The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 16
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: ; it:-? ( A -.,.,,: , •,. ..^. ..*.», »:f«^ s "..!&••?,'.'««". -..'A^A; '.•.,«-/ - .> ^ , ••£?•••*•' uers eer ACQUAINTED MEET ID FARRELL, manager of Sherwin .. Williams STOP IN AT ALGONA'S COLOR HARMONY CENTER And See Our New Paint Color! For Spring! We Welcome these two Bancroft 4-H'ers to our store Saturday to Display the "Blue and White" Club Project; B-Afgerta (la.) Upper D*» Molnes Thursday, March 5, 1959 On The Move At LuVerne LuVetn* — Mr and Mrs James Schftde and family moved Sun* day from Algona to the Mrs T by William Moeding, who purchased a small home recently. Mrs Schade is principal of the Adam Zweifel residence vacated LuVerne grade school and teach- CALISTA • DANkBAR SHERWIN- WILLIAMS PAINt; CO.• Paint* • Wallpaper • Unfinished Furniture' • Picture frames /, • Paint Brushes >' And Accessories " ' LET'S err ACQUAINTED Lawrence Huteell owner of HUTZELL'S Office & School Supplies * A w«rm ar««Hna from Lawrtne* and all el th» 0*ng it »h« HUTZELL'S StORE In Alflun*. And * p*rMeul*r hollo to »h« fln« Greinwood Olfli 4-H club who will fit** * dltpUy In our »t«r« S*turd«y «l till* w«»k. Two of thtM fllri», Secretary Gwan ,B»k«r «nd Pmldtnt Miry Lou KolUich, *r» ple« h>f«d btlow. B* mf* to «top Irt «nd !*• th«lr dll- play In our ttoft *nd lay hello 16 ut on "G*t Acquainted Day*" fhl« wwk. WELCOME TO THE GREENWOOD GIRL'S 4-H CLUB For the youngitor . . . * Portable Typewrltori * Sporting Good* * Sehaol Supplies t For the farmer dad . . . * Income Tax Ledgeri * Typewriters and Adding Machine* for tale and rent HUTZELL'S School.and Office Supplies Mrs. Maxine • OLIVER G. JOHNSON /RUBY ' MURTHA this oppbrturiity t6'invite the newcomers of-this -area- (afc well as our'old friends and'customers) to visit our store. We are willing- at all tinjes to consult with you' on diamonds, and gift, ideas for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, etc. — at no obligation to you! Come in and, lookAover our new lines for spring. The door} mat Is vout for 4-H , boys and glrli to vlilf ut while In fown Saturday.' A spcclH welcome Is extended to AJ , CRESCO CHUMS'/ officers, Arm KEGlSTEPtQ Smith' of Wait Bond' and Dotty JEWELED Batch'.of Whlrtemore/ who ' 'i AMEBICAN GtM SOCIETY ..^^... .^.... *LONA.IOWA MEET THE fOIKS GET ACQUAINTED WEEK **Whether If s a Farm or a House in Town, Insure Your Property with Your Friend Before and After the Fire" These Four Persons Serve You at the Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. Lola Scuffham Secretary Robert Jo Ann Dittmer Pat Metzen SERVING YOU WITH INSURANCE FOR: + Farm Building & Personal Property ( <L*<i) -• „. I i' • .' '...-'"•. *i*rTown Dwellings ' -A'-C; ' . ^,>' v , • • "^ ' -•'-•• es the sixth grade, Mr and Mrs Jew., children of WihniAgtof, Hi. £ ed Sunday to the 80 fccfe fi they recently purchased andh cupied by irvin MarWfhSft " moved io a farm they fftitf near Fort Dodge. They HafVjg family of five sons and & d&ugl ter, J t Mr and" Mrs C. C. AnderW Blair, Neb., Visited Friday Sunday with her mother ahd ter, Mrs Olla Godfrey and Rubyf: Godfrey. ' t*&A Mr and Mrs Bill Wickett afti, Steven went Friday to Gee" Rapids for a weekend Visit w; her cousins the Frances PitlL_. Lynn and Bradley, Bigings attended a party at the Elttitf Wendt ^'ornfe at Bode Saturdi afterhooh ih honor of the eight' birthday Of their cousin, LorrM Wendt. ' ^ Mrs James Mallory went Des Moines^Friday for a wee! end visit With her sister, Mr Mrs Doug Eoyet and Becky. Mallory joined her for 1 the well end., Judith -Naffziger '-attd Schade attended a 4-H J meeting at the V.F.W. Hall itt gbna, Mdnday, Feb. 23. Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellari returned Sunday from a tyrti month winter vacation, spent. ; ih parts of Texas. ;t-«, Visitors with the Misses Lottie and Jennie 'Mason Sunday ,aftei> noon were their cousins, Mrs George Thompson , of 1 ted- yard. Goldie Gay Guess, teaching ;;ih Paullina school, visited her* par? ents, Mr and Mrs Elden Guess and Sunny over Sunday. Sunday guests were another daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Knight and childreti of Clear, Lake. ^' •- J Visitors Sunday In'the parental Cecil Baker home -,were their son, Mr and, Mrs Donald Baker, Buena' ' .Vista College, Storni Lake. ' •; . Mr and Mrs Harold,' Trauger and s6ns, and Mi 1 and Mrs Edward Hof visited the Home Show, in Des Moines Sunday. Mrs William Goetsoh returned to her home Wednesday ifrom Fort Do v dge Lutheran hospita where she was a "surgical" patiertt • Mr and Mrs' Lewis Petersen anc son Gordon of Waterloo visited over the weekend with her.moth!- er, , Mrs' Dor^ Ramus. X'They brought Mr,s> Ramus t hom^, after a visit with'them v r Mr, and/Mrs Da^yl Nielsen .and Kristi of Mason ".City visited his uncle and aunt, 9 Mr and.R^rs William Goetsch, Friday .afterf n6on. Mr and Mrs D9n Miller enter, taine,d their winter card club Sun? day evening. , High, Gordon Gre gory* Mrs Robert Will, low Ken neth Grein -and Mrs Gregory Bid nine, Mrs 'Grein and jtrave] Mrs Grein. n i, > f t Mrs 1 Hugh Shirk was.hostess-, the .Birthday Bridge club rie'sd'ay'evenhig,, 'At'plaj Mrs Duane Neal. The birthdays in January and February honor ed Mrs Phil C. Lichty, Mrs S. R Baker, Mrs Adam Zweifel and Mrs Harry Lichty., The J. J.^ Club were- guest Friday in the Hugh Shirk home Mrs Herman Schulz had the les son on Better. Schools. 500 was played followed by'refreshments JorhMfln, Mrs ties D6lttietPiabe.<* more 'is assistin In the home on were George > Mrs AJ. uivu ,twi, taittedh§#600to.'! ning with" <r and -Mrs;''' suesfes^ I»t- VlrS MillOrd x~iauic, ana n WcGuire &nd Mrs Raphael i Burt Couple v " , • .",-.,>. Portland — Friday guests fet the home of Mr and Mi's Charles, Phelps and'Mriand Mrs* Bernard, Phelps were Mrs Cora .Stow," Jay Graham aftd Mrs Hdzel, Cattfoll. Afternoon callers weret'Mr^ Max: Goldnian ' andr , -Jennifer," - $ 1 1 1 Sohram- and Forest 1 Willis,- and nine members of 'Mrs Charles Phelps' Sunday School class. Alsb Mrs Mervin Bristow and Paul 'of' Irvingtomand Dr. and Mrs Bahne Bahnson of Burt- Evenine callers were Mr and-Mrs Rollo Mo'ore, Mr and Mrs Leroy Phelps and boys, Mr Levant Mo6re*a'nd feirls and Leona.Haas. This was.alltin honor of Mr' and Mrs Charles i Phelps' 64th wedding anniversary.: Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone * and; Ricky, called* at the Rollo. Moore home at Ti tonka Tuesday evening. .- i i , , , • Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family called On 'the Arky Kelsons Sunday afternoon. ^A '" ,* \ Mr and Mrs', Floyd 'Duncan" of Fenton .were Sunday , guests x at the Harold Becker liome. 