The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 3
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OCi« Bake Sale Set A.R.N.A. Bake sale will be held Friday, Oct 14 in tho Fnreway store. 'Card Club Mrs W. C. Irelan was hostess to her card .club Tuesday afternoon (today) Attend Observance Mr and Mrs Wendell Feastcf attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration held Sunday at Humboldt for. Mr and Mrs Fred Flake. Coffee Parly Mrs Merle Webster entertained at a neighborhood coffee Monday afternoon in observance of the birthday of Mrs Florence Macumber. Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs George Harris entertained the parents Mr and Mrs John Schul/, Irvinglon, and the father Harry Harris at dinner Sunday, Oct 2. The dinner was given in honor of Mr Schultz whose birthday anniversary was being observed. PLANNING TO BUILD A NEW HOME? Then Get a Price From U. S. HOMES The New "Cape Cod" $8816 COLONIAL KKAL'TV 72 New Models From $3775 (Oihers io $20.000) Ctislom-built nnd seml-finlsh- c-d on your lot nnd foundation to your plnns or ours. Freight Free. • Cash Discount • Delivered In 30 Dayi • We Build any home • 100% Guaranteed • All No. 1 Material* • Financing Arranged • SAVE UP TO $3,500 I ! • U.S. Homos nre recommended by lending Bunks Savings and Lonn Associations and Mortgage Companies. Write for FKEE COLOR CATALOG AN13 PRICE LIST of representative. Come in and see us any time. Bring us your plans for our price. Remember, we . build ANY HOUSE ANYWHERE. U. S. HOMES, INC. 5390 — 2nd Avc. Des Moines, Iowa ELEAD WEGNER 215 S. Ackley - CY 4-3700 Algona, Iowa Starting Thursday at the Algona Theatre Mrs McGuire Hostess Mrs John McGuire entertained the members of her birthday club Saturday afternoon. The anniversary of Mrs Elsie Reed was observed. M-D Club Meets The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Oct. 13 with Mrs Wallace Simpson who will be assisted by Mrs Mary B. Bosch. The program will be Riven by Gladys Eisenbarth and Alvina Walker. Attends Shower Mrs Charles Fox attended a post-nuptial shower Saturday in the Grant school for Mr and Mrs Robert Barslou Jr. The bride was formerly Mary Ethel Gibson and the bridegroom is a nephew of Mrs Fox. The wedding took place Sept. 27. Girl Scouts Met Mrs Howard Long's Girl Scout Troop met at the Episcopal church Oct. 3. Thank you notes were written to those who helped with the float for the Band Festival. A nature contest was held with Cindy Long and Sharon Sundct winning the honors. Halloween nulcups'.arc to be made for the Woodward institution. Paity Bramley, 8 Mrs Eugene Bramley cntcr*- tained Sept 26 in honor of her daughter Patty's sixth birthday. Present were Mrs Gary Grole, Becky nnd Scott, Maureen Angle, Diane Danielson, Judy Dutton, Sandra Faulstick Christal Paetz, Debra Specht, Karen Zieglcr, Mary Boudewyns and J o.d y Prow. Games were played and refreshments servecj. Wed 70 Years Mr and Mrs Ray Gilbert and Martha were at Hills, Minn. Oct. 2 to spend, the day with the latter's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Anderson who are residents at the Tuft Memorial Home and were observing their seventieth wedding anniversary. Mrs Anderson, 93, recently fell and broke her hip but is getting along nicely. Mr Anderson will be 98 Nov. 8. There are seven living- children and a great- great-grandson, David Bernau, son of Mr and Mrs Gary Bernau, Ames. Birthday Observed Mrs Clara Bollig, Bancroft, was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig, in honor of her 71st birthday, which was Oct. 1. All five sons and daughters and their respective husbands and wives were present:'Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, Sr. Algona, James Cagney as Admiral Halsey outlines naval battle maneuvers to his subordinates in n crucial development during world War II. "The Gallant Hours," a United Artists release, produced, arid directed by Robert Montgomery, will open Thursday at the Algona Theatre. Mr and Mrs John Metzger, Estherville, Donald and Howard Bollig, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollig, nil of Seneca, Mr and Mrs Cle- Lus Mullcr, Mr and Mrs Louie Kollasch, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Harvey Irmlter, Armstrong, and Mr and Mrs Gordon Bollig, Bancroft. 