The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 12
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... pp.. «. Upper De> Thursday, Peb. 23, 196 1 Second i State son io «<» D°n final matc hes. Offosen Group Names Officers ^Oltosen _ The Progressive Club mot Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ralph Richards Our United States will be the topic of study for next year. A donation was made to the Radio ' then in the «•«*• Ric ^edged 2-0, by Dennis Krull . Bob Patton, who with Richardd Free Europe Fund. Officers elected for the next two years are Mrs Earl Olson president, Mrs H. J. Nielsen, vice president, Mrs Donald Cooper secretary, and Mrs Eugene Struthers, 'treasurer. These officers will begin their duties in September. Mrs H. J. Nielsen had recreation. Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk was a guest. visited Fred Struthers at St. Ann hospital at Algona Tuesday and Thursday. Fred suffered burns on his face and was hospitalized most of the week. World Day of Prayer was observed in the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon. Mrs Mike Frohling and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk were the leaders of the responsive reading. A pot luck lunch was served. Mr and Mrs Dean Loos are parents of a 7 Ib. 9 oz. son, Paul Eugene, born Feb. 18 at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer tver6 surprised Feb. 18 on their tenth wedding anniversary. Attending were Mr and Mrs Edgar Meyer of Algona, Mr and Mrs Paul Me* yer, Mr and Mrs Dean Telfofd, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobsoh, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr aha Mrs Allan Wehrspann, and .Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth. Mrs Edgar Meyer, Mrs Paul Meyer and Mrs Martin Meyer provide the lunch. The evening was spen playing 500. The group presente them with a bedspread. Mr and Mrs Cletis Hun'dert nark had their son, Lyle Dean )aptized at the Lutheran churcl Sunday. Mr and ( Mrs Richarc lovvieson of Clarion were spon- 1 ors. Dinner guests a{; the Hund- rtmark home were Rev. and Mrs larold Mountain. Afternoon visi- ors were Mr and Mrs Frank iundcrtmark and Mr and Mn Hrgil Williams and boys oi jivermore. : Richard James Kinseth was hree years old Friday. Evening isitors were Mr and Mrs Mount O. Kinseth and family of Algona nd Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and 'amily. . Mr and Mrs Fred Kampeh and amily and Oliver Christiansen ttended funeral services tot, John Kampen at Laurens Tuest day. Richard Benjamin and Connie Wallace were married Sunday evening at the Baptist Church at Gilmore City. Attending from here were Mr and Mrs- Barrel Jones and children, Mr and Mrs ' Earl Olson and Mr and Mrs H. J; Nielsen. The groom is a brothett' of Mrs Jones and a nephew of Mrs Olson. Mrs Jones was dining room hostess at the reception and I Mrs Olson helped cut and serve the cake. Scott Johnson, son of the Conrad Johnsons, was three years old Wednesday. Evening supper guests were his grandparents, Mi and Mrs Donald Larson and Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family. Mr and Mrs John Schwiten- berg of Clear Lake were Friday dinner guests at the Eugene Struthers. Mr and Mrs Virgil Struthers and Jeff returned home Thursday after nearly a month's vacar tion in Florida, Texas and New Orleans, La. J. Attending the bridal showe£ for Connie Wallace at the Trinity! Lutheran church, Rutland, Mori| clay evening were Mrs Erling Malniin and Carolyn, Mrs Arthur Petersen, Mrs Roy Enockson, Mi Earl Olson, Mrs Bertha Jacobso and Mrs H. J. Nielsen. Attending their card .,club. the Oscar Williams home at BcL., .Tuesday evening were Mr anc} NaoM and James Struthers I°M de IN EVERY DEPARTMENT On Hundreds Of Items Throughout Our Store. PHOTOGRAPHY JEWELRY GIFTS HI I I !l?ti STATIONERY And Don't Forget — We Have A Complete Prescription Department With Qual- ified Pharmacists To Serve You At All Times And A Fine Watch Repair Deparment. RUSK DRUG and JEWELRY 117 E. STATE CY 4-2349 Mt-s Arthur • ^etefseft, Mv Mrs Neai Olson drid-Mr and Mrs Erling Malniin. New Arrivals In 2 Feriton Area Homes Fehlon — Mr and Mrs Roger Potratz of Alta are the parents of a daughter bonr Wednesday, Feb. 16. She Weighed fl Ib. 1 62. and has been, named Lisa Marie. Mr ana Mia A'fflos Pifihestad.aftd Mr and-Mrs Alvin Potratz of Fentoh are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Charles Feye are the parents of a, S6h born Friday, Feb. 1? In the Holy Fmily hospital st Esthervllle. 