The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1961
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.1 Mrs tag Alberl GranzaVr entered Si r medica ,- • —o— • , Mrs Harold HobsOn was hos- tea. to 'thfe Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening; , ' t ' •' • ;.• ' O—•, . ' ^ K T, m D ,? al wm leave Wednesday .for Des Moines t ; b begin his sophomore year atJDrake. University. Mr and Mrs Marlin Alberlson are parents of. a seven pound 13 Ar eh ,St a i orn Suhday . at st - Cre sco Mothers and Daughters Club will meet with Mrs 'Douglas Wikhn ;13, : witli; Mrs Les Wi'ldin assisting. . • —o— First Presbyterian church here • wM,l be host to the North Central church school planning conference Sunday afternoon. '. . -T-O Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt have moved from the Mrs Harry McMurray farm house "to the Me Evoy house on N. Garfield street —o— Phil, son of Mr and Mrs Ernes Egel, 13 leaving Saturday fo Ames to begin his sophomort i year at Iowa State University. He has been employed by Pratt Elec< trie .this - summer. .' —o— . : Mr and Mrs Jerry Dutlon anc family of Omaha, Neb. have been visiting here at'.the parental John DuOtona. The latter couple ac- cohipanied them home and are spending a few days at Omaha —O— : . Mrs A. E. Kresensky has as guests her daughters, Ardis of , New York City, and Alice, who will remain here seVeiial weeks before going to India as a fraternal worker in Christian education. Louise Skow, 1361 Algonahigl school graduate, will lefcve "Friday for St. Charles, Mo. tb enter Lindenwood College for girls, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith upenl the weekend at Minneapolis where they attended A wedding •and'the White, Sbfc-f wins baseball gam'e, ' . ",,"^'\ • ' 't~*Q —st 'Uniied- Presbyteilari^ Women are having theif annual: Spiritual Bazaar Sepit. 14 from It a.m./to 5 p.m. at the church,'Mrs' H.'M, Colwell and .Mrs Myrbn'Brower are In charge. ,' ' -' . • — — ... Mr and Mrs Dick Kain and Mrs Ray Oook -took Mrs Don Cook and itwo children to Omiaha Friday to leave by jet pflane for California. Don Cook is teaching In* Claremonit, Calif, and the family will dive in .Pomona. PLANTATION Whltfemore,'iowo ••••9 Three Algona girls, Merri Lalng, Mary Ann.Hanseri arid 'Gloria Bronson began their training at Bernel Hair, Styling College, Fort Dodge, Tuesday. Miss Laing and Miss Bronson have also obtained after-school jobs at Fort Dodge., ;, —o— Mr and Mrs Alberi Granzow attended the golden'Wedding anniversary celebration - of Mrs Sranzow's sister and husband, the Harry Hobsons at Clarion Sunday. Other Algonans attending included Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson' and Jbsie Dittmer. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Clarion where they attended the golden wedding celebration of the former's brother 'and sister-in-law, Mr - and Mrs Harry Hobson. .The Hobsons had as guests Saturday Mr and 'Mrs Virgil Pratt and family of West Union. . • —o—• Jim Pratt,,son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, Pat Cowan/daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Co- Wan, and Marianna Steele, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Steele are among the Atlgona students leaving ithis week to resume their studies at State College of Iowa, at Cedar Falls. LuVeme Couple Wed .'«.:. ..'?'. * ..-»'.- SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 DON HOY SUNDAY/SEPT. 17 OUR 13TH Anniversary — No Admission Charge RAY LEWJS 1 SUNDAY, SEPT. 24 § GUY DE LEO I No Advance § Booth Reservation* | Doors Ope.i .at 9:30 | Piiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit Mr and Mrs Robert Kuhlmann of' Ot'tosen are pareWts of their second child, an eight pound, ten ounce daughter born Monday at St. Ann,hospital. They allso have a son, Bobby.'Mrs Kuhlmann, is the former Faye., Loss, daughter of Mr ami Mrs- Casey Loss and he paternal grandmother is Mrs vVilma Kuhlmann. —o— Mr and Mrs Kenneth Medin and Doug and Rosemary, former Algonans now "of 'Moorehead, Minn, were callers Thursday at he Russell Rentz home. They had seen at Indianola for funeral services for a brother of ,.Mrs • Mediri. v Rc«emar'y, ,a 1961' graduate of Algona high "school, wi'll 'o*t«hd collegeiat Moorehead this fall. Guests since Thursday Jn tho Leslie Calkins home are his brother Mr. and, Mrs. Marvin Calkins and-..children of Frfiit* port, Mich..' Mrs. Irvitt Chapman returned from Salt Lake. City, Utah, where she attended a two-weex Workshop in creative writing at the University of Utah.' