The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1966
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MIKE, SON of Mr. and Mrs. James Potter of Nevada, and grandson of the Dr. Potters and Dr. Easons, is in the Mary Free Bed Children's Amputee Center, Grand Rapids, Mich. Mike was born with a leg malformation and has awaited the age doctors thought permissable for corrective surgery. THE UNITED Presbyterian Women are soliciting games in good condition, or new, to be sent to a mission station in Montana. Group games are the kind wanted. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Hardgrove and Chuck were here over the weekend and were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove. They also spent some time with Mrs. Hardgrove's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, and brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller. Chuck is in the Marines and has been located at San Diego, Calif. He has a leave of 20 days. MR. AND MRS. E. B. Carlson and their niece, Jean Kleve, Humboldt, spent from Saturday till Tuesday last week at Minneapolis with friends. MR. AND MRS. Frank Moulton, Sr. are moving here from Mitchell, S. D., and will occupy an apartment in the Frank, Jr. building on East North street. MR. AND MRS. Everett Hodgin have been here from Alden to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, parents of Mrs. Hodgin. Mrs. Steven fell awhile ago and though suffered no broken bones, was quite sore from the fall and entered St. Ann for awhile. MR. AND MRS. Ed Wolcott and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pittman have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolcott and daughter Debbie of Baltimore, Md. Larry is in the personnel department of the Reserve Federal Bank. MR. AND MRS. Milton Norton spent a recent weekend at Vermillion, S. D. with the former's sister, Eleanor Norton. She was for some time dean of women in the college, but is now retired. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Parsons went to Fenton Nov. 6 and were dinner guests of their son, Richard and wife. The birthday of Mrs. Richard Parsons was being observed. MRS. GERALD HAMILTON, Gail and Ronnie have moved here from Hampton and are living in one of the apartments in the Bjustrom building on East Call street. MR. AND MRS. Paul Palmer were visited last week by their son, Paul, Jr. and wife and Pamela and Kimberly, Forest City. Mr. Palmer is working for the company that manufactures trailers and campers. The family formerly lived at Rogers, Ark. MR. AND MRS. B. J. Bradford and Kay went to Ames last week, called mere by the sudden illness of their son, Bob, a student at the University. He had surgery for appendicitis but made a rapid recovery and is back attending classes. MR. AND MRS. Harold Rom, former Algonans now living at Vail, were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christensen at Mrs. Milton Dahl's Saturday evening. From here the Roths went to RolfeSundayto visit relatives and while here Mrs. Roth came to Good Samaritan Home I to see her brother, Pete Haag. LAST SUNDAY guests at the Marvin Kramer home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ness and family of Sac City. Eveningguestswere Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eischeid. Newbroaghs, Frit* Newbrooghs and Mr. add Mrs. Ben Schmitt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben white, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and Peggy of West Bend spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller. Two Lone Rock ladies entered St. Ann hospital last week, Mrs. Andrew Thomsett and Mrs. Jack Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Kate Schroeder and Art Schroeder went to Sioux City to visit the Henry Schroeder's son, Laverne Schroeder and family. Laverne teaches in North Jr. High there and had some part in that school's planning and designing a postage stamp that celebrated its issuance last week. The stamp is an American flag that says "Soldiers, We Appreciate You." The Schroeders stopped enroute to Sioux City to visit the Christ Wieners at Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dilgard and Bunny Thomas of Forest Lake, Minn., andKermitKrueger of St. Paul were weekend guests at the A. A. Krueger home. The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Dilgard and Kermit Krueger. Mrs. Jess Blanchard spent Thursday through Saturday in Des Moines visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Drown. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore of Altoona Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Doocy and Linda were Sunday dinner guests at the Palmer Jensen home at Bancroft. Atoono, (te.) Upper De« Lone Rock By Mrs. Jesse Blanchard BENEFIT DANCE Y.F.W."- Algona SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 "Bucks For Belmond" All Proceeds Will Go To Belmond Relief Fund MUSIC BY RHYTHM CLUB Sponsored by Pott 2541, Algona V.F.W. IPORTLAND! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett spent Friday at the Andrew Hansons at Swea City, helping to get the corn In. They were Sunday dinner guests In the Donald Glamm home at St. Clair, Minn. ,., T«md«y, He*. •, If** Mr. anil Mrs. Donald Peterson of Fallon, Her. visited a few days in the Mennet Trnnkhill borne, then went to Springfield, Ohio where they visited some of her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Smith of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Christensen of Huntington, Nebr. came for the Wichtendahl-Smith wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, Donald Gary and Karen of Stanley, Wise., were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blanchardi They visited other friends and relatives in the area, including Mrs. Ruth Mueller and family, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller, Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Lone Rock. Other weekend visitors at toe Ed Blanchard home were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Blanchard and family and Kenneth Mueller, Cedar Falls, the Eugene Blanchards and family, Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith and family, Swea City, the Lawrence SAY SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR WORLD PEACE WITH YOUR VOTE FOR QUABLES BAY Peace Independent Candidate For United States Senator • Lead the world in providing the proper atmosphere for a peace conference and negotiations Stop the bombing of North VUt Nam Support tho "Enclavo approach recommended by Gen. Gavin and GOT. Rldgeway, formor chairman ef tho Joint Chiefs of Staff and eommandor of our forces in Koroa Cease fir* under U.N. Supervision Do not vrfthdraw our troops until an International agency can restore order Indicate willingness to negotiate with the actual enemy, the National Liberation Front in the South and Hanoi in the North NORTH IOWA PEACE INDEPENDENTS Favorite Newspaper" Public Auction Of Country Store, Station And Modern Home Having decided to quit business, I will hold a public auction of our personal propert, at the premises located: two miles north of St. Joe or 8 miles south of Algona or 11 miles east of West Bend on Hwy. No. 169, on: Saturday, Nov. 12, 1966 Scrie Time 1:00 P.M. STORE ITEMS AND STATION EQUIPMENT Notional Cash Register Sanitary Meat Slicer Sanitary 24 Ib. Scale Tyler Meat Cooler Schaefer Freezer Large-Size Cooler Victor S-Case Pop Cooler 4 Shelf Display Counter 4 Bar Stools Glove Rack and Gloves Bread Rack Coats Tire Changer Air Compressor, 250 Ibs., like 6 New Tires COSMETIC COUNTER AND LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COSMETICS COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS 1951 CHEVROLET SCHOOL BUS in A-l Shape _ _ TERMS: CASH. No Property Removed Until Serried For. Not Responsible for Accidents. This sale will be sold by the number system, so be there early to register your name and address. _ ____^___^««____ Legal Description: Part of S.W. % of Section 13 Range 94 About 1% acres more or less Description of Property: This is a completely Modern 1^ story 7 room home, with four bedrooms and full bath. The store building is I? x 36' with a double garage 24' x W with overhead doors. Also a tool shed r x 10*. AH buildings have asphalt shingles and in good repair. Terms: 20% down day of sale, Balance due on or before December 31, 1966. December 31, 1966. E. J. "JlggS" KollaSCh, owner Ronald Peck, Aloona; Ly|e Benson, Ringstod - Auctioneers

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