The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1961
Page 11
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1 *] 1961 AROUND ALGONA 1. *l. V, ':\ Taylor are Phoenix, Arizona. —o—• Mrs William Steele will be hostess to nor bridge club this evening (Thursday). Mrs John Dution was hostess to the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. •—o- Beecher Lane had surgery at St. Ann hospital lost Wednesday. He is coming along nicely. _ Dean, infant Son of M and Mrs Vornon Subject, w baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church. Gregory, small son of Mr an Mrs Warren Nelson, was a pa I lent last week at St. Ann hosp tnl. lie was dismissed Saturday —o— St. Cecelia's Court of Cajholi Daughters of America will hav a guest night Thursday, Feb. 23 at the Academy hail. There wil YOUR CHOICE OF 6000 COLORS* $] MORRIS PAINT OFF EACH GALLON OFF EACH GALLON YOUR CHOICE OF SIZE-TYPE-TREAD DAVIS TIRES be a pot-luck supper with courts i Craig, three yea? old son 6t from West Bend, Whiltomore, Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley and St. Joe as special guests. | had his first trip away front home without his parents recent- Garry Graham, son of Mr and I '^'if. 11 ho sf ? ent several days Mrs Glen Graham, was a patient S 1 . 111 Jj ls . f S^parents, Mr, and for several days last week at St M s ^aHer Winkclman at Buf- , for several days last week nt St Ahn hospital. Gary had a knee injury in football last fall and the • LAKOTA By Mrs Darwin Meyef Ian church basement Feb. 25 at (3:30 for Scouts and their fami-lies. —c»— infection reoccurred. Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian chiurh, will * Monday evening with Mrs Hazel Markovetz. Mrs Goldie and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler „„ „„,„,. left Wednesday on a vacation. I Guderian will be co-hostess-^Mrs They went to Dos Moincs and Helen Laing will give the' pro- Kansas City, Mo. to visit relatives gram and Mrs Marc Moore de ' and then planned to go to Florida votlons. ' for several weeks. | _ 0 „ ,„ „ • i Ann Seger, Patricia Reiljy, Pam Waller and Janice Bode, Rhonda Brandow, Roger Bran Indents at the State University dow and Mike Wickliff spent a f Iowa at Iowa City, spent the recent week-end at Pocahontas veek-end here with their par- attending a mid-winter institute nts, Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller " " ^"-"it nd Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode. Mrs I. G. Graft and Daun returned home Sunday from Sanford, Cal. after visiting a month wth her sister, Mr and*' Mrs A. E Huff and her mother, Mrs OFF EACH TIRE OFF EACH TIRE DALE HEEREN'S WESTERN AUTO 201 E. STATE ASSOCIATE STORE ALGONA —o— The Safety Patrol at Bryant chool had a food sale Friday. 2.85 was realized from the sale cookies, apples, cupcakes, can- y and popcorn balls. The money 'II be used to buy equipment r the patrol. •—o- The meeting of Mariners club I for Methodist Youth Fellowship members. Mrs.Glen Seger took the group to Pocahontas and Mr and Mrs Joe Collier brought them home. The Order of Eastern Star will have a school of instruction, Juesday, Feb. 28, at the Masom Temple. Mrs Janie Kirsten o Mason City will be in charge. A r ju -n , " ."" " "-"I luncheon for chapter officers wi of the Presbyterian church which be served by.the Past Matrons a was to have been held Sunday 11 a.m., followed by afternoon evening was postponed because sessions. Inspection will be hel of the storm to next Sunday, Feb. in <the evening. The committee in 26 Mrs June Goldman of Titonka charge is Mrs W. J. Finn and Mrs will be guest speaker. Mel Bay, co-chairmen"^?" Le£ TU i "-°—'. ' "ton Misbach, Mr and Mrs Wil- The newly-organized Couples bur Zeiglcr. Mr and Mrs Leon Club of the Methodist church has Laird, Mr and Mrs Ray Cunning elected officers. Mr and Mrs Go,- ham, Mrs Fern Foster Mrs Kyfe 2™ ^ ai ' C P rcsldo » ts ; Mr Keith, Mrs Cecil Will Mrs HarA ind Mrs George Balluff, vice prc- Ireland, Mrs Lowell SmUhind sidents and program chairmen; Mrs Claude Slagle Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Cliff Skogstrom, Don Asa and worthy patron fnd ecretary and treasurer; Mr and worthy matron and'Mr and M"S Mrs Fred Williams, publicity and Russell Ouster are associ'ite ourtcsy card chairmen; Mr and Iron and matron bhocl ' uc Mrs Arnold Hill, projects chair- nen; Mr and Mrs Willard Snus- ad, music and' Mr and Mrs Ron Mock, membership chairmen Margaret Woods. Mrs Pearl Smith returned home Wednesday from Iowa City after spending some time with her sons there. Mrs Smith returned to Iowa City with Dick Sunday and visited Allen who is in the hospital in Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Orville Ruby accompanied Mr and Mrs John .Johannesen of Lone Rock to the funeral of Ted Krause at Storm Lake Friday. Mr Krause is a .cousin of Mrs Ruby and Mrs Johannesen. Mr and Mrs Paul Kockler, and family and Mr and Mrs Robert Ruby were Sunday, guests at the Orville Ruby home to help Audrey celebrate her birthday. Mrs Ann Hamilton was hostess .o the Acorn Club Thursday H H. Burgess of Titonka' talked on Wild Life in Union Slough February is Blue and Gold month. The Cub Scouts have a pot luck dinner at the Presbyter- DOLLARS AT FOSTER'S FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOU GET 1 SILVER DOLLAR FREE (to do with as you wish) with Each 10 Spent With Us! - EXAMPLE HOW THIS OFFER WORKS 4• Spend $10.00 - GET 1 SILVER DOLLAR FREE • Spend $20.00 - GET 2 SILVER DOLLARS FREE Spend $30.00 - GET 3 SILVER DOLLARS FREE etc (NOTE - Offer Good Only On Regularly-Priced Merchandise) FINAL'CLOSE-OUTS'for- ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner THIS IS IT — your final chance to save many dollars on 2 special groups of Brand Name suits. Two low prices Friday & Saturday only — $28 and $38. These prices are unheard of these days on quality suits. •maB^ngn /r/ MEN'S WINTER Here's a real buy for Dollar Days' Bargain Hunters. Just think — Brand Name Jackets and Suburban Coats for only— $11.00. A good selection, but not all siz9s. $ OPCOATS Easter's only a few short weeks away, and a new Topcoat for only $32 will help you look your best. These coats are worth many, many dollars more—but out they go Friday and Saturday for only $32- Be sure to see this special group. $ ZENDER'S Thursday, Feb. 10, the Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Club unit 1 held an after school meeting. Ruth Ann Klein, Corinne Bormann, Paula Thilges and Lenora Hilbert made fancy breads from Germany and Austria. Paula Thilges and Corinne Bormann gave a demonstration and Lenora Hilbert and Kathleen Beedon gave talks. The regular monthly meeting of Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Club came to order on Thursday afternoon in St. Joseph's school hall. A talk was given by Marian Ko- J? lha .?>,s-,Hostesses were Ruth Ann KleirTahd her mother. Mrs William Devine entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs Ray Gales as a guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Alphonse' Berte, Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs Tony Becker. Mr and Mrs Mathew O'Conner of Parsons, Kans. observed their 25th wedding anniversary Feb 19 with relatives from here at- widing the observance. Mrs O'- -onner is the daughter of the ate Nick and Justina- Bormann. tfrs O'Conner is a sister of Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, John, Lorenz, Irnest and Edward Bormann rom here and Mrs Anna Geis- checker and Mike Bormann from Algona. Attending the observan- e from here were Mr and Mrs L. Kohlhaas, Mr and Mrs John Bormnnn and Mr and Mrs Bob <irsch and son and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. Eddie Illg, Marvin Origcr and 3ob Hilbert are on a two week rip through Southern States, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner ncl daughter Patricia, George Viigner and Betly Wapner icft Monday for Phoenix, Ariz for a visit with Mr and Mrs Cletus Reding and family ;m d Mr and Mrs Franklin, Wagner and family at Mrsa. Ariz. St. Joseph's parish groups 1 o oml 3 were in charge of the first of a series of card parties held in (ho school hall Sunday. Receiving prizes were Mrs Lizzie Bor- rnan and John Thul for high {in d Mrs Harold Friders and Joe Me- lavin receiving low prizes. Airs Herman Illg received door pmo Peter Nicholas K'nyser, son of Mr and Mrs Herb Kayser was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Donald Ries Sponsors were Mrs Norman Kayser and Jake Thilges. Mr and Mrs Henry Thilges and family were given a surprise farewell parly in their home with Mrs Tlul-es caul Hub members and their husbands ;,.s guests They were presented ;i ;.jft .j, K lunch brought by (he guests served. The evening was spent playing cards with Mrs Reinald Salz and Edwin Thilges receiving high pri/es nnd Mrs Marie Kins and Walter Bradley receiving low prizes. Mr nnd Mrs Thilge.s am! amily are moving to a farm ne-ir Rock. Attending the j/ath- jrinK were Mr and Mrs Edwin fhilges, Mr ;ind Mrs Willie Thil ges, Mr and Mrs Harold Thilges Mr and Mrs Peter Reding Mr and Mrs Reinald Salz, Mr - ln d Mrs Bob Bormann, Mr and Mrs Len McGuire, Mr and Mrs Walter Bradley, Mrs Lixxic Rormann and Mrs Marie King. Mrs Lizzie Bormann spent se veral days last week with Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius at Al gona. " DOLLAR THROW RUGS $ TABLE LAMPS HANDSOME HEAVY DUTY TABLE LAMP ONLY $1.00 WHEN YOU BUY MATCHING MATE FOR ONLY $9.95. TOTAL COST OF PAIR — $10.95 BRONSON SERVICE 'S A REAL DOLLAR DAY DOLLAR - SAVING DEAL ... THIS NICE CLEAN 1949 CHEVROLET DELUXE FLEETLINE 2-door with good rubber and straight stick Be Sold At Chinese Auction — Friday And Saturday, February 24 - 25 BEG.N W.TH, » $1M . IS THE TIME SCHEDULE AND PRICE BY HOURS, BEGINNING AT 11 A.M. FRIDAY UNTIL IT IS SOLD. HERE IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT FRIDAY A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 11 1 3 5 « ., . ., , e 58 Chevrolet Biscayne V-8 4-door., Powerglide! big engine. s ^ straiflht * ick - $120 n 115 , "0 3 105< 5 P.M. (AUCTIONEER'S NOTE - DON'T WAIT TOO LONG - THIS CAR WILL GO EARLY) TOP USED CARS AND TRUCKS SATURDAY A.M. P.M. P, M. $100 95 90 85 lm P? l « V - B 4-door., «uto. trans., radio, power steerlna, new tires Biscane V-8 4-door. 9 55 Forfl 2 Ton Truck. MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM Warren Nelson - Auctioneer Southwest of Courthouse Co. Chuck Devine and Bill Gorman, Clerks ^^^f^^S^m^

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