The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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Mrs. Al Buchanan will be hos- llw ^ er bridge club this evening (Thursday). Mr. and Mrs. Cjraig Smith spent the week end at towa City at the •o.ii.i. Homecoming. ^ ' - Q , MrsY Elizabeth Post will be »?f* S l •!? • the V H »PPy' Birthday club Friday afternoon. . ' Mr. aritf Mrs. Kenneth Besch • are the, .parents of a son born Monday -at St. Ann hospital. . •';., I —o—. Tom anH Gretchen Zender o* Minneapolis spent the weekend here with their parents,'Mr. and Mrs. Edward ZendeV. , Ronald Janies, infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Roethler, was -baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's • Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clopton spent the weekend in Minneapolis, going up Saturday morning and returning Sunday evening; Monroe Phillips, who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. A. L. Smith here, will observe his :97th birthday, Friday, Oct; 27> . - v i '•••:' .• - . i-O— • - •"' • WSCS of the Melodist church. is having its annual Quiet Day today* (Thursday)' with all-day communion for families in the sanctuary. • Recent visilors of Mrs. Clem Cavariaugh were Mr. and Mrs Oscar Johnson, Kanawha, and Mr; and Mrs. Homer Tuttle, Pomona, Cal. Clyde Bronson, son of Mr. ana Mrs. C. R. Bronson, had a tonsil- ectomy Friday at St. Ann hospital. Pie is a sophomore at Al- Kona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris spent the weekend at Winona, Minn where they visited their daugh-r ter,' Charlene LaBarre, freshman at St. Theresa's college. , " —o— Taking in the Iowa Stale-Missouri football game, Saturday ai Ames, were Russ Waller and his sons, Tom, Steve and Jack, Richard ; Hutchins and Garry Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hackbarth have named their new daughter Nancy Kay. She was born Oct. 7. at St.. Ann .hospital and weighed 8'pounds, 11 ounces. • , . ; . ,. , Guests arriving Friday for the Anderson-Olsen wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cassilos and Mrs. Merle Ferguson, , all of Des Moines. The Wesleyan Service Guild of thd chudch had a dinner meeting Monday evening. The annual pledge service was held and the so.cial time was in charge of Vera Olsort. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne returned Monday from a three week trip to the New England states. They visited their son. Bill at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. First banns of marriage have been announced at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Archie Umbrell, Spencer, and Judy Dahlhauser; James Thilges, 'West Bend, and Deanna Ludwig, Algona; Glen Glinding and Irma A. Laubemhal, —o— Intermediate Youth Fellowship had a campfire meeting Sunday evening in the yards of the Louis Kelleys and the C. R. Schobys. The lesson was in charge of Gail and Tom Fitzpatrick and Becky Hakes. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs, James Fitzpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hakes. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane have as their guest Mrs. Ann Lcmkiul of Sheldon, who has been here for the past week. Their daughter, Mrs. Fred Weisbusch anc daughters, Susie and Wendy of St. Paul, spent from Wednesday through Sunday here and Mr. Weisbusch and his father, Martin Weisbusch of Lake City, joined them for the weekend. ORGANIC SOIL BUILDER FOR Corn - Grain • Field Crops WILL NOT BURN - ODORLESS No Fillers - No Chemicals Where Can iYpu <?et More Than Super.Qro For Your nloney ? CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES 5 Higher protein content. Supplies major and minor nature's minerals. • Increased benefits, each year. • Long lasting. • More mellow soil. • Larger root structure. 5 Roots stay alive longer. Better legume stands. C Does not corrode equipment. § Harmless to humans and livestock TRY and COMPARE MARVIN RIDING LIVERMORE, IOWA PHONE ?607 Knights of Columbus wift at fend mass at St. Cecelia's church in a group. Sunday rhornin'g at 7:30 followed by a breakfast for members and their families' at the KG hall. n.-jiifl-|—i -• ' The session of the First Presbyterian church has called a special- congregational meeting for Wednesday evening, Nov. 1. to 'approve the 1962 budget and to consider the. disposal-Of some property of the church. Siri * Norton, student at Mankato State College, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nortorl, and was maid of honor at the Anderson-Olsen wedding. Guild of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening Hostesses .Were' Mrs. Marc Moort .and Mrs. Esther Barton. Mrs. £1- leh Marshall "gave devotions a Hattie ,Wilson, program. '• Dr. and MM. A, J. Eason had as their weekend guests, their daughter Susan, student at Drake University, and their son-in-law arid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Potter and family of Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post and Bob and Joan attended the football game at Iowa City Saturday and then went to Des Moines to visit Mrs. Post's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maury White. Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mrs., Orval Hakes, Mrs. Warren Nelson, Mrs. Ed Adams, Mrs. James Whittemore, Mrs. Maynard Mil ler and Mrs. David Smith were hostesses at a one o'clock bridge luncheon Tuesday at the Algoha Country Club. ~-o— Methodist Youth Fellowship had a bayride and program Sunday evening< Program leaders -Were Audrey Gardner and Gafrj Graham and hosts were Mr. arid Mrs. Stanley Gardner and- Mr. and Mrs. Glehri Graham. Mrs George Harris is counselor fof October. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry SkOgtstrpfb entertained' at a family ;pre- Thanksgiving dinner Sunday^ in honor of their son-in-la\v -'sffd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rfe- sey, who left Tuesday for-'Arm«helm, Cal. where they will rhSke their home. Present were ,Mr and .Mrs. Kinsey,- Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skogstrbm and family ,-ahd. David and Tommy. Among the Algonans alfendin§ the Iowa-Wisconsin game al Iowa City Saturday were *Mr. and Mrs. ,.A1 Agena. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Horisbruch, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grcenberg, Mr.,and Mrs. Andy Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott. Ladies of the First Baptist church honored their pastor's daughter, Sara Fountain, Lincoln, Neb., at a bridal shower Friday evening at the church. Circle one, Mrs. George Butterfield, chairman, was in charge. Mrs. Ron Bitz. arranged the program. Mrs. Albert Urch sang, Mrs. Wayne Keith gave a reading and Mrs. W. M. Geering. gave a bridal prayer. Miss Fountain was married to Frederick Samnelson, Lincoln, Saturday evening at t:ie parsonage. . Trudy Olsen, Donna Knell and Joan Ward entertained at a bridal shower for Marcia Anderson Tuesday evening. A mock wedding Was a feature of the entertainment. Thursday morning, Mrs. Roy McMahon and Mrs Adrian Sterling gave a coffee and pantry shower for Miss Anderson at the. McMahon home. Guests were neighbors of the bride's mother, Mrs. Everett Anderson Miss Anderson's wedding tc Richard,, Olsen took place Sunday. Meat Animal Ratings Four Kossuth 4-H members exhibited Angus baby beef projects at the Meat Animal Show at Waterloo, October 19. Tom Henry of Algona placed 9th in the medium heavy weight class and Duane Hilbert of LuVerne, 19th. Bernadette Hilbert placed 18th in the heavy weight class and Vir- thUrsdoy, October 26, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 gean Bierstedt of Whittemore re- ceived'honorable mention on hoi light and medium light weigh) entries. In the beef carcass show Tom Henry placed third; Bun Henry, fifth; Simon Henry, 9th and Jack Henry, 20th. The Philadelphia Athletics hold the record for scoring the most, runs in a single World Series inning. They counted 10 runs in the hist of the seventh inning in 192!) to defeat the Cubs, 10-8, and the 15 men who batted got a total of 10 hits in the frame. DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA 'J 407 OIBRIUNIIY IS SCREAMING "LET 60" of Staggering Proportions ..••'• •' '• .. : .' ' vx ^ 1 PRICES BROUGHT DOWN FOR A QUICK, DRASTIC "RAPID-FIRE" LET-GO!! STOREWIPE OVERSTOCK Here's A Tribute To Price-Cutting That Demands Your Immediate Attention ! We are bulging at the Seams with heavy overstocks - big inventories in-every department - and we are determined to SLICE OUR INVENTORY RIGHT IN HALF! So this sweeping S.O.S, Storewide Overstock Sale - with all prices slashed to unheard of - new lows. Yes, many below wholesale cost. We are turning the merchandise market upside down to clear our shelves and racks in double quick timel EVERYTHING we can legally cut in price - is SLASHED IN PRICE I You'll really like this SALE I VAL. to $14.95 LADIES SWEATERS Oct. 26 Fine Ban Lons, Wools, Heavy weights, Bulkies, new styles <2.77 $3.95, $6.95 LADIES BLOUSES Marvelous selection, lovely new patterns, all sizes. 1.77 $2.98 GOWNS, PAJAMAS DOOR BUSTER ^••MMMMMMMM&M, | On Sale Thurs. 10A.M. Reg. $1.49 to $2.50 TOWELS Size 23 x 46, extra heavy bath size. Plain colors and white. DOOR SMASHER I Value to $12.95 Ladies BULKY SWEATERS '4.77 New slip-over styles, 100% wool, lovely dark shades. DOOR JAMMER PO^^MMMOTM^^^MM^B^, $3.98. $5.98 GIRLS DRESSES SKIRTS, JACKETS CONTINUES 10 DAYS ONLY Reg. $3.85 Doz. DIAPERS First Quality, nationally famous Chic diapers. LIMIT 2 doz. to customer. 1.19 Outstanding selection, Sizes 4 thru TEENS. Nationally advertised by WEST CLOX — big asst. Sailor, Calico, Horse, Choo- Choo. CLOCKS Fine cotton chailis. prints, some flannels, a great buy] 1.19 RUSH IN FOR THIS $1.98, $3.49 MILLINERY On Saie Thurs. 10 A.M. I On Sale Thurs. 10 A.M. »*»•„ fail and winter ctyles, about (100) Hats in this sale. An A M 53.98, $4.93 LADIES BLOUSES Washable cottons, long, short sleeves. Sensational value 1 97 Value $29.95 GIRLS COATS 10.88 Beautiful Beige color, manmade FUR fibre, sizes 3 to 6x Value to $19.95 LADIES DRESSES (60) only — Ught and dark colors, early fall and summer weights. $3.98, $5.98 wcolens, all sizes — here is a BIG BARGAIN ! Good assortment, cottons and On Sale Thurs. 10 A.M. Reg. $5.98, $6.95 BLANKETS 3.44 Lovely Jacquard patterns, asst. colors and plains, wide Satin borders. MATERNITY DRESSES Large selection, 1 and 2 pc. styles. Pedal Pushers, Slacks, Blouses. BOY'S JEANS & TROUSERS Reg. S2.9& - BILLY THE KID Brand — New fall styles and colors. $ 2.17 THIS IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING OF THE HUNDREDS OF GIANT UNADVERTISED SPECIALS

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