The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 26
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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* I 6-Afgana (la.) Upper Des Malne» thursdoy, April 13, I96t Mr and Mrs Harold Peter had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Millon Mndsetti Spirit Lake n Mr and Mrs Harry areettberg have returned from a, vacatibri of Several days at New Orleans, La. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdnian, Mr and Mrs Murl Potter and Mr and Mrs Doyle Dailey spent the weekend at Davenport and Bct- tendorf attending the state bowl- ing.tournment a Bettendorf. Mrs Rose Anderson was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday for a lew days Of rest. The R.N.A. is having a bake sale Friday morning at the Fare- way store, .beginning atO o'clock. Marilyn Lowman, who leaches physical education at the Davenport schools, has returned there following an Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. YEAR ROUND AUTOMATIC HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Mrs Henry Bruns !s spending the week at Waterloo with friends. Mrs A, D, drawfdifd was visit ed Wednesday by Mrs Fera Lenz, Garner, former residen Mr ana Mrs Perry Lowman had Mr and Mrs Irvin Gremmels Fenton, as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs A. L. Spongberc had as weekend guests Mr anc Mrs Tom Thompson, Des Moines Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser had as last weekend guests Mr and Mrs Joseph Duchs, Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs C. O. Macumber had Mr and Mrs David Macumber. Perry, as Easter dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Charles Schlievert were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Walter Schlievert, Des Moines. D. D. Monlux, who has been in failing health for some time, was taken to S't. Ann hospital Monday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Scherer spent the Easier weekend at Alchester, S. D. with Mr and Mrs Ed Birgen. Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall spent Sunday at LuVerne with Mrs Marshall's parents, Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus. , Mr and Mrs Henry Gudorian spent the weekend at Waltham, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Meril Bacon and family. Claude While spent from Thursday till Saturday at Lin den with his mother Mrs Ell White and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Alvin Peterso and family were callers at Mr Charlotte Bjornson's at Bode Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson went to Alden Tuesday to attenc You have no fuel worries when you choose Gas heating and air conditioning. Gas — piped right into your home -1 brings draft free warm air in the winter, cool, filtered air in the summer. Choose Lras — to heat and cool your home! DIAL YOUR WEATHER WITH ^jjf GAS SEE YOUR DEALER OR.., SEE THE NEW BRYANT ALL-YEAR GAS AIR CONDITIONER ON DISPLAY AT THE HOME SHOW THIS WEEKEND. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY CY 4-2484 "YOUR GAS COMPANY" ALGONA funeral services for Mr Johnson's nephew, Luen Cousin, 67. Mr and Mrs Frank Tague and Linda were dinner guests Sunday of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Tague at Clarion. Mr and Mrs A. H. Willrett drove to Clear Lake Sunday and visited with Mrs Willrett's nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Don Saliger. < Mrs -Helen Kelley, Mrs G. W. Stilhnan and Ella Zumach are going to Newton this weekend to attend a state English teachers meeting. Mrs Lydia Weizel attended lh.e Mothers and Daughters banquet Monday evening at Lotts Creek. She was guest of Mrs Irvin Wetzell, Lone Rock. Dr. Joseph Rooney left Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where he attended a medical conference at the Mayo clinic. He returned home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Newton Hieter spent Easter at Lone Rock with Mr and Mrs W. C. Hieter. This Sunday they were at Burt with Mr and Mrs Robert Moore. Mr and ,Mrs Perry Collins drove to Menlo Sunday and took with them the latter's mother Mrs Edith Fritz, who had been here for a visit of a few weeks. Mrs Esther Benson is spending several days at Fenton with Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson. Mrs Hudson is convalescing from majo surgery and was a patient a Fort Dodge. Mrs Emily Rin^gonbefg has returned from Blue Earth, Minn., where she spent Easter and a few days thereafter with her parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. Dr. and Mrs Joseph Rooney left Thursday for a vacation in Tulsa, Okla., Phoenix, Ariz., and Los Angeles, Calif. At Phoenix they will be guests of Dr. and Mrs R. J. Hill and in Los Angeles they will visit 1 with relatives. They will be gone till May I. , Mrs W. C. MeDbugair and Mrs William Oatman of the Okobojis returned Monday from Menasha, Wis., where they had spent Easter and a number of days thereafter with Mr and Mrs Robert McDougall and family. Mrs Oatman returned to her home Wednesday. Xi Xi chapter of Beia. Sigma Phi will install its newly-elected officers at the April meeting. They are Mrs Raymond Johnson, president; Mrs Don Sherman, vice president; Mrs Eugene Zonder, treasurer, Mrs Corwin Peer, .secretary and Mrs Lyle Anderson, extension officer. Mr and .Mrs James Spies Ames, became the parents of a daughter, born April 6' at Mary Sreeley hospital, Ames., The saby weighed 7 Ibs. 1 oz. and has seen named Laurie Jean. The ^randparents are Mr and Mrs W. A.. Hall, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Adolph Spies, Graettinger. Bill Funk, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Funk, visited his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush at Sioux City last week and accompanied them home when Mrs Kickbush and children Craig and Sally Kay came to visit the parents Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush while her husband is in Des i Moines. Are people getting smaller? DR. X-RAY HAS THE ANSWER! MY X-RAY BOOKS'SHOW ONLY A RAMBLER GIVES KXJ A FUI4. YARP Cf HEAPROQM SEAT TO ROOF. PETRCKT UUST THINK WE'VE SHRUNK... TO (5E INTO THESE "IOW BRIDGE'CARS' Time X.RIJ headroom eompiilsoM show RAMBLER las mote Irani »«l hudroomtluninf B!