The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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6-Alflona (>o.) Upper DBS Moln«t Thursday, July 7, 1966 DR. AND MRS. M. G. Bourne returned home Friday from Chicago where they had attended the national convention of the American Medical Society. RECENT GUESTS of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Shey were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.ui Shey of Red Oak. MR. AND MRS. Harold Hobson spent the weekend at Harper's Ferry where they visited the latter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Traeger. MR. AND MRS. Grady Phillips are vacationing in northern Minnesota at the resort where their daughter, Gayle, is employed for (lie summer. MR. AND MRS. Jim Geelan spent tlie July -ltd wfkond at an Okobnji resort, v;itli Mrs. Geelan's brother-in-law and sister and family of Gnindy Center, as their i;uests. MRS. E. J. LENDER and K irls of Omaha are visiting her mother, Mrs. Harry Potter. Another daughter, Mrs. John Sorflaten arid children of DaJlax, Texas, are also visiting liero. weekend at Buffalo, Mfnn. with Mrs. Erickson's parents, and in Minneapolis with Ws parents. MR. AND MRS. Dick Zwiefel, Denver, Colo., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel, and also relatives at Humboldt. VICTORIA BRADLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, spent the weekend with her parents. Site Is attending summer school a/id is also employed at Omaha this summer. MRS. BERNARD BODE and daughter of Hackcnsack, Minn., h.m> been guests of her parents, Mr. an/1 Mrs. Jess Lashbrook. MR. AND MRS. Gene Hood were weekend guests of Mrs. Hood's sisters in Des Moines, Mrs. Frances Bonder and Mrs. C. W, Connor. JUDGE AND MRS. G. W. Still- m;ui spent a few days at Spirit Lake and had as their guests their daughter, Mrs. Dan Jones and three sons of Lacrosse, Wise. Mr. Jones Joined the group for the weekend. DR. HAROLD ERICKSON and MRS. J. THOMAS Zender and Mrs. Erlckson spent the holiday son, Tommy, Cleveland, Ohio, Convalescent Supplies Now at RUSK'S RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY, ALGONA IS YOUR ONE STOP CENTER FOR CONVALESCENT SUPPLIES. WHAT EVER YOUR NEED ... OR THE NEED OF A LOVED ONE FOR CONVALESCING, IT IS AVAILABLE AT RUSK'S. THEY HAVE WHEEL CHAIRS . . . CRUTCHES . . . CANES . . . AND WALKERS. YES, YOU CAN HAVE EVEN A WHIRLPOOL FROM RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY. WHEN YOU ARE IN NEED OF A CONVALESCENT AID, GO FIRST TO RUSK'S. THEIR FRIENDLY PERSONNEL WILL BE HAPPY TO GO OVER YOUR LIST OF NEEDS AND WILL SHOW YOU THE AIDS AVAILABLE. HOSPITAL 9EDS ARE CONVENIENT IN THE HOME AND YOU NEEDN'T GO OUT OF TOWN TO GET ONE. JUST GO TO RUSK Drug & Jewelry Algona We invite you to compare v.'iUi any competition! PUT CORN UP FAST in ANY BUILDING or CRIB Stan-Hoist's UK, full, JJl-irich carry-a-way makes short work of all your clevatiiw jobs. Kur corn, sholled <on, small Brains even baled hay . . . you put all material u uc ' MOVE FROM BARN TO CRIB TO BIN! y, s «,»„ „ , "mobile". Versatile PTO or hydraulic raise an^ lower aflowL you to move a Stan-Hoist elevator around with oas, T,u nKm-od undercarnajfc. WK 10-foot hopper is easily raised and low "red Put your materials up with Stan-Hoist 'ovstitu. YOU CAN'T BUY A BETTER ELEVATOR! Visit our store todayl JOE BRADLEY EQUIP ALGONA will arrive Thursday fora week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller, while her husband is in Phoenix, Ariz, attending a G. F 1 . computer conference. He wili return here and the Zenders will spend a week at Jim Schneider's resort at Cross Lake, Minn, before returning home. DR. AND MRS. Don Kingfield have had as guests her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jung of Ames. RICHARD DREYER is home on leave from the Air Force visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dreyer. MRS. JAMES Everds was hostess at the weekly ladles' bridge club session at the Algona Country Club. Mrs. Mel Bay, Mrs. Frank Zender and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott were winners at bridge. MERRI LAING, daughter of Mrs Corrinne Lalng, has visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shineflew at Des Moines. Mrs. ShineOew is a sister of Mrs. Laing. MRS. ROBERT Poland, the former Merl Lalng, and family spent the Fourth of July weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Helen Laing, and other relatives, MR. AND MRS. Jess Beamish and family, Los Angeles, Calif., have been visiting here the past week with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish. On Sunday they went to Iowa Falls where they attended the 67th wedding anniversary celebration of their parents. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Jr. and family spent the 4th of July weekend at Willmar, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lee, former Algonans. Bay-Percival Vows Spoken Here, Wednesday, June 22 SGT. NEAL HINTZ, Leavenworth, Kans., is visiting his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley, while on a furlough from the armed services. MR. AND MRS. Deb Hall and her mother, Mrs. Minnie Houck, spent the 4th of July weekend at their cottage at Lake Okoboji. MRS. ELVIRA MONLUX, accompanied by her son Andrew, spent a couple of days here recently visiting friends. Mrs. Monlux Is a resident of Heritage Home in Mason City where she. has been since breaking her hip several months ago. SUE HEMM1NGSEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, spent the holiday weekend with her parents. Sue is a student nurse at St. Barnabas hospital in Minneapolis. MAUREEN O'BRIEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien, spent the 4th of July weekend with her parents. Maureen is attending summer school at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. REV. AND MRS. Frank Harcey are spending the month of July visiting relatives in Wisconsin. Rev. Harcey is the pastor of the local Congregational church. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Cowan and children spent the 4th of July weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan, at the Cowan's cottage at Lake Okoboji. WILLIAM EVERS, who has been home on leave from the Navy and visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers is now at Schenectday, N . Y.' MR. AND MRS. JohnSohlmmel have been visited by their daughter, Mrs. Dyrl Jones and Kathryn Bay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Bay, and Robert Percival, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival, all Algona, .were married June 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Lutheran church. The bridal couple is pictured above. Rev. Robert F. Lorenz officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore her mother's wedding dress of antique white and a floor length mantilla brought from Spain b> her sister Sally Bay. Maid of honor was Sally Bay and bridesmaid was another sister, Mrs. Herbert Bryant, Jacksonville, Fla. Best man was William Bourne, Algona, and the groomsman was Herbert Bryant, Jacksonville, Fla. Usher was Samuel Nicholson, Durham, N. Soloist was Corrine Shimel and organist was Mrs. Vernon Jensen. A reception was held at the Algona Country club following the ceremony. Barbara Percival had the guest book. The Frederick Kuehls, Millard, Neb., served punch and Mrs. Fred Vltt, Boone, poured coffee. Serving ice cream was Mrs. Kenneth Percival, Spirit Lake. Cutting the bride's cake was Mrs. Herman Karloff,. and the groom's cake was Linda Percival. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of Algona high. The bride is a graduate of the State University at Iowa City and was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Ensign Percival is a graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. and is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honorary fraternity. They will be at Philadelphia for 13 weeks while Ensign Percival takes additional training, and then will be stationed at Newport, R. i. (Poundstone Studio Photo). Debra of Laurens. Other guests have been Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Trimble and Walter Richardson of San Diego, Calif. MR. AND MRS. Bob Tolsdorf of New Haven were at Jefferson last week Thursday to attend the funeral services for Bob's father, Rudolph Tolsdorf, who died of a stroke. They left the children, Mike, Tony and Mary Ann, here with the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg. MRS. MILTON DAHL was visited over the July 4th weekend by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family of Pella. They also spent some time with Merle's mother, Mrs. Harold Hobson. DR. AND MRS. Lyle Ellis who arg spending the summer here with the latter's sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas were recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Nelson of Shreveport, La. Segrid Ai CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS PER YEAR Compounded Seml-Annuolly (Mrs. Kohlhaas) and Yarda(Mrs. Ellis) were Nelson girls and Wilfred )s a relative. MRS. KATHRYN MAHONEY has recently had as guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wler, Pat, Cathy, Jean and Patricia, of Minneapolis, Minn. MRS. MARY NELSON, sister of Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney has entered the Sessions Rest Home at Humboldt. She chose that home because It Is near relatives. MR, AND MRS. Oliver Mathson had as last weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mathson and Don Clason of Minneapolis, Minn. MRS. TILLIE STEINMAN has her son, Willie, home from Ft. Lewis, Wash., on a sixteen-day leave. MRS. AMY JOHNSON has a grandson, P/C Kenneth Elman, Montgomery, Minn., who is in service and Is home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elam , for a two weeks leave. MR. AND MRS. John Sires, Sr. have as guests their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and children, and Jeanle Sires of Chicago. MR. AND MRS. Claude Ruark had as Fourth of July guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edgerton of Woodburn, who left Tuesday morning for Rice Lake, Wise. MRS. HAZEL LUSBY and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns are being visited by Marguerite Dalziel, Corona Del Mar, Calif. She is a daughter of Mrs. Lusby and sister of Mrs. Hutchins. She came Saturday and will be here two weeks. HAROLD HUTCHINS has not been well of late and IB at St. Ann hospital for a while. MR. AND MRS. Russell Frazee of Spencer have purchased the home of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. The Frazees have purchased the Johnson House. MR. AND MRS. Cecil McGinnis were visited over the July 4th weekend by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. McGinnis of Hawthorne, Nev. JANET BRAUN, student at Professional Business Institute, Minneapolis, Minn., spent the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Braun and family. i 'CLEARANCE* fnfire Slock 01 Spring And ) J ) ) Summer Suits arid DRESSES! $ THE HOTTEST VALUES IN TOWN SAVE OR MORE Entire Stock SPRING SUITS Includes "Butte Knit" and "Betty Rose" Sizes 12 to 20 - On Our Main Floor > ) > • j • j ) ) > > ) j ) ) ) ) > ) > j j j j i > > i > > > > ) j i > ) ) j Entire Stock Of SPRING and SUMMER DRESSES To $19.98 Values SALE PRICE $12.88 To $17.98 Values SALE PRICE $10.88 To $15.98 Values SALE PRICE $9.88 To $12.98 Values SALE PRICE $7.88 To $10.98 Values SALE PRICE $6.88 (On Our Main Floor) WOOL SPRING COATS tt PRICE "Betty Rose" and "Jo Moor" (On Our Main Floor) RAIN COATS Special Group With Values to $18.98 SALE PRICE $ 8.88 NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT icoqe Where Old-World Innkeeping Hospitality is Revived l-.\er> thing >ou c\cr imagined. l-:\cr>thing >ou expect is provided for >our complete enjoyment and comfort at ilie NI-AV Ih.iti |.ods:o - Urge Oecorutor-Debiuned I.UMII-) Rooms. 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