The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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10-Alge>no, (la.) Upper Dei Mofn«t thur*day, O«c. !5, 1966 Linda Dodds 'Cut The Cake Linda Dodds, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm,Dodds of Union twp., cuts the cakel The Algona girl is assisted by James E. Marler,. President of Standard Brands Sales Company. They are celebrating Standard Brands' 15th year of participation in 4-H at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago, where 4-H Club Congress was held. The company sponsors the Bread Program and Linda entered her record book in state competition and won her trip to Chicago for being state winner in the Program. She is a member of the Union Alethian 4-H Club. She now attends college at Ottumwa Heights. Annual C. C. Banquet The date has been set for the Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet. It will be held on Tuesday evening January 24, 1967. Clayton Rogers, Ph, D., outstanding humorist of the American dinner circuit will be the speaker. The Barbershoppers Chorus will sing. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns will be honored on their 25 wedding anniversary with an open house at their home at 201 So. Heckart street, Algona, Sunday, Dec. 18, from 2 to 5 p.m. Their sons and daughters will be hosts. No invitations have been sent, but all friends and relatives are invited. Viet Nam Vet Talks, Garrigan WESLEY - Captain Tom Forburger spoke to two history classes at Garrigan High School Tuesday afternoon. He had recently returned from a year's service in Viet Nam. Following his seven-week's leave, he and his family will leave Dec. 28 for Colorado Springs, Colo, where he will be at Headquarters Army Air Defense Command. Dinner guests Thursday in the Lawrence Baylor home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiland of Birtt, Rose Smith of Wesley, Blanche Wilson, Brltt, and N. Robinson, A good watch doesn't have to cost more than Caravelle. North Platte, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aitcheson plan to leave via the train for Healdsburg, Calif, to spend some time with their son Duane, and with their daughter and family, the John Norths. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmmel of Blue Earth, Minn., called on Mrs. Mae Garman and John one day last week. The Neighborhood Club women entertained their husbands at a turkey dinner party at Al's Lounge Thursday evening. They had a gift exchange and an evening's entertainment. A pre-nuptial event honoring Fran Richtsmeier of Wayzata, Minn., was held at her parental A. N. Richtsmeier home near Wesley. She will become the bride of Stanley Engstrom of Watertown, Minn, on Dec. 30. She is a teacher in the Wayzata school system and he is employed in the home office of Super-Valu Stores at Hopkins, Minn. The Ralph Weirs were Dec. 4 guests in the A. J. Weir home in Graettinger. The men are CARAVELLE from$10.95 Each Caravelle has a finely machined, jeweled-lever is individually tested. There are many styles for both movement that's shock^resistant. Bulova didn't stop men and women. So don't spend a fortune on an expen- there. Caravelle Is anti-magnetic and has an unbreak- sive watch. Get the good one from Caravelle. From able mainspring, too. And each Waterproof* Caravelle $10.95. CARAVELLE division of Bulova. OPEN EVERY NITE UNTIL CHRISTMAS EXCEPT SATURDAYS. WILTGEN JEWELERS 11OE, STATE •Whtn MM. crown «nd crytttl *r« Intict. ALGONA brothers. Bill Koppen took his mother, Mrs. Lawrence Koppen to Rochester Dec. 6 where she had a check-up at a hospital. Louisa Hauptly accompanied them. Mrs. Clalr Robinson received word Friday of the death of her sister, Mrs. Mae Jenkins, 66, of Lake Crystal, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson accompanied her brother Kenneth Brayton and wife of Algona to the funeral, which was held Monday In the Baptist church. Mrs. Jenkins died of a heart attack shortly after surgery. Circle 1 of the Methodist