecil Roberts. Mf aitd Mrs W. C. McDougall have been visited by the letter's aUnt, Mrs C. J. Thisethf Redwing, Mifl'n. Mi and Mrs Duane Sheppatc spent Sunday with Mr and' Mrs Frank Cunningham, near Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs frank Vera nave as guests this week Mr and Mrs Af Hill and Mrs Earl Mularky, Rock Island, 111. Mrs Kale Wege::<sr had as din* ner guests .Thursday her grandson's wife, Mrs Kenneth Johnson and children, 'tfenton. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman had as guesty Wednesday Mr and Mrs Henry • Willingham, and Florence Wills, Emmetsburg. Jimmy, son of Mr and Mrs James Utt is spending the week with his Uncle and aunt Mr aha Mrs Ralph HejTek, at Garner. Mr and; Mrs Hay Cook were visited over the weekend by Mr and . Mrs Don Cook and infant daughter Kimberly Ruth, Iowa City. • : • ' Mr and Mrs Floyd, Turner recently attended a family reunion at the home of their grandson and his wife, Mr and Mrs Jerry DeKruif at Minneapolis. . Mrs Clem Cavsnaugh had as 'visitors last week Mr and Mrs Mark Cavanaugh and Bridget>and Mr and Mrs Dale Albright , of Fort Dodge.- Mrs James Allen and son Jack and Esther "Benson spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Jack transacted business and the'Women called on Mrs Ralph Brown. Mrs Clarence Metzger Sr., and daughter, Connie of Des Moines and Kathy Curger, of Dexter, Iowa!, • yjsited: 'Saturday; |at'!'tHe- home i (jfi Mrs i.MetzgW's r mother ,; 'Mrs CJara';Bdllig;of ' ' s Bolli'g' has ibeen 1 ill, 1 , but 'feeling 1 better,.at' th'er present "time. '; , r ;.•• Mr and Mrs. Tim ,0'Briehi Have returned' front -a vacation 'spent at •Sargeant.l.MLnn., with Mr-pnd' Mrs {[Bernard .O'Brien, the Dells, Wisconsin, ai , Belvedere with' Mr and Mrs R. E. Thorpe and at'B'eri-. ' Mf and Mrs G, Q. Venielefae* spent a week ago Sunday at ; falo Center with the, former's mother Mfs Bertha Veftteich^P. Mrs Ida WHikepi has had as guests Mr and Mrs Ai Wittkopij Muskegon, Mich., and Mr and Mrs Fred KdSslek, Marshalltowtt. Art Wiese and Prank Pruisman, Sexton, have been at Blalrsburg assisting the Fraflk Pruisfflan Jrd. in some remodeling of their home. , Mrs Olga Jordan jtnd Her Sisters Ellen and , Alma Carlson vacationed at the Baptist camp at Clear Lake a few days' last week. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukail and Mr arid' Mrs Robert Scott have been visited by Mrs Wilma Brown, sister of the women, of Storm Lake. Mrs Meda Redfieid left^ Thursday for her home at Des Moines, She had spent a few days here' with friehds and was house guest of Mrs 'Ethel Potter, Francie, daughter, of Mr ana Mrs Wlllard Zeigier, has been de;tas?eling and visited her cousin Vicld Nerem at Corwith, • the field being in that area, '; , Mr and Mrs M. L. Vender Waal drove to Villisea Sunday where they 'were guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Hyink and joined several other friends in a •eunion. Mr and Mrs Art Wiese spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Harold'-Davis. Friday evening the Wieses had Mr and Mrs Don Sherman.and daughter Linda as supper" guests.? ••'••':{ Mrs Otto Westling and Laverla and Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling; Burt, spent Sunday at Stratford with Mr and Mrs A. C.; Isaacson. Mr and Mrs M.' L' Vander Waal we're visited one day last week by Mriand Mrs Lee Vander Waal KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA . O'Neill fantf 'titters.