The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 6
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(Ifl.) Upper D« Mdlriti Tuesday, Sept. 27, I960 Mrs Phillips Hostess Mrs Elmer Phillips is entertaining her card club Wednesday afternoon, r To Observe 40th - Mr and Mrs Herman Maahs will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 2, with open house from 2 lo 5 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors, ' Emmetsburg. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. Attend Party ' Mrs Clara Pompe and Mrs Lydia Wetzel attended the birthday party Friday at Mr and Mrs William Baxter at Lone Rock for Mr Baxter. , ' ' Mrs Loyola O'Brien entertained Saturday at a coffee honoring Mrs Al Hackney and Debbie of Piqua, Ohio. Thursday they were dinner guests of the Tim O'Briens. W£T OR DRY Butter STOR-N-DRY>/s off 9 In dry years, lets you harvest two to four weeks earHer for less field loss, higher yields 'and more income. • Gives low-cost, reliable protection against heavy discounts and spoilage losses in wet years. ', • Lets you sell early harvested grain at pre-harvest prices — or seal and. get your loan sooner. • Saves work-harvest while ground is still dry, and firm. One grain handling -into the bin- and your work is "done. AU IN ONE "PACKAGE"-Fomou. Butlir bin. Super Air-Flo perforated floor, Force-Air fan, and Stor-N-Dry heater (If necessary) aro available at a complete "packaged" Stor-N- Dry tyitem. Nothing extra to buy. Easy tet-up. System* for all crops and moisture COME IN AND OR STOR-N-DRY DETAILS JOE BRADLEY FARM EQUIPMENT - FIRESTONE TIRES G. M. C. TRUCKS ALGONA i 4 M'rs Bill Studef entertained In noho» of her 'daughter, Diane Sene'a 4th birthday Sept. 19. ^hose attending were Judy ahd Julie ' Erpelditig, Georgia Ann Fox arid Patsy Dillon. The after* noon was spent playing games and refreshments wore served. Homemak^rs Met The Irvington Homemakers club "met Sept. 21 with Marie Scuffham who was assisted by Sadie Mawdsley. .Eighteen mem^ faers and seven guests were (pro- sent. Plans were made for a bus tour '.October 14 t,o Red Wing, Minn. Election of'officers will-be held in October. ' Attend Shower Mrs Perry Lowman, Mrs Rebecca Lowman and Mary Carlson ot Burt drove to Eagle Grove Saturday to attend a shower given for Kim Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs William Oliver. The child is a granddaughter of Mrs fc-erry Lowman and great-grandaughter of Mrs Rebecca Lowman. Family Dinner Mr and Mrs Joe Punk entertained at a family dinner Sunday,'a celebration of the birthdays of their daughter Vicki, 5, and Mrs Tom, Potter. Other guests jvere Tom Potter of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush of Webster City, Mrs Paul Tegelund of Belmond, Kenneth Kickbush and thu respective families. The Tom Potters have moved from Des Moincs to Mason City where Tom is attending Junior College. Family Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg's. In attendance , were Mr and Mrs Hilding Hagg, Mr and Mrs Rudy Sward, Mr and Mrs Fred SwansOn and Edna Hagg of Dell Rapids, S. D., Emil Hagg of Adel, Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg, Mr and Mrs Fred Hagg, Mr and,Mrs George Miller, ,Gus ,Hagg and Mrs Errima Hagg. The Algonans furnished the pot-luck dinner and supper, both meals being served in the basement recreation room. Hosts At Dinner Mr and Mrs Herbert Haas entertained at a family dinner last week Sunday, had as guests Mr and Mrs Gerald Haas,, Mr and Mrs Harlan Haas, Mr and Mrs Roland Haas, James Haas, Mr and Mrs Gary McDonald and David McDonald. Dinner was served at Van's cafe and the afternoon was spe/it at the host's home, where cards were played. Mrs Herbert Haas is the former Mrs Gwen McDonald and the marriage took place Aug. 3 in the Congregational church. Would you give $ l per week' for a brand new Diamond ring? IF SO, READ THIS MESSAGE FROM RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY NOW — just as the Christmas buying season is about to begin — Rusk's announces its new credit jewelry plan . . . whereby you can purchase and own a beautiful diamond ring for a gift or for your wedding and pay as little as $1.00 per week . . . payment can range from $1 per week or any sum you wish to pay ... all you need is a small down payment and the diamond is yours. No diamond—large or small—is exempt from this credit plan . . . and best of all, selection is almost unlimited at Rusk's . . . where you are assured of a guarantee and of service too. Stop in this week and talk to us about this wonderful new credit plan. < NEW RINGS SIZED WHILE YOU WAIT OF COURSE WE'LL FINANCE WATCHES and OTHER JEWELRY a h u g c selection of quality diamonds to choose from Priced From $50 to $500 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR / RUSK Drug and Jewelry i ss* f amity Mf a«d M« John been visited' By-lhi ter Mrs flfogbetg .of Ml." She Was aucffif Sfrawbewy' 1 Pftlhf, i thet there by hef adn'dntf d& ter*in4&w Mr '' and • Mrs ^ Cltftia Hogberg, of Rock Islahd. -A^flfttf- ly picnic was held atStcawbewy Point, others atte^dlHg'blltti Mr and Mrs John VoaS'Jfi. Mr and Mrs Keith Vos% bf M Verne, ahd Mr and Mrs Belmaf VosS, of Eagle Grove. ' f f Birthday ObseWeo" , Marilyn ttildebr'andj 'dau of Mr and Mrs Glen HUdebraftdV was given a party Friday -afternoon in observance of her seventh birthday. Guests were Ann Taylor, Tammy Fairish, Sandra Gilmore, Barbara Schlievert, Jim Allen, Lynn Erickson, Sherry Harris, Rickic and 'Terry Bilyeii. Games were played ahd refreshments served. Shirley- Ring'sdorf. sister of Mrs Hildebrand, assisted. Hosts Card Parly Mrs Lydia Wetzel entertained at a card party Thursday evening and had as guests .Mr , and Mrs William Boettcher, Mary Zumach, of Fenton* Mr .and,:Mrs Arthur Zumach, Mr and Mrs William Buss, Mrs Esther , Hintz, Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter, > of Lone Rock, Mr and. .Mrs Irvin Wetzel, Mr ahd Mrs 1 Clarence Cook, Mr and Mrs R. W. Wetzel, and Mrs Clara Pompe. 500 was played and high score: prizes. were won by Arthur Zumach and Mrs -William Buss. .Low score prizes went to William Buss ana Mrs William Baxter. Mrs Irvin Wetzel won the door prize. -••.,Vernon Christoffers Weds DeVona McDermott, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marno McDerr mott of Austin, Minn., became the bride * of Vernon Christoffers, son of Mr and Mrs Ferman Christoffers ' of Ft. Dodge, in a wedding ceremony Sept. 11 : at St. John's Lutheran church in Austin. The Christoffer family formerly lived in Algona and the- bridegroom is a graduate of Algona j high. Both he and the bride will graduate in January from. Valpa T raiso University. Sandra Anderson of Austin \vas maid of honor and Paul Christoffers attended his brotner as best man. Doug Meyer of Algona was 6ne of the ushers. . BURT By Mrs Al Hinckley "We Can Finance Any Jewelry Purchase" Mr and Mrs J-ete Godfredson, Armstrong, Mr and. Mrs Alfred Godfredson, Fairmont, and Mr and Mrs -Stanley May of Polo, 111. were visitors in- the E. R. Woltz home Monday. Mr and Mrs Leslie Graham, Marshalltown, and Mr Kenneth Graham and Ralph, Mason City, were weekend guests at the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs Jay Graham. Leslie is the high school math, teacher in the Marshalltown school. Mrs Christie Olson and Sherry were Tuesday visitors at her parents, the Grahams. Mr and Mrs F. C. Soderburg were called to McGregor due to the death of Mrs Soderburg's uncle, T. E. Hartwick. Funeral services were held Tuesday. Mr Hartwick was well-known here by many as he was a frequenl visitor in the Soderburg home. The school band went to Fort Dodge to march in the parade for John Kennedy Day held in Fort Dodge Thursday. The Burt community will be lost to the State Line Career 3ay Program for Juniors from all the Kossuth County Schools and the State Line