The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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Helma Proper was at Goodell with her relatives ror the Thanksgiving weekend. Lela Henderson spent the Thanksgiving weekend with relatives at Hawkeye. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig were guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Arnold Lud•-.•«£. Rolfe. Mrs K. D. Long has returned fiom a three weeks visit ;it Jn- lict, 111. wit!, the daughter, Marcie. Members of Newcomers club are asked to get ready the foodstuffs, clothing and toys for the Christinas family wnieh has been adopted. For pickup service, call CY 4-2812. J. F .Milder and family spent Thanksgiving with C. E. Milder end family at Emmetsburg. The J. F. Milders left Friday for Iowa City and spent the weekend with Mrs W. S. Milder and family. Mr and Mrs C. R. Bronson had as guests for the noliday. their son, A/3 Ronald L. Bronson. A/2 Perry Pearson and A/2 Frank Johnson who are stationed at England A.F.B., Louisiana and Mary Faith, Madison. Wise. Patrick Duffy, student at Dubuque, was also a caller. Katherine Sorensen entertained her family at dinner Thanksgiving, having as guests Mr and Mrs Ralph Sorensen, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Mark Youngdahl, St. Joseph, Mo., Mr and Mrs Jerry Larson, Winterset, Mr and Mrs Harold Larson, Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Paul Grave and the respective families. *• Leonard Malueg is now a resident at the Lakeview Rest Home at EmmetKburg. Mr and Mrs Alex Reefer spenl Thanksgiving at Buffalo Outer with Mr and Mrs Clans De Boer. Mrs Mildred Fraser spent th<) Thanksgiving weekend at Cedar Rapids with Mr and Mrs Ilarlan Fraser. Mr and Mrs Raymond Cook spent Thanksgiving at Iowa City with Mr and Mrs Don Cook and little daughter. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry had as guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Roy Berric and family, Mason City, and Mrs Colt-en Barry and family. Mr and Mrs William Dau Jr., entertained at dinner Thursday and had as guests Mr and MTs Ben Miller. Mason City, and Mr and Mrs Gene Biandow. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins had as dinner guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Alvln PcHratz, Bobbie and Bonnie, Lotts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Wilmer Wiehtendahl and Lynn. Whitlemore. Mr and Mrs Clifford Reibhoff and Joyce were Thanksgiving Day guests at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Calvin Tschetter and family. Wisconsin Rapids, Wise. Mr and Mrs Ervin Ditch were visited over the Thanksgiving holiday by their daughter Elaine who attends high school at Claremont, Minn. The son John Ditch spent his horiday at Humboldt with relatives, Mr and Mrs Ed Reinders. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer were guests Monday of Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock at Bancroft. Mrs Helen Johnson returned Wednesday from University hospital at Iowa City where she had gone for a check-up. Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter spent from ThanTi.sgiviiig till Sunday at Humboldt with Mr and Mrs Leroy Peterson. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman had as Thanksgiving guests Miami Mrs James Stillman and Nadine Stillman of Dolliver. Mr and Mrs R. S. Blossom had Mr and Mrs Sigurd Fardal, Forest City, and Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom as Thanksgiving guests. Mrs L. E. Linnan returned Saturday from Dubuque where she visited her sister, Sister Arnoldine of the Dominican Order. Judge G. W. Slillman will be in Des Moines Thursday, Friday and Saturday attending a meeting of District arid Supreme Court Judges. Elaine Montgomery, student at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs H. S. Montgomery. Mrs Elsie Bias, resident at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, was visited one day last week by Mr and Mrs Al Knight, Poplar. Mont., and Clara Ehlers, Seattle. Wash. Her daugnter Mrs K. J. Wegener. Whittemorc, also called on her. Mrs John Grotte returned Wed. from University Hospital, Iowa City, where she has been a patient. Mrs T. O. Uker, Webster City, drove Mr and Mrs Grolte to Algona. Mrs Grotte is up and around and feeling as well as can be expected. Mr and Mrs Glen Long and children were guests Thanksgiving at Mr Long s parents, Mr and Mrs Chris Long and supper guests of Mrs Long's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Gronbach. Mrs Glen Long spent the weekend here at the rural home. Coming to the Algona theatre Sunday thru Wednesday Anne Francis, in the tit^ role, breaks down under the strain of psychoanalysis at the hands of Lloyd Nolan in this scene from "Girl of the Night," opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Based