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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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a-A4fldnn (la.) Upptr 0« M«!n»t tu«d6y, June 8, 19S4 Good Reports On Hospitalized .»;..*' -, > • • ' • • • Sexton Folks By th« Vlllagft Gossip S«xion —» The recent- surgery 'patients are doing quite well now. The most serious was Mr* Fred Jennings who went to the Methodist hospital in Rochester, She Is doing much better now bu,t must stay there fdr some time. Her address is Havens Corner, 121 Third Ave, K. W., Rochester and she has sent word she would like to receive a few letters. Sammy Prew's voice has changed rather young in life and all because of-his loss of tonsils at St. Ann hospital. He is doing extra well since his mother says hfe is twice as full of mischief now. His aunt, Nancy Ditsworth, Algona, is visiting now to help keep up with him. This isn't such an easy world for modern youngsters either from the sounds of Joan Kelley's comments when she had to take the last of her vaccination shots. Many friends have been pleasantly surprised this past week by Drusie Noble. She came home without warning and looks better than ever. She sends her thanks to the many who remembered her during her long hospital siege. Poppy sales should have boomed if there are many go getters like the Wesley Girl Scouts and their leader, Mrs Leroy Pfeffer. They made a trip all the way to Sexton to find buyers for their flowers. He was such a familiar figure that most people didn't realize he had been gone as long when Murttn Minibach put • in a few days work at the-lumber* yard again. • Mrs John Jennings enjoyed a Mother, >•, Daughter-banquet .At the PresbVierinn church with her granddaughter, Sharon Sabin. Mr and Mrs Martirt Mimbach mifst have liked Minnesota as they returned for a weekend with Mr and Mrs Fred Botches, Waterloo, to visit k the H. H. Esser family, a brother of the fadies. The former Lois Miller, now Mrs Travis *of Storm Lake, a long time resident .of Sexton and her mother* .visited at the ' August KirschBaum home Memorial Day. They were* on th>lr way .home after spending a lew days with her brother, Dick Miller <6t Corwith. ' The Don Gabrielsons, Mason City, stopped to take his brother, Olonn arid family to Starbuck, Minn, to attend the gradu&tion of another brother, Darrell, Glenn was unable to go because he was in the middle of work on the Plum Creek Centennial Float. Mrs Leo Kirschbaum must know how a movie star feels after the unusual attention she received last .week. She was the object of all the main street action when the car with a loudspeaker began calling her name and played a record for her. The "jokers" were a group of cousins visiting from Chicago and Wisconsin but it was quite a thrill while it lasted. Living so close we often dont realize what a big attraction th* West Bend Grotto has come to be. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Ktos* and two children and Mrs Kk*s*1s parents of White Lake, S^ Du visited with the Art Kleuas assi then they all spent an at the Grotto. Bill Huff is having a nk* with his nephew who home on a 30-day furlough. Me is Lyle Huff with the Ait Corps stationed in Massachusetts. Hid brother, Eugene Is expected home some time this month on leave from the army in Georgia. • Baseball, Swim Program Mark Lone Rock Plans Lon* Heck—The Jr. Legion Boll team played its first game Thursday evening at Fairmont, ending in a 3-3 tie in the eighth innthg. The game was called due to dnothor game scheduled. The PeV Wee's will begin' practice Friday and also the girls teams. Swimming lessons will be scheduled at a later date, appfopdmate- ly. two weeks; • ' • ' M*et , • " Ths fettton township homemakers met Friday afternoon with Mrs Harold Settle! and Mrs Hugh Carney assisting the hostess. Mrs Milfred Miith*U and Mrs Lloyd Berktand presented 'the lesson on outdoor cooking. Mrs Art Krattse gave