The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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Mr and Mrs Ezra " Blanehard RobinatiH w **" *•*• JLUJUUli on Blast Lucas sheet to an apartment in the Alderson building on South Moore. , Mr and Mrs John Duiion have as guests M? and Mrs Jerry Out- ton, Omaha, Neb. Other guests at dinner Thanksgiving day were Mr and Mrs Jack Dutton. FRIDAY MATINEEl One Performance Only Starts at 1:30 ALGONA MORE FUN THAN A BARREL OF PUPPIES! KIDDIES ONLY 2S.c Ha SUsbotough ipehl Thanksgiving pt BVitt ,with Ut and Mrs M. 0. Eiehafdi; Thanksgiving, holiday at Adel With Dr. and itft'& Harold Ban- .toart. . • Mr and Mrs Phil Bollard Wen* dinner guests Thursday of Mf and Mrs Keith Ballard, West Bend. " " .< Mrs A. H, Cruikshahk had as guests a week ago r Sunday ,'Mt, and Mrs Rolland Grefe, Moines. ' Mr and Mrs Marry Cutler spent Thanksgiving at-'Alta with' Mrs Cutler's • parents, Mr nnd MVs C T. Wilson. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whilehill They serve so Well . . „ They last so long .- ''. . They make living easier and more pleasant'. . . So be sure to-'coh- iider 'EiectrJMllGifts' fo" ' •*.-.- i-r-MS gift list. were dinner guests Thursday of Mi 4 and Mrs Gerald Angus at Bancroft. Mr-and. Mrs Albin Spongberg spent Thanksgiving v weekend at Des Moihes With Mr and Mrs Tom Thompson. Mr and Mrs Roy Chrislensen were visited over the weekend by their sdn, Dr. Robert Chrisensen, a doctor jn residency at University hospital, Iowa City. Mrs Nellie Cook went Jo Spencer to 1 spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Chet Cook, who moved there a month and a haft .They have sold their homo here'. • ' , • ... Mr and Mrs Lyle Black were visited over'the weekend by Mr ind 'Mrs Wayne Black, Fort Dodge. The Lyle Blacks were dinner guests Thanksgiving Mr .and Mrs Stanley Black. . Mr and Mrs Russell Cook had as dinner \guests Thursday Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey* Mr and Mrs -Richard Harvey,, and Mrs Earl Robinson, Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs Carl Gillingham, Mason city. Mr and Mrs John Cash and family spent Thanksgiving ' at Lennox with the former's mother, Mrs Amy Cash. They will be joined, by Dr. and Mrs Paul Cash, Des Moines',. and Mr and Mrs Keith Cash, Albia.' While Charles Clemen! ' has been, in Veterans-hospital at Des Moines,'his wife has 'been ! at CarrnenV. IH-. -with Mr.'arid; Mrs Robert Obenman. Mr 'Clemen! was_'-.dismissed .Wednesday and was joined "by,, his wife- for the trip home. ; ' Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bruner and the latter's mother,-'Mrs Margaret Reid,-spent Thanksgiving at ton Dodge wjth Mr arid 'Mrs Edwin Cook'. .They. Were joined by the j parents, Mr and. Mrs Harry Brun-. • er, GHmdire>City, v arid Mr ,and Mrs Ekden• Peters, Palmer.. ' -Mr arid/'-Mrs .John 'Helmers .were-visited oyer the weekend by Mr arid Mrs Richard ; who. have been living at Slenft Culberfson has b$en fined to his 'honie the past with a branchial virus. • -^ Mr and Mrs Merte Charnbeii 'were .visited Sunday by Mr'.Ifla Mrs Kenneth Desing, Des Mbin£s ! , Mrs Eva Deim and Mary Bios!* were dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs L. W. John'sort at Irvington. .-'"• ,v-;^Mr and M*s Charles Pox plain to spend Sunday 'at Sheldon With Mr and Mrs Keith Campbelli : Mr and Mrs Murl Polier and Mrs Pearl Potter planned to spend Thanksgiving at Tarrta with Mi- and Mrs Durwood Pottert wea'» ther permitting. Mr arid' Mrs . Leroy Crapset spent Sunday at Rockfprd with the latter's cousins, Mr and Mrs Royal Wilson, ' and Were jpinedj by Mr and Mrs Russell Crapsery Wa,terloo. Mr and Mrs John Romer were at Dickens Friday to visit the Matter's father, William Beck, who left the following day to spend) the winter at Bradenton,,, -Fla.ji With Mr arid Mrs Vern Jarries., . Mr and Mrs Oliver Carlson were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Jake