The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1962 · Page 21
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»««^^ vahafrn s IT HELP YOURSELF TO A BIG SLICE OF SAVINGS ON OUR 55th BIRTHDAY! COTTON SLIP with lavish eyelet embroidered top and ruffled hem. Snowy white preshrunk percale. 34-44. *100 1 BED PILLOWS Smart print pattern ticking cover over full 18 x 25 size bed pillow with white shredded Polyurethane filling. $ 100 1 DRESS SALE 1 group of Spring and Summer dresses greatly reduced. Wide choice of fabrics and colors in a good selection of sizes from 9 to 24%. Regular price $10.98 to $17.98. $ 4.99 to '14.99 1 group of Acetate Jersey print dresses in sizes 12 to 24'/z. Regular $6.98. $ 4.99 Cfie llgona ®pper Be* ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1962 VOL. 97 - NO. 19 Senfral Band Mothers Name New Officers Lour Rock — Scntral Band Mothers elected officers and board members at their meeting at the Scntral school May 9. Mrs. George Moinke was elected president; Mrs. Andrew Stefanski, vice president; Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, secretary; Mrs. Roger Jensen, treasurer. Newly elected board members are Mrs. Herschcl Hartman, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, Mrs. LaVonne Steinberger and Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel. The grade school and jr. high bands provided entertainment along with a clarinet quartet and a clarinet duet. LADIES' WALTZ LENGTH AND SHORTY SUMMER WEIGHT GOWNS Salesman's samples and regular stock" Items. Drip-dry batiste, gingham checks, ,pnd crepes. All wash and wear-fabrics. : Sizes 34'to 40. Values to $3.98 $199 GIRLS 2-PIECE SPORTSWEAR SETS Cute poplin jamaicas with colorful print and woven fabric sleeveless tops . . . -wide-selection of colors. Sizes 3 to 14 Laundry Hamper Beautiful new fiber weave non-yellowing white enamel with 4-way ventilation, full plastic cover. $ 4.87 PRINTED KITCHEN TOWELS Terry kitchen towels in colorful printed patterns. SPECIAL 3 fOF j* ^^ ^^ 1 .OO COTTON RUGS n.77 AH cotton hi-Io pattern washable rugs with non-slip foam back. White, Rose, Sandalwood, Cocoa, Aqua, Gold. Full 27 x 48 size. Style Show Friday, May 11, at 1:30 p.m. the Sentral home ec classes invited their mothers to attend a style show of garments the girls had made during the year. A film was shown and lunch was served by class members. Mrs. Wm. Nugent is home ec teacher. Backward Party The Junior Sunday School class of the Lone Rock Prectfjyterian church enjoyed a party Monday at the home of their teacher, Mrs. A. A. Krueger. They began their backward party by saying "goodbye" and eating their dessert. Then they finished their lunch, played games, backward of course, and finished the afternoon with "hello" to all! Members of the class are Mary Lee Madison, Jill Blanchard, Diane Person, Susa,\i Blanchard, Anne Fortney, Randy Nelson, Kenneth Marlow, LeRoy Hinz and Joel Priebe. Homemakers Mel Fenton Township Homemakers met Friday at the home of Mrs. Vic Dreyer with Mrs. Duane Habeger as co-hostess. Mrs. Wesley Mains, Mrs. Milton Madison and Mrs. Ray Laabs presented lessons. Mrs. Clarence Brandt was a guest from Titonka. She present- Algona Junior Bowlers Win State Pin Crown Algona's reputation as a bowling centrr was not in HIP least tarnished by the young men pictured above, who won the boys title in the state junior division at DCS Moines, last Saturday. Pictured above, left to right, are Gregg Arrowootl, Hichard Feaster, Art Ashton, Coach, Jim Colwell, Scott Miller and Tom Stark. They poured a torrid 2,024 (2,077 scratch) to win the junior state crown. The team is sponsored by Universal Mfg. Co. of Algona. Scott Miller rolled a 453 and Jim Colwell a 43!l to lead the Algona team. The team was organized three years ago, started slow, and then began to improve, until this year they won the local junicr title and entered the district at Clarion. Jim Colwell, team captain, led his team with a 212 game at Clarion. The boys went 50 pins over their average to win the district. daughter, Debra Kay. Tena Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mr. Otto Jensen went to Wabasha, Minn, last weekend to visit Mrs. Tena Larson and family. Mr. and Mrs, Roger Long and Durwin and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meyer and children, of Fenton attended a Camper's Show Sunday at Mason City. Mrs. Ruth Krueger had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth from Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton and Deborah spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton, at the lake Saturday and in Lone Rock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ennen were Sunday afternoon guests at the Roy Ennen home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and Durwin visited the Lyle Haack family at Whittemore Friday night. The occasion was a party celebrating Lori Haack's second birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely anc STORE - WIDE BARGAINS . . HURRY Sheer Nylon HOSIERY Boys Knit SPORT SHIRTS Novelty pattern knitted polo shirts for active boys. Short sleeves, crew necks. Sizes 4 1 to 14. 00 Girls Cool SUMMER DRESSES Sleeveless and sunback styles in gay prints and woven patterns. Scoop up several now for hot weather ahead. Sizes 3/6x and 7/14. $1.99 & $2.99 Seamless bare - leg hosiery, strictly first quality. Summer shades. Sizes 9 to 11. KNIT BRIEFS DECORATED China Bowls Elastic waist knitted cot ton briefs. Sizes 2 to 14. Imported china serving bowels with bright decorations. Generous 6 inch size. 3 for $1.00 Ironing Board PAD & COVER Leaf Design Cup & Saucer Prefect for entertaining or for barbeque service, matching cup and saucer with beautiful leaf Silicone treated pad and cover, long lasting. 2 for $1.00 Bierle as co-hostess; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig and Tim attended the funeral of an aunt, Jennie Alke, last Wednesday at Titonka. The Senior girls of Sentral school were honored at a tea Thursday at the Algona Hotel. They were entertained by the Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller and family were Thursday supper guests at the Phil Ballard home Dell Marlow home. