The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 6
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'y*. 4 f ' , AptH 3d, ?F. ^.?t", - £ R Jv.P E .S *'VWiy I -.ftEB Luncheon Hostess Mrs Cec-il Taylnr will entertain m€>mber? of the African Violet Society of Spencor aJ a one o'clock luncheon May 6. Naomi Circle , The Naomi circle met last week Thursday afternoon with Mrs H. S, Montgomery. She was assisted by Mrs Edna Harr and Mrs Rosa Jones. Ninth Birihday Mrs Rex Voyles gave a party Monday after school for her son Stephen whose ninth birthday was b(.-ing celebrated. Guests were Larry Baldus. Bill Bull, Don Hagen. Bill La t son. Max Laird. Bill Peterson, , Ciaig Taylor, Larry Taylor, and Gerald Wittkopf. Mrs Kate Wegenef observed & birthday anniversary A6«l J16 ahd had as guests at & ax o'clock dinner Mrs Max Bast, Mrs Hilda Ort>nwall, Mrs Amanda Johnson, Mrs A. A. Kading, Mrs Anna Nelson, Mrs Christine Sfrongbefg, Mrs Freda Steussey, and Mrs Ida Zumach. The evening, was spent at Canasta and prizes wer£ Won by Mrs Zumach, high, and Mfs Steussey Mrs Ben Wibben entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays of her husband and daughter Kathleen. Guests were Mrs Mervin Johnsort. Douglas and Lewis and Cecil Godfredson, of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Ed Godfredson, Sandra arid Eugene and Mrs Nels Godfredson, of Bancroft. Fertilizer Bulk Spreading OR FERTILIZER IN BAGS IF YOU PREFER! Mr aftd Mrs _ tained At it faaiily in l.ondf <jf t«fe^ „ of their daughter Debbie, tendance were the' grandmother Mrs Mild. Mr and Mrs Doti»l*rice,i6f Sit City, and Mr end 1Mb Al Rochleay and family, Mr aft ~ Price scent the' weekeM with Mrs Price's ffldtrre*- Pulz. ' . - . lr*ittgf oft Hdmamakati' f '• The Irvingtori MbiHemak Club met April 15 at the ho of Mabel Hargraves with Mildred Browit assisting. Joart Mains, fa a new club member. -• ," A discussion was held on gkra- en ing. * J The atititial picnic will belietd, at Erma Benschotfer's. Leol4 Han> soft, arid Yvonne Sehmitt had li* surprise number consisting of spelling different flowers', v -rlu The May meeting will be Held at Alvera Haas with Augusta Schultz assisting. ' " . g£' Frances Capesius 'showed pie* tures of their trip to Mexico iCty* SOMWds Usher In Rise Act Now Before Planting Time We Have 10-10-10, 5-20-20,> 0-20-20, 0-20-10; 0-20-0 For Immediate For FREE Soil Sample Call CY 4-2701 Collect Delivery Algona Flour & Co v Tuesday's high winds, 'which .t times hit 50 miles' per- hour^ ailed to bring Anything to-this irea except dusl and left Kossuth county badly m,need ; ;of lots of rnoi&ture. , ' , ' ',; ^ According to ; figures : from- Weatherman»Wayne ^ohnsic ' " he Algona airport, a trace O" was registered -.Monday,' evening, but it failed to hit even 1/100 s of an inch so was no help, at all. The 1.63 inch of rain that'was recorded during-'the"previous " -wreek (April 15-22) has .been more than used up by the unusually /windy weather. • ' ' High temperature reading dur ing the. period 'was 75 'degrees Friday, while the low was 35 degrees three different! mornings ' The* week's readings: •tn,, • '*- H- .,L ; R April 23 67 ' iril,2<L'-__. 75 5J.1 70 16..: 56 April 27 54 April 28 68 . April 29 _'— ; It Is possible, the winds may deliver some moisture yet*— at least everyone hopes so "— "and soon. ,L 36 35 35' 39 39' 35 '42 Tr LOVES BEST! AT GRAHAM'S MOST WELCOME BUDGET PRICES Give Graham HOSIERY! > t 1 Our New- 'STUNNING STEMS'--"" Extra Sheer — Extra Flattering .. .