The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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- fiflg A 'J-K •jff^i .&!•.* and MM en aney re turned • Buhday ffm< Bubuciue Wti§e ffltai&ad .agent left- das MtK tyUrgefl-ih-law afld Ba >Rev; arid fylts Robfett and Mary , , Mulehifts, daughter ^utehins, Algdna, was recently initiated into Delta Zeta, gdbial sorority, at Dfakfe Utiivers- it&'Mitt Hutching a freshman, is niajoring in v6ide in "the Drake college of fine arts. 1 • Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen and the;lattef*s parents Mr and Mrs Sam 1 Baylor 'vtere dinner guests of 1 , Joe DaUghart and children neaY Garner Sunday. Mr Daugh^art's late' wife was a daughter Jof Mr 'and Mrs Baylor. '4 Mr and Mrs John Helmers had ras',- 'dinner "guests Sunday, their 3j6ons»in-lawT-"and daughters Mr ".arid 'Mrs Virgil Wilschusen t Lou jAriny Linda, Larry and Leslie? of ;Fort Dodge and, Mr and Mrs Rob ert Carlson, Robbie and Roger. I Marie Obe, former teacher 'here, now living at Fort Dodge, ,-was visiting friends here over the rw&ekend. v " Meeting , Sunday for ,'dinner and supper were Mr and ''Mrs Marc Moore, "Hattie Wilson "and LaVerne Johnsdn at the apartment of the' Misses Wilson and Johnson. • • , David Merryman has completed a 'course in the National Guard artillery and missiles scrool at Fort Sill, Okla., and is now employed here with the highway •VP^ HfefU. SSlh AntU* Wfr afld wer'f .the'h- al.ft family of theit £on, beft <Jtt theli niversary. at home* i*« „„ fearl AnUktee ft?-, jtafr **& jftofcr^l^t, D tit V Aigona,; A dsiifftfefi si filbert Sunday ,,6 Jiaitip id, fil- their Iftd Mrs Muff,'and ftjflW of r and Mrs Jfames B&ser p? WIHnebago, Minn. ftot presinl, , Dale Larimer was .the honored guest Sunday evening 'at «. dinner .in the home of hi£ ni.oAher, Mr and Mrs Deari' Bowman. Guests were his sister, Mytna Larimer, his firandfuthe'r, Fr6d W. Hinz, aunts, 'Mr and Mrs Cecil Williams of Algona, Mr and Mrs George Studer t MI* and Mrn Earl • T. Johns and family and cousins, Mr and Mrs Robert.fcliel- son. Dale and his friend, Ronald Zwiefel, son of Mr anq Mrs Adam F. Zweifbl,. leave April 19 for service at Fort Leonard E wood, Mo. •' ' ' Margoi Stampka has been confined in bed at the home «rf het parents, Mr and Mrs John Stamp- i since Thursday. i Mrs Eli Bftjer entertained her card club Tuesday. At play ligrt, Mrs Fraftk Qfonbach and low, Mrs Chfttfea Hinz, Mrs Phil C. Lich'ty and her son Robert Wermfrfsen Were Sunday visitors in Marshalltown. They visited thft twin bro|h«rs of Mrs Liehly, Carrol); • and ! Haf6ld Burtis. Carroll is a patient in the Veterans' hospital there, Mr and Mrs Qttq Rarnus were Sunday dinner guests in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall nnd family in Algona. ; Mrs Jessie Stanford: visited Friday to Sunday In Ellsworth with her daughter, Romohn, the feobby Caudle family. Mrs Josephine Will of Fairmont, Minn, visited her .'sister, •Mrs Gptlicb Hahselman Saturday to Monday. ' Visitors Saturday evbning in the Wilson Lcgler home were their son, the W, Raymond Log- lor family and Mr and Mrs -Terry Mitchell of Ronwiclc. Th.o oc- cusic3i\ was the birthday of M W. Raymond Leglor. . Dale Larimer and Ronald Zweifel were weekend visitors in Des Moines. Dale visited his father Mr and Mrs Harold Larimer imc Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelfti were Sunday guesrts with thftlf son, Mr nnd Mrsi Ix«efli Wilhelm et Ames. Sunday dlnncf gue-aC in the Ervin Bnrton Iiomc was Ed Scho&nwetter of Gnrnor. Miss Verna Pnrks of Osage was ttn over Sunday guest itl the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Edward Dehncrt, Sunday nfternoon callers in the Mrs Marie Stoddard homts Were her daughter, Mr and Mrs ftobcrt Wilson nnd childrtm ot JlUtland, Mr and Mrs Eli ttnger were in Mason City where Mr Bager had n clicck-up following his recent surgery ui the Mercy hospital, Edward Dehncrt had a physical examination the past week at the Veterans hospital, Des Mohics. He will return tor surgery. • Mrs Wihna Tk-dc of Fairmont Minn, was a weekend