The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 2
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i (to.) Upper D»t Moinot Thurtdoy, March 4t, 1961 " Mr and Mrs 6. W. Haytef attended a bowling tournament at Davenport over ibe weekend. Mr and Mrs AXtea Bullodc spent Sunday at Faritajlt, Mian, V-ilh Mr and Mrs Ban Gnibb. ; Mr and Mrs W. 3. ffclter had Mf and Mii'Sffl fWBar sn& laaal- ly, Fort Dodge as gimests Sunday. Cbel Cock Jr. who teaches at C&stal Lake, spent the weekead here with his parents. Barbara laa was rioted orer Ihp weefcead by Sonjia Guess, Lu Verne, CmO Hagg came from Der Moines and visited with relatives over the weekend. tar and Mrs Leo Gardner spent Sunday at Spirit Lake with Mr and Mrs Kenneth PercivaL Mr and Mrs William Geering spent Saturday at Spencer with Rev. and Mrs Everett Black and family. Mr and Mrs Dave Harig, Mr add Mrs Dale Baxter and Mrs Erman Hansen visited with Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen Sunday. O. B. Harmes flew to Philadelphia, Pa., and will be on the east coast this week transacting business. Mrs Edna Harr returned Saturday from Livennore where she had spent a few days with Dr. and Mrs T. D. Rossing. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison returned Monday from Cedar Falls where the former transacted business a few days. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman spent the weekend at' Griswold v/ifh the latter's mother, Mrs Minnie, Holland. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Lau had SS guest Thursday the former's aunt Marie Blank of Klemme jmd Mr and Mrs John Ramus. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush we're at Sioux City a week ago to visit with Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush. Fred Seucknow is being visited" by ' his daughter Mrs Alice Kennedy and son Robert Junck, Denver, Colo. Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan had Mr arid Mrs Gilbert Knudson, Eriirnetsburg, as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Claris Kresensky was visited last week Tuesday and over night by her brother, J. M. Pet- Jigrew, Sioux- Falls, S. D. . Mrs Phil Koblhaas'accompan- ied Mr and Mrs George Ricke, Wesley, . to Cresco last Wednesday to" transact some business. Mr and Cordon Kuhn were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn, Mindy and Kirk, Ankeny. Mr and Mrs Tom Potter and children. Mason City, spent ttoe weekend with' the parents Mr and Mrs Murl Potter and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush, Mrs Ted Fuchsen has returned from Iowa City where she had gone for a check-up at'the university hospital. She fell seven months ago and broke her hip.." Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg have returned from Topeka, Kan., where they visited Mrs Greenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs David August. Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Sr_ are expected home about March 23 from Pompano Beach, Fla., where they have spent tne winter. Mrs Charies Kuchynka spent a couple of days last week at Fort Dodge caring for the grandchildren while the parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Elsebecker were on a trip to Council Bluffs. Dr. Karl Hoffman and his assistant, Mavis Anderson and Dr. LeRoy Strphman and his assistant. Gloria Jacobson attended the North Central Dental meeting Monday at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen spent Sunday and over night at Waverly with Mr and Mrs Hans Johannsen. They were joined there Sunday by Mr and Mrs Lawrence PertL Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan drove to Rochester, Minn., one- day last week to see the former's cousin, Mrs John T. Sullivan, Chicago, who is hospitalized following surgery. Molly Sullivan will come Monday from Oxford, Ohio where she is a student at Miami university and will spend her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wade Sullivan. Mr and Mrs Jerry Leaneagh, Des Moines, have purchased a house on South Jones street and will take possession sodri. There are four children in the family, David, Allen, Joan and John, Mr and Mrs Ed Kelso of Burlington are spending the week here with Mrs Kelso's sister Mrs Lenora Hiltz. Mr and Mrs James Kelso,and. at'^aricroft with'rela- turday from a four week visit in Chicago with -her daughter Pearl. She also visited at Winthrop HOUSECLEANING SPECIALS 12 •FOOT VINYL FLOOR COVERING