The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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JE-Alflona (to.) Upper ; ; Max MiJIer was hospitalized, at ifet. Ann for minor-surgery. ' : * ;MaX M^ing-h'as fceetf at Si. Ann winder treatment for asthma. I.Mr. and Mrs. Dick Btischcr had Airs. Al Rahe and Becky, Ban- jroft, as guests last Sunday. « >Mr. and Mrs. Pete Halsrud spent last week Sunday at Bode with Mrs. Olaf Halsrud. " 'Mr. and Mrs. Pete Halsrud had «s guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. SJames Elliott, Fort Dodge. I^Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson spent Sunday at Mason City with ]Ur. and Mrs. Delbert Elbert. «'Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren Jave been visited by their granddaughter, Priscilla Schott, Esther "vine. * Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Vander Waal were recently at Minneapolis to i'isit Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vander JVaal. • Mr. and Mrs. William Weiner Bad as guests a week ago Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson, Fort Dodge. «'Maxine Momyer has returned £rom a few weeks' visit in New York City with Mr. and Mrs. E. IV. Colt. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeffer recently spent a day at Bancroft with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steinblock. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were visited a.week ago Tuesday till Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. 0. 4. Simons and Marian, Ames. 1 Mrs. Wttltt Marshall spent Saturday at LuVerrie with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spongberg were visited a week ago Saturday and Sunday* by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson, Des Moines. Mr. ahd Mrs. Dale Laws spent last weekend at M6ravia with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laws and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Perry. Clarence Fraser spent from Friday till Tuesday at Kansas Cityj Mo., with his son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. James Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Peterson had as guest* one day last week Mr. and MVsT^lfred Sorlein, Caldwell, Ida., and sister, .Mrs., Glen, Poe, Mount Mossybank, Wash. ; • Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney Was visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig and family, 'Minneapolis. They also spent s^me time at West Bend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willgcr, Mrs. Veronica Roethler and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch recently went, to SherbUrn, Minn, to see Mrs* Ann Poirot, former resident here. •, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman took their daughter Nancy to Perry Sunday to entrain for Portland, Ore., where she will be with Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver. Her grandmother, -Mrs. ; John Nordstrom, also lives in Portland. Nancy plans to have employment 'or awhile and then will enter college. Mr. r and Mr«. Harold Peter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bode were at Fort Dodge a .week ago Friday to Mend <1&f $*» $<& club proi * ' •. IftonSRe lefi -Saturday for Fort Hood, Til, alter a 12 day visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert ;Bonette and sisters, Lindf> and-BTenda:' ••• . ; Mrs» Fred Will accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ' Martin Ostwald arid daughter Marilyn, Whlttemore, to Estherville ohe day, last week to visit Mrs. Lillian Ivefrson. -; Jlarvey ' Jorfnsort ; accompanied L6o Sibin to sAmes Saturday. Mrs: Sabin returhfed home with them, having concluded a 'visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs.. Roger Hanson. Mr., and Mrs, G. A. r Wittkopf attended a state meetijig of Dajry Queen dealers at Des* Moines "last Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loreri- Harris., ' \ • , C. V.t Fowler ; 16ft Wednesday evening for Chicago on a business