The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 8
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Burial was at her former home in Lansing. M* tad Mn as guests Sunday their sort-in- law aftd daughter Mr find Mrs Burtofi Varcoe,, ahd farftiiy, of Emmetsburg, .. „ > Mr and MM JU Agifta wftre Visited from Wednesday till Saturday by the Itstter's sister Mrs Don Steiert, Bon, Janice and Marilyn, of Toledo. Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman went to Des Moines MOhday and the former entered the Veterans hospital. He, has been In pec.? 1 health for some time. Mr and Mr* Paul Schneider were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs George Simons, Bill and David, of Johet, 111. Mrs Melvin Bay and daughter Sandra were at Northfield, Minn., last week and visited St Olpf college. It is possible Sandra will matriculate there next fall. Mr and Mrs Earl Snyder spent the weekend at Elmore, with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Gene Kelley. Mrs Snyder also spent some time with Mrs Arnold Aatnodt, mother of Mrs A. B. Oakland. ^ ffoli Afldttien ii ift Dodge to be near her mother Susan BicVer, of Elma who pftfient at Mercy' ittgcfttcfl* dltloft four weeks and there very little hope for he? Cheri Boockholi ha* b«*n dli. missed from Metey son City, and is convalesciflg home. Sh ••A California Ranch Curtains ^ the light touch of crisp "easy- 1. Valance 54" x 11",' ,cach. $1.98 care" Dacron* trimmed with .rib-' 2. 24" lower Dutch Curtain, pair. $3.79 bons of sparkling color, to bring 30^ v lower Dutch Curtain, pair. $3.89 "Spring-fresh" beauty to your home. 36^- lower Dutch Curtain, pair. $ 3 [ 98 Styled in sizes you may combine 3i 3 ^ u pper Sash Curtain to fit any window. Require, only ' S?,fe Salh Curtuin P*- «.8«, a qfuick sudsing and a mmnmmi with bow, p a i r $593 of care to % stay beautiful Comes in colors: . PINK"- NUTMEG - AQUA - YELLOW Introducing the revolutionary PRE-HUNG 1" ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR 1—Prehung—Install In minutes 2—Predrilled and prenotched 3—"Trouble Free" Full length ex. truded hinge—nylon bearings A —Exclusive "clamp on" pneumatic closer 5—Triple seal glass Inserts—with vinyl to absorb shock 6—Full weatherstripping 7—Vinyl bottom sweep—built-in adjustment 8r-"Pushbutton" Insert changing 9—Complete! — latch, .pneumatic closer and storm chain . . ... finish—possible only with finest aluminum "DO IT YOURSELF' Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed Door assembly ready for Installation Installation completed—In minute* »pf \ •£'../''-c\ i; ^^Vifev;--v; w- t ... 4P& & ,46 If^il^^^ ^t-ibwA KIT. :1t'i* .*.-., vfK'VV"?- • "'". je is improving fi"Slft.thl nervous condition for which Shi was receiving treatment but wiu not return to School for a llttlt while. , 4 Mrs L. E. Linnan drove to Fott Dodge Tuesday to bring home Mrs Lucille Zerfass who haS been in Mercy hospital following a fall in her home in Which She suffered a brokefr hip. Mrs Sadie Hopkins is with Mrs Zerfar during her convalesence. -. Mr and Mrt Harry Qretataig have returned from a two week vacation in the west. They were accompanied by Mrs Greenberg'g' brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Jerry Friedell. of Minneapolis. Minn. Among the places visited were Palm Springs and Los Angeles, Calif., Las Vegas,' NeV.» Coulee Dam, the Grand,Canyoh and other points in the 'i&utH* West. * ' , ' ' T i- Mrs Twyllah Bartholomew left a week ago last Wednesday, for Laurens where she visited friends from there wfcht.t»fes*e!ft*, es %herfejhe ^|ited Jfe ftlihl! Brdwli t »tr ««d Mrl fttid ms LW, • «Ti«tnders6li is tnW i«iy«:«, v»cuutc» :i^ l^ellefldorl, ftietft of MHjEUmHfr. ^|,«>mew. At ^Grtntt, /jatfm Iff~ Visited Mf arid Mfs • ;1fafiJ former residents here. HarrietClarke Graveside Rites Graveside rites lor" Harriet Clarke, 80 r of Chieagd will.be held