The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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Mlftorta da.) Upp«f DM Molnw' Thursday, Sepf. 14, 1961 Mrs. Mary Warmbi^r is in the Lutheran hospital at Port Dddge for a check-up. Charles • Ostwinkle was visited Sunday by his son, Leroy Ost- 1 tinkle, E>ed Moines, , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woishaar had as callers Monday,Mr. and Mrs. Frank . Kowiaks, - Marcell, 111. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Fraser were visilbd over the weekend by Mr. and' Mrs. Dick Fraser of Des Moines. ' Mrs. Lydia Weizel and son Willis recently spent a day at Lone Rock --With-. Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Weteel. Mr. and '.Mrs. Charles Schlie- vert'^ spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs? Walter. Schlievert. Mr. arwTMrt; "Judd" St. John and Mr.' and Mrs. James .St. John spent Sunday at Winneba- 'go, Minn., with Mr., and Mrs. Ed Shea. , Mrs. Meda Redfield, former Algonan now .living "at Des Moines, is .visiting 1 Mrs. Bessie Jones, Myrtle Turnbaugh and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. 'David Macum"her, Perry, are vacationing here with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber and Mr. and- Mrs. Willtem Prothman. Mr.' and'. Mrs. Tim O'Brien recently spent;.at Clear Lake with Mr. and '• Mrs. John Duffy and childreri. The Duffys are now living" 1 in Iowa City where Mr. Duffy is' an assistant professor and will also take postgraduate'.work. v Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis spent' a day recently at Manchester with Mr. and Mrs, ; Mayhard Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Led Gardner plan to spend the weekend at Spirit Lake with Mr; and Mrs. Kenneth Percival. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Schimmel sp'ent Sunday at Mason Cit> With Mrs. Gladys Madigan, Charles and Kathleen. ' ' Newton Hieier went to Liver* more Wednesday to bring home Mrs. Hieter who had been visiting Mrs. Lela Mieter since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis have had as guests Mrs. Minnie Dearchs, Paradise, Calif., and Mrs. Norman Strom, Laramie, Wyo. Mr. and Mr*. William Dodds and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel were guests!, of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter Sunday at their cottage at the Okobojis. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor spent the weekend at the Oko- bojis.. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett stayed with the children during their absence. Mrs. John Schimmel accompanied her daughter Mrs. Dyrl Jones, Laurens, to Wayland last Wednesday to attend the funeral and interment services for Charles Hoffman who died at Spencer. From there they went to Muscatine, then to Clinton where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, The Schimfnels are being visited by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scribne'r, Sacramento, Calif. Mf. arid Mr*. RdbSrt Sllefson and Mf>. arid Mrs. Leo Hanson arid families picnicked at lowti Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish are being visited by Mr. and Mrs. William Parrish, who came Wednesday from South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Emily Hlnggenberg wad visited Sunday by her parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tuttle, Blue Earth, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. James Egli ate moving in about a week to St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Egli is employed by the Michel Sales Co. and his territory has been Increased. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman took their daughter Nancy to Lincoln, Neb., Sunday where she will enter Union college. She plans to major in dental hygiene. Marlys Nelson, granddaughter of Ben Potter and daughter of Mrs. Audrey Birdahl, Rihgstedj is in Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines, under treatment for meningitis. , Mrs. Ethel Potter returned Friday from Minneapolis after two months spent there. Part of the delay in returning home was due to .a fall in which she suffered back injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jorgenson are parents' of a nine pound daughter whom they have named Terri Lee, born Aug. 20, Other children in the family are Donitat Sandra and Paul. .Don Stark, local insurance man, attended an underwriters meeting at Spencer, Sept. 9. Matt J. Kallestad, Marshailtown, dis-. trict manager of the Fidelity Life Ass'n, was the main speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein have returned from a trip to Fairhope, Ala. where they attended the wedding of a nephew, Jerry Cink. Jerry is a son of the Arthur Cinks, former Iowa residents. They also visited Mr. Klein's mother and numerous other relatives. FOR YANKEES ONLY ...! SNOWHOUND TO THE RESCUE Ray Graver, West Covlna, Cat, came Friday for a visit with filS sisters, Martfr Grovfrr and Mrt, R.