The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 1, 1960
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(la.) Upper DM Molnw Tuesday/tidy, 1, 1960 ••'•• -••• •-•-* — - 1 Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson had a$ guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Boman Thill, Wesley. .Dick McGinnis has returned lrom Omaha, Meb., where he attended an auto school. Mr and Mrs Leonard Maasdam were recently at St. Paul, Minn., visiting Harriet Hungerford." Mr and Mrs Boy Huttell were visited over the weekend by Mr and- Mrs Russell Hester, Earlham. Mr and Mrs, James Uit spent ' Sunday at Nora Springs with Mr Utt's parents, Mr and Mrs Merle Roberts. * • •- • .*,'<, Mrs Sthuliz has moved here from Whittemore for the winter and has taken an apartment ft Myrtle Tufnbaugh's. Mr and Mrs Henry Guderian have returned from a visit of a week at Waltham, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Merill Bacon. ><' Myrtle Turnbaugh has had,as /guest her cousin Mrs Mary Stark "*" 'of New Westminster, B. C., who concluded the visit Friday. Mr and Mrs Joe Funk spent, last weekend at Sioux City with Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush who formerly lived at Webster City. Mr and Mrs Or an Hudson had the former's parents Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson, Fenton, and Mrs Art W^iese as guests Monday evening. It was a quiet observance of the birthday of the,senior Mrs Hudson. Recent dinner guests of Mrs Clem Cavahaugh were Mr and Mrs Morris Mallory, "Cherokee. Other visitors at the Cavinaugh home were Mr and Mrs? Frank Lory, Beloit, Wis. Mrs Cavanaugh returned to Beloit with them for a few days. Mr and Mrs Max; Miller left Friday and vremainded overnight at Toledo ( with Mr and Mrs Jerry Hardgrove and family. The following day .they went -to Davenport to visit their daughter-in- law Mrs Phyllis Miller. They will be house guests of T/it and Mrs Abner Long. Mary Zender, daughter of Mr and Mrs fi. J. Zender, has been out of school five weeks with a virus and cold. , Mrs Lucille Zerfass wa* re- centiy visited by Mr and Mrs John Thrurau, Des Moines, . and Mrs Irma Altwegg, Redfield. ; Mrs Gilbert Hargrerfves, Mrs Dick McGinnis and Mrs Wayne Goodman spent a day last week at Mason • City with Mrs J". It Cook. Mr and Mrs, Gerald Smith of the Lrvington; vicinity artf .par; ents of a daughter Cynthia Lucille born Oct. ' 24 'at the Brift hospital. Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein and Ricltie and Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn spent a recent weekend at Ankeny with Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn and family. Mr and Mrs Douglas Wildin and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves attended funeral services last week at Des Moines*' for Mrs Lloyd Phillips, 64, former resident here. Mr and Mrs Russell Cole moved Friday to Mallard where Mr Cole wilt be employed with a produce company. '.He has been employed here' by- Brown's dairy. Mr and Mrs' Harry Ireland have been pie latter'* father and sister' Forrest Craig, Hopkins,'' and Ethe)| Craig, of 'Wyoming, 'la., and Mrs Gordon Ireland j and' Ke 7 vin, Des Moines. - f * *J | J • I Mrs ; James Utt i aflendedj 'the funeral last 'Saturday, at Duncan for Henry .Wenik,' 69, 'wh6 died of *; heart attack.: Mrs^Utt spent the afternoon i at 'Duiican wi[4 her parents;, MJ- arid .Mrs 1 Albert '• • ' ' Psdtka, , •• • . , Mr and Mrs William Alien and Mi- and i Mrs Gilbert HargreaVes were visited ; ,etver 'the; ^weekend by Mrs 'Allen's) trfotheir' 1 and aunt Mrs J.fR. Cpokiancl' Mr| Joseph StefankdjJr^speGtiveiy, of Mason City arid Chicago,, ill. ', Mrs William T.