The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 30
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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(la.) Upper fa Molnw .fliurttlaY, July 13, 1961 Ila Bilsborough spent Sunday at Britt with Mr. and Mrs. M O. Richards. Mrs. Hilda Gronwall has bee: visited by- Mr. and Mrs. Jerrx Gronwall, Fullerton, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Burns hat. Rep. and Mrs. Floyd Edgington Sheffield, as callers Sunday. Mfc and Mrs. Bert Muckey have returned from a visit of . month with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allis, Minneapolis. Mrs., Emily Ringgenberg hao had as guests Mr. and Mrs. A . ; E.Prandle and Mr. arid Mrs. Hu go Hansen, Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burl spent the, weekend at Cedar Rapids with" the former's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Neal Burt. Elwood Davis is expected here from Santa Monica a little latei |in the month and will be guest ;of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burtis. i Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore haa ;as dinner guests Saturday Mr )and Mrs. E. W. Dean, Fort Dodge, who! were enroute to Canada for a week of fishing, i Mrs. Perry Byam attended funeral services last Thursday at .Cedar Rapids for her uncle. Charles Selzer, 69, who died of a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam and sons, Lowell and Perry, Jr. recently returned from a month's vacation on the west coast visiting 13 states. J. J. Wadleigh is in Chicago this week, to attend the fiftieth 'wedding anniversary Saturday of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William McNamara. • • Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family and Mrs. Milton Dahl spent Sunday, at the Okobojis and were met there by Mr. ano Mrs. Craig Vinson and'family , Mr. and Mrs. TV J. Palmer and Marilyn have returned from a five-week trip to the Los Angeles area, where they visited relatives and friends, and, to Seattle, Wash, where they visited their son and brother, Robert Palmer and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs had Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson Titonka, as Sunday callers. Mr, and Mrs, J, D. Burns have had as guests Mr. and Mrs Clyde Burns and daughter, Mrs Larson, Tujunga, Calif. Donna, Larry and Diane Reefer spent a few days last week at Rantoul, Chanute Field, 111., visiting With Gene Lieb. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandcvw had Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 3ran- dow and children, Fort podge as dinner guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andreasen spent the Weekend at Hampton with the letter's mother, Mrs. Ray Wharton, who is s'ick. MJ". and Mrs. Leon Bilyeu had as - guests Sunday the letter's father, Joe Cline, Crystal Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cline Mason City. . Mr. and Mrs. Gale Siockwa are being visited by their grand children Julie Jo; and Billy children of Mr. and Mrs. Willian Tillman, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beard sley and Mrs. Laura Palmer spent Sunday at Templar Park on, Spirit Lake with Mr. ana VTfs. Kirby Smith of Burt. Mrs. Carl Stellhorn and son rom Lakeland, Fla. are here for visit with her mother, Mrs Mary Kain, and other relatives. Mrs. Stellhorn is the formei Mildred Kain. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonneite July Fourth guesfg of Mr, and Mrs. Perry Byam were Mr. and Mrs. Fred -Belleman, St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Adafns, Austin,, Minn., arid Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geilenfeld. Mr. and Mrs, Bless Rusk were visited from' Friday through Monday'by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tardy, Lynne and Jan, who had been living at Washington, D. C. and were enroute to Denver Colo. Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough and son Ray went to Minneapolis Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Decker. They brought Larry, Luanne and Danny home had as supper guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lessy, Del&res and Betty, Deer Trail, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson have returned from a vacation spent at New Hampton with Mr. Anderson's mother, Mrs. O. N. Anderson, and at Cresco with Mr.. and Mrs. John F. Owena. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman, Algona, Mrs. Ben Schmidt. Lone Rock, and Mrs. Edwin Gade attended funeral services for a daughter of Ellsworth Uden, cousin of Mrs. Schepp- nrann, at Ocheyedan recently. with them for a visit of several days. Mr, and Mrs. John Helmets are being visited by their daughter, Mrs, Robert Carlson and sons, and their granddaughter. Linda Wilschusen, Brainard Minn. They will be here several days. Mrs. Henry Braun attended e family dinner Sunday at Mr. ana Mrs. Ray Braun's honoring Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robins9n of Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Braun' was visited Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Helmers, Mason City. A _ Bonnetie-Pelerson ,. family picnic was held July 4 in honor of Larry Bonnette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnette, who was home on a 14 days leave from Fort Hood, Tex. He returned to his base last Wednesday. The Rev. ; and Mrs. Robert Holzhammer and children came from Dubuque Wednesday 'ano stayed till Friday with Mrs. Holzhammer's father, Glen Raney. With him they left that day for a two-week vacation a I Walker, Minn. A Muckey family picnic was held July Fourth at ' Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhausers' honoring Melvin Muckey, Tacoma, Wash. Others in attendance were William Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey and Mr. and • Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mr. and Mrs. we're visited over Frank Bulls the weekend •jy Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butts and Gary, Des Moines, who were enroute home from a fishing trip n "northern Minnesota. They lave also had as overnight guest heir son Bob, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson celebrated their thirtieth wedding, anniversary July 2 and iVere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. • Jerry Anderson. Other guests were Ray Anderson's nother, Mrs. Anna Anderson. Des Moines, and Mrs. Jerry Anderson's mother, Mrs. Twillah Bartholomew. . Mr. and MM, William and Tommy left .Wednesday "for their home at Mortdh, Iff,, hiving concluded a visit 6f several days with- MrV Mabel Tjaden, Mr, a«d'Mrs,Bii>&M6#ian, Mr. and Mrs; 'HovWu*d L6rit and others, Mt, and *&*•«<'». Hamptdfl, haW moved into one of the Mrs? Lois Caldwell apartments. Mr. Dbhlman is employ- fid at the Jphrt Deere ,store. Mrs. Richards, who . foffflerfy lived there, has returned to hef foriVier home at Spericjer. ' - ' Mrs. Mary Bu&nger span! dun- day at West Bend with Mr", arid Mrs. Harvey Buenger. Others present 'at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Buenger, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanselmann, West Bend,' and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiehderidahl. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Baldus were visited last" Wednesday by the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Subra, Austin, Minn. They took home with them s their grandchildren, Nancy and Julia Subra of Rochester, Minn, who bad visited here" since Memorial Day. Wilfred Schneider and Law* rence Thilges from St. Joe accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hank Luedtke of Litchfield, Minn., to attend the funeral of Louis Schneider in the Bronx, New York City, ''July .4. Louis is a brother of Wilfred and Mrs. Luedtke. • . ' .. ' : Mrs. F. H. Lund arc! daughter, Mrs. G. P. Strubak and son, the latter of Fort Dodge, attended a recent picnic dinner with the Charles Lunds and other rela-: lives at Ringsted. Mrs. Lund then spent-several days with her son Malcolm and his family .at their summer cottage at Okoboji; While Dr. and Mrs., Daniel' Bray are being visited by the former's nephews, Bob and Pat Dowd, New York' City, the Bray's daughters, Patricia arid Betty, are in New York City with the uncle and aunt, Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Dowd. MrS.