The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
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Mrs. Howard Plait entertained her birthday club Friday. Mis. Mike Arend was hdsiess to her card club Tuesday afternoon. The Royal Neighbor convention is being held Monday, June 4, at Armstrong. . Mr. arid Mrs. R.SJph Donbvan spent the weekend at'their Spirit Lake .cottage. Wade Hansen suffered a hearf attack Sunday and is hospitalized at St. Ann. • Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ditch, Claremont, Minn., visited with friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Squire* •and children, Osage, visited Sum dav at the Ezra Blanchard home. Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth, is-home'from Briar Cliffe college, Sioux City, for the summer. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ureh'have been at Greenville, N. C., to attend the graduation of their daughter,, Beverly. ..." .-\ Eunice Traub left Saturday Jo join her husband, Robert, who is stationed at Forbes Air Force Base, Topeka. Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. /Leroy Craoser and their grandchildren Ellen and Mark Mains spent Sunday >at Beeds Lake. Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman ^and 'David and Mrs. Tom Elefson, Sexton.' spent Memorial Day fishijig at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Leo Lallier was visited Saturday by her sister, Mrs.'Curtis Anderson.. Clarion, and Mrs. Darlene Kelch, DCS Moines. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Sefrit and Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman went to Des Moines Saturday to attend "The Sound of Music". Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris,, is home from Ames where he was enrolled 'at the university. He is ; employed here for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stebritz nnd Kenneth. Cucamdhtra, Cal. have been visiting with their respective parents, the W. O. Dun- lor>s and Frank Stebritz. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Irwin 'Wetzel. -Lone Rock, to Fort Dodge Sunday where they spent the dav with Mr. and Mrs. Omar M/Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. T. James Palmer tire at Ames attending baccalaureate and 'graduation exercises at fowa State University. Their. Jaughter, Marilyn, who is majoring in art, IsJorie>of-the^ gra'du~ atcs. . '•':.' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harr were here last week visiting the parents and mother, Mr. 'arfl Mrs. J. P. Smith and Mrs. Edna Harr. Mrs. Edna Harr returned with them for a visit from Thursday till Sunday. ! Mrs.'Harry Greenberg has returned from a three week so-' journ at Topekv, Kan., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David .August, having,,been called there by the sicknes and hospitaliza- , tion of her mother. Mrs. Imelda Engesser received word Sunday of the accident at Prairie Du Chein, Wis., in which her brother William, his wife, Katherine, and daughter, Mary were injured. Mr. Dgoley was the least injured but he and the daughter are in the hospital there. Mrs. Dooley was taken to Rochester, Minn., suffering from si.'vere 'head injuries and at this- writing was still unconscious. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. fuller went to Spencer Memorial Day to be with relatives. Mrs. Joe Greenberg returned last Week from Des Moines where she had visited Mr, and Mrs. Doa Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson spent Friday evening at Eagle Grove with Mr. and Mrs. John Hartl. Mrs, Nick Fisch spent Memorial Day at St. Joe and was dinner guest of Mr. and MrS. Anton Weydert, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith Were visited Sunday by Mr. arid Mrs. Howard Rullcdgc and family. Cedar Falls. . Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Finldy had Mr. and Mrs.. M. R. Firiley, Brookings. S. D., as overnight guests Friday,, '-.