The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1960 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 27, 1960
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ft-Aftfono (Fa.) Upper Des Mo!n«> Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1960 R, DE AA O OCVC Mrs Fisch HosbNi Mrs Kalherine Fi*ch entertained !u r :C,ird club members last Tuesday a fit moon. Members arc Mrs W. A. Harry, Mrs Henry Holland. Mrs KoUrt Loss. Mi's Kalherine McKvoy. Mrs John Kohlhaas. Mis V(-ionica I'oeth- ler and Mr-- Leo Thilg-; 1 !--. Mary Strc.'it. Fort Dodge. \va= a guest. There was an exchange of gifts. Santa Visits A faculty dinner was held Dec. 15 nt Van's Cafe. Supt. D. H. lifting impersonated Santa Clans and the inerviews he held were played back. Willavd Snustnd \vns chairman and Mrs George. •Bonacker was mistress of ceremonies. V/ed At Bode The marriage of June Olson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earling Olson. Bode, to Lewis Krull took place Dec. 23 at 7:30 o'clock in SI. Olaf church at Bode. Mrs Krull will continue leaching in the Algona schools. Scout Party Girl Scouts, troop 14 held a Christmas party last Tuesday after caroling an hour at various homes. The party was held at Mrs James Baker's Scout leader, assisted by Mrs Jean McAlce. Dclnhian Program The Delnhian society met last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Joe Lowe. A Chris!mas program was given, n history of carols, given by Mrs A.I Aciona and music on tho organ by Mrs Lowe. Dinner For Drivers The school bus drivers and Sheir wives attended a dinner at Van's Cafe Wednesday evening. K. C. Parly The K C.s gave a .. Christmas pally Thursday evening at the ha'l for the children ;md parents. Gifts weie given and re!! c shments served. Mrs Augusta Beilz has had as guests Mr and Mrs Joe Hiet/., and their daughter Mi's Al Schuring. Huyck, Minn. Mrs Joe Heit/. had been at Hurt assisting in the. care of her father, Leonard Daniel, who died ark! for whom funeral services were held recently at Hurt. Mr and Mrs Paul Lemkee had as Christmas eve guests the lat- ler's parents and brother, Mr and Mrs Wendell Jensen and Paul, who is attending a school of nur- v. ho is atending a school of nursing at Rochester. Minn., and the grandfather. J. M. Jensen, King- sled. Mr and Mrs Howard Raney entertained at. a family dinner Christmas. In attendance were the parents Mr cind Mrs Hugh Raney. Mr and Mrs Lylc Raney, Mr and Mrs Russell Walker. Mr and Mrs Allen Walker and Mike, and Mr and Mrs Sherwood -Potter, Kmmetsburg, <md the respective children. Mr and Mrs Arthur Jackman have been visited by Mr and Mrs D. J. Ryan and children of Orange. Tex., who went from here to visit Mr Ryan's family at Omaha, Neb. A pro-Christmas dinner was held last Tuesday at Mr and Mrs William Knoll's at Lone Rock with the Russell Jensens, Lone Rock, the Arthur Jackmans and the Ryans in attendance. Mrs Knoll and Mrs Jensen are also daughters of Mr and Mrs Jackman. Ex-Burf Man Is Wed Dec. 10 Burl --• A n cent \\edtliiiR of interest to I?ui! folk-- \\-ns that of Jerry Lewis to Sharon Kay Askr land of F»i t Derhre. daiu'hler of Mr< Kleanor Aske- lanrl. Km! Dodire. Jerry Lee is Mie son <>f Mr an-l Mrs Hubert Lew's t'oi mer T'.urt residents now residim: at We.-tside. j The double rinu ceiemony was perlormed at 3 p.m.. Sundav. Dec. 10. at Mir home of I he groom's parents. A reception for relatives was held i:i the home immediately following Mie ei reniony. The ii- tier verldiiu!' cake, was cut and served by Mrs Riuce Graham. T'liut. Attindin 1 ; from Hurt were Mr and Mrs Hruce Ciraham and familv. Lions Fole Wives The members of the Hurl Lions club |-eld their annual Ladies Xi;;h; Mnnday evening. A 0:30 dinner was prepared and served by the following Auxiliary commit tee: I C( lia Scott. Theela Christen~en. Genevievf Graham. Gladys HawcoM. Elva Roettcher, Helen Wi rn.ers. Elsie Lockwood. and Nellie Clark. Guests, besides the Lions wives, were Krna Raars and members of high school barbershop quartet. Eugene- Meister, Gerald Hilton. Jay Iloonus and Norma Carlson, also Mr and Mrs Stanley Gardners. Guest sneaker of the evening was Don Kalinos of Humboldt. Carols were sung by the prnnn loci by George Becker. Fred Hilton was in charge of the program. Scout Party The Brownies and Intermediate Girl Scouts held their Christmas party nt tho home of their leader, Mrs Paissell Patterson, Thursday afeinoon. The pirl.