The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 5
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Rebecca Egel, 10 •Mrs Ernest Egel gave a part* Nov. IS honoring the tenth birthday of her daughter, Rebecca Guests were Yvon and Margarc! &T ey ' , Kat l iy Vann ' Jamir Christy, Mary Kay Scherer, Mar cia hlnken, Kristy Kern, Sandrs Walker, Kristi Kent, Pamela, Putney and Carla Laing. Mrs Thomas Putney assisted in . serving the supper. The evening M fjTeht ai progressive Bingo andrprize win- rterS were Marcia Hinken, Carla Laing and Yvon Crowley. /:••• • ".. ~— ; ' » h: < Sorority Meeting t ., S '^ ./The Zeta Xi Chapter'of Betti Sigma Phi met Monday evening November 13th at the home of Mrs Larry Mantis 'at Burt. Mrs Loreri Nelson .and Mrs Ed Kisci, presented .lessons. The chaptei Will have ai theatre party Monday evening,- NoVeniber 27th followed by. a .business meeting at tht home of Mrs Louis Krull. •'•'•* . - ~7 • Honor Visitor JMr and Mrs Chester Schob}' entertained a group of former classmates for J. T. Jackson o, Mountain Home, Pa. Other guests were Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry, Mr and Mrs Arthur Jackrnnn, M'- and Mrs Milton Norton, Dr. and Mrs Ray Potter. The honoree, W. A. Barry, Mrs Jackman, Miltoti Norton and Dr. Potter were 1911 graduates; -? ,, •, -..- >.- ; . Birthday Observed: Mrs Albin Spongberg gave a party Sunday evening' honoring the 'birthday of her husband. Guests were retired railway mail clerks and their wives, Mr and Mrs Ed Hough, Mr and 1 Mrs John Thompson, Guy Stokes r and B.-1» Richardson. ; . ; : Steven Bloom. 6 ' ' Mrs Marlene Bloom gave a party Saturday in celebration of her son Steven's ' ' sixth birthday. Guests were Susan Bauchanan, Cheryl Bullock, Patty Joseph, Dave ChrischtQes, Shannoiv Lynch; and Kevin .Armstrong, v Games were played' and refreshments* served. -,. ?.. I '.. I • "• Hosts Bridge Club Mrs E. B. Carlson entertained her Bridge clubi tylpn^y pvening., Razing Old School 'St. Peter _and Paul's old school building In West Bend has beert purchased, by Eddie. Dorwdfter for the sum of $2,500; and Is now ift the process of being tbrn down. Riverdale Unit 1 Riverdale Rustlers .Unit II mei November 10. A demonstration was given by Kathleen ana Ghrisiine Plathe and talks given by Rosa Lee Illg, Bernadette Jlbert, and Charlerie 'Thilges. The leaders gave suggestions on Christmas gifts', we could Laubenthal Weds Irma Ann . Laubenthal, .daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Laubenthal, became the bride of Glen F. Gindling, son of Mr and' Mrs Frank F. Gindling of Manson, m a double ring ceremony -Saturday morning, Novell, in St. Cecelia's Cathblic i.churdh. Msgr. p.; P. Gearen officiated at . the ceremony. Kathleen .Griffin was organist. : - ••,' 'jv-b ?.>. :'••- ;' Mrs'Kenneth r Krieger served her sister as matron of honor' and Mrs Merle Laubenthal was bridesmaid. The bridegroom's ^attend-' ants were Kenneth', Kriegeif 4 , Merle Laubenthal. •, s : ' :.;;•' >The .bridevwore^ jfloorjlshgth': gown of white bridal' ?atih .with Chantilly -lace' motifs, basque, bo-j dice and .long : sleeves ''ending in bridal points at' the wrists. The scoop k% neckline was ornamented with a'n applique ^design of chantilly lace .and. irridescent sequins. The full skirt .had sequined lace •motifs and a butterfly bow at the back. Her cloud' veil;of imported silk English illusion fell from a tiara of . pearls and rhinestones. She wore •" a diamond pendant, •gift of the .bridgroom and carriecj a .bo.tiquet. of .red rpses.:and steph- onotis.. r i; . ; .' ,A dinner-r.ec^p'tion; for 100 'guests) fbljo',wed a( the.^ Plantation ^B&llroom. Nprrine 1 Kollasch registered the guests and Mrs Larry Francis and Mildred Kenny poured..,. ••:-.;.,, ••'•' • : ; , - .... ... '• The brfde is a graduate, of-St, Joseph's' ^school, Bode', and has been 'employed at Northwestern Bell'Tele.' Co. The bridegroom is a graduate of Manspn. high school, and'is now attending State College of Iowa' at Cedar Falls where they will make their home. (Glenn's Studio Photo —-UDM Engraving) . >• ' "' make. Lu«cji was _„ less was Mary Site Zeihiet.'.t Bond Sales Sales of l/rtfted States ._..