The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1961
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Mrs. Esther Barton spent the Christmas weekend at Webb wltfi Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook, '• . . Mr.'and Mrs. R. H. Miller spent Christmas at Estherville' with the letter's mother, Mrs. L. G. Thompson. \-\ Fred Duerr, a student at Iowa State University, Ames, is vacationing with his parents, Mtv arid Mrs. Frank Duerr. . ; i Mr. and Mrs. Don Duffy spent the Christmas weekend at Crookston, Minn., with the former's mother, Mrs. Adeline Duffy. "Mr. and Mrs. William Cook were visited over the Christmas weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volk, and Vincent, Avoca. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. : Linnan had as Christmas' guests Dorothy Wasseriberg, Minneapolis, Mar- •garet Reardon, ,St. Paul,-.Minn., and Joan Linnan, Maurice. Mr. and Mrs'. ; J. M. 'Elmbre had as Christmas dinner guests Mr and Mrs. Earl Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eltnore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elmore, Mr.'arid Mrs/Walter Boe'ckholf, and .Mr. and Mr.-.. Loreri Bell and the respective families: • ' • • . Jerry Becker, who is enrolled, at Augustana College, -Sioux Falls, S.'D., is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William. T. Becker. • The Becker? were dinner guests Sunday at Buffalo. Center, with the parental William R. Beckers; Monday they were guests of Mrs. Becker's ." parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeVries, at Buffalo Center, i • •••.,... Mrs. Henry Braun was visited over the weekend by her daughter, Agnes, Spencer. , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley hda Helen Cogley and Frank Cogley, Bancroft, as dinner guests Christ-, mas day. ; • ;;.•' '. '• Mr. and Mrs. :John Sires and family spent Christmas, day a;t Fairmont, ' Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson. Joan Byam, who leaches at Rochester, Minn., is spending the holiday vacation with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam.; Mary Lucey came frohi Siaten Island, N.Y. to spend the ;ho> days with her mother Mrs.'Robert Lucey and grandfather Harry Godden.i , • Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns had as dinner guests Christmas Mr. and.Mrs.: Dewey Skillint? and family and Mr., and Mrs.;Robert Skilling. ..'.'. Mt. and Mrs. Don Asa entertained at Christmas dinner anrt had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Dale Peterson, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Asa of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith haa as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elvin,Moore, Greene, Mrs. Edna Richter, Titonka, , and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Beresfors, :Kanawha. " Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker had as dinner guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnackenberg and Mrs. ; Henry Schnackeri- berg, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,Be,cker, 'Mr. .and Mrs. Harold 'Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Rpscoe Mawdsley, Jr. of Burt. ' '•-. Mr, and Mrs l Bean Barnes spent the weekend at Hasiings, Miftli. With Mr, and Mrs, Heftry Carsten.< Mr, and Mrs. Max Bast speiii Sunday and Monday at Emmetsburg with Mi-, and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Warren Andreasen were visited Saturday and overnight by, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sweet,' Omaha, Neb, Mr, and Mrs, Glenn BurJis Were supp'ei- guests Monday of the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis, Lakota. , Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena, Kay and David, were guests' Christmas day of Mrs. Agena's aunt, Mrs, Marie Tennent at Hartley.' -Mrs, M, E. .Bilyeit'had ad Christmas 'weekend 'gucks Mn and Mrs. ' ; Mei'le ; " Bilydu, EaV. Claire,';.Wise,;.' and Mr. and ;Mrs. Clayton BilyeU, Independence. /" Sandra Bay of Augtistana.'CO!-' lege, Sioux Falls, S. D., and Kathy Bay; of the State University at Iowa • City are spending their holiday vacation . with the parents, Mr. and Mrs'. Mel Bay. ' ; ;Mary Bradley, student at Du Chesne .college, Omaha, Neb., and Joe Bradley Jr., Camp Peridelton, Calif., are here till Jan. 2 with the parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Joe Bradley. The family spent Christmas day at Humboldt with Mrs. Bradley's -mother, Mrs. 