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Uierstedt attended an L.L.L. rally at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kneedler visited Sunday at the Bill Klesath lome in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter were callers at the Clifford Blighton lome at Graetlinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon went to Mason Cit3 Saturday and were guests at the "ordon Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard called on the Don Kennedy family at Swea City Sunday night. Sunday dinner guests at the Junior Hurlburt home were Mrs. Emma Hurlburt and Rachael and Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Hurl- burl and family; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and family; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heifner and daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath and Cindy. SEW FOR NOW SEW FOR SUMMER FABRIC SALE in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Marlow Wide assortment of drip-dry hi- style sheer prints, sportswear prints and other sportswear fabrics. Solid colors, chinos, sailcloth, duck, random cords. 36 to 42 inches wide. Yards 1.00 36 inch fancy pattern combed yarn ginghams, very special. 2 Yards •1 xx&xyaM'xix^^ of Omaha, Nebr. were weekend guests at the Merwin Marlow home. They left early Sunday to attend a Staiert reunion at Carroll on their way back to Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft went last weekend to Kenyon, Minn, to visit the Leslie Johnson family. Luncheon guests at the P. M. Christenson home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson of Dickens. Saturday morning guests at the Maude Blanchard home were Mr. Milton Pettit from San Jose, Cal. and Roy Jensen. Mrs. Margaret Schloeman of Estherville visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton. George Long visited the Jerry Wibben family Sunday and Mrs. Long returned home to Bettendorf with him. She had been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Wibben and helping with the new grand- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna at> tended a coffee given by the Ko» suth County Historical Society a( the Annex at Algona Sunday af- ..,,.— . and" Mrs. Ralph Zlmanskl'l Mrs. Francis "Anderson, Spencer,' moved Saturday to Fairmont was an overnight guest at the E. '""- E. Hanna home Thursday night. and Circle meetings of the Lone and I Rock Presbyterian Women will Where Ralph will work. Mrs. Fred Genricli, Mr. Mrs. P. J. McGuii-e, Burt, , , Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fenton attended a Rural Mail Carriers dinner and meeting Saturday at Fort Dodge. The dinner was followed by the business meeting. Thursday dinner guests at the Roy Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hauptman, Corwith- and Milton Pettit from San Jose, Cal. Mr. Pettit remained with the Jensens until Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Roxanne and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett, Titonka, went to Veishea Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family visited at the Dick Mittag home in Algona Thursday night. IVrr. and Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs. Mary Flaig and Bill called at the Dean Jergenson home in Algona Sunday. Barbara Jergenson, granddaughter of the Frank Flaigs, has been in bed for seven weeks with rheumatic fever. Mrs. Glenn Householder and Mrs. Louie Householder and Vicki spent Thursday and Friday in Omaha with the Darryl Householder family. The Sentral high school band, under the direction of Warren Jones, returned from large group contest at Milford Saturday with a II rating. The boys' glee club also received a II and Mixed Chorus received a III. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dallman and family were Sunday guests at the be held May 17. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker and family of Spencer were Wednesday supper guests at the Gerald Ra- digs. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna attended a party Sunday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeze. Mrs. Freeze is the former Beth Annis. PREPARE NOW FOR THE RAINY DAYS AHEAD! We install, clean and repair gutters and downspouts. We specialize in all sheet metal work. Licensed, insured contractors, serving both residential and commercial. Guaranteed materials and workmanship. LAING $ Plumbing & Heating Algon CY 4-2104 SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Joliannesen, Debbie and Ricky attended Veishea at Iowa State University, Ames, Saturday. Debbie and Ricky were in the parade, riding on the Alpha Delta Pi's float, depicting babes in Toyland. Marilyn Johannesen was co-chairman of the float committee. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn had their little grandson, Mike Tennyson of St. James, Minn., with them over the weekend. Vernon Wilberg, Roger Cherland and Evelyn Cherland represented the local Luther League at Luther League Day at Waldorf College, Forrest City, Sunday. Sunday of lust week Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus of Ledyard visited at the Larmon Hattle home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch and family attended the baptism of a niece, Shirley Ann, daughter of the Dennis Lynchs', Bancroft, last Sunday afternoon at the St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. Mrs. Lynch was one of the sponsors. They were supper guests at the Lynch home. Mr. and Mrs Henry Looft accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gei- rit DeWaurd of Titonka visited with Mrs Bertha Poinmer, a patient at the Mercy hospital at Mason City Thursday evening. Mrs. Pommer underwent surgery for the removal of cataract from her right eye Tuesday morning. She is recuperating satisfactorily and expects to be released from the hospital on Saturday. She will con- valese at the home of the daughter, the Gerrit DeWaards. Relatives attending last funeral rites for Glenn Kreuger, West Amber Lake Drive, Fairmont, Wednesday morning included Mr. and Mrs. John Johunnesen, parents-iu- law, and Honald; Mrs. Edna Johannesen; Mrs. Anne Presthus, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and Mrs. Harry Vahldieck of Wallingford. Mr. Kreuger had been ill with cancer of the liver for several months and passed away Sunday morning at his home.

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