The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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-? f«w AM fla.)Uppif Pas Matnfti , TMmrfay, Sept. 14, t96t Swea Woman's Father Passes Swea-Eagle — Mr. and Mrs ,Gene- Thompson, Waiter Mino Diane," Daflene and Dale, attended the funereal of Raymond Effington, father of Mrs. Mino who died last Monday at Council Bluffs. Services were held Thursday, Others attending the funeral fron* here were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link and Mrs. Tom Preston. A pidnie- was held Friday evening 'at Fairrnont for Darlene Johnson, daughter of the Albert Johnsons. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft, Mr. and Mrs. John Hallstroni and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders and Pam, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and family. Saturday evening at the Albert Johnson home were Mr. ana 'Mrs. Stanley Gardner, Sauk Center, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. . George Wohnke and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft. ." Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekke •and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the Wayne Lynch hdme at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Larson and Debbie, Were vacationers for a week at Leech Lake,'Minn! Mr. and'Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Larson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reece ahd family were recent fish fry guests 'at the Art Larson."hpme., Guests there for ^another fish • fry were Mr. and ;:Mrs. Ormal Giiinn and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace Dawson and family and Mr. ahd Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth and family. . . Mr. and. Mrs. Russell Strayer. ^accompanied by' Mr. .and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Mrs. Kenneth Brones visited Saturday -with ' Kenneth Brones, who: is a pa/ tient at Swedish hospital, Minneapolis. ''•" . Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones took a sight-seeing' trip ,to' Provo, • Utah, returning their grandchildren, Julie and Cindy Pearson, ' home after they had spent the ,• summer here.' A grandson, Douglas Adams, accompanied \them on the trip and returned to his home _ at Mason , City. , Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard O'Green and sons vjsited at the Albert Anderson home Suriday. • , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen returned last week" 'after spending 10 days visiting their daughter and family, the Everett Honnettes at Turlock, Cal. Another daughter, Sharon, has been there during the summer, and will enter Modesto Junloi Kossuth Girls To Positions In Washington hottie. "" Receht dlnfier guests at-th Albert .ifohfisoti, hbrtie were Mr and Mfs. PHil Looft and farhilj of Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and family attended the Miiitte sola Siatd Fair and were guests at a family picnic at the hbfne of Paul's sister, Ardis Witch- mnnn at Minneapolis. . Enjoying a picnic at the Jack Reece hohie recently 'were the families of Paul Wiechmann, Ormal Guinn, Wallace Dawson, Art Larson, Laverne Larson, Everett Thorsen" and- Wendell Ditsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dits worth and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson were Minnesota State Fair visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hoppe and family of Granada were recent overnight guests of the Ed God- Vedsons. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson of Humboldt were recent guests of their daughter and family, the VTervin Johnsons. Darlene Johnson, daughter 01 he Albert Johnsons, returned home after spending the summer as a waitress at a cafe -at Isle Minn, and making her home with the Ames Petty family at Wahken, Minn. The Pettys daughter, Pat, Darlene and Miss Joan Henriksen of Swea City wlil all be attending loWa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Sunday geusts <at the August Rpbison home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill/ Duncan, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson and ,Mr. and Mrs, Tony Lehse. cflsfotig, ffis ftew duties will him doing considerable co ing between Jtoustdn and ington, fi. C. , Janet Otis Two Kossuth county young women have entered employment in the Navy Department, \Vashington, D. C., as clerk-typists. They began work Sept. 25, after graduation from the Personnel Training Institute in Qmaha, Neb.. • , Pictured above are Janet Otis, from