The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 13, 1962
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Algonans Wed SO Years Mr and Mrs Irvin Etherington will be honored at an open house Feb. 18 from 2 to 5 at the First Baptist church, Algona, in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. They extend a cordial invitation to all relatives and friends to attend. (UDM Engraving) Party Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff gave a farewell party Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeil! who are leaving to farm near Spirit Lake. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Merlin Altman, Roland Bernau, Irwin Gerber, Lloyd Gerber, Robert Kulhman, Les Wildin, .George Wildin, Douglas Wildin, Lamont Wellendorf, Raymond Kramer, Wayne Smith, William Runchey, and Nick Wagner and William Wngner, The evening was spent at cards. Circle Meetings Circles of the Methodist WSCS i will meet Thursday, Feb. 15, as follows: Sept., with Mrs. John Hayes; October in the Fireside room; Nov. with Mrs. Merle Webster; Dec. with Mrs. Russell Cook; Jan. with Mrs. Rex Taylor; Feb. with Mrs. Henry Johannsen; Mar. with Mrs. Fred Kent Jr.; April '.with Mrs. Fred Bartholomew; May with Mrs. C. R. McQuiston; June circle I with Mrs. Arnold Hill; June circle 2 with Mrs. Loren Bishop. Attend Party Mr. and Mrs. "Si" Roth and Delrae Kemna were dinner guests Feb. 7 of Mr. and Mrs. William Kemna, Rolfe. The birthday of Mrs. Kemna was being observed. Meet Thursday Circles of the Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday, Feb. 15, as follows: Ruth with Erma Lea Deim, assisted by Grace Chrischilles and Margaret Durant; Rebecca with Max'ine Merryman, assisted by Helen Anderson; Naomi with Noma Buchanan, assisted by Irene Hutchins; Mary Feb. 17, with Mildred Heeren assisted by Janice Siemens/ Marie Dutton and Dorothy Zeigler. Sewing Club Mrs. Murl Potter is entertaining her sewing club this afternoon (Tuesday). Mrs. Vic Parsons' was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Anlan, 80 Mrs. Anna Aman was given a party' Wednesday by Agnes Bro< phy and Celeste Eisenbarth in honor of her eightieth birthday. In attendance were Mary -Bieser, Katie Eisenbarth, Nettie Fandel, Leona Ferstl, Kathryn Mahoney, Mary Nelson, Alary Seller, Minnie and Ada Schick, Sadie Skilling, Mrs. Siemer and Mrs. Alberi Weishaar. The time was spent socially and lunch was served. Meet Feb. 19 The Algona Federated Womens Club will meet Monday, Fob. 19. at 7:30 o'clock in the Farm Bureau, building. The lesson will be presented by Sonia Rosa, exchange student from Colombia, South America. Inez Wolfe- will cover information regarding the 50 star flag. There will be election of officers and all members are urged to be present. Coffee Honoree Mrs. Tom Verhuel gave a courtesy coffee Friday for Mrs. Leroy Christensen,.who with her husband and two children recently moved Here from Denison and live ai. Hillcrest Court. Other guests were Mrs. William Degen, Whittemore, Mrs. Don Armstrong, Mrs. Johii Harris, Mrs. Homer Kline, Mrs. Ferris Miner and Mrs. Ivan Parrott. Mrs. Steele Hostess ., I Mrs. William Steele entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. High, low, and travel prizes were won by Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Richard Norton, respectively. Youngster ts 2 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Streit were guests Sunday afternoon and evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Streit at Whittemore. The second birthday of the daughter Lori Ann was being observed. Birthday Dinner . Mrs. Kenneth Harris entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests were his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Harris. Church Meeting Women of the Regular Baptist church will meet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 21, at the church. Hosts Card Club Mrs. Lewis Bishop entertained her card club last week Monday High score prize was won by Mrs Bishop, second high by Mrs. Pan Christensen and low by Mrs. Vinnie Halligan. Lori Manns, 1 Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie and Mrs. Verle Elmore and daughter Christie were guests Saturday of Mrs. Larry Manus at Burt. The first birthday of Lori Ann Manus was celebrated. Is Planned By I it Verne Circle LuVerne — Circles of WSCS met Feb. 7 as follows: Circle 1, Mrs. Elden Guess, devotions, Grace Lichty, lesson, Mrs. Lloyd Larson. Mrs. Elmer Kubly presided and reported the recent coffee was & success. Circle 2, Mrs. Nels Jensen, devotions, Mrs. Grover Rentz y lesson, Mrs. Edward Hof, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., presided. Circle 3, Mrs. Harry Lichty, devotions, Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom, lesson, Mrs. Frances Shorey. Mrs. Shorey presided. Plans were made for a family night March 8. Guests were Mrs. Kate Barton and Mrs. George Hood. girl friends from Westmaf College and were guests in the parental Fred Merkle home. Tom Carroll has been a medical patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, since Jan. 31. He is now nmking improvement, Paul Trauger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger, is on crutches after suffering a broken bone in his foot while practicing basketball. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schulz and children of Mora, Minn., were weekend visitors of their parents, the Herman Schulz and Otto Ramus families. Mr. and Mrs. James Trauger and family were Friday guests of her sister, the Irvin McGowan's at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch, Slieryl Ann and friend Don Nielsen of Bode attended the silver wedding Sunday of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wagner in Webster City. Sheryl presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Goetsch poured. Mr. and Mrs. Allman Hovick and girls of Badger, her mother, Mrs. Jessie Sanford, were Sunday supper guests of their brother arid son, the Wayne Sanfords. Mrs. Eddie Link and children of Genoa, 111., arrived Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty. She came for the last rites of her Cousin, Dorthea Mr.'and Mrs. frillam Goetsch and Sheryl Ann were in Fort Dodge Saturday. Sheryl Ann ett» rolled in the Bernel Hair Styling College for the fall term. She will be a 1962 graduate of the LuVerne Community school. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hinton of Fort Dodge visited her grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Thompson, Sunday. They took her to Mason City to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mabel Thompson • of Iowa Falls. She is now living at the IOOF Home. Mrs. Thompson and the, late Bert Thompson were early residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl tfeal had as guests since Feb. 8 their daughters, Mrs. Jay Pickett, of Hawthorne, Mrs. Lyle Nelson and three children of Tarzana, Calif., sisters of Mrs. Neal, Martha and Georgia Bateman of Champaign, 111., both retired missionaries. They all came for the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal Sunday, Feb. 11. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Cox were weekend guests of friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haugh, in Plover. Mrs. Allen Blake, Mrs. Robert Barber and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., attended an OES school of instruction Monday in Humboldt. Mr. and'Mrs. Elden Guess attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Sophia Frandsen, in Newell Tuesday.. February 13, 1»62 Algeno (la.) Upper DM Melnt*-3 Mr. and Mrs. Elden Guess were invited guests at a banquet in Burt Thursday evening of the Federal Land Bank. Mrs. Elden Guess visited Friday with her daughter. Golclie Gay Guess, teacher in the schools at Cherokee. The Memorial Society entertained their families at a 6:30 p.m. pot luck dinner at the town hall Thursday evening With 50 attending. Entertainment for the evening was in charge of Mrs. Rate Barton, Mrs. Margaret Engel, Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mrs. Laura Meyer with prizes awarded. The new (ownshlp clerk Howard Curry, Mrs. Curry and children were guests. CDA Presents A Talent Show At Whittemore Whittemore — A talent show by CDA members wfls 6njoyed Thursday evening, Feb. ff. The following program was given: "Bubbles in the Wine", a Ldw- rence Welk feature, with Mary Elbert, leader, and Mary Helefl Kollasch, pianist. Band members were Charlotte Mergen, Aurelia Besch, Kathleen Farrell, Mary Ann Dogotch, Edna Waldschmitt, Minnie Vaughn, Florence DahN hauser, Emaline Farrell, Margaret Zatloukal, Lorcne Kollasch, Colette Mullins and Esther Walters. Piano solo, June Elbert, Original poetry, Ann Drone, pantomime of the Lennon sisters, Donna Mueller, Francis Mosbach and Millie Elbert, reading, Marcella Fandely songs by Lorene Erdman, reading, Rita Derner, piano selections by Mary Helen Kollasch, reading, Theresa Hyink, vocal trio, Marilyn Lensing, Eileen Nurre and Beryl Blsenius, accompanied by Marjor* ie Kenyon. Frances O'Brien was in charge, of the program and Herlinda Kirsch headed the lunch committee.' Other members on the committee were Esther Mergen, Leona Streit,; Theresa Thill, Charlotte Mergen, Emma Knecht, Leona Fleming,, Caroline Elbert, Norma Bormann,! Jane Alig and Anna Bormann. Prizes were awarded to Donna; Mueller, Margaret Zatloukal, June. Elbert, Mary Helen Kollasch and, Marjorie Kenyon. ; IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17, Guest Speaker The Womens Society of World Service were in charge of the Sunday morning service in the Lu- Verne Ev. United Brethren church. The guest speaker was Rev. Harold Maxwell, Westmar College, Le- Mars. Rev. and Mrs. Maxwell were dinner guests of the Melvin Marty family. They were accompanied by Margene Merkle and three "MOM ONLY" DRY By The Pound THE ECONOMY PACKAGE IN DRY , IF YOU CHOOSE CASH - NOCHARGE Effective Immediately, MODERN DRY CLEANERS & TAILORS, will handle 8 Ibs. of "C ean Only Dry Clean na for only $2 This applies to Algona and the trade area served by our route trucks This will not indude truck* pickup in Algona, but it does include truck delivery in Algona ,f you so desire. In other area towns our trucks will pickup and deliver at any of our regular agents. IN BY W AM. -OUT BY 4, SAME DAY NOTE: 8 Ibs. of Dry Cleaning Includes Approximately 7 to 8 Dresses — or 3 men's Suits. We Installed The Latest, Most Modern Equipment For This Service, Last Year. "CLEAN ONLY" DRY CLEANING IN BULK WILL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING SERVICE: 1 - Each garment will' be inspected and all spots and stains that will not dissolve in Dry Cleaning will be removed, insofar as possible, by hand before cleaning. 2-Garments will be classified according to fiber and color, and given the proper cycle in the ma- chino; this is most important to the life, beauty and drape of your garments. 3 - Your garments will be cleaned in constantly distilled solvents, free of color, fatty acids, mineral oils from previous loads. 4-There will be no surcharge for poundage over 8 pounds until the total might reach 9 Ibs. Each pound over 8 is 25 cents an additional pound. We will weigh all orders, and you can too. P.S.: PRESSING ON ALL "CLEAN ONLY" AT REGULAR CHARGE IF DESIRED. •ssss/ss/sss&A/y//s//sssjV/Ars&s/////^^^ THIS DOES NOT AFFECT OUR REGULAR DRY CLEANING WITH PRESSING, WHICH SERVICE WILL BE MAINTAINED AS IN THE PAST WITH COMPLETE PICKUP & DELIVERY. 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The mcm»tailored slack $5.98 The hip^titch, pleated skirt — $7-98 The stripe, wllqrless blouse $3.98 The film, belted skirt (not pictured) $5.98 The print blonie (net pictured) $3.98 ALL IN SIZES 8 TO 18

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