The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1968 · Page 3
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MR AND MRS. Bless Rusk ALSLOBE and Charles Paxson were visited over the weekend by wen t to Ames last week to see the their son Gary and daughter basketball game and stopped at Cheryl, students at Drake Uni- Webster city to see the Algona versity, and a classmate, Shari Reinking. team play there. Enough Life Insurance depends on your family's size, standard of living, retirement plans. Let me help you plan for future security. See LOUIS H. REILLY 115 W. Nebraska - Algona, la. Phone 295-5256 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Life Insurance • Group Insurance Annuities • Health Insurance Pension Plans MRS. JAMES LOGAN, nee Marguerite Oshvinkle,, Minneapolis, visited her father, Charles Oshvinkle, at the Good Samaritan Home Sunday and also her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ostwinkle. MRS. MYRTLE Rutledge spent the weekend at Spencer with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caughey. MR. AND MRS. Robert Bomgaars were visited Sunday by the latter's mother, Mrs. Ed Lenning, Clear Lake. Gerald B6m- gaars and Robert of the Bomgaars Ben Franklin store went to Sioux City Monday on business. GLENN STRAYER, JR. is now at Cambridge, Ohio, employed as' manager of a firm. SAM ZENTNER, brother of Mrs. Glenn Strayer, is in Veteran's Hospital, Minneapolis. His home is at Winnebago, Minn, and he is being treated for a blood condition. Mr. and Mrs. Strayer had as guests Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe, Delavin, Minn. She's your girl Friday... . . . and Saturday and Sunday and every other day! Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, the "Voice with a Smile" is ready to give you personal assistance with person-to-person calls, directory information, collect and credit card calls, etc. No matter how far we progress in bringing you the faster, easier telephoning that new communications techniques make possible, we never forget that ours is a personal service to you. Northwestern Bell m\ 2 DAYS ONLY - BEGINS FRI., FEB. 9, NOON! lenneiff AA/AVS FIRST OIIALITV ™ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY BUILD BABY'S PHOTO ALBUM WITH Beautiful 5x7 photograph/ for only 59 Non-glare lights get natural smiles. PIXY PIN-UPS EXCLUSIVELY AT PfNNIY'f PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: Fri., 12*9 p.m., Sat., 9-5 p.m. Do your baby-bragging with a beautiful pholo . . . "worth more than a thousand words." Get a completely finished photograph for only 59t. You will not be urged to buy but if you wish the remaining poses they're yours for 1.35 for the first, 1.25 for the 2nd and $1 for any additional. AGE LIMIT 5 yean. One or two children per family will be photographed singly for 59f each for the first picture. Each additional child under five, 1.50. DR. AND MRS. L. L. Snyder spent the weekend at Minneapolis on a brief vacation. JUDGE AND MRS. G. W. Stillman returned last Thursday from Sarasota, Fla., where they spent two weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrill and family. The trip was made via plane both ways. MR. AND MRS. Dean Taylor have returned from a National Auto Dealers Convention held at Las Vegas, Nev. From there they flew to Los Angeles and spent a brief time with Mrs. Taylor's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Hendry and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oswald. MR. AND MRS. James Utt are being visited by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Cole, Chester, Mont. Father of the women, Albert Psotka, is at the present making his home with the Utts. Friday they had as additional guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Postka of Gladbrook, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hejlik, Garner. Sunday the group were guests of the Hejliks at Garner. The daughter, Margaret Utt, was home Sunday from Mankato, Minn, where she is a student at the college. James Utt and son, James, Jr., have gone to Colorado Springs, Colo., called there by the sickness of the senior Mr. Utt's brother, Capt. Ross Utt, 37, of the Air Force. He suffered a severe heart attack, the third over a short period. MR. AND MRS. Robert Sigsbee were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunsmoor, Ft. Dodge. THE SON born prematurely to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bollinger, Jan. 22 at St. Ann Hospital, weighing only four pounds, 15 ounces was dismissed Feb. 5. He has been named Kirk Dean. His mother is the former Nancy Hudson, daughter ofMr.andMrs. Oran Hudson. MRS. MARTHA BLEICH, who has made her home with her mother, Mrs. Mary Seiler, since the death of her husband, was visited Thursday by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bartleman, of Mason City. Friday, Mrs. Bleich and Mrs. Seiler spent the day at Ft. Dodge •with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Seiler. MR. AND MRS. Gale Stockwell were visited quite recently by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Minneapolis. They accompanied them to Hartley to visit Mr. Nelson's mother at her son-in- law and daughter's, Mr. and Mrs. Round. DELBERT MOORE was taken to St. Ann Hospital last Friday and expects to be dismissed this Friday. He