The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 6
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6-Algona (la.) Upp»r OM Motrtw Thursday, Jan. 24, 1957 Mr and Mrs C. G. Macumber Spent Sunday ;it Hurt with Mrs Maeumber's mother, Mrs Anna Btersfedt. Mr and Mrs George Cook had the former's parents. Mr and Mrs H. K Cook of Pipestonc, Minn., as weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig find family spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mrs Ludwig's parents, Mr and Mrs T. P. Joynt. Dr. P. V. Janse has recovered Sufficiently to be dismissed from the hospital and is now at the home of his daughter, Mrs Beth Wilier. Mrs Joseph Rooney was called ito Omaha, Neb., Friday, where her father Paul Wagner, of Ocle- boldt is hospitalized following a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Paul Detfman were Visited over the weekend by the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs C. O. Riddle,' of West Concord, Minn. Mrs Jean Wadsworih returned Monday to her home at Denver, Colo., after spending several months here with her sister, Mrs Margaret Hofmaster. Mr and! Mrs John Thuente were Visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs William Sanquin and Esther Thuente of Cherokee. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Clem CavanauRh were Clem's mother, Mrs Bridget Cavanaugli. and his brother, Mark Cavanaugh and his wife of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus were visited over the weekend by the former's mother, brother and sister-in-law Mrs Leo Baldus. Mr tmd Mrs Roy Baldtus and son Lon of Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw took the hitler's mother and sister, Mrs Bertha Fredericks and Florence to Gaylord, Minn., Sunday, the guests having concluded a visit here of several clays. Mr and Mrs Clarence Cooke, Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger of Burt and Mr and Mrs Ray Lauenberg of Lone Rock were New Year's Eve guests at the Mr and Mrs Wilbur Boeckholt home. Mrs Henry Douglas has returned from Houston, Tex., where she visited her son and daughter- in-law Mr and Mrs Larry Douglas and child. Larry is stationed at the Ellington air base. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera spent a few days last week at Waterloo with their grandchildren, Ted, Joel and Tommy while the parents, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hutchinson were in Chicago where Mr Hutchinson attended a Gamble company meeting. ook you work? Extra'good looking, extra long wearing I Western style yoke back assures greater comfort and better fit. Double- sflfcbed and copper-riveted for lasting service. All lengths, 28-42 waists. In heavy 8-o& denim. *7/>e Man Who Know* , Wean B/G SMJTH C*oJn«*J* (jrahams BIG SMITH DEPARTMENT Potatoes Are Cheaper!! . / LARGE SOLID NO. DAKOTA RED PONTIACS 50 Lb Sack NO. 1 SEBAGO WHITES (An Excellent All Purpose Spud) 100 Lb. Sack 296 U. S. NO. 1 NO. DAKOTA (Fancy) RED PONTIACS 118 50 Lb, Sack 219 100 Lb. Sack WASHED & WAXED RED PONTIACS 1 4Q 50 lb - ^••py Sack East End Grocery -PHONi 145 Mr and Mrs Otto Sehulic dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Glen Zwiefel at Burt. Mrs Wilma Kulhman spent last week Thursday at Humboldt with Mrs Cordia Heiderscheidt. Mr and Mrs Ed Wilkins art leaving Sunday for a vacation of a month in various parts of Florida, i Mr and Mrs James Merryman droye to W% Moines Wednesday on a business trip and remained overnight. Mr and Mrs Raymond Norton have gone to Excelsior Springs, Mo., and will be there for another week. James Elherington, son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Etherington, who recently entered service H at Lackland Field, Tex. Dora Mitchell had her brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mallory, of Hampton as guests last week Wednesday. Mr and Mrs James Will had as weekend guests Mr and Mrs Glen Johnson of Sibley, brother-in- law and sister of Mr Will. Mr and Mrs John Homer had as guests Sunday the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leonard Beck of Dickens. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney were recently visited by their son Russell of Chicago and a nephew, Paul Ferrigari, also of Chicago.' •'• Mr arid Mrs Milton Norton were dinner guests Sunday at the latter's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers at Pocahontas. Mr and Mrs Minnie Haines and Mr and Mrs Albert Fosnaugh and family were guests Saturday evening of Mr and Mrs Guy Carlson at Wesley. Mr and Mrs C. W. Morck are leaving Friday for Lake Millat;, Minn., and will be joined there by Mrs Morck's brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs H. A. Anderson for some ice fishing. R. A. Davidson returned Sunday from Lakewood, Cal., where he and Mrs Davidson had gone to spend Christmas. Mrs Davidson is remaining for a longer visit with her family. Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe have had as recent visitors their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ted Mongar and little son Mark of Omaha, Neb. Mrs Mongar is the former Shirley Moe. Mrs William Baker returned last week Wednesday from San Diego, Calif., where she had spent a month with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gene Hendrickson and little son Steven Allen. Mr and Mrs Eugene Muller spent Sunday evening at Whittemore with Mr and Mrs Harold Elbert. Others guests were Mr and Mrs Leroy Elbert of Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert. Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas Sr. had a recent phone call from Phil Jr. saying he was beingg transferred from Camp Chaffee, Ark., to Fort Monmouth, N. J. He has completed his 'basic training in Arkansas. Mary Lou Mawdsley, daughter of J. C. Mawdsley, R. R. I.; Algona, has been elected personnel chairman of Chi Omega social sorority at Iowa State College, Miss Mawdsley is a senior in institution management. Mrs Mary Lytle, daughter Jeri, and the former's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Carney, are in California, where they went last week on a vacation and visit with friends and relatives. They expect to be gone another week. Mrs Wilma Kuhlman and Mrs Edgar Campbell drove to Garner Saturday to visit Mrs Campbell's parents, Mr and Mrs Homer Young. Mr Young was recently dismissed from Mercy hospital, Mason City where he had been under observation. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen had as guests Monday the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Baylor and uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Floyd Woodley of Milford. Sunday the Mergens spent the evening with Mr and Mrs Joe Mergen. The men are brothers. Tom Dailey has returned from California where he visited his mother, Mrs Margaret Dailey and sister near Los Angeles, and his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs J. A. Vander Haeghen, at Oakland. He x also visited his brothers Harry and Mike and families. Mrs Minnie Matern was visited a week ago Sunday by her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Hugh Matern, of Stewartville. Last weekend she had as guests another son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Michael Matern of Ncftrvvo-p^, Minn., and her daughter Arisen who is employed at Minneapolis, Minn. Algona Star Nicole Maurey is the girl in "The Bold and the Brave," now playing through Saturday at the Algona theatre. Wendell Corey and Mickey Rooney are co-starred. Augusta Winkle Services Held On Tuesday Funeral services for Augusta M. Winkie, 94, a resident of Algona for more than three-quarters of a century, were held Monday in St. Thomas Episcopal church at 2 p.m. Fr. Robert Holzhammer of Iowa Falls officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Miss Winkie died at 9:30 a.m. in Roberts Nursing Home where she had been for some time. Augusta M. Winkie, better known to everyone as Gusta, was born Nov. 20, 1862 at'May ville, Wisconsin. She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Winkie and came to Algona at the age of 13. She was confirmed in the Episcopal faith in 1896, and was a well-known seamstress for many years here. At the time of her death she was one of the oldest living residents of Algonaj Survivors include two nephews and two nieces not living in this area. Pallbearers at the funeral were Bill Durant, Antone Didriksen, Albert Granzow, Wade Sullivan, Glen Raney and Al Spongberg. — —— ———— —————— . — t Wicks is staying at Rochester with his wife. Mr and Mrs T. L. Lee were also at Rochester from Monday through Friday. The Rev. Robert Holzhammer came Monday from Iowa Falls to / conduct funeral services