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Calkins and children were weekend guests of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hiserote in Des Mbines. Mrs. Mary Pederman has returned from an extended visit with her children in North and South Dakota. She lives with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman. Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark who were married Aug. 22 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. The bride is the former Rosemary Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark, all of Lu- Verne. • After a wedding trip to western states the couple will be at home in Iowa City. A complete wedding story appeared in the Aug. 31 issue of the Algonia Upper Des 1 Moines. (Glenn's Studio Photo— UDM Engraving) •• hv itVio bridegroom's relative at Sheffield Saturday evening The Order of Eastern Star me Tuesday night for a stalled meet ing and Past Matrons and Pas Patrons .night. Mr and Mns E< Wolcoit were chairmen of th committee in charge with Mr am Mrs Fred Asa, Mrs J. B, Asa, M and Mrs Glen Shore, Mrs FSor ence Becker and Mrs Irene Carl son. . •Among the 1961 graduates of Algona high school planning to enter the State University of Iowa at Iowa City soon are John Platt, son of the Howard Platts; Denny Waller, son of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller; Linda Tague, daughter of Mr .and Mrs Frank Tague; Jack Vipond, son of Mr and Mrs James Vipond; Bill Sigsbee, son of the nuii Sigsbees; and Clara Hanson, Mrs Goldie Guderian was hos tess to a kitchen bridal shower ,'or Judith Ukena Wednesday evening. Miss Ukena,, daughter of Mr 'and Mrs Wayne O. Hanson, will be married Sunday evening to Jack Rube of Sheffield in ty'st Presbyterian church here. Ano'her shower .for her was gi- WILL PAY YOU TO LET US SHOW YOU THESE PLANS COVERS THE) THE CHECK-OWTIC EASY PAWEHT/ PLAH A fflROl BUREAU FARM BUREAU BUILDING FOR DETAILS-CALL OR SEE DON STARK 218 S. Moore Algona, Icwa Phone CY 4-3351 INSURANCE - COMPANY DES MOINES. (A. A bridal shower for Sheila Han sen' was .given Monday .evening at the Presbyterian,church. Hos Besses, were- Mrs r A. B.-.ffijebeftd Mrs W. J. 'Finn, Mrs Merlon' Ba ker, Mrs Fred Geigel, Mrs James Fitzpatrick, Mrs Casey Loss anc Mrs Amor Lempke. Mrs Geige' and Mrs Schenck gave a skit Miss Hanson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson, will be married Sunday to Charles Tippin of Mason City in the Presbyterian church here. —o— Joyce Huenhold will leavo about Sepit.. 15 to beTin nursos tva'ning at St. Lukes Hospital in Chicago. She is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Huenhold and attended the University of Dubuque the paTit two years. Safety Feature Pat Montag, manager of the North Central Public Service Co. office here, announced this week that the firm has installed more than 700 anodes in its lines to make the entire gas system practically free of leaks due to electrolysis (decomposition of a chemical compound by an electric current) during the summer. The anodes are a safety feature in the lines. New Bride Is SliowerHonoree AfLuVerne - Lu Verne — A pre-nuntia shower Aug. 13 ' honored Mrs Ronald Clark, the . former Rose mary Carroll, in the LuVerm ' ' CABINETS, metal, a Jpper Lies Moines. With an automatic washer and an electric clothes dryer, you can'wash and dry clothes with ease — anytime you please. Cost is only pennies per washday. • • - Symbol «f t»- eptrotlv* niral tf«c- Irlflcatlon - • • and dtptndablc, non- S rofll (Itcfrlc itrvlc* >r rural famill,! e( Hifs community* Thursday, September 7, 1961 Algeria (lo.) Upper Des Molne*-3 Recover More Lost Machinery Two pieces of stolen farm equipment a 4-row cultivator from West Bend Imp. and a wagon hoist from the Schaefer Oarage. West Bend, were recovered following invest!gallon of a grand larceny matter by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst this week; The machinery turned up on farms in the Storm Lake area. The men who allegedly took the equipment, Don Stivers and Dale Wilson, are being held in jails at Pocahontas and Spencer. They were arrested a couple of weeks ago following an 8- counfy investigation of thefts from implement firms. Several' pieces of