The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1960
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< " * Ex-Wesleyans Observe Golden Anniversary Wesley — Mr and Mrs John prmsby of, San Francisco.' Cal., former Wesleyans, celebrated ttfeir golden wedding aiintveie* sary with a/mass of ThanksgiV* ing at St. fioniface church' in, San This Sta-Nu PROCESS? Next Best Thing To New Clothes t ' i STA-NU finishing is colorless and odorless 'but you can see and feel the difference \ in your clothes. Colors look like new ... bright. Fabrics feel soft and smooth like , new again. r - ' Let Us Show You What STA-NU Will Do To Improve The Appearance, Texture 1 and Color Of Your Clothes, Draperies and Blankets. Give Morri A Washday Rest By letting pur EXPERT LAUNDRY do the weekly If wash ... We have INEXPENSIVE family bundle rates! Friendly, Courteous Service. , CALL CY 4-326,5 TODAY FOR FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY Algona East of Courthouse Iowa SPEAKING Ypu're Measuring Real Value . . . when you realize the true economy of PENNY-; CHEAP electricity! No single power can do so many jobs for so little. Take a good look at your home. Is if adequately wired and supplied with wonderful electricity to make your work and play more enjoyable? If not .... , see your local utilities Co. to begin enjoying the super-benefits of PENNY-CHEAP electricity. Algona Municipal Utilities * Phone CY 4-2333 Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-RelieveiFainJ , .-- fir»t time islsnce n»f found a n?w healing jubstance until the Mton- JioW ability to shrink beroor- ilioidSf stop itching, and relieve pain - without «nrgsry. .. ' In case fetter «»se. while gently relieving p«in, *,ciu«l. reaction hrinkSK*) too* place- Mostr|ro**in K ofan-resylt» were w iihing •Utement* , b»ve, pen»«d to b« a probleml • Tb« Mcret i* * D«T healing itance (Bip-Dyne»)-di»(:overy of I world-famou* recearch inititut*, This lubrtance i* now ayailabl* in mppotitory or ointmtnt farm under the name Prtparvtto* At your druggi»t. M«n«y FfanClseo, John Ormsby and Jpsie Me* Cfbden were married • Sept. d, 19iO at St,, James church In; Forest city. i They are the parents of four children and have 10 grandchildren. Held Cookbui" Tuesday club met in the City Park Sept. 20 for a cook out lunch prepared by the Mesdames L H. Kleinpeter and Reese Martin. They 'voted to have a sale of large .Holland tulip bulbs Oct. 1 on main street, with 'all profits going into the Park Improvement fund. Veva Lease gave a talk on Na- tldnal Parks,and Claire Thomas was in charge of entertainment 18 Women were present. The October meeting will be t hold at the J. T. Meurer home w'ith Mrs ;Cliff Anfinson assisting. , New Grandson Mr, and Mrs Lawrence Kop- peh report a new grandson born Sept^ 8 to Mr and Mrs Roland Schmidt; of Garner at the Han- coclc memorial hospital at Britt. The young couple' now have three sons and three daughters. The.infant has been named Michael Anthony. Plan Dinner , St. Josephs Guild held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Plans for the annual,turkey dinner were discussed. They planned to hold the sisters food and grocery shower Oct. 18. They voted to hold all regular -meetings on the third Tuesday evening of each mpnth, instead of the third Wednesday evenings. Circle 7 of the Giuld served lunch. 500 was .played. Mildred. Arndorfer and Florence Hildman won high and low score prizes. Mr and Mrs Herbert Studer and his mother, Mrs Studer of Excelsior, Minn, spent one day last week visiting Emma Studer, the Ben Studers and the A. N. Richtsmeiers. .