The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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«, -v-* 6~AI§ene (la.) Upfttf B»s Mdiftil thurtcJay, Jan. 2$, 1959 Mr and Mrs Chatleis §cott left this week for Callfdrfiia where they will visit ttlfittaes. A Library Board Meeting was held with Mrs A. H. Meinzer Monday afternoon. , Mr and Mrs Luther Fairbanks and Mr and Mrs Don Patterson attended th4 Reserve Air Corps dinner at the Plantation, Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs G. O. McFftrtand were supper guests at the Doyle McFarlahds Friday. This was Mrs Doyle McFarland's birthday. Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger had as callers the past week, Mr and Mrs August X. Peterson of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Jim Ackerman and Larry, Garner; Mr and Mrs Clarence Priebe, Algona and Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Hum- boldl, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ander- of Goodell, Mrs Lawrence Burt Lions Get Big Variety Of Traveler Mail Burt — The Burt Lions club met at the Legion Hall Monday evening, Jan. 19. Ray McWhorler gave a talk and showed slides on his European trip and on his recent deer hunting trip in the west. Greetings were received and read from the Lions Club of Oakland, California, where H. E. Rachut had been a guest, and from the Lions Club at Lewiston, Montana, where Mr McWhorter had been a guest. Letters were read from Dr. Win. F. Hamstreet, who recently moved to Brownsville. Texas, and he reports cold weather there, and from Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, who is spending some three months in Mesa, Arizona. The Drs. J. G. and Dean Clapsaddle, the latter of Clear Lake have presented a chair for the mayor's office in the new Town Hall. Mayor Nelson was the winner of the attendance drawing a) this meeting. C. B. Chipman wa a guest. Mr Fredrickson talked oi the furnishings needed for the Cbmmunity Room and Library in the Town Hall. I Berte-Becker Wedding At St. Joe, January 21 Plan Guest Night The Bun Woman's Club will hold the annual Guest Night on Monday evening February 2nd. A seven o'clock dinner will be served at, the Methodist Church. Special music "The Land I Love", will be given by High School Mixed Octette, and guest speaker will be Ray McWhorter who will show pictures and tell of the Brussels World Fair, Young People Meet Young folks of St. John's Lutheran Church met Sunday evening for a social gathering. Rev. Arthur Schultz talked on Missionaries to Hong Kong and Formosa. Mr and Mrs Harold Reirhers were in charge of refreshments and Mr and Mrs Raymond Lavrenz of the entertainment. Birthday Circle Some 18 -women attended the Birfhday Circle meeting at, the home of Bertha Mansmith on Thursday afternoon. Anna Zanke had the program. Guests,.were Gladys Hawcott, Mary Volentine Lydia Manus and Ada McFarland The latter joined at this meeting The,next meeting will be Febru ary 12 with Jessie Rash. Two bir thdays will be observed. ,on Lappe and Margaret, Reuben and Agnes Olson of Bancroft and Mrs Alvin Kalkbrenner. Mrs Anna Lovstad is now stay, mg at Wilfair Rest Haven. She came from Pocahontas Friday. Ruby Stcnzel is now employed at Wilfair Rest Haven. Mr and Mrs Doyle McFarland and children spent Sunday with Mrs McFarland's parents, Mr and Mrs F. C. Bruhns in Emmetsburg. Leslea Dawn, the 10 day old daughter of Mr and Mrs David D. Miller was baptised at St. John's Lutheran Church, Sunday, January 25. Rev. Arthur Schultz baptized the infant. Sponsors were Mrs Bernard Miller of Alona and John W. Rash, Burt, Jinner guests at the Miller home unday were Mr^and Mrs Bern- \ rd Miller and Jeffery; Miss Nela Meyers of Lotts Creek, John sh and Mrs Jessie Rash.