The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 9
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APRIL 3, 1962 Bob Poirot, Ex-Resident Whittemore, Algona, Dies Rnhoi-f t /«-•-» « . . - .*" * jfflomesi APRIL 3, 1962 Po ! rot . 36, owned and ope* 3 , years; He was "£ ready to born , April 8 > 192S i and was e he was a senior to high was graduated from o Sl Minn " hj g h sc ^ol. r , t- 24, 1945, he was married to Marie Shearer at Park Rapids The couple moved to Algona and then to Sherburn in 1952. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. ° n Ann Poirot of Sherburn, his wife j three children, Thomas, James, and Donald, all at home, Mr. Poirot was a.member of St. Luke's 'Catholic church; Holy Name society, . American Legion and Sherburn Businessmen's association. He was an army veteran, serving in Italy in World War II. High requiem mass was held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Luke's. Fr. George Foffel officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery there. .Time is that expanse of space between paydays. Tuesday Club At Wesley Has Farewell Party Wesley — Tuesday Club members gave a farewell party Mar. 27 for one of their charter members, Mrs. Reece Martin, who is moving soon to Tallahassee, Fia. The 9 o'clock coffee hour was held in the Mrs. Hazel Gerdes home and a personal gift was presented to Mrs. Martin. Red Cross Workers Mrs. H. H. Raheyhas been appointed chairman of the Red Cross fund drive and has as her helpers the Mesdames J. F. Meurer, Fred Thomas, Jo?m Muehe, L. H. Klein, Veva Lease and Bill Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson at- tended a family dinner party Mai 1 25 in the Sunner Oppedahl home near Goldfield held In .honor o Andrew G. Oppedahl's 70th birth day, Mrs. Bernide Norrls of Pequb Lake, Minn,, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Girard of Bagley and Mrs. Maureen Harr and family were Mar. 28 guests in the F. W. Girard home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Thada arid family moved Apr. 1 ttdtti the John Bauer property to the, tenant house on the Mrs. Justine Becker farm. Duane Vaudt has been hospitalized in Forest City the past twjo weeks for medical care. His "wife is the former Joan Pric». , At the first anniversary sale at Johnny's Market, door prizes" .went to Lou Simpson, Mary Krfeps, Bjll Hanig, 1 Wilhelmina Hughes, Clarence Beenken, Irene Muehe and Mrs. B. J. Studer. • ' Easter Parade of Children's Fashions SPRING SCOOP! "LIZ" BLOUSES The fashion rage for girls of all ages . . . frilly white blouses literally dripping with frothy eyelet embroidered ruffles. Perfect for Easter . . . just right; with sportswear later; on 1 Sizes 3 to 14. MODESTLY PRICED $1-99 $2:99 GRAHAM'S, FASHION ' BALCONY ' Just in time for Easter, GRAHAMS has just unpacked dozens of crisp new fashions for a|l the girls . . . pretty Spring colors in crisply tailored or frothy lace- trimmed styles. Choose now from complete assortments. Sizes 3 to 14. From romping toddlers to growing-up girls, all the young fashionables can parade proudly, when you choose here! Wide selection of suits, dresses, coats for girls . . . suits, coafs and coordinates for boys. Latest styles, new colors, attractive fabrics . . . and low, low prices, too. * * * * * .* * * ADORABLE DRESSES SIZES 3 TO 14 ING TOUCH FOR SPRW&0 FINAL WEEK! KAYSER HOSIERY SALE $1,35 Kayser Nylons On Sale At Last Chance To Save Up To 25% KAYSER K 1 Seamless Mesh Nylons (Regular $1.35) KAYSER K 2 Seamless Heal & Toe (Regular $1.35) KAYSER 6515 Evening Sheers (Regular $1.35) KAYSER 6530 Service Weight (Regular $1.35) KAY$iR71! luxury Sheer Stretch (Regular $1.35) KAYSER K 14 Seamless Strech. Reinforced heel and Toe (Rtgwter $1.95) YOUR CHOICE PAIR Perfect toppings for a glorius Spring and Easter season . . . starched laces and straws, ribbon and flower bedecked to flatter every outfit. See these today I $1.99 and $2.99 ********* COATS -FASHIONABLE FOR EASTER Practical enough for months of wear , , . Shown here, just one of many exciting styles now showing at GRAHAMS . . . our completely reversible all weather coat, poplin on one side, pretfy print on the reverse. See this and many others, npw at GRAHAMS v . . 