(3mike, intludlnj llu Mitel priced. " FRONT BEAR (MM) (inclm) Rambler Classic 36.0 34.5 a e r'. e '.Y.v.::3li £S I Special &F-85.. 34.0 33.6 Con/air ........ 33.5 33.5 Valiant* Lancer 33.6 33.1 THIS RAMBLER CLASSIC IS THE ONLY COMPACT FOR SIX ' -FOOTERS.' Excellence tFREE CAR X.RAY BOOKS AT ANY RAMBLER DEALER DID YOU KNOW-most people believe all compacts are small inside, but those trying a Classic are amazed at its big-car room, with more front- seat headroom than any Big 3 make, including the highest priced? Compare the advantages over other cars as shown in the illustrated Car X-Ray Books, free at Rambler dealers. J& "This Rambler Cla»sic is America's only middle-sized car!" A family reunion was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Gale Stoclcwell's and in attendance were Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs William 3e Kruif and Mr and Mrs Fred -.assahn,^ Mason City, Mr and Mrs William Tillman, Sioux City, and the respective families, and r and Mrs Loren Nelson. M. C. (Oscar) Melcalf, Irving Pudge) Miller and Ernie Georg eft Monday morning for Detroit, lich. to attend a meeting spon- ored by the Ford Motor Ci for epresentatives of authorized 'ord ji'coridil :>ntni? • 1 a n t s hrciughout the nation. Thp three en represented Univers 1 Mfg. cf Algona, of whi.h Mr Met- alt' is the head. Mrs G. W. Naylor and Judy are oing to Cedar Falls Friday to ttend the F.B.L.A convention, he Naylor family plans to send Saturday and Sunday aj. /Irshailtown and Green Moun- ain and will attend the Junior eague bowling tournament Sun- ay At Marshalltown they will e guests of • Mr and Mrs Fred Taylor. At Green Mountain they all visit with Mr and Mrs Keneth Lane. The Wesleyan Service Guild f the Methodist church has elec- cd new officers. Ila Bilsborough president; Eleonor Hutzell, ice president; Florence Snyder, ecording secretary' and Alvira Hanse, treasurer. Membership chairman is Flora Tiss; spiritual life chairman, Rose Loper; missionary education chairman, Inez Wolfe and Christian social relations chairman, Dorothy Schmidt. Bea Lynk and Dorothy Muckey nre in charge of courtesy cards ind flowers: Ermal Smith, publicity; Linnia Hiserodt, leisure time; Mavis Anderson, supply wbrk: Vera Graham, literature; and the nominating committee is Grarr: Diekmann, Neva Steven and Leona Smith. • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Minnie Larson of Titonka was a dinner finest in the Lloyd Bartlett home Friday. Mrs Larsen spcril Friday afternoon visiting in the Burnurd and Charles Phelps home. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs r red Jennings called at the ^helps home Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Gallon vero Sunday dinner guests in he Chester Smith home. Rambler Classic Custom, 6 or V-8 No other car is built like, saves like, lasts like the Classic with Rambler Excellence • DEEP-DIP «USTPROOFING, up to roof, lasts lonecst • RArfLE.FKEE,all-weldedSingle-Unitconstruc°io n ^ • PROVED LOWEST UPKEEP-voted most trou le-frse J PROVED LONG-TIME ECONOMY, ou.standing ^^ £ \Vbrlci standard of compact car excellence ™», outstanding jfas savings excellence PAU'S GARAGE. 125 $ 0 . Dodge St., Algona, Iowa CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES • Guaranteed Values • Guaranteed FIT Priced lower Thpn Ordinary] I Stock Garments Doe To Our I ' Very Uw Overhead i 109% AU WQOl I WORSTED ' 49.9$ , A T SHOP for Located In Cullen Hardware Mr and Mrs Bill Orthel ' Tuesday evening visitors In the Stanley Ruse home, Mr and Mr? Frank Walton, Faith and Eugene, Rolfe, were Sunday supper guests hi the Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson of Britt were Sunday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr and Mrs George Peterson and two grandchildren of fitort*' ka wore Sunday visitors of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow attended a party in the Lawrence Prcsthus home Saturday evening. 'Mrs Ray'Fitch was a visitor of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Saturday. Mrs Earl Miller Visited Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Monday. Mr and Mrs rClifford. Young spent. Saturday,' and Sunday af- Production Costs ternoon visiting Grandma (Mrs removed, Mrs Young seems to be A W) Young, who is in the St. getting along fine. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Mason . the, Portland Social GlUb Will Citv She entered the hospital meet Thursday afternoon, April Friday evening and was operated 13, in the home 6f Mrs Tony HORMEL LIVESTOCK STATION ALGONA, IOWA Why fight Bugs and Bites? 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