*-, . Sunday afternoon callers at the DaVid Millers were; Mr and Mrs Lewis Zinnell of Emmetsburg, and Mr and Mrs Claude Miller of Cylinder. Other callers last week were Mrs C. L. Webb and Gary, Algona; Mr and Mrs Earl Rudnick and-children of Cylinder and he Harold Reimers of Burt. Mr and Mrs Don Patterson had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs _,eslie Snook of Newton, The women are cousins. A district Scout meeting will be held in the scout hall Thursday evening , January ,29. All Honored At Mrar Cliftic. Mayo «IT*1, ' 0*£U ***A0 •fc^Vt.j, f_f C*MA*w*> ^ v ' a * here and Mrand Mrs lukfe Mc- Uuii-e and Jtenttf l sf Btttt were Wfednesd^ IrisiwSS fet.thfc n *»* Bosalis home M Stoiin Lake. Ltikfe a!S6 WSht'ott to Si. Joe — Lois Willfbhg was 'honored at a pretvujstittl shower •Its St. .fosfidh's Half fan Sunday afternoon. The gift table was centered with a miniature bride doll and umbrella. Her sister Nancy and Mend, ;AIrna liig " assiste'd with unwrapping the many pretty ,- -, , was- spent at and useful gifts. The afternoon scouts and; aU'interested' in scput- mK are asked to attend as plans will be made for a Kick Off of 1959. Meeting to begin at 7;30. Ley Of Lakota On College Board Lakota— W. D. Ley has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Presbyterian Buena Vista College at Storm Lake, for a three year term. The number Mr and Mrs Clifford Holdin of directors has been : increased visiting the -sons Raye an and a larger area included. They uce Holding and families in \ now have some 30 directors. Mr California, Lydia Manus is in ! Ley attended the, first .meeting of charge of Anderson's Dry Goods this year last Thursday held at Store during Mrs Holdings ab- Storni'X&ke.; .Meetings .are held sence. . once a month. : St. Joseph's Catholic church at Stl Joe was the scene of a wedding, Jan. 21 when Theresa Jane Berte .became the bride of Harold P. Becker. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Alphqnse Berte, Bode, while the bridegroom is a son of Mrs Mathew, and the late Mathew Becker, Wesley. Father Leo Schumacher officiated at the double 'ring ceremony. Sister Mary David was organist and the high school choir sang. ' Mary Ann Berte served her sister ds* maid of honor. Patricia Becker was bridesmaid. James Berte was best man, and groomsman was Mark Becker. Ushers were Robert Becker and Francis Berte. The bride wore a wnite fitted floor length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. It was fash ioned with a modified torso mandarin- -collar and sequin trim yoke. The long sleeves end ed in points at the wrists. Thi very full skirt ended in a chape length,train. Her finger-tip veil ell from -a Queen's Crown headpiece and her flowers . were a cascade arrangement of red oses. A dinner for 150 guests was served at noon 'at the Plantation Dallroom. Marge Becker and atherine Hilbert were in charge, of the guest book. Others assist- ng were Cetfelia 'Berte, Bertha 1 ' Berte, Donna- Thul, Alma Illg,' ois Becker, Joann Becker and Mary Ila Erpelding. The bride is a graduate of Stj Joseph's Catholic School and been employed as secretary cards and socially, la"bridge, prizes'Were awarded to Mrs, Ted Wagner and Mrs Veronica Roeth- mi ; mrs Adeline Wagner and Mrs Laurence Thilges received the prises in'500. Mrs Clarence Thilges was awarded door prize. Miss Willfong, daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet,'will be the bride of William Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann on Saturday', January 31 at 9:30 With Rev. Leo C. Schumacher reading the nuptial High Mass in at. Joseph's Chiirch. Thul House Wa*ftiihg , Mr and Mrs Harold 'ThUl and family were given a surprise housewarming by their neighbors, Friday evening. The evening was spent at cards and 1 socially with Mrs Henry Zeimet and Lois Will^ tfong receiving prizes in 500. Mr 