the lesson on Shell Craft. The group is planning to have a booih at the Algona Fair. Mrs Heavy Schroeder was kt efearse of entertainment, KM* Visitors s at the C-. F. Sehults Iwes* last weekend and this week wtt* 3&r aadE Mrs A. A. Krufiger aaad K«mit. tt» Rccatd Cferisten- Mr an<S Mrs At«x Mr aacfi ifcs H«rfcerJ . xvl ami Deaa. Mr Sites BscfeoctJ Foteate Ms- an<£ 30fc? ffsaafc. Kamiitt i?f Pjirsuwa.4. Mrs StsnJhj.cs, u Mr 3m£ 39fe Y 3ifc % S&ittes oS Park, Bernard ReiM Quirm. Merle Hanson and girl* of Fairmont, Mrs John SqiiefiSf Sioux Kaftlds, Mrs Bst#l Bftig* man of Webb, Mrs Chester AlnW it OttoSen, Jim O'Mara, Kef Gs E. Nordine, Mrs W. J, Cotton. Marlyn Bausman also brought the marching band down and played a couple numbers; Memorial VjiUats Mif and Mrs John Sones of Sioux Rapids, Mr and Mrs Caryl Brugmatr, Sheila and Richard, Mr and MrsChester Alme and Shirley 6f Ottoseft, Mr and Mrs J. m. HurlbUrt of Glidden, Mr and Mrs H.»A. Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard, Donna, Craig and Susan, of Plymouth, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and G»S1 of Yankton, South Dakota, Mr and Mrs J. M. Blanchsrd Jr., Motile, Jill and Cynthia, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Gary, Tim and Debra spent Memorial Day at the home of Mrs Maude Blanchaifd. Mr and Mrs Gene Blancharo. spent the weekend there. Thompson Visitors Mrs Haattah Thompson of Sun Prairie Wis., Mr and Mrs John Thompson of Madison, Wis., Mr and airs Ralph Thompson aita LaVonne, Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and Howard of Armstrong spent Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs LUlie Thompson, The visitors from Wisconsin «pent the weekend there leaving an Monday for home. They were all Sunday picnic dinner guests at the Ralph 'Thompson home. Other guests there were Mi ahd Mrs Wafrea 1'hompson and chil- dreru Mr and Mrs WilLard Thompson and family and Mr, and Mrs Jim Elsbecker of Bancroft. Monday dinner guests at the home oi Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva were Mr and Mrs Clarence Schend c.f Boone and the Forest Hann family of Algona. Mss Elta Hanna ,and Myrtle Hanna of dlotlX City called at the EdW, Ohm and Maude Blatt* chard homes Saturday evening; ttw Jim* 0> Kara liflle. Their daughter, Bonniei '-stayed for a visit -and anothef daughter, Judy, name f hursdaje Abrnltig to. visit. Mf aftd.Mrs Eldin Warnke of Vale . and family visited. Sunday at the L. V. JohnSofi home. Bob Wiruke, their son, is staying for twd weeks there. Mr aftd M*s Frank Flai| visited Douglas Jergensoh at the parental. Dean Jergenson home at Algona Saturday evening. He had been ill. Mrs Cafl Peterson and hef son Elmer, took her two nieces home leaving Saturday. Mrs Peterson is visiting her sister in Nebraska, while Elmer took his cousins on to their h«ime in Wyoming. „ , Mr and Mrs Charles Mbrrts and Ruth Krueger spent Thursday evening at Jhe Mamie Fitzpatnck home at Graettinger. Gordon Ohm went Saturday to Sioux City where he attended an alumni gathering and also the baccalaureate and commencemen, exercises of a friend from Morn* Merton Larson, I.. V. Johnson. Bernard Pettit, Don Marlow, Dell Marlow returned home Tuesday morning from Lac Suel, Canada, where they enjoyed a two week s fishing trip. ' Mrs Merton Larson and c.hil-' dren visited her aunt, Mrs Lyle Seeward at Bradgate Friday. Mr and Mrs Wm. Wehrspann of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs John/ Geitzenauer of Fenton visited Memorial Day at the Lorenz Geitzenauer home. Mr and Mrs Calvin Householder spent over Memorial weekend visiting. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson and son of Kansas City,, Mo.. came Sunday to visit the parental A. L. Cotton home, ' Mr And Mrs &afyi:«!»