here at Riverview cemetery at 2 p.tn. today ^Thursday)* Re¥, Baustaift of the St. ..Thomas Episcopal church will officiate and McCullough's Funeral Chapel Is in charge of arrangemertts; Miss Clarke, daughter Of Ella Algona Blackford, first wMte child born in Algona, was born and raised here and later served as a teacher in Chicago schools prior to her retirement: She never married. "She is survived- by a sister, Elizabeth , Harned of Arlington Height*, lu\ s .Another sister, Dorothy Cl&rke, preceded her in death three.years ago. - r Get Diplomas , •'ftM«ll "• *«- *•**. ., 1 . '^t> 4 J. *fc,!Ji &IA'. "L y .r%' .i wilh > a bariaaet at the Algotia h%h School ArtneX for taelfiberjf TOpBMdillft. 1»4: thelt g-uestA, menibefs of the ChaTtibef of 6<Mme?et; Monday A t(^6f'ft'ttMlt&to pleted the IQiweek* ettening were'awarded tlielf f ' aif-9 •**«* TT*^»**W** ^"jTTZTjr -*_-*• »***A ** rdfta WtlSfif^^ ^ ^ / : rhas during the &r6grarii, which followed the* dinhgr. featured speaker was 'Loren Hickerson, director of the Aliilhfti .Association of the.tMtfersit^pf towa, O, W. Sefrit, locaf Vocational agriculture .instructor, ig director of the school each: year* Mem* bers of the advisory council fit the present time are £oe Be5ch» flugh Black, Floyd Bode,, Charles Dearchs, Glenn Gabrieisort) Er* vin 'Gerbet-j Ronald Getber r Al' fcert Johnson, Edgar Keith, ftoS' doe Mawdsley, Kent Seely and Joe Skow, Cdfrler Meeting Held , Ringsted —i The Emmet Rural Ex-Resident Dies / *?- , . i , ' w,«' iT ,t v sih H r *.! »• ",'••' ?.'> 'fettli —'Mrs George Mantis received word Sunday of the death of a cotislri, Iraia Davisdh, 60, of Wautfoflu • She -died Sunday ift a hospital there following 'head in* Julie's from a'fair on the lee Fri- -irma was the youngest ter of -Mr and -Mrs ,Wdll Davlson, borA -ih 18&9 at Burt and graduated from Burt high School in; 1817.. -She attended Iowa Statf College and af tef graduation wai a Home Economics . Instructor',,^ Sioux Hatoids,* Dayton, - Alph and Waukon. She had been Alia rflakee Cpuhtjr ' extension home ecpnbinist'the'past .four years and? Frank of Des ' Moines, 'S sifter ' Carrier Association met at the^ Ednajri Calif omia^'anU an aunt, ',<'< .-"r:>rti". ' > *• » f 'j(*> ' ? , *R ** T 4 ADVERTISED IN i * N ' "^ "r^~" "~~,_ •x '-' - P*53j . ,'- .1*1 \''* .?., V j - a -«' ' - '-/ P& -, •.,?, - >*, ii. . .' •Y MOINES ING For Your Best Dressed Easter......... And After 3 PRICES TO FIT ANY BUDGET When ithe'weather can't make up its mind) during Spring's early days, its time to step forth in a new ''mid-weight" suit from the Hub. This year our suitmakers have turned out .these midweights in smartly finished worsteds, flannels, hopsacking weaves, and tweeds. Following the fashion, most colors are in the medium tones, with patterns that are neat and subdued.* Whatever .y;our taste, you'll find- just the suit for you in the Hub's big new scoring selection. Styled right ..... priced right! ' , VAN HEUSEN Dress Shirts Wash-N-Wear Vantage dress shirts by Van Heusen guarantee that •'dressed-right" appearance, on Easter morn or any other morn. „You'll be 4 sure to want the shirt that gives you trim perfection ih the necktie zone. Mom loves them, too, because they are a breeze to care for. - . \ , $4.00 WEMBLEY Neckwear / ' Neckwear for Spring '59 is, colorful, but distinguished, and our maker, Wembley, has been famous year after year for producing patterns that lead their field. Whether you are choosing new neckties'to go with a new suit or to liven up an old one, Wembley neckwear is what you will want. $1.50 MCGREGOR sport shirts No matter how you like to wear your sport shirt, tucked^ inside the slacks or flying freely outside, you'll look right this season in your selection from the Hub. Stripes, plaids, checks, from the palest tints to th,e deepest midnight shades. 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