visiloi with her brother, the Lawrence Miller family and called on former friends, Mrs Harry Nnffziger and Mrs Burlis De Nio attended n Spring Workshop for loaders of Girls 44 clubs, Thursday in tho Algona Hotel. Thursday, April 1^ TfS? '/////Hwr///mmr^^^^ Ji/it A«iivt0 ; STRAWBERRIES AT SPECIAL PRICES _* June Bearing Dunlap — 25 lor $1.25; 50 for $1,9|r 100 lor $2.9S 5-vflr BedHn« Superfdction — 25 for $1.95; 50 for $3.00; 100 for $4.95 Patonfod Rfed fikh In potj - 12 for $1.95 25 for $S.OO; 100 for $15.60 HERE ARE THE WINDERS OF PRIZES DURING Ot ^RAND OPENING LA4T WEEKENDS CharUs Kuchyrtka. Algona — Midget Dusief Mrs Alva Kahler, Burt — Fertilizer Mrs William Watklns, Alsfona — S5 Nursery Stock Duncan's Garden Center Located !'/< mile E. and 169 and 18 N. of AlQona, </a Mile N. of junction of highways Iowa. Phone CY 4-4813 .commission. He and his wife and > family live" on east Lucas street. ' David is a son of Mr and Mrs JV'I. Merryman.. O Mrs Tilla McCall sold her ^lo'us'e on East State 1 street to Dr. William , Clegg. who , will iake possession JUnell. Dr. * Clegg 4s a chiropractor and will'remodel the first' floor into offices. He and '.h'is wife, ''the former' Maxirie Gibson, will occupy the second floor as a residence,, Mr and Mrs Newton Hieter had as' T guests Sunday ",the' .former's N nephew and family;{Mr s and Mrs . 'Lyle Hieter,' Debbie and Patty, of'Emmetsburg and Lyle's mpther . Mrs' Lela Hieter,' of Livermore. 'The elder Mrs Hieter spends the winters here with Mrs Alice Clayton and then goes to her home in Livermore for the summer. ' Mr and Mrs Sam Medin who Mr and Mrs Richard Kirchnev are shown, after their Wedding April 11 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, whittemore. The bride is the former, Shirley Dau. A complete wedding story appears in section 3 of this weeks Algona -Upper Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio photo; Algona Upper Des Moines Engraving). , have been spending the winter at Forest City,, are now at Whittemore for a visit of'a-week with their son -Russell and family. From there they will go to their cottage at Woman Lake, Minn., for,the summer. Friends of the Medins have a farm in Forest City which" they manage while the owners winter in Florida. Former Resident Of LuVerne, 92, Rites Friday LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner & Mrs Clara Baumgartner attended the funeral oi Fred's half sister, ' Mrs Katie Walkner Powers, 92, at Mason City, Friday afternoon; T-he Walk- ,ner family farmed for years, east of LuVerne, then moved to a farm near Thompson, Iowa. Cemetery Society The Cemetery Society met Thursday in the LuVerne town hall with hostesses, Mrs Ralph T. Davidson and Mrs Mabel Thompson. Mrs Henry Pergande presided. • . Is Class Hostess Miss Luella Blumer was hostess to the Comradd 'Sunday School Class Thursday evening Ten members -and one guest, Mrs George Schnetzer present. Lesson study was given by Kenneth Marty. The entertainment was in charge of Mr and Mrs Edwin AT THE EAST-END \x Buy 'Em Off The Truck and Save I RED PONT [ ACS IRISH COBBLERS BLISS TRIUMPH PER 100 IBS. 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Candy Stripe Bath Towels One Table of Washable Fabrics Values io $1.19 in ginghams, nylon prints, lino cottons. 20 x 40 Covered Footstools Candy Striped Sheet Blanket 70 x 90 size, with satin binding. With .Wrought Iron Legs. Buy Several — They'll Stack. Asst, Colors. Foam Rubber Sofa Pillows Covered in lush drapery fabrics. ;Square shapes, some with center buttons. ' pf 100% Fine Quality Cotton' 9x12 Costume Jewelry Earrings, pins, bracelets, and othjr items. Regular $1.00 values. Boys'Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Non'Skid backs. In 6 Colors. New Spring, wash-n-wear 50c 646. •j^lPlIP , i <™> ^j, •i! s«»» T V. Q \£ h TL Special BqsemtnJ $ a rgain$ j- 5 Clearance of odds and ends, discontinued Jjnes from, throwgh' put the store, W0 n 4srfwl fear $-'--- '- —•• kind merchandise, ejq. You'll ^ Prjces-OppcJ 9 a.m. ' '-s,4,v

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