The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 29
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1967
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-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967 mrt. AINU wii:xo. u. i. were recently visited by Mrs. Connolly and Freda Nocol of Spirit Lake who were enrou':e home from Mason City w'lere Audrey LaFoy, also of Spirit Lake, had teen visiting Jean LaFoy at a rest home. MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst went to Rochester, Minn, to see the latter's sister, Mrs. Ethel Woolridge, Mason City, who is recovering from surgery. They also saw Mrs. Ethel Colwell, who is there for medication. Mrs. Edna Mitchell accompanied Mrs. Furst to Humboldt Thursday where they visited with the latter's son, Richard Furst and family. MARVIN EISENBARTH and Mark Beringer have returned to St. John's College at Collegeville, Minn, where both are students. They spent a few days with their respective parents. MRS. KITTY PHILLIPS and Jon Deim spent the weekend at Ames with the latter's mother, Mrs, Irma Lee Deim, who is director at the Y.W.C.A. on campus. MRS. EMMA HAGG has returned from '. visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hagg at San Diego, Calif. They have two children, Sandra and Dale. It will be remembered Perry suffered an attack of polio and was paralyzed in his legs but attended school in a wheel chair and was graduated. He has taken a course in electronics and he and his wife plan to come to Algona in June to visit many relatives here. Mrs. Hagg was accompanied by her daughter, Arlene, Mrs. Wilbert Christensen, Arlyse and Alan, West Concord, Minn. They were gone two weeks and among the persons they saw were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg at Monrovia and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holmes, former residents here. AFTER DEVIOUS ways and means, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland were able to be joined by their son, John, who has been at Scranton, Pa. with the Betchel Refining Petroleum Co. He is joining the Coast Guard and left Jan. 29 and will be in training at Newport, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Oakland had planned to meet him in Chicago and bring home the things he would not wint to take with him to Virginia. Because of the severe snow storm, the Oaklands got as far as Joliet, John reached South Bend, Ind., and finally after the roads were opened, they met and he was home for a short time. MRS. AL AGENA spent an afternoon at Hartley last week visiting her aunt, Mrs. Marie Tennant. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Black had their son Wayne and family of Ft. Dodge as dinner guests Sunday. The son Jack and family, who formerly lived at Ft. Dodge, now live here, having been transferred by the company for which Jack works. A DINNER WILL be held Feb. 5 at Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ^ ^ ^ -^ ^ ^ ^ -^ ^ ^ ^- -^ "• --- -w -v -w » •»- T CHUCK BEHR'S FIRST ANNUAL pache Camping ILER SHOW Friday — Saturday — Sunday February 3, 4 & 5 NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY - ALGONA Hours: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.. Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m. 1o 5 p.m. Sunday. One of several truckloads of 1967 Apache Campers is shown above — being unloaded for the exclusive trailer show this weekend. Many models and styles will be shown* Fantastic savings on 1967 Apache Camping Trailers and Winnebago Travel Trailers. Save up to $300 on your favorite model. Several 1966 models offered below dealer cost I FREE CAMPING MOVIES - REFRESHMENTS DOOR PRIZES - FRESH HAWAIIAN ORCHIDS FOR THE FIRST 100 LADIES EACH DAY 1 I See our campers table featuring tablecloth clamps, egg cartons, pie irons, popocrn poppers, sky hooks, toaster, etc. ONE HECK OF A DEAL - COME ON OUT I ! ! show sponsored by CHUCK BEHR'S TRAILER SALES Terry Ringsdorf Named Exec At Denison S. & L Terry, Ringsdorf, 24, a native of Algona, was recently elected secretary-treasurer of the Denison, Iowa, Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. H« had been office manager. The young ex-Algotian, son of Mrs. Lillian Ringsofrf of Algona, and a brother of Dick RlnRsdorf of Algoni who is cashier of Home Federal Savings & Loan of Algona, has been very active in Dunison life. He is a past president of the Denison JayCees, also. Thilges' in honor of the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Art Thilges. Other guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thilges. MRS. KATHRYN MAHONEY has been visited by har cousin, Paul Kerrigan, who came last Saturday from Chicago. With Mrs. Mahoney, he went to Humboldt to see Mrs. Mary Nelson, 93, and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart. Mrs. Steve Eckhart, Ft. Dodge, who met him when he came from Chicago, did the transporting to Humboldt. He called his sister in Chicago and she said it was still snowing but not so hard. He left for home Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Martin Becker were visited by Arnold Becker of Buffalo Center one day last week. / MR. AND MRS. Glenn Burtis were at Estherville Friday and visited the latter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bergeson. