The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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UBLE AM| r INVENTORY 0A LE Having lust closed our Jewelry Sfore In Emmefsburg, we are now offering TERRIFIC REDUCTIONS on the combined inventory at OUR ALGONA STORE) BUY NOW FOR GRAD- UAf ION, WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY GIFTS, or Items you need for yourself. • Brand Name Merchandise • All Hems Guaranteed! I SAVE NOW! On Brand Name Diamonds And Diamond Mountings GENT'S WATERPROOF WATCHES $ NOW FROM 15-95 LADIES' WATCHES NOW FROM $ 19-95 VERY SPECIAL! NECKLACE AND EARRING SETS Starting At 1.18 • BIG SAVINGS • on o Fountain Pens o Billfolds • Watch Bands • I. D. Bracelets • Rings • Jewelry and • Gift Items. PRICES SLASHED ON SILVER FLATWARE Choose your favorite silver patterns and buy during this sale at real savings. 8-Algona (lo.) Upper DM Maine* Thursday, May 18, 1961 "-•>•-""-tllhll. m AtOHosen WILTGEN JEWELERS IN ALGONA Oliosen — Wanda Jacobson was honored at a, miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday, evening at the Commercial Club building. Handkerchief corsages, made by Mrs Elizabeth Anliker of Wept Bend, were given, the Wide-sleet, her mother, Mrs Bertha,'Jacobson, her grandm6ther, Mrs Gunda Enockson, and her twirl nieces, Bonnie and Brenda Jacobson, The latiter two .were in. charge of the guest book, where 120 guests registered. Mrs Louis Jacobson announced the program. Mrs Ralph Jacobson gave a reading. Mary-Jo Anliker of West Bend, sang, accompanied by Esther Otto. Mrs Loren Daniel gave a reading, "The Bride's First Meal", Ten of Miss Jaeobson's nieces sang "Love and Marriage" and "Ten Pretty Girts". They were Ka'thy, Jackie, Patty,' Carrie, Bonnie and ;Brenda Jacobson and Arlys Ann, Amy, Joye and Jana Wehrspann. They were accompanied by Mrs Aifrec Schultz. ' •=•-'' neiiping with the -gifts were Mrs Glenn Jacobsen, Mrs Allai Wehrspann, Joye Wehrspann anc Paibty Jacobson. Hostesses were Mrs Oscar Oppedahl, Mrs Lor'en Daniel, Mrs Elizabeth Anliker of West Bend Mrs Louis Kelley of Algona, Mrs James Jacobson of Ruitland, Mrs Arthur Lovig, Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Chester Almej Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs Earl Long, Mr? Ralph Jacobson, Mrs, Allan Wehrspann, Mrs Edward ZJnnel, Mrs H. J. Nielsen, Mrs Laurel Worster, Miss Margaret Holt, Mrs Percy Watnem, Mrs Ed Kemna, Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Alfred Schulitz, Mrs'Clara Solberg, Mrs Donald Cooper, Mrs. 'Jacob Ry|, Mus DeVere Mewton. Mfs t«o Toftebefg. AfrS. Vffgit StititHefS and Mrs txjuis JacobsOft. Announcement has been, made of the engagement , r THE HUB CLOTHIERS MAY SPECIAL! NUS DAYS -ONLY THREE MORE DAYS- Thursday — Friday — Saturday * FREE as SLACKS WITH PURCHASE OF. ANY SPORT COAT FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK PRICED FROM $24.95 to $39.95 Just four days to take advantage of this offer ... buy any sport coat in our tremendous stock priced from $24.95 to $39.95 and get your choice of an $8.95 pair of slacks Free . . . this is out of our regular stock — quality merchandise in every respect ... all new spring shades and styles. 3 Other 'Bonus Buys' Lightweight JACKETS 3.99 Just in time for spring, these jackets regularly selling up to $6.95 now at this low price . . . zipper styles in the shades that are selling this spring. Come early for best selection. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Here's a value you better stock up on this week . . cool/ cotton white short sleeve dress shirts . . wear 'em with or without a tie .. bearing the famous CAMPUS label. .98 SPECIAL GROUP OF SPORT SHIRTS A wide assortment regularly selling for $2.98 . . cotton "Wash 'n Wears" in many styles, colors . . from our regular stock . . . you save ONE BUCK ON EVERY SHIRT. 99 There Never Will Be a disappointed "Graduate" when your gift bears a "Hub" label. daughter of . Mrs ' ' Silvan . Jaeob son, of Ottosert and the late Sylvan Jacdbsonj t6 Howard ftlentme of" Hubbaf d, soft of the Me Mr and Mitf Ca/I Kl6mtne. *he wed-> dihg will be June 3. • . Miss Jacobsoft !is presently teaching the fourth gradfe in the HUbbard school. She aittended Waldorf Co'Mege at fotest City attd summer school- at Colorado State College in Gfeeley. Mr. Kttemme served. 