The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1960
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l**Alfftfti (la.) UflWf fa M»lmt Tuesday, Oct. 4, I960 ' J-J-:..VJ_..HI..a. »tI.-•-];! _ _.;„.-. ..... ... * * Honor Babies Mrs Jerry Lewis and: Mrs Donald Mains were hostesses at a shower given at Mrs Wesley Mains' ISst Tuesday afternoon. Honorees' were Mrs Wesley Mains' and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff and their recently born children, Daniel Leslie Mains and Rosalie Rae .Vanderhoff. _ Mr and Mrs Martin Becker had 30 guests for" dinner Saturday 1 . Most of them were relatives who came. for the Band Festival. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs John Snere entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. High and second "high score prizes '.were won by Mrs Larry Knoll and Mrs Phil Diamond, respectively. Attend Obtervan*, Mf and Mrs Perry Byam were nt Worthirigton, Minn., Sunday to attend the golden wedding Celebration of the former's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Everett Phillips. FALL PAINT SALE Kentucky Red BARN PAINT gal. $2.79 Leader HOUSE PAINT gal. $3.59 tverbrite HOUSE PAINT gal. $4.99 .•> e How Many Colors Can You Name ? W« Have Several Thousand Colors Available In All Exterior Finishes. Ask For Our Colortrend Book — Your Guide To New Refreshing Paint Colors. ACT NOW! SAVE$$ , t REDING DAVIS PAINT 3 E. STATE ALGONA CY 4-4253 TUESDAY IN LIVING COLOR N.B.C.-9:OO C.B.T. A WONDERFUL EVENING OF SONG AND DANCE I DONALD O'CONNOR SHOW STARRING* DONALD O'CONNOR CO-STARRING ANDRE PBEVIN •WITH . SIDNEY MILLER ' t Ts Haw Coffe* Mrs Merle Webster is entertaining her coffee club Wednesday rhorning,, Birthday Club Mrs Lawrence Gillespic entertained the members of her birthday club Friday afternoon. Luncheon Set The Congregational Fellowship will meet Oct. 6 for a one o'clock luncheon. Naomi circle will serve. Baptist Ladies /The Women's Missionary society of the First Baptist church will meet Oct. 4 at the church. Hostesses Doris Keith and Betty Haag. Mrs Morck Hostess Mrs C. W. Morck Sr., was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs Harold Gilmore and Mrs Hal Long. P.W.O. Circles Thc.P.W.O. circles will meei Thursday, October 6 as follows Circle A with Mr;; Oran Hudson assisted by Mrs Arthur Hix. Cir cle B with Mrs Alfred Schenck, assisted by Mrs Willis Etherington and Mrs Robert Richter. Circle C with Mrs A. E. Kresensky assisted by Mrs Charles Redemske and Mrs Cecil McGinnis Circle D with Mrs W. A. Hard- assisted by Mrs Fred Wegener. Has Birthday A pot-luck supper was served Tuesday evening at Mrs Alice Clayton's, an observance of her birthday. In attendance were Mrs Martin Becker, Mrs W. C. Dewel, Mrs Bessie Jones, Ida Peterson, and Mrs Leora St John. The evening was spent playing Canasta and the high and low score prizes went to Mrs St. John and Mrs Clayton —spectively. Mrs Clayton was also presented with a gift. Hannah Spiers Of Swea Dies, Funeral Held Mrs Hannah Spiers, 81, Swop City, died Wednesday at a rcsl home in Estherville, where she had been a patient since November, 1956. Services at 7 p.m. at the Barnes funeral home with Rev. Leroy Pillman officiating. The body was then taken to Traer where services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday with Rev. Walter Gerhan officiating, fiurial was at Buckingham cemetery, Traer. Mrs Spiers was born Dec. 21. 1878, at Swea City. She taught, school in the Swea City area and then married Mr Spiers. They farmed near Swea City, and also lived at Traer for several years. Survivors include one son, Howard Courtney, Hudson, and one brother, Ernest Miller, Estherville. Truman T® Speak At Spencer, Oct. 8 Indications are that a large delegation of Kossuth county voters will go to Spencer October 8 to hear former President Harry S. Truman, it was reported by Donald W. Murray, chairman of the Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee. Mr Truman will speak during a Democratic rally scheduled for 2:30 p.m. in the Spencer High school field house. A parade and a luncheon are also being planned. Farm policy will be the themc- of the former president's address. Midwest farm voters are credited with a major role in the 1948 Truman election victory which upset the predictions of pollsters. Mr Truman requested that Iowa be included on his speech agenda in support of the Democratic national ticket. "We're most pleased that our section of the state was selected for his appearance" the Democratic chairman commented. There will be no admission charge for the Spencer field house rally. Last Rites Pend For Tiny Girl Burt — Last rites are pendinp at the Winter Funeral Home, Buffalo Center, for little Audrey Louise Roy, six week old daughter of A/1C Leo and Mrs Roy, who died in a hospital in Japan, where she had buen hospitalized since birth. t1» On Sept. 16 she underwent surgery for a buwel obstruction from which she did not rally Surviving are the parents and a brother, Bruct, ner grandparents Roy in Texas and her maternal grandmother, Mrs Florence Bagby, Burt. A brother preceded her death on Aug. 17, and 'a sister in infancy. FILING PROBLEMS? For better record-keeping, a filing cabinet is the answer. From $24.50 and up. Upper Des Moines Pub Co., Algona. Garrigan King, Queen Candidates FHONt CY 4-3535 - YOUK CHICKEN SUPPER DO AN METHODIST CHURCH TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 1 Serving To Start A^.5 O'clock Homemade Pies and Buns Adults $1.00 Children under 12 - SOc Garrigan high school's student body will elecl a king and queen this week to preside over Homecoming activities Saturday night. Candidates for the post are shown above. fhey are, front row, left 10 right,-Marilyn Hobscheidt, Margaret Goeeke, Mary Jean Hood and Mary Bradley, candidates for queen, and back row, left to right, Phil Kinsey, Gary Mergen, Dick Heinen and John Murphy, king candidates. AU are seniors, nominated earlier by members of the senior class. The queen will be crowned during halftime ceremonies at the Garrigan-Carroll Kuemper football game Saturday night and a formal crowning of the king and queen will he held following the grand march at a dance after the gome. (Garrigan Photo-UDM Engraving). $80 Is Stolen From Titonka Implement Firm Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was called to Titonka Friday afternoon to investigate theft of $80 in large bills from the Interna- occurred between 4:30 and 5:40 p.m. that day while the place of business was open. Apparently all employees of the firm were in the back shop when the thief opened the cash register and removed the bills. He left all one dollar bills and change and nothing else in the tional Harvester score. The theft place was disturbed. Special Show A special half-hour TV musical, featuring Dinah Shore and Fred McMurray, will be seen in this area Friday at 7 a.m. over KQTV. Fort Dodge, and KGLO- TV, Mason City. 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