for Gusta Winkie. He was accompanied home by his wife's parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Raney, who will visit there a few days. The Holzhammers are moving soon to Dubuque where the Rev. Holzhammer will have charge of the Episcopal church. He has been pastor of the Iowa Falls and Webster Cily churches since his ordination a few years ago. He will assume his duties at Dubuque about the first of February. Lament Wellendorf, son o! Mt and Mrs IJoyd Wellendorf, arrived Tuesday morning from French Morroceo, Africa, where he has been stationed the past several months, having been sent there from Italy. He made the trip via plane to Chicago where it was grounded due to bad weather. He made the trip from there via train. After a three weeks leave he will be assigned to the Sioux City base. He has been in service two years and has another year before being released. Annual Church Meeting Held Ottosen — Members of Trinity Lutheran church held their annual meeting Saturday afternoon in the church parlors. Rev. Har- xjld Mountain had charge of the meeting. Officers elected were: Deacon, Oliver, Kinseth; sec'y. Please be our guest ALGONA NIGHT LARAMAR Ft. Dodge SAT. FEB. 2 AMBY MEYER and his Orch. This ad will admit ONE COUPLE FREE coming Charlie Trussell __ Sat. Jan. 26 The Skeeters ... Thurs., Jan. 31 Kenny Hofer Thurs., Feb. 7 Buddy Moore Sat., Feb. 9 i 4* TEST- ROYAL.-T HEARING AID a, I»tMftl»«e' a*! W 5 v*d DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING ALGONA HOTEL TUES, JAN. 29 9 A.M. to 12 Noon Batteries and service for most makes — You are invited to come in. IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. - 611 Fleming Bldg(. 6th & Walnut Sts. DM Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer Advertisement Local Women Freed From 'Prison Chains' Hail Tuesday's News In Des Moines Register In further celebration of the 12th birthday of Nancy Fosnaugh the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Fosnaugh, Mr and Mrs Guy Giddings, of Burt, Mrs Minnie Hines and Mr and Mr? John Van Hoven and family of Buffalo Center were guests Sunday of the honoree's parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Fosnaugh. M? and Mrs Dick Meyer were visited Friday evening by the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harm Kettwich, of Titonka. Sunday the Meyers were visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Meyer of Vinton. Other guests Sunday afternoon were Mr and Mrs John Rippentrop, of Titonka. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Meyer and Joy Ann drove to Sexton to spend the evening with Mr and Mrs Frank Pruis- MJ» 0wUe Wicks, who underwent surgery for removal of a brain tumor in a Rochester, RJinn- hospital Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 15, is coming along line, accprdirig to latest reports from the hospital. The operation was termed a complete success, she will remain at the hos^ pital for esveral weeks during Ike convalescence period. Algona — A large number of Jocal women, previously confined to their homes on Mondays by ''wash-day chains", hailed with delight the full-page, full-color announcement in last Tuesday's Des Moines Register — which proclaimed the "Lowest Price Ever" on Maytag Automatic Washers ,and Dryers. Feminine Furore With the appearance of this startling announcement, many ladies were so overcome local with joy and delight that they could hardly speak. A number, however, when interviewed by our reporter, made statements concerning this history-making announcement. One lady, when interviewed, exclaimed: "My, isnt this wonderful news! Just think, what Ive always really and trujy wanted, Maytag automatics, and now they're at the Jpwest prices ever." A woman in the next block, who had just finished up a hard day's washing, came to the door and said: "That settles it for me, I'm having a new Maytag automatic washer — no more of this wash-day torture for rne" Bush To Local Firm The impact of the Des Moines Register announcement on Tuesday hit "with full force here. Fortunately, the local firm of North Iowa Appliance Center, owned by Al Richardson and John Levy, was prepared, and had the Maytag "Highlander" Automatic Washers and Dryers on hand. Had they not taken this precaution, it is questionable if the local appliance firm would be