Wesley,; and"" Martha, Schumacher .of Whittemore,'who are now living ; in the nation's capital. College for nurses training Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Lioyd Hakes, Stanley, Wise, spent 2 days last week at the'-Nels Godfredson Husband Of Local Girl Named To Head Gas Ass'n The husband of.a former Algona' girl, Joan Hoffman, daughter of Dr. and • Mrs. Karl Hoffman of Algona, has been named •to head an association ^ of 60 major and 'independent' producers of natural gas,, to aid the Federal Power Commission,' with re-, gard to rulings and area pricing. Alfred C. DeCrane Jr. Was named head of the steering unit committee of the industry, ana was,-featured in an article in the Houston,'; Texas, Post,'- Aug. 23. He has been with the Texaco Co. since; early 1959,' and has represented that firm in the interval., . • •; : s • i,":' i .,' •' <: ', He • is f a .,j graduate j 'of \ Notre Dame University, and a 1 member ,of. the', bars of Virginia., and : the District of. Columbia/ as well as in Texas. He and Joan Hoffman were marrie^ in 1954, and the couple have a sort and three daughters. Mr. DeCrane has been a visitor' in Algona; on numerous oc- Home Society Is Seeking Funds SWea Cliy — KossUth' nvailfnen this week ark •' ing hundreds of letters^ wfitt§fl on behalf of the fowa Cnildrfiii's Home Society, rind the '300 chftdi ren currently in its.'care< ••-, Addressing thes letters, to ''their acquaintances and neighbors, afi workers who volunteered to heltt 1CHS obtain funds for its stated wide, non'sectariari 'work. \'$ Persons who would like ¥ilr- ther. information about the wo>k of ICHS are' invited 'to- contlte.t one of the following volunteer's: In north Kossuth, Mrs', dlefl Olson, Armstrong) -Me'sdan>e's Tay Asche, Sobert Fortney, Wra'.. Shoenhair, Bahcroft; Mrs. Jdfih ttppentrop, Buffalo Cent e'ri Wesdarnes Geo. Eden, Donftl'd Haas, Elmorej Mesdames ald Cliapper, W. E. Ley, Paulsen, Lakota; Mesdames Wajr- ren 'Brones, Geo. Harner, Harold Krantz, Swea City and Mrs. Ben Mayer, Mrs. Otta Kelly, Wm.- Mather 1 Jr.jLedyard. Class Reunion , \ The 1936-graduating'class > of the Swea ,City. school held it's first class reunion Sat. evening at Fairmont,' ' with 12 of the original class of'22 present. Rob:- ert Leland, .class (president, was master of ceremonies for' tM informal program which consisted of the members, introducirig their spouses arid'giving accounts of the last 25 years of their lives. Letters were ,read from several classmates unable to (attend, i . xStudentsjof-i i^e 'Swea City school enjoyed a puppet show sponsored by the University 01 Minnesota Friday. , ,. ' *• The 1962 membership campaign of. Fisher post of the Ameridan Legion will be under the direction of a one man committee, Post Commander Paul C." Johnson said-i today; Under the- chairmanship ;of" Russel (Barney)' Parker the committee .will em< bark immedia'tfely' on'a drive tp sign,/up all t eligible .veterans in" Swea* City and ^iintounding area; BEGONIAS */, : 3 Mrs. Delbert Jacobe of Dall^ Centei^ hasj 'two angel wing be? gonta's •?, at * her home that ate crowding the family out of liv- rigj room,'•space.-] the 'twa plsmia have reached the ceiling in four years,, climbingi iipi&n eight'fool Wall, and, are now" exte'ricflhg along the ceiling out over the roonl: ' )>-••••.. j.-5 WANT ADS BRING RESULTS L IS GONNA BLAST PENNEY'S on th«pphu- (cle r ks) ,. have B0t their 50 cal " <° f «») Suns trained w"l come to a aS? 7,™* f *?? P* sh °° Hn a Storts we k " ow * will come to a quick end (in fact, before you can say 'Jeff Davis') Boys' Sanforized Flannel Shirts Reduced for savings ! Smooth sueded cotton flannel, full cut for comfort, sanforized for safe washability. Colorful plaids and prints. Sizes 6-16. Famous Make Cotton Bras Made to sell to $2.50 and more. Famous makers discontinued styles, long wear cot- Ion broadcloth in white, 32-36A, 32-38B, 34-40C. Special value 1 Corduroy Would be $1 yd. in full bolts, fine washable pinwale, easy sewing, easy saving with this fine quality corduroy for suits slacks, skirls, jackets 'n in between coats' All cotton cord, 16 wales per in., 37" wide. Newest colors. YD. THIS SATURDAY IS LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR FREE JEWELRY BY CHRISTIAN DIOR. DRAWING AT 4 P. M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16. WINNERS NEED NOT BE PRESENT. Junior Boys' Dungarees Sturdy, sanforized, longwearing 10 oz, blue denims. Triple-stitched, copper riveted and bar tacked at all points of strain, zip fly, snap top, 4 pockets, sizes 6-12, Specially reduced. 