- /Becker and Mrs Esther^ Benson Spe'nt Thursday at Buffalo Center the former visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Robert DeVries flttd other* and Mrs .Benson visiting several , Mondty «ft«rnoon fH&*« of Mr" andf Mrs George Grimsehl were Mr and Mrs J. H. Seematt fand daughter, Mrs D. J. Zerbe, Augusta, Kan. Mr, and Mrs Richard Dallmati spent Sunday at Lone Rock with the letter's brother, Robert Mar,low.'The Mai-low's son Scott is being cared for by Mrs Callman while his mother is.hospi- tsli&d at Esthervllle with a* son bdifi' recently. • t Mr and Mrs Gordon Ogg, Hartley, are-guests at the Henry Becker : horher'After visiting other relative, and friends in this area, Mr and'Mrs Ogg wiirgo to CleaN waterr Fla. to spend the winter. Mr and - Mrs Edwin . Otto and Judy, Stay* City, werejast week end guests .of Mr and Mrs Bec- J?er. ,; j ;.: ;;, > Mrs;; Lucille, SJerf ass 'received, a phonic* call lasi weekifrpm M?s Lou ' "v"teveerj ( Janet i. Zerfass,; d£ Downers* Grove, IlLi,telling of the death of Catherine Zerfass, 77, sister'of foe 'late Paul Zerfass at North Hollywood.' Mrs Ver- veer flew there for the funeral services * which were held last ^Tuesday. J i Mr and »Mrs Paul James had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's sister, jtts Kerrnit Burtis, Waterloo, and ther niece <and family, Mr and'Mrs Don Hungate and children' Julie and "Jimmie, Lu- Verne. ;Mr and Mrs Paul James have bedn-Msited by the latter's sister, |itr;s*..Jtermit flurtis from Waterloo^'the past week, returning" to h«tf home Friday .With Mr and Mrs|gea Hutchinsbn, also from Waterloo. * The three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority had a costume dance Saturday evening -at the VJF.W. hall. Costume prizes were received by Mr and Mrs Nels Isaacson; dresied as a 'sultan 'and .pne of his" harem.; Mrs : Willard Zeigler, Who cariie'"as Cleopatra Ind Mr. and Mrs Eugene Schat- tschnei^er^ ' beatniks. Dr. J, B. Harris, .!Dr. -C- .C.. Shierk. and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee were judges. • The; nursery at St.' • Ann Hospital is filled again after a week or so with; very few. residents. :Girls* wefe .born Decently .to, Mr and Mrs. -William' Kuhn of Algona, Mr and (Mrs Richard Schmidt, -Whittemqre,.' Mr and Mrs Ivan,' S'chmidtMWest, Bend^ and Mr a r nd, Mrs Richard' Lallier, Algona, and boys ^o Mr .and Mrs Robert; J>etripk,i- Whittemore,. Mr and Mrs. John • Dutton, Algona, Mr and Mrs Frank Algona, Mr. and.Mfa ' Mrs Harold Green; . Mrs Segsie- Jonei Wednesday by! her Jones, Milford. Mrs Anna Mrs Ed tiackbarth, •: as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Arthur Krause and,;,her daughter Mrs Glen, Jorje? Thursday at Fort " friends. * . > . A f .-<- ,-, Mr/and Mrs' Ernest tfufchtsofi had Mr and',Mrs Merle* Wilsdri and Marjorie; Iowa Palls, as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Roger Alphs have moVed from Titonka and are living in the ,Mrs Bessie 'Jones apartment on Colby street. Mrs Fred Will and her daughter Mrt Marvin -Walburg left Tuesday for 1 Boston, Mass, to •visit Mr and Mrs Lyje Martin Mr and Mrs Ed Woleoil al- SOifi Anniversary Special ; : " on famous '. • • . ... . Samsonite Folding Furniture 5 jPiece Set •••• : •• -' ' • •* .' -.. . > , . • Monarch Tube Steel Folding Table and 4 Matching Chairs regularly priced at $40.75 now, for a limited time only $29 95 Sturdy Samsonite construction...precision built so there's no wobble. Easy to set-up and take down. Wear-resistant vinyl table top and ohair teats wipe clean with a damp cloth. Smo-o-othly finished legs prevent hose from snagging and running. Choice of 4 new decorator colors. - SHOP ON ONE URGE FLOOR - NO STAIRS TO CUMB READ'S FURNITURE A16©NA'S NEWiST HO^f FURBISHING STYLE CENTER - WEST OF COtJRTHpySJ ,tended* the. lowa*Purdue 'football game at, Iowa City 1 ,'and'from there went to Dav*enp6rt'to spend the weekend with MrS Wolcott's son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Frank Woods. ; . • Ronald Gardner A having concluded a thirty day leave spent with his parents Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner, left Oct. 19 and is now in Korea. He is a graduate 'of the air police and received-his training at Lackland Field, San Antonio, Tex. " - • Mr and Mrs Larry Johnson,are parents of a son born Wednesday at St. Ann hospital. He has been named Steven Craig. There is Another child in the family, a daughter Elizabeth. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs" John aftd-MY-and Mr> ' at Roe! __. latter 4 i Jo'spital aftef „ •Mayo Clinic,. She-is Uftdftf aient for arthritis, slrfd Ms beStt •Mf'tfSwfie^- I Mr ,and Mrs.Jdtf $ "in DesKMoirffes' Sands, jiesday. Attending a -state conveh-i tion for bankers. ~ f-,(' ' Mrs 'Alma Slcehha"rd,"Mrs gene Steenhard ,arid 'Craig, of Britt were week 'Tjiid guests. In * he Jerry'Stllle Home. t ,' '-3 ' Mrs ..Katherirte 'Crocker, \ friend Mrs Dorothea VaUk'-of Chicago, were weekend guests of Mrs Crocker's mother, tMrS Minnie Hagist. ' „ ' Mr and Mrs Alvin Hardcopf and son, the Billy'' Hardcopf family visited Sunday, evening with .Mrs Hazel Carroll family at Titonka. _ Lt. Gordon "Heinkel, Air Force and stationed at^Shreveport, La., is home for five days visiting his- parents Mr and Mrs Charles Heinkel and Sharon, sister Mr and»Mrs Jack Guy -and brother, Mr and Mrs Galen Heinkel at JEritt. - '" , • ' Sunday guests in the Mrs Lillie O. Hesse home were her daugh'- Baer^as a WsffoW ^Hh v Mr, aflfl ^ Wdiwood kd boys REEL : -t &-^u*9 ' ,&,*%$*!* Coad trt CONGUESS . . ..The' b^ratkrfats .fVota: aiairtst -'' that; be hM BO fiscal responsl blli&"-. i . , j ' ' The Truth: '.t * The- 'offlalal, 'records t>rov« that, from 1955 through, I960 Contcrias bad ,a. Oemofcratie ma» ferity.* During Oies« ;year«,th« mtnoeratlo 'Cobftreac .cut ith Republican budg« blllloft. '. Deaplte K thla redaction 1 Ui j ex pcndltures the iRepubOlcin'tA'd, inISUtrallonVdvet%pent tHe" btidf get ' ,$21,822,^32,06L:9 • >tri JUnC 1 SO, -1951? to J JuftS jS.jlS thus add Ins that anioutlt to I public debt. " ' J. i I In his four rears In th«:qnlt- ed States House of Repreienta^ tires. Merwln Coad has voted to cut the Republican budget requests $7.7 billion. VOTE DEMOCRATIC 4 i * ^" November 6m > tf ^IftSPP*-.- 1 : -• t* nttjfjgtfjatensefyice-., ;: i coast fb'ec-astf/ SELECT YOUR JUDGE FOR ABILITY : On July 28, T960, the Kossuth County Bar Association adop'ted the following resolution: ""' , "BE IT RESOLVED that the Kossuth County Bdr ' . Association endorse the candidacy of Judge Joseph D. Hand of Emmetsburg, Iowa, for election as Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial District of Iowa, and this • Association does hereby recommend to the Kossuth County Convention of the Republican Party and the Kossuth County Convention of the Democratic Party that each v of Said conventions support Judge Hand's r. candidacy.? % ' .' : " ' : .j ,"••;: : J "' y ; ''';l" ,v fw- / * ^ . ' - -'"• -* < f.<)\'/,' ft*"- ' " ' ' :" The Palo Alto''Bar Association composed of all Republican lawyers but'two hqs likewise unanimously endorsed Judge ' Hand. r'-'-,l V' :t The American Bar Association and the Iowa State'Bar-' Association have long been working for the nonpartisqn>sel- ection of judges so that those .best qualified might b,e elected. Our judges shouldlbe selected for their ability, not because of, their political beliefs. , ' ? Judge Hand has demonstrated his'ability, fairness, judicial ' temperament, and-keen knowledge of legal questions. He deserves the support of all voters regardless of their political affiliation. LX 1 VOTE FOR AND ELECT JUDGE HAND (This Ad Sponsored by Friends of Judge Hand) 1 i < , and. 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It is time for ft Pemocratic President who will bring new American leadership, it if time t9 ftect J9lw F, Kennedy Prescient of th§ United States, ON f OEMOCIATie br

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