The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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#H . 2-Alflona (la.) Upper P*« Molnft* Thuridoy, Odobftf 19, 196! HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGDNA, IOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER PLACE TO :;.,.,. ; .LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Mr. and Mr*. Nai Sangy span! the weekend at. SU Paul, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Levin. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman sp^nt Sfinday at Lone Rock with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig. . Mr. arid ' Mrs. Jameg * : Arerfd spent 'Sunday at Curlew with Mrs. Are'hd'4 parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. M.',Kutt2. Visitors at the William Duffy iorrie Sunday were Sophia 'Mc- ICillip, Austin, Minn., and Pat Miller, Mason City. Mr. and .Mrs. Everett Barr vere visited last week by the atter's parents, %Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sargeartt, Sioux City. Mrs. Eliza Angle has- been visited the past three weeks by her sisterj -Mrs. Alice Mayfield, - Clear Lake, who concluded the; visit Monday. ' ,« >, ' Mrs. Ethel Gilles had as guests last Wednesday Mrs. Afetha EcKr- land, Mrs. John Ecklartd, Mrs.' G. D. Curtis and Mrs; W.jM. Thompson, Swea< City. * '• • Mr. and „ Mrs. Duane Schnelf had as dinner gUests Sunday* Mf. and Mrs.' Robert Wessel v Grand Rapids, Mich., and-'Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andreasen. ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lieb,.Lone Rock; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pedersen, Ledyard. The daughter Eunice teaches- at Baltimore, Md., and the family talked with her via phone in birthday. observance of her KVaiid Mrs. W»*6n ....^«, «en Went to''Hampton Saturday to see tue letter's mother, Mri Ray Wharton. who is serious;!' sick. - ' f / Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Behnk had as dinner guests Sunday Rev and Mrs. Harold, Roschke, Wa verly, and- Mr, and Mrs. Ha? bid Behnke, Sad City. • Mrs. Day Potter, Storm Lake visited relatives here Sunday aric attended the golden weddinf ppen house held for Mr. an! Mrs. Don Smith in the afterntidft* Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atherioto and the latter/s mother, Mrs. Per? cy' Patrick, Peterson, drove to Rochester, Minn., and La' Crosse, Wis., ( Sunday tb' fenjoy the fall sceiie'ry. > . 5 • ' Al Agena and 'son David attended the frnjlra ^Indiana i footbalj game Saturday at Iowa City. Mfs". "Agena went as far,as" " "" -win vyhere-she-visited with, mother, Mj&'Dora- Sohwer. ,, Mri. Sarah Lallier,. has beeri visiting at Ventura "with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier. Shi has now gone to Bloomington, 111., to-vjir- it,with a sister, 'and will rehtfn the latter part of the month. ~ Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Stephenson spent the weekend at Waterloo attending S.C.I, Homecom T ing^ and were guests of Mrs. Stephenson's' brother-in-law aii'd sistfr Mr. and Mrs. Johh Mill. Howard also went to M J idence Sunday,to see Geo. DU^aU, former Algbna coach : HERE IT IS! MAMA'S MOST FAMOUS MOSIEIV SHE! Hosiery Sale YES! It's on right now at Graham's — your Kayser Hosiery headquarters! Yes, it's the big Kayser Fall Sale Where so many, many women save on these famous nationally-advertised nylons! All the popular styles are ON SALE — choose seamless or full fashioned in plain or mesh. Even the famous Fit-All-Tops for the fuller thigh are included in this sale at Graham's. Now's the time to choose your fall and winter hosiery wardrobe of neutral and high fashion shades. Come and save BIG on wonderful KAYSER stockings now at Graham's! 135 KAYSER Nylons On Sale at 99c 99c 99c 99c 99c THREE PAIRS FOR $2,90 KAYSER K 1 Seamless Mesh Nylons (Regularly $1.35) KAYSER K2 Seamless Heal & Toe (Regularly $1.35) KAYSER 6515 Evening Sheers (Regularly $1.35) KAYSER 6530 Service Weight (Regularly $1.35) KAYSER 711 Luxury Sheer Stretch (Regularly $1.35) C S 1.50 & $ 165 Kayser Nylons Now ? .