Conference Schools Nov. 1. Mr and Mrs Jerry Johnson and family of Sharon Springs, Kan. are visiting at the home of Mr Johnson's parents, the^ Warner Johnsons. Mrs Alex Krueger, Lone Rock, was a Sunday guest at the Hiram Ackerman homo. Also guests in the Ackerman home were Mrs Jim Klaas and Bonnie Marie, Marshalltown, Gary Ackerman and Juliu Jackowell, Fort Dodge. Mr J. H. Schrorder enjoyed a short visit at tha home of his sister and family, The A. E. Hauckes at Hector, Minn. Mr and Mrs Dean Reed and family, Mankato, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Helen Johnson. Mrs Walter Koch, La Grange, 111., is spending thip week at the home of her mother, Mrs Cora Stow and with her sister, Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Swea City, while her husband is working in Spencer. Mrs Delbert Schaelcr was hostess to a group of 15 ladies in her home Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers were Monday visitors at the Dean Andrews home. Tommy Woltz celebrated his 2nd birthday Thursday. In honor of the occasion his mother invited his grandparents, Mr and Mrs E. R. Woltz to have dinner with them Thursday evening The ladies of the W.S.C.S. will meet at the churcn early Thurs- to be'pt*&n't. Thff W,S,dJ, ,'di; liil 'chiirch ' received" 1 gM* cial I'ece&nltkJft front ths, M6ftft Iowa ddnfefeflc'e^ t6t'~ ''="-"" -With , ra.' Mer. MM ifo^&ittfo Mts •Jj. ,j«i Maiueg.. wit pint's; ,'Nfra' < Ethel ' WUV a. f 1YJU Ledflarti 'M&B8dahV.<Mi$'' GdbfiJte "• '•" •" ^ i^^»j "• f ' ''<'/ Grecian Galaxife matched slip and peliislip. Both in opaque nylon tricot with lavish trims of scalloped Alencon lace. Slips: alabaster White, onyx black, ivory duet and sandalwood duet, i Laurel duet, royal el'ectra, nectarine duet, sizes 32-38 Average. ' $5.90 Peitislip: alabaster white, onyx black and ivory duet. Sandalwood duet and royal electra Laurel duet» nectarine duet, 24-32 Average. $398 Beh , 3fltt ( ? Mrs, dhaties,;,A»amp, Ahtbn'tiidifikSeft, Sfti-lUff- 2611 Mf^Etoft Nel|6fl,'M« Arthut rt^etfdteiv MM Kenneth- Meam, SOV AdftthSr'MM Mugh' Post, "i 1 *r *~ i i' ' i ^' *i ^ * ' k ' tiotehklsa aid Presto! Kfflr^- 1 •-— ? - a 'Y faJ "*~*~^'"""~ 'in ThV timeless!beauty'fpTTf * i . _i .J _>..'., .-*'„> ^ • , jfcAw £g£ j , < , . t Fot Ladies who \ love all things feminine..* 4 • Grecian Galaxie peignoir Rosettes and flowering '" kce bloom for ever ort soft is a powder puff .peignoir. Fashioned , by Artemis in billowy rtiisty layers of nylon •trfcot just-to make you a most beautiful^ dreamer. Breathtaking, tone-on-tonecolors: white mist, black, ambrosia, A; ivory mist, rl sandalwood, / ,nectarine, / / royal . \' J sapphire, <r^""' paradise pop'py, . • turquoise mist, aquarelle. Sizes S,Mj $25.98 Matching waltz gown* Only $8.98 Ify In Algona Ifs ajiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ Illlllllllllllt Fall... ...Dark Call to the Colors Color keynotes fall sport coats. Pale shades of Olive and Gold are the highlites, combined in multi-colored effects. Cheeks and plaids dominate with fresh designs vof fabrics ranging from rugged tweeds to the new smooth worsteds. Sport Coats $19.95 - $35.00 Is the Keynote of our New Fall Suits They're trim and slightly terrific. Tailored in the fin-' est Imported woolens. Masculine vintage tones . . in shades that are steps away from the ordinary. $39.50 to $89.50 day, Sept. 29 for the annual fall |IIIIIIIPIIIIII!!IIII1IIIIIIII>IIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1« I ...And Kupenheimer Clothcraft Griffon Handsome It goes without saying that our • FALL • HAT • COLLECTION has |Mit the right style »hope and eoler to "top yoy eff/' Stetson Champ $7.95 to $13.9i is the word that describes our TOPCOATS The dassic styling offers the ultimate In comfort and tailoring as well as design perfection. $34.50 to $55,00 Season Skipper JllllllillllJIIUIIIIIIIIIIII

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