Jacobsori at 'Cpon, Rapids. Thanksgiving day they attended a family dinner at. Mr and Mrs E. E. Harris at Newel. . Mrs L. W. Keifh was laken lo Iowa. City by Mrs Wayne- Keith ( for an appointment at University', Hospital.. She has for some time 1 suffered with 'a facial nerve' ailment and- will Undergo treatment. Mr and Mrs William Foih had .as dinner guests Thursday >Mr and Mrs Leandcr Studer, Bpn- durant, Mr and Mrs Ed Garman, • Wesley, Mrs Irene Studer and Mr and Mrs John Foth. Mr and Mrs 'Chester Schoby had as Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrs Robert Hicks and family, Ames. '.Mr and Mrs Hicks.are moving to Springfield, Mo., ana will, be located there -before" 'Christmas. Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan had Mr and Mrs Robert Donovan anji three children as Thanksgiving guests. The visitors will spend Saturday and Sunday at Bancroft with the. parentsi; Mr.;^and Mrs Jess. Marlow. '••, .>~, ,': . Friends of Mrs W. C.' Me. Dougall have had word that her brother, Jay ,-Tubb'esing is in Mercy hospital,' Mason City, after' suffering a severe heart attack a week ago Sunday. He will be confined to bed four weeks. ' Timmy Clark went to St. Anthony to spend Thanksgiving with, His father, . Homer Clrffk and grandparents, (Mr and Mrs Clyde -iClark. He. accompanied Miss.' 1 Sfiimel who/spent'the holiday weekend with her family at Clemmons. V, Mv and Mrs Hairy Christensen, See All These And Many More Now In Your •employed Company. '.', , -..- ..'.;',."' Mr and Mrs Eugene Hood, Jo Ellen Milder and Bloridina Erpelding spent the weekend at Winona, Minn. The Hood's daughter, ;Mary Jeanne, freshman at St. J other relatives are being vis;:pd where'they 'have visited since the- latter part' of 'October with M.v and Mrs Maynard Guderian, for-, mer Algonans. Mrs Gsrirude Faulsi'.ck, Mr and: Mrs Eugene , Faulstick Mr and Mrs Gerald Fettts had us Thanksgiving weekend guests Mr and Mrs;,Jerry .Ferris, Iowa City. y . ; .. .'• Mr and Mrs Vincent Essei were visited over the Weekend by Mr and Mrs Clifford Esscr, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Perry By am were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs Bernard Nelson at Austin, Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst were in Des Moines from Sunday till Tuesday where the former attended n lax school. Mrs Mary Devine had as guests Thursday Mr and Mrs Clarence Bovine, Lost Nation, and Mr and Mrs Dunne Devine, Rockwell, City. Mr and Mrs Henry Furst and Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst and children spent Thanksgiving at Carpenter with Mr and Mrs Lynn Gordon. Gwen Egel came home from Kansas City, Mo., for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel and to attend the Betty Detrick-Frank Kern wedding. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feasler have as guest, the : latter's mother, Mrs Ole Knutson, Bradgate/who came for Thanksgiving and will remain the rest of the:week. Dr. and Mrs Ray Pplter had as Thanksgiving • guests then- children and families, Commander and. Mrs C. A. Creel, Chicago, Mr and Mrs Don McDonough, Schaller, Mr and Mrs James Potter, Nevada, and Mr and Mrs Don Potter. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel were at Ames to attend the ISU-Nebraska football game. Their son Phil 1 is a student at the Iowa State University. He was here over the Thanksgiving weekend. Other guests for the day wcro ,Mr and Mrs Perry Lakin, Ruthven. New Car Sales Zoom Past Week Sales of new cars and trucks shot up in Kossuth county during the past week. A total of 21 new vehicles were registered at ihe county treasurer's office by the following persons: Chevrolet — M. E. Busch, Ledyard, pickup; Cons. Co-Op Creameries, Whittemore, truck; E. E. Kading, Lone Rock; R. J. Thursday, November 13, 1961 Algona (lq.) Upper Pe» Moto«-3. Hilbcrt, Bode; J. H. or Marie Rode, Titonka; Bertha Rosseisen, Fenton; and E. R, Schuller, Whittemore. Ford — Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners; John Kohlhaas, Algona; T. W. Green, Lcdyard; and S. E. or Gladys Slrnley, Fenlon. Mercury — W. B. Shlplcr, Swea City; and E. M. Smith, Jr., Burl. Buick — Gertrude Rike, Titonka. Olds — G. F. Augustine, Algona; and C. J. Grimm, West Bendy* Morris Minor — W. J. Laing, Algona. Dodge — J. C. Eiscnbachef, Wesley; Knrcn SnnCtncr, Sweft. City; and John Hayes, Algona. 