The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1960
Page 20
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'•••••••••••••••••i AND A FLOOD OF PtYMOUTHS ARE COMING IN. TRADE-INS ON THE 1961 DObGE - THESE PLYMOUTHS HAVE ALL THE FEATURES OF THE NEW PLYMOUTHS. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO TRADE FOR A NEWER CAR AT A TERRIFIC SAVING I , Mrs Don PtieSkoJft Is a medi* al patient at St, Ann hospital. *-o-i ', Mrs George Hafris will be hos- ess to her Dewing club on Wednesday evening. ' ^-O- 1 - - i Mrs Beeeher Lane, will be hos- ess to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. • , , 4 ' o_o"-' , • ! ! i" The Couple* Club of ,ihe FSfsl ^utheran church will mefet fpfr dinrter at the chtirch .Wednesday evening. \j '"''.. ! , Mr .and Mrs Ronald Taylor are ,he parents of a 6'pound, 8 ounce daughter born Monday tat St. Ann. hospital. <V ' j 5 ' « —0— i „' j jj'j Reb' Johnson, sludenj at Htake University/ spenY the }v>ee,fc r end here' with .his parents, Mr' and Mrs Wayne Johnson/ •' ' 1959 Plymouth Savoy, Economy 318 engine, Music Master Radio. This is the model that Won the eebnomy run. It's like new. 1958 Plymouth Savoy, V-8 Power Flite Push Button transmission. Torsion Aire Suspension, TuTorie Paint An Ideal Family Car! 1958 Plymouth. 6 with overdrive. For real ecohomy and driving pleasure PERCERIZED, and ready for many trouble free miles. 1957 Plymouth 6, 4 door, standard transmission, Tu Tone Green. This Is Pricec For This Week ONLY AT $995.00. 1959 Plymouth Belvedere, hard top, V-8, push button ' transmission, fully equip ped. .Yellow and white TuTone finish. Stop in anc try it on for size.- One Year Warranty On AH Cars Listed. • .;!?;.:,•; • Bank Rate Financing STOP IN TO-DAY. YOU'LL BE GLAD 'Mr and'Mrs' Bill et> Algonans' ndwj spent'',Saturday; } e with Mr' and-Mrs Mr and Mrs Louis Heilly and their 14 children spent j Saturday at McGregor and -along th'e Mississippi river to see the fall coloring. . .•'• ' ;; ' V": ••.•: ! • ;• • : Connie Hall and Joyce Hueq,- hold, students .at the University of Dubuque, spent the Week-end here with; their parents', Mr and Mrs 'Gordon 'Hall and, Mr and Mrs A. J. Huenhold. Mrs Truman Simpson- and Mrs Tom Sampson spent Sunday in Des Moines attending ; a meeting foi- hair stylists. Mrs Simpson and Viola, Hanson, Delrae Keny nai'Carol "Martin, and Beverly Haverly also attended a meeting at Mason City reiient'ly. -. * • / . ..'. . :.' _-p~> '. S Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cowan and Mr and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr. were visited recently by the women's relatives, Mrs Oliver Engebretson and. daughter, Laurie, :and Mr and Mrs; Ray Bee)^n of Cut Bank, Montana. . r ' Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet; Thursday at 1:15 for a dessert luncheon.; Officers elected and circle membership drawn. New circle chairmen are Mrs Paul 'McNeil,"Mrs Wilbur Reinders, Mrs ; Oran r Hudson, -Mrs Edna Mitchell and'Mrs Joseph Skow. , • • .