-' Carl ITroehlichs report a new granddaughter born Sept 19 in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Grein of LuVerne. The infant' weighed 8 pounds and 8 ounces. Her mother is the former Ruth Froehlich. Mrs Martin Hamilton was , a .patient, in the Hancock County memorial hospital at Britt. ( Guests in the George Vitzthum home Sept. 18 Were Janice Vitzthum and a friend of Des Moines, who were weekend guests, Mrs E. N. Kaloplastos and family of Mason City, ; a'om Vitzthum family of Laurens,' Luke Young- wirths, Mrs Helen Youngwirth of Wesley. Mrs Vitzthum's brother Terrin Dolan of Seattle,' Washington was 'a guest there last week. Mr and Mrs Floyd Dolan of Alexander, S. D. also visited the Vitzthums and their mother, Mrs Ella Dolan. Mr and Mrs Derwin Kuenle and children, of Fairmont, Minn, will move Oct. 1 into the first floor of- the Joe Miller brick house. Mr Kuenle is employed by R. E. Newbrough as truck operator. Wesley township homemakers met Sept 20 in the Ralph Wier home, Mrs Joe Hauptman was assistant hostess. Mrs Walter Comprey of Plum Creek, vice- president of the county womens group, gave a talk. Mrs Ralph Tjaden led group singing and Mrs Charles Nygaard was in charge of recreation. Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings became parents of a daughter Caroline Deane Sept. 14' in a Downers Grove, III. hospital. Grandparents are Gordon Giddings and Mrs Henrietta Bowman. Mr and Mrs Frank Hauptly had as their dinner guests Sept. 18: Mr and Mrs Lester Madsen of Spencer and Mr and Mrs Eugene Loata, Karen and Bobbie of Fort Dodge, ftyjnday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Ralph Hartley of Marathon and Lawrence and Otto 1'ox and Esther Schroeder. Mrs Chloric Simpson had as her houseguests several days last week her brother, Ray Davis and wife of'Lomita, Cal. They went to Ottumwa Friday, to visit other relatives. Margaret Ann Bleich, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich began work Monday in the telephone office at Garner. Sl>e is a 1980 graduate of Garrigan high school, Algona. Mrs Elof Pearson and daughter, Leslie and Patty Bleich went to Mt. "Vernon Sept. 17 to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs E. F. Stansberry and to attend their 56th wedding anniversary celebration, and the llth anniversary of her brother Leslie Doyle Stansberry and his wife on the fol* lowing day The reunion and party were held at the home of Mrs Pearson's sister, Mrs Helen McFatridge of Cedar Rapids. Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs Justine pecker and Marjorie went to St. Joe Monday evening to attend a prenuptial shower for the former's sister, Mary Ann Berte. Mfs Helen Johnson has resigned her position as'clerk in Walker's store as of October 1. Mrs Theron Hansen will begin work there Oct. 3. Mrs Johnson has been employed in the store for 15 years. The MeSdfiftlefr Cliff AnfiftsoU, Paul Erdman, Charles Gollnef and Mrs Lester Larson attended the Sept. 16 meetihg of the Bfitt hospital Auxiliary, ary Miner will complete basic training ih the navy 1 Oct. 6 at San Diego, Calif. He expects to be Sent to .an'-electronics school. . A Mrs Cliff Anfinson entertained members of the -Britt hospital Auxiliary hostess group at her home Sept. 19. ' Rev. and -Mrs Peray Carlson and' several members of/ the Evangelical Free Church attend" ed the semi-annual district con* ference at'Clear'Lake Sept. 18' 2K, f t f II »nt •• j Engagement Of Louella Bormann . Is Announced They returned home Monday evening after a very enjoyable trip. Wednesday evening supper guests at the TorH-Tfenary home -were Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mi* and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family. Mr and'Mrs Bernard Mcister and family visited Mrs Meistcr parents, Mr and Mrs R. Vi Cox of Fort Dodge Sunday. Other guests were a brothe>,- Mr ana Mrs Dean Cox and Susan, also of Fort Dodge. 