The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 6
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&*Atgoni (la.) Upper Be* Motnii Tuesday, April 10, 1962 Sheila Sullivan spent last weekend at Minneapolis with.friends. Hi W. Stcbritz is spending n week at Omaha, Neb. with Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Kirsch. Mr. and Mrs. James Schneider were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schneider, St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sjogrcn and family visited with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson at Pomeroy recently. Mrs. Martha Rammer, wlio fell several weeks ago and broke the pelvic bone, is now able to get around without crutches. She is the mother of Mrs. Albert Slobe. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling had Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Mary Beth and Sterling, Anken, and-the grandson, David Passmore, Iowa City, as guests last weekend. Mrs. Adda Price is' a patient lit St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd spent a week ago Sunday at .Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Baumgartner. Mrs.. Wade, Sullivan was an overnight guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Kate Stcphcnson will have; as guests from Apr. 16 till after Easter,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corey, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Walter Courtney has moved into the Sjogren apartment on east North street. Mrs.' Leona Baker lives in the other apartment. Air. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday at Alinneapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson. This weekend they visited Mr, anc Mrs. William De Kruif and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lassahn at Mason City. Let's Talk Diamonds! ARE OUR BUSINESS EXTRAVAGANT CLAIMS! y n MISREPRESENTATION WU MARKUPS! I FALSE SHAR I'll u h OF SIZE OR QUALITY FALSE NO DISCOUNTS! Our reputation and experience are your guarantee! The best diamond values ever offered! • Rtnos and diamonds enlarged lo show detail Mrs. Hnrolrt Hotli hmt as Thursday Mrs. Lowell Shimon arid Kathy, Pocahontas. Mrs. Henry Seller was recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. John Roiner had Mr. and Mrs. Wayne'Eaton, Ruthven, as guests recently. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Eciglor are spending ten days at Denver, Colo With Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. George Sefril spent last weekend at Colo with the letter's aunt, Mrs. Nelson Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beiscll havr purchased the William Sperloclt house. The Sperlocks are moving to Wayne, Nob. .Robert P. Laing recently attended a special dealer training school conducted by Lennox Industries Inc. at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brunt-r left a week ago Sunday for a two week vacation at El Paso, Tex. and other southern points. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Anderson Lexington, Neb., spent the weekend with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rooney were visited from Friday till Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. John Rooney and Bob, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Julius Kunz is at Merry hospital, Mason City, under medical treatment. It is expected she will be dismissed in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ralie are moving to Bancroft. Mr. Rahe recently purchased the Standard Oil bulk business from Jim Elsbecker. Mr. and Mrs. Miles SloniUer plan to spend the Easter weekend at Kenosha, Wise., with the lal- er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Senne. Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tague, spent the weekend with her parents. She is a student at the State University of Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson had as recent house guests Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Haire, Des Moines, who visited other friends and relatives. Mrs. Nell Lupin is hospitalized at St. Ann. Her son Rhyle Bartlett has come from Dike and her daughter Irma arrived from Sacramento, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harj came from Des Moines last week and visited Mrs. Edna Harr and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith. Mrs. Harr returned with them for ? i few days visit. Mrs. Chris Wallnkait was at Waterloo last week visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weydert and children. Mrs. Wcy- dert is employed at the Allen Memorial hospital. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee has returned from Lincoln, Neb., where she had spent a couple of weeks with her grandchildren while the parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beardsley were on vacation at Phoenix, Ariz. Word has been received of the death at Los Angeles, Cal., of Mrs. Nita Hutchins, wife of Lawrence Hutchins, Jr. The senior Hutchins are deceased. She is survived by her husband and three children, a daughter in college, a son, 14, and another son, 5. Miss Kmne Of OttosenWIII Wed April 24 • , • > t? Mr. and Mrs. Donald H.' Kinne, Ottosen, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alona Marie, pictured above, to James Joseph Berte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte, Bode. The wedding will take place April 24 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church," Algona. (UDM Engraving) AS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED IN ime • Snorts Illustrated • Holiday • Gentlemen's Quarterly FREEMAN SHOES FOR AMERICA'S BEST-DRESSED MEN award 'he Medal to this Freeman Master-Flex blucher,..a sturdy style that's ounces lighter than an ordinary shoe, flexible as a willow branch and boasting a buoyant cushioned insole,' Air. and Mrs. Brady Rovn and Jean are going to Des Moines Thursday to visit with the daughter Judy who is enrolled at the Iowa Methodist school of nursing. They will also visit at Grandview college. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson were visited last weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Richardson, and little son, Todd David, of Cedar Falls. Dave is a student at State college. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven had as guests a week ago Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin, Alden. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo -Steven and the respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ristau became .grandparents .again .with the birth Mar. 22 of Tina Marie to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ristau at Mason City. There is another child in the family, a son Ronald Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Zweifel were visited last weekend by their son Richard of Morningside college, Sioux City. Another son Tom, Fairmont, Minn., was recently promoted to manager of the Sherwin- Williams Paint store. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and Judge and Mrs. G. .W. Stillman went to Waldorf, Minn., Saturday afternoon to attend funeral services for Mrs. William Miller, mother of H. W. Miller who Has been in failing health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Richardson have sold their home to Louis Merkle for his daughter, Mrs. Francis Hisezynsky and will take possession the last week in April when the Richards will leave for Arlington, Calif, to make their home. Mrs. James Schneider went lo Mankato, Minn., Friday and brought home her daughter, Sharon, Siri Norton, Barbara Bartlett, Marian Roth and Julie Vipond. who spent the weekend with the respective parents. They are enrolled at the Mankato college. Mr. and Mrs. William Raker have had word from their daughter, Mrs. Gene Hendrickson, that a'son Timothy Gene was born Mur. 27 at San Diego, Calif. Mr. Hendrickson is in service overseas. The infant weighed (! pounds, 'l\'-> ounces. Olher children in the family are Sieve and Randy. Air. and Mrs. Fred Erickson ind as guests recently Mr. and Mrs. James Sennenfelder, Elmore, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sen- nenfelder, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hines, Rockwell. This iunday their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kreillow, Dean and Carol, Dovvs, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Limn and Edward, Lakota. Olher recent guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brink and Harold. Bancroft. Comfortable, flexible and lighter weight. This blucher In pliable Black Smooth Kaf, or Brown Kaf. Freeman Shoe Corporation, Beloit, Wisconsin America's Largest Exclusive Makers of Men's Fine Shoe* $11.95 TO $15.95 flL /> id • Hospital Auxiliary Holding A Bake Sde On Friday St. Ann hospital Auxiliary will have a hake sale Friday, April 13, starting at 9 a.m., in the store room formerly the United Variety store. Mrs. L. E. Linnan an'J Mrs. Robert Bickert are chairman and co-chairman. They report an excellent response to contributions and expect a big sale. The specialty will be breads. Anyone wishing to have their contribution for the sale picked UD please call either Mrs. Gordon Hall (4-3667) or Mrs. Harold W Erickson (4-4574). St. Ann hospital Auxiliary is buying a Croupctte for the hospital. A croupette is a miniature oxygen tent, having a cooling device. It will be used in treating babies and small children having any type of breathing difficulty, as croup or asthmatic attac l IF ITS NEWS, WE WANT 16 Lakotans At Meetings, tuther League Lakota - Sixteen leaguers .ftnd their pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church attended the spring rally Of the Emmetsburg conference of Luther Leagues in Ernmetsburg last Sunday. V Doug Fasse of Forest City pre< sided at the meetings. The inspirational address was given by Pastor Smedsrud of Minneapolis. New 'officers installed by Pastor Mos- terl of Rake were! vice-president, Gary Berkland of Cylinder; treasurer, Christine Smington of Spencer- Paul Geilenfeldt of Lakota completed his term of office as treasurer of the Emmetsburg conference. Those attending from Lakota iwere: JTaines ttfeftedti Juftlof Sen, Jam6S Paiiteefl, flick, David and Earl Cilshrtiari, Marsha Krom->, inga, Patty Mayne, Buane Skedahl,- Barrel Clabough, Lynrt 'Hertzke, Gary Anderson, Thomas Add'y, Paul and Gary Geilenfeldt, and Rev. Meinecke. Car-Truck Sales Hit 33 During Past Two Weeks New car and truck sales held their own in Kossuth county during the past two weeks. A total of 33 new vehicles were registered at the county treasurer's office. Owners are: Chevrolet — D. W. Ferguson, Bancroft, pickup; M. W. Bey, Bancroft; R. P. or Christine Baxter, Lone Rock; Edward Sheldahl, La- Jcotaj R. A. Qlsen, Algonaj ,M. & Marlow, Lone ftockj. J, A. Woltz, 'Butt; H. G. Bierstedtj Whltteniore; R. J. Boyken, Burt; V. T. Rich, Algona; A. F. or Norrna Dudding, Buffalo Center; and Helen Niek sen, LuVerne. Ford — Viking Oil Co., Algofla, truck; Jenifer Bosma^Tltonkaj M. K$or Irene Peterson, Titonka; Kees and Co., Algona; L; C. Fa 1 ber, Algoha, pickup; C. H. Klamp, Algona; D. D. or Marian Trupke, Algona; and A. B. or Kathryn Selichnow, Algona; •'. . International — P. J> Eisenman, Swea City. , ' Rambler — A. C. Discher, Wesley; W. C. Smith. Algona; A. C. Kollasch, Bancroft; E. E. Barr, Algona. Buick — Cassie Klocko, Swea City; and C. R. Schoby, Algona. Stutlebaker — D. J. Christensen, Burt. Olds — Donnelle Devereaux, ', ( ~ •* • Wesley. •>' ' "•- Ponttoe — Vlfgfaifl White, A1- gona. Mercury — G. 3,' Hellnian, Baft, croft; aid K. R. Sarchet, Burt. Dodge —D. L. Ludwig, Corwith. Gets Scholarship Wesley — J. D. Walmsley of Corwith, "science teaches 1 , at the Cor- with'Wesley ^school,, has been a* warded a scholarship,for one year graduate study at Arizona State University at Tempe, Ariz, by the National Service Foundation. He atid his wife, the forttier Audra Doughan; their two. daughters and son will leave in August. He, has taught six years in the Corwith' Wesley school. His wife had taught there too. During the Civil War, Southern newspapers sometimes had to use ^.wrapping paper or wallpaper to print on. SMART NEW WONDERFUL SYCAMORE COATS PICTURE! /OFPOISE A serenely graceful coat with the lovely simple lines that face any fashion situation Without a qualm. There Is a nicely calculated breadth of collar with a widespread angle repeated in the. pockets, Fabric and colors ere spring's best, Misses sizes, $49.98 Flowers bloom brightly on sculptured cotton knit jacket, to complement slim skirt, blouse. OTHER POPULAR SUITS $19.98 to $49.98 Bright colors and light fabrics are setting the stage for Easter's coming parade of spring fashions . . . see them all now in our new collection of coats, dresses and suits. SMART EASTER HATS A riot of color, a diversity of shape, a wide selection of flowers, straws and chiffons — this is the millinery picture for Spring 1962. You'll find a grand assortment at this store. And prices are so reasonable, $5.98 to $12.98

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