The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 8
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(fa) lltftf D«t Motftot tu«day, Sept. 13, 1960 Woman'i Club to Meet The Algona Federated Wo- Jnan'S club will meet at the home tf Clara Amesbury for the first meeting this fall Monday, Sept. 19 at 7:30. The theme for the new year is "Light Througn Learning", the Highlights of this meeting being the "Importance of Reapportion- merit in Iowa" given by Mrs Clarence Brandt of Titonka County chairman of Women's clubs. Special music by Mrs Newton Coughenwur. This is guest night each member to bring guests also any woman in Algona interested in Reapportionment or Woman's Club is invited. W.S.C.S. Meetings Methodist W.S.C.S. circle will meet September 15 as follows: Sept, 1:30, with Mrs George Scuffham; Oct., 2 p.m. with Mrs Ed Hagg; Nov., members will be notified; Dec., \v>tii Mrs W. C. McDougall; Jan., 1:30, with Mrs Milton Norton, Feb., 1:30, with Mrs L L. Riter Mar., 2 p.m. with Mrs Lfeonard Maasdam: Apr. 1:30 with Mrs George Harris; June, 8 p.m., Fireside room. Congregational Circles Circles of the Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet Sept. 15 as follows: Mary, with Mrs Ted Herbst at 8 p.m., Rebecca with Clara Amesbury at 1:15; Ruth with Mrs Albert Granzow at 1:15; Naomi with Mrs Luella Baker at 1:15. Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Lyle Run- chcy's, a farewell for their son John who was graduated last spring from West Bend high school, and Ann Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Smith, who was also graduated last spring. Her parents and the grandparents Mr and Mrs William Runchey were in attendance. Ann has enrolled at Ames and John at Coe college, Cedar Falls. Kathy Kern, 5 Mrs Delmar Kern gave a party Sept. 1 for her daughter Kathy. whose fifth birthday was being observed. Guests were Jamie Christie, Mary Hihken, Charlotte Lemkee, Abbie Lickteig, Joe and John Pittman, and the honoree's sister, Kristine. Her aunt, Mrs Clayton Pittman, assisted. Hare Picnic Dinner Mr and Mrs Ben Wibbon, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hakes, Stanley, Wis., Mrs Mabel Larson, Minneapolis, the Hakes' daughter of Charles City, Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson and Mr and Mrs Ed Godfredson, Bancroft, spent. Sunday at Clear Lake. A picnic dinner was held. Hosts Bridge Clu*» Mrs Don Nelson entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Completely Closing - Out FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS Terrific Buys During DOLLAR DAY BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL ATTRACTIVE 3-COMPARTMENT DISH WITH GOLD HANDLE Fin* For Candy, Nuts or Relish Plate A Real Good Buy At $1.98 THURSDAY ONLY $loo Rating's Davis Paint ALGONA Cteseo M-D Club The Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club will meet Sept. 14 at the home of Mrs Merle Teeter. Installation of officers will be held. Sewing Club Mrs Virgil Gunder was hostess to her Thimble club members Monday afternoon. Portland Club Holds Meeting Portland — The Four Corner Social Club mot Sept. G with Leona Haase. Those attending were the Mesdames Verle Nelson, Elwood Nelson, Rollo Moore. Stanley Ruse, Herbert Nelson. Donald Ringsdorf. He r m a r, Harms, Wilbur Spear, Bernard Phelps. Virgil Schrader, Ha/el Carroll and Victor Fitch. There were two guests, Mrs Chris Haase and Bernice. After old and new business was taken care of. the cluh voted to give $2'to the Iowa Children's Home of DCS Moines. The meeting adjourned and lunch war served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Donald Rinesdorf received word from their dnti"h- ter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Seefeld, Escondido, Calif, of a baby boy born to them Aug. 29 weighing, 6 pounds, l\k ounces. The little fellow has been named Bret Wayne. A birthday dinner was held at the home of Mrs Lulu Rincsdorf in Burt, in honor of Roy Ringsdorf. Those attending the dinner were Mr and Mrs Roy Rinrrsdorf Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf Mr and Mrs Brink Shinier and Mr and Mrs Wenr^ll Ringsdorf and family. Mr and Mrs George Hix, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family and Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse were Saturday evening supper guests at the Victor Fitch home in honor of Korene Fitch's birthday. , . Mr and Mrs Bill Wbltz, Jane and Patricia were Monday evening supper guests at the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy returned home Monday after spending a few days with her parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Reid at Letts. Mr and Mrs Billy Gifford and family of Lone Rock were Thursday visitors at the P. W. Marlow home. Mrs Billy Gifford Sr. has been quite ill the past few days. The Portland Social Club held their annual picnic sunocr at the Portland Community Hall Thursday evening. Mrs Jesse Harms and Mrs Earl Miller acted as hostesses. Those attending were the Mike Arends, Ray Fitchs, Tony Jandls, Edmund uarsens, Jesse Harms, Earl Millers. Clifford Youngs, Mrs Effie Teeter and Mrs Elvira Christensen. Mrs ' Cljfford Young showed slides of Colorado and Washington and Mrs Edmond Larsen showed slides of the Larsen- Thomnson Wedding. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young attended a family sutmer Monday at the home of Mrs Mary Kain in honor of Mrs William Rains and baby daughter, Toni of Omaha: daughter of Mr and Mrs Fern Drone who is visiting here for a few days. Others attended the supoer were the Fern Drones, Joe Loebachs. Mrs George Kain and son, J. C. Robert Kains, Sr., Dick Kains, Edward Kains, Martha and Eueene Drager. Mr and Mrs Ben Patter of Alfona were Sunday visitors at the RRV Fitch home. The Portland Progress Club will meet Se^t. 15 at the home of Mrs Robert Wood. Each member is to brini? a samole of her hobby or something new made recently. "Even when it's headed in the ritrht direction, a life, like a car. needs constant Puiding to Veep it from drifting off the road." UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* ' y Ui FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM LOANS Long form - Low Payments - No Penalty For Prepayments. TEMPORARY OFFICE (during remodeling) Over Penneys In Algona Come In And See Us And Our Remodeled Office At The Old Side, South Of Penneys When The Remodeling It Completed. Five More Enrolled Ringsted — A total of 421 students registered at Ringsted schools for the 1960-61 year. This shows on increase of five over the presiding year. The -increase is due to a larger senior class this year. Most of the classes have decreased in Cumbers although there are a few exceptions. 65TH Mr and Mrs J. Henry Schafrr of Columbus Junction recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary .The couple have two 'sons and one daughter. They have seven grandchildren and 14 groat grandchildren. Due to the continuing boom in the marriage rate, and the increased interest in home buying, refurnishing and modernization, manufacturers of household fixtures saw fit to up their national advertising expenditures in newspapers 117% last year over 1957. HERE ARE SOME REAL DOLLAR DAY BUYS..... ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES: DRESSES REG. $2.79 - NOW 2 FOR - $5 YARIh- 4 OZ. SKEIN REG. $1.19-NOW 4 FOR $3 ASSORTED COOKIES REG. 29c BAG NOW 4 FOR i_ $1 SHAG RUGS 1 LOT - FOAM BACK VALUES TO $1.98 - NOW _ $1 AND MANY MORE BARGAINS, TOO HARRISON'S fugene H. Hutch ins, Manager, FLBA BIGGER SAVINGS THAN EVER ITOII! DOLLAR DAY AT COAST - TO - COAST STORES YOUR DOLLARS WILL HAVE MORE CENTS MEN'S CHORE GLOVES 3 Pr. for $1 Flashlight Batteries 10 for $1 STORM WINDOW KITS 5 for $1 BIKE. BASKETS $1.00 BATTERY BOOSTER CABLE SETS $2.00 Pr. BIKE INNER TUBES Ea. $1 LIGHT BULBS 2-40 Watt 2-60 Watt 2-100 Watt 6 for $1 STOVE BOLT Assortment $1.00 CAULKING GUN $1.00 CAULKING COMPOUND With Spout 4 for $1 CANVAS WORK GLOVES 5 Pr. $1 IRONING BOARD PAD COVER SET OUTERWEAR I • • r Warm And Casual Is the Fall Style Forecast CAR COATS The answer to casual and campus wear. Wools, corduroy or polished cotton with warm fleece lining expertly tailored styles in • wonderful assortment of colors and patients. See the New Colors for Fall 1MO. * COUPON $1.00 Off On Any MEN'S or BOY'S NEW FALL JACKET In Sizes 36 to 46 from $18.95 In Sizes 6 to 18 from $10.95 BOY'S PARKAS All new. fall colors of _boy<s Parkas. He can play Cowboy and Indian in these as they are wash and wear, have eel- ucloud lining, extension cuffs, detachable hoods and built to take it. Arrived Just In Time For $ $ Day Men's "Wash and Wear" Continental Slacks Waist Sizes 29 to 34 Values To $5.95 $2 A Pr. Boy's Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Limited Group of better Shirts Values To $2.91 Final Clean Up $1.00 FREE Imported 10 in 1 Scope. A Useful-Educational Scientific Instrument, Free With Purchase Of Boy's LEE or KEY Dungarees, or Wash and Wear Slacks. Men's Yankee Doodle Double Thickness Flannel WORK GLOVES Reg. 44c 3 Pr. $1.00 DOLLAR DAY Super-Savings Day at the HUB ... Just In Time For You To Save On Your New Fall Wardrobe. LEUT ALGONA,IOWA MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING VALUES

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