'Dr. and Mrs Robert Collett and family of Englewobd, Colo, will Arrive Sept. 29 for a few days' visit at the Rny McWhorter and Frank Becker nomes. Sunday evening, Oct 2, Dr. Collett will shbw pictures at the Burt Legion hall, under the sponsorship of the Burt Lions Ciub. This is open to the public. The pictures are a tour of the Holy Land and Europe, Mrs Collett is the former Janice McWhorter. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland will meet Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 4, at the home of Mrs Hazel Carroll. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! St. Joe —..Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann announce tHe engagement and approaching marriage) of their daughter, Louella M. Bormann, to' Allen Cannon of Washington,. D. C^ A-. .November wedding is planned Miss Bor-' mann is a graduate of St. Joseph high school' here and is employed as office mariager for National Hearing and Speech Association in Washington D. C., Mr Cannon is on the Washington, D. C. police force. (UDM Engraving) Chris Haases Observe 44th At Portland Levant Moore and girls and Leona Ha'ase attended a surprise party at the Chris Haase home Sunday in honor of their 44th wedding anniversary, which was Sept. 20. 6ther friends and relatives attending were Mr and Mrs Iver Bergum, Mr and .Mrs Ray Bergum and family, Mr and Mrs Art Bergum and family''all of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs; Joe Fisher and Clarence and Mr and Mrs William Haack all of Swea Ci'ty, Mr and Mrs Lloya Eichenberger and family of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Emil Haack and sons of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Melvin Haase and girls of Burt. Leona Haase baked the 3-tier anniversary cake, which was served with ice cream. Mr and Mrs Haase received many nice cards and gifts. Mr and Mrs Mark Shore and boys, Mark Jr., Buddy and Scott of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Mrs Richard McDowell, Michael, Denise and Kim of Dawson, Mr and Mrs Orin Beardley, Brian and Billy of Waterloo, Mrs Forbus Stiltz of Livermore, Mrs Robert Skilling of Algona, Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruthvenjwere dinner guests . at thp Ray Fitch Home. Mrs Elmer Erickspn of Rodman spent Tuesday visiting Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary left Aug. 21, and. were gone four weeks. They attended an Alyey family reunion, -visited relatives and friends in Tell City, Derby, Canne-lton, Indianapolis and Crown Point, Indiana and on their way home visited two cousins of Mrs Trenary, Mr and Mrs Donald Cunningham and family and Mr and Mrs Claire Cunningham and family, 'in Chicago. HAMBURGERS BUNS MIRACLE WHIP ...AIL YOU NEED FOR BETTER BUNWICHES # TRIM NEW CHEVROLET * * LARGER FAMILY OF NEW CHEVY CORVAIRS *' 6tCHE¥ROLETTR1JCKS KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 108 S. 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Every toy goes regardless of price . .. they are all new, in perfect shape, waiting for some happy youngster to play with. Now is the time to buy these toys for Christmas, while you have the chance to buy them at such rediculous^prices. The selections are good and the prices are right . . . out they go ... every one of them. • . i; ,,',' ®8&xxy^yy^y®^^ BOIT ACTION CAP SHOOTING RIFLE - $2.98 W%y$ffQ^V^^ RIDING ROCKET TANK- $7.45 MIRRO-MATIC COOKING SET - J1.S "Like Mothers" PERSON-TO-PERSON INTERCOM PHONES - $5.95 • Lighted Baton ----------- $1.50 • Cement Mixing Truck ---- $3.75 • Cattle Transport -------- $2.98 t Teddy Bears ----------- $2.98 f Ereeto Sets — 50c - 75c - $1.50 • Panda Bears -•— $2.25 • Husky T-33 Tractor $2.25 • Big Bonnie Dolls $9.95 • Pull Toys -— ?5c • Erector Set $7-50 • Elect. Emergency Unit $3.75 • Anti Aircraft Gun $2.25 • Tool sets $1-00 • Farm Sets 89c • 11" Cuddle-Lee Doll $2.25 MANY - MANY MORE ! SELECTIONS ARE GOOD ! DON'T DELAY ! % XS y ) yt&&^^

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