trip. He will visit for a few days with his son and family at Glen Ellyn/'lll. and then" will go to New York for further business. Mr,- .and. Mrs. Roy.Bjustrom spent a; few, days in. pes; Moines last week. While 'there' they called on J. D. Burns at Veterans hospital. Mr. Burns is improved and hopes to be dismissed soon. , Pam Walleri daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Waller of Algeria, has been named 1962 fall rushing chairman of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at the State University of Iowa. She is . a sophomore. .. . » Friends of Mrs. Emory Seward, nee Lorraine Crammond, Pom- pario. Beach, Fla., have received word that she has been called to California by the death of her mother.: Mr. and Mrs. Seward are well-known former residents here who later moved to Chicago. Three years ago they went to Pompano Beach and Mr. Seward is retired. IT'S A " DOUBLE GEORGE WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY •-56 FEBRUARY 22 "WELCOME TO ALGONA" AND OUR 3RD ... Just 3 Years Ago We Took Over ^Ownership-- and Operation of the . r"ft ,>orrnaP'Cowan< Building. Supply •.*. v AND SO WE'RE OFFERING THESE BIRTHDAY SPECIALS. Good Thursday, Friday and Saturday MAYFAIR FLAT WASHABLE VINYL WALL FINISH COLORS OF YOUR CHOICE - REGULAR $5.45 gal. AT THDAY 3.98 Gal, QUARTS AT $1.29 A BIG BARGAIN TABLE OF ASSORTED PAINTS AT LOW, LOW DISCOUNT PRICES FREE! With Purchase of 1 Gal. or Equivalent of Paint 9 x 19 Lightweight PLASTIC DROP CLOTH COVER Covers 100 Sq. Ft. - Retail 69c MAYFAIR SEMI-GLOSS WASHABLE PAINT FOR WALLS, WOODWORK, FURNITURE, ETC. REGULAR $6.40 Gal. BmTHDAVSALE Regular Siock - 50 PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM - YOUR CHOICE WALLPAPER I SINGLE ROLLS - 9c - 19c - 29c - 39c - 49c Regular 98c Rubber STAIR TREADS - 66c ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM 5 Patterns, Vinyl Accplon In 12 Ft. Widths, Reg. $1.69 Sq. Yd. $ 1.00 Sq. Yd. 3 ANNIVERSARY DAYS FEB. 22 - 23 - 24 VINYL PLASTIC WINDOW SHADES Cut to Measure - Reg. $1.98 complete COMPLETE SHADE $ 1.49 VINYL PLASTIC FLOOR TILE 5 PATTERNS - 9 INCH x 9 INCH WITH METALIC INLAYS. - BEG. 20c EACH 13'3C CARSON 5 IN ALGONA 21Q E. STATE STREET -Guests the past week 4 at the Nicholas Weydert home ..„_ and Nancy Weydert, Austffij Wt gifting a«4 ?W %%•' - K girls are daughters of Kfr. ehtl Mrs. Leonard '< Weydert, Adatos, Minn. "' Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGlnnis went to Armstrong Saturday evening to see the basketball game with the Graettinger team-. Mary Carol McG-i'nnis, sister of Dick, plays guard on the Graettinpr team. ' Dr. Leroy Strohman is In Chfo cago this week to attend the mid* winter meeting of the Chicago* Dental Society, of which he is a member, and will also attend a n^eeting of the American Society of Dentistry for Children. .. Mrs.- Duane Sclnicli took her daughter, Violet, 13, to Iowa City Sunday where an appointment was made for Monday with doctors at the University hospital. Her case has'rtdt been diagnosed yet and this is a second trip there. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss attended a birthday party a week ago Sunday at Wesley for Letha Lar daughter of Mr. and Mrs. v Larson, Thompson, and Ruth, daughter of, Mrr,and,Mrs. Kan Wisf, ^eMly:, '" ; f'Mr. and Mrs.' Hi»th Blrtck ta Des Moirtes ftU&V ««d night to attend thrl'aftft ffiltil at Hotel Fort Des Moines. l._. Slack was interviewed by Herb Plambach on an early morning broadcast Saturday over WHO.'- • ' "Judd" St. John 'and grandson Blaine Meyer went to Carroll for the weekend and joined Mrs. St. John at the honife of Mr. and Mrs. Perry St. John. She is stayirfg fliere during the convalesenc'e frdfil Surgery of Mrs. Perry'St. John.