The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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8~Alg6na (la.) Upper be* Maine* Thunday 6*j»K 28/ $/>e/7a Sheila Hansen, daughter if Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen, Algona, and Charles f ippen, son of Mrs Theodore DeCoursey, Webster City, were married in the Presbyterian church here Sept. 9. Rev. Myron Brower officiated and a reception was held in the church .after the wedding. Following a wedding trip to southeastern Iowa, Mr and Mrs Tippen are residing at Masoh City. A complete wedding storp appeared in the Sept. 21 issue of the UDM. (Glenn's Studio PHoto-UDM Engraving) Mr. and Mrs.' 'Don Hutthison spent Monday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund spent Sunday at, Peterson with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnsor had Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Dudding, Bancroft, as dinner guests Sunday. . Mrs. W. C. McDougall who ie employed at -,Park, hospital, Mason City, is coming for a 'weekend visit with 'friends. Mrs. Marie . Hawcoit and Lee and Bess Hopkins were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heimer expect to spend Sunday at Clarion with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson spent the weekend at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Simon and from there went to Des Moines. Mrs. Lenore Hiltz and James Kelso have been visited by Mr. aiid Mrs. Ed Kelso, Burlington. Mrs. Kelso is a sister of Mrs Hiltz and Mr. Kelso is a brother of Jarrms. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seely were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Buckner, Maquoketa, and the son, Craig Seely and sons Scottie Bill and Brad, Baltic, S. D. Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and her sister Mrs. Rose Scanlan spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Livedalen. The son Phil Kohlhaas was there from Richmond, Va., on business. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. porweiler spent Sunday at Corwith with Mr. and Mrs. Budd Lawson. Mrs. Charles . Armstrong has returned from Eagle Grove where she had. visited Mr., and Mrs. John Hartl. Mrs. Emily Ringgenberg spen! the weekend at,Blue Earth, Minnesota with her parents, Mr. and Mrs._Abe, Tuttfe. >. , .,,,-.. Tom .Hufchijon has returned lo California where he. is enrolled at Stanford University. He had vacationed with his parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Hartl, Eagle Grove. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Erdman, Renwick. Mr, and Mrs. Waller Klamp returned Saturday from Colesburg where they had been with Mrs.; Klamp's sister, Mrs. Rose Imscher, who had been hospitalized for surgery. .. : Mrs. Leonard Malueg is spending a few weeks in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Kemper Huber. Mrs. Esther Barton had as guests Sunday Anna and Julia Fassler, Cherokee. Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick has returned to her home after spending four weeks in Minneapolis because of the serious illness of her sister, Martha Jaskulke. Miss Jaskulke was makinp her hqme in Algona with Mrs Faulstick, but since having surgery, she is with her sister, Mrs. Roy Weaver, Minneapolis. WANT ftns HRINP, RESULTS ANNOUNCING THE REOPENING OF FRANK & EM'S CAFE SUNDAY, OCT. 1st Attftnd Church Sunday and then bring your family to Sunday Dinner. To help make this a Happy Event, we will be serving ... FRID CHICKEN (V 4 ) JFrank & Em's Special) $1.25 VIFfolNIA BAKED HAM $1.25 (with pineapple ring) Served with Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Peas, Combination Salad (choice of dressings), Beverage and Dessert. — ALSO SERVING — STEAKS, RIBS, SHRIMP, ROAST BEEF & PORK Plan to eat out Sunday at FRANK & EM'S CAFE N. i. of Algona Darwin D. Youngwirth CAFE HOUR? Will BE ~* SUNDAY 10 a.m. to 8p.m. DAILY 6 a.m. to p.m. Mf, and MttrFfeo 1 tfa0e« ..