The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 6, 1962
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8-Algeno (lei.) Upper Oes Maine* Tuesday, February 6, 1962 Club Meeting Mr and Mrs Don Leaverton were supper guests last Saturday of Mr and Mrs Robert Christensen at Humboldt at a meeting of their club. Mary McGuire gave a personal shower Thursday evening for Nancy Geilenfeld. Guests were Judy Marlow, Diane Markla, Judy Wubben, Joyce Vande Walker and Jane Geilenfeld. Family Dinner ~ A family dinner was held Sun day honoring the birthday of Mr Dale Baxter, nee Ida May Hansen In attendance were the honore and her husband, Mr and Mr Erman Hansen and Mary Ann, Mr and Mrs Carl Hanson* Mr and Mrs David flarig and Mr and Mrs Les lie Baxter of Lone. Rock and the respective families. Stephen Goccke, 7 Mrs Leonard Goecke gave a party Friday after school for her son, Stephen, whose seventh birthday was being observed. Guests were 12 neighbor children. Games were played and refreshments served. Prefer it EXTRA FIRM I *.«*•'••* \ Wed 82 Years Mr and Mrs __„„.„. were entertairi£d*at a 7 o'clock din her at the Johnson Rouse in honor of their 52nd wedding anniversary The Barbershoppers quartet. con- Hosts Card Club . Frank Capesius Mrs G. A. Sharp-will be hostess ' ' • t 0 her card club Wednesday after 0 * noon. The previous week it met with Mrs Lawrence. Cink. Like it FIRM but WITH A LULLABY TOUCH? Take your choice now only in the *. *»M a_rMB uu*. *stt\jffff**,* u \£UUX IrCbt t sisting of Corwin Peer, Roland Bode, Martin Hubef and Don Leaverton, entertained the group with a number of songs' appropriate for the bccasion. Attending besides the honorees were Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel, Algona, Mr and Mrs James Tornabane, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Leland Hurley and daughters, Mason City, Dr. and .Mrs E. J. Capesius and family and Ella Burke, Whittemore, Mrs Mamie Winkel and Mr and Mrs -William Dodds, Algona. Visit Relatives S Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell went ;o Earlham Sunday to visit relatives. The Lawrence Hutzells vis- ted with Mrs Hutzell's father, Al- 'red Standing and she remained for a longer visit. The Roy Hut- zells visited Mr and Mrs Russell lester. They also were; at Adel o see the mother, Mrs Daisy Hut : zell. '•; tl-D Party ' Union twp. Mother and Daugh- ers will have a party Feb. 8, at p.m. at the Good Hope church. This will not be a pot luck as previously planned. Clarice Routh and Doretta Plumb will have charge of the menu and Angie and Barbara Dearchs will present the program. . , Special Course A study course on Latin America will begin Wednesday, Feb. 7, in the Fireside room of ,the Methodist church from 9 to 11 o'clock and will continue for three Wednesdays, inclusive. Mrs, Louii Kelley is instructor and any whi are interested are welcome. Pamper yourself with the kind of com fort you like best You can with the new Sealy Posturepedic. How •bout the extra firm Posturepedic with the added firmness doctors often recommend and many people prefer? Or, your kind of comfort may be the new gently firm Princess Posturepedic with a deep luxurious layer of foam. Either gives you Scaly's healthful "no morning backache" support. Come in today and try both new Sealy Posturepedics. Choose the one most comfortable for you. Matching foundation samt ftict 79 SO For an eilra lavish touch, try the nei» Quilted-wllh-Foam Poslurepedlc '99" Ualcllinj foundation Hme price. CONVENIENT TERMS Read's Furniture AND CARPETS, INC. West of the Courthouse Square Algona Union Suits Met The Union Suits card club mel last Monday evening with Mr and Mrs William Dearchs. High score prizes were won by Mrs Mertz and Lee Schenck. Low score prizes went to Mrs Carroll Willrett and Joe Miller. Mr Miller was also winner of the travel prize. a ' ..CS Card Club Hosts Mr and Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld entertained their card club last week Sunday evening. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Henry Geilenfeld, Mr and Mrs H. M. Snecht, Mr and Mrs Duane Logue, Mr and Mrs William Tordorf, Mr and Mrs Tim Vipond, Nancy Geilenfeld and Larry Olson.. Shower Hostesses ' ; Mrs Clinton Godden, assisted';by Mrs Darrell Mosher, gave a pirif and blue shower Thursday after^ noon for Mrs George Fox. In attendance were Mrs Robert Angus, of Burt, Mrs Robert Dodds, Mrs Les Wildin, Mrs Ronald Peck, Mrs' Robert Kuhlmann and Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann. The afternoon spent socially. was Host Dinner, Cards Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund celebrated their first wedding anniversary Jan. 28 and had as guests at dinner and cards Mr and Mrs Robert Munger, Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover and Kevin and Mr and Mrs Wendell Jergenson, Observes Birthday. Mrs Henry Elbert observed a birthday anniversary Wednesday and had as guests Mrs Ed Hammer, Mrs Don Myers, Mrs Charles Harmon. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster. Guests Saturday evening were Mr and Mrs Frank Sailer. Supper Guests Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie were supper guests last Sunday of Mr and Mrs George Manus at Burt. Dinner — Dance The Army Air Force reserves and their wives held a dinner- dance Saturday evening at the Country Club. Bridge Club Meets Mrs Don Hemmingsen is enter* taining her bridge olub Thursday. Sewing Club Mrs Fred Will entertain her Thimble Club Monday afternoon. Titonka Lady's Father Passes; Last Rites Held Titonka —.Alex Ezarski, 88, died at Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt, Monday evening, Jan. 29, after having a stroke earlier. Funeral services were held Thursday morning, Feb. 1, at St. Patrick's church at Britt. Mrs. Art Hench of Titonka is iiis daughter and Mr. Ezarski had been at her home for several months, for care during his lingering illness. Mrs. William Rode and Mrs. Bernard McGuire attended a bridal shower for Charlene Goche at St. John's church in Bancroft Sunday afternoon, Jan. 28. Miss Goche will marry Maurice Elsbecker Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. David Downing were weekend visitors at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Kildals. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orthel are at Chapel Hill, North caMtaa, for & winter 'Vaeatibrt. The? are vfe» itirig at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and-Mrs. Con Fads. The time they plan to be |one is indefinite. »Mr. and-Mrsi Dan-Wubben attended a DX banquet at Fort Dodge Saturday everting. Mr. arid Mrs. Clint Larseft of Woden ae< 'companied them. , Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz are vacationing in Rid Grande Valley, ISs*. Th&y left fhtffsday, MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sizes, color* — ttapftv Del Pub. Co., Algotta. CHICK YOUR MEDICINE CHEST FOR THOSE COLD AND FLU "FIRST AID" SUPPLIES Cold Tablets Sprays Mentholatum Aspirin Analgesic Balm Electric Vaporizers Hot Water Bottles Cough Syrup Nose Drops Cough Drops Gargle Electric Heating Pads Inhalants Vitamins And when the doctor calls - BRING US YOUR PRESCRIPTION for prompt, accurate compounding. HUSK DRUG & JEWELRY 117 East State CY 4-2349 Algona . *. C ( *" J^, Vf, ' f- i^jKj, ¥ i-^t"^^m i,,. Lf± V «? KviKi^ ^ ^M^n^m rHJPfitii^y^ Other full-size cars but Buick I 'A flatter front floor is one of the powerful 'pluses in the Buick LeSabre, the year's jbest power value. LeSabre also hitches 'exclusive Advance Thrust to big Wildcat 'engine, America's smoothest transmission, Turbine Drive...all at no extra cost Special note: LeSabre's price is lower than many "low-priced" models. Drive it< Buick LeSabre Is the buy. «.l-f .1 JL» I.I I SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW . . . YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN ALGONA 18:$ CHULTZ BROS. — <f »" oIw or ,;v ,«•%>. v .*>|l'FjK-' ~T- frA^^^fjpf • ••.-• LJLl.._jt.d j£il*lli£.*i.l^.^5 rjr^.._^j.i,I When completed, our drapery and corset section will be the most modern and attractive in this part of the state. REMODELING BARGAINS! A BIG TEN-DAY FINAL CLEAN-UP IN TWO DEPARTMENTS ONLY Due to the increasing business in our curtain and drapery department and also our corset department, we are expanding and installing two brand new departments in these two lines. We will be open right on through the remodeling but excuse our mess in the meantime, It is our thought to constantly strive to bring our customers bigger and better selections of name brand merchandise. HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF DRAPERY WILL BE PUT ON SALE AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. ALSO MANY DRAPERY REMNANTS AT RIDICULOUS PRICES OF ALL TYPES. IF YOU NEED DRAPES SOON, DON'T MISS THESE SPECIALS, MANY BRAS AND GIRDLES ON THIS FINAL CLEARANCE THAT HAVE TO BE SOLD. OIR- DLES THAT REGULARLY SELL FOR $10.95 NOW ONLY $3.99 ARE ONE EXAMPLE OF WHAT YOU CAN FIND. Tremendous Savings in Both Departments, We must Clear this Merchandise at Once,

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