The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 3
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Cancer Meeting Mrs Kiigene Fuulslick , enter- lained at a e-e>ITe-c We-dnesday evening ji'rifl cancer slides were slieiwn by Mrs Phil Diamond, ehiiirnum of the publicity committee. Those- in allf-ndance we-i-e Mrs James Unker, Mrs Vincent Bernnrdu, Mrs Le-wis Frnsor, Mrs Clinton Godden, Mrs Willis Grimm, Mrs William Clegg and Mrs Howard Slephenson. The purpeise of the mee-ting is to further publicity, urging prompt medical allention of suspicious sympteims. Hosts Bridge Club Mrs William Spechl entertained her bridge- club last Wednesday afternoon. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa SUNDAY, NOV. 20 Lynn Kerns Thursday, Nov. 24 THANKSGIVING DANCE Don Hoy SUNDAY, NOV. 27 Marv Reedstrom : •=* \ No Advance I I Booth Reservations j { Doors Ope.i at 8:30 | HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIlp W.S.C.S. Circles Methodist W.S.CS. oiroles will meet Thursday, Nov. 17 as follows: Sept. with Mrs Theodore Hiitehison-Oet., with Mrs Wesley Martlett-Nov., with Mrs Hoy IIut/ell-Dec., with Mrs Don Nelson-Jim. , with Mrs Hugh Blaek- Fcb, with Mrs Ceeil Will-Mnr., with Mrs Rex Taylor-Apr., with Mrs Chester Sehoby-M;iy with Mis Louis Robinson-June 8 in Fireside room.- Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr nnd Mrs Roy Guy's at R(. nwiek, From this vicinity in nt tendance were Mr nnd Mr? Harold Angus, Mr nnd Mrs Gerald Angus, of Burt. Mrs Tom Clement nnd son Joseph ol' Het- tinker, S.D., Mr and Mrs C. M Whit.hill nnd Mrs Charles Clement. Hosts Card Club Mrs Bertha Pommrr will en- tertnin hoi- eard club Wednesday nft'-rnoon. The club met the previous week with Mrs L. J. Nelson. Mrs Bur! Hostess Mrs Richard Burt entertained her brldfip club Thursday evening. Hifih nnd second hi^h score; prizes were won by Mrs Clayton Piltmnn and Mrs James Kolp, respectively. Play Canasta Mrs Leora St.. John was hostess to her canasta club Friday evening. Other members are Mrs W. C. Dewel, Mrs Alice Clayton, Mrs Martin B< cker, Mrs Bessie- Jones and Ida Pr-tersnn. Baptist Ladies Circles eif the First Baptist Fellowship will mee-l Nov. lf> as follows-Circle I with Fannie Snyder, devotions by Margiire-t Brayton. Circle 2 with lelella Black de-votions by Doris Culbertson Circle 3 with' Mabel Richardson devotions by Carole- Joseph. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Joseph Elbert, Al- ponn, announce the engage ment nnd approaching marriage of their daughter, Julie- Anne-, to Roger Lee-, Banemt't. The wedding will take phiee Nov. 2(i at SI Cecelia's Catholic Church, Al- gonii. x Survivors, besides his wife, in- hifle a daughter, Linela Sue, at home, a .-.-lop-son, Hoj;<-r Taylor, Des Mnines; a step-daughter, Marilyn Rubiana, West Virginia: three sisli-r-, Mrs John Campbell, Iowa Fall-;, Mrs I,eo Sehmidt. Lone Rock, jirul Mrs Francis Sullivan. Arm.stron;:; and two brothers, Arthur. Arm: li onf. and Ray. Ifiei-ville. Joseph Dubaski Funeral Held Funeral services for Jose-ph A. Dubaski, 77, loiiu-tune resident of Algona. were- held at 0:30 a.m. Fri.. - Nov. IB Mars. Anniversary Party Free Coffee & Cake Beverage Wilh Card Turkey, Geese, Duck. Chicken Leo Greco & Pioneers Sat.. • Nov. 19 Jules Herman b Orch. Wed., - Nov. 23 Autumn Dance Party Thurs., - Nov. 24 Thanksgiving Night Stan Kenion And His World Famous Orch. Adm. 1.90 plus tx. lot. $1.80 jw»»»£to»:wj»x^»»:»^^ I WISH TO EXPRESS MY SINCERE THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO ALL WHO SUPPORTED ME IN THE GENERAL ELECTION, NOV. 8. Charles Plathe 46* Mrs Cook Hostess M I Russell Cook entertained her birthday clul) Saturday afternoon. Other members are Mrs Lyle Mathes, Mrs Emma Pittman, Mrs Ed Woleolt, Mrs Katherine MeMun-ay. Mrs Lenta Gri- Ki.'l and Mrs Charles La Barre whos(.