2 PAIRS Mens' and Boys' Gym Shoes Extra-Thick cushion-arch, machine washable, extra heavy tread, rubber soles white, all $ sizes. Ba- Ba -BOOM! RIGHT OUT OF BUSINESS DURING CIVIL WAR DAYS WITH THESE SPECTACULAR BUYS I 4-LADIES' DRESSES 77c ORIG. $3.98 1-LADIES'BLOUSE 25c ORIG. $2.98 12-LADIES' PURSES 57c ORIG. $1.98 11- LADIES 7 PAJAMAS 77c ORIG. $2.98 3-MENS' JACKETS 2.66 ORIG. $4.98 12-MENS' DRESS SLACKS $3.44 ORIG. $7.70 2-BOYS' SWEATERS 77c ORIG. $3.98 1-GIRLS' DRESS 77c ORIG. $3.98 1-HOSTESS SET 25c ORIG. $1.98 The Family .Night fsgeaker, r Sept; ; : 81 will be:John S.fObMm, ,Ma§bh City. The ^amiW«Night'.pfogi-aifc is in charge of the tiomftlissjoft on eduoafibn; The prografn will begin at 7:30 p.m. fir,- fteofi served as a Voluntary worket in India specialiiing ,i« 'eye', su^ gery and diseases, He-'wllL discuss his experiences .there. Everyone is Welcome to attend this Family Night meeting 1 . Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel ii.'thd chairman of the program, ' - ' j u ^^IM^^H tuniii ri ', ^ ' > _ Skinner Reunion Held Sept. 3-4 Descendants of the-late E. J 1 ; and Anna D. Skinner, longtime Algona residents, held a family; reunion at' the • farm, home of their gra'ndson, Russell E,~ Thorpe, near Belvidere, 111, Sept. I 3 and 4. This was the fifth such 'occasion, the first one being held'in 1955 at the home „ of .another grandson, Jack W.' Skinner, Ful-' ton, 111. Attending this year, beside the Russell Thorpes, were ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Skinner, and the Jack Skinner .family, Sprig* field, Ill.;j Helen $drfn.efr hliTse* from Iowa (Sty;,Mr.*arid Mrs. F,* L. Thorpe and Mrs. Bernice , . t Me^sageif"w6r;e* received . a ri(tmbei ! of othei'-'reiAtivgr, 14- eluding Roger Dfdrikseh, aft Al- g6nan. ' • - ^ ' . A hlstortah's Was giveh' fihd it was veted to h6ld,a,sini'' nar^Meeting' it' ,ths, same place in 1981 . , A, K; Forbls oMowa Falls had one of the largest cucumbers ever grown in that area. The FAD WESTINGHOUSE FREEZERS Is 14 inches long and ,frLlffd &£!$£•{£M , v o^ftWefr ftlflfi ,C6l«Wf|H*h lit* * u -- JWi i^taii|llift, <&ti sir;i FEEL BETTER NOW take a PEEK at Page 5 • of today's Form and Home Section THEN SEE US BEECHER f LANE APPLIANCE ' ' Algona Nature's own pur* medical "5 oxygen recommended a* drt aid t6 oVbrc6m6*tfrid- ' ness or fatigue brought on from 6ver activity* Esp«dally beneficial for dsthmd and other bronchia.L disorders. Ask 'your doctor! SPECIAL OFFER Please send sttel cylinder, mask, ahd a full 7 gallons of"Pt P U P "*xyg«nroi ( J Your AdrfrtM. JHiH. Your only tett It $4.95. SunJ cfocfc or jtoMy on/«r to SARJON; 7623 • Mill RD., WAKMN, MICH. (36-37) ! Thish MWay Our Store Looked... 240 77777? Wash-Wear Percale Prints! Scoop I 36" wide, excellent selection of newest fall patterns for making your own dresses, skirts, blouses, and sportswear or for home decorating. Gay, colorful prints! Yd. 25 Meanwhile, minutes after the fight begins, Jim Carroll, Penney manager, will be seated in his shattered office waiting to sign a peace treaty. BIG SAW ir$ BOUND TO BE A REAL MESS AFTER THESE BARGAINS OUT CIVIL WAR DAYS - tHA'f TRANSPLANTED REBEL, BLESS RUSK HAS GOT LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS ON HAND FOR CIVIL WAR DAYS - IN FACT, HE'S GIVING. AWAY SOME MERCHANDISE DURING THE 2-DAY BLAST. HERE ARE JUST A FEW ITEMS: THERMOMETERS ONLY 98C Reg. $1.69 Merwry, Is. Worth More That That) PARKER'S SUPER QUINK 2 Bottles For The Price of 1 (Fills Everything But Ballpoints) NOTEBOOK FILLERS 25c NITE UTK •* "«';49» Get Second One Fpr ONLY Ic (Only About 50% Of Retail) ALL INSECT REPELLENTS AND BUG BOMBS - '/ 2 PRICE (There Ain't No Flies On These) 500 ASPIRIN ONLY '1.29 (You Can Really Afford To Have More Headaches Now.) MCKESSON SOOTH SKIN HAND AND FACE tOTION - REG. 98c $ * Plo»tlc Bottle NOW 2 FOR J* (You Cqn Afford To Spill Some At This Price) Will Last More Than 5 Years (Edison's Cheapest Product) WAIrOCAM . 59c - NOW 39e VAUKCAfYl REG. 39? - NOW 23c (Crazy If You Port't Buy Th|») FINE STATIONERY 49c 80 Sheets - 4Q Envelope* -, REG, $| ; , • . f (A Chance To Write More Letters) 7 x 35 Kalimar Center Focus ; Binoculars With Leather Case And Strop, - $20 Value (In Time Tq Watch Dueks And Qeese At They Land At Union Slough) WORLD 51RliS ENCYCLOPEDIA FRII WITH OIUiTTi RAZOR FOR $1JS ; , U-»f* 5w Now -- What Did Shoelesi Joe Jfl«k?on Bat In 1919?) Rusk Drug & Jewelry 1 19 E C*_l<t 4BW M nnjA • , . • .^W. 117 G. State Algeria

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