*M. Wallace, a'nd other 1 tfela* lives in the .vicinity. 5 < ; Mr* and Mr*. Harvey JbhriSbh have had as recent guests fife and Mrs. Cecil Winningham, Dei Moines, and Mrs. Elmer Bankson, Ottumwa, Dinner guests Sunday were Mr.' and Mrs 1 . Lar? ry Johnson. Mrs. Robert Muhger is spending a few days at' Omaha, Neb, and during her absence the children are being oared for by Mrs. Neva Munger, Spencer, mother of Mr. Munger. Newcomers club will meet Sept. 19 at Van's cafe at 8 p.m. .with Jean Higgs and Floy He'r- shberger as .hostesses. All attending are asked to bring Ta wrapped white elephant. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman and the latter's mother and brother, Mrs. Katie Schroedef and 1 Arthur, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Myers at Lake Crystal,' Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mishak went to Des Moines Wednesday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mishak, Mark and Marilyn, who flew in from Redlands, Calif. They will be here for a visit of three weeks. • Funeral services were held Wednesday at Minneapolis, Minnesota, for Mrs. Ethel Slagle Bieber, 76, who died Monday. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Slagle and a cousin of August Slagle. For some time she made her home .in Algona with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Slagle. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potratz are being visited by Mrs. John Nordstrom, Portland, Ore., mother of the women. She was brought here by hef sorl'Cllr* ence and they werfr aee&fnjla'nlea by Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Johnson 1 and children Mark, JameS an4 Elizabeth, Madison,- 1 TennV whd had been visitfrtg ; Mf'9* JSf6r* strom in Portland. ''. * Mr. and Mia. James Kelp **•• will have as guests this week the former's parents Mr., and Mrs. James Kolp SV., Who '<afe ; enroute ' to their home 'at' Ida Grove. They had spent the months of June, July dnd August at Winthi'op," not far from Lynnfield, Mass,,' where 'another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack- Kolp are located* 'Mr. and Mrs. Don'Potter and children accompanied the latter's father, John McGu'ire, to Sidney recently to see the rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. Potter had as callers Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. CVPdr- tor Spencer, " former residents here. The daughter Pamela who was'married not long Sgo and lives in Hawaii suffered a brain hemorrhage three weeks ago. Mrs. Porter plans to fly there ii her condition does not improve. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Marshall, Bruce and Michele and Mrs. Ellen Marshall have returned from a vacation trip to the west coast. At Reding, Calif., they visited with Mr, and Mrs. Robert Marshall, at Seattle, Wash, with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and at Spokane, Wash, with Mr. and Mrs. . Raymond Marshall. They visited points of interest in Calif, which included Disneyland and came home via Yellowstone National park. AUTHORS COLLECTION The Iowa Authors .Collection in The State University of Iowa library includes more than 3,300 books written by lowans, and hort Sleeve Shirts..... Hood Parkas $|000 Underwear $ ,6°° MEN'S $6.95 Work Shoes , $ e o o BATTER AWAY REBELS We've already knocked down our Buy and Save NOW! $| 0090 TORO Power Snowbound saves you up to $40.00 over other snow plows. Bay the Toro Power Snowhound® now, and save on this special pw- eeaaon price—be prepared for winter's first snowfall. Save money and gave hoawi of back-breaking work. But there are other savings, tool Nest gfxfog yon can own a Toro power lawnmower lor lees than fba wholesale eoak of a completely separate Toro deluxe unit. Iha Toro SwHrtomd IB powered by the Power Handle* (lift-off engine) the* teanefeiw from one work unit to another in second*—gwwi JW 12 mooihfl aae feetead of just the winter. Come in and see tfcflee" eaolurfve ami, we will show you how you can save moaajr BOW i_ aov« The Southern Gentlemen on the South side of State Street will be putting up a lot of smoke and fire, but do they know that what you ARE after is Bargains? Flannel Shirts 2 for J 3°° DIAMOND'S This is the way the outside of our store will look after Civil War Days, but inside yqu will find plenty of bargains. Lt. Gen. Nusiance and his cohort, Cpl. Punishment are confident of the out-come of this Civil War event. . ALL WOOL BROADLOOM CARPET Laid wall to wall including 40 oz. waffle padding Complete Job. NO EXTRAS Sq. Yd. 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