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hansen have been visited by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Mertz, Grand Island, Nebr. MRS. ROY BJUSTROM is making a home for her nephew, Terry- McKean, Tucson, Ariz., who recently came here to complete his schooling. He is a senior at Algona High School. MR. AND MRS. Matthew Streit had as weekend guests their son Charles and his classmates, Patrick McKenna, New York Ctty, and Sol Conti, Los Angeles. All are students at Creighton School of Medicine, Omaha, Nebr. MR. AND MRS. Keith Strayer, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rule, Clear Lake, attended the play, "Death Takes A Holiday" at Mason City High School Saturday night. The play was directed by the Strayer's son, Sheridan, and played to a near-capacity crowd each night. HOSPITAL NEWS JAN. 28 - Charles Glasscock, Algona, medical; Mrs. Shirley Wagner, West Bend, boy, 8 Ibs., 9 oz. JAN. 29-Mrs. JohnCapeslus, Bode, girl, 9 Ibs., 7 oz. JAN. 30 - Mrs. Leou Bilyeu, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 8 oz., Mrs. Albert Ladendort, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 5 oz.; Gordon Moore, Algona, T & A; Anton Tysdal, Eagle Grove, medical; Merle Webster, Algona, fracture; Phyllis Jensen, Algona, medical; Cecelia Snere, Algona, medical; Elizabeth LeConte, Bancroft, medical. JAN. 31 - Brenda Powers, Algona, medical. 400 E. State Algona, la. Detector A new gold detector is exciting prospectors — and customs officals. The X-ray device uses the radioisotope xenon 133 to betray the presence of gold in the ground or hidden in a smuggler's luggage. Ottosen Lady Feted On 97th Birthday OTIOSEN - Mrs. Caroline "Grandma" Telford celebrated her 97th birthday at tha Sunset Manor Rest Home at Rolfe Sunday. Her daughter, Mrs. Ed Von Bank provided the birthday cake. Other residents of the home were coffee guests at the party, along with Mrs. Telford's relatives and friends. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, Lawrence Telford, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and daughters, Mrs. Essie Cooper and Mrs. W. G. Cooper. "Grandma" received many birthday cards. - o - GRANDSON PASSES Russell Gatton, 21-year old grandson of Mrs. Anna Purdy, was buried Thursday beside his father at the Ft. Snelllng cemetery near Minneapolis. He was a victim of leukemia. His father was killed in an auto accident in 1953. Survivors are his mother and step-father, and a brother, Jeffrey, 18. Those who attended from Iowa were Mrs. Purdy, Mrs. Irene Johnson of Lanesboro, Wilbur Johnson of Bode, Lee Johnson of Iowa City, and Bob Winker of Lytton. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cartee and family of Gilmore City were Friday night visitors at the Darrel Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Leona Daniel at Humboldt. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas spent the weekend at the T. N. Rogness home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dyer of Ayrshire were Saturday supper guests at the Ray Pentico home. Other evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffert of Emmptsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson were Wednesday night visitors at the Erling Malmlns and Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace of Gilmore City and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Spelch and Edwin were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Paul Berninghaus home, Ft. Dodge. Albert Claude of Clarion spent the weekend at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson visited at the Howard Klemmo home at New Providence Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. and Mrs. Warren Alderson and daughter Bethany of Bridgewater, S. D., were Monday night guests of Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. LeMont. Denise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson, celebrated her eighth birthday Thursday, Guests at her home after school were Julie Shoeman, Cindy Kunce, Valorie Schafer, Laurie Lauck, Cheryl Struecker, Sherry Thompson, Cheryl Christensen and Lori Lynn Gentry. Roger Wehrspann and his uncle, Walter Hinz of LuVerne, were at Pierre, S. D., from Fri- day until Tuesday ice fishing. Mrs. Hazel Benson, postmaster, presented Richard Kinseth, rural mail carrier, with an eleventh year National Award for safe driving Thursday. These awards are given each year to the carriers who have had no accidents during the year. Keith Strayer, lay pastor of the Presbyterian church, gave his parishioners here an oyster stew dinner following Sunday services. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evanson took his father, Theodore Evanson, to his home at Algona Wednesday from Lutheran hospital where he had been a medical patient They also visited him Friday. Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, was 12 years old Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family of Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Gerald Hoffman and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. Fred Benjamin, at Bradgate Saturday night. Twenty persons enjoyed the pot-luck lunch and 500. Henry Olson of Bradgate was also honored for his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers, Krlstie and Ray attended the wedding of Dorothy Baas of West Bend and Ronald Struthers at West Bend Saturday morning. The Peace Lutheran Ladies Aid of West Bend met Thursday in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Ronald Jergens and Mrs. Frank Jergens. Eachmcnth various work committees will have projects. In February, there will be a bake sale. The Book of Amos Is nearly completed In the group Bible study. These groups hold meetings every two weeks in the homes. New study guide books will be ordered for future study. Mrs. August Dykstra was •welcomed as a new member. Real Estate Transfers Ackerson, Esther & Marvin to J. R. & Ruth Waite 1-11-67' lot 6 blk 10 & S 30' of Sub- div. entitled "Western Town Lot 5 blk 10 Lot Go's 1st Add. to the town of Fenton lot 5 blk 10 being blocks 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12, subdlv. of blk 1 & OL AB &C. Allen, Julia L. & A. W. TO Merchants Nat'l Bk. of Cedar Rapids, Trustee, First Nat'l. Bk. of West Union, Trustee. 1-16-67 N 3/4 E 1/3 SE 1/4 12-99-28 N 1/2 SW 1/4 10-98-28 SW 1/4 3-99-28 W 1/2 NW 1/4 24-99-28 NE 1/4 4-98-28. Anderson, Roy W. & Florence V. to Larry C.Cummings 1-11-67 0. T. lot 13 blk 4; Burt. Benjamin, Mabel G. & Walter G. to Robert Bedell, Walter William, Roger John Benjamin Martha Jane Unke & Mary Louise Bowen 1-16-67 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 32-95-28. Brink, Percy W. & Maud to Percy W. & Maud Brink 1-11-67 SW 1/4 24-95-28. Chrischllles, Verda B. & Ronald to J. R. & Ruth Waite 1-11-67 lot 6 blk 10 & S. 30* of subdiv. entitled Western Town Lot lot 5 blk 10 Go's 1st Add. to town of Fenton; being block 8,9,10 11 & 12 Subdiv of blk 1 6 OL A, B, & C. Heilemnn, Anna Larrabee &L. F. to Merchants Nati'l Bk. of Cedar Rapids Trustee & First Nat'l Bk. of West Union, Trustee, 1-16-67 N 3/4 of E 1/2 SE 1/4 12-99-28 N 1/2 SW 1/4 10-98-28; SW 1/4 3-99-28 W 1/2 NW 1/4 24-99-28 NE 1/4 2-98-28. Kelly, Lillian tones & Edward M. to Merchants Nat'l Bk. of Cedar Rapids Trustee & First Nat'l Bk. of West Union, Trustee 1-16-67 N 3/4 of E 1/2 SE 1/4 12-99-28 N 1/2 SW 1/4 10-9828; SW 1/4 3-99-28; W 1/2 NW 1/4 24-99-28; NE 1/4 4-98-28. Larrabee, Charles Jr. & Flora to Merchants Nat'l Bk. of Cedar Rapids, Trustee, First Nat'l Bk. of West Union, Trustee 1-16-67 N 3/4 of E 1/2 SE 1/4 12-99-28 N 1/2 SW 1/4 10-98-28 SW 1/4 3-99-28 W 1/2 NW 1/4 24-99-28 NE 1/4 4-98-28. Titonka Hatchery, Inc. to George F. Schuster 1-11-67 A. P. of Budlongs Add., lots 3 & 4 blk 3 Desc. as see rec.; Titonka. Wildin, Douglas & Bernetta to Sharon Kay Orey 1-11-67 SE 1/4 NE 1/4 1-94-30. Yarnall, Stephen R. & Barbara to Merchants Nat'l Bk. of Cedar Rapids Trustee & First Nat'l Bk. of West Union, Trustee 116-67 N ,1/4 E 1/2 SE 1/4 1299-28 N 1/2 SW 1/4 10-98-28 SW 1/4 3-99-28; W 1/2 NW 1/4 24-99-28 NE 1/4 4-98-28. THE HUB CLOTHIERS ANNUAL MID WINTER CLEARANCE SALE SALE ENDS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4 MEN'S ALL FROM REGULAR STOCK - STILL GOOD ASSORTMENT LEFTI Over 50% Savings — REG. $45 to $75 WEATHER COATS $1C88 38 Zip-Out Liners of Warm Orion Values to $26.95 ALL BETTER COATS ALSO SHARPLY REDUCED IN PRICE ALL WOOL DRESS TOPCOATS VALUES TO $49.95 Entire Stock All At One Low Price . Complete CLEARANCE of All Men's Men's WINTER-WEIGHT JACKET & CARCOATS Wools, Corduroys, Sureoats, Stadium Coats Reduced 3? 50% 5 MEN'S WOOL BENCH WARMER JACKETS Values to $18.95 *7.77 BOY'S JACKETS, Sizes 18-20 A Good Selection In Larger Sizes At Va PRICE Men's and Boy's SWEATERS Coat or Pullover — Wools, Orlons, Cardigans V» eff Leather Lined Dress Glove $ 2.8i Reg. $5.95 '3.8! Men's C.P.O. All Wool Jacket Shirts Medium ft Lorgt — Dark Shad** Reg. $9.95 '5.99 mtmm^m Men's 5-BUCKLE CONVERSE OVERSHOES A Regular $7.98 Sizes 7 to 12 $ 5.33 MEN'S SHIRT CLEARANCE Long Sleeved SPORT SHIRTS Van Heusen DRESS SHIRTSl 99 •Tapered or Regular Body Styles $0 Small to Extra Large Values to $5.95 White and Colors - Some Discontinued Styles — Size 14'/ 2 to 17 Regular $5 and $5.95 THIS IS THE TIME TO SAVE! LEUTfflMLLIAMS The Nationally Known, Quality Labels That Mean I Real Value . ALGONA,IOWA

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