'William Vonderhaar. ....•'•...••'• Caro.line Bickert, student at St. Catherine's college, St. 'Paul, Minn., is spending her vacation with her parents,,Mr. -and Mrs. Rdbert Bickert. The family went to Sioux Falls, S., D. to spena Christmas day and were overnight, guests of Mr. -and Mrst Frank Fischer. ' \ '• I- Mr. and'Mrs. Ted Chrischilles and children spent Monday at .Webster City with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knutson.- They were accompanied by the. mother^ Mrs. Sadie Knutson, Eagle Grove. Mr v and Mrs. Jack' Chrischilles,' - Me. and 'Mrs. .Julian Chrischilles' and families and Theo Chrischilles spent Christmas eve at Mr. and Mrs.] Ted ;Chrischilles', ••.•'• ]\ Mr. and Mrs. William .Aadef s6n,were visited from Saturday tilt aftef Christmas .by^Mf/tftti Mrs. Neil Anderson and Keith, Nashville, Tenn. Ardith Holt, Astronder, Mlhft. spent the Christmas holidays with her father, W.*A. Knoll artH brother -and family, 11 ' Williati .Knoll) Lone Rodk. _ t Mr. and Mrs, Charles ,Schaeffer had as dinner- guests Christmas Mr.'and Mrs'. Duatie'McGregor and children, Bancroft, and Mi-, and Mrs. William-Hill. Mrs. Lucille .Zerfass Was vis* ited' last week by her sister Mrs. James Altwegg'and son of'ftefl- field. She Telurried with thenrfdr a visit over the holidays. Mr, arid Mrs, Lyle Black as guests' Christmas day. Mr.'gild Mrs. Jack Black and- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black,- Fort DddgeV and Mr, and Mrs. Clarepce Bun- kofskb, Corydon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carman entertained at Open House, Dec. 24 for relatives and friends in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Garman and Billy, Houston, Test ahd Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Carman and. Brian, Lubbock, Tex. Who visited over the holidays. Or. and Mrs. A. J. Eason hat as holiday weekend guests Mr" and Mrs. James Potter* ftevBda find Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ogland Des'Moines. ': Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard spent Sunday at Pocahonfcss with the parents, Mr. and Mfs^ V. A. Robinson and Monday they were at Wesley with Mrs. fiallard's father, Vincent Doughah'. \ Mrs, Elizabeth Degeir was visited over the Christmas weekend by her son, Rev. Jerome Degeti, Sioux City/ They were dinner guests Mdnday of Mr. and'Mrs. Les Fuchsen at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs.' Clair Blossom had as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal, Fdrest City, Mrs. Mamie Hpgan/ William Baas, West Bend and Mr. anti Mrs. R. S. Blossom. : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, Mrs. Eliza Angle and Mrs. 'Sarah Lallier were joined Christmas day at Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Lallier's at Ventura by.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman Jr., Dodge Center, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, .Lone Rock, and Mrs. Alice Mayfield, Clear Lake. Mrs. 'Angle went home with Mrs. Mayfieid for a visit of several days. ', Mrs. Warren Andreasen plans to spend most of the week nl Hampton with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wharton and the daughter Kathy will remain foi a longer time. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Etpeldlng has as guests Christmas Mrs. Mary Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Garman and. family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Garman and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garman all of Algona. . '.-':'! . ! ' ''' .' Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Mrs. Rose Scanlan spent Christmas weekend at Clarion with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brand and family. They were joined by Mr, and Mrs. Cliff Livedalen, Minneapolis,, Minn. • , , „ Mr. and ' Mrs.. Everett Baldus left'Sunday tb ' : spend the day at the parental Baldus Home and with' other ' refaliVes. Monday they were guests' of Mrs. Baldus' jarents^ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Su- 3ra, also of Ogden. ' f Mr. and Mrs. Wendell French and Mrs. Cidney Laird left Friday via plane for California. The •Yenchs will visit Mr. and Mrs. 3on French at Torrence' and Mrs. jaird will