The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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MRS. ROSE WESTLING is making her home at the Grotte Rest Home. EARL L1ERLEY, general manager and vice president of Universal Mfg. Co. of Algona, left Sunday for Omaha to attend the annual meeting of directors and stockholders of the company on Monday. Mr. Lierley is also a director of Universal. PAUL HALVERSON has been hospitalized and is now home recuperating from a virus. He is an employee of the Upper Des Moines Pub, Co. DR. L. R. POTTER, chairman of the March of Dimes for Kossuth county, announces that a meeting is to be held Friday, Oct. 19, at 8 p. m. at Van's Cafe to which all interested persons are invited. Plans for the annual March of Dimes campaign will be talked over at the meeting. JOHN SIRES, SR. returned from Iowa.City where he had expected to have surgery at University hospital. It was thought inadvisable and other measures have been taken for bis comfort. MRS. KATHRYN MAHONEY recently spent some time at Washington, la. with her son-in- law awl daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W;: D. Storck and family, and while there ferried to locations across the river. The Storcks made a return visit last week and>. also spent some time with, other relatives and friends. £ GAYLE PHILLIPS, sophomore student at Grinnell College/spent a recent weekend here, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips. MR. AND MRS. Richard Lukes have returned from a vacation trip to the New England states. Enroute they visited the latter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beadell in Chicago and also Niagara Falls, Canada. The foliage color in Vermont was at if s peak and worth a trip just to see it, the Algona folks report. AMONG NUMEROUS local persons attending the Iowa-Minnesota game in Minneapolis last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheakley, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Read and Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Nash. They also took in the-Vikings-Los Angeles Rams game on Sunday. JOHN GROTTE is a patient at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, where he underwent emergency surgery a week ago Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland drove the Grottes to Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Grotte remained there for two days. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grotte, Whittier, Calif, arrived by plane Tuesday to be with his parents. MRS. LAWRENCE HUTZELL was called to Earlbam last week as her aged father, Alfred Standing, suffered another stroke. MR. AND MRS. M, H, Hons- brucb went to Minneapolis Thursday and saw. the Minnesota-Iowa football game. V MR. AND MRS. Dick Post left Friday for Minneapolis and attended the Minnesota-Iowa football game, ADAM REEFER, who has not been well for sometime, suffered a dizzy spell a few weeks ago, fell and broke his hip. He was taken to University hospital, Iowa City, where a plate was used to hold the bones hi place. He has returned from the hospital and is encouraged to get out of bed daily, but not bear his weight on the injured side fpr awhile. KATHLEEN GRIFFIN, who teaches at Garner, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mel Griffin. MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell had as guests last Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester, Earlham. •Algona, (la.) Upper Des Metnm TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 1966 MR. AND MRS. John Gisch were visited last week by their son-in-law and daughter, Rosemary and son Dominic, Amee, and with them went to Bancroft to visit Mrs. Gisch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mescher. ALGOMA ENDS TUESDAY IMPORTANT! NO ONE UNDER 18 I WILL BE ADMITTED UNLESS j ACCOMPANIED BY HIS PARENT WED. Thru SAT. OCT. 19 - 20 - 21 - 22 ALGONA SEVEN again...MAGNIFICENTagain! Hunted by the Liw... Htted by fie Ltwless! BURTON) MST UHMMTS PKOOU OF CDWAMO AIMFS qfthe Seven WODLF? M I - -• . * • « %£•-. •„>!' ,'J Robert ftiller __ _ JULIAN MATER • wn OMB • MEU root • CUK MB • tuu ma • JORDAN SfSlOPHER New! Easy-to-move! RCA Victor Mobile 19"CoJorTV! Another First From The Color TV Leader: RECTANCUU* Chaumont (GH-596)—French Provincial castcrnd 19" : compact consoletle Never before such convenience and mobility in Color TV Consoles plus "color so real you'll think you are there!" Three beautiful cabinet styles glide on easy-rolling casters. You'll find it easy to view all the new models in RCA Victor's lineup of slim 19" color TV's.. .from compact table models to elegant consolettes. Every one comes with RCA's solid copper circuits for Space Age dependability. Order your RCA Victor 19" color TV now! TOM'S Radio & TV 215 E. Stole 9*5.3260 Algona

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