The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1962
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• * ,a Vacation of a month at, Phoenix, AFIZ* Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weyderl have moved into the John Grotte apartment. < Mrs. Hazel Scott lias hioved into aiij apartment in the Alderson building on South Moore street. .Robert «ardy,, son of Mr. hml Mrs. W. A. jfiardy Id home on leave. He has been in service the past two years, one of which Was spent on Okinawa. Edna Haft spent a few days last week at Liverfflofe with fir. arid Mrs. T. D. Rossing. Walter Lichler made a business trip via plane from Mason City, to Chicagd and returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Itefman Funk had their son Herman and family of Humboldt as guests a week ago Sunday. ' * Mr, and Mrs. 'l^loyd ' Erlckson and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith spent last Sunday at Renwick with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erdrnan. LEARN, LIVE, THROUGH 4-H KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY PRESENTS Whittemore Boys Leader: Harold Greene, Whittemore President: Jerry Heinen, LuVerne Vice Pres.: Chris Nygaard, Wesley In Our Store, 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 We're proud of the many young people in Kossuth County who are diligently preparing themselves for all phases of rural life through 4-H Club projects. These youngsters are acquiring skills and knowledge that will help them lead better lives and eventually benefit this community. See the Whittemore Boys' display in our store this Saturday. A FRIEND OF 4-H'ERS KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY DuWqyne KJein _.^^.W.Jtate r ^CY^4-4206 Mrs. Esther Barton was visited last Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser had as guest. Friday Mrs. Sylvan Hug- Ian, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. I*orlnr, Spencer, recent residents here, visited Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Esser Sunday.- , •.-:•;. Mr 1 , and Mrs; Milton DeUnian are moving into the Mrs. Elizabeth Post-house on South Thorington street. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook went to Mason City Saturday to see Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Johnson, who are moving to California. Mrs. Freda Killion and Mrs. Frances Gallon went to West Bend Friday to visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Alfreda Schafer. Mrs. Wilma Kiililmann had as dinner guests Sunday .Mf.- .and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann, and children and Merrill Grisharh, Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hclnter spent Thursday at Rochester, Minn.^visiting with the former's mother, Mrs. Kate Hcimer: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gcrctis attended funeral services' Feb. 17 at Clear Lake for Mrs! Gerdis' grandfather, Carl Tegmeyer, 91. Mrs. Minnie Bliiikman returned Friday from Masoil j City* fyh^e she had spent ten days with Mr. and Mrs. .John Fassbinder. . . Mr. and Mrs. John Helniers are being visited this week by thett daughter, Mrs. Robert Carlson, Robbie and Roger, Brainerd, Minn.; A recognition meeting was' field at Altoona Feb. 20 for the:newly organized Baptist church of which Rev. Eldon W. Weaver is pastbr. Heds a former pastor 'of the local Regular Baptist church. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hovey, Wesley, the Rev. Ralph* Colas, Mr. and Mrs.' p'oh; Mains,,, and Mrs. Charles Joens. ZENDER'S PRESENT BILL'S CLOVER FARM MARKET PRESENTS BUHT BLUE Leader: Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, Burt President: Evelyn Cherland, Burt Vice Pres.: Carole Weiner, Burt IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display BILL'S CLOVER FARM Swea-Harrison Boys Leader: Cecil Thoreson, Swea City : President: Richard Olson, Armstrong Vice Pres.: Arnold Linde, Swea City IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10, With Their 4-H Display ZENDER'S COAST-TO-COAST STORE PRESENT Leader: Raymond Becker,' Lakota President: Arnold Sachs, Lakota Vice. Pres,: Marvin Rippentrop, Buffalo Center IN OUR STORE 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display COAST - TO - COAST STORE READ'S FURNITURE PRESENTS PLUM CREEK ELITE Leader: Mrs. Cliff Bensehoter, Algona President: Ruth Bensehoter, Algona Vice. Pres.: Joan WoH, Sexton IN OUR STORE 4-H Day Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display READ'S FURNITURE AND CARPETS, INC. THE SECURITY STATE BANK PRESENTS Leader: Arnold Ketelsen, West Bend President: Galen Metzger, Whittemore Vice Pres.: James Zaugg, West Bend IN OUR BANK 4-H Day, Saturday, March 10 With Their 4-H Display SECURITY STATE BANK Mr. and Mrs. Engene Fanlstfok had Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson. Des Moines, as recent guests. Mrs. Anlon Didrikscn Is In Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Didriksen and family. Mrs. I,. 