The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1961
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,, their weeeknd guests, Mrs. of attd .firtt and' Mr, and Mrs. Ray Hutchison, Waterloo. ROSY, RED JONATHAN all fiftceivid as members of the Presbyterian church Sunday were Harriet Gummlftgs, Joseph Wafd. Mr. wind Mrs, Wendell FedsteV; Kathy Piaster,.Richard Feaste)*, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Furst. APPLES bushel S 2.79 Jim MacDonald of Clear Lake was a weekend guest of John Pratt at the Merle Pratt home* MAW* LARGE SOLID COBBLER POTATOES ; 1.69 These potatoes will store for the Walter Months — Mr, and Mrs. Senjle Meyer e>l Monticello spent the weeeknd here at the parental Dick Meyers. Hf And have a Keeping 'Quillty WASHED WHITE POTATOES £ 59 ' ..,.',--•-'• •/'.'•'•. East End Grocery "YOUR POTATO HEADQUARTERS" TOP QUALITY BATTERY SPECIALS! For Top Starting Winter ^Choose a Varcon Battery From Our Big Stock This Week! VARCON WINTER MASTER Two-year Guarantee 6-volt • Group -I With Exchange $ 9.99 VARCON DELUXE 12-Volt 30-months Guarantee With Exchange $ 15.45 VARCON SUPER ACTIVE 1845 4-year Guarantee 12-Volt With Exchange PHpNE OY 4-9749 VIKING OIL CO. E. 6. CARLSON, Mgr. "W5 GIVE KING KORN & GOLD BONO STAMPS Mr. and Mrs. Burton ffaftnee spetit the' weekend at Minneapolis and attended the footbal 1 game. ' Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon and the Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. i Vic Seely. senior at Iowa Stale U., Ames, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely. Karen Haase, student nurse a Iowa Methodist Hospital, ' Des Molnes, spent the weekend htjre with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clif Haase. > , Mr. and-Mrs. Eldon Winkel • are parents "of their first child, a s»x pound, three ounce daughter tjorn Sunday at St. Ann hos/ pitaliv '. ;> •:;,-..• • -.'•;,, .- • —o—•;•' • •• Pauline McMahon, freshman at Clarinda 'Junior College, spent a recent weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Trumai Simpson. —o— Mrs. Joseph Skow .has beer elected Mother-of-the-Month for November by the members of the Presbyterian T h u. r s d a y-Nitc Youth Club. Sherry Read, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Chalmer Read came from Morningside college at Sioux City for the high school Homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan were in Minneapolis over the weekend, where they visited former Algonans, Dr. and Mis Robert Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faustich Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich and Mr and Mrs. Art Leek and Delores spent the weekend. in Minneapolis with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cowan spent the weeeknd in Minneapolis and attended the Minnesota-Michigan football .game. Dr. Louis Snyder, Ron Mock Lawrence Hutzell, James.John, son and Louis Kelley. attendee 1 tthe Spencer, Dis.t.ijict, Men's Rally of the Methodist'church at Spencer Tuesday. Among the Algonans attending the Minnesota-Michigan game at Minneapolis Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins- and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr. Best costume prizes at the Beta Sigma Phi Halloween danci Saturday evening went to Mr and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, couple'f prize; Mrs. Willard Ziegler, ladies' prize, and Garry Davis man's prize. Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday at the home or Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. Mrs Keith Christie will be co-hostess, The program, on grand opera is in charge of Mrs. Newton Coughenour, Mrs. John Hayes and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. —o— Linda Tague, John Plait, Beverly ' James, Pam Waller, State University of Iowa, Gary Angle and Leonard Funk, Iowa State University, Ames, were amonr the many Algona college students attending the high schoo! Homecoming over the weekend. —o— Intermediate Youth Fellowship of the Methodist church had a Halloween party Sunday evening. Susan Moulton, Tom Ricklefs and David Palmer were in charge and hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Turnej and Mrs. Marjorie Apple were \n Minneapolis over the weekend to attend the wedding of the Turner's grandson, Davic 5 DeKriuf, to Bonnie Brown. Thr bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius DeKriuf. Thf newlyweds are at home in Sheldon. Bi)l Sigsbee, Jack Vipond, Den ny Waller and Clara Hanson students at the State University of Iowa, were home over the weekend to attend the higl- school Homecoming. Mrs. Jiir Vipond and -Mrs. Tom Vipond made the trip to get them and Ml', and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee took them back. Andrew Crawford was master of ceremonies at the Algonn, Churchmen's dinner Tuesday evening. Joe Skow was sonj- leader, Mrs. George Sefrit, ac companist, and Robert Moon sang, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Seimen. Participating with prayer and scripture were Mel Bay, Dr. C. L. Plott and Wesley Bartlett. Dr. C. T. R. Yeates, Des Moines, was guest speaker. Lafry kleln, freshman at College' of Iowa, Cedar Falls speiit the weekend here Wit! his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs Dwayne Klein. • T'rt "" * The Order of Eastern Siaf 1 411 have a stated meeting Tuesdfij -evening, Nov. 7. The committee in charge is Mr. and Mrs, John Hayes, chairmen, Mr, and 'Mrs- Victor Parsons, Mrs. Myfa f Ostrum, Mrs. Elizabeth 'Post, r Mr\ and Mrs. Hugh, Raney, Rhoda Bonar and Mrs. Rosetta Johannsert. Xi Xi, AlphTpsi and Zeta S3 chapter, of Beta Sigma Phi Will have their fall banquet Saturday evening, at the VFW hall. Mrs. Lyle Anderson will be toastmistress at- the program and Mrs. James Kroll . and Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider will speak. There .will be initiation bf nexv members and a dance for husbands and guests will follow., , —o— A new club, the ,Metho-MateV has been organized in the Methodist church here. Organizatiqr- was held at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Merle Webster and the club fs open to couples in the.-. 40 to 60 age group. Officers elected were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wjck- liff,-presidents; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, secretary-treasurer., Thr next meeting will be Nov. 19. , — 0 . ' .'.! New members .received into the Methodist church 'Sunday were Mrs. Earl Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. , Doyle ' Dailey, Timothy Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul GU- geler, Mr. and,Mrs. Curtis Haahr. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson, Marjorie Henderson, Mrs. Melvin Kern, Mr. and Mrs. , Gus; Lundh, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1 Olsen, Patricia Reilly, ,Earl.' E Richards, Mrs. Ida Reid, Alden Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Saiter, LaVonne Saiter, Vicki Steii, Mr and Mrs. Robert Sigsbee, l Mr. and Mrs. James Whittemore. elections are held at the Cdllef six weeks after the. opening b classes. • Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Pitch - Mr. and Mrs. P. W, , Mflrlow and family were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs Harley Rusher, Bancroft. The Bernard Phelps finishCc picking corn Saturday forenoon Mrs. Lawrence Govern, Mrs, Clifford Young and Mrs. Victor Fitch went to Forest .City and Mason City Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jay Steven and Mrs. P. W. Marlow went to Mason City Friday to bring _ Jean Steven ioma to spend the'weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stever and family were dinner and sup- )cr' guests in the Jay Steven lome. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson f Minneapolis came Saturday light to spend Sunday with their >arents, Mr. and Mrs. ,J. R hompson and Mr. and Mrs Edmond Larsen. and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ern and Vincent Govern attended .the turkey supper at the St, John's Catholic church at Baft' .croft Sunday evening. '•' "Mr, and Mrs. Jack Thorhpsoii of Minneapolis were.dlnnei guests in the Edmund Larset} home and supper guests in the J. R. Thompson home. < ' Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Gellen- feldt were Sunday visitors In thf Edrriund Larsen home. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland Will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 7, with Leona Haase in the Levant Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. August Potthoff of Fairmont and Gus Potthoff ol Lakota were Sunday dinner guests in the Victor Fitch home. "Never bear more than one, trouble at a time. Some people bear three kinds: All they have ever had, all they have now, and all they expect to have". , Babe Ruth registered the top atting average in a single Seres when he batted .625 in 1928 le had four singles, three doub- cs, and three home. Tuns in 16 at November 2, 1961 Atgona (la.) Upper Des Mofnei-3 Sheryl Herfzke Of Lakota Weds Swea City Man Sheryl Kay Herlzke bocamr the bride of Don Edward Cordes in an evening ceremony Oct. 21 at tmmanuel Lutheran church, Swea City. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hertzkc, Lakota, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cordes, Swea City. The double-ring service \vi\t conducted by the Rev. Leroy Pillman, Mrs. Pillman was organist and Roger Brack sang. Attendants to the bride werr Mrs. Fred Strcker, matron of honor; Phyllis, Charlotte Havener and Carolyn Janssrn. bridesmaids. Tammy Elliott was flower girl. The groom's attendants were Dennis Lund, best man; Jeraltj Hcrtzkc, Ronald Stengel and Harlan Melz, groomsmen. Ushers were Fred Stecker, and DePaul Zimmerman, and Kevin Perice carried the rings. There was a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. Tlio couple Is at home at Swea City, after a wedding trip west. The bride, a graduate of Lakota ,high school and Gale Institute, Minneapolis, was employed as a receptionist at Diversified Services, Inc., Minneapolis. The groom, a graduate of Swea City high school, is farming. ats against the Cardinals, tie iso managed to hit three home uns in one game twice, against Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young, the, Cardinals in, 192& and 1928. Mary Jean Hood In College Post Winona, Minn. — Miss Mary Jean Hood, freshman at the College of Saint Teresa, Winbnai Minn., was elected student council representative 'for the freshman class at the elections held; this week. Miss Hood is thei daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, 803 East Call Street, Algona. Traditionally, freshman class HERE'S THE BilY OF THE WEEK! HALF PRICEl SAVE 99e Scorch-resistant sfficone-freafe'd coyer : 'reflects heat,'speeds ironlng.Twln-layer feltray pad with poly-foam cushioning ' reduces ironing shine, provides air-flow action, . CULLEN HARDWARE MEMORY TEST! Right now, could you lay. your hands on your... Will Birth .Certificate Abstract Bonds Marriage Certificate. Contracts Stockf Valuable Papers Deeds. Scattered about ^our home, H might be difficult. Placed fn a Safe.Deposit Box, your valuables are secure against fire, theft or loss of any kind. Get onel OWA STATE BANK Your Partner In Progress Member F.D.I.C. ALGONA WE'VE GONE ALL THE WAY IN A SUPREME EFFORT TO CUT OUR BIG INVENTORY IN HALF! OUT THEY GO! LADIES BLOUSES Nationally Advertised. Good asst. ' Sizes and Colprs. Values to $4.98 NOW 88c ALSO Large assl. to $6.98 NOW $1.77 OUT THEY GO I Ladies & Misses Car Coats Lovely assl., over the Hip length Melton Cloth Charcoal gray, quill- ed Lining. — Reg. -17.95. . .NOW $14.88 Other Specials $8.88 to $22.88 MANY, MANY ITEMS Belov/Our Cost I AT COST! SLIGHTLY ABOVE COST 1 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! SWEEPING TOCK GIANT Overstock Sale UPM ClMilfied* Pt7 Pifldtndi BEAT THE FINAL BELL I WOVEN PLAID BED SPREADS Asst. Colors — Full size $3.98 — NOW $2.77. Bath Room Sets Rug & Seat Cover to match. '/s OFF OUT THEY GO I YARN RUGS Cut loop patterns, deep pile. 30" x 60" -$1.98 45" x 60" - $2,19 Others at 98c BEAT THE FINAL BELL I LADIES Flannelette Sleep Wear Choice of Gowns or Pajamas Reg. $3.49 — $3.98 Choice $2.44 20% Discount on all Robes OUT THEY GO I LADIES SUPS Large asst. of Vi and full styles Cotton, Rayon and Nylons — Real Specials. Values to $2.98 Now 97c BEAT THE FINAL BEll I LADIES & MISSES SKIRTS Prints and Plains Values to $4-98 NOW $1.19 All Other Skirts — 30% OFF OUT THEY GO I 6 TRANSISTOR RADIOS Reg, *11.88 MEN'S JEWELRY SETS Reg $1.00 & $1,50 NOW 50c LARGE SELECTION WOMEN JEWELRY 1/2 OFF GIRLS BOUFFANT SLIPS 1/3 OFF BEAT THE FINAL BELL I SUB-TEEN "V WINTER COATS Lovely Tweed patterns, VHuie Pile lined Hood. — These'were in a National catalog at $19.95. Our Price $10.88 WASH CLOTHS Compare at 25c — 29c 8 For 99c BEAT THE FINAL BELL I GIRLS COATS & CAR COATS S=zes 3 to 14 — Many styles and colors. Wonderful Values. OFF Permanent Waves Mon. & Tuesday — Reg. $10.00 Special $6.88 YOU CANNOT PAY THE REGULAR PRICE FOR ANY ITEM IN OUR STOCK

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