„. bands' in IbWa during' pctdn wete more than $800'iholfsal higher than lor the-sa,&)e jtfdft in J960. The slate reebifaed s$ of $81797,967, bodsting the," month total to $i21;iOS,d74 foi per'cent of its annual gOtl..LS Nitchals, Algona, vdlunt'eef',cM; man, reported that October sai in Kossuth county wene ,$?6;3 making a ten-month total-, . $1,008,724 for 65 per cent of ,i'l 1901 quota. ' ' ,"' "'* KISS CARPET CONFUSION GOODBYE FOR THE FjRST TIME . . .YOU KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY! ONLY GULISTAN'S "PERFORMANCE RATING" TELLS YOU THE RIGHT CARPETING FOR YOUR FAMILY, YOUR HOME Now you don't ever have to worry which weave to choose, which fiber, which thickness. "Performance Rating" tells you simply , clearly, at a glance. Routes you straight to the carpet that's Just right-for the area You're carpeting. With it ypu know exactly how any Gulistan Carpet will stand up in actual use. You're spared the expense of luxury carpet you don't really need. You're sure too, that you aren't skimping on quo!* ity where you do need it, Gulistan is your assurance of quality. Whatever grad* yjw $99*9, yew know it's laboraKgyJejted before you ever set eyes or set f«9t on it* For 60 years Gulistan's research and quality-control procedures have let the standards in Jfa |prptt Industry,,''. And whichever one of 45 stylsi of 500 colors you thwse, you're sure pf magnificent value, lovely, livqblf Oulistan carpeting comes for ns .little at $6.95 » square yard. JU E$tf ULISTAN. CARPET libontory ind ficomraended ulrlng { (^Standard U«« g] Medium-Heavy Use Q Heavy Use NOW. YOU'RE PROTECTED when you buy Gulistan Carpet here! Exclusive Performance Bating System .tells you at a glance what to expect of the carpet you choo$e, Come see! YOUR FRANCHISED DEALER READ'S FURN. & CARPETS THE STORE WITH NEW CARPET SHOWROOM New Stretch Of No. 18To Open Nov. 23 New Higlnvay No. 18 froin Sexton.east to Britt was to be opened officially for traffic bv Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, Highway Engineer Doug Heins announced this week, • When the opening occurs the stop signs at two Intersections will be changed, Heins pointefl out. He emphasized that motorists should be alert to these changes The signs on North Main in Briit will be changed to stop the north and south traffic approaching No. 18, Up until the opening the west bound traffic has had to stop. The other change will be at the junction of No. 60 and old No. 18 east of Wesley. The north- south bound, traffic on No. 60 will have the right-of-way with east-west bound traffic on oia No. 18 stopping. fhuridoy, Novembtr 23, t»6|Al fl ona(la.) U P ft«rD«Molnt>^g •Motorists can avoid r accidents b£ noting these stop sign changes. Heins Said th^t wijh,a Couple of days'of Hlce \veather the as- phal(lc concrete jJav^ment 'from Hutchins West will be completed and new No,. ft. ttp/rf tp tra'ffidi* Some motorists have btiert u»- ing part Of the hew highway near Britt but they drive on it at their own risk since it is not officially open for .traffic. At least three minor accidents have occured on that stretch of new highway. c.'•'.,; •• PMBA8AHTS , Elmer "Benning of DeWUt relates .an unusual experience in which he killed three cock phea- •• sants with one shot. Proceeding , along a road in his car, Benning•• sa\w a single cock pheasaHt alohg" the roadway just in front of 'a v;: stand of foliage. He stopped the' car, got out and fifed once and>* the pheasant fell dead. Seconds- • later,, another cock came flutter-!,' ing out of the foliage and dropped dead and then a third. „ IP IT'S NEWS WE WAN1 *7 4-3335 - YOUR NEWSPAPER VAN CAMP FAREWAY'S FINE QUALITY MEATS 100% PURE FRESH GROUND BIEF Ib. .......... «c SWIFTS PfcEMIUMj, SLICED BA($N Ib. ......... 59c RENWICK - PIONEER LONGHORNJfHEESE Ib 49c USDA.CMOICE BEEF ROUND STEAK 11 ^ft« And IN 7U() Pork -Beans 300 SIZE CAN 10 QUICK OR REGULAR Quaker Oats BOX NESTLES Choc. Chips 6 oz. PKG. 19 SWISS, STEAK CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE 6OZ. JAR i- __ — • GOLD BELL FULL LINE ASSORTED ROLLED BONELESS FISH FILLETS - RUMP ROAST RAISINS LB. PKG. 33° COCOA 4- 8OZ; CAN ^, MIX or MATCH BUTTER KERNEL RED KIDNEY BEANS GREAT NORTHERN NAVY BEANS MRS. GRIMES CHILI BEANS 300 Size Cans C 49 li fLIPTON BLACK TEA V* LB. PKG. 39 HUNTS 4 21/2 SIZE CANS loo CAMPBELLS SOUP Tomato 3 TALL CANS 29 HORMEL CHILI 3 15 3u£ z$ 100 JOHNSONS WAX KLEAR QT. CAN 89 DUNCAN HINES MEAT PIES 5 Pkgs- 'I CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE REG. BOXES PIZZA MIX 89 WIH SAUSADE Box «c GARDNER JOHNSON'S Mixed Nuts LB. CAN GRIFFIN Coconut LB. PKG. 43 DIXIE Popcorn 2LB. BAG 19 RED OR WHITE Potatoes 25 LB. BAG 59 CURTIS Marshmallows 2 '%£ 35' FIRESIDE SANDWICH COOKIES 6HQCQLATI ^B i 1 /? IB. olnn ^ PKGS. 9 100 PRICES EFFECTIVE NOV. 24 THRU NOV. 29

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