The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 16
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R/'efce - Newmew L. W. tiniespie *ill be hostess to the Happy Birthday club on Friday atternoon. Mrs Home* Llridhe«t has beferl dismissed from St, Ann hospital and is now at her home, _Bel Canto music club la having its annual dues paying luncheoh Wednesday afternoon at Hotel Algoha. For the best hew ideas and materials for your NEW HOME Start planning with us! ' ' '"'' f' WE SELL QUALITY 'BRANDS WHOSE NAMES YOU KNOW fND TRUST ; Use , our 'budget ' of your home • « '' . ; improvement projects. No cash down! In all the national magazines you see many wonderful new building materials and products to help you build a bel- ter home for less-money. Here's a partial list of the famous brands- which we handle. In addition, we'll introduce you to a reputable local builder, and we can arrange the financing, too. So see us first on your new horns planning. : FREE HOME PLANNING SERVICE for homebuilding help ffl , State fltacHtfo'eolietef *ft fiedftf Falls, spent the weekiertd iwrt vrtth his fcftf-eritsj Ml^artd^MM 1 Lloyd Pratti .' • ' ?> '< -' '* - • ' , Sharofi OeQtoaie/ atfaghkl 8f Mr and Mrt CMfif les ' Siramens; pledged Pi WUf ttii **«*}*?*£ the University, of South 4 fiakdt& at Vermiilion "whew she-is.^ freshman. * ,< •;. ;* •/ * ' »ft church will spiritual bztfcaa'i'.' 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Mrs Browef and Mrs Hugh are in charge. " f ' f • % Pat Cowan, da-jgt.ter «f Rt« and Mrs Kenneth Cotfan ytm home from Iowa Sime i'eactiefs College at Cedar Falls to attend the funeral of her grandmother. ivirs Ben Bakfcen. The IhletMi^difiie Vmilh Fellowship of the Methddfst .church have elected hetw offfcers,, Bruce McCullough Is president; Jean Christiansen vice president: Susan Moulton Is treasurer,' Glen Tschetter, secretary! ahd John Will and Liftda Bishop, the hospitality committee. ' ' Mf-aftd'Mtt nk^e 'ha»ed their Hetf s&ft Brad* ley'fttehard. H& wad bbtoi'-Setm ter., , trf; Mf '<, Bbtt -' Merle ,t»fatt, , football prabtlce" Wednesday-ana is a patient, at -St. Ann hospital, He is a sophomofe .high seh'bol. i '•? ',; i 91*1 IN Or! on and ^^^iituj t j /rm*'*»j freshmerv at -M&nkatp State ,Tfea end here .with! their; parents') 'Mr &'nd Mrs Richard Norton, and ,Mf ''and Mrs Wesley, Harfly. • The high school YaUih FMlaifc 'shife 8t the ^tesbyti&Brf ehufch had ttff fifljt frieetliig of the.j^ea'f Sunday 'dVe'ntng. It was a KaVj 'ride to trie farm Hbihe of Mr arid 'Mrs Lloyd Cterber ',, ,/.. ., Recent fcat>iisifls 'at St. C4b'e'- lla's Catholic church ^ were Michael John, son of'Mr r atid %£ 'fiflgehe Zendfer; Ciarie Jean, daughter of Mr and'Mrs Cha'r-, les Harmon; Kathetine Marie, •daughter of Dr. and Mrs Andrew Cotton and Charles Franklin, sbh of Mr arid Mrs Franklin Wagner.' Upper Des Publishing 111 E. Call St. ALGONA Phone.CY 4-3535 Elhel Ricke, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roman Riclce,'Bancroft, and Darrell Nemmers, •' son of SylveStefNettimers, also Bancroft, were married Sept. 3 in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Mser. J. H. Schultes officiated at.the double ring ceremony. The bride and groom are each graduates of St. Johns high school and are making their home at Bancroft. A wedding story appeared in the'Sept. 13 issue of the UDM (Nels Isaacson Photo-UDM Engraving). ._ . KELLEY LUMBER CO "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA Mr and Mrs Dwight Simpson are- the parents of a daughter born Sept; 24 at St. Ann.hospi- tal. She weighed 9 pounds 6 ounces. : ' ..