The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1960
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Make Honsbruch Drug Your "One-Stop" Christmas Store this Holiday Season! Ate 'as •//if Oeeei Efc Ca O/rf e$ «r e v e$ »rs " /A *&j j/s!f i£"' 1 : f Music Boxes Smoking Accessories Travel Cases HEAVENLY x-s Again this holiday season, we offer the finest selection of cosmetics in this area . . . you may choose from May Sin, Dana, Prince Matchabelli, Dorothy Perkins, Revlon, Cara Nome, Helena Rubenstein, Lentheric and Lucien Lelong . . . and many, many others. Buy where she knows the quality is dependable. That means at HONSBRUCH'S. VISIT OUR CAMERA DEPARTMENT In our photography department, you will find just about every gift you can think of for the camera fan . . .new Polar- oids and print copiers, plus the wink light attachment and automatic eye . . . Brownie sets complete with film, flash attachment and film . . .projectors, screens, splicers and on and on ... but you get the idea that HONSBRUCH'S has a complete line of photography equipment for your Christmas inspection. Won't you stop in, and take a peek. Hal en e Pens Wen Manf 'e Gift s ie$ cure Decorations for the Home 9 TREE LIGHTS •CENTERPIECES • CANDLES • SANTA CLAUSES "FREE GIFT WRAPPING" HONSBRUCH DRUG "YOUR ALGONA REXALL CHRISTMAS STORE" r* = $„•? Slpper Jflome* ALGONA, IOWA, TUESJDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1960 VOL 97 - NO. 49 • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Thursday quests in tho Alien Thu home in Graell filler were IHT parents the Vernon EiiKk'.s- lon's, the ]{;i!|)h Davidsons. Lu- Verne. the Gordon Davidsons, Bint, the Vernon Davidsons of Add ;nul Marlin Gro(.;<Tson of KiiManrJ. Mr and Mrs Frank Marcellus ol Hnmboldl. Mr and Mrs Joe Hnen of Storm Lake were Sun- clav visitors with their sister Mr and Mrs Earl Barton and girls. Guests in the Charles Minx home were her nieces Mi- and Mrs Eldo Beelunan and ejrls of MankMo. Mrs Louie Warner ol Fairmont. Minn., a 1 ml her nephew De Lane Blancluuci of Coon Rapid':. Thanks/jiving Ruests in the Er- \vin Barton home were.- Mr and Mrs Donald Mr anci Mrs Earl Rarton family; Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers. LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Bill Barton family of For! DorU'.e. Mr and Mrs Dennis Wagner, his mother, Mrs Kale Wagner ol Oiloson. The birthday of Mrs Dennis Wagner was observed. Mr and Mrs Edward Ilof were Sunday visitors with his sister Mrs Cora Ross in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Robert Hirscli of DCS Moines were Sunday visitors in the parental Milo Patterson home. Mi* Jessie Stripling. Sandra and Michael visited Thursday and Friday in Grand Meadow. Minn., with their daughter and sister, the Jack Kassel family. Mi- and Mrs Henry Kubly, son Elmer Kubly visited Monday with 'Mrs Emma Kubly in Eagle- Grove.. Mrs Kubly was. in a recent cvir accident. Florence Hoi of Friendship Haven,. Fort Dodge, spent the holiday with her brother Mr and Mrs EdVarcl Hof. Mrs Clara Rogers returned Sunday from Fort Dodge where she visited several weeks with her 'daughter the Jack Lewarne family. UTI- arid Mrs Fred Kruse returned Wednesday from their Thanksgiving visit in Houston, Texas \vilh their daughter the John McDowell family. Ruth- Biosenquist of Manson is visiting her niece Mrs Herman Schul/.. A registered nurse, she came to assist in the care of Herman Schul/, recently injured in a fall ;jncl hospitalized. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly received news Tuesday of the death oj' Mrs John Strciff, 76, at New Gliarus, Wise. Mrs Strciff is a sister-in-law of Mrs Kubly. Her husband and children survive. Daryf and Carol, twins, and Jerry, children of Robert Rusher spent the holiday vacation with their mother at Rochester and their grandparents at Lakeficld, Minn. Wcelkcnd guests in the .Robert Rusher home were Oscar Shipman, Mr and Mrs Darwin Ship- The easy way to beautiful walls PANELING mnn and Pamela of Fort Dodge, father and brother of Mrs Rusher. • Mr and Mrs Robert Rusher, his brother Harley Rusher of Bancroft have returned from a visit with their parents Mr and Mrs Exra Rusher at Marinette, Wise. While there they enjoyed some hunting with Bob getiing a buck- deer and Harley a doe and a bear. ^ Mr and Mrs J. A. Luehmann. Fairmont, were guests Wednesday of Mrs Amelia Hanselman. Thanksgiving guests in the- J. O. Cox home were their daughters, the Roger Heiters of Humboldt. Janet Cox. Mankato Teachers College and son John Cox, Junior College, Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Bill HougTi. Jolene, Plover. Gerald Hough, Dean Hough, University of Minn. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Muschamp and family of Minneapolis visited Thursday to Sunday with her father. M. L. Barton." They came to bring Mr Barton home from Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge, where he was a medical patient past 13 days. Mr and Mrs J.'o. Cox were guests at a dinner in Humboldt Saturday honoring the 901h birthday of L. E. Chambard. stepfather of Mr Cox. August Pergandc • visited Thursday to Monday in Omaha with his daughter Mr and Mrs William Mycr. The Myers brought August nome and will visit here for a few days. Guests in the Charles Hinz home Sunday evening to honor the birthday of their son Lester Hinz were Mr and Mrs Fay Harmon, Mr and Mrs Harold Ristau, Mrs Jessie Stripling, families, Mrs Dwayne Tobey and Nicky, LuVerne and DeLanc Blanchard Coon Rapids. Mrs Mabel Thompson returned Monday from a visit in Fort Dodge with her daughter the Nicholas Wolfe family. Mr and Mrs Wolfe are the parents of a six pound, twelve ounce son named Wallace Scott, born Nov. 17, at the Lutheran hospital. They now have a family or five boys and three girls. LeOta Ann Voss spent the holiday week end in Eagle Grove visiting her brother, the Dclmer ! Voss family. Former LuVerne Man Succumbs; Funeral Held CACTUS Mr and Mrs Carlylc "Curley" Miller of Maquoketa have a cactus believed to be 40 years old. Miller and his wife were given the cactus four years ago by Ray McMullen. Ray says he and his wife had it. for 36 years prior to that — and the plant has bloomed only once in all its years. UDM Classified! Par Dividend! YOU CAN PANEL * AN r x 12' WAU IN YOUR CHOICE OF PRE-FINISHEQ PANELING FOR i • * * $ 57 WITH NO CASH DOWN. TAKE A .YEAR TO PAY. Ponenncj ti ihe rfmpfe, cMdb most economical answer to eld,dullwalls.FcKtory.finished panels go vp easily over any' surface and require no main* •enance. In fact, the beauty of Ihe natural wood mellows with age. Come in toon and tee our vast selections, and let us te| you how you coa panel-it- yourself. for homo improvement help KELLEY LUMBER CO. "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON - OTTOSEN - ALGONA Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: If a fire blisters the outside paint of the house next door, will the Fire insurance on the blistered house pay for the damage? ANSWER: Yes. that damage is covered by ihe standard policy. if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 LuVerne — for Otta A. Sittig, fifi. Livnnoie, were held at 2 p.m. at the Livermore Immanuel Lutheran church Nov. 30. with Rev. Donald Heck officiating. Burial was in Memorial Park cemetery at Fort Dodge with Lindhart funeral home of Humboldt .in charge. Mr Siltig died unexpectedly Sunday at his nome at Livermore. The Sittig family were farmers cast ol LuVerne five years ap,o before moving to Liv- ei more. Surviving are his wife, five sons Vernon, Chula Vista, Calif., Richard. Glen and Edwin of Livermore, Daryl of Newton. four grandchildren, his father, three brothers ana one sister. Shower Honoree Beth Toohey, bride-elect was the honored guest at a pre-nup- lial shower at the town hall Sunday afternoon with 50 sharing the courtesy. Hostesses were relatives of her fiance, Mrs Robert Hardcopf. Mrs Roman Arend and Mrs Leo Elbcrt. A program in charge of Mrs Hardcopf presented were readings by Mrs Irvin Chapman, two songs by Michcle and Kathy Andre and a Hawaiian dance by Roxie Penton. Miss Toohey and Tommy Carroll will be married Dec. 28 at Sacred Heart church in Livermore. Hospitalized ' Herman Schulz was taken late Tuesday by ambulance to tho Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt, for further medical treatment. He was injured in a fall at the LuVerne Co-up elevator and hospitalized at Rochester. Mrs Anna Hanselman underwent major surgery at Holy Family hospital at Estherville Tuesday. She is satisfactory and her granddaughter Rose Ann Swan, R. N. is her special nurse. She will convalesce later in the home of her daughter Mr and .Mrs Harley Chrislensen ,in Estherville. Relative Passes Mrs Nelle Biegger reports the death of Mrs Andrew Biegger, 75, Monday at Howard, So. Dak. Mrs Biegger was m ill health for years and was hospitalized and later in a nursing home. Her husband was a patient in nursing home with her. Four sons sur. vive. Funeral services and buriaf were Thursday, Dec. 1. Mr and Mrs Biegger were early resident! in the vicinity of LuVerne and Livermore. Baby Baptized The infant son of Rev. and Mrs Allen Rudow was christened Joel Dean at the 9:dO a.m. service Thanksgiving in the Zion Ev. Lutheran church with the pastor and father of the baby the' Rev. Allen Rudow officiating. Sponsors by proxy were the parents of Rev. Rudow, Mr and Mrs Carl Rudow of Dundee, 111., who were weekend guests of their son and family. Mr and Mrs Vernon Davidson of Adel were holiday guests in the parental Ralph Davidson home. Dr. and Mrs L. R. Turner of Denver, Colo, are guests of Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman. Thanksgiving guests in the Milo Patterson home were the Walter McPeaks, the Milford Me- Peaks of Renwick, Sandra Patterson, Des Moines, and the Harding Hansens of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Otto Wille were Sunday guests 01 Mr and Mrs Laverne Jcffers to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Wille. ga»»»wec8s»B»^^ TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: In appreciation of your patronage to our store - and to make new friends we have mad. &t%rv°o-;;^^ BEAUTIFUL - 8 x 10 - SILVERTONE VIGNETTE PORTRAIT $4.95 VALUE FOR ONLY 79c A FULL SELECTION OF PROOFS TO CHOOSE FROM THIS IS THE PLACE And DATE COAST - TO - COAST STORE FRIDAY, MO 9 - ALGONA, IOWA 10 A. M. To • P. M. SATUHMV, KC H - 10 A. M, Te f P. M.

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