ARMSTRONG & CONGOLEUM — NAIRN, Normally Priced at $1.69 Sq. yd. SQ. YD. t CARSON'S FOR COLOR 1 SPECIAL GROUP WALL PAPER Buy First Roll At Regular Price - Get 2nd Roll For Only 1 Gent 2nd ROLL Looking For Drapery? See CARSON'S! fyvwwwyvvvyvvvvwvvvvw^ftfvvwvvwvvvi* CARSON'S FOR COLOR * WEST OF ALCQNA THEATRE •) Harbor with Mrs Beatrice Metcalf,-,.. - '• ,'. y. - . Mrt ^eno«ili StMhorh and daughter Judy, former residents here now living at Iowa Falls, wefe overnight guests Friday of Mr and Mrs Alvjn Huenhold and Mr and Mrs Don McGuire, res- j)ectively. ' " Mr Arid Mrs L. E. Hofef are caring for their granddaughter Barbara Hauck while the parents Mr and Mrs Gordon Hauck, of Humboldt are an a business trip to South Dakota and Nebraska. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand are home from Fort Dodge .' where they have spent the past three weeks managing the restaurant of Mr and Mrs Jess Ramert -while they vacationed in Florida and Texas. Mr and Mrs John Gerber were visited from 'Friday till Monday by Mr and Mrs Paul Strahrrt, Sabelha. Kan- Mr and MfS 'Get- bet and the visitors were supper guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs George BruelJman afa<Welt Bend.' Mr and M« Mel QHtflfl atld daughter Kathleen aild Dorothi'' CoMey spent the WeeBfed At Saiem, S. D. wiUi afld MrS Mokinlcy Barnhart, Mr afid Mrt Kenneth Hallas and Agnes Reddin. John Hayes nas haoT'tirdfdPoT the death, of his brother F. F. Hayes, 67, at National City/ Calif., Sunday, March 19, Death was due to a heart attack. Immediate survivors are his wife, two children and six brothers and sisters, • Mr and Mrt Paul Ostwinkle were visited Sunday by the former's brother Lerpy Ostwinkle and daughters Jolefie and Bever*- ly, Des Moines. They spent some time with the father, Charles Ostwinkle, at Good Samaritan Nursing home. Mrs A. B. Oakland was hospitalized at St, Anrt from Thursday till Monday following a fall J in which she suffered an injured vertebra. She is still in a cast but is considerably improved, and able to get around itt her pome. ,"' \ ttcefved v^ dSp* 13%ii day at Greene of a soil to Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore, son and daughter-in-law of Mrs Smith. Tnere safe two otfief child«n in the family, Gary and Jeffrey. Mr and Mrs Frank Smith are tne maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrt' John Hansebrtan went to Mason City Sunday to see the latter's sister Mrs* Tom Ellefson, Sexton, who is in th Park hospital. Mrs Ellefson ,fe a few,weeks ago, slipping on ice and plunging forward over a pick<H fence. Some ribs were broken and ong cj-acked. _ Joyce Huenhold, w|*q is enroll, ed at the University at Dubtiqile, has been -accepted by the Pres- b>'lerian-St. Luke hospital at Chicagb, and. upon completion thi5r spring df her two years at .Dubuque, will enter the school of mirsing. She will be home March 24 to spen^f with her wjn faster vacation Mr and Mr* Alt * daughle* Grove, Mo., sister Mrs A fried Hoglan, of West Plains, Mo. came recently to accompany the mother Mrs "A. T. Grisham, Cy- Under, to Rochester, Mian, where Mr* Grisham entered the Mayo clinic. While the members of the family were here, all were guests at dinner one night of; Mr ,and Mrs Robert Kuhfinann at Otto; sen and additlphaT guests were Mr and Mrs Clinton Godden and Mrs Wilma Kuhlmana and Diane: "Societv Note? Chapter Elects XI XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Norrna Johnson Tuesday evening with Val Williams as co-hostess. Elec- Wad held and the : Norma John- Marvel Sherman, Xavonne • Peer, i?erly Zender, trea- Adderson, extension officer and Irma Dee Cook, city council member. The next "meeting will be held with Irma Dee Cook April 11 and will be a patty for neiy.examPlar members; surer, v, Linda, daughter of Mr and Mrs 'Gene aelftier, was givefi 4 t?aMy Satott^y! Ififerfl&^'ln Wtfrr >f he 5 ? eighth •- birthday. tVelve girls were her guests. The sister Shirle? 'arid Marjr Glassr asiift- ed with the game« an4,Wrving refreshments. S BodZenddf CLOfHM- located in Cu|l«n Hardware **JUST CAN'T BEAT THAT NAT1ONAL MEAT* ,~t '•-'. and National's Value Way Trim means less waste—more"value! PJWJfROMr Qnifity rifbb mtmi. MARCH 23-24-25 PRICES Rich, juicy pork roast at low cost and'with very little waste. Here's true economy without sacrifice of flavor and juicy goodness. Wonderful witn sweet potatoes. 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