• 1 * 1 w KAYSER 530 Fit-All-Tops Nylons (REG. $1.50) -- $1.19 KAYSER K 20 Seamless Stretch (REG. $1.65) .... THREE PAIRS FOR i ill $3,50 (jrahains ' 1 - :-:•• *-*> > i- a- * M*. and MM, Don Chrt*hjn»«H Sunday At Esthenrille with Mt* MMond VdGoi&G Jr*w*m^»»*»Bi*»f JLI ^ Mrs. Oftin Mddidh the week- in MififiU Mr. and Mrs. RlthtM • Judge l«f-«te. man spent Sunday ..with Mr. and- Mrs. iftan. -.Mrs. toiha Bilsborodgh . *jferidl«g . Jritft W» SHU- Stfll and m Juno wi UMQK ws.iis e%4cow ,^ot JMLr Snd Mrs. M. O. Richards Sunday It Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Putney efcpecl to have as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strausberg Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beards. ley were visited over the week* &Hd by Mr, and Mrs. Don Collins, Garrison. •Lloyd Brandow. _._„. stopped enroute home from Canada Saturday to Visit With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'W. H BrandoW. Mr. .and Mrs. Allen Buchanan spent from Sunday till Thursday (today) at Minneapolis, the former attending a meeting of ab- rtractors. ,Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ridge are returning this week froHi Moro, Ark., where they have visited a couple of weeks with the former's mother and differ.."relatives. Mr. and Mri. Glenn Culberison >ere visited last week by Mr. ind Mrs. Glen Bales, St., Paul, tfinn., who h&d beeft vacationing at' International Fails, Mihn. -Dr. Daniel tfiith have Bray and Craig returned from _________ ______ „ iunting trip in Canada. Dr. Bray came home With a buck deei and 'Craig brought home a cow moose. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera had fir. and Mrs. Marion Burbank rtason City, as weekend guests. Other guests Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ha;eh, Titonka. ; Harry Sporigberg was taken io 6wa City Tuesday for a check- tip at University hospital. He is ecovering very well from ma- or surgery undergone there :a ew months ago. Mrs. Lucillfe Zerfass had as wsitors Sunday her sister, Mrs. Lela Altwegg, Redfield, and ames Thurau, Des Moines. Mrs. Serfass is hospitalized at St. Ann with a broken shoulder. Charles Clement has been a atient at the Veterans hospital, 3es Moines, since a week ago Wednesday. Mrs. Clement spent day last week at Humboldt ith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oberman. Mrs. Esther Helberg and Mis. ,Rose Sigsbee went to Mason City {Friday to see Mrs. Evalyn Mc- i^oMall., Mrs. Helberg plans.,to isfiehd-'the weekend at Newton 'with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hel- 1 < i 1 * ' » - , M>. and Mr*. &6fi P«fri* JJlan to attefiS Parent's Day af St. "" Chafle thcr*. Mlehftl* Marifc, iifhkftfh c! Of Mf. find Mrs.' UbQlfe -Jtt' ftbspilal Saturday. She had been theft-siiice birth Stept. 28 18 gain Dr. and Mr». P. O. nt the weekend with Matlvls .Rickie, year and a half old son of Mr; and Mrs. Leonard Warner, fell on steps .'at his home and cut his forehead on a glass dish which crashed at the same time. It took four stitches to close the wound. Charles Schaeffer is again hospitalized at University hospital Iowa City, for further tests.. He left Sunday afternoon. Guests at dinner Sunday were Mr. ami Mrs. Duane McGregor, Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. William Hill. Ruth Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Behnke, is.spend- ing a fortnight abroad in the interests of the company of which she is foods editor. She had been in France and Switzerland when her parents heard from her. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel arc going to Iowa City Oct. 28 ant 1 Mrs. Egel will have her periodic- check-up at University hospital They will stop in Ames to set their son, Phillip, a student ar Iowa State University. • Theresa and Mary Ann Bradley, who attend St. Catherine college at St. Paul, Minn., will be home for the weekend to attend, Garrigan school Homecoming. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley. Mrs. G. C. Barton had as caller Sunday, Mrs. Edna Messenger, former resident here when her daughter, Ruth, was an Algona high school teacher. Mrs Messenger was enroute from North Dakota to Champaign, 111 where she makes her home with her daughter, now Mrs. Gardiner StillwelJ. 'Dr. and M«. C, W, O'Connor spent the weekend in pes Moines, the former attending the Jn,ter-professional Forum on Visual problems of children and youth for educators and optometrists. ;, They also attended the "Iqe Foljies". They were guests of Dr. O'Connor's aunt, Mrs. Rose Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Salis. bury are here from Waukegan III., and are with the latter'? mother, Mrs. Tillie Steinman Mr. Salisbury is in the navy and has been stationed at the Great Lakes naval base. He is being sejtt to Norfolk, Va., and for tferee 'years will be abroad much of 'the time. His wife plans to flbnain here with her mother. MT, »rt4 Mrs. Cims WallukaM a'R^ Mr,, end Mrs. Jlpbert Scott wpnt fo Hampton Sunday and Wfe met t-he^e by Mr. and Mrs -"'•'" ' Weydert; Waterloo. The ,'s daughters, fCrislie and accompanied them here guests of their grand. .. . ir. and Mrs.. Chris Wall- ukail "a few days. This weekend thu Wallukaits will have th' granddaughters, June and Julie W^jlykajt, Fort podge, as guests. fbey ate daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wallukait. Alicgr- die wavilj