be with Mr: and Mrs. Stewart Barnes at Los Angeles. Thursday, December 28, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mb!nes-3. MEN'S RUBBER KNEE BOOTS YEAR FURNITURE & CARPETS Yours for $1 each Mr. and Mrs. John Voss hid as guests Christinas day Mr. and Mrs. Dclmar Voss, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mr. John Voss Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss, LuVerne, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Woise, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley are being visited over tut holidays by their daughter, Margaret Ann, Cheverly, Md, They went to Rock Rapids Christmas day to be with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collins. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick attended a family dinner Christmas at the home of the former's sister, Naomi Kenefick, at Eagle Grove. Another sister, Thelma Kenefick, was there from St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Dena Boeckelman entertained at a family dinner Monday and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. RusSell Winter, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Winter and 'daughter Robin, St. Paul, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Boekelman and family. ' ; Ila BilsbbrougK spent the holiday 'weekend, at Britt with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards. They were joined for dinner Christmas day by Mr. and Mrs. Keaneth Richards, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards, Garner. , Charles Sireit accompanied Mf, and Mrs. Richard Schneider to DCS Moines Saturday and was guest of his uncle and aunt, M^r. and Mrs. Milton Coonan. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthety. Strcit joined him later. Monday,, the Strcits were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. H. Morling. at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa were visited over the weekend by Mrs. Rae Hutchison and Mr. and Mrt,' George Draper, Waterloo. Other guests Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Peterson, Clear Lakej; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa, Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson aricT Mrs. Faye Hutchison and children of the Doan vicinjty. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al* gona, across from new Municipal parking lot. , , . ;'" Phil is on vacation so we employees have the run of the store 1 We are going to slice prices like they have never been sliced before! Here are '* some examples ! . Army Bath Towels A hard to get item ! i Now 69c Each ANOTHER HOT ITEM 1£ MEN'S QUSLTJb Insulated Underwear Was $7.99 - Washable Too I Now $5.11 OUR SAME GOOD QUALITY All Rubber Tool Take 'em away only 12 pair left ASSORTED STYLES IN MEN'S JACKETS ! Values to $15.99 $6.57 , i That's Right $6.57 LOOK AT THE PRICES ONi OVERSHOES I MEN'S ZIP MEN'S 4 BUCKlE 4 or 5 BUCKLE $3.99 $09 ; Heavy Duty '• Work UNDIES TOP OR BOTTOM $1.99 FIRST COME FIRST SERVED ONE ONLY, THREE PIECE LADIES LUGGAGE SET Yours for a $10 Dollar Bill HERE IS THE BUY OF THE WEEK ! 17 JEWEL MEN'S WRIST WATCHES • SHOCK RESISTANT • STAINLESS STEEL CASE • GUARANTEED COME AND GET THEM ONLY 8 LEFT - REG. $19.95. Plus Tax MEN'S BLUE FLANNEL DRESS TROUSERS ! 'were 1 $4. ( 9? pfaM *«•:!«'« Now $1J()0 Pair ,'•'; PULL' faN - STftAP TOP ' EK5MOES , ,. ; , • ( -, HERE'S'A GIVE AWAY II : ''_ ;I«EM'S WOOL SUBURBAN COATS values fo $19.95 —.Your Choice . We Have a selected group on sale I Orion button fronts and slip-overs, were $6.99 - Your Choice. SWEATERS! $3.27 \ ' 'MEN'S RE<i.'44e>AiR WORK GLOVES ONE DOZ. PAIR DRESS SHIRTS" y °° didnf 0et ° nefor X-mas — take advantage of these ass't colors and sizes. - Were $2.95 and $3.95. $1.46 Each NEED A WHITE BLAST JACKET OR NfcfcU A WMIIfc bLAbl UK fJAA n t") AA CAMOUFLAGE COAT FOR HUNT- \| «W £ \< UU ,K,«0 IAIC ftrtT /CM VS.// « JJ,/J ING? WE GOT 'EM THERMAL KNIT - WARM AND COMFORTABLE - ASS'T COLORS SWEAT SHIRTS Reg. $3.99 Now $1.47 •\ STOP IN AND SAY HELLO! BROWSE THRU THE STORE AND SEE THE BARGAINS! GET YOUR SHARE WHILE PHIL IS AWAY! START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! DIAM "JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA" DON'T MISS IT! TERRIFIC SAYINGS THROUGH-OUT STORE ^^•Hl!^^ Aw w^P

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