by ONIITA DIOHIKSIN na Phone 29M40S 85th birthday. Other guests Mr* Arid Mft< Fffd Ff«e«e, were: Mrs. Albart Olson, Mrs. Ej Paso, Texas, arrived eitly Mrs. Clar- 'are included: Mihinesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. guest at the J. B. Asas. Art Spur, Shtrborn, visited Algona relatives on a day last week. Dr. and Mrt. I*. 0, Dorweiler returned Monday from Minneapolis where they had visited the former's brother, Harry Dorweiler. A North Iowa Conference Safari will be held a week from Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the Forest City Methodist Church, which is now being served by the Rev. and Mrs. Max Goldman, formerly of Titonka. It will be an all day meeting and many local WSCS members plan to attend. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knowlton, Litchfield, Minn., arrived Saturday and have been guests at the J. B. Asa home. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter were at Vermilli'cn, S. D., from Monday to Thursday of last week staying with their three granddaughters While the parents, Dr. and Mrs. Don Potter were in Des Moines for the area convention of the American Association lor Deficient Children. Mr. and Mrt. Dick Thore- hoft with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom plan to spend the coming weekend at LaCrosse, Wte., where they wilt be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones. Clarence Leroy Brunt wet baptized by the Rev. William Noland Sunday morning at First Methodist Church: The infant's father, also Clarence, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns of South Heckert and he left 'Monday to report at San Diego Naval Base where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrt. Frank Mouland Mike, Mr. and, Mrs. Moulton, Sr., and Mrs. R. O. Bju- strotn drove to Mankato on Sunday to visit the Kent 1m- merlalls, (Kay Moulton) and family. Mrt. Merle .Webster was hostess at a ''Coffee" on Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs. .Florence Macomber on her Charles Osborn, erica Henlges, Mrs. Ceiia peal, Mrs. Clark Godden, 'Mrs. EtlheJ Colwell, Mrs. Ethel Potter, Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. Clarence Macomber. Mr. and Mr*. E. L, Wolcott drove to Davenport to spend the weekend with her son, Frank Woods and family, and also her grandson's family. They left Friday afternoon planning to stop over enroll te. Mitt Marian Warner, e retired missionary who served on the field in India for many years, will speak at the Methodist church here on Friday evening, Oct. 20, at 7:30. She comes under hte auspices of the local Women's Society of Christian Service, but it is hoped that many this week for a visit with friends and are house guests of the C. R. Scnobys. Mr Freese, who is employed on a government project at White Sands, New Mexico, is on vacation. Mis wife is the former Beth Annis, who served as Algona Librarian for a number of years prior to her marriage. She was a guest Tuesday noon at the monthly luncheon meeting Of DAR. The Kenneth Potters, Ackley, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs' Carroll Potter and also visited the Gerald Colemans at Irvington. Some 180 visitors from North Central Presbyterial were here Tuesday, October 10, for an all day Workshop held at the Algona Presby- men, too, will wish to hear terian Church during which her, and people of other de- programs were planned for • ' 1968. Using the ~ nominations are also cordially invited to attend the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fraser came Friday from Minneapolis and spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick, his sisters, Mrs. William Dau, Jr., Mrs. E. E. Brandow, and their mother, Mrs. Mildred Fraser. Thank You... Our big "RCA Day" last Friday was a huge success and we'd like to thank the many, many folks who stopped in to see the new line of RCA Color TV, Stereos and radios. Two keys opened our Treasure Chsst and transistor radios were won by Rev. A. W. Nelson of Bancroft and Leonard Olson of Algona, who found the keys they used to open the chest wer2 lucky ones. In addition, Andrew Hansen of Algona had his name drawn from the registration box as another transistor winner. To those of you who didn't stop in, you are invited any time. Come in and see what is new for Color TV and Stereo this fall by RCA VICTOR, the most trusted nama in electronics. Tom's Radio & TV 5-3260 RCA VICTOR SALES A SERVICE ALGONA School Days" theme, sack lunches were prepared by women of the local church and contained hot cfhicken sandwiches in plastic bags, potato chips, carrot and celery sticks, cake. Coffee was also served. Mrs. Ann Hanson went to Mason City Friday and remained till Monday with her daughter's family, the M. Mortensons. Sunday she was ' present at the Confirmation Service at Trinity Lutheran Church in which her grandson, Todd was one of the class. Mrs. Twila Bartholomew accompanied by Mrs. Marie Lampright, Mrs. Alene Hemphill, and also Reba Ditsworth of Estherville, drove to the Mississippi on Thursday to see the fall coloring along the river. They stopped first at Little Brown Church and West Union, then drove to Lansing to spend the night. They crossed the new bridge there into Wisconsin and went to LaCrosse and on north to Red Wing, Minn., 'before turning back. They found beautiful weather and the fall coloring in its prime. Mrs. Kitty Phillips, Librarian, and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, a member of the Library Board, are in Milwaukee from Wednesday to Saturday of this week attending a Librarian's Convention. Four states Mr. and MM. Merle Web.. the Algona Garden Club ster left early Friday morn- met with Mrs. Frank Hofius ing on a weekend trip, re- on Monday of last week. Roll turning Sunday evening. call, answered by 22 mem- : They drove first to Fair- bets, was on the topic, "A bault, Minn., where they view- City