« en- .;oved a f.'itl cx< hnngv. Th' 1 mtei mediate Scouts, Tliann Miller. F.t -unii Wermeis, I.nula ISrckiT, and Sandra Oilman, baked the cookies ihev sri Vrd for hineh. On Dee. ~7 the Ljirls .lild their leaders Will jjo to Al- f^ona tu VIMI Mie famed Nativity S< ene. Wed 56 Years The (!eoj'i;e I,iii sons, east (if I'm I Miintly (>KMTV< .1 their afiMi \\eddmu jinmvri Siiiy. Present to lit'lp them ol.iSiTVt.' the occasion weie Mr and Mrs (.' S. Slupler, Mr and Mis Stanley Lai son. Hurt, the Hex Austins. Crystal Lake, the Sterling Johnsons and Janice. (lamer, Mr and Mis Hill Marshall. Mr and Mis Stanley Sorensnn and daui;hlei and i\Tr and Mis Hichard Shipler and dauuhli T. Mr and Mrs O. II. MrMullon anfl Jeriy spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs MeMullen m \orthwood. .Jack is on the Norlhwood school faculty. Dick Tellier. Fort Dodpe, spent several days this- past week with his parents. Mr and Mrs Frank Tellier. Jim Lacy. Hartford, Conn, arrived Monday evening at the Rena Huell home to spend the holiday seasons with his parents. Mr and Mrs It. J. Lacy. Mr and Mrs t]u«ene Steward, Ames, visited several days at the home of his parents, the Walter Stewards. Mr and Mrs Hnrold Steward BARGAINS GALORE! These and Many More GIRLS' OUTER WEAR Drastically Reduced — All girls' car coats and Jackets— Windproof — Machine Washable — in wanted colors. BOYS' OUTER WEAR Entire Stock Reduced For Parkas and Suburbans, Short Jackets — Sizes 4-20. SAVE! COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS 5 0O t* i 6 5 .22 7 (3-6x) (7-4) 9 88 boys' sizes 4 to 18 Sanforized, machine washable cotton flannel! Priced for extra special savings and Tailored to our own specifications in his favorite plaid patterns! WOMEN'S COATS Entire Slock of Winter Coals Priced For After Christmas Clearance! In a Variety of Wanted Fabrics and Styles. Millium and Wool Lined- '16L $2222 MEN'S SWEATERS Entire Stock Reduced — Pullover and Cardigans, Wool and Orion, Bulky Knits $£99 6 COMBED COTTON IONG JACKETS •10.00 (Sizes 36-46) . .Water • repellent machine washable Jackets — Orion Acrylic and Celluloid lining*. Knit Collars and Cuffs- In Wonted Colors BOYS & GIRLS PAJAMAS Flannel-warm - machine washable for both boys and girls and priced to r.ave $ 1 WOMEN'S BETTER DRESSES Save on Wanted Styles in Jr., Misses and Vz Sizes. $ 2-'6 Saturday to home fin d.! TIM V < i! 'i M;: Si* p. i Ji.. J 0 to Woochv.iiTl ; the cl,mi;httT 1 iliifc \vrrk viifiitiim. r iinrl Mrs Konuiii tilf ••mis. C'olcshm it. .11 rived Fri:;l the hiiiiu 1 nT hci pjirc-iits. K. I,. PiiiStx. On Saturday Hie !'i ,itts and their ' -; !e|t lui Win tliin^Um. . aiid all i nu'Ved Chl'istnias ie Kail iXc-trr-:. Mrs Nester i' former Zeipha Pratt. '•;. .lusi'ph C.' u n n i n £ li a m, Abba;, aiid Dennis Woll'e rr.1 in HIM t Thursday fi inn I! i ley. Kansas Cor la ilny m;hs at Imme. Pvt. Cnnning- will visit his parents, the Ayn Cunningham. I'\ p t. Abins i:i andpan.'iils, tlie Walter -aids and Pvt. Wnll'e with his ni;. the Homer "Wolfes. The' will return hi l-'ort Hiley Pic. .Tanies MeMnllen, Fort ,<".i Houston. Texa> is enjoying I'-ave frcm duly, which he is snrn'iim? with his pa rents. Mr iiM'l Mrs <",. H. MrlUullen. Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas ;iii.-l family altr-nded Hie 41st •\V''!i!m.u anniversary of Mr Ah- Ki ' aunt aiifl unele Mr and Mrs AUvrl Weaver at the Ledyard Cii'inljc rhurrh Sunday. Knl "Mier is a patient at the Veteran's Hospital. lies Moines v here he 1 underwent surgery Tuesday morning. His mother, Mi.-- Carrie Mier. spent last week with him and liis wife is with h:rn. At this writing he is much improved. Mr and Mrs Loo Milehell were hosts at a dinner in Estherville Saturday evening to their rm- ployei'S and husbands. Guests of the .Mitchells \\en- Mr and Mrs Waller Sorenson and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Well/.. Mis Vircil Sdirodor was hostess in her home Saturday evening to a qroup of ladies from Tilonka, Lakota. and Hurt. Those in attendance from Hurt wore Al- vinii Hasse. Esther Sorenson, Viola Hecker, Lyclia Schwietert, and Sahna Clifton. Mr and Mr.'