on Dr. Harold Greenwald's study published as "The Call Girl," the film was produced by Vanguard Productions for Warner Bros, release. Kay Meciford and 1 John Kerr are also starred in the provocative drama. Mrs Clem Cavanaugh returned Friday after five-week visit at Beloit and Milwaukee, iWsc. Paula Priebe, who attends the university at Norman, Okla.. spent the Thanksgiving holiday with her parents, Mf and Mrs Beryl Priebe. Mrs Segrid Lundh has gone to Sioux City and is caring for the Jack Clapsaddle children. Her son Gus and family are living here in her home. David Long, who attends Mankato, Minn, college spent the Thanksgiving weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Hal Long. Mr and Mrs Irwin Malueg had as Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrs Jack Farwick, Pipestone, Minn., Mrs Leonard Malueg Other guests at supper were Mr and Mrs Bailey Clough and Mr and Mrs Chris Long. A FAMOUS MAN WITH WHISKERS RECOMMENDS A GIFT FROM THE HUB Who says, "men are hard to buy for"? Well, lots of women do, but if they would down their fears of giving men cloihftig — a whole" new, huge area of gift possibilities would open up. Men seldom hesitate to give women fashion gifts, why not vise versa. No man can resist that mood when he unwraps his packages and finds it so dazzlingly expressed in a fun-inviting gift from the HUB. Take the plunge this year — give the men in your life a gift of fashion. Mr and Mrs William Lauben- thai attended funeral services last week Tuesday at Corwith for Mrs Laubenthal's aunt, Mrs David Johnson, Sr., 68. Mrs Martha Drager and Eugene entertained the following at Thanksgiving dinner: Mrs Mary Kain, Mr and l^Irs Edward Kain and family, John and Richard Kain, Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel, Mr and Mrs Clifford Young, Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach and family, Mr and Mrs F. A. Drone, Barbara and Debra anj Irene Drager. Mr and Mrs Beryl Pri«b« left this weekend for Chicago where they will attend the International stock show and will visit Mr and Mrs David Barth at Downersj Grove. Mr and Mrs Dunne Logue took the former's mother Mrs Charles Logue to Rochester, Minn., Monday for a check-up at the clinic. She returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig have received' worn of 'the death Friday of Sister Mary Josephine, 80, at Orange, Calif. She was a sister of the late T .P .Joynt and an aunt of Mrs Luuwig. The Arnie Elberts, Sr. will have as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Russell Fisher, Kathy of Osage, Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt and families of Fonda and Mr and Mrs Arnie Elbcrt Jr., of Harlan. Mr and Mn Arnie Elbert Sr. : and family were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs Arnie El- bcrt Jr., Harlan. Other-guests were Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty and Mr and.Mrs Kubley,.LuVer- ne, parents and grandparents of Mrs Elbert Jr. Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Sr., entertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving and had as guests the daughter Dolores who teaches at Newton, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mr and Mrs Duane Mawdsley, Hurt, and the respective families. Mr and Mrs William Dau Sr., had as dinner guests Thanksgiving Mrs Martha Schroeder and .Barbara, Lcdyard, Mr and Mrs Larry Meyer, Wellsburg, Mrs Martha Pompe and Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Wilbcrt Ruhnkc and family. l-Aloona (la.) Upper DM Moines Tuesday, Nov. 29, Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh and family were guests Wednesday evening of the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Wynn Baier at Greenfield. Thuisiiny, they were dinner guests of the parents Mr and Mrs C. A. Limbaugh, also of Greenfield. Mrs Rosa Jones and Mrs Edna Harr are being visited by their sister Mrs Olive Gross, Detroit Lake, Minn. She also spent some time with her sisters Mrs Harold Frambach, Whittemore, Mrs Ed Smith, Burt, and brother, Sumner Parsons of Burt. Mr and Mrs William Lauben- thai spent Thanksgiving at Cylinder with the parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Laubenthal. During the past week they have hail with them their nephew, Jerry Laubenthal, 2, whose parents were moving from Fort Dodge to Sperry. Mr and Mrs W. J. Becker and Mrs Ethel Putney, who is making her home with them for a time, were recently visited by Mrs Meryl Ferguson, Des Moines. The women are sisters. The Beckers had as Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrs William \\. Becker, Iowa City. The son Dick who attends college at Bowling Green, Ky. spent the holiday wit'h a classmate at Charlotte, S. C. Mr and Mrs William Baker had as Thanksgiving guests the lattcr's