, 1HS Auxiliary at Ottoscn sends hospital gifts Oftesen — Tlie Legion Auxiliary mot Monday night with Mrs. Donald Cooper, with eight present. The results of their winter's projects were packed. There were 76 Ibs. of carpet rags sent to Marshalltown, 25 chair pads valued at $25 were sent to Cherokee, and 35 pairs of bed shoes valued at $72 and 52 bibs valued at $52 were sent to DOS Moines. The unit received a Certificate of Merit. They also received a National Citation for meritorious service for membership for 1965. A dollar birthday gift was sent, to a 5 * I ! I boy, David Wilcox. Tlicy received a request to wtite congressman to become a member of the National Legislative I Club. The May meeting has been changed to Wednesday evening, May 12 and will be held at Mrs. Antonc Spcich's, I with Mrs. Jacob Ryg. co-hostess. I Each member will bring a guest. Mrs. I, E. Movick entered Lutheran hospital MonriVy as a medical patient. Sunday guests at Oscar Oppc- jdahl's prior to their 25th wcd- | ding were the .lens Bjcrgos, ! DCS Moines, Ronald Wilimerts, j Frost, Minn.. Olvin Matigs, Ac 1 and Mrs. Peter Oppcdahls and 'Suzanne Oppcdahl. Also guests were the Knut Oppcdahls. Wil- Imerts, DcVcre Newtons, How' ard Holllcksons, Howard : Thompsons, Olvin Hangs. Suz- I anne Oppcdahl and the Ernest Enocksons, llumboldt. A c Pc- tcr Oppedahl showed slides of j the family, and service pictures from the Philippines. SEE the latest TV and STEREO in our booth at the Algona Home Show Color TV Special Around Algona byONlETADlDRIKSEN Phone 295-2AOS Mr, and Mr*. Anton Didriksen were Raster weekend guests at the home of their son Roger in Dos Moines. Guests on Easter Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Reding were her brother,-- Chas. Steil, their niece, Vicki Steil who returned to Ames on Tuesday. and their daughters' " families: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davies and daughters, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rickcrs and little son, Worthington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel left yesterday to drive to Houston, Tex., to visit their daughter Marjoric's family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pickford and their four children. They will be back a week from today. NEW LONDON FF 400M — Color Curtis-Mathes TV .1 • AS PICTURED • REG. $449.95 HOME SHOW SPECIAL" 399.95 WITH TRADE THIS IS THE GRAND DOOR PRIZE of the HOME SHOW i i The beautiful CURTIS-MATHES stereo pictured above is the grand door prize of the entire Home Show, Register for it at the door and see it on display. This is just one of many Curtis-Mathes Stereo and TV sets we will have on display. See Bob Henderson or Gene Faulstich at our booth a.t the Home Show this weekend. ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Algpna Diagonal Street Iowa Watch for Grand Opening of OUR BIG, NEW SHOWROOM vw Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh who wore vacationing at Tucson, Ariz., wore called home for the funeral of the lattcr's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Haggard-Moore, held on Tuesday of last week. They flew from Arizona leaving their car at Tucson and returned there by plane a M'eek ago today. They will drive home next week planning to arrive about May 1. Charles Steil was released from St. Ann last Thursday where he received treatment for a broken ankle. He went to the home of his sister, Mrs. Louis Reding, and is remaining there till he can get around a bit better on crutches. Mrs. Charles Patterson drove to Chicago Heights on Friday to spend the Easter weekend at the home of her son Wendell. Then, early this week, she and her daughter-in-law, drove to New Jersey where they are visiting at the home of another son, Dr. Gardner Patterson, at Princeton, and .while there plan to see something of the World's Fair recently re-opened in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongberg are observing - their 62nd wedding anniversary today, in a very quiet fashion. They have lived in Algona for 61 years of their married life and celebrated their golden wedding twelve Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lynk and Sharlene, the younger of their two daughters, were guests from the previous Saturday to Wednesday of last week at the parental Lewis Lynk home, Kenneth's first visit to. Algona in four years. On Monday they all went to Iowa Falls to visit Lewis's brother, Lester Lynk and left very early on Wednesday for their home at Kirkland, Wash., where Ken is supervisor at a Boeing Air Craft Plant, across the lake from Seattle. The Algona Federated Worn- man's Club met Monday morning for a nine o'clock Coffee at the home of Mrs. Perry Collins who was assisted by Clara Amesbury. The monthly program, given by Mrs. Arthur Jnckman, was on Religious Education. Wis., then brought Martin, the second grandson, home with (hem for a weeR with his grandparents. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney came home from Chicago Saturday by train to Fort Dodge. She had been in the city for ten days, called there for the funeral of a sistcr-in-Iaw, Margaret Ferrigan. She remained to visit at the home of a niece, Mrs. Al Faulkner, with her sislcr-in-law, Mrs. Dora Fcrrigan, with her son Russ Mahoney, and with many other relatives and old friends. After arrival home she received phone calls on Sunday from her son Jim and daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Weir's families in Minneapolis to assure her of their safety from flood damage. Mr. and Mrs. Lories Crawford came Thursday from Minneapolis and remained till Tuesday at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Ed Wilkins, also visiting Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf, and other relatives in this area. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Monlux, Saratoga, Calif., will arrive in Algona tomorrow, having driven from the West Coast and then will go to Ames Saturday accompanied by the mother, Mrs. D. D. Monlux. She and her daughter-in-law will remain there for a week with Dr. and Mrs. William Monlux while Dr. Robert will fly to Chicago for the convention of American Medical Association. On his return, he, with his wife and mother will drive to Longmont, Colo., for a brief visit with relatives. If the elder Mrs. Monlux does not tire too easily on the trip she will continue with them by car, otherwise she will fly from Denver to California to make a rather extended visit at Saratoga. Easter weekend guests at the Glenn Seger home were their daughters, Ann and the Larry Leaneaghs, Ames and Roger Wright of Waverly. Mesdames Fred Bartholomew, E. W. Lusby and L. C. Hanson arrived home Wednesday of last week from California where ^ach^had ..,vjsit§d^ajjpus rela-; lives' after drivin g" out "together two months earlier. Mrs. Ed Wilkins, who accompanied them, flew back some weeks ago. Among former Algonans visited was Mrs. Edna Stebbins, of Pomona, with whom Mrs. Bartholomew, Mrs. Wilkins, and the Roy Crawfords of Fullerton spent a day, also calling at the Melvifi Hettdfifson home ift Opland. They visited Disneyland nnd took the launch trip to Catalina tstfind while vistihg cousins in Costa Mesa. Mrs. Hanson spent several days with Mrs. Mary Pratt at Lofig Beach where Mrs. Bartholomew was also a dinner guest. They found Mrs. Pratt getting about with a cane but doing veiry well in her first floor apartment. Mrs. Hanson also spent four weeks at Leisure World, with a niece and quite fell in love with that older citizens' project. Tut- tics, of Pomona Were contacted by phone just as they were leaving for Torrance to visit their son Richard's family. Enroute back, the three women left California in pouring rain and had much rain all the way home. At Roswell, N. Mex., Mrs. Bartholomew spent a flight with the Don Clapsaddies, who are expected in Algofla next week. Don has retired from the Army Air Force after 23 years of service. They also visited Mrs. Emilitle Parisi, in Hollywood, a sister of Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, and on the way out saw Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richafds, formerly of Algoha and Spencer, now living in Mesa, Ariz. Mrs, Henry Furst entered Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Tuesday of last week and had major surgery on Friday. Mr. end Mrs. Fred Pannkuk drove home Monday morning from Minneapolis where they HOME SHOW Blue Ribbon APPLIANCE SALE 10 BIG DAYS APRIL 22 THROUGH MAY 3 Register At Our Home Show Booth • 1st PRIZE — CORONADO VACUUM CLEANER • 25 OTHER AWARDS OF $10 TO BE USED ON PURCHASE OF ANY BLUE RIBBON APPLIANCE DURING THIS SALE FIRST PAYMENT CAN BE DELAYED UNTIL JUNE ON ALL NEW ACCOUNTS, UP TO 60 MONTHS TO PAY. Check Booth At Home Show And Also Big Display In Store The Friendly Store. liad spent Easter at the home of their son Arlp's family afid helped celebrate the ?thbirth- day of Mark, the oldest ef the four grandchildren thefe. Because of high water in the Minnesota River valley they went up via New tllm, Winthrop, and into Minneapolis from the West. While there they drove about to see some .of the serious flood damage. Monday they came home on No. 13, the only avail* able bridge to the south and ctossetl easily though a* long line of cars 'were converging to get into the city via that bridge. They then took No. 65 to Fafi< Dauit afid thence home. Their son Arid flew to Phoenix, Ariz., on Tuesday for a conference meeting of tMVAC and exj*ed> ed'to return to Minneapolis;before the end of the week; You'll See Nothing Like This At Our Home Show Booth... _ — BUT WE WILL DISPLAY . . . • Norge Laundry Appliances • Calorie Gas Ranges • Monogram Space Heaters Plis many other Gas Appliances. I Slop in and see us this weekend ! NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co. Complete LP & Gas Service" 5-2484 ALGONA »»»«***»»+++++»»»•»«»««•••»»+»»»»++»+»»»»»+»»+»»+ Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek of St. Benedict, entertained at a fam- ly dinner on Easter Sunday with the following guests: Pastor and Mrs. G. J. C. Gerike and daughter Carol May; Darwin Leek who was home from Ames with his college roommate Bob 3osley of New Jersey; Sharon Snowies, Pocahontas; the James Bierstedt family, Whittemore; Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich, the James Baker, Lewis Fraser and Eugene Faulstich families, all of Algona. Mr, and Mrs, Maurice Mortenson and son Tpdd came from Mason, City Thursday afternoon and remained till Sunday with Mrs. Mortenson's mother, Mrs. Ann Hanson, who had returned on Wednesday from an extended visit in California. Mary LOM Mawdiley was at home for the Palm Sunday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, and went back to Minneapolis on Tuesday, Apr. 13. She had just returned from New York. There, at Grossengers, in the Catskills, she had represented the Minneapolis Modelling School and Agency in which she works part time, aside from her hospital nutritionist's duties. She also spent some time in New York City as a guest of Dr. Richard Brevetta and his parents. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman spent the Easter weekend with their sou and daughter-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones, and three sons at La Crosse, NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE AND NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER You to See Some of the Newest in Famous Products •-',North Iowa f I W "^ TI North Iowa Roorictor Sowing Maohint Co. Will Show... 1. WORLD Famous Grundjf SttrtO unit*. They are different,^ Yov will enjoy seeing and listening to these fine units — whether ytv if* inttr< ested in buying or not, 2. Newest in Sewing Machine*. 3. Newest in Sewing Machine CABINETS. 4. Newest in Sewing Machine CHAIRS. Register our booth for SEWING MACHINE Appliance Center Will Show,.. 1. WORLD Famous HONDA MOTOR BIKiS, Wt have just been appointed dealers for North Centra! (owa, See them at ovr booth. J, Zenith Color TV- 3, Central Elfctric Self-Cleaning QYIN*. 4. Stnerit ilftctric'i newest REFRIGERATORS.
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