The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1960
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s Mrs H, W, Pieich have been visiting her son William at Waterloo. '' , Dr. and Mrs, A« 3, Bason had as \guests Sunday fyfr ,and Mrs Fred Eason, Alton* Mr and Mrs Glenn Sirayer had as guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs Leo Keefe, Celyatt, Minn. Mrs Carrie St. John recently spent'a day at West Bend with Mr and Mrs James Schuller. , , Charles Slrelt spent last weekend at'Emmetsburg with his un- clb and aunt Mi- and Mrs Milton Morlinfc. (I '_Ed, s«n of-Mr and Mrs Elton Pratt,- has enlisted,'in-the- navy and will be sent to, the Great Lake naval station. '• . ' Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore have ' : returned .from Pecksville, N. Y. where they had visited .Mr and Mrs S. G. Klebanbff.. Mrs Hose Weslling and Laverla and Mr and Mrs Raymond "Westling, ' Burtr^visited in South Dakota over the weekend. Mrs Joe Tschelter was at Hur 'on, S. D. last Week visiting her parents Mr itid Mrs Burton Lbunsbury and olner relatives. Mrs Violet Walker was dismis sed last Sunday from St. Ann hospital where she received treatment for a kidney 'infection , Mr and Mrs Joe Willger and •Mrs Veronica Roethler spent Sunday at'Sherburn, -Minn,, With M^s Ann Poirot, well-known former resident.*, , Mr and Mrs M. L. Vander_Wall spent Sunday ;at Cherokee with Mr a'nd Mrs Bill Hutchison.'Last week', the .VanderJWaals attended the Iowa-Wisconsin football'game at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoeller and Mr and; Mrs Robert Kairi drove to Marshalltown to attend the' Garrigan St." Mary's. football game. They stopped at Ames arid were joined bylMr'and Mrs Cor-, dell Schilmbeller;.-, : l' j *,: "•"• i U ; Mr and Mrs , Eiisehe; Hutchlns; and Harold Hutchins were 'visit-' ed Sunday by' Mr and Mrs "William Bailey, Cedar Rapids, who were' en. route home* frpm A'rm- jtrorig' where! tHey! Wd< -visited friends .and relatives. ^ Mr and Mrs Floyd' Turner and their daughters Mrs Marjorie Apple and 'Mrs Frank Walton, Toronto, Can., went to Minneapolis last week to visit Mr and Mrs Jerry De Kruif. The Turners had as additional; guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Cornelius De Kruif, Sheldon. Mr Walton was also here a short time en route to Omaha, Neb., on'business. Mrs Walton will return to * Toronto this week. ' '-'; . : • ' Mf and Mrs Matty Gteenfaetft were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Jerry Friedel and children of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Jartiea Schneider went to Marshalltowh Saturday to attend the Garrigari-Marshall- town, St, Marys fpotba}l v game. M* and Mrs "Duleh" Honsbruch drove to Iowa City Friday and 'spent the Weekend there, at- tendiAg the IoWa*t > ufdue football-game. « . Mr and Mrs Irvln Malueg, Jean and Diane arfd Mrs Leonard Malueg spent Sunday at .Lake City Minn.;.with M*s Minnie Ludquis and daughter Arvella. ' > Mr arid Mrs Harold Sundel at tended the Iowa-Wisconsin foot ball at 'Iowa CUtyi fhis Weekend they have as 'guess the', latter 1 ! mother Mrs Anna Longseth, Ottosen. . .. '; .,•.; ; ' ••."" > Dr. and Mrs lea Van Bruggen and children of Vermillion, 'S.D{ visited Sunday'at the home of .MC and. Mrs L. L. Riter, here. Mrs* Van Bruggen is the daughter of Mrs Ritec. ' • •; Myrtle Turnbaugh is being; visited by'her cousin Mrs James* E.Stark, New Westminster, B.C.' 'Dinner guests Sunday we're Mr". and Mrs C. H. Turnbaugh, Buf- ; .falp.Center., . •, ^ •. Mr and Mrs M. d. Metcalf have returned from!a week- of .attendance at the A.P.R.A. convention; held at the Conrad-Hilton hotel in Chicago. They spent'the week-; end at their cottage-at the Oko-; bojis. . •.'