The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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—H (la.) Upper fees Matnfts Thursday, April 27, 1961 Mr and'Mrs Fred Hagen had a* allernoon and supper guests Sunday MfUnd Mrs Wayne Hagen of Tltonkli. 'Mr. and Mrs Clifford Haase had as dinner-guests Sunday Mr and Miis Wilfred Laabs, Fenton. The iirthday of Mrs Laabs was ob- erved. i¥i I Mr and Mrs Arnold Gerdis vhsre dinner guests Sunday Of Mrs Gerdis' mother, Mrs ;Harimah Tegtmey'er, Woden. . ' Mrs Marie Hawcolt and her brother and sister, Lee and Bess Hopkins, had as callers Sunday Mr and Mrs Howard Anderson, Wells, Minnesota. .Send n«e infbrmalion without obligation about your new hospital and surgical plan, guaranteed renewable for life, for men and women 60 years.and over. Name : * Address _z. Town A. J. "Arnie" Ricklefs Ins. Agency Representing WOODMAN ACCIDENT & LIFE CO. 2 East State St. Algona CY 4-4529 Mr and.Mrs Glen Graham.were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs. Kenneth May, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen spent Sunday at Amboy, Minn, with Mr arid Mrs Garme* fcweh. Mrs WilHam Dau Sr., tod Mrs Elizabeth Helmke spent Monday at Fort Dodg£. • Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and children were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Alvin PotraW, 'Fenton, Mrs Karl Hoffman attended funeral services last Wednesday at Font 'Dodge for Farther C. T. Sweeney. Mrs Minnie Hinken has returned from AHfadena, Calif., where 'she .spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Storm. Emil Hagg and Mr and Mrs Gordton Marquarat and chiflidreri, Adel, Visited ithe Albert Haggs and other relatives here Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Huizell drove to Cedar Falls Friday arid there were joined by the son Larry and his fiancee Karen Barta and went to Des Moines to see "Flower Drum Song". Among those who attended the bowling tournament Sunday at Marshalltown werei David Hanselman, Richard Feaster, Dick Pratit, John Sires and Don Zittrit- sch, who were taken there by Mrs John Hanselman. Cindy Hardy and her roommate Vivian Eink.v students ( at the Mankato college, Minn., spent the weekend with' the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardy. Siri Norton, also &• student there, spenit the 'wdekeftd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Norton. " Dr and Mrs Karl Hoffman and Mrs R. W. Anderson are going to Des Moines 'Sunday at abterid Iowa State dental meeting which will continue till Wednesday. Mrs Anderson is Dr. Hoffman's assistant. The doctors' meeting will be held at the Veterans Menu orial auditorium and the assistants'- meeting will be held at the Kirkwood hotel. . T(J IHC ^«w/www*«7 ^ , , RECORDED TtME... v HOWEVER., IT WAS NOT UNTIL W4 .3 mAT QUEEN ANNE OF ENGLAND GRANTEPA PATENT TO HENRY MILL FOKA 'WRITING MACHINE*. '-, me THOuenf WAS STIMULATING-.., JOO YfAttS SIMEN TRIE? i^r**r\tm* rrit* m wmmwrw * " *^ *^ w ^* « ^[ TO INVENT A PRACncAL TYPEWRITE/?... - - •-,,,:—. OF THE TYPEWRITER. fbf'ER.rEer ANO PRO" ' • PUCETHS MACHINE, H£ TiJRNEP TOE.REMINGTON '& f SOfj£ OF MOHAWfid VALLEY, W.k, THEN MAKERS OF SEW/NO MACffW£$ ... THLIS M f873, THE. REMINGTON, F/KST COMMERCIAL TYPEWRIT£R.,RESEM8LEP'A SEWING MACHINE. 0N'1893, THE "REM-BLfCK* FORERUNNER. O£ THE REMINGTOM PORTABLE OPAY, PORTABLE; , TYPEWRITERS PLAY A VITAL. ROLE M OURMOB/iE SOCIETY ^,<JP'ARE MELPlfJG AVtilONS • Of STUPENTS TO GAIN ANC7 •• Mr and Mrs Ed Hough are being visited by Mrs Gerturde Woith, ; Ovvatonna, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roy Hulzell had My .and Mrs s Ted Weinmaift and Mis Nina, Weinman, Fairmont, Minn., as dinner guests Sunday: Mr and (Mrs John, Hayes and M| -anidr Mrs'Hkrdld Sundet attended' (the Slate Farm Mutual Insurance convention ait , Des Moines. » , : .-. - • •..''•-'. CUTTING INVENTORY on Cadillacs-Buicks-Pontiacs-Studebakers on new cars that we have in stock we will discount them JUST CHUCK STICKER ON CAR WINDOW DEDUCT 10% Sale Ends Saturday, Apr.29 WE ARE IN A CONTEST FOR THE REST OF APRIL. NO SALESMAN OR SALESMAN'S COMMISSION. DEAL DIRECT WITH THE OWNERS. BUT HURRY! TOP TRADE-IN ON YOUR USED CAR OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 P. M. ROS CADILLAC - PONTIAC - QUICK - STUDEBAKER CUT RATE GASOLINE AND OIL Complete Garage Service HIGHWAY 169 AT FAWGUOUNUS — ALGONA Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh, Jaque and Janice are vacationing at New Orieans, La. < j Mrs George Kohl was visited overi the weekend by -Mr ahfd Mrs Harvey Kohl, Des Moines!, | Mr? and Mrs' Marten Smith are parents of a daughter, whom tHey have named .Lori Ann, born Afar. 23. '"'•:'': ' . •'• Mrs Phil Kohlhaas transacted business at .Cresco Monday an\d was aciompaniied by Mr and Mrs George' Ricke/ Wesley. ' >j Dr. and Mrs C. L. Plott and family and Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen and family went to Sioux CKy Saturday to see the Shrine circus. Mr and Mrs James Will and family spenit the ' weekend at Sioux City with Mr and Mrs Don Price. With them they attended the Shrine circus. ' ~ ; Mr and Mrs John Helmsrs spent last week at Fort Dodge with their daughter, Mrs Virgil Wit schusen. while Mr Wilschusen was ait Brainerd, Minn. Sue La Barre has been elected junior representative to the group of 20 boys and girls from, the four classes to plan school activities at Iowa State University. ; .} Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson were visited recently by Mr and Mrs James Haynes;of Monrovia, Calif. The son Steve who had been living at Cedar Falls returned to California with them. Mr and Mrs John Grolte spent the weekend at Windom, Minn., where they attended funeral services for Nobel Peterson, 68, cousin of Mrs Grotte. They also visited Mr and Mrs : Jack Glidden. The Grottes had as guests Friday Mr. and, Mrs. G. O. Ukers, Webster City. Mrs Oswald Lalllef aecornpon. ted her flfetihew and wife, Mf and Mrs Kenneth Lallier, HUmboldt, ito Worthington, Minn, for a weekend visit with Mr amd M>s Julius Mrs, Augusta Belli has been visited by her eon, and grandson, Milton Beitz and. Sam, Mbttey, Minn. Other 'guests laist week were Mr and Mrs Raymond Hanson, Grefene. ' ! " jerry Lewis was In Eldora early this week 5 ' Attending 'a camp board" meeting, The Regular Baptist, church has: a summer camp at Ventura find the mealing was to make plans for the sumer. Mr and Mrs' Alden MeAtfaiiia had .as' guests • Sunday Mr' -and Mrs Alan Banning, Des Moines. This coming Sunday ithey will be visited b^ Mr and Mrs Juiltan Ixwiyn, -alsio of Des Moines. Mrs Harold Gust, Mobile. Ala., came Monday to see her mother, Mrs Rose Anderson, who is at the Good Samaritan Nursing . home. Mi's. Anderson as quite "frafl arid has, been .in failing health of lafe. Mi's Giiftt is the former Abbie Anderson, , sister of Everett and Holmari Anderson, and wefllremembered. ; '' - -. ' Mrs s Thebddre ftufchison left Wednesday ,yia iplajne, from Malson City for Auburndale, near' 'Boston, Mass.; to spend some time with he,'r son arid daughter-iri-4aW, Mr -and Mra Ted' Hutehison, fo whom; a sort Was' born recently. Last-week Mr..'Huitchison Sr., was in Chicago on business and his wife joined him there. They > visited with the sister, Dorolthy Hutchison, at Bvanston, Mrs Andrew Hansen has received wqril from Mrs Paul Benjamin, Miami, Fla., telling-'of the death of! her husbandi v April 17 following about ten years of sickness. For some time he had been at the Veterans hospital. He was graduated here with the dass of 1915 and a few years dalter married Alice Moline of Algeria who with the. daughter, Dorothy,' Mrs. B. McFaddeh a'nd four children,' and daughter Marilyn, and sister, Mrs Mary McDade survive him. His parents amd brother/ • Prof; 'arid Mrs L. J. Benjamin and Ralph have been deceased many years. Soon after' their marriage, 'Mr. and Mrs Benjamin moved to Des Moines and a few , years later wenit to Florida] ' animal; Which appears iibrmal In rural jwaquoneia«nao o. . fvf -, pinn uie, .wan wy> .•»"",""- % -« barn recently. At 3 d a y S ;6idihe stand- fflnet, hmVtt, h S has-be- calf weighed only 20_pouhd3. the fcome M-'ftfak? a A, pup. Former Algona Lady's Daughter To Wed In June Mr and Mrs James Tornabane, Ft. Dodge, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage June 24 of their daughter, Karen Jo, shown here, to Douglas- Anthony- Mose, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Mose, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. She is an airline hostess for Braniff "Airways at Minneapolis. Mr Mose'is: a pitat for Precision Scientific Corp. at Chicago. Mrs Tornabane is 'the former Evelyn Capesius, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius. Iowa spent 41 percent of its state general tax dollar on highways in 1959. This compared with 29 percent national average, 'if V WITH; THE PjUflCHASE OF, Get Your Paint now and receive your beautiful Rose Bush FREE (Value $2.49). No catches — But Hurry —; this offer good during •April ONLY!-" . Wallpaper 10 Single Rolls .,, . , . $1.00 10 Single Roll$ ..... . $2.00 10 Single Ceiling Rolls , . . $3.00 Carsons for Color CY 4-2891 ALGONA If You*re Thinking of BUYING a CAR, and YOU need M il N f ¥ mam SCC 1/5 ^IIJIJBr ^^W ^^^9 ^^^^^^^^^^ . ^^^V , ; . -. • , ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^P FOR A LOW COST CAR LOAN *""" WITH LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS Security State Bank "Your Friendly Bank" MEMHEtt OF F. D. I. C. ALGONA, IOWA

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