The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 13, 1962 · Page 12
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<•* V ' , i • • ' - ; . • ' • Characters" Lend Life To North Kossuth Party ^ I| Swea Eagle — An odd assortment of "characters" met at the Kenneth Brones home Saturday evening for an evening of fun. Hobo life was depicted in attire on all plateaus, with evidence in some cases.of stark poverty.'Regardless of appearances, the guests managed to arrive in modern modes of travel. Mrs. Jack Smith and Johnie Tobin wete declared Queen and King of the hoboes. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson,. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. William Mather, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bits- worth and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin. - .•..:'.Mrs. Warren Brones won -a hobo kit as traveling prize. Other prizes were won by Mrs. .Smith and Mrs. Anderson, and Mr, Mather and Mr. Tobin. Homemaker Units Meet Swea Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Joe Preston Jan. 23. Mrs. .John Kelly and Mrs. Maynard Jensen assisted in the serving. Mrs. Kelly gave the lesson. Mrs. Elvin Swanson had devotions. Eagle Homemakers met Jan. 23 at the horrie of. Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Mrs. Brones had devotions and gave a reading. Mrs. Johnie Tobin and Mrs. Walter Goraczkow- ski gave the lesson. Guests were treated to, pineapple upside cake which Mrs. Goraczkowski had baked. Mrs. John Tobin was co- hostess. . ; Skating Party Hostess Miss Kandis Strayer was hostess to a skating party Saturday evening at Armstrong. Her guests included Mona Mino, Linda Kruny wiede, Cheryl Alvers, Marjorie Lee Tobin, Lanny Krumwiede and Rodney Strayer. The group was accompanied by Kandis's parents, the Russell Strayers. After the evening of skating, they returned to the Strayer home for refreshments. Hosts at "500" Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thorson entertained guests at 500 Saturday evening in recognition of his birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs/ Harvey Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dawson, Mr. 'and Mrs. Dick JUlail* IT AI * 11WV4 *Ti* tJ« *-" »*«••—-•• — " son and Mrs. Kevin Thoreson. Winning high prizes were Mrs. Dick Ottman and Cecil Thoreson and low prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dawson and Dick Ottman. Mrs. Harvey Larsen won traveling prize. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lien and Linda and Mrs. Jack Blien, Chris and Lisa, Fairmont were guests of the Robert Andersons for Paul's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Engelby were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Ida Engelby, Ledyard. They visited a relative at the Naeve hospital, Albert Lea, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tokheim and Gene were Sunday dinner guests at the Virgil Tokheim home. Sunday dinner guests of the Emil Larsens were grandson and family, the Larry Torines and Ricky Lee, who was having his first outing, and Mr. and Mrs Francis Torine. . Her Guild group met with Mrs Glen Clark Friday. Mrs. Elmer Frank gave the lesson on Foreign missions. Maxine Clark came Thursday from Sioux Falls, S. D. to spend the semester break with her parents, the Glen Clarks. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet spent a recent weekend with their daugh ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoss at Le Mars. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston and Mrs. Maynard Jensen attended the 35th wedding anniversary observance for the Lawrence Saxtons at the Mefhodist church at Fairmont, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Schaumberg of Rake and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Modeske, Elmore, were Sunday callers at the Pete Cassern home, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans were dinner and s "PP er guests .« , home of the Loren Hans at Fairmont Sunday in honor of Walter, who had a birthday Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lien, Cqr with, became the parents of P boy, Todd Randall, Jan. 28, at the Britt Hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs, and 7 ozs. Grandparents are the Carl Liens and the Bernard Spang. IGI*SI Cor with Mr and Mrs. Wallace Dawson entertained guests Sunday evening jit 500. They were Lavetn Arsons, Everett Thorsons Ar Mi-, and Mrs. Marlin Hippen (Rosalie Spear) of Denver became the parents of their first child,'a little girl, Jan. ti. grandparents are the Dick Spears and Wm. Hippen, Lakdta. *:•"•( '' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Acke.rman, Garner, visited at .the home of h£r sister, Mrs; Glen Burt Sunday. The Jolly Housewives and St. Monica's Circle held a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lingard, Dolliver, Sunday evening at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong. SHIPPING TAGS — Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Al> aonn. 34 Twin Rivers Students On The students as indicated madfc the first semester honor roll at the Twin Blvers Community High School of Bode, Iowa. A 3.00 (straight "B") average or higher is needed to achieve honor rolf standing. Freshmen — Margaret Bakken, 3.12; Robert Bjordal, 3.01; Catherine Collins, 3.16; Judy Garman, 3;46; Rachel Holt, 3.46; Esther Mackintosh, 3.46; James Oppedahl, 3.42; and Janet Wilson, 3.07. Sophomore — Jeanne Eisen- barth, 3.28! Barbara Meek,,8,4fr; Jeanne Johnsori, S.65; KarfmttM Koiajda, 3.25; Marly* LftrStm, 3.63; Eleanor Movick, 3.88; Sh6f.otl Nygaard, 3.50; Sara Usher, 3.63; and Carol Vaughn, 3.S6, Junior - Beverly FMertjdt, 3.00; .Carol'Kemna, 3.00; Gfraldine Kropf, 3.19; Karyland Martin* 3.2o; and Michele Palmer, 3.00. , , Senior — Mary Brodale, 3.03; Cheryl Fuhrjnann, 3.44; PafOfott- bach, 3.00; MaTy Anne Holt; 3,88; Sharon Lenertz, 3. min, 3.50; Patricia Carolyn Mai McGee, 3.38$ mill, O.ou, jrai.iiv.ici iT*-~.