••:,' PERCIVAL'S "Long On Service" Dodge — Dart — Lancer Algona, Iowa Mrs Louis Kelley attended a Methodist W.S.C.S. meeting in Milwaukee, Wis. last wecki ' —o—' ' Mrs Robert Richter has, been chosen as the Presbyterian ; Wcd-^ hesday Nite Youth Club Mother' of-the-Mpnth for October. _ ' _LO— ' ' ' Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Fort Dodge, with the former's brother 'and Wife. Mr and-Mrs Orlie Hobson. • i •—o—', " •. i Mary Bason, student at Drake University at Des Moines, spent the Week-end hem with her par-, ents, Dr. and Mrs A. J. Bason. —o— - , Mrs Louella Baker was dismissed from. St. Ann hospital Saturday having been a patient there after injuring her knee in a fall —o— .' : , • i Victor Seely., senior al Iowa. State University-at Ames, spent- the week-end here with' his pan- cnts, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seeley." Guild, business women's circle of, the Presbyterian church, will mee^ Monday evening with Misses Hattie Wilson arid Lovern 'ohnson. . . .-.- • •—o— -• . . L. Sharon DeGroole has been chosen for membership in the 3qlphin swimming . club at the University of • south Dakota where she is a freshman. Mr arid Mrs Russell Huichins are the parents of a son born Oct. 13 at' St. Ann hospital. He das been, named John Patrick and has one brother.' —o— ;Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer had as their guests.reyently their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and .Mrs Richard Meyer and three children and Mr and Mrs Bill Floyd of Vinton. ; —o—Recent baptisms at First Meth- dist church were Michael LuVer- ne, son of Mr and Mrs Darrel Robinson; Roger Gene Hanson; and Wayne Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Roger Hansort. Algonans attending the Iowa- Wisconsin game at Iowa City Saturday included Mr and. Mrs Vernon Jenson, Mr.and Mrs G. W. /Stillman, Mr and. Mrs Craig Smith, Mr and Mrs M. H. Honsbruch, R. B. Waller, Mr and Mrs Gene Hood and Mary Jean. •" how of North Bend, Mich., and Mr and Mrs Roy Olan and Clarence Stewart of Lynd, Minn. Mr Stewart is Mrs Klfimp's brother and will spend the winter here. _ti— The- Algona, Ministerial Union elected officers at a recent meeting. Rev. Newton Coughcnotfr, of the Melhddist, church is president; Rov. Myrbn Browcr, vice- president, and -Rev. Edscl Isaacson, secretary-treasurer. O. 1 B. Laing, superintendent of schools, a guest for a discussion of mutual interests in churches and schools. Burt Pcistdr Is Given Surprise Burt — Members-of Si John's Lutheran church gathered at the church parlors Wednesday evening for a surprise birthday party, honoring their Pastor,' Arthur Schult/.." A brief program was presented which included several num» bers by a vocal quartet, — Isabel Koepke, Eunice Meyer, Shirley Peter and James Wolte; readings and poems by James Woltz, Alan and Nathan Schulta, Eugene Drager, Ray Lavrenz, and Eunice Meyer; and a vocal duet by' Bobby, and Carolyn Madson. A gift of cash was presented to Pastor Schultz by Raymond Lavrenz in behalf of the Congregation. Birthday cakes were made by Mrs EuClair Meyer and Mrs Eugene Meyer. Lunch was served by the mem- Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 Algona (la.) UpfW D»« Mdln«l~3 bers of the Men's Club who had planned the event. Mr and Mrs Gerald Schafer of Grundy Center were guests at the Ronald Ortman home. The Schafers were former Burt residents, Mr Schafer being an employee of the late A. H. Mienzcr. Clayton Moore, Iowa City, visited with his mother, Mrs Olive Moore. He was «ocompanlcd to Burt by Mrs Helen Vogel Who had spent ten days at the hoWe of her daughter and family, The Dr. Robert Melvilles, Carolvillc. Men's Forum Men's Forum of the Congregational church will meet this evening (Tuesday) for a six o'clock dinner. Kenneth Peirce and Leighton Misba«n will have charge of the program, a panel discussion on current world events. . It's great shopping ai Graham's in