The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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September 13, 1960 Mr and Mrs Albert McVay are the parents of n daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. •—o— Debra Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald M. Hanson, was bnpti/.ed Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. iaigona United Presbyterian Women will have a pot-luck luncheon Thursday at the church. — rt — The Weslyan Service Guild will be hosts to M district meeting of the -organization here Sunday, Sept. 18. September 13, 1960 PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER at PERCIVALS We Will Sell To THE FIRST ADULT at the Showroom Door, Thursday, Sept. 15 at 8 A.M. A 1951 MODEL AUTOMOBILE sl.OO That's Right - Only One Silver Dollar Buys A Car For Your Wife! .... or yourself! Mrs Charles LaBarre was admitted to St. Ann hospital Friday for medical treatment. —o— Ruth Circle-of the Presbyterian church is meeting this evening with Mi's Don Hommingscn. —o— Four babies were born Saturday at St. Ann hospital to Kossuth county residents. Girls were born to Mr and Mrs Irving Kcn- ne, West Bend, and Mr and Mrs Ronald Briggs, Alpuna; and boys to Mr and Mrs'Ronald Rassmusen. Algona, hnd Mr and Mrs Allan Budding. Bancroft. ALGONA v 1 The Algona Methodist W.S.C.S. are hosts today (Tuesday) to the Spencer District seminar and officers training school. Jimmy Joe, six year old son of Mr.and Mrs Joe Dahlhauser, is a patient at St. Ann hospital having become severely ill Sunday. A Complete "CAR CARE" CHASSIS \ Silver LUBRICATION I Dollar Sept. 15 Only — Bring coupon and one silver dollar PERCEVAL S "Long on Service" Algona, Iowa DODGE - DART - LANCER - TRUCKS DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS BRA AND GIRDLE CLEAN-UP This is a final clean up on a group of Name Brand Bras and Girdles thai we want to scii out in this one day sale. Reg. S3.95. 98c Girdles Priced at Vi PRICE ! STEVENS LINEN TOWELING The old reliable all linen toweling at a real bargain price. Reg. 49c per yard. 3 ,,$1 Joann Muckey, daughter of Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey. has gone to Mankato. Minn, 'to begin a course at Mankato Business College. —o— The League of Women Voters are having two membership teas this afternoon and evening (Tuesday) at the Druggists Mutual meeting room. —o— Pat Cowan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cowan. Mari- jiinc Williams, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Williams. Margaret Yeoman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, and Benjy Herbst, son of Mrs Theo Herbsl, went to Cedar Falls over the week-end to begin their freshman year at Iowa State Teachers College. Marianna Steele, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Steele, and Jim Pratt, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, are sophomores there. The Kupples Klub of the Congregational church had a dinner meeting Monday evening at the church. Mr and Mrs Jim Kolp are co-presidents. Fri., - Sept. 16 JMid West Caravan Sat., - Sept. 17 Al Noyce & Orch. Sun., - Sept. 18 JOHNNY CASH And Tennessee Two Featured on Jubilee U.S.A. ALSO Bobby Hankins And'The Blue Boys Adm. $1.70 plus tx. tot. $1.80 xttmmimmmmmmtmmmimmmm* Buys At GAMBLES Terpine PAINT THINNER $ 1 Gal. Can w/Pour Spout THESE ARE THURSDAY ONLY SPECIALS " „ / '»'•• • • '/UVWWWWWWVWVWWUVWWWVWVUW 45RPM RECORDS 10 FOR- 20 Plastic TUMBLERS ONLY Pkg. Of 6 LIGHT BULBS USED ITEMS $$$SAVE$$$ 12 ga. Shotgun - 6 shot, Tag 26484 __ $19 20 ga. Shotgun — Mossberg, Tag 15864 $22 Power Lawn Mower, Tag 26481 $25 Radio (works like new), Tag 26486 —.. $17 4-Speed Record Player, Tag 648023 ___ $19 Television - 21", Tag 578394 $88 Television - 21" Console, Tag 648059 . $25 Riding Lawn Mower, Tag 26480 —• $85 Refrigerator, Philco, Tag 26476 $44 Refrigerator, Coronado, Tag 578388 — $33 Refrigerator, Westinghouse, Tag 26482 _ $25 Refrigerator, Zenith, Tag 26483 $30 Refrigerator, Coronado, Tag 26491 $10 Refrigerator/ Marquette, Tag 26493 $ 5 Vacuum Cleaner, Tag 26464 $10 Gas Stove - Apt. Size, Tag 26499 $40 Air Conditioner, Tag 26466 $75 Jig Saw, portable, Tag 578351 $15 Oil Heater, Tag 15857 $44 10 BOWL COVERS Hour Glass Design 10 Foot STEEL TAPE 2 c.ii jm FLASHLITE $1 w/Batteries •• CHOICE ELECTRIC TOASTER ELECTRIC ELECTRIC COFIJEE MAKER IRON <9.oo LQW BOY 21 INCH Televison THI FRIINDiV STOIf Lawn RAKES 2 For Bamboo Laundry BASKET w Plastic Liner Men's Rockford SOCKS 3 Pair Only PIE SAVER w/Plastic Lid Gambles CAR WAX Close Out Price 10 Qt. Gqlvinized PAILS 2 for LIMIT 4 TO CUSTOMER Jiffy BROILER SAVE $ $ $ Mrs Ben Bakken was taken to University hospitals at Iowa City by air ambulance