- sister Mrs Bernice Slru- hel, of Vinton substituted for her. Mrs Charles Clement has been visited by her sister Mrs Tom Clement, of Hettinger, S. D. The son Joseph c«ime Saturday to take her home. Charles Clement is again in the Veterans hospital Des Moincs and Thursday his wife and sister-in-law and daughter Mrs Robert Oberman, of Clear Lake drove there to see him. Woodrow Kracht Of Lone Rock Heart Victim Funeral services for E. Woodrow Krachl, 48, well-known Lono Rock-Seneca area farmer, were held at 2:15 p.m. Saturday in SI. John's Lutheran church at Fenton with Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiating. Family services were huld earlicM- in the afternoon at the Garry Funeral Home in>Bancroft. Burial was at the Burt cemetery. Pallbearers were Verl Smith. Miles Walker, Ervin Votteler, Arthur Bergum, Robert Fortney and Norbert Thilges. Mr Kracht died suddenly Tuesday evening, Nov. 8, of a heart attack at his home near Lone Rock. He had observed his 48th birthday only, five days before his death. Woodrow Kracht, son of Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Kracht, was born at Burdette and has lived in the Seneca vicinity for 43 years. He attended • school there and has farmed since young manhood. He was married to Nina Taylor at Fairmont July 14, make wwy (fay a Gift Day I Cite of loiciy, fctterfnr fmutonet •*» appreciated even more when they're •nexpected, fbe» just for the fun of giving. Somewhere among the gemstones la cor store it ta* perfect gift for you to -• shimmering Mcklaee with earrings to match, • birtlMtQM brooch, or •mnething beautlfuBjr bedecked with POtrb. Come m teday.Mr selection of Registers J Jeweler - American Gem Soc/efu ALGONA, IOWA Friday in St. Cecelia's Catholic c-hnreh here with Msgr. P. P. Cii-.-ni n officiating. Burial was at C.-.lvaiy cemetery and Hamilton funeral Home was in charge ol ni raiif.i luent.-;. Mr Duhnski. who had been ill f'"' S'-V(-ral months, dir-d early \\'< 'lin :-H,iy, Nov. !), at St. Ann •Son of Joseph and Mary I)u- I'.i-ki, Joseph A. Dubnski was l-oi n M.-n-eh G, lf)f!3 at Rapco, Yiii'.oslavia He was married to M:ny Hurnk at Chicago in 1912 imil they moved to Aljjona in lii|!i. Be.-ides liis wife, he is survived h.v tluee children. They are Pauline (Mrs Sidney 'Rosrnteil). •Joseph and John, all of Algona. A dnuRlitrr clird in infancy . Tuesday, Nov. 15, I960 Algona (la.) Upper D«i Motn«t~) Good Neighbors Lend Hand To Burt Farmer Burt — Twenty-one friends and neighbors of the Hiram Ackermans came to their home with pickers and wagons Wednesday and in the matter of a fe-w short hours picked GO acres of corn for the Aekermans. On hand were 7 pickers. Dinner wns furnished by the Mesdamcs Earl Ackermnn, Ray Laverenz, Lawrence Presthus. Bill Madson. Jr., Clint Waltrnan, Gertuidr- Ackerrnan. Ervin Schwietert, FJulan Schuller, Dave Lynch, and C. W. Heerdt at the Ackerrnan home. Assisting Mrs Ai-kerman in serving the meal were Mrs- Dave Lynch and Mrs Ray Lavrcnz. Coffee in the forenoon and afternoon was furnished by the Burt Elevator. Performing the good deed for the Aekermans were the following: Orie Peterson, Dr. M. I. Lichter, Eulan Schuller. Ervin Schwielert, Lavrenx. August Ber- nau, Clint WnHin.'tn, Herman Btis.