500 was played in the evening and lunch was served. The guest of honor was presented with a gift. Honor Couple On Anniversary At Lone Rock Or!, llth f9r Honrmsa Rr-nrh, Calif. ID .-ittend the wedding of hf-ir neu-e nnd cousin Mary 'Ann .iti'TWold. Diarme will be bricles- n;Md ;it the eererncmy. Miss jderwold is it former LuW'.'nc 1 girl. daughter of Henry Lrir-r- fvlis Mm it/ Fi.inkl is spending a few day.-; ni Waterloo and Bi.ii'kingham, la., with relatives. Claude Fowler has returned afli r spending several, weeks at Pini' liivr Minn, with a brother ElMllel ,ind fitfully. Mi and Mrs Lee Colwell spent Tin •••day visiting old friends, Mr and Mis I 1 -, rcy Holland at Dnl- liver. la. Mr and Mrs George Glide hnv. 1 . Denied a house in Algona arid will move theie (his week. Citoif.e is employed by Merry man Co. They have been renting the house on Alvin Klein's farm the pnst summer. Clothing Drive Being Held By Lakota Group The Lnkota American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a used clothing drive and would like all contributions before November 5. They are participating' m the World Clothing Fund of SI. Louis, Mo., who send the clothing to disaster nieas, to Indian Reservations and wherever needed. Anyone wishing to contribute clothing for this worthwhile project please leave it with Mrs Robert Thompson by November 5. tJDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Tuesday, Oct. 11, I960 Algeno (la.) Upper 6et Metal**! SMALL homo Moinr-s t'ub. PARTS CABINETS for or office. Upper Dos Co., Algona. TIME FOR A NEW CAR? Shop the Modern Way at Gambles In ALGONA Personalized Credit Card Saves Time -Payments Tailored to Your Budget! Discover new shopping ease with a Gamble "Flexi-Pay" Charge Account I There's no minimum purchase, no down 'payment— fost say "Charge it". And you can budget pay.' ments one of two ways. Pay balance in full within 30 days, or, for a small service charge, pay only the amount indicated in your regular monthly statement . . l you NOTE The New GAMBLE CREDIT CARDS Are Good ONLY In The ALGONA STORE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE, WRITE OR VISIT ALGONA, IOWA Phont CY 4*341 1 Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Ortwin Tietz were honored on their anniversary last Sunday with several friends and neighbors calling in then 1 home. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Ray Zwiefel of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Art Mathers, Mr and Mrs Fred Jeritz, Mrs Lena Schmidt and M % artin, Mrs Emma Riemers, Mi and Mrs John Gramenz, Mr and Mrs William Boettcher, Mr and 1 Mrs Ted Bierstedt and Mr and Mrs Webber Yager. Birthdays Observed A Birthday supper was held for Dale Schroedcr in his home- Sunday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Henry Schrpedqr, ..Mr and Mrs Lavernt; Schroeder 6?' Moville, Mr and Mrs Roy Chris- chilles, Mr and Mrs Ervin Klatt. Mr and Mrs Ronald Cchrischilles 61' Fenton, Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman, Mrs Kale Schroeder and Art of Algona. Several friends and relative;-; called last Monday in the home of Mrs Amanda Petlit to help her celebrate her 82nd birthday and also celebrate the Birthday of Evelyn Earing. Callers throughout the day were Mr and Mrs Paul. Anglen and Barbara, Mrs Garryl Householder and Vicki Jo, Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny, Mrs George Worthington. Mrs Frank Flaig, • Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Ruth Kruegcr, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Jim Long. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Bob Hanna and Johnny, Mv and Mrs Woodrow Pettit and family & Mr Jack Quinn. Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna and family and Glenn Householder called in the evening. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder attended the Dairy Congress in Waterloo. Mr and Mrs James Elsebecker and family and Mr and Mrs Williard Thompson and family wen- Sunday f guests in the Ralph Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson Neva Thompson and Lyle and Linda Thompson of Swea City were Sunday guests in the William Drayton home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Justin Berhow of Kiester, Minn, were Sunday guests in the Donald Kneedler home. Mr Kneedler recently completed two weeks of electronic schooling in Des" Moines. I\tr anc Mrs Ellwyn Householder of Algona are the parents of a daughter born to thern Oct. 4. The baby was named Susan Linn and weighed 8 Ibs., 4 ozs. Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder of Lone Rdck and Mrs Suzanne Biesch of Algona are the baby's grandparents. The Householder? have two other children, Debra Lynn and Michael Glenn. Mrs Mildred Hollund of Elk River, Minn, visited recently in the Ortwin Tietz home. Mr and Mrs Harold Behrends of Humboldt were Sunday guests in the Howard Bi*rstedt home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris were Friday callers in the Ed Blumer home in Algona. Mrs Emma Manus also accompanied the Morrise's. Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard were -Sunday callers in the Maude Blanchard hot tie. Mr and Mrs Osopv Blanchara of Woodburn, Ore. and Mrs Mary Budlong of Titonka were Thursday callers in the Maude Blanchard home. . Mrry Flaig visited in the Marjoric Hughes home at Rolfe Sunday. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton wore guests Wednesday and Thursday in the A. P. Tuyjor home- in Dor Moines. The Cottons attended "Music Man". Mr and Mrs C.olton visited with Mr ;md Mrs John Cotton in Ames Thursday en- route home. | Julie Marie Bierslcdl, infnnt daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Biersledl, was baptized recently in St. John's Lutheran church at Fonlon. Mrs Orvillc- Kressin nnd James Meyer were- sponsors. Mrs LeRoy Ennen and Mervin. Mrs Bud Marlow nnd Rodney. Mrs Paul Anglen and Barbara, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs Frank Flair and Ruth Kruegu- called to help Mrs Frilz Ncwbrough celebrate her birthday. Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Woodrow Pel tit, nntf Mrs Garryl Householder nnd Vicki Jo called on Mrs Frit? Ni.-wbrough Friday to help her celebrate her birthday. Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mrs John Altman, Diannc and lldon left Chicago by jet plane Then check the advantages of financing the balance with our bank! 1 2 You do not need To be o customer \ at the present time* Rates are reasonable, fust about the lowest you'll find anywhere. Repayment may be made to suit your income and convenience. v The insurance may" through any friend* be handled Doing business with a banfc builds wp your credit rating ...< always useful if you wish to borrow again at some future time. IOWA STATIC Safe — Confidential — Friendly ALGONA, IOWA "The Gallant Hours" "IVhin On A String" Thursday thru Saturday '3'he Gallant Hours" One. 1 showints only fit 9:15 "Man Ort/t String" Ono showing only at 7:40 Saturday matinee (,'fnloons nt 2:10 "Tlu- Gallant Hours" at 2:45 Saturday Homr-roming midnito show "Tho Young Captives" at 11:30 "As Young As We Arc" at 12:30 "II Started In Naples'' Sunday i :2r>-3:30-5:40-7.45-0:5!i M<>iul;iy .thru Wednesday 7:25 and 9:30 acres GEHL Chop,-an That's really making hayl You can do it, too, with easy-running, power-saving Chop-All... and GehTs new PTO Forage Wagon. This rugged haymaking equipment can save you as much as $1000 over competitive makes. Farmers who have watched the Gehl Hay Pick-Up work eay they can't buy bigger capacity—but best of all, the Gehl is so easy to operate. Come in and see this Gehl team... see why more • farmers own Gehl than any othe? independent make! 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