The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
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2-Algotia (la.) Upper Pa* Molnei Tuesday, April 10, 1962 HAGfe WEt) fhe marrfage of Carol Johftsbn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson, Blue Earth, Minn., find F(|nk- lin Hagg, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg, took place Friday, Mar. 30, at Winnebago, Minn., at 7 o'clock in the Methodist church. In attendance front'here were irfir-andfcAlrs Albert Hagg, Mrs Dbra Hdgg,; Mrs Fred Hagg, artd tH8 brtddgrbdni's-iBrdther'Alvltlj of Maryville, Mo., who served as best man, Pete, Buwalda, of Ames, a classmate, and Mr", arid Mrs Ralph Hagg,£t. ! LbUirPaH{. Mirth, Franklin is employed with the Pioneer company and the couple is now at home' in the Bjustrdm apartment at 8& East State Street. Card Club Host Mrs 0. A. Sharp was hostess to her card club Wednesday. The club is meeting this Wednesday with Mrs 1 Mike Wagner. Dcgrefe of Honor Degree of Honor Lodge 114 .met Monday, ApHl Si with a pot ittck supper. Honor.guests Were Mr,and Mrs "John Williams <6f Red Oak. Ritualistic work was put oii, with Mrs Williams, the state director, as guest and instructor. Following the ritual the drill team performed, atid group sihglng took place. Special School O.E.S. officers and guests met Thursday at the Masonic Temple for a one o'clock luncheon, followed by a school of instruction under District Instructor Elojse Mans- smith, Milford. Also present was Worthy Grand Matron, Lois Hart- key, Fonda. Mr. aiid Mrs. Frank Butts had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butts and children of Des Moines. BEN FRANKLIN Children's SPRING FASHIONS EASTER PARADABLES Pretty Easter dresses in wash 'n wear cotton. Spring styles qnd colors in sizes 4 to 6X. TODDLERS DRESS-UP A colorful blend of Arnel, cotton end nylon trimmed with lace and ruffles. Sizes 1-2-3. HAT 'N BAG SET 99 Fancy trimmed hat and bag set for little ladies. DIAPER SETS New spring styles for infant boys and girls. Waihfast. INFANTS BONNETS Spring bonnels of lac* and ribbon. Assorted colors, sizes* EASTER FASHION SELECTIONS Shop our children's department for a complete selection of Easter clothes for infants to sub-teens. WOMEN'S EASTER FASHIONS New faster Fashions To Add Color To Your Ware/robe And "Spring" To Your Hearf. FANCY BLOUSES New spring styles for wom» en in tuck-in or overblouse jiylps,, Wide selection of (rfrfii, Wlors and collars, Sizes 32 to 33, VIOLET BOB if* FRANKLIN t-J-r, t« si p«ci,V.:-t s, 'Mono? rf&fes The Alaoiia high school chapter of the National Hoiior Sdciety held initiation ceremonies and. a tea at the school Wednesday, April 4. Members of the local chapter are sh6wn in the above photo with their are Chuck Streit, Linda Percivalj Susan Schultz, Lynn Kueck, Brigitta Whittemore. Jackie Rowley, Mary Misbach and Ji m Stanton. . In back left to right, Mrs. Kelly, Kay Agena, Marianna Rieken, Jbdie Chally, Jerry Raney, Marilyn Black, John Phillips, Kathy Feaster, Alan Holt, Janice James and Tim Dailey. The homemaking department, Under the direction of Kfly Whitten, served tea and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Siemens offered a musical number. (UDM Engraving) __ ___ Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post, and Kent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, were 1C years old Apr. 1 and Apr. 2 and observed the occasions with a joint birthday party Saturday evening at the Immerfall home. Joan invited the girls and Kent the boys and entertainment was games, dancing and refreshments. Methodist Youth Fellowship has elected new officers for 1962-63. Bill Bartlett is president; Barbara Kuchenreuther, vice president; Julia Olson, secretary; Terry Brandow, treasurer. Program area chairmen are Faith, Douglas Barr; Witness, Vicki Steil; Outreach, Jodie Chally; Citizenship, Paul The Algona Council of Protestant Youth will have a sunrise service at breakfast Easter day at the Presbyterian church. Benji Meyer, ministerial student will be speaker and tickets can be obtained from the presidents of the youth organizations, of First and Good Hope Methodist churches, ,Irvington and Algona Presbyter- •ian,. Congregational and First Lutheran. Smith; Fellowship, Marilyn Harris. Ann Segar is publicity'chairman and Tom Stark representative to the Algona Youth Council. John Schutter, jr. was recently elected president of the Algona Sub District. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson have a new grandchild, a daughter, Kristie Anne, born Mar. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson of Fort Dodge. CDA Style Show Is Smash Hit Here Apr. 2 The Algona C.D.A. sponsored an Easter Parade style show here Apr. 2 at 8 p.m. Moderator of the program was Dottie Greenberg. Mrs. Vaughn Rising presented organ music. Chairmen of the event were Nellie Van Allen, Joan Merts, Carol Gotten, Virginia Sterba and Beatrice Miller and committee members were Frances Dodds, Sharon Lemkee, Bertha Thuente, Ruth Sigsbee, Jeanne Montag, Ma- bel Lee, Virginia Allen, Florence Valentine, Lendfe jKittsey, Mary Ilia Kisifi affd Luelfa Wolf. Appealing tfh the* p"fogram were gyivift flbwiis'Lvolml'solo, Vef'hell Ludwig/Vodu §mo?, quartet nuhV ber^oy the RBythfrl6Ues, Bea Hpll, -Carll ddtteri/JoSM Kirn attd Shirley Schenck, aiid dance numbers by Sandy Harms, Cindy Heeren, Jean-Milder, carol SioniKer," Mary B6th Sterba ahd.Judy Venteicher, students of Karert Navoichick. Models who dfsplayed'lfie^ lates.t fashions >'from ,the« GhriSchillds' store, EM and • Jessie's.: fcifl' the adult 'Sewing class at the' high school wete Iffifr Thtiente, Linda DdddiS, Merrl.Laing', Je'dnne -Milder, Jackie MUM) M4ry Mohtag, Cardl Anfl Wftyii Patrick Rooney, Theresa Sigsbee, fioiig Wildin, Susan Bode, Stephen Arend, Susan Ann Gotten, Jo Thuente, Jean Ann Dodds, Jeattie Laing,, Julie WaldrM, Dortna Miller, Debby Garfnan, Kareh ' Winkel, Michael Rooney, Patricia Sigsbee, Patricia Bode, Lorrairte Arend, Mary' Beth Sterba, Thomas Buscher, Mary Helett Bestertlehner. Lynn Thuente, Karla Laing, Ann Milder, Jane Shey, Mark Mohtag, Gary Carman, Sharon Winkel, Kathleen Rooney, Leslie Wildin, Diane Bode, Rochelle Arend, Mary Lee Cotten, Maurihe Bestenlehtter, Mrs. Craig Smith, Mrs. Everett Baldus, Mrs. Elmer Dole, Mrs. L. E. Lihnan, Mrs. Gordon Winkel, Elizabeth and Patricia Bray Mrs. Lawrence Besch, Mrs. M. J. Erdman, Mrs. Gerald Streit, Mrs. Edward Reding, Mrs. Donald Illg, .Mrs. Donald Reding, Mrs. Kenneth Garman, Becky and David Thoreson and Mrs. John Dole. Door prizes were won by Joyce Grandgenett, Algona, and Mrs. Ruth Welp, Bancroft. Algona, Ringsted Send Forensic Entries, S.U.I. Some 400 students from 65 Iowa high schools will compete in the state finals of Iowa High School Forensic League competition Apr. 12-14 on The State University of Iowa campus. Four-year scholarships td;SUl In the dblltges of Liberal Arts, Education, Engineering and Busl- fles^'Adminlstratlon will be awarded B? the university to the highest ranking Speakers in the state finals. Students from Algorta high who will participate are Kay Agena, Glenn Buchanan, Gary Colwell, Tim Dailey and Jim Stanton.. Four Ringsted., students also participate. They, are, Janet Ander- lon, 'Fred • Christiansen, Jerrald Jacob'sen and Wallace' Larson. - Vies Linda ^i$ylgra high scnooi junior 'drftf daughter of Mr bd Mrs Gisyto FeWva , was elected vie*te president of the Iowa Association of FutufrfHomemakers bf Airterltia at a-meeting Friday, at Bea MoineH. A totai 'of 595 high school girls fforrt Iowa attended the eveftt and elected KfithV Hlhkel, Moorellead, state president. There are 165 chab-" ters of 'Future Honiertiakers in Iowa. • , , DEPARTM BASEMEN Department OXFORDS (OPENS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11) Hundreds of pairs of Women's shoes racked for easy selection! HEELS 9 FLATS • CASUALS 9 WEDGIES < From 2.66 To 6.88 (NONE PRICED HIGHER) A NEW BASEMENT DEPARTMENT TO BRING YOU GOOD SHOES AT THE LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE! WE RACK - 'EM YOU PICK - 7 EM WE SACK - 'EM FREE SHOES FREE Register for Free Shoes. 5 pair given each week for four weeks I Registration good for all drawings. THE STORE WITH SHOES - SMART SHOPPERS CHOOSE Qa3aiaMte&&^ EN FRANKLBN Entertaining? BE FIRST WITH THESE NEW.. 1 ! * SUPPER REG. $159 only • 19-in. round in choice of four designs • 16x22-in. rectangular, choice of two designs Beautifully finished in exclusive artist designs .'. . black, eggshell or red backgrounds, hleavy gauge metal — alcohol •resistant! Perfect for TV suppers, patio parties, picnics. SHOP AND SAVE AT BEN FRANKLIN Come on kids— LETS PLAY BALL! FIELDERS' GLOVES Youths' size fielders' glove of genuine cowhide. Leather lined and preformed pocket. Genuine leather lacing all around. BASEBALLS Double Stitched Genuine horsehida cover. Regulation major league size. JUST LIKE THE MAJORS ***»*&, f 'WINNER" BATS FIELDERS' OlOVE 32 to |5. 129 anc| wf flht t of smooth hardwood. Slight er |ine{j s V/elted, p; 9 fp/ m , irregwlqrs, ctll serviceafelf, ed pockety leather lacings, SHOP AND SAVE AT BJN FRANKLIN GERALp VIplET BEN FRANKLIN ALQONA

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