'and Mrs Thul were presented a bedspread. • , Attending the gathering were Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet 'and Lois, Mr and Mrs Henry Zeimet and Ronald, Mr and Mrs Ray Zeimet, Mr and Mrs .Roger Thul, Mr and Mrs Richard' Thul and Georgia and Janice, Mr and Mrs Peter Becker and Art, -Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding and family, Mr and Mrs Joseph Becker and family, )Mr and Mrs John Berte and Alverta, James and William Bormann. G.i\t bri btiStees* Mrs Agnes Helnerrtann Stapids, Seutti.Dak&ta, i hefe iri the home of hef sister Mr -and Mrs Alphdnsg Berte and farnily, She also attended the Berte-Becker wedding here ,on Wednesday.' , - ' . Donald Wagner, John Hedlng, Jerry Bfbwh and Ivari LSrsoft fe- turfted home on Saturday, aftef- noon from a two weeks trip through southern and south-west- Mrs Harbld tfriders, convaiesc- ing here at the home of hef parents Mr ahd Mrs John B, Reding Since her release from St. Jds- eph's Mercy' Hospital in Fort Dodge" on Thursday hiorning went to her home on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harold Reding and Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding are attending the annual state convention of, the Farmers Grain Dealers ' in-' Des Home's, -January 2( through Ralph are Jan. on 28th.' Harold the board of and directors of the Farmers elevator in Bode., Jan. 6 ^ Kenneth Mulligan, Bah i, 10 inedtcalj esaft fnedieat . ' ** Oliver drahirti Smil • f *ank» : ' Jaiiseii, 11 ~ gdwafi 'Oanttftfl, atetdelit r •.. . 12 — Jdsie tte&vey* Al- gdtia, medical; fflttft Geraid.Sdder- berg, sawaoft, boy. _ ^dfl. 19 a^'Marvm-Eischen, Al- JteH, IS -* Mrs Marry WaJrd, M- gona, medical; k Carl^Hayes,. 1A1«- gona, medical; Mrs Vaughfi :Hoo« Ve'iv Bafteftft, be^ ,7-5%} Ann at Cook's, Welders Supply in Algona* The bridegrpom has completed, two years in the armed forces and ; farms east of Wesley. After a wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Wesley. (Glenn Studio picture — UDM engraving Mrs Berte Hostess Mrs Alphonse Berte entertained her 500 club with Mrs Agnes Heinemann and Mrs Walter Pruess as guests. High prize wai awarded 1 to Margaret Reidmiller second high to Mrs John Tha and low to Mrs Walter Pruess Rfrs John Reding will be hostess to the club at their next gathering Congregational Victory Dinner Members^of the Congregational church here held a Victory Dinner, a potluck" affair followed by a short meeting ( in the church at 5:30 p.m., Jan. 22. - ' Results of the-fund 'campaign which has been held during recent, weeks were announced during the meeting. The church plans to build < an educational unit in the near future. /Ted Chrischilles, general .chairman of the campaign, 'reported on'the success of the' campaign, and Al Buchanan, general chairman of the building committee, reported on future plans of the church. t xiic^uiueii, ATA&O ver, ' Bartcr'oftj boy ,1,-tTz/ ^""« Marie Mertz, Ottoseft, medical. ' Jan» 14 —. Mrs- David -Miller Burt, girl, ^-14; Mrs Charles Baker, Bancroft,, accideftt; Barbara Kay- Rich, Algbna, medical Jatt, 15 — Mrs Herbert .Lind- dUist, Algona, surgery: L, G. Lenz Algona, surgery; r *Mr$ Harold Lamplight, Algona, surgery \': Mrs Olga Hott, Algona, medical (ex pired). < Jan. 16 — Mrs Oliver Campney Burt, surgery; Hazel Anliker, Al gona, T & A; Janet .Atiliker.'Rul land, T & A; SteVett-Ballar4,-Wes Betfd, T* & A; Melvin Abbas, Al gona; medical; Mrs Donald Bor mann,' LuVerne, boy, 6-5. Jan. 17 — Mrs Richard Waldera Algona, boy, 7-12; Baby Donald Hansen, Algona, boarder; Baby Donna Hansen, Algona, boarder; Mrs Daryl Gaedke, Algona, boy, 6-5; Janice Volk, Whittemore, medical; Cynthia'Van, Allen, Algona, medical. , Jan. 18 —, Mrs Irvin Eischen, LuVerne^, 'girl; 6711%'; . Eleanor Meyer, Whittemore, madical. Jan. 19 — Edward