Wednesday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. Mrs Harold Hobson and Mrs Harold Schumacher returned Friday from Iowa City where the latter had a check-up at University Hospitals. — o— Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler spent the week-end in Minneapolis with the tormer's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Harry Dorweiler. John Wilson, Janice Bode and David Passmore *re among the IflfiO graduates of Algona high school who will attend the State University at Iowa City this year. Siri Norton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Norton, and Cindy Hardy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wes Hardy, arc leaving this week to enter Mankato State Teachers College. —o— Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins plan to go to Iowa City Sunday to take the son David back to the University of Iowa and the son, Robbie to his work with the International Business Machines Co. Mrs Milton Dahl and Mrs Merle Pratt went to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit the former's brother, Dow Laidley of Rolfe, who is a patient at Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs Stanley Nelson are parents of their first child, a son born Sept. 4 at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces, and has been named Gregory Vernell. Mrs Nelson is the former Peggy Hardgrove, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vernell Hardgrove. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 Ray Lewis WED., SEPT. 21 "Come As You Are Nite" Andy Doll After 31 Years Cactus Blooms At Jensen Home Ringsted — J. M. Jensen of Ringsted finds lhat after 31 years of waiting patiently his cactus has produced many blooms. His son, Wendell Jensen now of Princeton, Minn and formerly of Algona and the late Martin Thorson of Ringsted brought the cactus back from Yellowstone Park 31 years ago and the late Mrs J. M. Jensen planted it in the garden. While this plant was in bloom there was a well worn path to the garden. Everyone had to see this miraculous happening. Mr Jensen, feels that his patience has been rewarding with such a beautiful bloom. Mr Jensen was a former storekeeper before retiring. (UDM Engraving). SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 Guy DeLeo SUNDAY, OCT. 2 Clem Brau No Advance Booth Rtstrvations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 Mrs Henry Johannson enter tained the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Mrs Ken Kickbush .was a guest and prizes were received by Mrs Beechet Lane, Mrs John Button and Mrs Lester Johnson. The Men's Council of the Presbyterian church will have a dinner meeting Sept. 14. This is a change from the regular date. Leon Martin is in charge of the program with Marlin Meehlhause and Harold Long. Dick Vipond, son of Mr and Mrs Jim Vipond is spending several weeks at home. He is a student at George Washington University, Washington, D. C. and is employed by Congressman Coad in the House office building. —o— Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller took their daughter, Pam to Iowa City Saturday to enter the University of Iowa. Cheryl Immerfall, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Immerfall, expects to go to S.U.I, this week-end and Linda Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Craig Smith, left a week ago Sunday to help plan her sorority rushing. Sharon DeGroote, daughter o! Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons, has gone to Vermillion, S. Dakota to begin her freshman year at college. Sharon has been organist at the Presbyterian church for the past two years and the choir gave her a farewell party after rehearsal Thursday evening. Judy Gerber, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber, is ncvr organist. August D.H.I.A. Start Soil Bank Payments Oct. 3 Twenty-two herds were 'tested on"the DrifTl. A. plan with 433 cows in milk, according to Forrest Hofbauer, Swea City, D. H. I. A. supervisor for the • north unit. He also reports 31 herds were tested on owner-sampler with 467 cows tested. Lactations reported over 400 Ibs. of butterfat and the cow owners were Martin Harms — (4); C. H. Wilhelmi; Hilbert Bierstedt — (4); Herman Soderber? — (2); George Wallentine; and John Ruger — (5). Herds averaging over 36 Ibs. of butterfat per cow for August were those of Lawrence Loeschen, Ralph Walker, Jr., Ralph Angle & Engs'trom, and Leander Menke. The first illustrated daily newspaper was published in New York City in 1873. Zinc plate etchings were issued. Today, photographs of important events near and rar appear in daily newspapers within hours after they occur. NO ekr - American Gem Society AUGONA.IQWA , *- \ -if

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