Eyesore". Mayor Finn ed the beautiful Mum Gard- was a guest, talking on Civic ens and the Blanket factory. Improvement in Algona. From there they went to Red Plans were completed for the Wing, and south along the Garden, Club Flower Show river drive, gorgeous with which will be held on Wed- color to Wabasha, where they nesday, October 18, at Trin- spent the night. Saturday ity Lutheran Church. Exhibits morning they continued on will be open to the public at to Winona and drove to La- 1:30 and at 2 o'clock, an il- Crosse, Wis., in a heavy mist. lustrated talk will be given As they neared Dubuque, by Mrs. Alice Anderson, they saw hundreds of duck Laurens, who will use the hunters with many ducks and Holiday theme. There will be geese on the Mississippi, They an admission fee of 50 cents stopped at the cheese factory for visitors at the Show and in Ferryville, then continued refreshments will be served, on the Wisconsin side of the Mrs. Iris Hinton is Club pres- river to Dubuque. There they ident called on Rev. and Mrs. N. M. CougJienour with whom they Mrs. Duane Wheeler, Palm had a fine visit and were Desert, Calif., arrived at Fort given a tour of First Church. Dodge last Thursday evening Saturday night was spent at by plane and was met there Mt. Vernon with Mrs. Webby her mother, Mrs. J. H. ster's brother, EM Taylor, and Nielsen, and another daugh- his wife, where they remain- Robert Cappas, Ayrshire, were Sunday guests at Alvin Godfredson's. Shirley Sullivan,, daughter of the Francis-Sullivans, came from Sioux City, to spend" the Algeria (Iowa) Adv»rtc«— 3 weekend. She is a student at Briar CUff college. Buddy Poppy sales at Swea City grossed $91.78 this year. Carpet "Party-Clean" lout Wetting Algona, Iowa August is a vacation month, but if carpet cleaning is one of the jobs to be done, we have a suggestion, Wo recommend HOST, the new method of cleaning carpets without wetting. Use carpet immediately after cleaning. Borrow our remarkable HOST Electric Up-Brush. It's easy. Clean walk-areas—only $5.95. READ'S FURNITURE . Phone 295-2216 ter, Mrs. Florence Sorenson. Mrs. Wheeler spent a week here, returning home today. Mesdames Roy Christensen and Joel Herbst flew to Los Angeles last Saturday and are visiting their sister, Mrs. Mary P. Chubb at suburban Fountain Valley. There they were to be joined by the fourth sister, Madonna, Mrs. Roland White of Honolulu, in the first reunion they have 'had in several years. Mrs. White has been in Seattle, Wash., to attend the National convention of PEO as one of the delegates from Honolulu, and was to go into British Columbia for a few days before flying to California. The Algona women plan to be away for two weeks or more. During his wife's absence, Roy Christensen is spending some time with his son, Dr. Bob, and family at Carroll. AUTHOMIZEO DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION Come in and take a look at what a full-size luxury car really looks like. Chrysler makes no small, scaled- down versions. Here is a car that makes driving a real pleasure. And there are 15 different models to choose from. Don't settle for less than the best. Make your .move up to.the big one , . , the '68 Chrysler. TODAY! CHRYSLER '68 N«w Yorker 2-Door Hardtop Newport Custom 2-Door Hardtop C1DAA ed for Sunday dinner. (About Wz inches of rain fell Saturday in that area, in a three hour period.) After leaving Mt. Vernon they stopped at Marion to see two sisters of Merle, before continuing home, arriving here by early evening. SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongrestant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breath* easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out this ad — take to Honsbruch Drug in Algona. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12 Pack Free. HONSBRUCH DRUG — ALGONA Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mrs. John Thompson was hostess Monday morning to the Algona Federated Woman's Club, assisted by Flora Tiss and Mrs. Roy Adams. Theme of the morning was: Open the Door to Legislation, and each member answered roll call with a patriotic quotation. Mrs. L. L. Riter reported on United Nations and there was a display of U. N. Flags. Representative Karl 'Kiilsholm was guest speaker and talked on State Legisla : tion. Plans were made to attend the Sixth District meeting which will be held at Hum- toldt's Methodist Church next Monday, Oct. 16. Many of the local club members went to Forest City on Tuesday for a tour of the town's Industries sponsored by the Forest City Chamber of Commerce. Three especially chosen by the local group were: Winnebago Trailer Indus- itries; the Lamp and Lamp Shade Company, and Stitch- craft Corporation. Club women going from •here were: Mesdames Dale Struthers, Lyle Steele, J. A. Reid, Andrew Hansen, George Wolf, John Thomp- ron, J. B. Asa, R. O. Bjus- rtrom, Arthur Benschoter and Clara Amesbury. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich recently spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. Harry Nolte, then continued on east. They were to visit a brother of Mrs. Genrich, leave their car, and fly to Montreal for Expo. Plans are that they will stay longer with Algona friends enroute back •to California, arriving here sometime late next' week. The Laurel Petersons have their third daughter, Laura Jo, born at Fairmont hospital. Grandparents are tina R. E. Petersons, Swea City, and the Otto Falks, Spicer, Minn. The Raymond Pichts, Armstrong, and the Gordon Skhals, Minneapolis, visited the Wayne Pichts and Clyde Thaveses at Waverly Sunday. They were dinner guests at Howard Pichts's at Shell Rock. Her brother and family, the onversion* COLONIAL Kohl.r Fixtures Myer» Pump* R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodge Algona, Iowa p hot ,,, 395.3234 PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 S. 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