„Mf. and Mrs. Herbert Schram, Clear Lake, as weekend guests. ' Mf. and Mrs, William deerlnf spent Saturday at Spencer: with •Rev. and Mrs. fiverett Bladk and family. Minnie ahd Ada Sehlck spent from Friday till Sunday at Gary, 3. D. where they went to attend the Wedding of a cousin, They were accompanied as'far'as Candy, Minn, by Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney, who visited With an old friend, Mrs. Anna Blaine, Geo. Bailey and Mrs., Charles Bailey. Florence funk has Chicago after 'a two weiik'lil'c'a- tion here with her jftferttSf Mr. and Mrs. Mh and Mr, ahd Mrl Kal&h have been visited by MhL-f¥tM- lin Hovey, Philadelphia, Ffii< „ MM, Dave Lefferi fwsrillf ; vis- itcd Mr. and Mrs. fiatl t*lt'efson at SpiHt Lake and ( fiart r fl".auht; Mrs. Entity Wolfe, ^Ellehsttirg, Wash., who Was their/ gUe¥fe'She has since then received/ WOTd- of the death of Mrs. Wolfe -'shortly after her return to' Washington, M?. and ttfMm* Pd#il If fid as Viait&fs 1 Sttt&Sy-»Mf, aWd Mrs, Henry Ed Tel Mrs. ;Mary MtfU&ttitt Sehseffer, hW a« guests Suridfcy i'Aifeft 'Stetnbieck. Austin,/; MJftft.,i*M& r j«d-; Mrd Hertnafi -fifefhtifobk «M rBavid, Bancroft, aAds-Mr. and Mrs. Jake Switters, Wall- Lake, • Mrs.,CoHa Deal ; had Al Col*. man and faihliy ' ttttlgties'ts Sunday. Kflth/ ' Cotenmrf; granddaughter of Mrs, fleal, is now employed in Wa|hington,^D.' C. fete? will.eni-all !ti 6.ttfaoot * ' Mr;, .and ,Mri, .Paul'vOsHman had! BS tam ' WAsy arid , Sahtf * diy Mfc.afid'MM 1 , C.,Qi&mie t Weirc^neofdVMiffh, Qtiests this w'eikerid WiU'be Mr.. and". Mrs". Georfe .Kittkki and Sherrle, Des 1 ' , . t . * Janiss' Dddd* flfld Ardll Kfesendky §£e«t > the/ weekend at Des Moinea >wfth Mf, arid Mrs. Don Allen, Frtiiri there Ardis re* turned to Ne'itf Vork to resume her work. Alice Kresettsky spent |,he weekend with friends at the State University at t Ames. , Mrs, Lee' ¥&i and ahd ,Leon. who ( h&m been, visitj ttig with'-thfe paitsiits Mft and Mrs, John Hanseirniri will r f& jofffed-iii a'short time by her husbfind for the return trip 16 Palmdafe, Calif. 1 Mr, afid Mrs. fidb ElUfsoft were diiihef guests '-'Sunday of Mr, and Sfrs, Tom l Ellefson alt Sexton., In' 1 the afternoon, v th«i families .Went to,' Foi-est City, to Visit With Bob's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Die Ellefsoti'. v < Mr. and Mrs,- Howard Plat! took their soH John to Iowa City .Wjf s lhf8llM-|h.8'!f68^ man &t ifa'mtmm&ti&Jtm thel-g f^L^-f^^^^'l^ Mf j ahd 'tfc»«, Leonard' Gaseke and daughter !LeoHa't &N y Sunday^at, '*•**««-' ^"4 iMatte9,'Le0fla.has. Bfeeii ed at ed at PafK,.h6$ttaf^M6s\m;eity !but is nftW^mbfcyedjilt 'the -Mitt. neap'olis General' hospital. * -- lishittg ' Cd. jphoftg; Cy • 4-86^ •MMMHMl the 1962 on display for the first time THURSDAY at PERCIVAL MOTOR 're going to like what's happened to DODGE XWMMMW>IM»UW»WM¥ma»< MIMA WMMMWM WVlfrWWMWWW WWtfVlflfVUMMIflfUIJIfMMtM (MAIM MMUIMWMMUMAMUUM v ' ', * 4 ,>>,*, • * ' , ' 5 i', ,,",". , _ Every new Dodge is quicker, livelier/more fun to drive )han any before hardtpps, wagons, convertibles and Dodge trucks — from pickups to diesels. ?'" it. The all-new full-size Dodge Dart in 3 series, 440,330 and Dart. Compact We've,got 'em all and they've all got "it"l You'll like their, low prices and'&ur - '••' ' Lancer in GT, 770 and 170 series.' Custom, luxury packed Polara 500, Sedans, way of doing business. . ' v •./ ?' J .'"' '"• •' , '. v ' > - ' ''' : /! ; V -"' -'I DODGE ALL NEW, COMPLETELY RE-STYLED! 7% more "fit") 5% 'less gas than last year's comparable^ model. ' Dead weight engineered out! Dart'is c^t quick. Easy to handle. Drive it .yourself and see. Then check our low price and high trade-in allowances. Rustproof body, self-adjusting brakes. SEE IT FRIDAYl , . ,' : "•. T'; ; '^.O -.; ; , . ••••••<;,.,; •;-;.;' V-/•;-•' DODGE LANCER FIRST OF THE SPORTS-COMPACTS. Bucket seats. Alhvinyl custom interior. Sizzle from start to stop, Luxury that compacts are -not accustomed to. Styling changes, including a new grille and a wide variety of engineering improvements. Dodge engineers say new materials and design technique* give the Lancer increased performance, improved economy, greater reliability and smoother, quieter operation. SEE IT THURSDAY. DODGE POLARA This is the high-performance, high-style 1962 POLARA "500" which Dodge i* introducing in the luxury sports car mar ket, The new/ medium-price prestige ear Is powered by a 305-horsepower V-8 engine, It's available In two models —- two-dosr and a convertible, pictured above. Has four-barrel carburetor, special cam shaft »nd dual exhausts. Bucket seats and custom trim. Handsome saddle-grain vinyl througg- out, Come look this one over, Come See the Hew DODGES! Coffee and Donwts, too.' PERCIVAL MOTORS CY 4-2471 DODGE SALES & SERVICE

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