•• . ' Mr. .and Mrs. Wendell Feaster spent Sunday at Bradg«te with Mrs. Fcaster's parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Ole- Knutson, ..; Mr. and . Mrs. Herman Funk were visited from Friday' till Tuesday by their daughter, Florence; who is employed in. Chica4 go. V Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox attended the graduation Sunday at Bancroft of their niece, 'Mbry Lea Renger, and nephew, David Fox. ••Mr. and Mrs. Hanney Leek and family are- vacationing : in Colorado. They are carrying camping equipment and will visit various western sites. , Mr. and Mrs, Henry Moore will host Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hohensee and family, Marion, who will be here to attend graduation ot the Moore's son, John. ; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Essef are moving into their new home on Commercial and Durant streets. Their home on East North street has ber.n rented to Robert Graybill. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlelt have as guest the former's father, Dr.'G. E, Bartlett, New Sharon, who came Saturday for the Graduation of the granddaughter B-rhara Bartlett. Mrs. W. A. Foster went to Independence Wednesday to 'attenf funeral services for her sister Mrs. J. E. Rawson, 85, who had been in failing health for some timp with a hcnrt ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore anc' Mrs. Margueri.te Moore Gardner have- been visited by'Mr. and Mr& Harold-Moore, Rochelle, 111, who will also visit frien-ls and relatives at Ortonville, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder at; tended the Graduation exerciser Friday at Elfnore, Minn,, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kelley. Open housp wfris held at Mr. and Mrs. Merr!!' Smith's following the SP-V^PS Mrs. Smith is a niece of Mrs. Snvder. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer re ceived a phone call from their son, Pvt. Jerry Meyev from New York enroute to Greenland where he will be stationed for the next 18 months. Jerry recently com-' pleted eight weeks of schooling at Fort Bliss, Texas, in firin? and control of Hercules missiles. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilen feld went to Forest City last Tuesday to attend the graduation of the C. A. Geilenfeld's grand ^ son, .Fames Donohue. son of Mr and Mrs. Marion Donohue. 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Firestone Distributor* AVAILABLE AT CHARUp'S D-X - ID'S D- Fenton Algona QPSAL'S P*X Swea City BUTCH'S D-X Wh!tt«moro -WA6NIR D-X Algona - IIAERT'S D-X LuVfrn« Mr, and Mrs. ftaymond 651berf Sunday at Estherville with Mf. ahd Mrs. Perl Partello. .." Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore had 'as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Marve Franzen, Clear Lake. They took them to ftapidan where the Gilmorcs have a summer cottage, Mfg. Mae Raney attended the commital rites Friday iat Wesley tot Mrs. William Shorewalter, Kansas Qity, Mo., who died last .January. Mrs. Shorewalter was {the former Maude Braun of Sex••ton. . : .-. , .-, I M#i. Andrew Hansen had as Quest's Sunday Frances Wright, ,Bagl6 Grove, and Mrs. Clarence Achilles, New Hampton. The Women arc former high school class- mntns. • Mr. and Mrs. Williagi Geerinq drove to Spencer Saturday and took home their granddaughter, Billle Jdan, daughter of the Rev, and Mrs.-Everett Black, who has been visiting here the past fort- n!»ht. ' Following graduation exercises at Ga'rrigan hish school, Sunday, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hood were hosts at dinner at the Algona Hotel in honor of their daughter. Mary Jean,'one of the 1961 graduates at.Garrigan. , Mis. Jean Wadsworth who has spent several months at Childers-berg and Birmingham, Ala., with her nephew and wife, Dr. and Mrs. James Bushnell and brother, Arch Bushnell, respectively, has returned here for the sum-, mer. Mrs. Arthur Krause has returned from a visit at Middleport, N. Y., with her brother, Carl Hanson. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ira Benedict Monrovia, Calif. They also visited in Racine ,and Milwaukee and at the Clarion hospital visited With a,sister, Mrs. Walter Flower, Eagle Grove. The Wilbur Holdrens "were hosts to'the Townsend Club May 23. Program numbers were "given by Mrs. A. M. Anderson and Mrs. Holdren. Memorial services .'for 'deceased members were also held, with Mrs. T. J. Fisher, Mrs. Holdren and Mrs. AnderSfin participating. Next meeting is Jun 13 at the W. It. Car'rte'y fioffle' Mr and Mrs M. C. Metealf and son Carter returned recently from a trip to Miami, where Mr Melcalf attended a converttioh meeting of the Automotive Engine Rebuilders Ass'ri, He heads Universal Manufacturing Co. of Algona, authorized Ford motor and automotive parts rebuilders for Iowa, and portions of .Nebiras- ka and South Dakota. Miss Phillips, TomZweifel Wed May Sandra Jo Phillips became the bride of H. Tom Zwiefcl in a ceremony Sunday, May 28 h\ Trinity Lutheran church. The couple's Barents are Mr. and Mrs* 1 .Grady Phillies rwd Mr. andiMrs. H. T. Zweifel,'all of Algona, Rev. G. J. C. Gerike, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Wil J bur Ruhnko was organist and Ken and Karen Lunsman, Spencer, sang two numbers. Sandra Bay was maid 6f honor and the bride's sister, Gayle Phillips was bridesmaid. Robert Harms was best man; Dick Perry > groomsman, and Terry Zweifel and Howard Forsberg seated the guests. The bride wore a gown of nylon organza fashioned with an 'appliqued roses lining,, the Sabrina neckline. The fitted bodice, was accented with ' appliqued roses and the bouffant skirt ha<* a larpe bow and streamers in back, The sleeves were short and shirred with matching mitts. Her shoulder length* veil' of illusion net fell 'from a crown of hand- cut crystals. Her flowers were ,-a cascade bouquet of white carna- tionsi and blue stephanotis. Immediately foltewing the ccf* uate of Algonft hlgh^ school jmd Thursday, Juna T, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moln«~3 emony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Howard Forsberg w>as hostess and Mrs 1 . Robert Perry and Mrs. Howard Lunsman poured. The bride is a graduate of Al* gona Community high school and was 1959 Band Queen. She attended the State University ol Iowa has been employed at Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. for the past year. The bridegroom is also a grad- MOTOR • REPAIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la The Freshest Strawberries in Town ! . Direct from the Coast GARDEN RIPE GARDEN 3 Lbs. STANDBY FANCY RED 1 Lb. Tall Can 89c JUST ARRIVED GARDEN KOSHER OR DILL \ *.$ 3 Large 22 Oz. Jars $1 CELERY GIANT STALK 19c ENO-BOY JUMBO ORANGES 8 Lb. Bag 98c NEW' WHITE 10 Lbs. 49c FLORIDA PURE Hr-usab!e Full Quart Hegrigerator Jar GE JUICE 39 C I AU CITS fi j STEAKS Cut To Order For Cook Outs fender — Juicy — Lean MIGHTY GOOD EATING HORMEL'S FRESH LEAN CUTLETS Lb. ALL MEAT SKINLESS FRANKS • 49 C OPiN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. DQNT FORGET FRiE DELIVERY w'as credit manager for the Sherwin-Williams Co. here,' and now has a similar position with the company at Fairmont, • Minrt. 1 couple will live at Fairmont. After a wedding trip, the | -—— ' 1961 OUR RUBY YEAR women's corduroy tennis type oxfords 4O SPECIAL PURCHASE, FAMOUS U.S. MAKER'S SURPLUS! $3 &$4 QUALITIES Because of a famous maker's surplus, we made a special purchase o* quality cotton corduroy tapered-toe tennis oxfords. We're passing the savings on to you! These leisure foot fashions are .the most in style, comfort 'n good looks! Arch cushions for cloud-soft comfortl Washable., • White, black, loden green. 4-10, narrow & medium.. ',*>,% ,.^ *i «*„;-,-•. , ^terrific values.,;^ 1^^;t*W*m?fr$^ v«/**:-AJtn.-f nd| Bay*'':* £ •f T » » r J" ' . " *rf» X/» ,*. .,. „». * r '^_* *j^_ -;^ t> . at a lW, low •' ,' w time for ; the aupajtner season! Comfortable " <?xfp4 styles give good support. , blue, red, brown or pltUd siae for mom, sis and brother c ' er. ' FOR DAD and th<? ,. , .BOYS , . . black lu- ! ^> ? shoes with thick white rubber solea. All have , , cushion ineoles and >' .' ' white non-md'kin? iubbo>- solos. Ml .v the new, pointy toe white tennis oxfords NARROW AND MEDIUM V/IDTKS liasy-to-care-i'ur machine washables are cool 'n comfy for summer. Tapered toe .style with duck uppers, white rubber soles, cushion insoles. Vomen'a, 4-9. Round-Toe Style for men and boys; men's 6'2 to 12, boys, 2'/a to 6 men's, boys' BREEZY C-O-O-L-S Buy *em for •avirigtwear 'em for O enuiue cool comfort! Washable monk's cloth vulcanized to cushiony cork-crepe soles. Boy»' sizes 2^ to 6; men's sizes 6% to 11.

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