The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 19, 1967
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MOONLITE MADNESS BARGAINS Algona (la.) Upper Oes Motne«-3 Tuesday, Sepf. 19, 1967 inintinninnii pper Dfes Moinesj nuiimmmiiiniii SHOWER HONORS Karen and Marcia Lieband Patty, Pam and Mark Pedersen as they SOCIETY NEWS ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Pete Halsrud and Mrs. Dennis Eller attended a prenuptial shower Sept. 3 at Bancroft, given by Mrs. Ed Marlowe for Sharon Derrick of Ft. Dodge. The wedding of Sharon to Dennis Ramus took place Sept. 9 at Fort Dodge. In attendance from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken and Mrs. Pete Halsrud. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Vincent Bernardo is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday evening, Sept. 20. - o - PLAY 500 Mrs. Milton Dahl will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening, Sept. 20. - o - FAMILY PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan entertained at a family picnic last Sunday at the Ambrose Call State Park. Families in attendance were the Dr. Koobs, James Kolps, Rex Taylors and Ted Herbsts. - o - TWO WINNERS Mrs. M.R. Baldwin entertained her bridge club Tuesday. High score prize was won by Mrs. Charles Behr and low went to Mrs. William Studer. - o - CLUB HOSTESSES Mrs. Paul Richardson recently entertained her birthday club. Mrs. Nels Anderson will entertain her bridge club Sept. 19. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer and family attended a family dinner Sunday at Mrs. Edna Fowler's," Humboldt. The birthdays of Marcy Meyer, 5 and Missy Fowler, 1, were being observed. - o - HOST COFFEE Mrs. Merle Webster and Mrs. Ethel Colwell entertained at a coffee Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Webster were at Mason City Sunday to attend a birthday dinner at Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae's for Dr. William Halverson of Madelia, Minn. Dr. Halverson is nephew of the Websters. - o - PARTY HOSTESSES Mrs. J. B. Harris, Mrs. J. K. Lytle, Mrs. Joseph Rooney, Mrs. Frank Rueb, Mrs. Hal Long, Mrs. John Shaw, Mrs. Larry Knoll and Mrs. Ralph Bauer are entertaining at a brunch and dinner at the Country Club Monday forenoon and evening. - o - DAUGHTER BAPTIZED Laurel Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller, was baptized Sept. 10 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, withMsgr. P.P. Gearen officiating. Sponsors were Clarence Miller and Mary Kay Miller. A dinner followed at the'Walter Boeckholthome. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. David Weber, Marsha Curtis, Van Provencher and Jim Hickey. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter (Bud) Boeckholt and paternal grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Joe Miller. Laurel Ann was born Aug. 30 at Hancock Memorial Hospital, Britt, and weighed 8 Ibs., 4 oz. The new father is in Vietnam at present. - o - ROUND ROBIN Play will begin in October in the St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary bridge round robin. It will continue through May, with play held once each month, except for December. Deadline for teams to enter is Sept. 20. Anyone wishing complete information on round robin play should contact Mrs. John Shaw or Mrs. Ed Adams, Algona. HONOR PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and David entertained in honor of Mrs. Riley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Spirit Lake, at a surprise open house Sept. 10 in the Riley home. The occasion was the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Goetsch. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. James Doak and Nita, Ogden; Mr. and Mrs. Don Behnkendorf and family, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kraft, Dakota City; Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCrady, Callendar; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiley and Melissa, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Fred Merkle, Mrs. Wilma Baskerville, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk, Royal; Mr.and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, Mrs. Jon Putnam and Paul, Mrs. Helen Wichtendahl, Mrs. Brady Rovn, Mrs. Harold Sabin and Mr. and Mrs. William Funk. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch cut the cake, Mrs. Ronald Kraft served punch, and Mrs. Riley poured coffee. The anniversary cake was made by Mrs. Funk and Mrs. Kiley. Saturday evening, Sept. 2, Mr. and Mrs. Riley entertained, at dinner at the Gingham Inn at Spirit Lake, another observance of the Goetsch's anniversary. Guests were the attendants at the wedding and included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goetsch of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cummins, Columbus, Ohio. The guests remained over the weekend at the Riley-Goetsch cabin on West Okoboji. At this time, Bill Burt was a guest of David Riley. - o - COFFEE HOSTESS Mrs. Elgin Allen entertained at a coffee Wednesday for the wives of the five new teachers and faculty wives and children. - o - BIRTHDAY DINNER A dinner was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sabin's in observance of the birthday of Mrs. Rose Sabin. Present were Messrs and Mesdames Rex Swanson; Harold Campney, Arnolds Park; Harold Opheim, Whittemore; and Earl Rich. Friday evening, a miscellaneous shower was pven in honor of Lucille Gade. Sheryl Lit!' registered the guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Donald Erickson, Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt, Mrs. Arnold Gade, Mrs. Lorenz Gade, Mrs. William Gade, Mrs. Ted Meier, Mrs. Tom Dnnphy, Mrs. Elvin Steenhard, Mrs. Uuane Lieb, Mrs. Gerald Pedersen, Mrs. Ralph Wieckmann, Mrs. Darwin Leek, Mrs. Rudy Williett, Mrs. Victor Rochleau, Mrs. Bert Olson, Mrs. Howard Lony; and Mrs. Art Leek. Mrs. Duane Lieb -,-ave tho program and accompanied Lucille's nieces and nephews, Sheryl, Mrs. Gerald Pedersen gave the history of the bride-to-be. A reading "Dreaming" was given by Mrs. Rudy Willrett. Lucille unwrapped her gifts while court whist was played. Mrs. Wittkopf won high and Mrs. Lydia Wichtendahl won low. Door prize was won by Mrs. James Bierstedt. Lucille will become the bride of Allan Bonde Sept. 17 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DES MOLNES PUB. 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Reg, $8.75 NOW 9 p. m. to c c ( t c c I' ( ( i ( ( ( ( t t Durable, non-slip gloves, S • M • L RUBBER GLOVES Reg. $1.39 NOW 98* • t • c • i Baby Party Plastic, long-lasting BABY PANTS '/sOff 1 il*********************** *******' r************ ; Rusk Drug & Jewelry ALCONA, IA. fc*»****************************** 11 p. m. WILD PRICES-SAVE UP TO 70% WEDNESDAY Sofa Pillows I Odd Table Lamps LUXURIOUS COLORS VALUES TO $4.98 BEDROOM or BATHROOM Nylon Carpet • Washable Cut Pile • SAVE 30% 5.00 PICTURES - PLAQUES MURALS - FABRIC HANGS 9.88- Sofas or Sofa Beds Flexsteel Sofas '158 SAMSONITE All Nylon Brown or Blue All Rubber Cushion Reg. $229.95 Early America Sofas • Maple Trim • Excellent Covor • Reg. $289.95 $ 158 Card Table Set • 4 Chairs & Table • Bridge Siie • Regular $41.99 $ Extra Long Sofas • Selig 3-Cuchion Top Covering Deiign Cover * * 339 26.88 t Nylon Sofa Beds _ • _ AII r« 0 Brown Modern All Coil Spring Regular $99.88 68 Jumbo Sofa Beds $ Sealy Olive Floral Modern Walnut Trim • Reg. $159.95 128 2-Pi.ce WALNUT Bedroom Suite • Large Double Dresser • Mirror • Panel Bed • Regular $229.98 •^— Traditional Sofa $ Top Mattress Covering 3-Cushion Olive or Gold Reg. $329.95 198 •••••^••••^••ii^i^™™^™^™™"——Solid Walnut Desk $0088 • Home Size • Two File Drawers ^J^J $ 168.88 MAPLE or WALNUT .' High Back Rockers $ Top Covers Loose Cushion Seats Reg. $119.95 78 Small Occasional Chairs •) Modern and Traditional Reg. $89.95 — -^— — — ———— — Pole & Tree Lamps $1^ . _ _ r, rnt nc O tOO O1 ™ • Walnut & Brass Reg. $24.95 & $29.95 •^•^•••••••"PW^^^^^^™"™™ •» '" ' ' " " ' ' "-" Used Specials • DINETTE SET, table & 4 chairs $17.88 • SOFA AND CHAIR, Green $19-88 • HIGH BACK PATCHWORK CHAIR & OTTOMAN S25.00 I*********************. • Formica Tops • Values to $39.98 9 to 11 p. m. - WEDNESDAY FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS CALL 295-22H AtOONA

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