L. Garman, Burt, medical; Fred Lavrenz, Burt, medical; Mrs Donald Holland, Algona, boy, 8-81%. Jan. 20 — Mrs Richard Arend, Whittemore, maternity; Mrs Richard Lane, Whittemore, maternity| Baby Kenneth '*"•'Bend, medical. Mlfl ,t» Pete Jennings of Massena recently received the "S C o u t- mastfers Ktey" for 12 years of service as scoutmaster. He is also a brotherhood member ."Order of the Arrow." of the , McGuire, West Mrs Gales Dies Si. Joe — Word was received here of the death of Mrs Math Gales at' Minneapolis with burial on Monday.' Mrs Gales, the former Tillie Klein .-was. a Sister of Mrs Mike. Mafso* and Nick Klein of here and-a sister-in-law of Chris Gales of Irvington. „., " CUT Six year old Danny Gilloph"ol Dycrsville recently met with a. severe accident when ,he ( fell Jlrom, a. creek bank into a pile of rubr T5istt r and severed an artery nerve in his wrist. THE HUB CLOTHIERS G6GANTIC Excellent Business Location in on a Former quarters of Security State Bank at corner of State and Thorington Streets, immediately across the street south of nejv quarters of Security State Bank, and immediately southeast of new Kossuth County Court House. $39.95 & $45.00 VALUES $49.95 & $55 VALUES .rf*. Equipped with new automatic heating system and new automatic cooling system, and two fire proof vaults. - Both a private parking space and a public parking space immediately to south of building. ^^_ « Perfect location for a financial institution, insurance or real estate office, medical or dental clinic or a retail business. Immediate Possession - Will Remodel If Necessary \ .••'•'•>• : ' ' ' ' 1 See, write or call i HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON -> < ' -' , , • - - . '• • • • •. .' . • Attorneys at law, 2 l /g east State Street, Algona - i , J * ' ' ' • • : Phone CYpress 4*3567 or CYpress 4-3568 ? Van Heusen Dress Shirts __—_-„____-_____- „____„_ 2.99 $1 Argyle Dress Sox for Men _^___________-__j_.i_____ 69c . ' , -'. ' • • '','."/'"..'. i: ••.'.' Boys Tom Sawyer Long Sleeve Sport Shirts _.._____ _ _ ^ _ 1.76 Converse 5-buckle Work Overshoes __^ r .^—___._____^_1_ 5.88 Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts,values to 5,95 ,______^ 2.99 Men's All Wool Sport Coats priced from .____.___„-_,___ $18 Wool & Orion Mufflers for Men __.„___„___ one third off Men's Nylon Reversible Jackets — ___-..__._L.__,______ 11, Boy's Wool Suburban Coats, size 6 to 12 ___.. -. 9, Adam Dress Hats, values to 8,95 __ 5, Men's Stadium Dress Gloves, reg, 3,98 ^ 2, Converse 2-buckle Work Rubbers , „__. _» 3, Key Uniform S6 PER SiT Gloves 2 Chalmef. Read. has, announced that his big January Furniture Sale has only tnfee fntfre..t[ays to go. The sale e*d£ tffls; SStutflay, January 31st, AttKeUgTi has been,^ terrifid, - and -Ihotjpers have Chbseft hUridrfed^'6f, furniture bafgaini. since, the. .sale, toe* , Chaimef reports that there ,. still an excellent .selection' in all departments. Furthermore, ttrices on tnaiiy items are being slashed even further" for the final inree days of the sale. There is still an excellent selection of living room suites, all- of which can be had ,at -great savings. For example, you can own a beautiful, -regular $429,50 3-piece curved'sectional suite,-in heavy nylon Viscose brown tweed, for only $329.50. It has an, all- foam back, foam cushions, and comes with a'20 year guarantee. If you are interested in a.lower priced living robm' group ask to see the I rose viscose •' cover 2 pc. suite (devenpbrt and>chair> that is now on Sale at $159.50. It has genuine fbam cushions, Was formerly priced, at $239.50.' Other living room suite bargains well worth your attention are a regular $239.50 rose" beige davenport and chair at $179.50, a green modern sofa, bumper style with one arm (regularly $129.50) now priced at only $89.50, and a modern black , television lounge which has been reduced from $134.50 to only $99.50. It has a long wearing, heavy black nylon frieze cover. '' ' There are still about 50 chairs to choose from, many- of which contrast beautifully with the' above mentioned living room suites as well as the many other living room groups; at. Read's. For example, there ai*e a'-mumper of hi-base rockers, h* 1 assorted!j colors, on sale at $27.50. Available in walnut or blonde, with heavy frieze covers,-they were formerly priced at $34.50. There is also a fine beige-brown Stratorester reclining chair on sale at $59.95.. It is a regular $79.95 value. There is also a lovely lounge with foam cushion and back, -covered in softgrain plastic,-at-$89.50. Formerly $129.50. A regular $179.00 pair of beige barrel chairs are now on sale at $129.50. T,here are dozens of other outstanding bargains to choose from. { Modern Fireside chairs, in such ultra-modern colors as white, black. Coral, and brown are now priced <at from $23.50 to $36.50. T-Hfey- were formerly,.,$34.50. and 49,50. , ',','••• ' Bedroom suites that were, regularly priced at, from $209.50 Jp S449.50 have, been reduced to S139.95 to $349,50. For only $139.95 :ou can own a lovely new bed- •oom suite, complete with panel bed, double dresser, and 4 drawer chest, in walnut finish. At $159.95 is a limed oak suite, consisting of bookcase bed', double dresser, and 4 drawer chest. Read's is also offering, during these final three days, many-special values in mattresses and box springs. Read's price on a quality Salisbury innerspring mattress, 252 coil count, is only. $44.95. Or, you can buy an innerspring ./mattress and box spring- '-ensemble at Read's for only $49:50. Many other values in the bedding department. In the floor covering, department you will find' a 9x12 ft. Lustertweed rug, complete with pad, for only $49.95. It was originally priced at $74.50. If you are interested in the finest in carpet, Read's has one roll of 12 ft., 100% Wilton carpet, .regularly priced at $16.45, now on sale for the low, low price of $9.95 per square yard.'''..' '.. : Dining room suites, and dinettes in .all popular styles have also been reduced for quick clearance during these last three sale days. You can buy a regular $69.95 five piece dinette set for only $49.50. Regular $219.50 walnut dining room suites, complete vith six chairs, have been re- uced to $169,50. There are ipany thers at equally great savings, walnut, mahogany, or maple, Student, desks are priced at on- y $24.95." Knee-hole;. desks, • in imed oak, and complete with matching chair and 4-pc. desk et are priced at only $44,95, You'll find many pddsjmd ends ,t bargain prices, including fin- shed and unfinished chests. Fpui [rawer chests as low as $49,95 ?here are also dozens of fine bar- w ains in lamps, including a, paii of 24" modern table lamps for on- y $7,98. Many other table lamps as well as floor lamps, vanitj amps, and modernistic designs all at lowest prices. If you need anything in honv 'urriishings don't miss the las ;hree days of Read's Sale. Price nave been cut drastically in or der to make room for the arrive of new furniture which is arrivin from the Chicago Furniture Show Don't forget .' , . it's Read' Furniture, west of the cpurthpus square, for tremendous furmtur values. The 'sale ends Saturday hurry to avoid 'disappointmenj • Adv. To Toyr With Choir Valparaiso, Ind. — Paula Gei ike, daughter of Rev. and Mrs ( J. C, Gerike, 607 E. Elm, Algo a member of the . ei-veice Va paraisQ university Chapel choi will take part in.tlje'chpj.r's 63 tended toyr of the Eastern sei board Jan. 20*30, Miss Gerike,. sophomore, is msjowg in socii work, . ; .To become "contented" y< a poor memory and i agination. /

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