The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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a^Algona (In;) U P( J«r Dst Molrtit Tudiday, Oct. SI, 1960 •'rgtK.rm.r •, i • ^«p^«rij»»*fr* •M'fi'^fe-^.gsafaAife,." Mrs fiose daflsy,. ,D«s ,tt0intf* was 'a week-end guest of Mrs Beth Miller, '' Mrs . Ben PolltJ* Is hostess io •her/ 'slrwlhe eltfb-this afteTiioofl (ftfelday), v \ , - '*Mrt fcbbrti *§** will be' W toss to the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. , . • family spent the "(week-end at Iowa City with the former's mo-* thcr. , . < ' . V , Mr and Mrs James Holder* scheidt 'are -parents bf a 9 pbulid; 10 ounCe 'dattghte'r born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. —o—• Pal Cotoan, -ddughiei of Mr and Mrs K. S. Cowan, qualified r'ecerttly fbr ihe Marlins, preci- ;siori swimming club at Iowa, 1 State, Teachers College. Marjanei Williams, 'daughter of. Mr . ahd, IMfS K'obert Williams, qualified' lor the Minnows. Both are fresh-j men. , , Jason Etheringloft,;frflshitidh it Iowa. State University at Ames, spent the week-end here with his parents, , Mr and Mrs« Clifford Ethertttgton. Mr Ahd Mr« Craig Smith Went t6 Iowa City Friday for the Home cofftihg,. Week*eT4d,' They 'Visited their daughter, Linda,'a sophomore at S.U.I. Mr and Mrs W. E, Beatdsley and Tom, Jane and the new baby, Julie, spent the wedWrfd here with, Mrs Beardsley's * " ther, Mrs" W. J, Sigsbee. Pack 70 ''of the Cub Scouts are meeting 'this evening at Bryant school. Floyd Hutzell is now Cubmaster, guceediftg Virgil Rohlf, tidn "mothers are Mrs Joyce Htftetiinsan, Mrs Mildred Walter, Mrs'Dorls.Riley, Mrs Vivian Ha- gen.'MrS Bdhnie. Jean Esser, Mrs Patricia Larson, Mrs Marian Will and Mrs Merilyn Boekelman. The Pack Committee .n Pat Montag, George Wolfe, Ronald -Mock and Edward Skilling and Jerrold FUnk is Webelos Denmaster. J- I*•••••••••••••••••••••••»•• , . 4 / BETA SIGMA PHI HALLOWE'EN COSTUME DANCE Snturcfdy, Oit. 4 29, I960 V.F.W. Hall, i • • ! f £ ' > , I i • i • Cash Prizes For Best Costumes , ,\ I < I ' . I i . I ' I I ! I usic by Friendly City Si ' -. ' e , i * y i * Dr. artd Mts Jf< D. Htftlft spent the -^liik^efia at. lowa'dity where they vTsit&!,?r1ends, Thf doctor attfiftdfeH defttel meefttgH and the state Mt and Mrs Rex Voyles went to Council Bluffs Sunday tp brin£ hofrfe their daughter, He^- anne- Who had spent a, .week with her grandparents, v Mr and Mrs Roger^Phillips. , , 4, _-o*- Eighl Specs ,card club ,mel Wednesday evening, with Mi'3 Beebh'er L'afie. Prizes were received b^ 'Mrs W, J. Sigsbde, Mr«' Lizzie .Post, Mrs Mable Lee and Mr& John Dutton. j ., _ 0 -<— ' Mr and. Mrs Harold Fristedi, Dr. and Mrs Kobert Dewel,. Mi' tfhd 'titfy '6a'N# Loss and Cecil Will Were bniorife the Alg"oHa re* siddhts attending. Homecoming at lowa'City SatiirHaj.. . Borah Pervaine, exchange student from Turkey, was a guest of Mrs Arthur Odgaard's sixth grade at Bryant school Friday and told'the class about election customs an his native .country. Attending & recent Methodist Christian 1 Vocations conference at Spencer were Kai'fn Haase, John Schutter, Barbara t and Bjll Bartlett, Judy Munger, ; Wancy Mu<> key, Linda Tague, Mrs Louis Kelley, Mr and ;Mrs Joe . Collier and Rev. Ne"w'tOh' Coughenour. Mr pt\d JMrs_ Beech,er Lane had as their gUes'ts from Thursday until Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Wejsbusch -and Susie and Wendy of '• St.' -Paul. On Sunday, the Lanes ^erit, to Manchester to take' jMijs.