The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1961
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, I Kiehajtd 'Norton was hog. test,; to her bridge club Wednes- dfey^e^Mrigt' 1 < M ; , ** <... ,*!*?*"** (•-»*^**"*ai rvaa nOateSS ! sclnasta -club Mbnday 1 af. Iff^rt^n * '' _ and Mrs Les Kgftyoft Sti ohj|. several Peek's vacation trip , aff hi^Hoftiii hete after '1-eeeiit eattfract, surgery at Mercy has- j>ifal fat'Maion City, /The Knighls of Coitiitibus have, a bredltfaSl SuHday In, the Academy hall, after the 7:30 " " ' ' , ; , —0— . , J •Eight Specs card club' rriai Wednesday evening at the home ,o£Mrs W.~J."Slgstiee. MrS Goldie Guderian wds, a gUest, , Mr and^.Mrs Phil Diamprid spfeiit ( from Wednes"day in Chicago .where they visited Mrs Diamorid'p mother ,attd conducted business. Mrd \,t)iek Meyer stayed with the" Diaffidfid children during their parent's absence. ' , . Bel Canlo music club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of '* rii " ' ' *—. . , . eror s}jeM a 1 w|ek agb Wednesday at Sheldon where , -they attended business meetings and a banquet. •" Mis' John Dteesman was a fc'tifglcal patient at St. Ann hospital from 1 Thursday through Sunday last week, •—o- Mf and Mrs Harold Hobson had as guests Sunday the former's brother and sister-in-law. tDr. and Mrs Ray Hobson and daughter, Alice of Marcus. _o— t Mr and Mrs' Allan Buchanan took Uhe letter's -.mother, Mrs Karl wiuff to Perry Tuesday to take the train to California' where she will spend several months "with relatives. Wesleyan Service Guild •' met Moriday evening at the Methodist ch'Urch. Mrs M. L. Vandei'W.Sal gave, the program, Mrs Alice Reding, .the" devotions and the social, time, was-in charge of Zelda and Bonita Reid., - byteffen chHrchat toicft the \ tvvai.-jrt.vpuj fcc*.*w« ^"nr*"^ ter fefVteryVat Ci&riol day«l\ V 4 ,,i» •> i, • Mr and Mts Stanley Sorenfion ate'.pafeny of a Jeveft .boflnd. dne.bunce ^on-Jiorn^Jan., 18-at S^-'Ann fid&itfial, :M^ ;HaS beeri namd -Mafk" Alien .arid hfis end Mrs Virgle Allen is in Call fottiia whet^ ,she is spehdirig several weeks with her son-and da\ightdr-5n-law, Mr aftd MrS Je'-'y Allen in the Los Angeles area. .Wiibu* thi" sieinsdisi YAtfh, ftnjj^ shi&' met SuftdAy ^Ulton ^^ S a .vBtMfl&vThlL Weskyf n { 'Si'* Guild served lunch.' Toby, jseveif 'wdritH eld dachshund belohging ,to the Kenneth Ridley's -was'hit by a car. drlVeri by an unidentified mtitoHSt M6h* day, and died as the result of his injuries. _o—. " __. Hecerit feat»tisnis , Si SL Cefie^, lia's^ Catholic church were path- Wen Mary,, daughter of Mr- and Mrs John Roseristeil, arid Patri-, cia Ellen, daughter of -Mr r ahd Mrs Joseph' feiHg. . „ ,- •- ^ . Beeclfii drb've fhbriday Jo bfin,' v ClopCbn fMm UHivlrMt^, hftj m.m Mha «&&& jwfe p^ Tuesday. Reports from tests- gooft, and, although he must b6 at hoitfe for a while, he Is \m* Droving. , . , -_ . - , . kk?/ dduiWof '6t %, ahti Mts •Frank Mdultori, wks hbnoree at a iiUmber party Friday ^fveHing in 'Observance of her fifteenth birthday. Kay's birthdate was a rtidrtth ago, but, she was at St. Artn-hdsp'ital recovering frdtt an appendectomy, hehce 1 the late ob- SerVarice. Mr took Harold naroJO ocnumatjuei yini""f.'»^I more, to Ibfoa tfity T;ueMayl;fof, a checkup ,at University Host}i r> tals. '-,'j _, ;. ... .-L.'V. "...' left Monday for Sumtef, Sduth Carolina to join 'Mf Kfomihga is in the* Service. - ' 5 —1>— Mr and N^rs Roblii Kaln.te* turned recently frorti Milwaukee, Wisfc. whre they visited their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Maurice Myers. ,to whom twin sons were born Jan. 8. ,The 'twin! Jahri Rebel-t tnd Jdmes- Wilfred weighed 6 pdUhd,lV4 bUhces each and were the first twins of identical weight to be born in the Milwaukee hospital. Mr? Myers Is the farmer Sharon Kain and ha's ^wlrt,brothers, Robert of Whitte.m6fe and Richard of Algona. The. Myers also have a' daughter and two other sons. L66, ihfanl daughter of Mrs 'Russell Krottiiriga, baptized .Siinday -at the Presbyterian bhurch. A- ditiner followed it tbe.h'ome oi the baby's ^rkt-graridmbthei-, , Mhj., Hugh , t whlfch >lhe - grandpar- 'ents,'Mr '*$&«%& . Da ^i, R l ch ; Icdsdh oi Radciiffe and Mi- and Mrs Herman Kromitiga. of Idwa Falls were also guests.