women will meet at the church, Dec. 17, with D'Loras Price and Clara Price as hostesses. Circle 2 will meet with Pern Paulson, Dec. IS. The night circle will meet with Mrs. Geo. Casper. Bernard Erdman of Cedar Rapids visited his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman and his sister and family, the Chas. Vestrems, one day last week. The W.S.M.S. met In the Methodist church Dec. 7 for their Christmas party. Delores Madsen, Beverly Ostercamp and Gladys Detmerlng were hostesses. Pern Paulson was In charge of the program. The American Legion Auxiliary held its Christmas party Wednesday evening In the Legion hall. A pot-luck luncheon was served at 7 o'clock followed by bingo and a gift exchange. Eileen Johnson, Rita Youngwirth and Patty Doughan were on the decorating and entertainment committee. Rita Rlcke, Clara Hauptman and Marjorle Goete were on the kitchen committee. The Jan. 4 meeting will be at the Jo Meurer home. Mrs. Mary Forburger entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Bernie Hamilton was high scorer. The Prairie Neighbors Homemakers Club enjoyed a Christmas party at Al's Lounge Tuesday, Dec. 6. Following the turkey dinner, 500 was played. Mrs. Viola Studer was a guest at the card session. Mrs. Hazel Studer won the travel prize. Guests at the George Seaberg home for a family dinner, Nov. 27, were David Seabergs, Burlington; Philip Seabergs, Madl- ion, Wise.; and the Dwight Sea- bergs. A Christmas planning committee was held at the home of Mrs. Geo. Seaberg, Dec. 1, to plan for the Wesley Township Homemakers Christmas dinner and party, which was held at Opal Nygaards Dec. 12 at 12:30 p. m. Weekend guests in the A. N. Richtsmeier home were the Bob Richtsmeiers, Lincoln, Nebr.,; D. V. Richtsmeiers, Pamela and Janel, Minneapolis ; Fran Richtsmeier , Wayzata, Minn.; Stan Engstrom, Watertown, Minn.; and Mrs. Paul Schmidt, Kathy and Steve of Churdan. Mrs. Michael Bauer and Christopher of North Platte, Nebr., are visiting in the parental A. N. Richtsmeier home. Mr. Bauer, a teacher in the parochial high school in North Platte, will come tor the holidays. GET FAST REfltfLT| HEADQUARTERS FOR Hallmark Cards "if you care enough to send the very best" HOYT HARDWARE & ELECTRIC BODE, IOWA r SALE OF FREIGHT DAMAGED MERCHANDISE Now is your chance to buy a quality stereo, radio or sewing machine at unheard-of-prices - at the NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO., in Algona. Merchandise shipped from a dealer in Red Oak, Iowa, was damaged while in freight due to improper packing. Many pieces have been repaired to like- new condition, but some cabinets are damaged quite a bit. AH of this merchandise is fully guaranteed except a few cabinets, which must be sold as is. X i Beautiful Grundig Mandelle model as pictured is regularly sold for $399. YOURS FOR ONLY 5 280°° The Masterpiece shown above is a stereo and FM - AM radio* Lid is at the top. NOW ONLY $ 12QOQ Shown here is a Grundig model 680. Damage was repaired quite well. This luxurious model will grace any home with its beauty and tone quality. This 680 set has everything! FREIGHT DAMAGED MERCHANDISE FROM FACTORIES ON WHICH CLAIMS ARE PAID OR ARE IN THE PROCESS OF BEING PAID. Stereo complete with AM - FM and shortwave radio. Regularly sells for $299.00. Cabinet repaired and sold as is. ONLY $17900 Stereo in small console with AM - FM and shortwave radio. ONLY $99.00 Sewing Machine cabinet model 302. Regularly $69. ONLY $29.00 Sewing Machine cabinet model 301. Regularly $79. ONLY $40 00 Sewing Machine — New Home automatic model. ONLY $99.00 Grundig Locarno model has AM FM - Shortwave radio. Black WaU nut cabinet from Germany of the finest quality. Listed at $349.00 ONLY $ 22500 WE HAVE MANY OTHER STEREOS, RADIOS AND SEWING MACHINES ON SPECIAL SALE PRICES. STOP IN AND SEE US TODAY, WHILE THE SELECTION IS LARGE I NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. 310 E. State Algona, la. Phone 295-3634

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