* Mrr i and .V Mrs ': Earl Sheppdrdi Lspeiit" SuHdaV at Whittemore with John and Mary Henry. The previous week they were at Madrid visiting Mr and Mrs Wayne Stephenson and family, and were ac- compani.ed,bj? Mr and Mrs Duane \ Sheppatji "and family. t \ Mr arid 3M^s Bernard teM'ned, i redently frA 'Falls, wffere 'they atterfded fuh- eral services of an aunt, Mrs Catherine Pins, 90. Mrs- Pins was .a sister, of the late Mrs John fcapesius and(Moh"n «deders( lM£ and Mrs 'Capesius have gone to the Black Hills and also to Stur- andi 'chiidrejH, .Iowa City. They were e'ri kmte .to,the Black Hills: Other' guests oveV the coming .weekend will, be Mr and Mrs William Hutchinson, Storm Lake. ' Mrp^hd Mrs' Fred Will have been visited by their grandchild dren ' Gandice, Jan, Robert and Don whose parents are Mr and Mrs Wis, Lyle Martin, Milwaukee. The Wills were .visited' at the same time by their grandson Joe, son of Mk arid Mrs Miltorj Will, Council Bluffs. .Kottmdn t , -. t } ' i f ', V filrs Gordon: Grille left Monday %r 'their 'Home at 'Whittier, Cal. after spending ten days visiting the parents, Mr and Mrs John , Qrotfe, Grandsop , Tommy WicHman, ?spn or 1/Tr and Mrs ]Kenneth ^ichmah, fMacdrf, ..Ga., will -stay the res't ? df ; the summer here! Tommy's parents were unable to come for the reunion held Sunday because of the illness of Mr Wichman. i , > Mrs George Sefrii has returned from a ten day vacation, going first to Kansas City, where she was met by Mr and Mrs D. R. •Deal of St. Louis, Mo., and with them went to Denver, where they visited Mr and Mrs Peter Deal. Mr Sefrit returned home Saturday following' two weeks of active duty in the army reserves. He is a member of the faculty in the command and general staff school at Camp McCoy, Wis. 1 Mr and Mrs James Uit and family spent last weekend at Duluth, Minn. wUTi the former's brother and wife, Lt. and • Mrs Ross Utt. Mrs Wilson Abernalhy and daughters Carol and Diane ot Mason City spent the weekend with Mrs Addie Driver and Mrs Maude Blake,-, Mr and Mrs Merle Webster attended a Baumgarden * Agers families reunion at a picnic dinner Sunday at the Okobojis, relatives of Mr Webster. Mr and Mrs Don Sjogrert, Brenda, Karla and Jon have returned from a vacation at- Chicago, the Wisconsin Dells and other points in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whiiehlll are being visited by Mr and Mrs Ed Tabako, Garden Grove, , Calif. They came to attend the Whitehill's fiftieth wedding anniversary Augi 7. Mr and Mrs Merle Websler spent, last weekend at Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Richard Webster and family. Wednesday they were at Mason City, guests Mr and Mrs W. B. Rae. Mrs James Whiilemore and her mother Mrs Helene Fassben 1 der drove to Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs Passbender is employed as housekeeper-companion to a woman living there, Jerry Thuenie was working at Decorah last week in a drug store. Monday and Tuesday he is at the Cook drug store in Emmetsburg. He us substituting for,vacationing pharmacists. Weekend guests of Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman were Mr and Mrs Dan Jones, Brad and Martin, Mount ' Vernon. • Mrs Jones and the children. are remaining for the rest of the week. Mr and Mrs William Welner have had announcement • from their son and daughter-in-law Mr arid Mrs Jerry Weiner, Portland, Ore., that they have taken for adoption a second son whom they have Viamed Patrick Joseph. Mr and Mrs Brady Rovri were visited over the weekend by their daughter Judy who attends the Iowa Methodist school of nursing at Des Moines. The daughter Jean is visiting her grandmother Mrs Josephine Minneapolis. ^Thompson, at STORAGF CABINETS, metal, af CJnper bes Moines. [HUE IN KOSSUTH i. ALGONA >UNTY FAIR With your friends and neighbors . .. IN ALGONA'S TRADITIONAL, RESPECTABLE, TIME - HONORED MEETING PLACE. .;..'