day) for.8tfBaS"cTty, 1Kb. where they will visit Mrs. Dorweiler f s sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamber, lain became parents of a daughter Tuesday morning. She weighed seven and a half pounds and has been named Carol Sue. Other Children in the family .are Lori Kay/ ferry, ttay and Ronald. Bel Canto music club will ifteei Wednesday, Oct. 25, at the home of Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. Co-hostess will be Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and Mrs. Nat Bangs and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley are in charge of the program on string music. Mrs. Dena Boekelman and daughter Henrietta spent Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn., with Mrs. Boekelman's sister, Mrs. Gertrude Winter. From there they went to Buffalo Center, to spend the evening w4th Mr. and Mrs Epko Winter.. • Paul Slebritr of the Council Oak-National Tea store Has been transferred to a store at Spencer. He has been replaced by Jess Graybill, Spencer. The! Graybills have taken an apartment in the Waldron building on S: Minn. st. The Mariner's Club of the Presbyterian church will be hosts o all .Mariners in the North Central Presbytery at the Fall Cruise here Sunday beginning at :30. Rev. and Mrs. Myron Brower are chairmen of the committee in charge. Mr. and 'Mrs. David Bartb, Clarendon Hills, 111., became parents of their first child, a baby girl, born there Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. Berl Priebe, Algona, are maternal grandparents. Mrs. Priebe plans to leave this weekend f6r a visit with the Earths. Mrs. Alice Clayton has been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter, Rogers, Ark., Mr and Mrs. D. G. Peterson, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roethler, Livermore. The Mc- Whorters alsd visited with Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1 Ryerson at Burt and other relatives and friends Mar.querite 'M. Hayes Regina Berens, Omaha, former Bancroft teacher, visited over the weekend with her sisters Mrs. F. J. Welp and Mrs., J. H. Menke, and brother Andy Berens. Kay Menke and Priscilla Govern, Ames, spent the weekend at their homes here, the'John Governs and the Richard Menkes. Mrs. Fred Eckhart is a medical patient at Holy Family hospital, Esthcryille. Her two sons are with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Miller, Fenton. Mrs. L. C. Hatten is a medical patient at Holy Family hospital Estherville. " J. H. Welp and wife are on a deer hunting trip in Wyo. and doing some sightseeing. . Mn and Mrs. Vernon Lensing Kalamazoo, Mich., are parents of their first daughter. They also have two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Al Lensing and Mr. and Mrs. J.' H Welp are the grandparents. At Missouri School St. Charles, Mo. — Miss Louise M. Skow, Rural Route 2, Wesley, is among the more than 600 students enrolled for the 135th academic session of Lindenwood College. Miss Skow, a freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Skow of Wesley. Anniversary Party Mf«,\Melvin ftaase of fjidbntiy slir&fisetf Saturday evening ort their 6tH wfedainf' anftlvelPSary, which WdS al§& the birthday of Melvin'j. falhferV'A grour), dropped ; in with corfgfttulations, including Mf. and? Mrs. Charles Curtis ana At!W*ft Mr, &hd Mrs. CM' Curtis and Donna; Mr. ant Mrs. Efflil Haack and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chris tfaase and Bernice, -- * Levanl'Moffiff Jfld tfrlft. ahd £ 6Ha" Hlfiie.' Ms. Qiarles Ma'a baked and brought a cake, dess ated by Mrs. Mortal Aekettnanfc . .-^-Ji. . J ..W-^_A til, iiii^^' ' ,, j !,* Ten year old Cheryl and e year did' Dean Limdf ren 6f lihgford recfeniiy'' displayed 7V6-E6Bh"d fottrds. raised in Lundgren garden this year. > Lundgtens also had at least pumpkin ttyat weighed pounds. fi v . It's Time For Your Pre-Winler VIKING OIL Specials POUR Permanent ANTI-FREEZE 1.75 GALLON IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER LASTS ALL WINTER Tested and Approved by State Bureau of Inspection and -. Lkensing 50-50 Mix Prefects to 34 Below Zero POLAR Methanol PER GALLON (In Own Container) THIS ANTI-FREEZE HAS PROTECTIVE RUST INHIBITOR VIKING Heavy Duty Premium MOTOR OIL PER GALLON (In 30-gallon Drum) A TOP GRADE OIL MC-DG SERVICE 85c PHONE GY 4-3749 VIKING OIL CO. E. B. CARLSON, Mgr, "WE GIVE KING KORN & GOLD BOND STAMPS ON GAS PURCHASES!" /Iff 1 • 1 mi i" Official Notice PLEASE DQ NOT BURN LEAVES AND TRASH IN THE STREET OR OH THE CURB. THIS PRACTICE IS INJURIOUS TO THE PAVING AND OURB, AND THE SMOKE CAN OREATE A TRAFFIC HAi ARD, THANK YOU. Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor of Algooa

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