*' Lanels-^ mother, Mrs Nellie flarVey) home after a visit here. Ha^es went fflr^fc Sidtfk City .laft.wtj have named thel* neXcfatflhtei' Brenda Dee. She was behrOct, 15 at St. Ann hospital, >• •'••'- ,*;, 'Mr and Mrt^tHIW I, tN^HM and Lynn and Leslie speflfrHE&B week-end at Marion with former "Algonans, Mr and Mrs Calf, Simon and attended the Idwa* Purdue 'fobtball game; >' •.-;, v Mr and Mrs °Jini Milde*,; iho letter's mother, Mrs ^brbdS 'and Margaret Milder, attended' thV football game at Iowa City fiver the week-end and remained over' night with^friends at Marioru / Wesleyan Service Guild (5f fhe Methodist church had a' diriher', meeting Monday. Mrs Art Benschoter was in charge of the pledge, devotions were by Mrs L. J., Reed and 'the social time was in charge of Kathryn Lashbrook. —o— Mr and Mrs George Cook are in Iowa City where their~. Son Douglas, 5, is slated 'to have heart surgery at University Hosplttua soon. Laha, Debbie and Bonnie Cook are With their grandparents at;Edgarton, Minn. —o— Mesdames George Wolf, Lloyd Muckey, John McGuire, H. S, Montgomery, ,W. C. Taylor,.'-Art Benschbter, J. -. B. Asa, L. J. Malueg, L. L. Riter,, George Harris, Joe, Tschetter, Clint Lighter, John Wilson, L.-A. Cruikshank, A. L. Jackman, W. A. Foster, Russell Cook, Victor .Parsons, Lawrence Hutzell, Leonard Ma- "asdain', Everett ateven, Albert Reid, Claude Dearchs, J. F. Hofius, Bill Hplldo'rf, Wallace Me- .,-, oil Wish To Announce That I ' ' '-'NowHdve The/Agency For ,,. . M. W WW»*. UNIFORMS < L New Personalized ^Uniforms Exclusively For Youl fcfiicr CY 4-3127 | SIMPSON lAUTY SHOP i; Algona, Iowa 'Li»V«nl — Mr a'fM Mrt Glddings atid Mi- and 'Mf I J Mallory attended a,pot-luck dinner and meeting Tuesday even- iKTofthe Rural Lettfe? capwefs in'the Mr and ^ Mrs S. E. *Straley home io Fenton, , < ; Election of 6'ffideife Wits held, with Gtiy GiddingS "eletftea pr"fe- sident; Patrick MdGuire, BUrt, vice-president and Mr Stfaiey reelected secretary-treasurer. The auxiliary held their election with Mrs Straley elected president; Mrs Richard Berg, 'fwea City, vice president and Mrs Mary Genrick re-electe.d secretafy- treasUrer. - , Morris Ghrens, Titonka, presided at the men's meeting and Mrs Morris'Givens conducted. the ladies meeting. Mr and JMrs Richard Berg, SWea City_will be'tb,e November hosts. • ' W.S.C.S. NJet ' At the general meeting > of the W.S.C.S..Wednesday in the LU- Verne-Methodist church, guests Were the ladles, of the Corwith Society. Mrs Allyn Brink, vice- chairman presided and Welcomed the guests. Mrs'.B. E. Martin led the devoti6ns followed by pi-ayer by Mrs C. W. Bjtwtrom., Organ music, solo by Mrs Dale Bray- .rtard and group singing of hymns was enjoyed. The guest speaker ,was Mrs B, L. McDonald,, wife of the, Kenwick Methodist "minftter. At a tea table centered .with an anniversary cane, ,poUring was Mrs Wortme K. Usher, cuttlrig the cake. Mrs Sylvester Brace. Halloween Plans ' The Community Planning Council met' Saturday evening, Plans were drawn for the annual Halloween entertainment for all children of the .community. The council is composed of 'representatives of all clubs and societies in Lu Verne. 'It was voted each club and society name their representatives- before May »»»»»» »»»»»)» | ^.