- 1 -''. Marilyn Lowman, who teaches physical education in the Daven- pdrt schools, was home recently foi* a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman. She has completely recovered from a severe knee injury suffered in December. ' Diane Sheppard, seven year old {Uughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane sheppard, has been a patient at Park hospital, Mason City, the ftast two weeks. Her mother and grandmother, Mrs. fiarl Sheppard, wefe"'Jhefif ditflftg the mid-week and Ufe ftrtttts spent Saturday wljhher. f ,' f". rtw 4 ^ ^,^-m. Y* - —" Mrs.OgrenOf LakotaDies; Funeral Held * '" ' ~ i i^Mrs. Earl Ogren, 48, longtime Lakota resident, died Feb. 13 at Holy Fahiily Hospital, Estherville. Cause; Of' death was art internal hemorrhage. She had been hospitalized about a week. Funeral services were at 10 a.m: Friday at Sacred Heart Catholid church in Ledyard. Burial was at Lakota. Rev. W. P. Hylan officiated and Garry funeral home of Bancroft was in charge. Born in Bancroft she was graduated from St. John's high school and wa| married Dec 10,. i«l 4 §ahcf8ffc J&f. moved to LakoW sMrtly aftef their marriage. He b^rate§ afl Oil station there. . She ^as a member of Rosary stfciely of her church. §urviv!flg are her husband, Earli one son, Robert, of Lakota; thre6 granddaughters; sisters Mrs. Al bert Johnson' of Bancroft, Mrs Veronica rJacqtfdi of iFiSirmont Mrs. Heiko Bennken of Webb; ant brothers, 'Gene Reiter of Alpha] Minn., Pierre Reiter of Avondalej Ariz. One "sisters Mrs. .Wi idm Janvrin, Deeded-her tf fleath iu 1956... »? t ^|t ",' ^ } - LongtimeSwea City Funeral Director Dies er- store owner, dfed ftUOp.m. 13 at Holy Family hdspltaUS ville He haU beift taKefr mere a er b"ctMn% m it hflf home aid hW been ift ill Watt* for about a year. '•'*", ... -i' j funeral services were Bt 2 p.rt. Frldfty at the First Methodist CnurCHi ja'Y? ^^s^S; 1 ** *> . »* * «ii.j*) ii Maus offtolatld ffld burlahwaS ^t fiuffalo/CeiiterKI• f - • *~. , ""* Mr. (5ufUs was boffl Nov. 11, 1895 at Buffalo,'Ceriter add ,wds married t>ed;?15s 1920,, to ^>TilHe fthUbee 4t,forestClt|, M they ftib^ed .to *wa Cttjr to 1S20 where he-;operated GurtisJ funeral -home and Curtis and Sniouse furniture. He retired froth the furniture store irt June, 1958, and from the funeral home ift January, 1900.. He was a member of the American Legion, a Veteran "of World War I, a member of the Masonic lodge and was active in the Methodist church. : Survivors are his wife and several nieces and nephews. IF mi NEWS WH VfAKT IT. DOUBLE INVENTORY WE HAVE CLOSED OUR EMMETS&URG STORE: AS A RESULT, OUR INVENTORY IS DOUBLED AND MUST BE REDUCED! WE HAVE LISTED JUST A FE W OF THE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ON SALE. ALL NAME BRAND MERCHANDISE. LADIES DIAMOND RING SET REG. $212.00 Sale Price ? 11 5= LADIES DIAMOND RING SET REG. $185.00 Now 95= MANS DIAMOND RING SET REG. $245.00 Now 130°° MANS DIAMOND RING SET REG. $199:50 LADIES TWO ROW DIAMOND WEDDING RING REG. $225.00 SakJPrice 125= LADIES TWO ROW _ DIAMOND WEDDING RING REGi $300.00 LADIES 14K WHITE GOLD DIAMOND WRIST WATCH REG. $199.50 Sale Price '125= LIBBEY GLASS SET OF 8 Sale Price S ^ LADIES WATCH REG. $59.50 NOW 32 - IllillllllllllllllWI FASHION JEWELRY REG. $4.00 NECKLACE & EARRINGS Sale Price S 2= v . .,. ,, , rl , llllllillllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIUIHlli""™"""'" 11 LADIES NURSES WATCH REG. $49.50 Sale Price '29= FASHION JEWELRY REG. $2.00 NECKLACE & EARRINGS Sale Price 'l • WATCH BANDS • TIE BAR & CUFF SETS • CUFF LINKS 0 VASE FIGURINES CHARM BRACLETS REG. $2.00 Sale Price : '"\ = CHARM BRACLETS REG. $1.00 Sale Price 60° • JEWEL CASES-Chrome a STAINLESS STEEL • HUMMELL FIGURINES lllillllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII CARTRIDGE FOUNTAIN PENS Sale Price 7 9 C NORELCO ELECTRIC SHAVERS Sale Price 13 95 PEN & PENCIL SETS REQ. $22.95 Sale Price BALL POINT PENS Sale Price 79 C , .,„„ „ mmm^mmmm I- —'« —-—--——-' w .. M , e ' I MANS WATCH | WRIST WATCH REG. $59.50 ' 1 WE HAVE FOUR FULL TIME WATCH REPAIRMEN ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES! RIG. $H-9S Sale Price '32 95 =5 Sale Price ! 12 95 MEN'S WATCHES IN ALL PRICE RANGES ^^ Wiltgen Jew ALSONA'i

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