The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 3
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. AROUND ALGONA' Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs uiuine J. Shrpard, was baptized •Sunday at St. Cecelia's Church The Mother and Daughter Banquet of the Presbyterian Church will be held Tuesdav evening. April 30. Terry and "Shag" Cook, students at Drake University, spcm tnc Easier holiday here with theii parents, Mr and Mrs Don Cook Jack Wallet was five years old on Monday and his mother, Mrs R. B. Waller had a birthdaj parly f,,.r him at the Call Statt Pnrk. Sheila Sullivan, who attends St. Mary's of Notre Dame in Indiana is spending this week here with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. W Sullivan, Mr and Mrs torn Sawyer, former residents, now of Des- Moinos spent Saturday in Algom as guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Cook anc family spent • Saturday at: Lakt Okoboji where they got theii house-trailer ready for the sum mer season. » f)——• Catholic Daughters of America. will meet Thursday evening at the V.F.W. hall. Chairladies are Miss Minnie Schick and Mrs Leona Henry. —o— David Phillips arrived he-me Thursday from Iowa Stale College at Ames to spend the Easter holiday with his parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips. Bel Canto music club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ralph Weber at Bancroft. Mrs C. C. Shierk presented the program. Haitie Wilson spent the Easter weekend with relatives at Springville, Iowa. L a v e r n e Johnson went to Lime Springs to visit her parents. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith entertained their parents, Mr and Mrs J. M. Fleming of Whitte- moi e and Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith at dinner on Er.ster Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ted Herbsl became the parents of a daughter, April 17 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named, Terry and she has a two year old sister, Lori. accepted a new teaching position. His parents, Mr and Mrs A. E. Lauritson well-known, former residents also live in Beaver Dam. Jerry is married and they have an infant daughter. Mr and Mrs Harold Mobson went to Webster City on Sunday to. visit , Mrs Hobson's uncle. Henry Brunner. On Monday the Hobsong were visited by Mr and Mrs Russell Pratt and their nine children of Sioux City and on Tuesday they had as dinnei guests Mr and Mrs Harold Oxley >t Cm with and Mr and Mrs Merle Oxley and family of Santa Ana, Cam. Mrs E. E. Robinson entertained at a birthday party Monday ifternoon in honor of her daughter, Jean who was eight. Guests were Vic"ky Seimer,- Ann Penton Ruth McEnroe, Hazel McEnroe. Margaret Utt, Ruth Cassell, Jill Welter, Virginia Seifert, Patty Cink, Jean Sigstoce, Donna Kenyon, Sheryl Kalahar, Pam Schutjer, Mary Zender, Jacque Elbert KilJeii Elbert, Nancy Schmidt, Carol Sloniker, Linda Hunt and the honoree's sisters, Janice and Joan. Mr and Mrs Leonard Meissner and family spent several days at Sioux City where they visited Mr and Mrs Carl Schuultics. Mrg Schoulties is Mr Meissner's sister. rai-i-.Q.- iu Presbyterian Guild met Moil- day evening at the home of Mrs M. H. Brower. Mrs Henrietta Bowman gave devotions and Hattie Wilson presented the program. Mr' and Mrs Harley Watkins, former residents now of Sioux City, spent several days here this week as guests of Mr and Mrs James Merriman and o t h e r friends. Mrs Joe Tschetter and Mrs C. H. Simpson entertained at a neighborhood coffee party Monday morning in honor of the ninty-eighth birthday of Mrs Helen Paxson. Phil Anderson and Gene Hoenk, students at the State University, spent the Easter weekend here with -their parents, Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson and Mr and Mrs H. L. Hoenk. —o—• Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson had as their guests from* Friday through Sunday, Mrs Simpson':} son-in-law and daughter, Mr ana Mrs Bill