..', , . , , , ,, , i 8 . i i n ••! Mr and Mrs Ronald Taylor fere parents of a.daughter-born-Mpn- day, October 17 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Kara Lee 'Ann. There are;. twd Bother; children Jn 'the' • fa!miiy, ! s*Wayne* arid Alle*n., *': -I'; '-"v iv , Mr and Mrs'Sid' and'Mr riria- (Mrs - Jerry Thuente vw4re guests, Sunday \ot tyr^ajidt'Mis' Gffofge '\ jSchf^deVH alufcsjkpla. 1 Other yguesfej wer«| 'Mf-Jaro^ Mi* 'Albert, Hans, iWilmar,* Minn., and a sister Mrs Mary Zoller, Lakota. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith had as I weekend; "guests ;M^ and Mrs Elvih- Moote. land sons 'Gary and Jeffrey, Greene. Other guests Sunday !were , Mr 'and: Mrs! Leo Richter* Titonka. They also visited 'Mrs Moore's. parents, Mr' arid Mrs Frank Smith. . ... . , , , ' 'Mrs'Tim O'Brien and Mr arid Mrs-John Duffy and Jane went to Belvedere. 111., foe 1 the ; baptism of Ann Katherine, Jrifant daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Thorpe, born Sept. 13. MrssThior- pe is" another daughter of'Mrs O'Brien. The Thorpes have a son, Tim. • ' M* and MM Petty Byam ate being visited by their daughter Mrs Bernard, Nelson, Blooming Prairie, Minn. She was joined here by her husband for the weekend. Mrs Nelson plans to have surgery at the Rochester clinic in the neat future. Mr and Mr* Chris Wallukalt had their grandaughters Jane and Julie Wallukait, of Fort tfodge as guests Friday and Saturday while the parents Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait were in Des Moines. Duane attended tt grocers meeting. Mr and Mrs John Thueftie spent the weekend at Kent, Minn., with Mr and Mrs William Thuente and Mrs Mary Nordick. The Thuentes were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Arthur Huber and Tom, Lawier, and Ed Hageman, Dyersville. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylbr went to Ames last weekend and saw 'the Iowa State-Colorado foptbal game. From 'there they went to Nevada and remainfctt-over-night With Mr and Mrs William New Mrs New' is the former Phyllis Sawyer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer, who now live in Florida'. . Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby are going'to Des Moines Wednes day and from there on Friday will leave for Chicago to attertc the,'Dairy Exposition7 They wil join Mr- and Mrs George White Homer, .La. T^he following Tues day .they; will leave for Dubuqui and there will visit Mr and Mr, Walter Schoby, former Algonans Mr and Mrs Ed Genrich, form er Algonans who moved to Cali fornia several year ( s ago'and whi recently, spent a. few! month abroad, are here for a few week visiting ;Mr Genrich's sister Mr Millie Nolte. Mr and Mrs Gen rich'have been in Michigan an Wisconsin with relatives.and wil return to California at the .con elusion of'the .visit. Among those who aitende funeral: services Thursday morn ing at Maurice, for'John Linnan father of ,L, E. Linnan, wer Messrs and IMesdatries'Wade Sul livan, Dr.' John Kenefick, G. D Shumway, ; and .Messrs Dor Smith; HJW. i Miller, Dr. N. J Kelley, Louis' Nitchals, Lawrenc flWinkel,^ i Joe \ . Lynch, Josep 'Straub .artdj .Harbld McNertney • '" 5; i \ fuwtlay, Oet. gS, 1$65 Alpona (la.) Upper DM Mo>n«t*-9 ofano solo and Mr Feurhelm we- j ented the cadet band which is ust starting its second year of raining. N Major Surgery 'Mrs Andrew Reising had ma jot surgery at Mercy hospital, Ma* son City Wednesday morning. Relative Passes •' and Mrs J. T. MeUrer and Jim' and Mrs Don Vogol ana Jonelle' of Lohrville Returned Monday from Ollio , where they had 'attended the funeral of a cousin, Kate Mallinger. Has Surgery < Michael Eischen, 4% year old son of Mr and Mrs Harry \Eischcn had major surgery