October —• thrifty shoppers are 'casting their votes' for wonderful Graham bargain buys like those shown belowl Gel your share Ihis weekl Graham Winner ! Ladies' SWEATER Values To $9.98 Truly a Value World of Colors Sizes 34 to 40 Hi-Bulk Orion Slipovers and Cardigans OCTOBER Graham Winner! DAYS! D Floor Length ! Pleated Tops! Ready To Hang! PAIRS $ for GIRLS TIGHTS You can smarten TWO big windows for winter for just a five dollar bill! These TRULON .drapes are a full 84 inches floor lenglh, all ready to hangl Smarter, lighter shades for winter windows — beige, blue, rose — with enhancing lurex slripe effeclsl Big Graham, buyl ' ... -—0 .. .I'"-: > The Men's, Club o^the Metho .d&tfcKurch will' have .theii" first dinner meeting of the season this season this evening (Tuesday). Featured speaker will be Ken Kew, radio and TV announcer from KGLO, Mason City. Officers this year are Wallace McDougall, president; Dean Taylor, vice president; Hugh Black, secretary; Joe Cpllier, treaisurer and Ron Mock, reporter. • Ladies Combed Pal .Cowan, .Marijane!'Williams and Margaret Yeoman '"were" home from Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls over the week-end. Pat, 1959 Homecoming queen, crowned the new queen at the football'game and Mar-J garet spoke for the alumni. . .. . —o— ' • • Mr and Mrs Waller Klamp had as t,heir guests recently Mrs Hilda Cochran, former Burt resident •,,j SLACKS On World Famous Built with Long Wearing Firestone Rubber-X Champion Ground Grip TRACTOR TIRES S/F (Shock. Fortified) Cord Body Get our low price today! Regularly $3.98 — you save a dollar on these slim-lailored • capri slyle cord slacks — wilh neal self-bell." Choice of Black, Loden green. Antelope, Brass and deep Plum. Sizes 12 to 20. D Fine Cotton Man-Tailored for LOOK, ladies — Ihen look again al this wonderful Graham price for TWO trim, neat man-tailored blouses — the ones you want for daytime or business girl wearl Long sleeves, Johnny or button-down collars, neat bul- lons. In Black, colorful Plaids and rich deeptones! Sizes 32 to 40. Graham Winner! Save on the Famous t Gives twke the tenrfcf of old type design*. t Shorter turning . , , btftfT •'Built-in mud guord prgtf0| »idewall and bead*. SHEET BLANKETS • Plaids or Stripes * Soft Color Shades f Sizes 70 x 90 inches t Finished with Neat Hemmed Ends. D Graham's Two Big Fall Winners! BOY'S CAR COATS WITH HOOD I A true all purpose coat pnd jacket! Quilted lining, too! Ombre stripe outer, split zip pile hood that serves as collar, too! Choice • of Red, Blue and Gold. Regular $4.98 • I Sizes 4 lo 7 GIRL'S CAR COATS WITH HOOD Special al Washable cord, sateens, plaids in these girls car coats. Warm quilt linings, attached pile trim hoods. They're so smartly styled. Colors Red, Blue, Willow and Gold. 4 In stretch nylon • Black, Red. Blue • Perfect Fit & Comfort • Tois and Girls • Sizes 4 lo 14 . Ladies Ban-Ion Jj Cardigan ••• SWEATERS • • • • • Classic cardigans with round necks, long push-up sleeves. Shining pearl bultons. In Black, While, Slate Blue, Slone Green, Aulumn Gold and Plum. Sizes 34 lo 40. s Graham Winner! TWEED RUGS Sizes 3 lo 14 JOE BRADLEY 116 So. Thorington - Algona, lown Form Equipment •• CSMCTrvski firertene Tires I 8 Over two feel wide Almost four feet long Nubby, tweed-like weave Smart fringed ends Vulcanized non-skid back "The People's Choice for Thrifty October Shopping" Our Convenient • LAY- • AWAY __ Pla " I

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