*•; 1.00 MOM will 'like 'Stunning' Stems' nylons — they flatter legs-. Seams ot seamless, medium and long lengths, newest shades. Give A Gift From GRAHAM'S Colorful Gift Towel Sets ..: • $2.98 Fancy Print Luncheon Cloths $2.98 to $3.98 Damask Dinner Cloth, 6 Napkins $4.98 Fieldcrest & Bates'Bedspreads $5.98 to $16.98 Famous Scanton Lace Tablecloths $6.98 to $9.98 Mothers Love ACCESSORIES (Like These).,. t • \ ' '. PERKY SUMMER GLOVES in stretchy knit J suede fabric, nylon.. While - * ~ & colors 1.00 to 1.98 Give Graham LINGERIE! With the Famous LORRAINE Label LORRAINE SLIPS of rayon or driP-dry batiste, in sheer white, lovely nylon trim, shadow panel . , , . the handsomest slip you can select Q« AQ for Mom QOi«IO LORRAINE GOWNS is shimmering lustrous white rayon —- $2.98 and $3.98. Lorraine Gowns of Drip-dry batiste, sanforized We'll Gift-Wrap Your Mother's Day NO CHARGE Gift — COSTUME JEWELBY in pure white and flashing pastel shades . . . everything! Pins, necklaces, bracelets, Q | f)f| ear rings IpliUU, Daughter, Swea Pioneers, Dies ' daughter of one of Kossuth county's original settlers died Tuesday at the Iowa Lutheran home at Madrid. • ( ,< , •.< , ' Mrs Oscar L. Thoreson, 75, died after a lingering illness. She had oeen a widow for about six years., Mrs Thoreson was born Benaj Samuelson April 30, 1884 in Swea Zity. Her parents were s,ettlers{ tife're in the, group brought byf frpt. Jensen jn 'the 1870's. { Mrs Thoi'eson was married Dec.* 25, 1906 in Swea City. i The Thoreson farm is on theT site of the estate built by Capt.', Jensen. Her home was among the; three on the land, which current-i ly is operated by sons Cecil and? Orville, potato farmers. | Funeral services will be at 2 ! p.m. . Friday 'at the Lutheran^ church 'here, the 'Rev. LerQy ,Till-' man officiating. ' Burial will be in the Zion Lutheran cemetery. Surviving besides her sons are three daughters, Mrs Mareta Causlin of Maunee, Ohio; Mrs Helen Grace of Des Moines and Mrs Mildred Urdjevich of Council Bluffs, There are 11 grandchildren. FANCY SUMMER HANDBAGS in. crisp novelty straws, simu. lated leathers, in . .summer white and a host -, 1.00 lc 2.98 k\, I'm, t' ,", •• "fcffiiiAikiwt < ,t. GIFT SHOP (Downstairs at Graham's) Everything in sparkling fresh new gifts for Mother . . , everything from, bath hampers and luggage tp glass sets- and brassware, from cookie jars and dinner, ware to plaques* and planters! Come downstairs at Graham's and find a host of wonderful Mom's Day gift ideas! DYO Awards To Academy Pupils St.'Cecelia's Academy students received D.Y.O. awards Sunday at St, Edmond's church'at Fort' Dodge. The Rt.' Rev. Joseph? Mueller, Bishop of the Sioux City'Diocese, made the presentai. tions. / f Music awards went to Loretta Hall who had received a Superiov rating for a piano solo; the Junior-Senior boy's octette; the Sophomore boy's triple trio and the,Senior girls' triple trio. ,\ Jane Nelson received an awar^' for taking-"third place in the dioi* cesan poster contest. Teresa Brad?, ley received first place in the diocese with" her essay and Kathy* Prothman's award was -for receiving a 1 rating in radio speaking. Mark Seeley received an award • for placing on the FirsV All-Diocesan team as guard. , ; , 2 Fire Calls . Here, Past Week The Algona fire department was called, twice during the week. A minor blaze discovered in a shed at the city dump was extinguished at 9 a.m, Tuesday with Jittle damage reported, and a gasoline fire at Cook's Radiator Repair on South Phillips street resulted in an estimated $200 damage late Friday after,, noon, April 2$. ' >j - At Cook's the gasoline was being used to clean the,floor. A' heater ignited the gas fumes and gas, spreading flames throughout the workshop rapidly. • Windows m the puilding were cracked try $he Iwat from the fire which was .under control when firemen arrived. : 1;» ?«J f » (i\ ^, ^'v \"',^{ fi ; " ' * ' *, \» s> , ?>V'-'.y:'], v ^f', T J-' r ? ••'•,;; '.-!/:-";t- :'t^ .".-;• "• tf '.- •.-',•; • A-r*" 1 ^^ '-% "f: ;?» f ,'<' * ' <• / ,f, »,.,- /•-, *"-,-. -^ *St;, -i, v - t ••< -,. ' . -if. i v A r?-, , . ' i- *-,,,,'' ' - -. t'< 4 -, ' ' .-K.DJ .i'i),>'* 1 , '•"> r • , *v •'•» , ^,. l '*-"<f -.. • ,.* - i***:l"- * '. ' ' ' , '? *•.; '*-. ct •;.„• f^ih-^ -' • , ' ,< 4~ i.j,.- .' <* . \ V- \i. • '' ' l~ ^ v - r «" i S- «-, .' • *i, '- \' f y VV;-v'v,^v l '^V^ '^ ^ ,>"^V'f r ^;* - '-• • •'• * x-;rv ^,^^'€^8 iflkiliiif&iiatflriiMi^"^^"™^^^ •^^^^•^•••••^ ^^^SSS^^^A^^^£BSB^SSS^^^S!S^ES«!mSSSSS!^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ki i!$- r f n^l «'* DEL PACK SEEDLESS ...... i Lb. Pkg. 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