> Dowd will accompany the girls home at the conclusion of the visit and take the sons home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson has as guesls Sunday the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Ander? son, Des Moines, who has* made a rather extended visit here", Mr. and Mrs. Vern Anderson, Paul Anderson, also of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Anderson and family and Mrs. Twillah Bartholomew. The eighty-second birthday of Mrs. Anna Anderson was observed. .;'• EVEN BEFORE IT HAPPENS What Will We Be Like When II DOES? FRANK ENSTEIN SEZ: LU O ro 73 TJ m "THESE ARE MONSTROUS VALUES!" (AND HAPPY BOY ISN'T KIDDING) Wes Bartlett and his Happy Hawkers are liable to do a few ridiculous things on their own this weekend - and there will be squeeling all over the premises - o ut on the sidewalk and on three big floors inside when he and his crew give their pitch. And there'll be VALUES galore, everywhere you look. Here are just a few: STAIR TREADS 9 x 27 60e Value 39 TABLE LAMPS REAL GOOD 3 $192 LAMP SHADES ODDS AND ENDS 1 $147 BASKET OF CLEANING $ AIDS - LIST AT $4.59 1 96 FUSTER FORNITURE (FOSTER'S) 203 EAST STATE ST. CY 4-4294 '.#K8X8XttaO&IX&XK^^ AIGONA "Dis Is Killing Me But What Kin I Do?" "Da Ridikewlus Days kummittee set to offer to you folks sum reel bargiriz, so here it is* alreddy Ridikewlus Days and I am going-to: lose money like mad on a hole stoar full of stuff I Veil, we are doing what kummittee set,to do,,and it. is braking, :my hart. Our prices for stuff is vay, down out of sight — at bottom of cistern. I yust 6'rfly hope I still got a yob after dis ting is ovei;}" ' v .'•' ', ., BRAIL. WRITE ' Store Manichure KUM TO GRAHAMZ AND Here's Jest Sum Of Our Barginz INSIDE THE STOAR: U BET! Our Sidewalk Sfoar Vill Be Zizzling With "Hawt Ztuff" May.gudeness, what Wai-yews! We got so much stuff for our zidewalk stoar, we kan't ewen kount 'em! We kount- ed up to 3,782,358,901 wal-yews for zidewalk, den we lost kount! All-to be zold by nutty klerks in nutty kostumes! Here jest sum of our zidewalk wal-yews! We.must be out of our minds to offer a Bargain ' like this. Think of it— PERCALE PILLOW CASES , 1 ' .''.' 180 count, 42 x 36. $1.00 PA.R 1 pair (2 cases that is) TOWELS! TOWELS! TOWELS! What a buy we made on these. We are not the one that is crazy on this Bargain, our Wholesaler was. Beautiful, Jumbo, Man sized, Prints and Plains. Many that would sell at $2.00 or more. We bought 330 towels, all yours at ... Another Bargain from » cMtzy' Wholesaler. ZEBRA STRIPE RUGS Large size, many colors, Fringed Ends. ONLY $1.47 EACH 00 IS $1.00 EACH HDV3 00' IS •sjo|oa jnjjjneaq Aueyy •spug peBujjj '>peq pj^s DON SODH Q33M1 0A»ij •sn uiojj 111944 }o spa.ipuni| '»uo s|i|| MO AzBJ3 eje MOU>) BLEACHED DISH TOWELS 30 x 30 fnche*. Rolled in bundles of 5, 5 FOR 51. 00 •epjM seipuj 9E WVH9NIO 03X03HO AONVi •ujeBjeg sim 4noqe sno|nb|p;j 6u{i|jou s) Another well known bargain .. . First Quality, 60-15 NYLON HOSIERY Dress Sheers with Seams. 2 PAIR 7 7 c BEDDING BARGAINS Just 25 only Fancy Cannon Bedspreads, .Double Bed Size, also 20 only Beacon Blankets 72 x 90, assorted colors. ' Either one made to sell for much more. YOUR CHOICE $3.99 EACH ' Space does not permit us to feature all tb* many Bargains we will have for these two days. You will have to come to our store and shop upstairs and down, inside and out to find them all. Come early, sidewalk s'tore open at 7 A.M., or earlier if wo wake up. WWWWWWViyW^^ Sidewalk Tables loaded with Bargains, you will have to see these in order to believe such a thing is possible. Rain, Shine or Snoe - It'll Be plenty Krazy At mm ' Jni• ^II m% 111 DEEPARTMINT STOAR (Not Responsible for Shjn-K icking, Eye-Gpgging or Rib. And, Please, No Brass KnukkU*)

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