—, --j-j Dorothy'Nasby, 3.06; Ronald Nielsen," 3.33 Helen tfutz, 4.00; Kent Schulze, 3.35; and Barbara TomjS- kins, 3.90. INJURED Scott Hoagland of Wall Lake recently received a skull fracture in an accident in which he fell fronj a fire truck going to a fire. Rosella Voigt Gets A Double Surprise Party U'hittemorc — Rosella Voigt of Algona was pleasantly surprised on her birthday, Feb. 3, when a group gathered at the home of hei parents, during her absence while at a beauty parlor. Those presen were Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, Mrs. Theodore Bierstedt Mrs. Pearl Hanson, Mrs. Lawrence Peril, Mrs. Archie Voigt, Mrs Milton Espe, Mrs. Eida Simonson Mrs. Raymond Voigt and Mrs. Dorothy Rosenclahl. A social afternoon was spent and a delicious lunch was served by her mother, Herman Voigt. At 5 p.m. Miss Voigt received r second shock when a group of women from Algona arrived with baskets for the lunch Which was served later. Algona guests ncluded Mrs. Louisa Seimers, Leona Seimers, Frances Qrantham and Wilma Cooksey. Birthday Honors Sunday dinner geusts at the George Meyer home in honor of Mrs. Meyer's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Nissen of Mason City, and Mrs. Mamie Campbell of Spencer, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and family. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer. TuMdoy, February _ 13, 1962 Afgorui (Id.) Uppar D«> MoinM-S Wesley was also named to the list, PHARMACIST Clyde Johnson of Manchester recently observed his 50th anniversary as a registered pharmacist. On Dean's List Susan Nitchals of Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitchals, won a place on the Dean's List at Mason City Junior College for the first semester, the school has just announced. Michael Tegtmeyer of Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Km T.rk. N. T. <S|.«I«I) - For the flrst time science has found * new healing substance with the astonishing abll'lty to shrink hemorrhoids, stop Itching, and relieve pain - •without surgery. In case after case, while gently •ellevtng pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing o< all-wait* wtn so thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Piles) hare ceased to be a problem I" The secret U a new healing substance (Blo-Dyna»)-dlscoTerj ef • world-famous research Institute. This substance U now available In ntppoiitort or rtntmtnt /on» under the name PrtpariHiin W At all drux eouatezsv lg£i^^ COMIN ALGONA!! 3a —.^^ Waskiniton IT'S THE TRUTH! Algona's merchants vyjll be chopping prices on everything from Cherp-y Trees to ^boats such as George Washington would like to have used crossing the Deleware. Your dollars will travel further than George's Silver Dollar did when he tossed it across the river. It's the truth! Algona's merchants are going to chop prices so deep that you honestly can't afford to miss these bargains! Plan now to be here Thursday, Feb. 22, Friday, Feb. 23, and Saturday, Feb. 24. BY GEORGE! Washington^ bi ^ VALUES thaf are unbelievable but true. It's an un- equalled opportunity to make those dollars stretch!! George was a quick man with the hatchet .... but he doesn't have a thing on us. Watch for the ads in next week's paper for Ridiculous Reductions on Fantastically- great merchandise! Red Hot Values! Fantastic Free offers ! George Washington Days next week Thursday, Feb. 22, Friday, Feb. 23, Saturday, Feb. 24. It's The TRUTH! We Can't Tell A Lie f xi Guinn, low prizes went to TJiorspA and Art Larson. Shim Brownbllt Shoe Store Blossom Insurance Agency Coast-to-Coast Store Fowler's of Iowa Security State Bank —' U,l "I I - I . i '•!• •• 11— Beecher Lane Appliance Strayer Standard Service^ Sherwin-WiUiamg Paint; Funk Plumbing 8t Heatiog Hood's Super Vatu Carson's for Color J. C. Penn9Y <?Q. Honsbtuch *•' Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Flour & Feed Viking Oil Co. Rusk Drugs-Jewelry , Christensen's Buscher Bros. Implement ' Algona Produce Ca. '• ; Universal Mfg. Co, Percival Jack's O. K. Tire Service Baiter's Davis Paint_ Radio 8t Electric 1 Schult* Bros. Garage 8t OU Station —•* -r- t*n —^— ,^».,--.-, ,- r -._ Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Smoke Shop Hutsell Office & School Supply Graham's Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Sharp's Jewelry Isaacson Studio Thermogas Co. Oi Algona Ernie Williams — John Deere North Iowa Sewing Machine Algona Greenhouses Algona Thealre Co. The Chrischilles Store North Iowa Appliance Center gender's Algona Plumbing 8t Heating Bjustrom Furniture Co. Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n L'nitcri Building Services Kent Motor Co. Kossuth Motor Co. Foster Furniture Co. Irons Heating 8t Plumbing Laing Plumbing » Heating Bomgaars 5 fc 10 Waldron'j Cafe ix Concrete & Lumbet Jay Brones. r t_ 1* Tt.iiM »* • • * ' , • r+ lii 111! *tW»W »»vw«"g •"• *• -__ , , nu %!**£!*.?£&. 1 j[j! Kirk's Shoe Store • I l-ij North Iowa Sewing Machine Co^ I; _ „ lhald WJUfems '•: I ~""~^*~" ~~ . ' x X ^ '•'• ••'• T »ina PlumbtoB » Heating x ||| ^(TtoHv>bShler8) I | Smoke ghop | ,-j AJgona Qr^nhouses jjj |j| _J X SKS^^ Wiltgen Jewelers Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Hawkeye Bowling Lanes Dau Garage fc Body Shop Read's Furniture Frederick Hardware Post Transier & Storage Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. Modern Dry Cleaners f Feb. 22 -4Fit Feb. 23 - Sat, Feb. 24 iast ere Ti- eth ist; 'es- at st; of to rv- ey, 10 St. air ed -H ed ir- or an- c- 11- te es re his

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