sisters, Sadie Woodwick and Mrs Winnie Wei- denhcft, Austin,, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Prcsthus, Rlckie, Ronnie and Randy, Bancroft, and Mr and Mrs Merlon Baker and Billic. Karen was unable to be present as she had just been dismissed from St. Ann hospital following a tonsilectomy. Mr and Mrs Herman Thilgei entertained Thanksgiving day in htmot- of their son, Howard who left Monday for Lackland A. F. B. Texas. Those present with their families were Mr and Mrs Frank Piekarski and Mr and Mrs Clet Muller, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Harley Will, LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Clct Zwiefel, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Ronald Groin, Mason City, Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Bode, Mrs Agnes Thilges, Doreen and Valeria, Betty Thilges, Rockwell City, Henry Thilges, Dave Householder, Denver and Mr and Mrs Gene Lemkeo. Mr and Mrs William Elbert and little son Billy Joe came Friday from Ilunlington Park, Calif., and will visit three weeks with the parents, Mr and Mrs Arnie Elbert Sr., and Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell tit Whittemore. Their arrival was a surprise to the Bells who celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sat. day evening at the Plantation. A program had been arranged along ."This is Your Life" pattern and the California visitors' presence was made known to them then for the first time. En route here Mr and Mrs Elbert stopped at Harlan to visit Mr and Mrs - Arnie Elbert Jr., and at Fonda to visit Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt and family. ""FIREMAN" Mr Ben Jacobsen, of Maquo- Iteta, is one of the state's senior firemen. He , is owner and operator of a hardware store and has 01 years of continuous active service with the Maquoketa volunteer fire department. He is now 78 years old. SAY with a Gift from SPORT SHIRTS ALWAYS RIGHT FOR A MAN'S GIFT I If you're doubtful about what to give any man on your list, play it safe — give him a handsome shirt. No matter how many he already has, a new one to brighten his wardrobe is always a definite success. You'll have a wide selection to pick from, both in material and price. Naturally, there are sports type shirts and dressy styles, and it's atways wise to fit the gift to the man's mode of living. $3.98 $5.00 - $5.95 SWEATERS ALWAYS A CHRISTMAS FAVORITE s; i * • '*H Sharp's Jewelry rr If You Enjoy Browsing Around rr Sweaters belong in every man's wardrobe. These are no longer the college man's uniform. This season they are lighter, brighter, fashioned for every age and taste. The neckline is the important style point and the V is the important look. It takes off in deep V yokes, collars that roll into a V shape, high V necks with or without collar. Come in to see this wonderful selection . . . We will be glad to help you choose the right one. $7.95 - $10.00 - $13.95 ALGONA,IOWA . . . without feeling any "obligation to buy", and if you particularly enjoy taking your time in the selection of Christmas gifts, we extend a cordial invitation for you to do just that at Sharp's Jewelry. There are so many items of interest at Sharp's Jewelry that we have not attempted to go into detail here. In the field of Diamonds, Watches, Dinnerware, Sterling Silver — and other cherished gifts — Sharp's Jewelry has complete selections — all of genuine Quality no matter what the price. Then, too, you will welcome the numerous unusual gift items we have on display . . . gleaming Holloware, Costume Jewelry- of ,the type you want, Pen and Pencil Sets, jewelry gifts especially for men, and so on. And whatever you choose — in any department — it will of course be yours to present in the distinctive Sharp's Jewelry box, beautifully gift- wrapped. If You Are Thinking Of Selecting a Diamond For Christmas.... — we want you to know that now, as always, at Sharp's Jewelry we specialize in Diamonds, and have Diamonds of perfection in stock to suit every budget. A Diamond chosen at Sharp's Jewelry, regardless of price, is one of sure perfection in cut, color, clarity and brilliance. Then, too, our direct-from-the-cutter method, bypassing brokers, give you fine diamonds at the lowest possible price. Since a diamond will be a lifetime on her finger, we as a Registered Jeweler can guide you to a wise purchase. In addition to a varied assortment of Diamond rings, we have at Sharp's loose stones which can be pre* cision-set in the mounting of your choice. In giving or receiving, there is added pleasure in the thought, "It's a Diamond from Sharp's Jewelry." FREE Engraving and Monograming Registered Jeweler - American Gem Soc/ety ALGONA, IOWA Free Gift Wrapping In The Distinctive Sharp Gift lax

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