The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 2, 1966
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J, HILS 0?* * rtceat trip fe, Mrt, 4sa& iradsv/rtfc 4 Mr*. KISS, CEUA Dwl feas larf t*f gjftw* Hri . Pad Mr*. t*t A^r{j <ang$ Kit, ? .r*j Cs/r »tr> s ffesi O Mr*. Mr*, Lr/r*iJ, Arritdr*, *V, weal !/> Brazil, !»5 to i« sister, Mr*. Pssfl P*ri±&s, ••if/ it t'j &JT*. Mr*. Pvtter. %^xi*&<mm£mkiiHut'iiHffi>it- -•. - A HOST OF DPAKE acd f teadei NO RICH UNCLE? drtkt Then tap your open-end mortgage here for extra cash.. — HIM uonanMRjt. too. Right here wh*n you )t No fuM, refinancing or dtlay*. B«cau»> yr/u've built up your equity to • re«*on*bl« y<iu faui u«« up to 160% '/f that nv/o«y «A a «»<•>/ crerjit aou/cc! Help pay college curU. . , Mr*-/ «r>*rg«ncy or medical exjxm*?* . . , rrpatr- r«im<xiel An op«n-«rwi roortKiigr from u* is M «'x>J MI * rteb Uncle- any day. (Maybe better!) Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. O I'M A&wnft M»y Iwwwd T. $13,000 "Save From The 15th — Earn From The lit SINCE 1917 — ALOONA, IOWA All HavirigK Accountu injured up to $15,000 by the Federal i and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D, C. you don't need them... with an electric clothes dryer No more clothes pins ... let Junior use that old clothes line to play cowboy . , . when you own an electric clothes dryer! You save hours of drudgery , . . end lifting, carrying, hanging clothes . . . your laundry comes from your electric dryer fluffier . . . softer. And all for fewer pennies for a week's wash that it once cost you for a package of old-fashioned clothes pins. See your dealer today and start using a modern electric clothes dryer nowl Algona Municipal Utilities for D 17 to U. Alterj^a? from teer* »«sr* Mr. aaJ Mr*. !//» Sit- Mr. iM Mrs, Ci»sUr Mr, i,vl Mrs. St**.Ti4ui C-xA, Mr. a/*i Mrs. H*r>; H«<J- laol, *aj Mr. ar/S Mrs. KJrk Hayes. Al«o ittendift; w^r* Mr. awJ Mrs. G«»5 H.-rtrJiifis a/*4 Mr. a»3 Mrs. R»s« Waller ar/J srxis. MR. A.'.T» MRS. Carroll PrX- Ur hi^rj ig grists Snsrtzy, Mr. a»1 Mrs. F/**rt Pwell of Ft. D'/4?e, Dr. a/rf Mrs. Ray Pvt- ter, Mr. a/^J Mrs. K«nr.%th P-X- ter, Mrs. SUlla Vipor/j, i/i honor of YAtoo.Tii* EllsvorVi uA Mr. ar/3 Mrs. Don Ellsworth of St. Psujl, MiM. vA Don EUs-*'orthof AlLuita. MR. AM) MRS. Fra/J: Prais- rna/i are stayln? it tti% Hugh Blade farm vlth l//jis*, Jimmy arid Carolyn •vhilft Mr. Blade, a^oompanJed fyyEarl Zei^ler, arrf Howard Forsbcrg are moose h«n- tlng In northern Canada, They will be gone about tea days and arc using Mr. Black's camper. MRS. EMMA Smith had as callers Monday Mrs. Elmer Metier, Lotte Creek, and Mrs. Clarence Thilges, Fentoo. MR. AM) MRS. Dick Meyer spent Sunday at Minneapolis vlth their son, Rev. Ben Meyer and family, and their daughter, Joy, who for the past four months has attended business college in the city. MR. AND MRS, Harry Barton and Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Metzger Jr, were at Bancroft Sunday to attend the first holy communion of Susan Hauptrnan, daughter of Bernard Hauptrnan. Susan is a niece of Mrs, Barton. MR, AND MRS. James Merryman and Steve attended Parents Weekend at Mount Vernon where their son Dan is a student at Cornell College. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby will be attending the seventeenth annual American Nursing Home Association Convention at St. Louis, Mo. MRS. ETHEL potter bad is guests at dinner Sunday her sister Nellie Campbell, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baas, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chapman, Fort Dodge, Mr. awl Mrs. Mllo Rentz, Mr. art Mrs. Don Miller, Sioux Falls, and Mrs. Celia Deal. MR. A.VD MRS. Marc Moore *ere recently visited a day by the Latter's sisters, Mrs. Max Halpin, Waterloo, and Mrs. Wlima Wenger who teaches in the Britt school. MRS. MILTON Dahl spent a day last week at Rowan with her brother and sistpr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dau L ' ley. MRS. N . Worrell and her sister, Mij. Viola Wagner, Rutn- ven, spent 0" weekend at fowa City wi Mrs. Morrall's grandson, Robert Le Vier and family. He Is a student at the University. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson went to Amboy, Minn. Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garmer Ewen. The couples also drove to Mankato. GENE LOCKWOOD, Lone Rock, was honored on his birthday, at a supper at Lake Alers, Fairmont, Minn. Those in attendance were: Donna Egland, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Allwin Lockwood, Paula Lockwood, Lone Hock, -and Greg Hatch^and Linda Lockwood, Algona. Swea Auxiliary Has Inspection, District Prexy SWEA - EAGLE - Monday evening, Oct. 17 Mrs. Al Boelkes, Titonka, 10th District President o/ the VFWA, was here to inspect the local organization. Members elected to send $5 to the Christmas hospital, $5 to Radio Free Europe, $5 to the Iowa Cottage Christmas fund, $27 to the Health and Happiness fund, and $2. to the hospital fund. The Auxiliary also sends $5 every month to the cancer fund. President, Mrs. Bruce Graham extends a thank you to all who donated items for the ditty bags for the boys in Viet Nam, and to those who helped make them. Twenty of these bags were made and filled at a special meeting, to help the Red Cross in this very worthy project. Also, Treasurer Mrs. Kenneth Brones reports there are only two (2) memberships from being 100% paid up for the year 1967. Gross Buddy Poppy receipts were $81.81 this year. - o- HOMEMAKERS MET Swea-Harrison Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Ruth Carlson Oct. 18 with Mrs. Christine Swanson assistant hostess. Florence Peterson had devotions. Five members presented a skit "Get out to vote". Tentative plans are for Swea-Harrison and Eagle Homemakers to meet as a combined group for the November meeting at the home of Mrs. James Rock. Business of the Swea Harrison group included plans to send a donation to the Retarded School at Algona at the December meeting. Mrs. Elvin Swanson gave the lesson on foundation garments. They were also re minded of the Hobby Show to be held in Algona, Nov. 4. at the VFW hall. Election of officers were held recently, with Mrs. Allen Wille elected president, Mrs. Laurel Peterson, vice-chairman, and Mrs. James Preston, sec.-treas. Members are asked to bring ideas for making Christmas gifts to the November meeting. - o Mrs. Emil Larson called at the Estherville hospital Thursday and visited Mrs. E. E. MBS. HILDA OroevaU Uk«a to S€h»eaj»Uj Ltstweefcfy fetr scs-is-la* i&i&aefiter, Mr. *srj Mrs. Keith Ecnlsry, aad «* ®*< tber* ty h«t *oo, Robert aad vile. Sbe took i piaae from Misn«apoiis to Saa Df«?o vfeere sJy» •*>!] gpeari CM -rioter *id b«r soo-la-U-ar and daa^fcter Mr. and Mrs. G*or?» Sijlts tai rill aJso visit ber son, Jtrrraadvife it Fullertoa. Tills is tfes t-««o- tteth c/xisecsiiTe year she his gooe to California. Durtag faer absence till spriag, her apart- m«:t -*1U be oecoplsd by Mr. aftd Mrs, Pat