<OT4. ; -Th i Tub GET READY FOR WINTER WITH CULLEN'S VOTE -GETTING Let Us Repair Your Storm Windows & Panes ALL SIZES FURNACE FILTERS 69c up 5-SEW HOUSE BROOMS 99c SNUG UP YOUR HOME WEATHERSTRIPPING WINDOW MATERIAL ALL TYPES ^ POULTRY ^ £ EQUIPMENT AND TANK HEATERS Garbabe Can 20 Gallon SALE $2.98 CLOSING ALL TOYS This Is Your Chance To Christmas Shop iarly And Realty Save. All Toys Must OP - TERRIFIC PRICES. Kill Them Early With D-CON MOUSE And RAT KILLERS VALUES! Snow Shovels Alum, "Trustworthy" 2.49 Heavy Steel 'Comet" 2.39 BATHROOM TISSUE Economy — Pak Fine Quality 550 Sheets 4'/2 x 4'/2 Case 24 Rolls HUNTERS I SAVE ON SHELLS HUNTINO COATS HUNTING HATS "WAVY And &HKF irnest Me* ..... Sunday to Wtth tKelr son find „. , Mr and Mrs Charles Brown and -family* V Mrs, Vferne. -Toohey, daughters fee"th &M. Mary visited Sunday in'-Arftbids- Pafk" with, Mrs Jack Kruse, sister,of Mr.ToOhey and in Milfdrd with Mrs Letter McDonald ahd Mrs Charlotte. Treb- Bto fftMlieMiSterf&f Mrs Tooh- ', r;Mir 'antf Mrs .Harry Paulseri and their granddaughter Susan Bark- 'h6f of Speiider were late Sunday visitor* of Mrs Elda KoUmann. Quests Sunday in the Ralph Stall h6ni6 we're Mr and Mrs Blmore ' HutcHirisbA of Eagle Grove. ^ • Sunday visifors in the Don Miller home :wefe her father Henry Kueck of Lone Rock and her > sister Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen of Clarion. Mrs "Jesslb Stripling was a medical patient in Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Thursday to Monday. Mrs. Harlan Helm and girls of Thompson visited Saturday with ,her-parents -Mr .arid Mrs Albert Hefti. Weekend visitors with their parents, Mrs Jessie Stripling and Mr ahd- Mrs' Gordon Gregory, Were Mr and Mrs JCenneth Stripling and son Scott of Danbury. " The Walton DeWitt family and their 'da'ugher Mr and Mrs Ralph Myer and children moved Sunday to a farm house five miles west of St. Joe." They have lived on the 'estate farm of the late Fred Blumer,> one mile west of Lu Verne. ' • •' • Sunday afternoon .and evening visitors in the Allyn Brink' home Were Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz ahd family of Swea City., ' ttonaid Martin, teaching in ^ SMtal tfentort, was * week.eftd gugijt of his parents, _ - i »*' « fttfnvitvvi Mrs B'. E. Martin. , couto juf fH* ' MV HAIR Gulf!' I forgot to order SOLAR STEEL combination windows and doors from .... CY4-2202/ , SPECIALTY SHOP 'Algdha i , last'week and my wife's freezing at home! ' JACO VARIETY - YOUR HALLOWEEN HEADQUARTERS We have hundreds of jpefial buys for your Halloween: Hi-Jinks. Favors . . . •. Costumes. . . Treats for Tricksters . . . Come in and Ipokithem over.; As you do,! COSTUMES 1 Group Of Toddlers Costumes Value 1.98 Sale 98c YOU WILL B|I4ORRQRFIED WITH THESE "Honest Joe" The Sheriff ». . Hot Dog « , . Fish.; Face . , , Cave Man . . . Skeleton ... Mr Pickle .'. . The Millionaire . . .,Clown', ... Ghost > Drum Majorette • • -Egg Head . . . Miss Mouse ... Prince Valiant.. .Gypsy . .. Peter Pan . . . Plnnochio.'. . . Glamour Girl. . . Chief Thunderbird . ... Witch. . r Devil. Halloween Plates of 8 You Can Buy Napkins, Plates, Cups & Table Covers To Match. NAPKINS 2 Doz. Pkg. — 25c TABIE COVERS Extra Large OK A 54 x 96" -,- VVW NUT CUPS Plastic Pumpkins - 10c CANDLES Orange Dripless Hand Dipped TRICK Or TRiAT HALLOWEEN MASKS • HATS • WIGS NOISE MAKERS • HORNS HORROR TEETH • NOSES FANGS • COSTUMES Decorated NUT CUPS Party Pkg. Of 5 „—.: Pkg. Of 3 I Group Of Toddlers Coilumcs Value 98'.< Sale 69c PARTY MAKERS Fun For All lOc Ring n' Treat PIRATE POUCH Let Them Collect Their Treats In These___. 7'/2 feet long 20 inches wide EXTRA STRONG CREPE PAPER ORANGE And BLACK 15c 50 foot Streamers 15c Plastic JACK O' LANTERN Battery Operated -,- 29c FULL SIZE SKELETON Hang on Wall or in Closet Box of 94 Mint Bars _-- Bex of 40 Pen- nut Buttor Bar* 98c SALE ITEMS STORE TRJCK Or TRiAT Halloween Mix Jelly Beam Candy Corn Pumpkins Lb. 29c Box of 40 70* Malt Bars __ |9V ASK US AaOUT FlU MOVIS TICKETS TO SAT. HALLOWEEN MAT. Joco Variety Yf

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