-, ', Mr and Mrs' John Heiderschie- dt are parents of a S9n born Sept. 22 at St-. Ann hospital. He weighed 8'pound and iU ounces. •- '—o— . •• Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski. former residents now of Waterloo, spent the week-end here with Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan. —o— Bill Kraft, student' at Buena Vista College at. Storm Lake, spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr and Mrs William Kraft. —o—• Mrs Harold. Gilmore, Mrs Ed Gilmore, Mrs Virgil Smith, Mrs Paul Owens, Mrs Barney Frankl and Mrs Clara Zender are hostesses at two parties, a brunch on Tuesday morning and a dessert- bridge on Thursday afternoon at the Algona Hotel. Frank Sterling is a paiienl at Veterans Hospital ?n Des Moines. Mr and Jflrs Pat Gullen. former Algonans now of Storm Lake, spent the week-end here with friends. Parents of the Mrs Charles McVay's morriing kindergarten class at Bryant Suiiopl had a coffee Monday evening at the school. Hecekah lodge members will have a pot-luck dinner at the lodge hall this evening (Tuesday). Mrs Walter Klamp and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee are in charge. ' .Young. Adults or the Methodist church have elected new officers Dorothy Barkema is president; Dick Perry, vice president Linda Larson, secretary-treasurer; and Dean Benscholer, putyli- city chairman. The next meeting of the group will be Sept. 128 at the church. , Announcing the 1961 Ford.: ~. Beautifully proportioned to the , 'CLASSIC FORD "LOOK An honor to be proud of, tills is the medal presented by the international fashion authority, Centre pet L'AIti Moda-Italiana, to the 1961 Ford for functional expiession of claiiie teauty. The 1961 FordGalaxie Club Victoria- beautifully built IQ take care of people BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO TAKE CARE OF ITSELF The 1961 Ford introduces a whole new concept of what a car can do for you ... and for itself/ It lubricates itself. New nylon bearings and a newly developed lubricant keep the '61 Ford freshly greased for 30,000 miles. Goodbye grease racks! What's more, it cleans its own oil. The 1961 Ford's Full-Flow oil filter lets you go 4,000 miles between oil changes. ;• It adjusts its own brakes. A "mechanical brain" keeps brakes Adjusted for the life of the lining. Rust? Ford's body, is specially processed to resist corrosion, even to galvanizing body panels beneath doors; • ' For,d takes care of itself on the turnpike, too, with a new 390- cu. in. 'jfhunderbird Special V-8 that has all the punch you'll ever need. The 352 T&underbird Special V-8 and 292 Thunderbird V-8 thrive oh regular gas. And, for top econoiovj ^oti can choose the '(51 Mileage Maker Si* This is the 1961 Forf... beautifully proportioaed to the Classic ford l^...beautifully bulk to take care of itself. HERE'S HOW THE '61 FORD TAKES CARE OF ITSELF LUBRICATES ITSELF. You'll normally go 30,000 miles without * chassis lubrication. . ... CLEANS ITS OWN OIL. You'll go 4,000 miles between oil "change* with Ford's Full-Flow oil filter. ADJUSTS ITS OWN BRAKES. New Truck Size brakes adjust themselves automatically. GUARDS ITS OWN MUFFLER. Ford mufflers are double-wrapped and. aluminizcd—uotuially will last ibiec times u long M oidnutj mufflers. PROTECTS ITS OWN BODY. AU vittj onderbody pMM are »peciaDr processed to resist rust and cotioiion, even to galvanizing body panels beneath duois. TAKES CARE Of m OWN FINISH. New Diamond Lustre Finish ocvtt needs wax. 61 FOto KENT MOTOR CO., ALGONA, IOWA WORLD'S FIRST Smith-Corona ELECTRIC PORTABLE New POWER-TYPING with Portable Convenient* Handsome Carrying Case Included , Electric power does the work. Ton jusf float your fingers:over the keys. Easy, effortless, and each char- octer prints : with the same sharp uniformity. Completely portable. tow Price Sensation! Smith-Corona Skyriter. .. Wow Only Welflhi only 9 pounds, y«t tiai full-size keyboard and takes regular size type* writer paper. Sturdy, dependable, preclilon-bullt. ALL OUR PORTA&LES PRICED MEET OR BETTER All Discount = • /; ''•' . -' Or Catalog Houses. BRING IN YOUR CATALOG AND SEE i A Great Buy! 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