Twombley and sons Mike and Doug of Des Moines. Kenneth Hargreaves of Omaha spent the Easter weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves. Kenneth recently began a new job with International Business Machine Co. Mrs Mary Lytle, former employee of the Upper Des Moines, is now employed witlt a Portland, Oregon printing firm in the general office, according to word received here by,her parents, Mi and Mrs Robert Carney. Mrs Harry Hargreaves'plans to RO to Council Bluffs on Friday to visit her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. anil Mrs E. B. Muthiasen She will care for her grandchildren while the parents are attending a medjcal meeting in Des Moines. —o— The following were welcomes as new members at the Presbyterian Church, Easter Sunday: Paul A. Willey, Sr., Mr and Mrs Hugh H. Willey, Mr and Mrs E. \ Abbas, H. B. Hobson, J. K. Lytle Mr and Mrs I. E. Miller, Sheryll and Ted McNeill, R. Neilson, Mr and Mrs C. Ruark and Claudia, Harley Troutman, Jr. and Mr and Mrs J. Wood. Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbce had as their dinner guests on Easter Sunday, Mr and Mrs W. &. Beardsley tmd family ot Lincoln, Neb and Mrs W. J. Sigsbire. The Be-n-dsloy.s returned home Monday after having been here for a week because of the death of Mrs Bcardsk-y's father, W. J Sigsbee. Jerry Lauritson called on friends in Algona on Tuesday. He was enroute from Kansas City where he has been living, to Beaver Cam, Wise, where he has Baptism For New Radig Son Burt, Sunday Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig are parents of a son. Douglas Paul, born April 14 in Algona at St. Ann. He weighed 7 Ibs. and 1 oz. Baptismal services were held Sunday at St John's Lutheran church at Burt with Rev. E. L. Wittkopp officiating. Sponsors wore Mrs Tneo. Vera of Algona and Eugene Radig of Omaha. Neb. Dinner guests a* the Wilfred Rajdig home in honor of the occasion were the fraternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Alex Radig of Fenton and Mrs Rose Rahmstock of Lakota, Eugene Radig of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Theo. Vera of Algona, Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and family, Mr and Mrs Glenn Bertnson of Paullina, la. Baptize Richards Infant Edward Paul, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards, was baptized Sunday in Burt at the Burt Methodist church with Rev. F, G. Samek officiating, Following the service dinner was held at the Kenneth Richards home with other guests, Mr and,. Mrs M. O. •Richards and Mrs Maude Bilsborough and Ilia of Algona. Hostesses To Circles Mrs Herman Kramer entertained the Lu circle Thursday afternoon at her home with Mrs Ray Black assisting. Guests were Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and Mrs Jess Dugan and Mrs Wayne Dugan. Mrs Clarence Kraft had charge of the le'sson. The Mildred circle met with Mrs Wm. Knoll and Mrs Clair Bollinger assisting. Nine members answered roll call and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt was a guest. Mrs David Beck Sr.. had charge of the lesson. Mrs Del mar Fischer entertained the Maxinc circle with Mrs Harlari Blanchard assisting. Plan? were made to serve the next family night services at tho church, Sunday. April 28. Guests present were Mrs Wm. Fischer, Mrs Sieb Behrends and Mrj Erich Seegebarth. Mrs W. J. Cotton had charge of the program. Lawrence Geitzenauer attended a supper and ek-vator meeting at -West Bend Hotel in West Bend Thursday. John Dixion and Bernard Pettit attended a motor school in Estherville, Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit were supper guests at th( Jesse Blanchard Jr. home Wednesday evening. Callers Saturday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family and Mr? Frcelovc Weisbr,od of Fenton, on the birthday of Maurice Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Edward Mittag, Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cynthia of Dos Moincs spent the weekend at the Henry Keuck residence. Monday evening M; and Mrs Kueck attended a farewell party at Burt honoring Rev. and Mrs E. L. Wittkopp. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen and Jerry spent last weekend at Minneapolis where they were met by their son Don. Mr and Mrs George B. Long and Dennis and Marlys Jentz of Kcnton visited Mrs Everett Ackerson of Wesley in the Britt hospital Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ackerson are the parents ol twins, a boy and a girl born Sunday. Mrs Mary Flaig and son Kenneth visited Roger Bill Flaig ai the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines, Sunday. Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs Jack Quinn and Mrs Maude Blanchard were guests at a Farm Bureau meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs Lawrence Ditttncr. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met April. 13th at the home cl Linda Ramus. Talks were given by Nancy Fjscher, Susan Montgomery, and Jeanette Hahna. Music was provided by Nancy Fischer and Susan Montgomery. Mrs Lawrence Dittmer, Mr? Herman Kramer and Mrs Ray Black entertained the Burt Township Homemakers club Tuasday afternoon at the Dittmer home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family were Easter day guests at Remvick at the < home of Mrs Angus' aunt, Mrs Roy Guy. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and family visited Sunday with the Raymond Bartletts at Titonka helping Mrs Bartlett celebrate her birthday. Supper guests Sunday at the Ed Blanchard home were Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and Rick Lee of Nevada, la. who spent the weekend' there, and Mr and Mrs Gene .BJanchacd. and ^mRy/Mi and Mrs A. D. Newbroughf'tSlf and Mrs' Lawrence Newbrough and family and Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow spent Saturday at Albert Lea a; the home of his mother, Mrs Elsie Berhow and Sunday for Easter dinner they were guests of her parents, the W. M. Rottermans of Elmore, Minn. Mr and Mrs George B. Long visited in Wesley Sunday evening at the Everett Ackerson home. Mr and Mrs Ackerson have named their new twins, Debra Lynn and Dennis Lee. Mr and Mrs George Walters, Garry and Lawrence visited on the Easter weekend at Fremont. Neb. with relatives. Mrs John "Extras" is right... and you'll find them only in Wolverines and in the When you want man-size wear — here's a work- shoe with plenty of it. Made of naturally tough Shell Horsehide for miles more wear, extra comfort ... Although touph for extra wear, Wolverines are actually soft as buckskin . . . Triple tanned that way by an exclusive process. They dry out soft, too! extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar. :<$?*••'?£&:•?} *$*•" ' tncm (WILLIAMS Kohlwes accompanied them and visited relatives at Scribner, Neb. Margaret Fischer, student at Iowa State Teacher, spent from Thursday till Sunday of the Easter vacation here with h€f parents, the Delmfir Fischers. Lola Meyer, student at Briaf Cliff college at Sipux City, spent the Easter Sunday with hef par ents, the Frank Meyers. Mr and Mrs Don Miller and family of feuVeine, Mr and Mrs Maynard Kueck arid family ot Algona, Mr and Mrs Wa±ren Thompson and family of Stitea City, Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cynthia of Des Moines, Mr anc Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock were guests Friday evening ai the Marvih Kueck home helping Karen Kueck celebrate hef 15th birthday. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck and Karen were supper guests of Mr and Mrs John Orvick of Ledyard Mr and Mrs Alfred Sehaden- dorf and family, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen and Don were Eastei dinner guests at Lakota at the home of Mrs Frank Schadendorf Tena Jensen entertained to:Sunday .dinner, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie Jo, Mr 'and Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy and Rodney, Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen and family, and Mr and Mrs Otto Jensen of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Orville Deardorf and family of Yale. Orie Hurlburt of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and family, Mr Wm. Rath of Lu- Verne all called on Mrs Martha Rath Easter Sunday in'the afternoon. DANCE TO FRANK JONAS AND HIS ORCHESTRA , \ Tuesday, Apr. 30 LIVERMORE BALLROOM LIVERMORE, IOWA Write or Call 2911 For Booth Reservations. "SPECIAL" Beer 5c Per Glass From 8:30 to 10 p.m. in Ballroom. 17* Warm Weather WARNING! 8 Out of 10 Car Radiators In Use One Year, Are 25% or More Plugged The INLAND FLO-TEST, exclusively at Percival Motors., forecasts lime^-losing, costly radiator trouble BEFORE it dan (happen. Let us FLO- TEST your radiator now — BEFORE your heavy summer driving startsl Cost of the FLO-TEST is lowl Mr and Mrs A. L. Jackman of Algona were guests for dinner Easter at the Wm. Knoll resi- Drive 'In At PERCIYAL MOTORS South Phillip* dence. For dinner Easter Mr and M.s Thursday, April 25, 1957 Alforta (la.) Ufttttr »»t Mdlfltt-l awrpnrp nilfmpr rvnfprtainrx^ ____________________ __ Phone CY 4*3535 - Your Newspaper Lawrence DiUmer Mr and Mrs Leonard Dittmcr and ^1 family of Burt. Come And Hit Us In the Pocketbook! FOWLERS terrific savin NEW SPRING APPAREL! ANNIVERSARY SAVINGS I FOWLERS Anniversary Special Spring Handbags 1.00 Ladies purses — new for Spring — in wide variety of styles. Taken from hew higher- priced stock for an Anniversary feature 1 FOWLERS Anniversary Special Party Pants 1.79 Infants Playtex party pants in lots of new styles and luscious fresh colors. Regular price is $2.00. FOWLERS Anniversary Special Mens Tee Shirts 2 for 88c Genuine Army tee shirts with wide nylon neck band, nice comb* ed cotton. All sizes. These have value of 79c each or more. FOWLERS Anniversary Special Girls Wash Frocks 1 29 Anniversary brings a final close-out on these nationally advertised washable dresses — values to $4.95. FOWLERS Anniversary Special '& Ladies Blouses 88c From a well -known blouse maker — these $1.49 to $1.98 blouses as a special 'birthday* gift. COATS That Were $19.95 to $29.95 DEDUCT 25% • All New Sprang Styles • All Wtth F£mous Labels • All Sizes In The Group DRESSES That Were $8.95 to $22.95 DEDUCT 25°/o • One, and Two-Plecers • Spring Prints, Floral* • All Sites In The Group OFF FO W LEIRS Anniversary Special '« Nylon Panties 59c Values of 79c to $1.18. White or pink — some with fancy leg insets. Anniversary priced I FOWLERS Anniversary Special Summer Jewelry 2 for $1 One big Anniversary collection! Lots of white, lots of light- colored, lots and lots of styles. FOWLERS Anniversary Special Brassieres 3.49 Genuine Playtex quality bras being offered at this Fowler Anniversary price. They have perfection of fit, nice uplift. FOWLERS Anniversary Special Ladies Gloves 1.00 If you've waited to buy gloves — you're in clover I Lovely large assortment of spring and summer gloves, white and colors. FOWLERS Anniversary Special Nylon Hosiery 89c Pr. Hose that sell* for $1.00 and $1.35 ordinarily — Mojud and Apex qualiiy — yours in this Anniversary offering forf$8c pair] Algona's Remnant Sale! Hundreds and Hundreds To Choose From! I to 10 Yard Lengths! • Every Piece From A Noted Mill I • Regular 39c to $1.50 Yd. Fabrics I t Endless Variety of Patterns 1 • Piled High For Your Choosing I From Such Fabric Makers At Cohner Hall, Mars, Fuller, Fruit Of The* loom COTTON REMNANTS - NYLON REMNANTS - FUNNEL REMNANTS CORDUROY REMNANTS - DACRON & COTTON REMNANTS - ETC- Arcuni Wash Dresses ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Such gay, colorful frocks for Summer I Arcuni's $5.98 dresses! Lots of ginghams, lot* of pastels, lots of plaids I Carter's Baby Neel ENT'RE STOCK! 10% OFF ENTIRE STOCK! Literally dozens and dozens of wanted Baby needs and famous Carter's at that -, faetag offered at tw I* sw **, i "IT'S OUR BIRTHDAY BUT YOU OH THE

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