The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 6
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ALGONA'S FASHION STORES INVITE YOU: Star* » Shllt* Shea • S & L Stor* • Rusk Drug & Jewelry '• J. C, fanney Ca. * Ben franklin March 27, 1962 Mrs Ed Blumcr will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Friday, ' \ -*-*• • Dick Post was dismissed from, St. Ann hospital after being a .surgical patient there for ten days. Mr and Mrs Stanley Black are parents of an eight pound son born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. Mr t and Mrs Don, Welp and son of Bancroft were' Sunday dinner guests .here at the parental W. J. Finn's. Mrs Mabel Lee will be hostess to the. Eight Specs card club Wednesday evening. Dr. and, Mrs P. 0. Dorweller spent Sunday and Monday with friends at Garner. . : ,Mr And Mrs George BroeSder had as th'ein guests a few days last week tHe former "a brother and sis- ter-ih-la'W, Mr & Mrs Steven Broesder 6f AlbaHy, New York.; They had 6^eh at DaSSel, Minn, .attending fuherai services for a relative. ALGONA'S FASHION STORES INVITE YOU* • Sharp'* Jewelry • Graham's Store • Kirk's Shoe • Fowler'* • Isaacson Studio * Coasl-To-Coast * Hub Clothier* * Chrlstensen's March 27, 1962 Dan Smith, 8-year old son of Mr and Mrs Don Smith. Jr., Is confined t6 his home with th& 'mumps. Mr and Mrs Verne MeClure have named their new son Kevin John, He was born Mar. 12 at St. Ann hospital. Rebekah lodge meets this evening (Tuesday)'at the lodge hall. The committee in charge is Mrs Walter Klamp, Mrs Margaret Reid and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Hostesses at the week's lenteri breakfast for Methodist youth will be Mrs Arnie Ricklefs, Mrs R. W. McCullough and Mrs Don Stark. Rev. Newton Coughenour. will be lesson leader. Order of Eastern Star Past Irons Club is having a 'lOneL „, meeting today (Tuesday) t at "-til Johnson House. Larry Klelni freshman;at -$&-. College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, Spfet the weekend here with his pafe"n Mr and Mrs DuWayne Klein. ^ Kossuth Council of RepubifCflH Women will have a one o'cl,6Cls luncheon Apr. 3 at the Algorta. ^cm- try Club. Guest speaker will,-TO Attorney General Evan Hultnian Allan and Russell Bode wiU^e'ft tertain with marimba numaeK'S- •Men are welcome at the meetipg as well as the ladies and resfrOTi- tions are to be made by Satufaay; with Mrs R. M. Thoreson. SPfc/A/G v FMSH EASTER BONNETS t99 UP „ Herald the .glorious new season with .fashions' newest, gayest' millinery from,.GRAHAMS hat ""bar I Choose from, flower-bedecked styles and crisp straw models. Never before such a huge collection, in all the colors and shapes of the new season. 99 SAVE '/4! Time to stock up now ort famous KAYSER hosiery and SAVE . . . SAVE . . . SAVE . . . during our twice-yearly sale! Hurry in to GRAHAMS this week and save up to 25% on your favorite brand of nylons! March 26 to April 7 KAYSER HOSIERY Sale y The savings you've been waiting for ... on the Kayser stvles you love best of all! Seamed, seamless, dress and daytime sheers . . . even famous Fit-All-Tops, America's favorite stretch-top nylons. Buy them by the dozen and save, even more ! 1 ,, $1.35 Kayser nylons on sale for 99c $1.50 and $1.65 Kayser nylons on sale for $1.19 Forecast We see Easter fashions your way . . . the peak of spring perfection, going on parade now . . . then parading ahead to summer and travel. Our adaptable coats, costumes, suits and dresses lead a long fashion life, and look just wonderful. Choose! BEWITCHING COATS , Pencil slim or gently flared . . . with huge cape collars, or no collars at art . . . full length or new bracelet sleeves . . . wools, laminated jerseys in Spring White, Navy, high shades or pastels . . . truly a coat for every taste . . . be sure to see GRAHAMS greatest showing of fashion-correct Spring Coats I *24 98 •• I v*r W BEGUILING DRESSES... Now showing , , , the mpst complete Spring selections ever I Jacket dresses, shirtwaists, frilly fronts, incrisp paster fabrics, spft jerseys, coe! sheers. Ypu/l! want several right now while selec- tien* are complete at GRAHAMSI And qll priced to complement your budget . . . Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson had as their guests Sunday Mr and kfrs Virgil Pratt and family of West Union. Rev. Al Wlerts of Garner will.be guests speaker at the midweek enten services at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening. Barbara Bartlett, Julie Vlpond and Sharon Schneider were among students at Mankato State College spending the weekend here with heir parents. _o— Mr and Mrs Earl Richards are at Spencer this week where the former's mother is having surgery. They will then go to Seattle, Wash, to visit Mrs Richards' son, Bob Reid. Jack Vlpond, B1U Sigsbee and Denny Waller, freshmen at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City spent the weekend here with their respective parents. Thursday thru Saturday Crooked Ship" 7:35-9:40. Saturday matinee at 1:30 "King Of.The Range" and 6 color cartoons. Sunday "Sergeants 3". 