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* 2—Algona (la.) Upper Des MoinM Thursday, May 18, 1967 Many Weekend Visitors In LuVerne Homes LUVER.VE - Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston had as guests her two daughters, Doris and Beulah, Des Moines, for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers of Corwith were hosts at a Motlter's Day dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard, Wesley, Debbie Glawe, Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers arid Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and family. Chris Nygaard, Wesley, and Micke> Erpelding were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson entertained at a Mother's Day dinner Sunda;>. Guests were Gordon Davidson and LuAnri, Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston and Delores, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson and Cathi of Adel. Mrs. Lf-na Hinz, Hertiert and Fninci's Hinz were Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Hinz's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Ft. Dodge. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Joe Uriderberg and Dean. Mrs. Underberg is a sister of Mrs. Hinz. Mr. and Mrs. Albert WilJielm, LuVerne, were hosts Sunday to a pot-luck dinner in honor of Mother's Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larson, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wil- helrn and family, Belmond, Mr. and Mrs. Burnis Wilhelm, Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Lewellyn Hippen and family, Thor, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Day and family, llumljoldt, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Wilhelm and family, Boone, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wilhelm ajid family, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elbert and family were guests for dinner at Mr. and Mrs. George Davis', Humboldt. Mrs. Davis is a sister of Mr. Elbert. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elbert and family, LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elbert entertained Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hefti for Mother's Day at a six o'clock dinner. LIVESTOCK SELF- TREATING, STATIONS ^ superior , 10 / ordinary . J oilers Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Joe) Henderson were hosts Sunday to a Mother's Day dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. ClifRlchard- son, LuVerne, Mr. ajid Mrs. Francis McVay and Ricky, Algona, and Minnie Henderson, Ln- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Denns Stoll of Eagle Grove were hosts at a dinner for Mrs. Stoll's birthday and Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber were hosts Sunday for a Mother's Day dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wet«r, Mrs. Claretta Wigans and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Clancy, Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Swanson and family entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson in honor of Mother's Dav Sunday. Paul Jon Putnam, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam, Algona, was baptized in the Algona Methodist church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Goetsch of LuVerne attended the services and were guests of Die I>utfiarns for dinner. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Darel Putnam, Ponca, Nebr., parents of Jon Putnam, and Mrs. Lonnie Book, So. Sioux City, Nebr., sister of Jon. Mrs. Jon Putnam is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Goetsch. AfternoorTgdests in the Jon Putnam home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Du.uie Riley and David. - o Emma Marty was admitted to Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, Friday afternoon as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Marty called on Emma Marty in Lutheran hospital Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marty and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartwig, Ft, Dodge, Sunday. The Hartwigs are parents of Mrs. Marty. They went to help Mr. Hartwig celebrate his birthday and for Mauler's Day. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Lichty of Mason City came to spend Mauler's Day with his moUier, Mrs. Faye Lichty. Later in the day, Harold Lichty of Idaho Falls, Idaho, called by phone. Ed Dehnert, who lias been spending the winter wiUi his children in Denver, Colo, and California, came Friday for a visit in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jergensen were hosts Sunday at a Mother's Day dinner. Guests were parents of Mr. Jergensen, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bastian, Vincent, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson, Des Moines, and families. Guests in the Jess Jercensen home Frida;. were Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bastian, Mr. and Mrs. Ho-.v- ard Lars"h, DCS Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Jergensen, Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ha urn- gartner -Aere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wauie Sanford in honor of Mother's Day. Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford, was also home for the weekend. She v.orks for Liter- state Power, Mason City. Hh'/la Burtis, Sioux Falls, S.D., came for an extended visit with her son, Durwood Burtis, LuVerne. Durwood is presently working in LaCrosse, Wise. He was home (or the weekend. Howard Boy or, U'aukee, came Tuesda;. to .;et Mrs. Alma Madden. Mr. and Mrs. Boyer and fa mil;, brought her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory entertained Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer and family and Mrs. Alma Madden at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor of Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zwiefel, Moline, m., were weekend guests of Mr. Zwiefel's mother, Mrs. Laura Zwiefel. St. Joe Folks Guests, Mothers Day Dinner ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds of Algona entertained on Sunday in observance of MoUiers Day and to celebrate the birthday of their daughter Debbie on her third birthday and Uieir sonMurl on his second birthday. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Koh- Ihaas, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and family. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dodds and daughters from Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Mike, Centerville. - o - Mrs. Tony Becker, a surgical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy- Walline Of LuVerne Is Engaged To Wed LUVERNE - Sandra Walline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walline of LuVerne, and James S. Cook, senior at Iowa State University, are planning a June 3 wedding. It will take place in Uie Collegiate Presbyterian church, Ames, at 8 p. in. Sandra U'alline and JamesCook were weekend guests at the home of Sandra's parents in LuVerne. Hospital in Fort Dodge the past several weeks came home the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding spent Saturday night and Sunday at Uie home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine and David at Jefferson, South Dakoka. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer, Raymond and Ann spent Sunday at Uie home of a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kramer and family at Owattonnq, Minn, and with an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer and other relatives at Waseca, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Altman and family had as visitors in their home last week Mr. and Mrs, Robert Huguenin, Blane, Scott and Rick, Spokane, Wash., and Mrs. Byron Hoppee, Karl, Melody and Selena, St. Marie, Idaho. Mrs. Huguenin and Mrs. Hoppee are sisters of Mrs. Altman, daughters of Archie Biettner of Fort Dodge with a family dinner held there in the Altman home on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brofer, Gregg and Laurie, Tempe, Ariz., are visitors here in Uie home of Mrs. Brofer's sparents, Mr. and KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY - ALGONA STOCKMEN AGREE: PAMLINE EQUIPMENT IS FAR SUPERIOR, ^ YET COSTS NO MORE. CLEANS BETTER THAN STEAM t MODEL 820 A MUST FOR STOCK MEN Model 200 - services up to 150 head - 2S-g.il. t.uxk P/16 inch cable. Pistou pump sub-merged in oil iu the bottom. Model 150 and 160 - same rugged design - 14 - gal, tank- serves up to 100 head. Model 140 - services up to 100 head - 12 g.il. uiik same rugged features. Model 125 HOC OILER - 10 - gal. i.uik - lundios 200 head. 500 IBS. PRESSURE BLASTS OFF GRIME, DIRT AND GREASE Tills, high pressure .