= ie. F.firl A'-ke-rnian, Dave Lyiu . ht <•- w jf,,,,,.,,, n , Irly wm .. re-It, Fred H:ib<-y;ir, Kevin F.imers, Howard Salisbury, Raymond Voge-1. r.i-onarel and" Kkvyn Sti-nx.el," Meiwyn Mail-fJii and L--e Cole." Kenny Ceiok slu-ll'-cl seven loads of corn for Mr Ae kennun , Tile Ae-kei rr,,ui-; ar>- truly grate-' ful to all v/ho a - i..t' rl UK m m harvesting llv-ii ernp. MI .V'lo r- nian recently reiurnei] fn,i;i (he Iowa Ciiy Hospital. STAPLKS: Bnstitrh, Tatuin Swingline. HolchkUs and Presto Upper Des Moinos Pub. Co., AI- Kona. SEW FOR CHRISTMAS Here's Graham's Big SEW-AND-SAVE Feature: For Aprons, Blouses, Too Checked Ginghams To Add Frothy Beauty Crisp Nylon Net Especially for Kiddies Wear Solid Corduroys ... Fresh, Spring-like Designs Quadriga Prints ... When Ihey open your gift and exclaim: "Oh, she made il herself!" ... it makes your Christmas present more p3rsonal, more cherished! You can sew so many, many things for Chrislmas-giving — aprons, blouses, kiddies wear, stoles, separates, even dresses! And your own ideas let you make them so prettily. Come right now to Graham's SEW-AND-SAVE Christmas feature — where you will find we have prepared especially for your holiday sewing. You'll gather ideas a-plenty right in Graham's fabrics department — and you'll find gift-sewing fabrics like those listed here. So SEW FOR CHRISTMAS — it costs less, it means 'prelty' gifts to give! It's GRAHAM'S For Linens To Beautify Your Holiday Table! We Have New Cross-Stitch Patterns ! Graham's are featuring Cross-Stitch Pattern Books holding from one to six patterns. Cross-stitch is so lovely on pillow case*, aprons, swirly skirts, etc. Choice of books from 25c to We. •sr 6VA. 1 A? fcJ SCRANTON LACE Tablecloths YOUR CHOICE of Close-Pa eked Baby Chenille Rows or Full-Size Fluffy Chenille Tufts ! CHENILLE BEDSPREADS In Large Double Bed Size GIFT- BOXED ! Other Sizes up To $7.98 These rich while or ivory spun rayon and da- cron lace cloths give 'atmosphere' to your festive table setting. The beauty of richly scrolled Scranion Lace enhances china and glassware. Drip dry cloths, stain-resistant tablecloths. See them! Gorgeously Gay, Colorful Lunch Cloths 54 x 54 Inches 72 x 90 Inches 2.98 You'd never dream such gorgeously gay and colorful luncheon cloths as these at Graham's could be so modestly priced! Glowing solid colors — deeptones, loo — and many delightful floral and exciting modernistic patterns. For your own table — and for gifts, loo! Others Up To $10.98 Graham's Low, ' Low Price for rich, handsome and handsomely made chenille spreads in two types of chenille! Backgrounds are lovely shades of canary, .blue, toast, pink and white — with multi - color designs through the chenille. Some are all-white! No iron — wash and dry. Remember — Full Double Bed Sise! . . . and ready at Graham's now. f. *- In New, Lighter Shades for Winter! Trulon Lurex DRA .TWO PAIRS FOR Dress up TWO larger windows for a five dollar bill! These 84-inch floor-length Trulon drapes, pleated and ready to hang, come in the new lighter shades of beige, canary, rose and white for winter windows. Have sparkling lurex stripe effect. TWO Finger-Tip Towels Included ! Bath Mat THREE PIECES For Just Bath mat set includes printed terry foam rubber back bath mat. The two finger-tip towels are in matching colors and patterns. You get ALL THREE MATCHING PIECES for this one price at Graham's! Hialeah GOTTEN SHEET BLANKETS Soft stripes! Muted plaids! Solid colors! In fetching •hade* of blended greens, canary, bluet and pinks — with a so-soft fleecy nap. Sises 72 x 90 inches. Neat hemmed ends, Irreg- 90 inches. Neat hemmed ends. They're comfy warm — pretty too. 'Victoria' (FIRST QUALITY) THROW$ RUGS Two feel wide — three feet long! Made of a 100% viscose rayon pile — every single rug is first qualily. While Ihey last at this Graham price! Choice of six nice colors. 'DOVE Luxury Bed Blankets 'Dover' offers luxury nap, comfy weighl, mothproofing and 3-inch satin bindings together with exceptionally smart end designs. Double size. 70% rayon, 28% cotton, 10% orlon. A whale of a blanket buy for sure! (ji-ahams

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