'He weighed 4 Ib. 6 oz, and has Been named Ronald.Lee. Mr nnd Mrs Norman Finnestad and Mr and Mrs Amos Finnestad visited Friday in the Roger Po- tratz' home at Alta. finfbuteSlon. 3t. team members ftitist be home they called on Mrs Arnold Kratise at the Rest Home In Fo- cahontas. 4-H Cage Meet To Start Soon Kossuth Club members will hold their County 4-H Basketball Tournament 'in 'March, Club Team Entries are due March 1. There will be a,Jr. & Sr, divl- under 14 years of age January 1, 1&61. Sr. members must have turned in a record book la'sf year, scoring 70 or aBdve*. Cecil Thbresbn 6f Swea dity and Ray Becker of Lakota will be in charge of tournament plans in the North part of the County. Bernard Thilges of Bode and Art Banwart of west Bertd will arrange for the games in the south ar«a, ' • •' The finals 'will be' played March 23-25 at Burt or Bancroft. 12 Piece iTAR-LUME Matched Aluminum Set With Stunning Copper-Glo Covers to Be Given. ^ ~~ Retail Value Just Visit Our Store ';-•'- Register Your Name Just fill In one of our free entry blanks and deposit in ballot box. This 12 piece set will be awarded to the lucky name to be drawn publicly At our store on Saturday, March 4, at 4 p.m. SST WClUDCSt U>t* tl-tadb CMchM i Connd 7-tecfc tr, I CM To« do •at •••4 tobepf tawta. No PareJbose Necessary Celebrating Our 2nd Anniversary In Business In Algona 1ATEX RUBBER BASE WALl PAINT Use on any inferior painted or unpointed surface of plaster, wallboard, brick; wallpaper, unghwed tile or composition type matarW. Dries in less than 1 hour ?° ! op M tr J eak « Of bru «" »ark • Apply with brush or roller • Easy clean-up with soap & water WALLPAPER SALE! Our everyday prices on Wallpaper carried in stock are less than established Retail Book Prices but , . . during this special sale you can save MUCH MORE. PRICE Buy now at !/ 2 of Retail Book Prices Ad sidewall papers carried In stock included. Not just odds and ends or short lots, but fine Studio and Decorator patterns included. DAVIS PAINT THINNER For thinning oil-base paints, var> niih, cleaning brushes, etc. Handv household item. CAKE STAND WET 'N DRY MEASURE CUP Hand-fashioned, footed, oryjtai stand, 10 Inchw In diameter, A beautiful call* stand that raga* larly sell, for $2.00 *r man, Milk dost COMPOTE It's a tlmd sover! Use one side for liquid measure—then, just turn It over and use the, other side for dry measure. Graduated from Vi cup to 1 cup on both sides. Clear "See-through" plastic for easy measuring. Break - resistant, can be sterilized in bolting water. Seam Ripper Genuine satiny finish reflk glass in deDcato Shell Pink. A real collector's piece! Get your 6-inch Compote at this Once-in-o-ltfetlme low price. Enjoy the beauty of real milk glass at this super special price. UQUID STEH, J — iteel In form. Dries _„ ___, Mhertt to on iwtab, wood, con* ««»•. Olw, «fc. ValiM >. Reg. S5c value. Hips seams quickly, cuts ' siilched. buttonholes, cuts aff buttons, removes snaps, 29 C STRYPCEZE Point ft Varnfeh Remo application uiually i ttrlpi to ' bars «urw Reg. 91 , clofhlno. One PORCH-FLOOR ENAMEL Top quality Davis Porch-Floor Enamel for inside or outside use. Withstands traffic wear on any walking surface. Ideal for outdoor furniture, work benches, pipes, ana many other uses. Use on wood, metal, linoleum, or concrete. Provides smooth tile-like finish. 12 colors. Save 91* a Quart I Regular $21° a Quart I GALLONS ALSO ON SALE Buy As Many Quart* or Gallons As You Want At This Low Sale Prica. I QUART $476 GAL. Save 61* DA-LUXE Non-Yellowing White Enamel During this sale you get a FULL HALF PINT ot less than half price. Use on any paintable SUN race inside or out. Da-Luxe goes on white —stays white. Finish looks like porcelain— stands repeated washing, tlmlN-2 cans fp o person $100 * I2J DAVIS SPRAY PAINT The aaiy way to «nam.l - no bru.h.i n.td.d. Ju,» puih Ih. button and point. Davli Spray Paint drift In fly. mlnut.| to a irnooth, louoh, durobl. .nam.l jvrfasf. All popular colon. Alw avgllobl. In V orn |,h loequtr, end W««d Slalni, • _ »•""»". Regular $169 $129 >Urge Size U-oi. Cqn | PAINT 5AH ENDS SATURDAY, MARCH 4th REDING S i rt... n I A i . _ — W .... 3IASTSTATE | n A10QNA, IOWA 1

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