98 & up Barbershoppers Plan April 14 "Fun Night" No school was held Wednesday n the public school as the day was devoted to parent-teacher conferences. School was in session Mar. 31 to make up time lost earlier. 27 members of the Yo Yo"~Club held their annual dinner party Mar. 28 at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. E/ M. Olsen and Mike spent Mar. 23-25 with their sons and brothers, Wally Olsens of Council Bluffs and Kay Olsens of Omaha and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Diebler and Mrs. Mary Olsen of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Don Olsen and family of Ft. Dodge were Mar. 18 visitors in the E. M. Olsen home. Lawrence and Otto Fox and their sister, Mrs. Esther Schrader, were hosts to their 500 Club Mar. 25. High scores went to Francis Pierce and Mrs. Wm. Hauptly, travel to Mrs. Josie Gouge. This group will meet Apr. 8 in the Lee Goetz home. Mr. and Mrs. Elof Pearson returned Mar. 22 from a week's visit with their. son, Pfc. Leland Pearson and his wife at Ft. Hood, Texas. Enroute home, the Pearsons visited her sister, Mrs. Chas. Brown and family at Red Oak. The Joe Drummers of Livermore Pictured above are the KossiAh County Barbcrshoppers at dress rchearsnl proceeding the recent "Parade" show. In the background is the early Algona scene hand painted to scale by Cliff Carlson, who stands jt*t under the court house fine in the picture. The scene in bcau/fclful color drew high praise from those attending the parade, i anirSfno?"? Uth C « 0 "'" W '" bc host to tho Rivcr citv chorus °f SPEBSQSA from Mason City and the newly formed Forest City chorus at a fun night Saturday. April 14. at the Algona High School Auditorium. There \pill be no admission charge; and free tickets for the reserved section of scats will be sent to those known to have bought tickets but missed the recent parade on account of the blizzard. / The general public ie. welcome at the fun night presentation of the three choruses With their quartets as long as seats are available. The chorus Aook part in the Sentral School variety show on the evening of March 27. * spent Tuesday evening/ with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^John Weig. Mrs. Weig has been seriously ill. / Safe Driver Awards Safe Driving awfcrds for the month of March were presented, in school assemblies, last Friday, to Pat Conn of Algina high school, and Jo Ann Plathe of Garrigan high. The pupils also viewed a film on safe driving pointers. Presentation wais made by the Algona Chamber of Commerce. the Traditionally appreciated GIFT Kindergarten Round-Up Is HeldAfBurf Burt — Twenty-three children were registered to enter kindergarten round-up held at the school Thursday night. , Greeting the parents at the door were board president, Delmar and Mrs. Angus. A film on General Health was for the BRIDE ... tHe GRADUATE her ANNIVERSARY...her BIRTHSTONE "— ' ^^ ^ 0. precious cultured pearl necklace of perfectly matched choice jewels from the South Seas ... not simulations... a precious gift that grows more precious with the year*... end lovelier the longer she wears them. The pure beauty of our world-famoui IMPERIAL Cultured PEARLS it hen at the price you can afford) Give her the gift she will wear forever with pride, pleasure and beauty ... Your gift becomes an Heirloom investment, WeanoneofthtitleclilorH in tHt Vniltd Stalet choitn to participate in thf taie of ajabuloui cultured peart collection—a collection that rtpnttnti a million dollar punhaujrom tht Bank of Japan by the Imperial Pearl Syndicate. tival" was given by Lenice