at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt Tuesday morning. Mother-Daughter Tea The annual Mother-Daughter Tea held Oct. 10 in the Joe Skow home by the Wesley Wizards 4-H girls and their leaders, Lois Be;i- tele and Mrs George Ddtmering. New officers were .installed. They are Mavis Nygaard, presi-' dent, Linda Detmering, vice president; Lorraine Funriemark, secretary; Norma Goetz, historian; Elaine Goetz, reporter. Judy Seaberg and Janes Cunningham gave talks. • New members welcomed into the club, were Betty Gatto, Kathy Goetz; Kathy Bruns, Pamela Hildman and : Sandra Carlson. Father Gerald Wingert and his housekeeper of Rolfe spent Oct. 10 with his parents, Mr' and Mrs L. F. Wingert. Mr and Mrs E. W. Korr of Arma, Kans. came Oct. 15 to visit her sister, Mrs Clarence Ackerson and family and their housc- •guest, another sister Mrs H. L, Coatos and husband of Dearborn, Mich. All three couples were Sunday guests o* another sister Mrs Lena Warner of Ledyard. Mrs Louise Mechler of Titonka visited Mr and Mrs Will Martinek Oct. 16. Mrs Paul Erdman went to Des Moines last week to attend State Assembly of Rebekah lodge. Wilfred Ward also attended as a representative of the local Odd- fellow lodge. ! Irvin Martin, son of Mr and Mrs Reese Martin and Larry Flaherty, son :of Mr and Mrs" Paul Flaherty enlisted in the navy Oct. 18 at Des Moines. • f EYE William Burton of Springdale received a severe eye injury in- a corn picker accident. He was working on his corn picker wher a wrench he was using slipped of) a' bolt and struck him in the left eye. .AT GRAHAM'S HOSIERY Fall Sale! • ••••••••••••.••••I' Wesley— Junior high students' presented aiprogram;Oct. 19 to at capacity house in. the public school 1 auditorium. Miss-Carr presented a, mixed ir 9f 48 voi ces'who sang five'songs withou accompaniment, j. v A group of 55 fifth graders sang numbers, and', J36 of the sixth graders sang; .numbers. Charles Jordan directed 'a 1 act play "Wilbur Faces: Life," with eight characters.' A "girls sextette sang, Dennis Widen, played a OPEN YOUR PENNEY CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY! charge it and enjoy Penney'sJpw.prices tool within M «SM? CASH Or »ak. M *rt Unit M , w>« mrnkftt, W to n At Fina»y WtfeM* Tuesday Club Tuesday Club met Oct. '18 at the Jo Meurer home with Ruth Anfinson as assistant hostess. The lesson was given' by Edna Mae Kleinpeter and Mildred Martin who showed slides loaned by the Chrischilles Store in -Algona to illustrate their talks. Sara Raney, chairman, reported, sale of 1000 tulip'bulbs and the profit from savd sale was added to" the Park Improvement Fund. Mrs Don Vogel of Lohrville was a guest. Shower Honor's Jan Heitland of Buffalo Center will be honored at a- pre-nuptial shower Oct. 30 in the Methodist church parlors. She'will marry Duane Price, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Price, in late 'November. She is a teacher in a Britt school. Homemakers. Meet' Wesley township Homemakers met Oct. 18 at the Stanley • Simpson homei with Mrs Frank Johnson assisting. Edna Wubben and Opal'Nygaard gave talks; Jennie Dijnond, and f Lois Bentele; a de- mpn'stration,' Bernice 'Larson showed hair - pin lace, Clara Hauptman had .dolls., made, of milk filters and Edna Wubben showed 'dyed material. •• • Jean Bolenes and Edna' Skow reported on extension lessons for the year and the recent style show in Algona. Guests were the Mesdames Chloie Simpson, Tony Pearson of Wesley, Paul McNeil of Algona, Axel Carlson of Burt and Anna Flom. Mr and Mrs Dean Ricke lately bought a lot from L. F. Wingert, just east of the Wingert home. They also bought the old house just east of the Lou Lickteig new house from Lickteigs, and will move it to the lot where