The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1967 · Page 9
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10—Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, March 9, 1967 MR. AND MRS. William Nugent, well-known former Al- gonans who have lived at Des Moines many years are at Excelsior Springs, Mo. for a few weeks. They will also go to Kansas City to visit their son Jack and family. MRS. FRANCES Moe has been visited by her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley, Strand, Dl., and Stanley Gerber, Chatworth, El. MR. AND MRS. Wayne Bell and daughter, Belmond, and Gertie Oetkins, Mason City, spent Friday here with Mrs. Frances Moe. W^ ^ ^ -^ T T T COME TO EMMETSBURG'S ST. PAT'S f '• CELEBRATION FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 17 & 18 Glamorous Miss Shamrock Pageant "Beauty and Talent Contest, with over 20 reigning Beauty queens on parade. Friday, March 17th, 7:30 P.M. at Corrigan Hall. Admission: Adults - $1.25 - Children - $1.00. • Fabulous St. Patrick's Parade Over 100 Entries Saturday, March 18th, 1:30 P.M. •• JoAnn Castle & Joe Feeney Show In Person: Direct from Lawrence Welk TV Show Two Performances March 18th, 7 P.M. & 9 P.M. Admission - $3.00 Write or Phone 852-3838 - TICKETS ON SALE AT TALL PAUL'S « HONSBRUCH'S RUSK DRUG • KENNEDY'S (Bancroft) MR. AND MRS. John Thuente will be visited from Thursday till Tuesday by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Sanguin, Susan and John, Cherokee. PHIL, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor, spent his quarter break with his parents. He is attending Iowa State University at Ames. MRS. MABEL Livingston has entered the hospital at Phoenix, Ariz., again for a little further treatment. MRS. "BUD" Peterson, Mrs. Rose Sabin, Mrs. Harold Opheim and son James spent Monday at Fort Dodge. MRS. FLOYD Turner and her daughters, Mrs. Ruby Walton and Mrs. Mar jorie Apple, Des Moines were called to Sheldon last Friday. Cornelius De Kruif, 50, husband of Mrs. Turner's third daughter, Pauline, had suffered a severe heart attack and was immediately hospitalized. MRS. RONALD Taylor spent Tuesday at Mason City with friends. MR. AND MRS. M. L. Vander Waal were visited Sunday by their sister-in-law, Mrs. Lester Landhuis, Sheldon. Monday, Mr. VanderWaal took Mrs. Landhuis to Iowa City for a check-up at University hospital. MR. AND MRS. James Walker had as dinner guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meyers and five children of Waterloo. Monday, the Walkers had as dinner guests Mrs. Florence Dumas, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Olson, International Falls, Minn., Mrs. Nora Garner, Burt, and Mrs. Nettie Fisher of the Good Samaritan Home 2. Mrs. Fisher is mother of Mrs. Garner and Mr. Walker. MR. AND MRS. Jim Walker had Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hanson pf.,Lone Rock as Saturday evening guests. MR. AND MRS. Forest Hanifan, Knoxville, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Kate Wegener. Mrs. Hanifan is a graddaughter of Mrs. Wegener. MR. AND MRS. Ben Wibben went to Britt Monday to see the latter's father, Nels Godfredson, who is in the hospital there. MRS, MABEL Samson was taken to St. Ann hospital Friday. She is a resident at Good Samaritan Home 2. It is expected she will be there only a short time. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell were at Mason City Sunday to see their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lasshan who left Monday to make their home in Saginaw, Mich. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit were recently visited a day by Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. H. Mor- llng, Emmetsburg. MR. AND MRS. JohnSchimmel were pleasantly surprised Saturday evening, when their son, Jerry and family, arrived from Aberdeen, So. Dak. Jerry is manager of the S & L store there. Mr. and Mrs. Schlmmel and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schimmel and family visited the Dyrl Jones family at Laurens, Sunday. Dyrl is son-in-law of the elder Schimmels and was home over the weekend, he is a patient of Veterans hospital at Des Moines and has been hospitalized since last August with rhumatoid arthritis. ALBERT PSOTKA, Duncan, has made an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. James Utt and family. He has now gone to Gladbrook to be with a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Psotka. The Utts have gone to Colorado Springs for a visit of a week with Mr. Utfs brother, Ross and family. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby returned late Sunday from a 4,000 mile trip to Bentley, Alberta, Can., called there by the death of Mrs. Nasby's sister, Mrs. Hans Ree, 52, who had surgery not long ago. MR. AND MRS. Ed Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mowers and Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Harmes left Monday for a vacation in Mexico City and will be gone a few weeks. They flew from Des Moines Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. Dean Taylor had as recent guests the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zielske, Lake Mills. MR. AND MRS. Larry Kees have returned from Columbia, Mo., where they visited their daughter Pamela, a student at Christian college. This is her freshman year. MR. AND MRS. E. C. McMahon went to' California via plane last week and will be gone a couple of weeks. MRS. MILT ON Dahl was visited Monday by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Laidley, Rowan. MR. AND MRS. Don Trupke and Mr. and Mrs. James Hinton attended the concert Sunday and then had dinner together at the Holiday Inn, Fort Dodge. MRS. FRANK Vera, who was hospitalized at Phoenix, Ariz., where she had gone to spend a few months with her son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson, was dismissed some time ago and Is recovering nicely from a heart attack. If her doctors will permit, she plans to visit an aunt in Texas before returning home about April 1. MRS. GLENN Strayer made a business trip to Omaha and also went to Sallna, Kan. to see her sister, Mrs. CloyTripp, who suffered a broken hip and is hospitalized. She also went to Amarillo, Tex., and visited her son Dick and family, and in Oklahoma City, she also transacted business. She had not been home long till she fell on the stairs and received multiple injuries to her back and legs and is now on crutches. DR. HAROLD Erickson is attending an educational seminar of the Southwest Contact Lense Society at the Las Vegas convention center this week. 15 to enter kindergarten at Lu- Verne Community School. 0 t ^0 M ^ tt ^ll0 M ^H0M0*&x^v^M^*t&*&r*&™4r*^'*<S™<r*G^^'™^'^r'*cr'^r'*cs™*r'^r'**s-"*r'^s''^r"*s-"*r'-^s-'~ Record Spec/afs The from & B Music Store - 1 FREE 45 WITH THE PURCHASE OF 10'45's and 1 FREE ALBUM WITH THE PURCHASE OF 10 ALBUMS Choose your Records from the most complete selection in the entire area, including the top Hits in 45's. Also both 45's and Albums in the latest pop music, Religious, Country & Western, Jazz, Instrumental Vocal, Children's Records ond Broadway Hits. REGISTER HERE For 5 Valuable Prizes to be given away Friday, March 17 At the Teen Dance sponsored by J & B Music Store, Friday, March 17, at the VFW in Algona 1. BEDELL DOUBLE PICK UP ELECTRIC GUfTAR 2 &EDELI HOLLOW BODY STUDENT GUITAR 3. KECORD ALBUM 4. K&CQK& At&UM 5. KECOKD ALBUM REGISTRATION SLIP Name Address Phone Deposit In Oui Siore Not Later Than 5 P.M., March 17. IlRVINGTONl i i m By Marguerite Hayes i REPAIR AND RE-COVER ALL CAR, TRUCK OR FARM TRAC- TOR SEATS. MERHILL MUELLER PHONE 295-5996 ALGONA, IA. (19 & 21) J & B MUSIC STORE Sfott JOHN SENN & BOB RUSSELL Algona Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole arrived home Sunday after spending a few weeks in Saratoga, Calif., at the home of their daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Bird and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Elbert attended a surprise birthday dinner Sunday for his mother Johanna Elbert In Algona. All of her family were there and each brought a gift and items for the dinner. Shane and Steven Ludwig spent the past weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker. Their folks, the Gary Ludwigs, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arend were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parrel at Sioux City. Dennis Davis is now employed at East Moline, El., at carpenter work with a contractor the re. LuVerne K-Garten The meeting for parents who have children starting to kindergarten at LuVerne next fall will be held Monday evening, March 20, 1967 in the school lunch room at 7:30 p. m. It is requested that at least one parent be in attendance at this meeting il they plan to start the child to kindergarten next fall. Prior to the meeting, the child should be given a physical and dental check. A child must be five years of age on or before Sept. FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3112 Mode O' Day LADIES' APPAREL SHOP Franchise Now Available IN ALGONA LADIES, would you Ilka to own your own apparal ihop, haaulifully dato- •Had ind tomplataly (ixlurliad? 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