Waltman, Donna Miller, Sandra 1 Ortman, Kathleen Patterson, Linda and Janet Becker, Jeanine Chafee and Jill Smith. The girls were dressed in appropriate costumes. Songs were sung by the group and lunch was served. Meeting Changed The April meeting of the WSCS has been changed from April 4 to April 6. The change was made to allow members to attend a District WSCS meeting at the Emmetsburg Methodist church Wednesday. The meeting at Emmetsburg will be held from 9 a.m. until late afternoon. Anyone desiring transportation should contact Mrs. Dean Andrews. Anyone who could furnish transportation should also contact Mrs. Andrews. ; At the meeting Friday, the annual Spiritual Bazaar will be held. In charge of the program are Beth Miller, Florence Spear and Ruby Hinckley. Mrs. Carrie Larson was honored on her 80th birthday anniversary when her daughter and family, the Glee Bullocks, entertained at dinner on Sunday. Guests were Mrs. -- „„ ...^.Loretta Waltman, Mrs. Ella Sigs- shown by County Nurse Joyce bee and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden. Harry Hobson, Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Fidelia Kiilsholm gave an Mrs. Sieb Behrehds and Ilia Mae illustrated talk on "Let Your Child of Humboldt. m? You< " T 116 Cub and Boy Scouts of the The parents present were given Prairie Gold -Area Council are mak- a schedule for the spring visitations ing planT'to conduct their annual of their children. Good Turn Day for the handicap. Lunch was served by a commit- ped. tee of this years kindergarten pu- Mr. ails, Margaret Batt, Gladys Doege Marjorie Person and Eleanor! Hildman. i Enrolled to enter kindergarten in the fall are: Norman Becker Steven Bergerud, Janet Foertsch I Michael Fraser, Jennifer Fries Vickie Gifford, Vickie Haase, | Bruce Hanson, Brenda Holding Christine Keith, Susan Lampe. Ruth Lavrenz, Jeanette Madseni and Mrs. Russell Parsons entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Patricia's 4th birthday anniversary. Guests were her grandparents Mr. and and Mrs. Floyd Koepke also Mr. Mrs. Sumner Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Koepke and boys and Vaigene Westling. Mrs. Robert Lovstad, who had been admitted to St. Ann hospital second time Monday evening, Sandra Madsen, Helen Meier, Da- returned to her home on Saturday' " ^" C !!?\ Har1veyT £ arcel > Rob - Wallace Hawcott entered St. Ann Parcel, JJouglaai_Riemers, Da-1 hospital Tuesday, where he under- vid Scott, Charles Soderberg, Patricia Steven and Daniel Studer. Girl Scouts The Burt Girl Scouts and Brownes were hostesses Tuesday to members of the Titonka Brownie roop at a 50th birthday anniver- ary party of the Girl Scouts of America. Also guests were Scout eaders Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and Ruby Hinckley. The party had a Japanese set- ing. Vickie Westling gave a welcome o the visiting girls and their eaders. A playlet, "Japanese Doll Fes- medical'care. went minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Schrader are enjoying a week's vacation whicli they are spending with relatives in Ladysmith, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Westling and family, Barnum, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Westling and daughter, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westling and family and Dennis Shipler. Grace Bergerud who had been confined at St. Ann hospital the past week was taken to University hospital, Iowa City, Mar. 23 for Beautiful Necklaces $24.00 up Complete collection of Cultured Ptarl Rin Bracelet} and Jewelry. eler • American Gem Socfetu AlCONAJOWA FRUIT TREES APPLES, PEARS PLUMS & CHERRIES DWARF FRUIT TREES APPLE, PEAR & CHERRY COMPLETE LINE OF Flowering Shrubs • Evergreens • 55 up 00 Up Garden Seeds Shade Trees FREE LANDSCAPE PLANS Duncan Nursery RESIDENCE PHONE CY 4-2339 NURSERY PHONE CY 4-4813

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