. . . The Smoke Shop SMOKERS' SUPPLIES MAGAZINES REFRESHMENTS 121 East State Algona, Iowa Several Family Reunions Held InBurtArea Burl «h- Mr and Mrs Duane Mawdsley and Verdean were hosts Sunday at their farm home to the Annual Robinson family reunion. Attending the reunion were Mr and Mrs Richard Schulte, Ginny and Candace, Mr and Mrs Earl Smiih, Don and Bob, Mr and Mrs Keith Sapp, Jerry and Diane, and Mrs Dorothy Schultz all of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Harold Curran, Britt; Mr and Mrs Don Hanig and Jeanie, and Mr and Mrs Carroll CurYan of Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs August Robison, Mr and Mrs Cliff Beadle, Bruce, Brad, Joleen all of Swea City. • Mrs Verne Mortenson, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Harry Sabin, Mr and Mrs Harold Sabin, David and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Ronald Sabin, Marcia, Debby, Terry, Rhonda, and Rebecca all of Al- goha; Don Robison and Mrs Rome Robison, Irvington; Mr and Mrs Vern • Robison, Dakota City; Mr and Mrs R. I. Mawdsley, Algona; Miss Delores Mawdsley, Newton, la.; and Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mark, Mike, and ,Merrill of Burt. Honor Harold Bait , ', A family gathering was held at the Robert Angus home Sunday honoring Harokt Batt; who was discharged from service last week. Present besides ,the honpr- Tuftsday, Aug. 9, 1960 Algeria (la.) Upper DM Molnw-3 ed guests were his parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Batt Sr., Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and family, Mr and Mrs John Miller and family and Mrs Robert Batt and Roberta of Algona. UDM Classified* Pay DivJdendi f t \ Welcome to the Kossuth County — FAIR — V f A lasting, educational program made successful ' through the continued efforts of each organization & especially their tireless leaders. We whole heartedly endorse this fair and look forward to seeing all its splendor' next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF CARSON'S for Color .... and Gifts ; (Formerly Cowan Bldg. Supply) i 210 E. State St. CYpress 4-3737 NOTICE! • WE WILL BE OPEN FOR THE ' r FALL! IOWLIN6 ;SEASON SUNDAY I EVENING, AUGUST 14 '• i « OPEN BOWLING __ Every afternoon and Evening, August 14-21. [LEAGUE BOWLING—Begins Monday Evening, August 22. loPEN BpWMNGj-*. Every afte/nqon, jFriday & Sunday Nigjits Beglnningl Aug. 21. Come out and practice for the ( ,c,oming,season^1 ; Ladies interested in an afternoon league, contact Bob or Doyle at Algona Lanes. ij ; BEGINNERS'LEAGUE 1: ! Have a lot of fun while you learn to bowl. Contact Bob or Doyle. JUNIOR LEAGUE Any junior bowler interested in league bowling contact Bob or Doyle. ALGONA LANES 1 Open Bowling Friday & Sunda y Nights, Every Afternoon ALGONA'S NEWEST AND MOST MODERN LANES (32) (jrahams BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL BOYS "NYLON" JEANS "429 Nylon" reinfor«ed, denim Sizes 4 to 14 Vulcanized knee. $1.99 A GRAHAM 'EARLY - BIRD' SCHOOL-A -RAMA SPECIAL! Girls School Dresses Boys Fancy Back to School POLO SHIRTS Long Sleeves, sizes through Many Beautiful Patterns. $1.00 We planned this early — our very best makers cooperated with us early — and we give it to you earlyl It means just about the greatest Girls School Dress buys you mothers have ever, ever laid eyes onl One look at Graham's will convince you. Here are all the wonderful wash'n wear, drip dry frocks you want for school J[j<iy s _j- Jlj^plsirfj/ plains and checks little girls and bJaTglTlsTlook the"iT"b"est inl The Brown, Gold and Green dress shades^they look their best in) Here are all sorts of girls dresses — simulated jumpers, apron-style frocks, button-front dresses, so many others. If you want to save on school dresses, make haste to Graham's this very minutel Complete Girls Sizes .3 to 6x & 7 to 14. IN BOTH PRICE RANGES 2.9J and Priced Far, Far Below What You Would Expect To Pay For Such DRESSES I Sew and Save for Back to School. New Fall Patterns in Our Famous Quadriga Prints A beautiful Fabric in 80 square cjoth. Prints and matching plain colors. 49c yard Girls Back to School Polished Cotton Slips Fgll length, fgll cut. Elastic inserts for snug fjt. Sizes 4 tg 14. $1,98 For the Hot, first days of Back to School! Boys Short Sleeve Sport Shirts REDUCED Our entire stock of boys short sleeve sport shirts NOW 1 '/ 3 OH tessffsx^^

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