The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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Mrs Jean McAfee has taken an npMrtment at the Russell Hutchins. Mr and Mrs Murl Potter spent the weekend" at, the- Okobojis in IhHr cotUiRo. Mr and Mrs Alex Nielsen have returned from a few days vacation nt. Brainard, Minn. Harold and Carl Hutehins are being- visited by their brother Ralph of Mooros Hill, Ind. Mrs Willis Colwell has been at Clarion with her mother Mrs O. O. Day who had recent surgery. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera went (<» Rochester, Minn., Sunnay where Mrs Vera will enter the hospital. I ' Ted, son of Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley has left for Cedar ftapids 1o resume his studies at Co Mr and Mrs Kenneth Besch, West Bend, have moved into the Kvelyrl Cady house on E. Me Gregor street. Mr and' Mrs Harold Smith were visited over the weekend by the latter's *on Elvin Ray Moore, Muscatine. Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum were visited over the weekend by Mrs Ostrum's sister,- Mrs Clarence Cummings, Oclwein. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bruner had as guests Sunday the former's parents Mr and Mrs Harry Brunei-. Gilmore City, and *aunt Mary Bruner, Plover. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had as guests Labor Day Mr and Mrs Jake Swittcrs, Wall Lake, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Stienblock, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Duane McGregor, Bancroft alid Mr and Mrs William Hill. Mr and Mrs tyle Reidinger have been visited by the parents Mr and Mrs Clem Reidinger and a niece Jean EcKelberg, Maquo- kata. They also had as guests Labor Day, Dr. and Mrs J. G. Strong, Maryviile, Mo., and Mr and Mrs M. W. Strong, Kansas City Mo., Mr and Mrs Reidinger find family spent a few days' at Minneapolis attending the State fair. Mr and Mrs Albert Olson had Mr and Mrs George Davis, Minneapolis, as weekend guests. Mrs Kenneth Sfrahorn, former resident hero now living at Iowa Falls, visited friends here last week. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Holdren have moved from a house on East Elm street to a house on East North street. Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson had as callers Friday Dr. and Mrs Robert Gerow und son Stephen, Detroit, Mich. Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf were dinner guests Sunday of the former's parents Mr and Mrs Julius Rohlf, Swca City. Mr and Mrs David Richardson, Cedar Falls, spent the Labor Day weekend here with the parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Richardson. Mr and Mrs Ed Haag were visited over thb weekend by Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson, Dell Rapids, S. D. They have also had as visitors during the week Mr and Mrs Orville Elkins, Berkely'. Calif, Mr Elkins is a former resident here. . John, son of Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland : has returned to Iowa State University at Ames. He is a sophomore anc7 is studying chonical engineering. Mr and Mrs Oakland spent the weekend at Albert Lea, Minn, with Mr and Mrs Elmer Hedstrom.. Tom Hawkins, sales manager for Nutrcna Feeds, Algona, and his wife, Rene, will be among some 350 persons attending the company's genfcral sales meeting Sept. 6 through 9 aboard the S.S. North America, Great Lakes passenger vessel out of Chicago. Mr and Mrs Milo Refits and son recently visited Mr and Mrs Sam Dyer at Ayrshire. They helped Mrs Dyer observe a birthday. Mr and Mrs Norman Hane- vick and son, St. Paul, Minn., spent Labor Day.week end with Mr and Mrs Rentz. Marilyn Rentz left recently to spend a few weeks with her sisters. Mrs Cecil Steward and Mrs James Ireland at Chicago. Mr and Mrs Milton Norton have recently been visited by Mr and Mrs Ray Brown, Galena, 111. Mrs Augusta Beits arid Mr and Mrs Fred Beit?, have been at Motley, Minn., visiting Mr and Mrs Milton Beit/.. Marilyn, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. J. Palmer has entered her senior year at I he Iowa State University, Ames. Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston, Apache Junction, Ariz., left Friday for St Josepiv, Mich., to visit Mr and Mrs Francis Livingston, former residents here. Craig, son of Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor, spent the weekend at While Water Park near Rochester, Minn, with Mr and Mrs David Smith and son Ncal. Mr and Mrs Abner Long, Davenport, are en route home after a visit here of a few days «'ith friends. They were house guests of Mrs Hazel Lusby. Mr and Mrs Vic Parsons left Saturday 'on a business trip to Seattle, Wash. They will go from there to Salem, Urc., to visit Mr and Mrs Dwigtit Parsons. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor drove to Mason f. we<;k ana look the letter's father Herbert zie:- ske, to his home at Lake Mills. He had been at Mercy hospital receiving treatment after n heart attack. Mrs Emily Ringgenberg has returned from Blue Earth, Minn., where she visited her parehls Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Thursday she went to Fort Dodge to attend funeral services for Eugene Howard. , Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel Attended the Iowa State Fair at DCS Moines and won several prizes. Mrs Riedel had entries in the culinary department and Mr Riedel won prizes for his honey products. Mrs Eva Wil),» has a recenf letter from Mrs Lon Wright, former resident here, who with her husband moved to St. Petersberg, Fla. many years ago. Mrs Wright is in rather delicate health due to injuries suffered in two auto accidents awhile ago. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Forrest Brown of Long Beach, Calif. While here the Browns and Mr and Mrs Peterson attended the fifty-eighth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Harry Brown at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell have been visited by the latter's sister, Mrs Mabel Ruetael, Barnum, who accompanied them to ALWAYS MUST Q U A I I ! T Big values all through the store! 'HI** "*»*•«»*• TO m ffifigSgg ^ COTTON DENIM JEANS COTTON DENIM WORK SUITS I STOCK-UP! SAVE! DRESS-UP NYLONS $1.00 $4.00 3 ^ $1.00 boys' siies 6 to 16 Save on Boys' Sturdy Denim Jeans. 10 o>. wt., San- forized for.longer wear. men's sites 36 to 46 Triple needle stitching, reinforced strain points, heavy duty lipper ajl add up to rugged long wear in Big Mac work suits I San- forised, tool 60 - gauge. 15 denier first quality, of course! Buy a dosen in one color at this low price! Dark or plain seams in new beiges: Gala. Sisei 11/2 to 11. SAVE! - THURSDAY, SEPT. 15! PERCALE PIECE GOODS 4 yds. $1.00 BOYS FLEECE LINED SWEAT SHIRTS .. $1.00 BOYS REINFORCED COTTON SOX 4pr. $1.00 MISSES NYLON NET CAN CAN'S $2.00 BOYS PARKAS, Sizes 6-12 $8.00 IRONING BOARD PAD A COVER...... $1.00 TERRY WASH ClOTHS ...... 12 for $1,00 NEW FALL JEWELRY _, 2 for $1.00 MEN'S WORK SOX ............ 4 pr. $1.00 GIRLS ORION CARDIGANS sizes 7 to 14 $2 00 Adel to visit Dr and Mrs Harold Banwart and family. From there the Colwclls and Mrs Ruebel went to DCS Moines to attend the Iowa Stale Fair. Mrs Ernie Gjodfredson and her daughter Mrs Art Grocn and daughter Judy visited Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards at Lone Rock one day last week. Mrs Richards is a daughter of Mrs Godfredson and a daughter, Lori Ann, was recently born to she and her husband. • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. John's Catholic church for Thomas Roberts and Mary Kay Dolan, daughter of Mrs Mae Dolan, Bancroft, and the late James Dolan. Both arc from Fort Dodge where the wedding will take place later this month. Tom McGuire and .Roger Hendrickson went to Minneapolis Sunday to watch the auto races. Becky Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurens Becker, left Saturday for Marquette University where she will be a sophomore. Mr and Mrs Mike Schrandt took their son James to Omaho where he will be a freshman at Creighton University. Mrs Rose Murphy returned homo Wednesday after several months in California, Illinois and eastern Iowa with relatives. Her sister, Mrs Mary Woods and Pat Woods and family of Chicago brought her home. Jackie Lynch, Mankato, spent Labor Day week end with her friend Meridclh Bergman. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Albert Thilges are parents of a daughter born Sept. 8 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This makes six girls in the Thilges family. Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann of here are maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs Will Thilges' of Algona are paternal grandparents. . Visitors here in the home of Mrs Margaret Illg Tuesday were Mrs Anna Geischecker, Mrs Hal Skilling and Mary Thilges from Algona and Mrs Lizzie Weydert from Bode. t Bob Berte is getting around on •'crutches, having fractured a bone and broken a blood vessel in his left foot Sunday when he miss-stepped at his home. Mr and Mrs Bob Anderson left here Friday for Chicago after a week's visit here with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs George Shanley and daughter from Webster City and Mr and Mrs Frank Hilbert and family and Herman Plathe from here were Sunday guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe. C. D. of A. will hold their firsi meeting this fall Sept. 14. Ottosen News The Ottosen Progessive club will meet Sept 29 at the home of Mrs Earl Olson. Mrs Ralph Richards will give a book report and secret sisters will be revealed. Mrs LeRoy Worby will have charge of the recreation. . Bobby Benkendorf celebrated his thirteenth birthday Tuesday. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Robert Will and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Ristow and family of LuVerne. They brought along two decorated birthday cakes. The Lutheran Women of the Church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Carroll Olson and the four officers as hostesses. A contribution was made to Brazi 1 Missions. Mrs Percy Watnem, Foreign Mission chairman announced that mission boxes were due to the. next meeting. Mrs Melvin Ellingson, Christian Nurture and Education chairman, had several ladies present a skit. Taking part were Mrs Percy Watnem, Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs Ivan Evenson and Mrs Louis Jacobson. Mrs Le Roy Wor«;y, Humboldt County Auxiliary secretary-trea,- surer and Mrs Richard Kinseth, unit president attended the American Legion Auxiliary school of instruction for Humboldt County Wednesday Sept. 7. RETIRED John Alstad of Decorah retired