1C. Llnnan attended funeral services Feb. 14 at Marysville, Kans. for her brother, Ferdinand Wasscnberg, 72, who had been in poor health for some tirne. Mr, and Mrs. Oaylord Shuimvay returned Thursday from Iowa City where the former had a check-up at University hospital. He has been troubled with a virus infection. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Potter and family, Des Moines, spent last weekend at the homes of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kick'- hush. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzcll and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell went to Melvin Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hutzell who teaches in the school system there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlraann has as guests Thursday Mrs. Robert Angus, Susan, Sheila, Tim and Tom, Burt. Other guests last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. George Fox and children. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman left Sunday for Houston, Tex., and will visit Mr. and Mrs. A. C. DeCrane and family. After a few days there they will go to other points in Texas and plan to be home Apr. 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Garbett went to Emmetsburg one day last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Stegman to whom a son John Everett was born recently. Other children in the famliy are Cathy, Jim and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall and twin daughters Kathy and Kristy returned Tuesday from a vacation of a month spent at Phoenix, Ariz., with Mr. and Mrs. William Manly and with relatives at Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goeckc have had announcement from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanton of Pullman, Wash., that a daughter was born to them Feb. 27. There is another child in the family, a daughter Natasha. Mrs. D. L. Leffert has had word that her brother Andrew Anderson, well-known former Swea Cityan and Algonan has been in the hospital at Morbridge, S. D. but has now been dismissed and is back at home in Timber Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huenhold lave recently been in Chicago visiting their daughter Joyce' o! Presbyterian-St. Luke hospital and with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Aalderks. Mw&Huenhold •>> ; guesfiS. 'daughter at "Dad's Day," ... . • Mrs. Charles' Armstrong has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Hartl at Eagle Grove. She was brought home Friday and they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erickson with whom Mrs. Armstrong makes her home. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and Ann are expected home the latter ?art of the week from a vacation of a month spent at Pompano 3each and other points in Florida. They visited with their son Michael who is employed there. Mr. anil Mrs. C. E. Dcarchs are caring for their grandchildren, Jim, Patty and Cecil Hutchings, while the mother is a surgical patient at the Britt hospital. They are the children of the Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Hutchings, Corwith. Winners of the Duplicate Bridge club Feb. 21 were Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hakes, first; Mrs. Clara Zender and Mrs. Means, second; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds, third. The next meeting will be held at 7:30 Mar. 7 at the Algona Country Club. Brail Wright, manager of the Algona Graham Store, and his son Bob, manager of Graham's store in Clear Lake, attended a company spring pre-vue sales meeting at Ottumwa for store managers, over the weekend, returning Wednesday night. Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson, came Thursday from the west coast and prior to that had been in service in Japan. He was located there two years and seven months. He has been discharged and is now employed at Larry's Recreation parlor. New Manager For Algona Hotel Wayne Stromstad, 37, Minneapolis, is the new ilanager of the Algona Hotel. The hotel, which has been operating without a manager for the past several months, has been run by the four owners of the firm, M. H. Honsbruch, Chuck McVay. Dick Post and Craig Smith, since they purchased it in bankruptcy this winter. Mr. Stromstad is single and served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. A native of Wisconsin, he attended the University of Minnesota and has lived at Minneapolis for 24 years, except for navy duty. He has been in the construction and property management business there. Letts Creek 4-H Met Feb. Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H cluto met at the home of Ted Grlenert Feb. 21. There were 19 members' present. The meeting was called to order by president George Bierstedt. Kenneth and George Bierstedl and Gerald Luedtke were to plan the 4-H day exhibit. The 4-H members will practice basketball on March 3 and 17. Leader Dick Kuecker presented a talk on small motors. Entertainment was supplied by Virgean Bierstedt. SENECA NEWS Friends of the Virgil Moores will be interested in knowing that Mr. Moore is again a patient at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Marilyn Johanncsen, Ames, is spending the quarter break with her parents, the Fred Johannesens. Fred Johannesen, who has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital for the past week following surgery, was dismissed and brought home Sunday. He is recuperating satisfactorily. Carol Hannisch, Des M o I n e s, Tuesday, Moreh 6, 1964 Algeria (la.) Upper Pea spent the past weekend with her parents, the Elmer Hannischs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg drove to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday. Mrs. Nina Kracht returned home Thursday following a three week vacation trip to California. She accompanied Mrs. Floyd Bacon of Burt, who was called back home by the death of her mother, Mrs. Clara Thompson, Burt. The Bacons were spending the winter in California. While there, Mrs. Kracht visited a niece, Mrs. Donald Marlow, a former Lone Rock resident, Englewood, Calif., also friends at Sacramento, Arcadia and San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hill and children of Newton spent Saturday and Sunday with the letter's parents, the Olaf Oftedahls. Little Lee Bergum, four year old son of the Raymond Bergums, submitted to tonsilectomy Friday morning at Holy Family hospital. Mrs. Ole Pedersen accompanied Mrs. Charles Beaver to Estherville Friday where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Emll Bleckwen, a patient at Holy Family hospital following surgery on Thursday morning. Mrs. Beaver spent the afternoon with her mother, who lives in Estherville. Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Minard, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Kay, shown here, to. Larry Allen Reefer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reefer, Algona. No definite wedding date has been set. (UDM Engraving) Bridal Shower Irvington — Mrs. L. E. Col well and Mrs. B. 0. Davis attended a bridal shower, Sunday, at Trinity Lutheran church hall in Algona for Miss Patricia Snell of Mason City, bride-to-be of Keith Colwell. WILTGEH'S DOUBLE INVENTORY -CHECK THESE SAVINGS- BREAKING ALL RECORDS Diamonds • Watches Jewelry Boxes ' Watch Bands Fountain Pens Wedding Rings Desk Sets • ... ' -.-.• — — ' II GENT'S || DIAMOND RING II Was $245.00 I NOW $129.00 1 Gent's Waterproof I & Shockproof 1 WATCHES 1 Were $24.75 1 NOW $14.95 NECKLACE & EARRING SETS Were $2.00 NOW $1.00 Gents' & Ladies' 1 BILLFOLDS 1 All Price Ranges I SOME $5.00 BILLFOLDS NOW $2.50 RONSON TABLE LIGHTER Was $12.50 NOW $6.95 CARTRIDGE FOUNTAIN PENS REAL BUY NOW 79c Ladies' Keepsake DIAMOND RING SET Was $150.00 NOW $89.00 CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE Was $50.00 NOW $25.00 NECKLACE & EARRING SETS Were $4.00 NOW $2.00 LADIES' STERLING IDENTIFICATION BRACELET WAS $4.95 NOW $2.75 RONSON TABLE LIGHTER Was $10.50 NOW $5.50 BALL POINT PENS SEE THESE NOW 79c GENT'S MASONIC RING j Was $34.50 1 NOW $17.95 1 LADIES' 1 WATCH 1 Was $59.50 NOW $29.95 TYMETER CLOCK Was $7.95 NOW $2.95 GENT'S STERLING IDENTIFICATION BRACELET Was $13.95 NOW $6.95 PUNCH BOWL SET Was $20.00 NOW $9.95 TRANSISTOR RADIOS AT REDUCED PRICES ! MANY, MANY OTHER BARGAINS NOT LISTED WILTGEN JEWELERS - ALGONA'S LEADING JEWELERS - •^BIJIiBBjlBlJiJl^l^l^ljlJIJIJIjlJIJIjljlllJ^

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