The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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kn® 2-AIflftno (1o.) Upp 27, 1961 Shower Honoree A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday- afser- noon at the K. C. -ball for Maiy lid Erpcldinjg whose marriage to Ed Kisch win take place May 6. Hostesses were Mesdames Justin Becker, Nick Bortnann. Henry Bormann, Pete Bormann. Charles Bormann. Art I31g. Eld Frideres. Robert Harrison, I*. A. Winkel, Mike Schmrt and Marvin ^pel- ding. Cards were played and refreshments served. Sororiiy Meeting Alpha Xi sorority held its party meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Helen Schlievert. Plans for the Spring Formal were completed. Dinner reservations should be called to. Denise Cook not later than noon April 28. Installation of officers will take place at the newt' meeting at Ruth Thuente's ./-"'"Some. New officers are Norma Marshall, president, Jan Troutman, vice president, Lois Furst, secretary and Barbara Schattschneider, treasurer. Room- Chataps j Cue •«• is. Pet*-. Clayton Percival i ans! Matthew Streit gave a six ' o'clock dinner Saturday evening at Van's Cafe far Algona's con! ference championship basketball i Seearsv Leonard Funk, Larry Klein, | Lgrnn Kueck. Gary Peer. : Bob Pereival* Dick Pratt, Charles Strait. Maynard Shackelford, Den- ass Waller, Tom Waller, Bffl Wetzel and Dean WiHrett Also present ware the coaches, Howard S;ephenson and James Hersh- bcrger, and managers -Bob Hoi- comb, Randy Hannes. Craig Lewellyn, the third manager, was unable <to be present Co-captains were Gary Peer and Leonard Funk. The letters were also awarded at this time. To Baptize Son The baptism of Mark Charles, infant son of Mr and Mrs Don Ferris, will be held Sunday morning at St. Cecelia's Calhoiic church. Sponsors are Thomas Enderle, Keokuk, and Charlene La Barre. LAST WEEK! AYSER Hosiery Spring Sale Hundreds of wise women have been stocking up on stockings in our famous Kayser Sale ... and YOU still have time to do the same! All the popular styles in famous Kayser nylons are ON SALE! . . choose seamless or full-fashioned in plain or mesh. Even famous Fit-All-Tops included. Come and save big on, wonderful Kayser stockings at Graham's. THE KAYSER SPRING SALE ENDSiSATURDAY ! ! ! Buy one, two,, three .pairs, or a whole stocking vfiard- robe f- because'you -save- BIG! ** $1.35 NYLONS Last Week On Sale For $1.50 - $1.65 NYLONS KAYSER K1 Seamless Mesh Nylons {REGULARLY SI.35) KAYSER K2 Seamless Heel & Toe (REGULARLY 51.35) KAYSER 6515 Evening Sheers (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 6530 Service Weight (REGULARLY $1.35) KAYSER 711 Luxury Sheer Stretch (REGULARLY $1.35) 99c 99c 99c 99c 99c KAYSER 530 — Fit-All-Top Xylons Reg. $1.50 ._" $1.19 KAYSER K20 — Seamless Stretch Reg. $1.65 $1.19 KAYSER K4 — Seamless Demi-Toe Reg. $1.50 $1.19 pairs for 82.90 pairs 83.50 GRAHAM'S SMASHING "SPRING COAT SUCCESS" now comes to you in fascinating new coat colors, IRIDESCENT SHADES! ALL-WEATHER COATS They're REVERSIBLE The newest, most exciting coat fashion of the year — for now and through summer into fal! — now Graham's has it in scrumptious IRIDESCENT BLUE AND IRIDESCENT LIME! It's a coat you can wear with any costume — Plain on one side, print on the other, wear it either way at will. Look smart and be protected against any weath- r. We have it in the popular casual Beige shade, too. Complete sizes, for every woman, miss, junior from 8 to 18! IT'S REVERSIBLE — Wear Plain Side Out One Day — Print Side Out ing next! Baby Baptized Baptismal rites were held Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church for Audrey Ann, itrfant daughter of Mr' and Mrs Richard Helmers. Sponsors were P e ,t e Helmers and Doris Bysdn, LuVefne. A family dinner wste held/laUbwing the services at which present were.Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers and Tony, Waterloo, and Mrs Margaret Byson and Doris, Lu- Verne. Mrs Byspn is the maternal grandmother. Patricia Hopkins, 10 Mrs John Hopkins gave a party Saturday afternoon, April 15, -honoring .the tenth birthday of her daughter, Patricia. Giiesis were Kathy Buchanan, Cindy Heeren, Joyce Gabriefcon. Jane Jorgenson, Kathy, Ann. Jeanne Taylor and Judy Sigsbee. Man McCullough, Kathy Skow and Kristy Young were tfflablfi to be. present. Games were #M|re& and refreshment served. Newcomer Activities . '-, The Algona Newcomers met al Van's Cafe, Tuesday, April 18th. Following a brief meeting the evening fras enjoyed placing Court-whist. Julie Winkel won high and Mrs Elsie Dugan wtJn second high. The Algona Newcomers will hold iheir» next meeting at Van's on May 2nd. After a short meet* ling, 'the evening will be spent playing bridge and five hundred. 45th Anniversary Si. .Cecelia Court C.D. of A^ AJgnna will -celebrate Hheir 45th Anniversary Sunday, A|Mfl. • 30, with a daaner at Sit, CsteeEa's parish haSl Msgr, Grtftcman of Carroll Slate C.D. of A. Chaplain, will be featured speaker. Birthday Clutt , ,- , Mrs. Nick tf-isch 4 entertained. h«r birthday club a wfeek ago •ffdday. The aflflry^rfiary of Mi* 'fames Kelso was observed. Mrs. Carlson Hostess Mrs. E. B. Carlson entertained her bridge club Wednesday eve^ tog- Garden Signs To Be Erected Here ine Algona Federated Vfo* man's CJub met Monday evening. The main item of business wfis the report on the progress of the club's Community Improvement project, given by Mrs Lyte Steele, chairman of the committee/ Con* suJtations were held with Mayor Shierk "and *he park board ^regarding signs for the rose gardens east of Bryant school. Permission •was given by the council to erect signs. , ' ( , v ',, ThV rose flardafi signs wire planted ftn(f designed by thi cfemlttel mA wm "be placed <«« flie Athfletic ParK, corner of Jones "aft "North Street and near th'e Underpass, all .on highway .169, Algona. Mrs. August Slagle gave a paper on Gerontology and then .introduced Bev,erly„,, Zumach aiid Ellen Carlson,as workers from the Good SamarStih 1 Home who explained th.6 n&t auxiliary* which has reeenftly beeh formed. .', f Old ttrhe songs were stfee,and enjoyed by the club women ana directed by Mrs Caughenour, Test 26 Herds, March D.H.I.A, Twenty-six herds were tested on D. H. L A. and twenty-nine herds were tested on owner-sam- in M«h, According to For , Sftea Cilty, D. H. t . 1'3 Ibs, of butter- f*at per cow per day were owned by Hilbert Biersledit, Herman and Gerund sodefberg, r C; "H;: • Wit hfetonl, Ha«ynBflrJe1.tii /Lender Menke, Martin Harrrts, .Rajph Angle '& Engstrom, Ed Tigges, Dale Schroeder, Ralph H. Walker, Jr;, Virgil Bosma, George Wffllen- Advin Boettcher, ,, Milton John Ruger. Cancer Crusade The sounid of ringing door bells wifll signal the-start-jof the 1961 Crusade of the American Cancer Society. Volunteers. of Kosstlth County will call.ofi. .'homes ;0f friends 'and neighbors ito-distri- bulte educational leaflelts, which coulet save 4ives, . according io Aingus 'Cotton, county chairman of the C heard money spen^ 'dft • bring us any, neafW '•solution $f the problafii? If dioea^We'eto. w*w report th»t there ajft more than 1,000,000 / HV Amlans who have been, c Mrs Al 'Smith of tJuetnsey recently celebrated her 97th birthday. One of the highlights of her life wal when-the* first airplane designed and 3 flown by the Wright brothers flew ovfer her farm at Clarksburg, W. V&. Shtj says it looked liHJe a couple of fencing boards crossed over with a basket hanging clown below. NEED PRlrtflNa? The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too small; no job too big. Phone CY 4-3535. BEAT THAT NATIONAL MEAT 99 ' Boneless, 'Easy Slice, Fully C H4HT PRICES FOR APRIL 27-28*2? i i |_|^l^^^K^^^—~^B«>W Qaantity EJehte Swerved •NO 8C*B ABOUT IT—TKeje completely boneless* completely cooieq. henu an pffecncaffy 'WASTE FREi — JIB* at "e*Bng" meat. Tender, {wicy P"*. toadied wWi ifcat jugar cured goodness <rf oid-fattibned bam. WHOLE HAMS. .PER UL ^ *» _ . . .. _ The Natural Mate' for Every Mepf Ocean Spray CRANBERRY SAUCE 16-ox. Can 25 C FROZEN f. fc«p. Plump CHICKENS Tender young whole chictens to fry or broil. »ERLfc .„>'.._ Tho» DeficKiuj Haley Wh3» Meat HALIBUT STEAKS, PER 59 AH Notional Meal ' Guaranteed to G/Ve Comp/e/e Sat'isfactioa or Yarn Money lock HOME FREEZER SPECIAL Ground Beef 10 Lbs. Minute Steaks SUM. Chuck Steaks ....... 10 Lbs. Spareribs 6 Lbs. Perch Fillets ........ 10 Lbs. WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER SAVE $3.15 ' ; 4i UH. ; $1QOO Rej. K2.J SHOW OHLT ...... 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