- Walter Steward, Kot-'.er and Perry, and Marjorie. On- of Algona. and Mr and Mrs Cliff Abbas, Judy and Janice attended the wedding, of Eugene Steward and V'iltna \Virtz at the .Methodists church in Madrid Sn- 1 itrday. The Art Class taught by Mrs Karen Ifolmsith has several pic- lures depicting the holiday season on display in the library window. Kohert Moore returned to his home by ambulance Monday from the University Hospitals where he recently underwent major .'-urpery. WESLEY NEWS Reese Martin went to Minneapolis. Dec. 20 and met their son Irwin Martin who came from the naval station at San Diego, Calif., to spend a furolugh at home. Other Christmas Day guests in the Martin home were Mr and Mrs Jim Blcich of Algona, the Don Hauptman family, Mrs Sophia Mildman, Leo and Beatrice. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividendi Ellen Stewart Of Bort Will Wed Feb. 4 Mr and Mrs Roscoc Stewart of Burt have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter, Ellen, shown here, to Russell Henry, son of Mr and Mrs II. N. Henry of Lanark, III. The couple will be married Feb. 4, IGfil in Danforth Chapel on the University of Iowa campus at Iowa City. Both are graduates of I he University. Miss Stewart, who graduated with distinction, is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary scholastic society and is a registered toehnoloflist at the Veterans Hospital arid part-time graduate student nt the University at Iowa City. Mr Henry is a graduate of the college of commerce and a junior in the college of law. He is affiliated with Delta Sigma Pi and Phi Alpha Delta, professional fraternities. (UDM Engraving) Led Nurre Heads Whittemore C.C. At the annual meeting and election of the; Whittemore Community Club, held last week with 40 in attendance, Let) Nurre was elected president, for the coming year, Dr. T, J. Lensing was named as a vice president, Francis Mullin as treasurer, and an executive committee of Vic Perkins, Waller A. Meyer and Jim Geelan was named. The new officers will be installed January 20. Dinner was served by the Legion Auxiliary ladies, and Ihe business meeting followed. Union Boys 4-H The Union Boys 4-H club met at the community center Dec. 13. After the regular meeting there was a short program with Tom Henry and Jim Pingel in charge, also an exchange of Christmas, gifts. Dugans, Jergensons and Viponds were in charge of lunch. JK£Jb£J „-""«* ».**j** - -T" ^ &**#» ft*** ,/• lowest prices in years in the January pff ;'( urn !M.» S ave oil famous m "i'.ij thick, soft easy-care blankets Expert blend of rayon, cotton and orlon give warmth without weight. Washable! 72 in. x 90 in. Acetate binding, O many colors. Amazing at the i reduced price of r **• 'comfit* mattress pad & cover Fitted pad and cover all in one! No seams to pull apart. Fluffy bleached filler. Doubla diamond lock stitched ^ quilting. Sanforized WIN $|Z£ "1 ( ekirt. JKeversible for ^ • longer service. fun $IZE 3.94 ironing board pad and cover Famous contour construction fits firmly and neatly. Silicone treated heavy fabric resists scorching. printed flannel Floral, stripes, checks, geometries, children's designs. 36 iu. wide, Would be much vn more if in full bolts, f v ' 100-lb. flour sacks Bleached, mangled, free of holes—100% per« feet sacks, unopened. Use as dish O O > towel, press cloth or dust cloth. / / V oval braided rugs Sturdy, long-wearing rugs in many •Morted eolon, KM 18 x 30 inches. ForaBiMfltetNM. ft ft A If\\ AW T i White Star Sheets 72X708. 1A9 REGULARLY 1.89 • 8? X108, REG. 2.09 7.69 42 X 36 PILLOW CASES —37c Fine, bleached white muslin, woven and finished for greatest smoothness and softness. Over 130 threads per square inch. Strong tape 8elva(jea»- straight even hems. percale pillow cases Whitest white all combed cotton with beautiful jacquard woven A IN borders. Size 42 x.38. 2 PKO. Wonderful gifts. ACRILAN'filled pillows 2for*6 large size pillows buoyantly filled with non-allergenic Acrilah. Attractive long, wearing floral ticking with corded edges. Completely washable, com* pletely moth proof. •CHIMSTHAND ACKILIC rilM feather-filled pillows 2 for'3 Crushed feathers, wonderfully soft but pleasantly firm. Bright striped feather ' resistant ticking. Corded edges. 21 X 27 in. * "Soft-Spun" woven or rich chenillo bod spreads GREATLY REDUCED TO At this amazing price you'll want one of each—a colorful bla/!er plaid, woven enread that wears like iron, and an elegant striped, tone-oa-tone corduroy type chenille. Both are washable, lint* less and colorfait. Full or twin size only $5

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