The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1967 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 18, 1967
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1 - T • «I-M-JK—fcJb*«»«JU^ ocict-y PLAYED 500 Mrs. Harold Hobson was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o - ATTENDS SHOWER Mrs. Elmer Jasperson attended a miscellaneous showere Friday evening at Buffalo Center for her niece, Kathy Ites, whose marriage to Kenyon Gabrielson of Sexton will take place April 28 at Buffalo Center. The bride-elect is employed at St. Ann and the groom-elect will be leaving soon for National Guard duty in Missouri. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. Cecil McGinnis is entertaining her sewing club Tuesday. FRIENDS VISIT Mrs. Camilla Engstrom was visited last Tuesday by friends from Wesley. In the group were Mrs. Fred Seefeld, Mrs. Ellen Eden, Mrs. Clint Eden, Mrs. Leon Gardner and Anna Nelson, Algona. The time was spent socially and lunch was served. Mrs. Engstrom was hostess to the Jolly Dozen club Wednesday. - o ATTEND DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller spent the weekend at Des Moines where Mr. Miller transacted business. Saturday evening the Ford Company gave a dinner at the Savery Hotel for the men and their wives who had met from various areas. - o MR. AND MRS. Warren Bow- ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY LAST WEEK of Anniversary WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' SNUB-TOE OXFORD, REG. 2.99 WOMEN'S AND GIRLS' UCE-AROUND, REG. 3.9.9 MEN'S AND BOYS' LOW-CUT OXFORD, REG. 3.99 LITTLE BOYS' CAP-TOE OXFORD, REG. 2.99 MEN'S AND BOYS' HIGH-CUT OXFORD, REG. 3.99 Our own family casuals reduced thru Saturday only! REG. 2.99 PR NOW REG. 3.99 PR NOW FOR $ FOR $< Penney's own casuals priced for terrific savings! Machine-washable cotton duck or Kodel® polyester- rayon uppers on bouncy rubber soles . . . Sanitized® for hygienic freshness! Many with cushioned innersoles and correct-balance arches for proper support. CHARGE IT! OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 » •____ — «___ ••••••••••••••••••••HM man went to Ottumwa Sunday to see the latter's mother, Mrs. Lonnle Salisbury, who had recent surgery and is convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Hauck. Mrs. Bowman and Mrs. Hauck are sisters. MRS. ELMER KELLEY has had word from Mrs. Jack Kelley that her great-granddaughter, 12, died recently. The cldld has not been in good health the past six years. Mrs. Jack Kelley will be remembered Irere as Laura Adams. Both Kelley brothers are deceased; Jack a few years ago, and Elmer recently. MRS. DELBERT MOORE went to Sioux Falls, S. D. last Wednesday to see her husband at the hospital where he has been several months following multiple injuries in an auto accident. Sunday she went again, accompanied by Mrs. Paul Schneider and Mrs. August Schmidt, mother of Mr. Moore. He has now been fitted with back and leg braces and is able to get around with crutches. As soon as he is able to get up and down stairs, for which he is receiving instructions and aid, he will be able to come home. Later, he plans to attend a school of rehabilitation when he decides on what work he would like most. GEORGE YEOMAN had surgery last Monday at St. Ann hospital. It is expected he will be dismissed later this week. MR. AND MRS. Duane Schnell have received word from Mrs. Lee Hatcher of Humboldt that the son, Jerry, 23, has been killed in Viet Nam. His brother, William, who is also in service there, will accompany the body home. No time has been set for services. The father, Lee Hatcher, was in service in World War n and was with the Marines. Jerry suffered a minor injury shortly before the fatal one and had passed his birthday very shortly before his death. MR. AND MRS. Vern Evans entertained at a family dinner Sunday, nieces and nephews from Slayton, Minn. Among the group were also their daughter, Mrs. Velma Conlon, Humboldt, Mrs. Clara Bearinger, sister of Mrs. Evans, Waverly, Kans., and a nephew from Jefferson with whom Mrs. Bearinger returned for a visit before returning to her home. KATHY DARBYSHIRE was home last week from Cedar Falls where she attends college and spent the time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. RobertDarbyshire. Luncheons and dinners were held April 17 - 18 at the Country Club by Mrs. Julian Chrischilles, Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. W. A. Hall, Mrs. Murray Mowers, Mrs. Joe Lynch Sr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Orton and family, who have been farming near Pocahontas, have moved to a farm near Marshalltown. MR. AND MRS. Otto Engstrom and Betty Ann returned Thursday from a visit of a month at Houston, Tex. with their son Howard and family. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley were visited over the weekend by their son, Howard Jr., who came from Muscatine where he had been on business. He and his family live at Austin, Tex. MR. AND MRS. Max Miller had as weekend guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hardgrove, Toledo. They were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove and also saw other relatives here. Tuesday, April 18, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—5 MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis are home from a two week fishing trip at Rogers,. Ark. They report an excellent catch. En- route home they stopped at Joplin, Mo. to visit Mrs. Lewis' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and at Monet, Mo. they visited her mother, Mrs. A. H. Montgomery. R. A. JOHNSTON has returned from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he \v;is treated for stomach ulcers. He is greatly improved but lias retired from work. REV. AND MRS. Billy Goodpasture have teen visited since last week by Rev. and Mrs. Tom Bailey, Tony and Tammy, Indianapolis, hid., who left Friday. Rev. Bailey is a nephew of Mrs. Goodpasture. MR. AND MRS. Paul Puffer had as supper guests Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John Puffer and daughter Jane, Corwith. AFTER TWO YEARS in Weis- baden, Germany.-Mr. and Mrs. Roger Slagle are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle. They will go from here to Travis Air Base near Sacramento, Calif, after a few weeks here. Had they been in southern Germany they would have found it enjoyable as to climate, but where they were stationed, in the northern part, it was disagreeably cold and damp. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" a e 8 Ba'B nnnninnyirgBara'a«rn»imaBn NANCV FROCK Made to Wear Anywhere JUST $5.98 • Deep Hems • Full Cut • Misses ft Half • 12-20 A 12Vt.24Vz All New Selection See Now at Elite Hat Shop 204 E. STATE ALGONA A « P B 9 Q fl P 0 fl Q g 0 a Q Q • 0 0 o o Q o on o op o o o o n q f SPRING TIRE SALE! ATLAS TIRES Ir mils 3,000 miles further... THE ROUND TIRE We Don't Sell The Most Tires But We Sure Sell Our Share 30% Of All Replacement Tires Sold Across The Nation Last Year Were Atlas CHECK OUR CARLOAD PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY Every Tire Is Guaranteed In Writing By Standard Oil. You Expect More From Standard And You Get It! CHUCK BEHR STANDARD SERVICE Free Pickup and Delivery ALGONA EASY TERMS We Give Gift House Stamps

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