The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
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yjtfpptr ftes Mofog* tfruftcfay, Qd. 1, 19S9 Harold rtratitt and Mrs George iff. » .. Music Boosters Name Officers AfSweaCify Swea City — The Swea City Music Boosters met Sept. 21 at the school. The officers for the coming year president, Mrs Mar^ cil Hurlburt; vice president, Mrs Harvey Hubhard; secretary and treasurer, Mrs Walter Peterson; the committee chairmen will be. band uniform, Mrs Hairy Lund: robes. Mrs Lynn Pulver; menu, Mrs Clarence Gardner. The executive board will be Mrs Harvey -Hubbard, Mrs Walter Peterson, Mrs Clarence Gardner, Mrs Marvin Simonsmeier, Mrs Harvey C. Larson, Mrs Lynn Pulver and Mrs Mancil Hurlburt. It was decided to have the first pop concert Nov. 10. The Boosters will serve a lunch following the concert. A plate supper will be held the night of the school carnival Nov. 13. Mrs-V. E. Hazelhoff and Mrs Tom Barnes served the lunch to the (Music Boosters and teachers following the meeting. The Jr. MYF of the Swea City Methodist church held a scavenger hunt Sept. 23. Following the hunt the members met at the church for a goulash Supper served by Mrs Henry Eggerth and Mrs Orpha Briggs. Mrs hi-neighbor By Clair Blossom SHOPPING CENTERS Shopping centers have sprung up acros the country in response to a real need. In 1950 there were fewer than 100. Now there are well over 2000 in n u m b er, with many more planned. These well* d e s igned c e n lets iasi-growing suburbs, and they have also begun io replace the old haphazard business sections of towns, and event of large: cities where extensive redevelopment plans are under way. ' People all over are responding to a real need, that is, the necessary insurance'for their individual requirements. See us about yours now. Blossom Insurance Agency, 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. Harrier assisted. Rev. and Mrs W: A. Farmer were guests. Dr. i. A. Sanftner, Swea City veterinary, is moving his office into the former Conrad Linde business property which he recently purchased. The Community Cleaners pick up station will occupy the north half of the building and Dr. Sanftner will use the other half, Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz entertained the Krantz families of Titonka Saturday evening to honor their daughter Marlou on her birthday. Sunday, Mrs Ann Fechner, Mrs John Falk and the Robert Carrs of Algona were guests at the Krantz home for Marlou'? birthday. The Frank Sanftners visited at the Robert Holm's Thursday evening. The George K. Nelsons visited at the Oscar Linde home Sunday evening. The Myron Bakers of Fairmont and the Ole Ravns wore Sunday guests of Mrs Grace Baker. The Sr. MYF of the Swea City Methodist church met at the Wayne Thompson home Sunday evening with Jerry as host. The Jr. MYF met at the Mancil Hurl- bttrt's, their son Tommy was host. • Portland Twp. By Mrs* Victor Fitch Mrs Lawrence Govern visited Mrs Hubert Govern at Ledyard Thursday. Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow of Bancroft were Sunday guests at the P. W. Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Ernest ;Raney"o£ Livermore were Sunday ., callers at the Ray Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern atteri'ded a birthday dinner honoring Vincent Govern and Mrs Milton Farrow Sunday -at the Milton Farrow home. ...,.., Lai-ry Dreyer, who is working at New Hampton, came home to spend the weekend with .his mother, Mrs Marie Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdbii and Gary of Des Moines came Tuesday evening find visited the Henry Radmaker and Donald Ringsdorf homes. ** Mr and Mrs Melvin fietgerud and Mr and Mrs Albert Bergerud of Fergus Falls, Minn, visited Friday and Saturday at the Goodwyn Bergeruds. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and Jim visited at the Guy Dimond home in Britt Saturday, 'Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger and . boys were guests at the Victor | Fitch home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps went to Clarence Thursday where they attended the Farm Progress show. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson", Kevin and Holly and Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky went to Carpenter Thursday to visit the Lowell Jasper family and see the new baby girl, born Sept. 17. Mr and Mrs Jay Steven and Jean were Friday evening visU tors at the P. W. Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Kenneth Trenary, Mrs Ralph Dugan and Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary went to Rochester Friday, where they visited Mrs Tom Trenary* Mrs Trenary was released from the hospital, Thursday. 