The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 2
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2-AI&8HS (la.) Upper Dei Main** f uesday, ,J(pt li 3, 1962 . Mrs. George Kohl had Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl, Des Moines as weekend guests. Mr. ahd Mrs. W. C. Taylor have returned home after spending three months at Brownsville, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kickbusli were recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kickbush, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs.'Arnold Gerries spent Sunday at Woden with the latter's mother, Mrs. H. Tegtmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. James Honken, Clear Lake, have rented the Ed Hagg apartment on West State street. Recent guests at the George Grimsehl home were Mrs. Bertha Schipull and Harold and. Mrs. ItenryjHinz, LuVerne. % »MrS. A. R. Cruikshank returned Tuesday from Des Moines where she had spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Holland Grefe. 'Phil Miller han been here from Stiilwater, Okla., where he is enrolled in college and visited his mother, Mrs. Beth Miller. 'Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black and Impulse and jimmy spent the weekend at Minneapolis attending the I£e Follies and Sports Show. • Mrs. Mildred Putz has been vis- if$d by her- ; daughter, Mrs, Don Rrice, Sioux City. Mrs. Pride also visited Mr. and Mrs. James Will. ;' Mr. and Mrtf. .'Herbert, Lindquisl had as guests Sunday the latter's uMcle and^aunt,' -Mr].i Ja^d Mrs. Marinus Mortensen, Clear Lake. i( Mr. and Mrs. Pete Halsrud had as guests last Sunday Mr. and 1V&S. Robert Braun'and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Belsetji, Mason City. "Mrs. Lydia Wetzel was visited laet Tuesday by ; her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Copk and Jimmy Beddo, Lime Springs. Wednesday, ftJfS. Wetzel went to Fort Dodge on business. •Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ostwinkle 1-ftjd as .guests last Sunday Lerdy Ostwinkle and James, Des Moines. TJJey called on the father, Charles Ostwinkle, at Good Samaritan Nursing home. ;Joyce Hucnhold returned Saturday to Chicago, where she is a sludent nurse at Presbyterian-St. Luke hospital. - She had visited "a week with her parents, Mr. and -Airs. Alvin. Huenhold. ,'pr. and'Mrs. Karl Hoffman returned Friday from a vacation of a,,nibnth at Houston, Tex., Corpus Christi, Tex. and other points. At Houston they visited Mr. and Mrs. Al De Crane and family. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Limbaugh and children visited the respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Limbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Wimi Baler, last week from Thursday tijl Sunday at Greenfield. •Mr. and Mrs. Duane Loguc went to Sherburn, Minn., Friday to see Mrs. Ann Poirot, former resident here whose son Robert, 36, died suddenly and for whom funeral services were held Saturday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Besch spent last weekend at Des Moines. Mr. Potter attended a sales meeting and he and his wife were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Potter. Mrs. K. D. Long has returned from Joliet, 111., after a few weeks visit with the daughter, Marcie, an art teacher in the school system there. Marcie will be home for Palm Sunday and until after Easter. Lurry Hudson, SP 4, of Bonhol- der, who has been in service the past three years of which all but six months have been spent in Germany, is being discharged. