The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 9
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10-Algeria la.) Upper DM Meintt Thursday, S«pt. 28, 1967 MELV1N JOHNSON, son of Mrs. Hugh Carroll, is in Veterans hospital, Des Molnes, where he had surgery for a ruptured appendix. He is recovering satisfactorily. A GROUP of Algonans held a picnic at Ledges Park, Boone, Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Julie Baas, Mrs. Reglna Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Meyer, Julie Ann and Jennifer, Mrs. Kate Stephenson and Mrs. Hattie Burllngame. They were met at the park by Mr. and Mrs. James Hanifan, Diane and Jo Ellen Baas, Des Moines. MRS. HUGH CARROLL has been visited by her daughter, Mrs. David Richardson, Iowa Falls. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sharp of Bedford on a vacation trip to North Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming and Montana. At Lead, S.D., they saw the largest gold mine in the northern hemisphere. Mr. Wyatt, who is a collector of agates and polishes them, found many fine specimens. They stopped at Hackensack, Minn, to see Mr. Wyatt's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morell. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL was at Barnum last week and visited her sister, Mrs. Mabel Ruebel. She was also at Ft, Dodge to visit her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill. MEMBERS OF THE Loyal Order of the Moose will hold their annual family pot-luck dinner Sunday, Oct. 1, at 1 p. m. in the shelter house at the Call State Part MRS. HATTIE BURLINGAME and Irene Corle went to Mason City one day last week where Mrs. Burlingame visited her cousin Vernle Thompson, who Is employed at the American Nursing Center. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Steele had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Amy Hoskins, Sioux Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Oleson, Mobile, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Uhl, Storm Lake. MR. AND MRS. William Cook went to Britt Tuesday to attend funeral services for Pearly Haynes, brother-in-law of Mr. Cook. Mr. Haynes, 87, had been in poor health for some time. MR. AND MRS. J. D. Burns had as callers Sunday the former's brother, Ed, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Townsend, Clinton. Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Townsend taught school in Lakota at the same time a number of years ago. C.D.A. ST. CECELIA Court 283 will have a bake sale Saturday morning, Sept. 30, at Hood's Super Valu. MR. AND MRS. Allen Buchanan spent from Thursday till Sunday at Denver, Colo, and the former transacted business. HELEN DINGLEY has been at Des Molnes visitng her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent. MARGARET, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Utt, has enrolled at the Mankato State College. MR. AND MRS. H. T. Bunkofske had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Qulnn, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cutshall, Dunnell, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Swanson, Swea City, Rufus Olthoif, Lakota, and M: Ed Elch, Houston, Tex. Mrs. E / remained for a visit of a cor 1 of days. OSCAR BELLEMAN, fe'.V r of Mrs. Perry Byam, celp'.-r^jda birthday anniversary b.<» week at the home of hisson-Li-iawand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Adams, Austin, Minn. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Byam and the honoree*s brother, Nestor Byam, who had come from Belgium. Oscar Belleman spends the winters at McAllen, Tex. where he owns a home* MR. AND MRS. Elmer Phillips had as visitors last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoyt and Inez Green, St. Cloud, Minn. Other guests Monday were Mr s. Louella Walsby, Flint, Mich., and Sarah Maude Phillips, Ionia, Mich. JUDY BICKERT spent Sept. 18-22 at the parental Robert Bickerts and is now at the University of Minnesota where she is a senior. She vacationed at Boston, Mass, for a short time and during the summer has been attending classes. LINDA, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Don Frederick, has completed her course in practical nursing and is now employed at Luther Hall, Ebenezer Nursing Home at Minneapolis. The graduates were given a tea Friday at which the mothers, friends and relatives were invited. Mrs. Frederick was in attendance. Linda will probably enter a school of nursing and having ranked high in her class, will be in line for a scholarship. MR. AND MRS. Martin Becker have received word from their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, LuVerne, that they have returned from their trip to Canada where they visited Expo'67. Theydrote their car and came home via Niagara Falls and points in Michigan. MRS. FRANK BUTTS has had several guests the past week who also spent some time with Mary Wirtjes and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nelson, they were Mr* and Mrs. Henry Wirtjes and Violet, Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wirtjes, a nephew of Mrs. Butts* and Miss Wirtjes^ San Francisco, Calif., Edward Butts/ Gary, Ind., brother of the late Frank Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wirtjes, Lakota, and Mrs. Rose Mack, Phoenix, Ariz, came Tuesday. She is a sister of the late Mr. Butts. MR. AND MRS. Ronald Miller have purchased the Bob Bennett bouse on Sweeting street. READ'S ANNUAL FALL TRUCKLOAD SALE FACTORIES AT W A X A H A C MliTTr I , • . « OUR. IOWA • UANCAST8». PA XJ -___ '* : &'*~' •>';s-i'« | ,-i'w*•"(•.-. : '•••>•-,..", -:*«•„. ." • , '""•' **"' ' -••" BEGINS MON, OCT. 2 - ENDS SAT., OCT. 1 ToTToirroimryysTiroT^ The Flexsteel Truck will unload Monday, Oct. 2. Sale starts promptly at 9 a.m. We will remain open Monday until 9 p.m. Be sure to come early for the savings-of-a-lifetime on America's finest sofas ! 3LojLOJUUULOJL9,tUL»JULO.PJJA'>A<' A" aQBOOBJQOQ'BCQQBBtBQQOOQOBBQB.gQQflBQPgBaifl8B»8t ttfll BEST YOU CAN BUY BECAUSE: • NO OLD FASHIONED COIL SPRINGS • WRITTEN LIFETIME GUARANTEE • CHOICE OF HUNDREDS OF DECORATOR FABRICS • PRICED NO MORE THAN ORDINARY FURNITURE WHY SETTLE FOR LESS THAN THE BEST? iVfl-fl'8 'a a SOFAS FROM $219 TO $549 MBftBflQHgBQB»8QtBOOBOCOOBQQ»OOQPQfl OOP 0 Q 0 0 Q 0 fl « OA°A B A B A 8 A1] -f- lOOOIOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBOOO 00000000000000000OOJ I Make a memo now to visit Read's early in the annual < Fall Truckload Sale- Many are ONE-OF-A-KIND sofas and ; will be sold to the first party interested- Hundreds of new ! i stylish and long-lasting FLEXSTEEL sofas on display. Hurry ! t down I ! i UUUUULPJULPJL9JL9JJUUU^ INDESTIUCTIBIE BLUE STEEL SPRINGING I TRUCKLOAD COUPON VALUE! This Coupon Worth moo ONE PER SOFA CREDIT $50.00 OFF REGULAR FLEXSTEEL PRICE ON ANY SOFA IN OUR STORE OR IN NEW TRUCKLOAD SHIPMENT. OFFER ENDS OCT. 7 1967. ... PRESENT COUPON AT TIME OF PURCHASE r* UUIA4 WU HUMM WM UU l/tf UU UU WU Utf UU Utl WU Utf IAI WiJ UJ Ukl UU MM WUUtfWU UMUU11 FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS PHONE 5-2216

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