had a kidney infection. MR. AND MRS. Tom Sampson, Bryce, Jeff and Jerry, left Feb. 4 for Glendale, Calif., where they will be guests of Mr. Sampson's mother, Mrs. Lydia Sampson. They will also visit other relatives and friends and will be gone two weeks. The daughters, Marcia and Maria, are staying with their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Olson, while their parents are on vacation. _J NEAT KNIT UNIFORMS . each Great lor the sharp working Rirl. Slimmivr shifts, brisk plealers. two- narters etc. Easy care polyester and triacetate/nylon knits. Wash casilv. Juniors, misses, hah' sues. DICK POST made a trip to Sioux City Monday and was accompanied by Mrs. Post who was able to spend a few hours with their daughter, Joan, a student nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital. THE LEROY HOUCHINS, Algona, and Julius Sellers, St. Benedict, have received word of the birth of a new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Seiler, Waverly. The new lad has been named Jay Allen and has a sister, Robin, and a brother, Mark. MR. AND MRS. Charles Kuchynka left Wednesday for Prosperity, S. C., where they will visit their daughter, Dot and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. They plan to be gone about six months and are making the trip by car. MRS. AUGUST SCHMIDT is at St. Ann Hospital. She was taken there Sunday, after having a slight heart attack. She is mother of Delbert Moore i MRS. ETHEL COLWELL and Mrs. Alfred Schenck have been at Rochester, Minn, for examinations at the clinic. Both had good reports and are now home. MRS. GRADY PHILLIPS recently spent a couple days with her daughter, Mrs. Tom Zwiefel, and grandsons, Jeff and Chris, at Fairmont, Minn, while Mr. Zwiefel was attending a circulation manager's school in Chicago, m. He is employed at the Fairmont Sentinel at Fairmont. Real Estate Transfers Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968 Algona (la.) Upper D0« Moin«t-S Bormann, John P. & Clara to Thomas J. & Francis M. Bormann 1-26-68 E 1/2 SE 1/4 28-94-28. Cink, James M. & Sharon to Dennis Cink & Michael J. Cink 1-29-68 Undiv. 1/3 of W 1/2 NE 1/4 9-95-28. Dorweiler, Maude H. & P.O. to Thomas T. & Lydia Frankl 1-26-68 Lot 1 Blk 41, O.P., Algona. Druggists Mutual Ins. Co. to City of Algona 1-26-68 Lot 8 Blk 6 & E 2/3 Lot 7 Blk 6 O.P., Algona. Gabel, Herman & Gladys to Herman Gabel et ux 1-26-68 S 1/2 NE 1/4 SE 1/4 S 1/2 NW 1/4 SE 1/4; SW 1/4 SE 1/4 & SE 1/4 SE 1/4 34-99-30. Joens, Charles H. & Catherine W. to Lawrence J. & Martha I. Zwiefel 1-29-68 Lot 7 Blk 159 Call's Add., Algona. Montag, Ferdinand & Mary M. to Harold Montag 1-26-68 N 1/2 SE 1/4 SE 1/4 30-94-30. Montag, Ferd & Mary M. to Raphael Montag 1-26-68 W 1/2 SE 1/4 NW 1/4 20-94-30. Reding, John B., sgl. to Donald G. Reding 1-29-68. Comm. at a pt. 50 rods N. of SW corner of Govern lot 4 (see rec.) 36-94-29. Wibben, Bennie B. & Grace M. to Wilbur & Rose Courtney 1-24-68 N 4 rods of S 8 rods of E 8 rods of Lot 6 of A. P. of SE 1/4 NE 1/4 11-95-29. Zeimet, Eugene Henry & Christina to Elizabeth Justine Rathke 1-24-68 An undiv. 1/6 int. in & to W 1/2 NW 1/4 3594-29 & an Undiv. 1/12 int. in & to NW 1/4 20-95-29. Zeimet, Eugene Henry & Christina to Susie Mary Andrilenas 1-26-68 Undiv. 1/6 Int. In W 1/2 NW 1/4 35-94-29 Undiv. 1/12 int. in NW 1/4 20-95-29. Kossuth Mutual Insurance Ass'n. ANNUAL 1 MEETING February 14,1968 Held in Assembly Room of Kossuth Co. Court House. (1M2) '*'•'•_•'•. The Friendly Store . .v. $ DOLLARS DAYS $ • ^-••••'•••••"•^^ __j ^—*^"^"^*fc^ • Gas Line ANTI-FREEZE Hiawatha PINT THERMOS® Pr«-Tt»ted LIGHT BULBS SAVE 39% leg. 25c Each With break-resistant "Stronglas" filler. Handled cup. Big lavingtl Four each of 60W and 100W Gambles quality bulbs. Hurry! 17-4771 Add "GO" to your gasoline for foster starting. 4-41?* CORONADO 'Jewel' Micro PORTABLE CHROMED FLASHLIGHT COOKIE SHEET Reg. 79c Each CAULKING CARTRIDGES Reg. 39c Ea. The "Jewel" swings along on a large ring handlel With 8 transistors. With 3-posltlon switch, ribbed barrel. Uses 2 "D" batteries. 12x1 8x1 "size. With Ekcoloy* finish for foster baking.- it-tut Will not crack or shrink. Natural color is easily painted. SAYEI ia-i/o* ELECTRICAL TAPE-60 FT. TROUBLE LAMP With 15-R. Cord OIL FILTER CARTRIDGE EXHAUST EXTENSION FORCE CUP Regularly $1.19 Reg. J $1.19 * i *•* $ $1.49 * i Comp. at $3.95 i Reg. J $1.29 * i Only $ i W wide plastic tape. Handy cuHtr dispenser. UL approved. u-»J/r Hal bulb guard, handle, double outlet, hanger. Heavy duty. 17-4414 Duroflo filter. High* grade filtering action. 57-67 fords. 10-1x1 Chrome plated. Slant, cut design. Fits up to 2" tailpipe*. Can be used on links or basins also. 2 \" handle. Assorted colon. t4-wt HARDWOOD Cereal Bowls WASTEBASKET COFFEE MUGS Bake 'N Strvt CLOTHESPINS Rtg. 69c SAVE Vi\ 2 Bags Handy spring-type pint, 72 to o bay. $tock vp end ievtl FOR 1 Compart at 79c 2 $ FOR wi r t 1 Handy 5" plastic stock, type bowls In assorted cameo colors. j|-)si Oval 12-qt. metal bat* ket. Leather-like finish. Duy 2 end save! Comport 4 for $1.00 CASSEROLE 8 '1 FOR! Stock-type plastic mugi, Connotntvr* deco« 9-oi. tife. In assorted rated, covered/ 1 'A« cetneo colori. II-XM quort lilt controltt Rtg. $1.49 1 SHOP GAMBLES DURING THIS BIG FEBRUARY SALE EVENT I

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