'Mr and Mrs Chris Christensen of Osakis, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Emil Pearson visited Thursday evening at the Tom Tfenary home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tiegan, Mainerd and Sandra of Stewartville, Minn, and Adeline Krueger of Rochester were Sunday guests at the Paul Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky visited at the Verle Nelson home, Sunday afternoon. Other visitors at the Verle Nelson home were the George Boeckelmans and Clarence Ackermans. ' Mrs Ray Fitch drove to Britt Sunday morning where she accompanied Mr and Mrs Leo Clark to Webster City where they all visited the Floyd Clarks. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern visited Mr and Mrs Mike Muldoon at Eagle Lake, Minn. Eriday. "If you,find life is empty, try putting something into it." • - . ;..:,•:• . .;.• Madonna Glsfch; Is NdviHate-i -i K At * Last year the fuel, industry increased its newspaper advertising by 3.1 per cent over the previous year. • "Exclusive Scales Franchise Available For five counties in nortK west Iowa. Only $3,000 capital investment required with 'in yearly earning potential of $10,00 to $15,000. per year. Will-have exclusive distribution rights for WYNN'S FRICTION PROOFING farm products. A world wide company w^ith number 1 acceptance in it's field. Executive experience with., a sales background is helpful since you will be expected to. hire supervisors and salesmen in this area with a potential of 10 full time men. We train you for thlsVpositjon. Dembhstration equipment is available f8r thb purpose of proving bur nationally advertised claim of 10% 'fuel savings and 10% increase in power for farm equipment. Write Broadbent bistributmg Co., Mason City, Iowa, for an interview," l (39-40) Jane ffelson, memfcer 6i the • I6S9 class of St. Cecelia entered the novitiate o$ the Sisters of the Presentation, Otibb- que, Sept. 8. Jane 5$ the dati*- ghter of Mr and/Mrs Charles Nelson, Corwith, and a ' fneiftber of St. Benedict parish. (t£DM Eft* graving) ' - " ..... - ......... . ... ..j.. tt '- k.*,> Cfesco Chums A meeting of the Creseb^iShufm was held at the hbnie of Jeanne and Sheila FridereS; Tnetdsfi Thilges resigned, and Mrs <3ef ber resigned as assistant Igidfer The election of new ofiicerS^ct the coming' year was held. -The results were: president, Jeafirie Frideres; vice president, Rosemary Gisch; secretary, Carolyn Rochleau; treasurer, Ann Smith; historian, Lucille Gade; reporter t A complete new line of economy cars in the low-price field! TWO OftEAT CARS DODGE DART * New '60 DODGE Lunch at Masonic Temple Band Festival Day SATURDAY, OCT. 3 10 A.M.-2 P.M. - 4i30-7 P.M. Beefburgers, Soup, Pie, Cake; Coffee, Milk EASTERN STAR Virginia «Gisch recreation fcn*L Deal and. Sheila ibrarian, • M ihfe ? ffew lirifilU! ttftt ^t-M^lTiii^-^ £J^,M^Mi«g.J^^ 6ti, aftfe ttflfe &«& 6 : Harnes, •county extension oirgctoft ; Phone CY 4*3535 - Your 2-CYCLE LAUNDROMAT UdfldromM ii t Wiitlnitiouit rutittrU Vidimiri automate prdatan fo* wash to silks and other fine fabric*. , * Separate frt-tet program - , ' for regular and heavily •oiled fabric*! ' •• DANCE TO Whoopee John Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, Oct. 9 "~ . * , » " ii , ! • Sud« W Water Saw-lav* .up i B ^., of water and halt the detergent per load! • Three math te«tp«ra<uf«t—ihdudihg I iwi • Automatic Liiit E/edor—cleans itself.' ' ? -*,No trape ,o» Alters to dean! i" „,; 5 • WeighJo-Savt Door— weigfasTyoui 1 clothes lik« ' a scale, metlsurea water to fit site of load, : •'; • ChoottrN-Changt Color Door Panels in all SolQtt' »nd wood tohes to match your 4 kitchen. ," . T •QUIPMINf MATCHING ELECTRIC DRYER , ' 'ft wear, air fluff, regular beat and • low heat • Inttallt anywJun— pluga into any >, ordinary appliance outlet • Direct air flov~2Q% faater, 209 coolee vou am M SUM... ff rrtWesti n0house I? i ' ' C^« ' " * ifcf*' WATCH "WroUiGHQUtt UtCILU BMl>MSi ABNAZ SHOWS" caS.TV MONDAYS 1 ^ .WASHING ACTION , Multi-speed; Revolving Agitator changes speed ; constantly to separata, •clothes and get them . cleaner than ever. AUTOMATIC LINT EJECTOR f weeps out every tract oT lint and tcunC N» traps or filter! to dean.' MSI MNAZ SHOWS" MS-TV MOKDAYS.I : . fi'-*' I.'* 'fi;'?", i'. -.'•! {-• *i. i- iance K>5W«<KW««*»SSS^iiiWK^«^^^ Welcome Bands... Band Festival! -t'. best buys for you! Whatever you do, you can't *? ' • do without sweaters. And who would want< to, with so many wonderful sweater styles & colors, here at practical, \ best buy pricesl Make your Fall Selections now . . . Use our handy lay- a-way plan to hold the 1 sweaters of your choice . ... • Woo! & mohair shaggy long sleeve pullovers, crew or boat neck , . . mix-match colors. 34-40 • Beautifully styled bylkies In woof or orlon , , C whito and colors, Cardigans & slip-on$. 9 f Wonderful classics, both cardigans and slipfons, all colorf «nd sizes. Vw ,.^.,,^-, ' UP UP The skirts you want are herel 5.98 to 9.98 Now is the perfect time to choose your Fall skirts from our complete stock of hundreds! Vibrant new blanket ploitfe, muted tone checks and plaids, dyed^-match flon. nels pnd tweeds ,, .they're nil here and just the righMtyles f?r yey| q om e j n yoii'II W slod yew dldl ,,,

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