1* Sludebaker — J. H. or Helena Dittmer, Swea City. . • REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper,, Oes Moines Pub. Co., AJgona. U-Go-l-Go The U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club met Nov. 15 at Marlyn Lupkes. Maureen O'Brien and Corlis Rupp gave talks and Virginia Sifert and Rpse Mary Bullock gave demonstrations. Mrs Sifert was guest. SALES BOOKS, register ets, register, carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Upper pes Moine,s Pub. Co., Algona. ALGONA FANNIE HURST'S gm,**i 'romantic drama becomes the most compassionate motion picture of our day! SUN. thru WED. CONTINUOUS SUNDAY 1:30 P.M. T$te heart* probing story of a beautiful woman... and the man she loved more than ROSS HUNTER-CARROU.TON PROOUCTIOH urn* Kin r ft YERA MILES COLOR i Plus Color Cartoon »*»••' CHARLES.DRAKE • VIRGINIA GREY • REGINALD GARDINER ! Teresa's college, had? a role tin a 'performance of " " i "Bloo'mer Girl". and Charlene LaBarre are spenci- .ing the Thanksgiving here. , ' Mr and Mrs Frank Scancim the operetta, Ironwood, Mich., and Mr and Mary Jeanne Mrs Charles., Faulstick, Lincoln, Neb. They came -for 'Thankstfiv- holiday ing Day and remained over the I weekend.. Believe It or not, there are over 60 different 'low-priced electrics' you can|fhQO$e from for Christmas-giving . . , plus tha 'electri<f A nwjors' for thfct one really important family gift! Algona Municipal Utilities "MAKE IT A MERRY itiCTRIC CHRISTMAS" t- LGONA (CcnlinMous Thursday from 1: MAK£ IT A FAMILY PART/.CHAVE A AT A GOOP MOVIE ! HKSfiffl! Slim style Slacks for the- chubby girl and Teen, A specialized size range. $4.98 Sub Teen Coats a lovely twead with* white Pile lining arid Hcod a $24.95 value Now $11.81! Three Coins in Fountain Perfurhe A refreshing fragrance. Originally sold at $18.95 • A Xmas Special $1.95 RED HORSE CLOCK by WESTCLOX for childrens room. An accurate time keeper, Reg. $4.98 Special $1.98 FLANNEL GOWNS and PAJAMAS by Kickaway. Both come in Reg. or Waltz length. Regular $2.98 and $3.98 — Now $2.47 NYLON PANTIES and BRIEFS always an acceptable gift Special 2 pr. far $1,00 CAR COATS In many fabrics, colors, and styles. Plain or Fife fabrics. Wool, quilted or sherpa lined. Short or long length. Many have been greatly reduced. $7.95 to $21.95 ITALIAN SWEATERS in pretty colors, Cardigan or slip over styles. Values to $14.95 — All $5.00 SEAMPRUFE PAJAMAS None finer, comes in Pastel Shades. This is a Xmas special Reg. $6.00 Now $3.98 BURMIL XMAS RIBBON Ass't Colors Large Rolls — Make your own bows by simply pulling cord running thru ribbons. Reg. 39c to 98c roll 1/3 OFF SWEATERS Hundreds to choose from. Orlons, wools, and fur blends. Every one by a Natl. Mfgr. Values to $14.95 Now $4.47 to $7.95 GIRLS SWEATERS beautiful ass't new orlon in gay colors. Values to $3.98 Now $2.98 CINDERELLA DRESSES A beauiful Xmas dress for every girl from Tcts thru Teens. Many new fabrics. $2,98 to $9.95 Qaderella , sweeton candy stripes!/ sizes 3 to 6x, $4.98 7 to 12, $5.95 chubby 8V 2 -14Vi $7.95 At i»n In GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Delicious holiday look..,polished cotton with a lace-kissed collar, flower-embroidered sleeves. A real treat for Mother, too,,, it's easy care. PERM. WAVE g£t yours now before the Xmas rush. Monday- only, Reg. $10.00 wave. No extras to pay for $6.95 "Ship & Shore Blouses" A lovely ass't to choose from. Beautiful new styles and colors — $2.98 — $3.98

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