in one piece today. Ladies came to the State streejt store and demanded to see the Maytag items at the Lowest Price Ever. Owner Comments John Levy, of the North Iowa Appliance Center, was interviewed by our reporter also, who had to fend with the ladies to get near the Maytag machines. During a brief lull, Mr Levy stated: "I'm not a bit surprised at tfeis activity on the part of the ladies. When you say 'Maytag' to a housewife, it's just like saying Cadillac to a man. And when Maytag announced the Lowest Price Ever on these automatics, well, something had to give." Now On Display The Maytag "Highlander" Automatic Washers and Dryers, subjects of all the hubbub, are to be seen at the display room of North Iowa Appliance Center in Algona now. They have that well-known Maytag dependability, and are now available at the Lowest Price Iver! ... at North Iowa AppU* Center, Algona, Iowa, Knut Opnedahl; trustee, Antone Speich: treasurer, Richard Kinseth; financial secretary, Mrs Knut Oppedahl; Sunday School superintendent, Mrs Harold Mountain; ass't. Sunday school superintendent. Mrs Ivan Evanson; pianist, Mrs Merle Holt; assistant pianist and choir director, Mrs Richard Kinseth; and collectors. Peter Oppedahl. Peter Holt, Robert Traub, Donald Newton, Iryin Hanson and David Evanson. Richard Kinseth and Merle Holt were elected delegates to the District convention. Mrs Harold Mountain was named director of the vacation Bible school. New members by transfer are Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos and Mr and Mrs Ed Anderson and family. Mrs Edward Zinnel has been elected chairman of the committee for the Flower Show held annually by the Ladies Rural club. This action was taken at the meeting held Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs Mike Frohling. The next meeting will be Jan. 31 at the home of Mrs Mike Coyle. Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle .and sons of Bode were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Mike Coyle home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schxiltz and family were Sunday dinner guests at the homo of her mother Mrs Maude Blancharrt at Lone Rock. License To Wed One license to wed was issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. It went 1o Charles E. Schafer, West Bend, and Jo Ann Warmbier, Algona, Jan. 17. r '' •*•• ... Another BigfFeature IN GRAHAMS 'GOLDEN JUBILEE' YEAR BARGAIN - BUYS ALL OVER THE PLACE FANCY TEA APRONS Choice of crisp organdies or fancy prints. PLASTIC BASKET LINERS 2 for Fit all clothes baskets — bright, cheery colors. PLASTIC SHOE BAGS Hangs on inside closet door—holds six pairs. PLASTIC TABLE DOILIES 8 for Ifflc Colorful 8'/ 2 inch plastic doilies — washable —use over and over. PLASTIC TABLE COVERS Size 54 x 54 — plaids and figures, washable PLASTIC GARMENT BAGS Full length — with full zipper — hold eight garments. RIC-RAC BIAS TAPE BINDING 10 pkgs. 88c Your choice of these three needed sewing items at this price. 8-INCH STEEL SCISSORS Nicely finished steel scissors — useful 8 inch large size. IRONING BOARD COVERS 2 for Fit all boards — elastic edges — scorch proof Silicone. CHINA TEAPOT SETS Fancy decorated china teapots with matching creamer, sugar. JUMBO SIZE KLEENEX 3 bxs. 400 count — size Kleenex jumbo PLASTIC DRAPES & CURTAINS pr Choose either drapes or curtains by the pair. PLASTIC BABY PANTS 4prs. In pastels or white — also rayon - covered ones at two for 88c. DOWNSTAIRS BARGAIN TABLE Lots of Different , Items — All On One Big ,88c Table 88c Items Like Plaques, Planters, Etc. WASHABLE WINDOW SHADES Washable coated heavy paper complete with roller. IMPORTED CUTTING BOARDS Made of cherry .wood — handsomely decorated with rooster design. FANCY TABLE TUMBLERS 10 for Me Large size decorated glass tumblers in many designs, CHROME CAKE BREAKERS Chrome-plated —with colored plastic handle —gift-boxed. LADIES NEW HANDBAGS Assorted clutch and handled bags in new colors. LADIES NEW BILLFOLDS New styles in billfolds for ladies MENS NECKTIES AND BOWS Both four-in-hand and bows at this special price. MENS LEATHER BELTS Genuine Cowhide leather belts for men. CHILD'S BOXER JEANS Sizes 2 to 8 — san- forized blue denim. - TO GRAHAM'S BIG 88c SALE MORE FOR YOUR SHOPPING DOLLAR IN GRAHAM'S JUBILEE YEAR

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