1 Marsha Shipler entertained the Portland (Pennies *4-H girls ait a ' ed at the Robert 'day afte'rnobft.v • &<• M - Mr and Mrs d U Itouhg at the Robert Kain hdm6 Sunday afternooh. ,'• *•.; ', « ' •„*, , . Mr, and Mrs" Wendell Cftttttefr een'and Mary w^reTSuiiday Attests at the Clarence Christensen home. Mr and Mrs Wilbur CkrMensen •and family, West, Concord) 'Miffh., 1 the IUO BuffingtOttS ahd Mrs", Emma Haagwefe also guests; all J*. honor of Carl CHristensfeh's 7th birthday. , •> > ; « ">•,-" • -Mrs Donald ''Rfogsdorf and' Mrs Henry RadmaKet- went io Des iMoines Monday rftorning' to ( visit rand Mrs" Gene'Ringsdorf and ofhUfAthe^ the.Ute'Dan^ surance buslnes* and lia* been associated With It since that time. Recently, he P urcha«ed .the Kosiuth County Credit Buresbahd operates thU firm .as welj. % <*fa "INSURE and BE SURE" FIRE < new grason. < «. (> - 1 Mr ,and,sMrs Ciair, Moore .and ' family'of .Dolliver'.were Sunday %iOMij«XRJU l LjUuOUUUtJUlJuU | lAHA ESI>"»«B«I ummummmmmmmmmmmmm SB' , '.'.. '' , t i , j. *i}.' < a. • .•-4. •• i .'..." '..', ~ - party Thursday 'evening. attending were Diane" Those Moore, Catherine Trunkhill^Iiinda Fairbanks, Sue RasmUssen,£ Dianna Miller, Janet, Mary, -Jane, Patty and Betty Lampe,,. "Korene and Judy Fitch;;' 'tfuests* -we're Nancy Becker, Diane Hoppus, Lana Cunningham, Fidelis-Dankbar, 'Shar-4 bn Eden, , Joan Cos^rove t and Margie Glabaugh. 'Games were ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner L. S. Muckey ith Mutual Insurance Assn The card iiarty held, in St. Joseph's school hall Sunday evening was well attended. Mr and Mrs Richard Thul received high prize and Mrs John Altaian and E. M. Gales received second high prizes in 500, Raymond Kohlhaas received plate prize. Mrs Henry Bormann, Mrs • E. J. Gales and Mrs Adeline .Wagner and: : their committee were in' charge • of arrangements. Mrs Bob Bormann is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital at Al- .gona, ; -. '.•.-..• -,:•'.' > . •'• Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas entered Mercy .hospital at Fort Dodge Monday. • .'•;: :^. ; Mrs Ralph Reding , and Mrs Bob Kayser, ,both surgical !f>&\- ients .in Mercy hospital at Eort Dodge, have returned homei The Catholic Daughters of America of West Bend -held organization and initiation March 1 with the following from St. Joseph's Court attending: Mary '* 6tf ACQUAINTED ' ,•* t Webb Gillespje say;: , MR. & MRS. FARMER /. "The GemJ of , the Poultry, Industry is ( GHOST : LEyf PEARL CHICKS; These chicks .are hatched at the Hamilton Hatchery and Produce at Wesley. Check with "Webb" in Algona or the "' LuVerne. store for details and prices' Hamilton Hatchery & Produce Algona — LuVerne—Wesley | LET'S GET ACQUAINTED I •Reproduced below, is an artist's conception of the CHRISCHILLES STORE sales organicitibn. Do you recognize them al\? Come in "and meet them personally -^, get acquainted with the friendliest; most coturieous and most accomodating group of •salesladies you've ever encountered in any retail store.'-They'are-here to serve you'—-to give you the best possible attention. Make it a special point to come into' the CHRISCHILLES'STORE .THIS WEEK, and ,meet these< charming ladies. (The meft-wm,be glad toseeyou, " " ' x ' >,.,,- LET'S GET ACQUAINTED WITH LLOYD a MUCKEY of the L, S. Muckey Plumbing and Hefting Firm of Algona •'' ' \' • The Muckey name has been a f am- iliar one in the plumbing and heat* ing business here for many years. It ha§ alwayg stood for dependable service, quality, equipment and rea« sonable prices. £ome in and get acquainted with Muckey's, this week if you have ,ii'ot already done so. For The Bssl Plumbing and Healing Service, Call CY 4-2104 LS. MUCKEY HEATING & PLUMBING T. H. Chrischilles- Ted Chrischilles V^\. ;Alene,' Hemphill, • " President; Sylvia Eden, (left) Vice Pres.: Victoria Rakow, (right) Florence Peterson Leola •Zeigler MUdred Hernon D ^^

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