, (Id.) Upper D** Moltw Tuttdoy, May 3, 1964 MRS. FLOYD Newville has been hospitalized following broken pelvic bones but is being dismissed Monday and will be at the Good Samaritan Home. Mr. Newville is at University hospital, Iowa City, where he had surgery. BECAUSE of a teachers' meeting, Jane Faber, was able to be home for the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Faber. She is a junior at Mankato State College, Minn. MR. AND MRS. Clarence Fraser have been visited by their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deush and family of St. Paul, Minn. Best dressed at the Prom. He rents his formats at... THE HUB • . . and you'll know why wh.n you »t« our compUl., modern itltclion of formali and acc.i- lori.i. Tail.fully tailor.*!, correct In In. smallest detail—and com* forlobltl You'll find our t.rvic. convenient and economical, too. ALGONA. IOWA MARY FRASER has as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Fraser and their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fraser, Delta, Colo. They also spent some time with Mile's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fraser. MR. AND MRS. John Schimmel were visited the first of the week by Mrs. Kenneth Trimble and Mrs. Dyrl Jones, Laurens. Mrs. Jones is a daughter oftheSchlm- mels. At another time they had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Nelson, Newell. SUPT. AND MRS. 0. B. Laing have been at Vermillion, S. D. and the State College of South Dakota at Springfield where the former interviewed teachers. MR. AND MRS. J. L Merryman and Mrs. Irene Sourgeon, sister of Mr. Merryman, have been visited by Mrs. Freda Nichol of Milford, who was being accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Aubrey La Foy of Mason City. Mrs. Nichol bad been hospitalized in Mason City. Phil Jergenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jergenson, son-in-law and daughter of the Merrymans, has been hospitalized for a check up at Aurora, Colo. The older son, Kent, is in Viet Nam. MR. AND MRS. Rex Taylor have been visited by the tetter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Brown, Trenton, Mo. MRS. J. D. Burns is going to Des Moines Saturday to spend the weekend with Mr. Burns, who is again in the Veterans hospital for treatment. MR. AND MRS. DaleMcKibban are going to Des Moines for the weekend to be with the latter's mother, who is haviiig surgery. Mrs. McKibban is employed at the Good Samaritan Home. The patient, Mrs. Goldie Raner's home is in Des Moines. The Perfect Gift for Mother's Day - May 8 ANTIQUE GOLD VANITY MIRROR TRAYS — 3 exquisite styles — Reg. $5.95 SPECIAL PRICE $ 3.95 DRUG AND JEWELRY 117 E. State Algona 295-2349 MRS. EMMA Dreyer is home from Whittemore where she had spent a week caring for her daughter, Mrs. Alfred Meyer, who was sick with a severe case of flu. Rites Held For Miss Haupert At Bancroft Sylvaria R. Haupert, 62, Bancroft, died of cancer April 26 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She had been ailing about eight months. Miss Haupert was born Oct. 8, 1903 at Bancroft, graduated from St. John's high school and attended Iowa State Teacher's College at Cedar Falls. She was a bookkeeper and teacher, Last year she became head cook at St. John's school cafeteria. Survivors are four brothers and four sisters. They arei John of Burt, Walter of Algona, Alfred of Herman, Minn., Mrs. Nick Gaul of Alton, Joe, Mrs. Gertrude Hatten, Mrs. Louise Berbers, and Mrs. Loretta Vaske, all of Bancroft. She was a member of Catholic Daughters of America. There was a solemn requiem high mass at 10 a, m. Saturday in St. John's Catholic church, with Msgr. Joseph H. Schultes officiating. Burial was at St. John's Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home at Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. PRINTING-THAT PULLS and doei justice to your, business, filrly priced. Brother Dies Msgr. Charles Miller, 81, Independence, brother of Sister Mary Charles, administrator at St. Ann hospital hereydied April 23 at Independence. He had served a parish there for many years. Funeral rites and burial were held there April 27. SPECIAL MOTHERS DAY. SMORGASBORD Serving from 11 a. m. to 9:30 p. m. All you can eat for $2.00, special children rates. Bring the family and their hi- chairs - Hold your parties here , large or small, any night. Call MRS. E. L HAND - 235-3789. HANDS PARK FAIRMONT (33-35) A Host Of Gift Suggestions That Will Really Please MOTHER - From The Store Of Quality. .r4 :V «s £?•-<• *T ' %~ t-*srj >•' ^ DRESSES Here You'll Find A Big Variety Of Styles And Colors That Make A Mother's Day Gift Sparkle With Appreciation. MAY WE ALSO SUGGEST HOSIERY by Hones and Belle Sharmeer LINGERIE by Kayser & Lorraine Slips — Gowns — Pajamas Negligee Sets — Briefs Half Slips PURSES ROBES BLOUSES SKIRTS SPORTSWEAR JEWELRY GLOVES ACCESSORIES Christensen's Invite You To Stop In And Browse Around . . . Courteous, helpful sales people to assist in find, ing The Right Gift for a Wonderful Person.
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