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and Larry plans to find employment in Algona. Mrs. Martha Adams was visited Saturday and Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sabin, Des Moines. She has been confined to bed much of the time and under treatment for a leg blood clot. She returned with the Sabins for a sojourn of indefinite length. Mr, and Mrs. John Scliimmel and their daughter, Mrs. Dyrl Jones, Laurens, spent last weekend at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schimmel. Jerry and his family are moving to Casper, Wyo. where Jerry will be assistant manager in an S & L store. They will leave April 7. Mrs. Kuthvrine McMurray has had word that Victor Young, Clear Lake, is hospitalized at Gbndale following a heart attack. He and his wife, the former Hester Jasperson, flew there to attend the funeral services for her mother, Mrs. Frankie Jasperson. Their son Ted has joined them for thfj trip home when possible. fllr. uud Mrs. Alvin Hucnliold were visited Friday and overnight by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strahorn, former residents here now living al Iowa Falls. From here they to Sherburn, Minn., to at£uw»} services SsturaV Robert Peirpt, 36, 9 former em8k>y<# of ih« Srratown they had a hwdware store here. Mr, and Mrs. Darrcll Ludwig and Rhondfi spent Sunday at Webster City With friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul James were visited from Friday till Sunday last week .by.their daughter, Evelyn, and classmate, Elizabeth Weinstein, Albany, New York. Both are students at the State University at Iowa City. , Mr, and Mrs. William Ludwig had Mr, and Mrt, litfy Manus find Lori, Burt, 'as dinner guests * _._•< and Mrs. E. L. Garjbett went to Ernmetsbtjrg last' Saturday and spent (he afternoon wfth Mr. and Mrs. John Stegman. Mr. arid Mrs. Dale Itceren spent the weekend at Hampton with Mrs. Heeren's uncle and -aunt, -Mr, and Mrs. Earl Saxtotf. ' ' Mrs. W. Ci McDougall, Mason City, spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook and Mr, and Mrs. ferry Collins. Mrs. IL M. Knecht spent a couple of days last week at Mason City assisting Mr. and Mrs. Al Salz move to Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg were visited Sunday by Emil'Hagg, Van Meter, who. also visited with the Albert' Haggs, Fred Haggs and GusHagg. > , ., Mr. end Mrs. W, C. Iretaft returned from Riverside, Whete they, had months with Mr, ert<Mlc(dte1$i. * Mr. aitA J&p, Vew parents of a S6ti whoftthiy h named Kevin Jon, bom Mar. 12, There is another child in the family, a daughter Cheryl, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Robert PMgel\en< lertained Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pingel at the Ranch House in Spencer Sunday evening in honor. of their 25th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton' Lighter! were called to Spencer Wednesday by the death of Mrs. Lighter's brother, Clarence Ellis. Funeral services were held there Saturday*. Isn't it peculiar that middle age starts a few years earlier for the other fellow. .Social Security A representative of, the Social " rity Dfstritt OftKsS W«U5i M Court Holise. ft* AWoBi, «i 11 5 and April 19, fitont 9$0 _ to 12:30 p.m. t& mOsfvleif t* answer questions on the subject. Tours With Choir Kim Deal, soph6more in flue arts at Drake U., is one of the members of the college choir now on, tour in three states. He sings ISftOr. Kim is an Algona high graduate. ' '' 70 '.,*Mr. and Mrs. Guy Towne receht< ly observed their seventieth wedding anniversary. They were mar- 'ried in a double wedding and they have lived all of their 70 years of Jmarried life In the Jamaica com- ifflunity. GRAND OLE OPRY y.-i Bob and Bobbie <„ • , , -i ' '•; '. •„.'• , < '; '...',«; •. ' ; ' ; : ; • ; •. : •'• • • ; <. And Rusty Adams, Johnny . Durham And Don Helms Will TUESDAY, APRIL 10 8 Pi Al. - ONE NIGHT 0*ILY! 'I'T- At GARRIGAN SCHOOL AUDITORIUM WILBURN BROS. Top performers, featuring the kind of singing that has rocketed these veteran troupers to fame in the world of Country Music. These Decca recording artists are recognized as the top duet in their field by all the top music publications. Have also appeared on mqny of the nation's top TV shows. MARGIE BOWES Billed as the little girl with the big voice, her first two records were top hits. Now recording for Mercury records, she has been appearing before audiences since she was 13; hps also appeared in night clubs in th U.S., Canada, etc. A top attraction. BOB AND BOBBIE - Have appeared on many big-time radio and TV shows and both are'accomplished artists, despite being young in years. Fine soloists, also tops at civets and brilliant instrumentalists. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE AT SHERWIN-WILLIAMS, DIRECTORY SERVICE CO., INC., SIEG CO.. HOME FEDERAL, READY-MIX, READ'S FURNITURE, GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY AND SECURITY STATE BANK, AMJONA; AND BUTCH'S D-X, WHITTEMQRE; CHARME'S D-X, FENTOty AND FERGIE'S SUPER SERVICE, BANCROFT; AND JAYCEES. ADVANCE TICKET SALi-ADULTS: $1.25; CHILDREN $1 TICKETS AT BOX OFFICE - ADULTS; $1.50; CHILDREN: $1 SPONSORED BY Algona JayCees * '•«*'•.' «.' 50 used TV sets seem to be a lot of sets to have on hand ... But this is not the case with us . .' .we normally have th is many sets because of all the trading we do on the new RCA Color and Black and White sets this year. What Is unusual, are the prices we have put on these sets for the next 10 days. .; 21" GENERAL ELECTRIC Table 'model with a new picture tube. Should sell for $90.00 SALE $48 17" GENERAL ELECTRIC Table model. Use it in any room of your house. Perfect 2nd set. SALE $45 24" ADMIRAL CONSOLE Beautiful mahg. finish and looks like new. Reduced to SALE $98 21"CROSLEY With built In. UHF. Worth"'much more than this special price. . SALE $85 21" Hoffman Console The cabinet is terrific on this one and set works like a charm. SALE $85 17" Philco Console A good second set and priced for, quick clearance. SALE $58 17" ADMIRAL Table model with a new picture tube. Lots of enjoyment fOr : : ; SALE $50 21 "ADMIRAL Table model with a new picture tube. SALE 21" GENERAL ELECTRIC Console in beautiful mahg. finish: Priced to sell at ' SALE $50 21" PHILCO LOW BOY Swivel base, new styling, excellent condition. ' : ' ' ' ' ' ' SALE $85 ^^^^BB^B^BIMHi 21" ADMIRAL CONSOLE * A Very expensfve setj when new. 1 Look ihis one over for a real'value. SALI $60 21" RAYTHEON Blonde Console with • a. new picture tube. SALE $69 21"HpFFMAN ' Blonde Console. Lots of life left in this one. SALE $75 •Mgh. Console that, is in perfect working condition. , SALE $50 21"MAGNABOX Mhg, Console that needs polishing. The set operates real good. SALE $75 24" SYLVANIA < Mhg. Console, swivel base and • looks like new. Nearly new picture SALE $90 21" HOFFMAN CONSOLE You will not find a better buy at SALE $40 21" PHILCO CONSOLE Remember these prices are for 10 days only. SALE $60 21" GENERAL ELECTRIC Mhg. Console. Has a big exceptionally good chasis. Reduced to SALE $80 21 "RCA CONSOLE Lots of quality in this set, inside and out. See It Today. SALE $90 WE WILL NOT MISREPRESENT THE CONDITION OF ANY SET!! 21" CBS Table Model with a New Picture Tube ______________________ $85.00 24" CORONADO CONSOLE with a New Picture Tube _______ ____________ $90.00 THERE ARE 27 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM - DIFFERENT MAKES - MODELS - STYLES Used Radios - Record Players - Tape Recorders RCA Blonde 3 speed auto, record player, console ______________ ^ _______ $45.00 Admiral Radio — Record Player Combination, needs repair ___________ _ $10.00 Admiral Radio — Record player. Table model multi-speed , ___ _.,_ ________ $20,00 Zenith Tflblo Model Radio $12,50 — G.E. Table model _"„ _____________ $ 7,59 Phileo 2 speaker Wood Cabinet Radio w ______ - _____ ,™ ____ _________ $20.00 Silvertono Radio with bad caw but works gopd ____ , ___ r ____ _ _____ _ T __ $ 2,50 Radio-Record player and Disc recorder __ ___ _____ _ _____ +. _____________ $ 9 ( QQ Hallicarfter Radio $4, — • Many others ta choose from. Electronics is our business .'. . and we do take pride In our knowledge of this business. You can rest assured that when you buy a used or ne T.V. set from us that it will give you full enjoyment. " The price of a T.V. set is determined by the model and condition it is in, You can buy a set for any amount ... we have some in the basement that are just collecting dust because we don't feel the/ ore even worth fixing. The sets we are offering TEN dgys ere priced way below what fhey should be ... but for TIN clays only, $9 come in and toke advantage of it, We offer Terms, TracMris, Expert service, Prep Delivery and YOUR satisfaction guaranteed. »» . * Radio & TV

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