recently after 52 years as a clothier there. He says there have been many changes since he started — fashions, buying habits, store hours—they are all quite different today. Mr Alstad was born in Norway, in 1881 and came with his parents ,to De- eorah when he was one year old REUNITED A brother and sister celebrated their first reunion in 46 years recently. Jens Olesen of Audubon hadn't seen his sister since 1914. She lives m Copenhagen, Denmark, where she is employed with the city governm*»». Miss Olesen finds kitchen appliances the most fascinating items ifi American homes. Married Here Recently Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1960 Algona (!a.) Upper Dei MdtnM-l navy, he was connected with retailing and advertising in the appliance and electrical field in Algona and Mason City prior to joining the tlnper DCS Moines staff last spring. D.A.RTExhibit Set Up At Burt The Algona chapter of the Daughters of the Arneiican Revolution will have a display set up in the library in thr Hurt town hall during Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23. inclusive. The year lOfiO .marks the 173rd anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution and the U.A.R observes' the occasion each year with a proclamation and displays dealing with the American heri- tage. Dr. Evans Stricken Al"i Dr. R. A. Evans, former pona medic, is now back at Kalis at. the home of his daughter. Mrs Ralph (Kathleen) Tingley. He suffered a cerebral acei«* dent August 27, and had been hospitalized since that time. "PSYCHO" Fri-Sat-Mon-Tucs. 7:15-;):20, Sunday 1:00-3:05-5:107:15-9:20. "OCEANS 11" — Wed., thru., Sat.. 7:00-9:25. Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Richard Brennan, who were married Aug. C in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Msgr P P Gearen officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the former Eileen Bode, daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvin Bode, Algona, and the groom is the son of Mrs Tom Brennan, Fort Dodge. The couple are making their home at Fort Dodge. (Isaacson Studio Foto-UDM Engraving) Darlene Kinsey To Ad Staff Of Ames Tribune Mrs Darlene Skogstrotn Kinsey, who has been the able and efficient advertising manager of The Algona Upper Des Moines for the past six months, began work Saturday morning in the advertising , department of the Ames Daily Tribune. She will be in the employ of the Ames daily paper while her husband, Tom, completes his engineering course at Iowa State University in Ames. Mrs Kinsey had been employed in the Upper DCS Moines advertising department since leaving Drake University a year and a half ago. She will be succeeded in the position of advertising manager by Merle Pratt, who has been in the advertising department here for the past six months. Merle is a native of Algona and a graduate of Algona high school. After serving foui years in the c>oowo»oow^ VOTE FOR MILT UGH 6. NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder Lifelong Resident Kossuth County Qualified & Experienced Your Vote Will Be Appreciated QUALIFICATIONS • Graduate of Algona High School and State University of Iowa • Served two years overseas in First World War • Many years of business experience • Member Methodist Church, Kiwanis Club, American Legion, V.F.W. & Toastmasters Club • Chairrrian Kossuth County Red Cross Chapter I sincerely promise to the best of my ability and experience, complete integrity in office and administration, embracing sound business practices. MILTON 6. NORTON S&S^Q&SfS^^ * You Will Find Our Store Just Loaded With "Lucky Buck" Specials! For One Lucky Buck Household Brooms Good quality at a super low price! Five rows of sewing for extra long life of broom. 'For Two Lucky Bucks Alaska Decoration Tumblers Heavy bottom, lOVz ex tumblers, with wildlife scenes in snow white ice. Has 22 karat gold edging around top. Will add a charming beauty to any table setting. Cotton Canvas WORK GLOVES Handy 8 ox. canvas gloves protect hands while working in the field, garden or yard. 22c pair For One Lucky Buck Domed Plastic Covered CAKE PAN BATHROOM TISSUE Buy Toilet Paper by the case and save. Why buy tissue four rolls at u time when you can buy a full case of 24 rolls at this special low price. Made of soft, white, fine quality, highly absorbent tissue. Comes in rolls of 550 perforated sheets. Case of 24 - $1.77 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. Thursday only. Telephone orders welcomed. For One Lucky Buck Scotch Plaid TOTE BAG Large size, waterproof rubber lining. Ideal for gym or swiming clothes, baby's diapers. Zipper top ... handy for every member of family. For One Lucky Buck 4 Piece Enameled CANISTER SET Pine Cone Design For One Lucky Buck PENCIL SHARPNER Every home needs a pencil sharpener for kitchen, school homework, workshop, etc. Mounts on wall or counter. For One Lucky Buck Taylor Four Seasons Outdoor Thermometer Accurate thermometer . . . guaranteed from -60 to 120 degrees. Rugged Styron all weather construction. Easy to read 4 l /z" dial. For One Lucky Buck PURE KENTUCKY Blue Grass A Pound This fall is the time to seed. All Sizes FURNACE FILTERS Cut your fuel bill considerably with a new clean filter. 1 Inch 59c 2 Inch 69c w "' n "*V •» •a

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