1:30-3:355:45-7:55-10:00. Monday-Tuesday "Sergeants 3" 7:15-9:25. Wednesday Cinema Arts Show Curtain at 8:15. "The League Of Gentlemen" at 8:25. . Wcsleyan Service Guild met Monday evening for dinner and program. Sonia Rozo, exchange student from Colombia, was guest speaker. Mrs Dorothy Vanderwaal gave devotions and Mrs Ruth Cross was in charge of the social time. There was an Easter hat exchange. _o— John Schutter, Jr. and Mrs Louis Kelley are in Washington, D.C. attending a Methodist United Nations Washington Seminar for North Iowa Conference Youth. They left by bus Friday. Mrs Kelley is a counselor. John was recently elected president of the Algona sub-district Youth at a banquet here. _o—. • Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snydcr were called to Minneapolis Sunday to meet their new daughter, Sara Ann, a Korean orphan whom they have adopted. She is seven months old and weighs 11 pounds. The Snyders thought they would have to go to Portland, Ore. to get the, baby but a Methodist missionary brought Sara Ann and two other babies by plane to Minneapolis. The Snyders also have three sons, Mark, John and Tom. Plum Creek Womans Club met Friday with Mrs Elsie Willrett. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson gave the 'Sergeants 3" coming to the Algona Theatre Sunday Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin. Sammy Davis Jr.. Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford star in the comedy riot! "Sergeants 3" coming to the Algona 'heatre Sunday for three days. Sat. mat 1:30 only ALGONA Special Show For Entire Family! A WESTERN THRILLER - PACKED FULL OF ACTION!! HOPALONG CASSIDY IN OJF tttlE RANGE" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS - KIDDIES ONLY 25c ENDS TONITE (WED.) "GOODBY AGAIN" THUR. Thru SAL ALGONA \ PICTURES RELEASE. . "PLUS COLOR CARTOON AND ADDED SHORT SUBJECTS pening number and Mrs Wayne (eith the program. Officers were lected for the new club year which begins in September. Mrs Floyd Bode was named president; Mrs Harvey Jergenson, vice president; Mrs George Kain, secretary; Mrs John Scuff ham, assistant secretary; and Mrs Willis Ethering- on, treasurer. Qttosen Young Man Graduates From College Ottosen — Ronald EHingson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin EHingson, graduated Friday, Mar. 16, from South Dakota State College. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering. He has accepted a position with Control Data at Minneapolis and will begin Apr,- 2, Mr. and Mrs. EHingson attended the graduation. Auxiliary Meets The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday for an all-day rag sew at the home of Mrs. Olvin Haug. -Seven were present for the pot luck dinner. There wore five guests. Mrs. Alfred Schultz read an article on the forty-third anniversary birthday of the Legion. The Lutheran Women of the church met Wednesday for their Bible study. Mrs. Louis Jacobson was hostess and Mrs. Bertha Jacobson gave the lesson. Oscar Larson of Leeds, North Dakota, father of Mrs. Harold Mountain, died suddenly Monday evening at his home. Rev. and Mrs. Mountain left for Leeds, N. Dak. early Tuesday morning. The following members of Luther League attended an evangelism meeting at the Lutheran church at Eagle Grove Thursday evening: VTary Anne and Rachel Holt, Ruth and Sara Usher, Susan Lane, Eleanor Movick, .Gloria Tofteberg, Carie Mae Haug. The Ladies Rural Club ,met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hbfius. Burt Woman's . RelativesAre ; Crash Victims Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward of Burt attended funeral services for Wr. and Mrs. Herman Liedtke, Mrs. Steward's sister and brother- n-law, at Silvas, 111. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Liedtke died fol- owing a two-car crash at East Moline Mar. 17, Mrs. Liedtke died Saturday, about six hours after the crash .and Mr.' tyedtke died the bllowing Monday morning. SUN. Thru TUES. ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 IN ALL THE HISTORY OF HIGH ADVENTURE ON THE SCREEN! ALGONA Wed, Only April 4 Community Cinema Arts Series CURTAIN TIME 8:15 P.M. Final Presentation AN A-l COMEDY RIOT I FRANK SINATRA DEAN MARTIN SAMMY DAVISjii PETER LAWFORD JOEY BISHOP something to see in Plus Color Cartoon SERGEANTS 3 TECHNICOLOR THE CASE HISTORY/ CRIME PLANNED ANDH ALMOST mm •** JACK tuan. HAWKINS-PATRICK DKHAROAmNBOROUtH lUMMR-WMMlM PLUS CARTOON FEATURE AT 8:15 ADM. $1.00

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