-pr.n er brings the convenience 01 .1 c.ir washer to the larm and makes it aort.iblo - 20 - gal. Fiber- glaj- t.uik - High-Pro pump IT cojiieur'.ited cleaning solution*, uisiinlcctunts -insecticides. KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY ALGONA, IOWA 210 A Face treater' Mineral feeder Rugged complete swivel - tofglly automatic! ! ! ! ! Mrs. George Wagner and other relatives and friends. The Bro- fers arrived on Sunday May 14th at the home of Mr. Brofers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Fort Dodge to help them observe their 49th wedding anniversary and Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner v.ere Sunday afternoon visitors i:i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Fort Dodge. Connie Sinmvell, Des Moines spent Mother's Day weekend here iii the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinmvell. John Duboski Has Leg Amputated At Vets Hospital mVINGTON - John Duboski is a patient at Veterans Hospital at Des Moines. He has had his right leg amputated below the knee. Due to poor circulation fur a length of time, he had developed infection which required the surgery. He is doing well and later on will be fitted with an artifical foot and leg. - o - Mrs. Estella Selp Is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. She is recovering satisfactorily after having gall stones removed. Mrs. Vernon Klein and daughter visited her Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Mrs. Gerald Coleman is expected home the early part of tills week having gone through the clinic at University Hospital, Iowa City. Baccalaureate, Commencement Set, LuVerne LUVERNE -The baccalaureate service for the class of 1967 of the LuVerne High School will be held Sunday evening, May 21, at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. Rev. R. T. Mueller of the Zion Lutheran church will give the baccalaureate sermon and have charge of the service. Commencement exercises will be held Tuesday evening, May 23, at 8 p. m. Dr. Robert J. Tollefson from Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, will give the address. Bonanza Days Gilmore City, Iowa, will once again hold their annual Bonanza Days Celebration. The throe days beginning June 29 through July 1st are packed full of bigger and letter attractions than ever before. The Barnes Cham- pionship Rodeo will headline this grand galary of events. OFFK'F SUPPLIES ~ Business forms, office furniture, filing rqiiipmrnt and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. across from new Municipal parking lot. # # * # # # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * # # * # * NOW IS THE TIME FOR PLANTING COMPLETE SUPPLY OF — TOMATO PLANTS-CABBAGE PLANTS- ONION SETS- SWEET SPANISH PEPPER & EGG PLANTS FLOWERS PETUNIA • ASTERS - SNAP DRAGONS - MARIGOLD • PANSIES - GERANIUMS - TUBEURES BEGONIAS - ETC. # * * * * * SPECIAL HARDY MUM PLANTS 3 FOR $1.00 # # # * # * # * # * * * * * •* * SEEDS- FERTILIZERS -PEAT ROSE-SPRAY - GARDEN DUST COME DOWN AND SEE THEM GROWING IN OUR GREENHOUSES ALGONA GREENHOUSES "HUENHOLD'S FINE FLOWERS" * # * * & NO PEEL - NO BLISTER Don't Miss This AMAZING DEMONSTRATION The Bliiter Box See why Dovii Holcf-Tifa Home Paint it truly the "No- Peel — No Bliiter" Hou»« Paint. Your local Davis Paint Store has arranged a a*ro> malic demonstration to show you how Hold-Tite prevenll blistering and peeling. no peel house paint Using laboratory equipment in an "in-store" demonstration, a Davis factory representative will ihow how Hold-Tile House Point does indeed hold light, while a conventional house point peels, blisters and spots from moisture. Both paint products arc subjected lo the same extreme heat and steam treatment. See for yourself how only Hold- Tite House Paint slays bright without peeling and blistering. (Hold-Tite pro- tects (he surface up to 8 yean when applied at directed.) Visit SAJTER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE Friday Si -.,| Saturday. May 19 - 20 and ask to see the "blisttr-hox" demonstration on Hold-Titt "No Peel—No Bli-u.-" House Paint. \OU ON SALE lor s«.i«» a gallon USE Hold'Tite AND PAINT WHEN you PLEASE Paint m sunny weather or even when surface is damp after a rain. USE Hold»Tite AND CLEAN UP WITH WATER Plain water cleans brushes, rollers, other equipment in a jiffy. Hold»Tite WHITE is REALLY "WHITE" En;o> the v.hitest" white there is with this white paint that stays white. Hold'Tite COLONS STAY BRIGHT Choose from level, ne,s colors that stay bright and clear year after year. Hold'Tite DRIES EXTRA FAST Ones ;n min.tes—ramprocf No Sjrface mars from bugs, leaves, dust. Hold'Tite ELIMINATES CHALK-WASH STAINS No ncre unsignti) chalking" of bra, masonry—these stains are gone forever Hpld'Tite RESISTS FUMES AND MILDEW Withstands fumes and mildew—your paint job retains its lasting beauty. Hold»Tite is ALKALI PROOF Perfect to use on concrete or stucco surfaces. no blister SNOW WHITE Hold-Tile Vinyl Latex House Palm Now-saie Priced ai a saving ol 22.5% Regular $7.99 Gallon CO NO 1 ors igher ran White You Save $ P a Gallon 3 E. STATE Soiter's Davis Paint Store ALGONA

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