- Mrs Krd T hiihgaV the .former •Gldria , ftkh- ardsoh, 'and her. two daughters Seneca Club Wives Hosts Husbands Seneca — The SeHeca Thursday Club et^tefctained their husbands at a party at the Delmar Fischer honie lna,t Wednesday evening. "500" was played > at five tables. Prizes, were .wort by Cecil Langefman,- high for men, wjtll oW gding to Roy Hinz who also won the travel prize. Mrs Roy fflflfe had high for* .wdtfieTt and fars Woodrow Kracht, Ibiv. Others present included Mr rind MrS Everett Wlthatn, Mr and Mrs Ldurence Johannesen, Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz, Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley, Mr and Mrs John Strfiuckbr, Mrs Henrietta Thompson, and thfe Larigermans. The grdu$ will hold a similar party in February with the Everett Withams as hosts. Walter Gardner of New Ulm, Minn, and Mr Clarence Gardner of Sauk Center, Minn., were Thursday callets at Jhe. Albert Johnson and the fcaymdnd Gardner homes. Also present at the Johnson home weie Mr ahd Mrs Frank Looft of Fairmont, Minn., who have been staying at the Johnson home during Mrs John- sdh's convalescence from recent We never stahfl sffM tee qf . ' Viking Thursday, Jon. 26, 1961 (la.) Upper 6«* .M«M»4' •surgery. Walter en» Clarem?6 are brothers of MrS Ltioft-.and cousins oT the ftny" Gardners. Mr, and MrS Elmer Wlthani and Mi- and Mrs Everett Witnahi, nlong with the Harry Yunge- borgs of Algona, spent last Wed* nesday night at the RalpH Drlh* ans,, -Armstrong 1 ; wliefe they helped Mrs iJfindh observe a birthday party. " •„ , • 'Mr and Mrs Everett Witham had their little grandson, Tonj* Hoimcra, with them frarti Friday until Sunday. Tony's parents,.the Pete Helmers of MarshalltdwH were called to thfe home of the former's Parents, the John Hoi- Wrs, Algona,'Friday, after'hav- ing received word that the elder Mi- Helmers had suffered a stroke. ^ Mr ad Mrs Donald Cronk are the parents of a ten pound one ounce baby, boy born Friday, n. 13 at the Holy Family hoi* pltal at Esthervillc. The little lid wll be named Brian Donald. Hi has a sister Lori, thirteen months old. The O. R Pattersons are the 1 maternal grandparents. The Blftkjer Women of tfie ehurch met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. The Bibte Study and devotions were presented by Mrs P. H. Jensen. MM Hertry Looft assisted by Mrs Ole Pedersen presented the Cause of Evangelism. Hostesses were Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs Art Befgum. Mrs Albert Jchttson has returned from Rochester, where, •ihe had submitted to surgery. Her parents, the Frank Loofts bf Fairmont have been staying a*t the Johnson home. You'll Like ^ rhe IrohiHg bodrel surface that lightens and brightens your work Slllcbhe Alutn. Cover I.? tand Tulflek P«ci. Fits all Boards. Pure Aluminum "N" TAKE COVERED CAKE PAN tdkfe fb church suppers, picnics or buf-( fets. Also excellent' for Refrigerator-Freezer Storage. Clear Crystal SNAK JtT $1.98 Four Plates' and four Cups. WHl»e Ware SNAK SET $2.95 4 cups and 4 plates riecit Proof ASK US ABOUT OUR SALE OF "JUNGERS" OIL AND GAS HEATERS SPECIAL OFFER 50 FREE STAMPS WITH EACH PIRCHME Of I 8ALIOHS OF MS OR MORE Friday and Saturday, Jan. 27 and 28 YOUR CHOICE OF EITHER King Horn or Gold Bond Stamps VIKIN As «n added l»pn«f tP our many fine customers — and to of ypy that have never stopped put — we are offering 50 FRIE KING KORN PR OOtP BOND stamp* thi« Friday and Saturday with each purchase of 8 *r mpre gallons pf gasoline, So fill yp«r tank this weekend at VIKING OIL, and g«t an added bpnus pf free stamps besides y?ur regular saving* °n gas. This is 9t»r way of saying "Thank Yog for your wehderful patronage the past year, ONLY A WEEK By The' Hun'dreds GIFT WRAPPED FREE F.OR THE FARA1ER, TRADESMEN, HANDYMAN . . . EVEN TOOLS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. GOOD SELECTION. TOP QUALITY LOW IN PRICE HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE The backbone of our business _ YOUR HOMETOWN HEADQUARTERS FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES To Make You're Household Tasks Easier HOG AND POULTRY EQUIPMENT Feeders — Waterers - Heaters - Reflectors - Heat Lamps GAS AND ELECTRIC 'MONARCH" RANGES "Monarch - the King of Ranges Since 1896" Only $2,50 a week after small down payment NORTH OF f. B. CARIpSQHi Qwner lflHIillCTIW^WKIW,^ : x^^ ' ItPt mm tl> UR

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