equip* ment, teken from Kossuth county firms, were recovered earlier. Seivers formely was employed here. , UDM ClasdlfiedB Pay Dividend* FRIDAY., SEPT. 8TH Saluting Crystal Lake Furniture ORLIE WORKMAN AND THE SUNSET BOYS SATURDAY, SEPT. 9TH Saluting Crystal Lake Furniture HENRY CHARLES ORCH. CMC*, Humboldt County R.E.C. Phone 99 - Humboldt, Iowa Plan Open House North Central Public Service Co., located at 109 South Harlan street, is planning to hold a big open house Thursday, Oct. 12 in order to acquaint everyone with the latest models ot gas cooking equipment. Many local dealers will also' have equipment on display in the new color-coordinated modern kitchen recently constructed at tne gas .company office. Free coffee and doughnuts will be served during the day. 2 FACTORY TRAINED MEN AT YOUR SERVICE • Floor Tile 0 Viny! Linoleum • CERAMIC Tile For Floors And Walls, • Plastic Wall Tile, • Formica & Vinyl Counter Topping, FLOOR end WALL COV1RIN0S HomeofARtySTRQNScind CONGOLEUM^NAIRN Pro* ducts, Quotation? Without Obligation ?ARSonra FOR * tm mm fii W ill • W COLOR ?10 E, p$atj», Algols ^Y 4-3737 Hostesses were Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf, Mrs. Stella Arndorfer Mrs. Dorothy Arend, Mrs. Thorn as Carroll, Mrs. Don Carroll Linda Clark, Mrs. Karen Nicko- as, Marlene Bennick, Mrs. Alice Albert, Mrs. Robert Hardcopf L'la Spangler, Mrs. Helen Too- icy, Mary Toohey, Lorraine ""hillins, Mrs. Thomas McNeilly :nd Mrs. Lee Davis. Presiding at the punch bowl vns Mrs. Dennis Can-oil. The vide's attendants, Linda 'Clark, Irs. Lee Davis and Mrs. Thoms McNeilly, assisted with gifts. The program consisted of two ongs by Michele and Kathy \ndre of Fort Dodge. Reading y Marlene Bennick, oh the life of the bride written by Mrs Sarah Chrk Pearson, Jamaica grandmother of the groom. DON'T BE A DROOP! DRINK 600D MILK FI?0M CONSOLIDATED AND BE DYNAMICALLY ALIVE r • UVW TtADtMAMK Ix. DRAMATIC NEW GAS RANGE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larson of Humboldt visited her mother Mrs. Albert Wilhelm, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wilhelm was observing her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nielsen and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zcntnor visited the State Fair in Des Moines Thursday. Dale took his rabbits for exhibition at the fair. George Jeffers spent the pasx week visiting his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Laverne Jeffers. Thursday, he left for Whitewater, Wisconsin, where he has enrolled in the State Teachers College. Caspar Weigand rpturneei Tuesday from Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital where he was a medical patient a few days. Mrs. Ciara Wolf returned from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge where she received • medical treatment the past ten days. Hei daughter, Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen of Corwith went to bring her home. Mrs. Dennis Wagner of West Btnd, former Alice Ann Barton entered Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday for observation Mrs. Nelle Biegger returned Tuesday from St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., aftti medical treatment two weeks. Mrs. Jessie Semford and her daughter, Mrs. James Trauger, went Friday to Marshalltown Mrs. Sanford went for check-up on her recent surgery. Jeanna, seven week old daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Howard Krause entered Lutheran 'hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday with a virus infection. They brought her home Sunday but later that evening took her back. She is now satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. their son Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly and Dale went Friday for the weekend visiting relatives at New Glarus and Monticello, VUse. They were joined there by I^ejth Kubly of Oak Park, 111., son of the Elmer Kublys. 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'$8.91 now only $7.95 (Xt $8.95) I j. f«iimii|i<^^* 1 The makers of Playtex offer you 1 exciting savings on theio first quality ? girdles. Only Playtex girdles have I seven-way stretch so you can stand I ,stoop or sit and they won't ride up. j 'And Playtex gives you the coolness and 5 comfort of an all-cotton lining, ) Hurry, though. You save for : a short time only.

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