Gocrfirixi ax is the seters years. Mrs. * ulus Gi*s aaJ Mr*. waUaas Wufes, jil patieats ii*n? rt Sal Use. WSCS BBCt *3T. 2 at fee M*g»- 4UJ e&arefc- Mrs. Fras* Dcotjs tad Mrs, AWs Ricfeailsos, ji. Sad irrctke* aad &« p roerao. Hoste*ses Till be Me**. Otto Plssle, *. B. Shiffet, Bart Pat- terses, Ricfeari Herrit, Merria Jofcasoo, Cliflori Van Berfcic, Res 5ac«%ai, DidtSdaitt SjlTMter Bartei*. Her filece, PSyflis Hell Urer, vac as orer&ig&t ?iest at OK Floyd Moc£cotQ«ry booe. Mr*. Tffiie SmiSi, tf fbe Mrs. Alfred Aaa»rscB cad Robert of Maasns •»»« TSarscitj <Esaer pwste at t&e Fraacis Toria? feosse. Tber Tsrs free. of Mr. Aadersas's fcroBjer, Oscar Asdersoo, S2, MiiE»apaiis. Frascis Tsiiae has be«a sakiai freqoeai trips to Buffalo Cester to risit !iis fattier, Perry T&riae, Baacroft, Tbo •»as a medieal pa!iesst tbere fe>r a »*«k. Be retaraed borne Sat- sr^iay. Sataria? er«»^iag 59? sis at &e Ormal Gtdaa IWOK vere the La- Terae Ltrsons. Mr. tad Mrs. Art W. Lar*» eotertaiaed the Paul Wtecamanns sad tb* /ua Walicdimidts, Ann- stroag, Satarday erening for (fee Mr&da? of Mr. Ltrgou, a»fa.7 visitors at the home of Mrs, Giadys Haacoe and Mrs. Fndda Barfer, fte William Gte» aad familr, Falrmoo*, and Eldon Ltefcs. Mrs. Martioa Peters is here aad ptaas to stay at the borne of ber daagbter aad family, the Lavreace Haasoos for the next t»o years. The Flr« Department wa* called to th« ftrm of Gordon Garrison afoottt 8:30Saturday treninf to do«M a fire te a combine (A a bean field, Mr, Garrison and a neighbor, Jim Smith, tried ttrowfflg dirt on It to DO atail. Damage was mostly to ttw wiring. R«v, and Mr«, 8. Hammer of ttamboidt we« orfcrnifht fvests at Uw home of tfeeir dit^ the Darrel Bishop*, Bandar. Mrs, Harold Carraad Mrs. Glen Burt were among other guests at the home of Mrs, Margaret Strtemer at Armstrong. Your Support and Vote Will Be Appreciated RE-ELECT CLARA WALKER Democratic Candidate For KOSSUTH COUNTY RECORDER Qualified By Experience To Serve You Weil THANK YOU FOR YOUR PREVIOUS LOYAL SUPPORT (Paid Political Adv.) (83-84-85) RE-ELECT ROSELLA VOIGT DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TREASURER QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE ,-* Your Support Will Be Appreciated (Paid Politicat Adv.) (83-84-85) \m BUDGET PRICED AT 2 FOR SUE 7.50-14 Plut 90j p»r pi/r Fed. txc/M tax, safos tox and 2 tndt-ln tin* of fame sfzt off your car. WHITEWALLS or BLACKBALLS POWERFUL SEARCHLIGHT BEAM •4-way waterproof push button switch • Unbreakable plastic case" » Two-tone * Batteries extra Limit two per customer jdltional lanterns $1.95 •*. IT .FLOATS 6-Q-7*?. Each. Olir retr6adS are SO Our retread*, Identified by madalllpn and shop mark, carry . ' .. , lUATinmuifine this F y, u LIFETIME GUARANTEE again* defect* mwom. „, outstanding that NATIONWIDE SSte'ff.^ ff they are guaranteed GUARANTEE 2^^^^ ' ... . ** Uf^nrllH I «• C d*Pth waarand basodon Firestoneadjustmant price which 1>« Ilka DOW tires mayor may not be the same a* original purchase price of ^ III\«J MOW illOD replaced tire or actual currant tailing prlca of replacement. Prletd 01 ihown at Firestone Stores; competitively priced at Fireitpne Dealer* and at all service italipniTdUpTeyl^^^ FRONT FLOOR MAT $i Joe Bradley! Each! Firestone DOOR-TO-DOOR • Heavy duty molded rubber »Fits most curs full contour * Black, white, red, blue, green Limit 2 per customer Additional $2,50 ««, South of Algorxi HpttI Phont 295-2421, Algona

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