The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1962
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Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore are vacationing in Florida. Mrs Milo Rentz is a medical patient at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mrs Otto Engstrom is hostess to her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). Q Mrs M. If. Honsbruch will be hostess to her card club on Thursday evening. Mrs Walter Klamp will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. —o— Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey left Saturday for a winter vacation at Brownsville, Texas. Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund are parents of a son, Thomas Herbert born Jan. 13 at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mr and Mrs Roger Boyken are parents of a 7 pound, 8 ounce daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. Mrs J. P. Smith entertained her Canasta club Monday afternoon. Mrs Earl Miller was dismissed Sunday from St. Arm hospital after being a medical patient there for about two weeks. Julia Lynn, infant daughter o Mr and Mrs Richard Cook, wa baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church. —o— Both Mr and Mrs Homer Lind horst are patients at St. Ann hos pital. Mrs Lindhorst entered las week with a recurring infection and Mr Lindhorst was admitted Saturday. —o— The Metho-Mates Club met Sun day evening at the church. Mr and Mrs Leo Stevens and Mr and Mrs Perry Collins 1 were the committee in charge. Rebekah lodge will meet tonight (Tuesday), at the lodge for installation of officers with the Wesley Rebekahs as guests. Among officers to be installed are Bea Lynk, noble grand, and Goldie Guderian, vice noble grand. Algona friends of Jim Bishop have received word that he has been dismissed from a Cincinnati, Ohio, hospital and is recovering from his heart attack at the home of his brother, Dr. Harry Bishop at Frankfort, Ind. Weslcyan Service Guild of the Methodist church met Monday evening for dinner and a program. Zelda and Benita Reid had devotions and Neva Stevens, lesson. Social time was in charge of, Office Diekman and the January 'Circle, Mrs Marjorie Apple and Mrs Roy Adams, chairman, served the meal. Couples Club of the Methodist church have begun a project to raise funds for an African Student Fund. Each couple has been given $1 to invest and to try to double it by the March meeting. Project chairmen are Mr and Mrs Cliff Skogstrom and club secretaries are Mr and Mrs Charles Dcarchs. A former Algona resident was mentioned this week in the stories of John H. Glenn, Jr's prospective orbiting of the earth. He is Rev. Charles William Pfeiffer, pastor of Riverside Presbyterian church at Cocoa Beach, Florida of which Astronaut Glenn is a member. Accounts told of Glenn attending services there Sunday. Rev. Pfeiffer was pastor of the Presbyterian church here from 1936 until 1940. He and Mrs Pfeiffer were also pictured and quoted in an article, "Presbyterians at Cape Canaveral" in a recent issue of Presbyterian Life magazine. Rev. Myron Grower and Ernest Egel will be official delegates from the Presbyterian church here at winter presbytery at Boone Wednesday. Jason Etherington, student at Iowa State University at Ames, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Clifford Etherington. Mr and Mrs Julius Seller, Linda, Gary, Marilyn, Michael Bryan and Mrs Mary Seller were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Seller and Mr and Mrs Mike Seller Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs M. H. Honsbruch spent from Thursday until Saturday at Cherokee at the g'rand opening of a drug store which Mr. Honsbruch recently purchased in partnership with another man. Guild of the Presbyterian church met Monday evening in.the Fireside room. Hostesses were Hattie Wilson and Lovern Johnson. Mrs Myron Brower gave the program and Ava Simpson, devotions. Since 1950, U. S. retailers have greatly increased their dollar expenditures for newspaper advertising. Sporting goods dealers for instance, have upped their investments a. healthy 97%; building supply dealers, 78%; appliance dealers, 67%. Tuesday, January 23, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 ADDED POWER EXTRA FEATURES A GREAT BUY McCULLOCH ONE/52 • 22% More Power =*" • Fast Direct Drive Cutting • Full Wrap-around Handle • Fingertip Controls ONLY $235.50 NORTON MACHINE WORKS CY 4-4658 ALGONA BtOBHBI HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. SATURDAYS — 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. SUNDAYS — 6 a.m, to 2 p.m. THREE PARTY ROOMS FOR BANQUETS, BRIDGE PARTIES, BUSINESS LUNCHEONS, MEETINGS, WEDDING RECEPTIONS. VISIT THE PINE ROOM FOR YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE HOTEL ALGONA LOCALLY OWNED and MANAGED §f Harrison's Mid-Winter -,1 'BARGAIN EXPLOSION' Vv^ Harrison's Prices Are ^M^ 'ROCK-BOTTOM LOW ^ Harrison's Mid-Winter ^/J 'A 'BARGAIN EXPLOSION' ^ ^^^^?7^^« C oun*Pa* a ^ &w^ 's, ' o<N V \\ >s. i vi BT *nr OBF ^nr m ' I Choice of Vanilla or Chocolate! •,\ *«£ 1 Finest Eating Fudge You Ever Tasl Clothes Pin Bag 2ndLb. For In Rich Solid Colors! Some With 300 Pieces Boxer BABY BLANKET Adult puxzletl Junior puzzles! Interlocking pieces make lovely new scenes, SAVE BIG on these! HARRISON SPECIAL! Elastic waist boxer style lono- ies for kiddies indoors ploying. Sizes 3 to 8. BEACON 'TWINKLES! 1st quality - no Irregulars. 26x34 Inch size. These will go fast! Solid Color Cords! A Terrific Special! Bath Mat Set TWO PIECES - mofcnlnq both mot and lid covcrl Washable cotton pile. Lots of NEW colors! Perfect 'oo-wifhs' for girls sweaters) Unllncd, some with • belt tops and side zippers. Sizes 7 to 14. Head Scarves @49c Ea. Cannon Values Paint by the Numbers URGE, perfect head- u«« ' SEE THE SAVING! Decorator pole lamps In black, brass end white, 8'/ 3 feet high, adlust to room height. Never befero offered at this price! YOU SAVE lots on then spring-like Canon terry cloth towcls In size 18x27. Fringed cnds. Sparkling patterns! SI .00 VALUES! Paint by the numbers the-i cold winter nltes! All the new ubiccts. Easy to do! Should Sell For $6.00 o © 3x5 Feet BIG! 39c EACH VALUES! Good cotton knit:, elastic legs, full cut and come In white end colors. Sizes 2 thru H! HARRISON THRILLER! Rigid metal ironlnn boards with smooth solid tcp, odluitoble to any standard height, and will hold firm. Should sell for $6.00! , -. SHOULD SELL TOR $3.00! I Bin, huge rugs - fringed - ., ends, non-skid rubber backing. Good room colors! ; While they lost! Light Bulbs GIANT KITCHEN SHE 'S FSNEST 22x44 7 s! SMARTLY DECORATED f or (Limit 8 to Coupon) Offer good through USUALLY 69c EACH! Thick thirsty moii'&izo Cannons Colorful stripes or solid cciors Choose Pink, Turquoise, Brown White, Yellow! SIMPLY TERRIFIC! Big jumbo 34-qjart kitchen size wo;hoble poly bosket in Pink, Blue, White! With qold monoa.-om on side! These ere ACTUAL $3.00 VALUES! Ton! Home Genfil, Regular, Super Regular $2.00 Value Pound Bag Lots sold for 79c Jog! Just the thing for stuffing pillows/ animals, etc. Full pound (pius tax) (Limii- 1 to Coupon) Offer Good through Jan. 31st

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