&oft ft* family. of jnattoTft <uh* to JW Satental ff6d Gettflch hotne summer Mrs. Plat he Was Farmerette Club Hostess, St. Joe St.' Jfo»i—"Mrs .MUford? J»lathe entertained the F&fmefette' 800 Club in her home on Wednesday evening June 2 with 'Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas as a guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas,' Mrs Raphael Faber and Mrs Delmer Plathe. A delicious lunch was^ served by the hostess: Mrs - William Me Guire will entertain the Club on June 30. Barbara Kellner of.St. Benedict spent several days this week IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACf The SURF CUEAR LAKE , -IOWA Fri., June 11 Kenny Hofer Sat., June 12 Vance Dixbn Modern Orchesiia Wtd. June IS Te«nag* Dance Henry Chart** Orchestra 20! — No Da&c« Sun,,. Jjoa* 27 Billy May Owbtstra am All rasatva&His must b* paid itt adiranc* Adiru— SX.S1; plus tst, $1 JO here m the j AlVlfl , Klelr) i hbrne. Kay and Shafdn M« net home,, Lu Mirf' Mr arid -Mrs . .. j,, • . ann. daughter of - F rai» 'By&W ye'd.by the P.B.L JftjWash- h, D, d- spent; the Mim6rlal ^ «end he/e with home f °MrV Milford %the e»tertains the Farmerette 500 Clubvm her h&me on -Wednesday ^eniftg, Diane ReSihg an|l 'JJ*« «. e ding, spent ^ this weete at . the Raphael Faber honfe, - . St. Joseph's .church .-received a cleaning when the ladies of the Parish ' gathered . pri- Tuesday afternoon for the task. A delicious itlnch,was efljo^d'aft^f the job was finiahedt. ,J -•.-,::,' Mr an'd Mrs, Hfttf* • §6f1ftann and Dorothy" fettirfted hofhe Mond&v s«» a ,Viift*Jtt* ^ast .week A relitl^s at tearlifl^ Jim PoWers '*etuffied oh TUL-S- day from Chicago where he had Spent the past weekend. UDM, , When YOUR Earning Power YOU CAN RECEIVE ! ' •' A •"' CHECK 1VBRY MONTH AS IONO AS YOU LIVI * MR DITAILS CALL OR $11 . ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent Phone 1133 or 1209 Algona. Iowa , IOWA LIFE FARM I'NSUR-ANCE DESV ' ' BALLROOM WHITTEMOttE/lOWA f- i ii I i "M' '''i Friday, June ,11 HAROLD PICHA Sunday, June 13 JAY BELLAIRE • Friday, Jyiie 18 Duane's Ace. Band Sunday, Me 20 Tony Bradley Friday, June 25 Eddie Skeets No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 YOU NAME THE PRICE The Shopping Fun-Festival of the Year JUNE is our 27th Birthday Atonfh at Richardson's Furniture. And we're going to celebrate by having the time of our life-instead of getting gifts, we're giving them to you, our customers. During the entire month of June, we are really going to be in the "dealing mood. Gome in and see for yourself. Select the merchandise of your choice and MAKE US AN OFFER. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the kind of a deal you can make. NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE REFUSED!!! li's your chance to name the price you want Is pay for new, modern furniture* Ss harry mis Riefeardsoa's daring osr "You Name the Price" event during the month of June. NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE REFUSED! We Mean Business. Bargain With Us... This special birthday event »» not limited U» ju.>* a f#w, selected items—IT'S STOKEWiUE. E*ery single pkct ol furniture in our store v»iii be included in this even!. NOTHING WILL HE HELD BACK'.! We really mean business and are out to mote merchandise this moath. REGISTER FOR A VALUABLE PRIZE, While you are shopping or visiting in our store, be sure to register for oar free door prize—A. U. S». KOYLON FOAM MATTBESS AND MATCHING BOX SPRING (S12950 value). This wonderful gift will be given at the ead of this month. No purchase necessary —you need* net be preheat to win. Trade-In Your Old Furniture... And here, Is mimelhtug ul»« Wfc Uiiuw you'll liko. If you huva a iruUv»ln, On H nihV jUi-i'e ol ntvrvlmndUe. tell us wJiHt yfiu'll tuKo fur U, AUAlN \VK UKl'KAT NO llBASONAHMg OKKKII WlhL UK UKKUKGIK So you cu» saw Jtet-ti loo, J^t nH | llv j| a , aifr t ,,. cuci , you want io iiny! -ALL \VH AHK IH THAT YOU i'AY US A VISIT UUUINU THIS MONTH (W RICHARDSON'S Wtsl of New Gturthoiisa "OUR LOWER eVERNiiD HEWS A SAVIUCS TO YOU" Slnoi 1817

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