the excavation for a basement was dug last week. Ricke's arc now living in the house bought lately from Ed Hynes by Victor Loe- bigs. The daughter born Oct. 7 to Mr and Mrs John Youngwirth was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's latholic church by Rev. William 'hillips. She was named Gail ,ynne. Sponsors were Norma }oetz and Tommy Youngwirth. A son was born Oct. 17 to Mind- Mrs Frank Richter at the lancock Memorial, hospital, 3ritt. They now have a family f seven boys and two girls. Mrs John Hughes spent several ,ays over the weekend in Chic- go visiting her mother and other elatives. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and hree children of Algona were Yiday dinner guests of his mo- he.rj Mrs Viola Studer. Lynn Studer was honored at a birthday party in her parental Gayle Studer. houso October 20. The! girls of the 4th grade in St. Fosephs Parochial School helped icr celebrate her 9th birthday. CDA women attended guest night of the Mason City lodge Tuesday evening. A FLpOD OF EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD TRADE-INS ON THE 1961 DODGE ARE COMING IN. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO T^ADE FOR A NEWER CAR AT A TERRIFIC SAVING! Plymouth Belvedere, hardtop, V-8, pu^h' |buttoii transmission, fully equipped. Yellpy/, and white' TuTone finish. Stop in and try it on for size. 19i58 'plymoiitK 6 ? 7 witn - 'over- 'drive. For 'rejnl economy and driving pleasure, —•• PERCERIZED, and ready for many trouble rfree miles. ' ' %) 1959 Plymouth, 4 door, V-8 Tu- Tone Green. Excellent — It's like new. 1958 Dodge, 4 door, Radio, Heater, Automatic Trans., Power BraRes, Power Steering, and very low mileage. 19*57 Plymouth, 4 door, Automatic Trans. This is clean inside and out. Just like new. 1954 Ford, V-8, 9 Passenger station wagon. TuTone Red and White. Stop in and see it. We have some low priced Fords, Chev., and Dodges. One Year Warranty On All Cars Listed. Bank Rate Financing STOP IN TO-DAY. YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID! PERCIVAl'S 'Long On Service" Dodge - Dart - Lancer Algona, Iowa WE HAVE THE GENUINE LONG -7/1^/1/0. Top duality L.ASTI NG^O^P WINDOW MATERIALS I)GLASS-O-NET §WYR-O-GIASS DSCREEN-GLASS -O-PANE «M4MNMI* CUUEN HARDWARE Heavy & Shelf Hardware You Save Big In This Fall Kayser Sale — From Right Now i To November 5th! / — And You Save 3iq On Nationally- /I Advertised Kayser In All The * ; Popular Styles! (I: It!* on right now at Graham's - Your Kayser. Hosiery ? H^««qua''»ers!;yfs,, |ft§ ' the big Kayser Fall Sal* where so many women save on these famous nationally- advertised nylons! All f the popular styles onON 5ALE -Choose seamless or, ,'• full-fashioned in plain or mesh. Even ! tke filU'o. 1 . Flf-WWopV for. 'the fuller trtiflh' , are included in this sale at Graham's. Now's the time to choose your fall and winter Hosiery wardrob'etof neutral and high fashion big on wonderful KAYSER stockings, now at Graham's f I ^ Come . S1.35 Kayser Seamless Mesh Nylons (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER K2 r Seamless Heel & Toe (REGULARLY $1.35) —-- KAYSER 6515 Evening Sheers (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 6530 Service Weight (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 711 Luxury Sheer Stretch (REGULARLY $1.35) •| . . | . I- | • t < . » I t I" > ' • I < THREE PAIRS FOR $2.90 $1.50 & $1.65 Kayser Nylons Now Algona KAYSER 530 Fit-All-Top Nylons (REGULARLY $1.50) — 1.19 KAYSER K20 Seamless Stretch (REGULARLY $1.65) - 1.19 KAYSER K4 Seamless Demi-Toe (REGULARLY $1.50) -1.19 THREE PAIRS for $3.50 1 COME NOW I SELECT YOUR COMPLETE 'KAYSER WARDROBE' KAY5IR HOSIERY HEADQUARTERS

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