18 montte in. the U.S. Navy and' is engaged in farming south 'of Hubbard. Wed 35 Years One hundred guests honored Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer Friday evening, May 12, ait .their home on their, thirty-fifth wedding anniversary. The anniversary celebration was given by their sons and families, the Edgar Meyers of Algona, the Paul Me yers and Victor Meyers and El don Meyer. A/2 Henry Meyer of Travis Air Force Base Calif. and his, family were unable to attend. •Mrs Raymond Wehrspann baked the anniversary cake. The cake was cut and served by Mrs Harold Vosberg and Mrs Dave Coleman. Mrs Junior Hanson poured the coffee. Guest Day TJje U.P.W. met Wednesday afternoon. Following the opening hymn, Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the prayer. The president, Mrs Albert Thorsen gave the welcome Mary Anne Holt played.' a flute solo, accompanied by Mrs Merle Holt. Mrs Harold' Mountain, gave several readings: Marlys Larson played a trumpet solo. The oldest mother, Mrs Caroline Telford was presented a gift. Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk was ithe program, chairman. Others on the committee were -Mrs Mike Frohling and Mrs Alfred Schultz. M> and Mfis ttewy" Srjf6ttchfiP and Mr and Mrs Albert Slejper were Sunday evening visitors ait the Htifte* ftf Mf aftd' Mrs Fred •LAKOTA By Mrs Darwin Meyer Moonlighlt and Roses was the theme for the Junior-Senior Banquet' held a't the Lakota High School gymnasium Saturday evening, May 14. Waitresses were 'our sophomores, Patsy Tjaden, Janice Thompson, Marilyn Rip- jentrop and: Caroline Groff. Larry Jecker, Alice darken, Linda Koppen, John Cordes, Paul Geilen- teldt, Clare Barrett and John ,W. 2ook appeared on the program. Miss Lettow, Kossuith county home economist, attended the 4-H Tea at the home of Mrs C. A. Guitknecht Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner, and family Mr and Mrs Ernest Wortman, Jenny, Lena, Emma, and Ed Gutknecht were Mother's >ay dinner guests at ithe home of Mr and Mrs C. A. Gutknecht. Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Boetitcher home were Mr and Mrs Leonard Boefttcher and amily of Wirmebago, Minn, and rlr and Mrs Alvin Boettcher and ami'ly. Mr and Mrs C. T. Enneberg and Rochelle were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Eh- leberg's folks, Mr and Mrs Owen 'eters at Emmons, Minn. •Mr and Mrs Emory Galloway of Lakota moved to Mason City May 16. , Lutfiiran . Brotherhood m e t Wednesday, Cevotiorts were con* ducted by the faster. Lunch' was served by- James Mevtrer, fiarwln Meyer and CHafles Mertzke, Lutheran 'church wotnen> met Thursday,. Quarterly reports were given. Joyce Wentworth conducted d«taltions.< Lunch was served. The Lakdba Garden Club met ait the home of Mrs Ray Hertzke May 9. Mrs Hertzke gave a report. Details on the State Flower Show which will be held in Fort Dodge May 27-28 were given. Mrs .W. C. Vodraska gave a report, Lunch was served by ithe hostess. Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner attended he Alumni dance at Beuna Vista College ait Sltorm Lake Wednesday evening. Members of the first grade class under the direction of Mrs Arvick had & Mothers Day pro gram at the school Friday afternoon. For the program all the children took-part. After the program the mothers were presented with a gift'. Lunch was served. Henry MltcheM, one of the cus ' todians at the school, injured his leg when he slipped on the sitalrs Tuesday evening. He is on crutches and will be unable to work for some time. UDM C>«ssiite<is Par Dividend* KB20 FORAGE BLOWER • Wtal for wnlsr-filllng Mo operation • (foiTgntd to accommodate tallest itlos • uiuquolled capacity, veriallllly • automotive 1yp» blower steering for •aster positioning • retain! ell proven Koof» Forage Blower feature! • designed for use with end unloading wagoni . FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ABOUT KOOLS NEW KBZO, KB30, AND KB40 FORAGE BLOWERS, CONTACT-" BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main Algona NOW! Peimey's cuts prices on famous Big Mac sets 3 29 cotton twill pants NOW 2 W matching Whirls NOW f flu** Hut finally fefertoi S EYE OPENERS IBIULOWY PRINT For that special occasion.' (Jean Lang creates a flg> lire flattering fashion tn a softly shirred cotton voile. It's a lovely, Italian design print with a full, full skirt and jewel-studded belt. Surest way to keep cool • and comfortable. Sizes 10 to 18. $29.98 PRETTY STROLLER There's fashion excitement In the easy fit of this.chic little dress by Jean Lang. You'll love'its cool comfort all summer long. Textured rayon with a real linen look. In sizes 10 to 16. $24.98 THE GREAT DOTS Dramatic, dazzling dots march across this ultra cool party sheer cotton voile by Jean Lang. The skirt bells out prettily and the little waist is belted.Thj bodice . . .' gently gathered. In iizes 10 to 18. $29.98 Cn rise © IP hill 0S

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