The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 14, 1962
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8-Algano (la.) Upper DM Moine* TUESDAY, AU6UST 14, 1962 I'. ^AROUND, AUSCJNA > J I " . ''' • • ' i. - • Women's Missioning Fellowship! of Hie Regular Baptist church vml | nice! Wednesday evening nl (lie j fhiirch. Hostesses are Klora (Ira | ham and Marge Srhncli. /. t Dr. and Mrs I'. (1. l)or« filer have as their guest Mrs Hnehel Brown of Kansas City. Mo. Algon mis aflewling I In- runcnil for Harold Oxley Sunday include! Mr and Mrs Harold Hohson. Mr; Mary Olson. Mr and Mrs I,lord Pratt and Dii-k and Mr and M'rs Merle Pratt. lirv. and Mrs \r\vton Coiixlirn- 0111 of the Methodist church here have accepted an imitation to become m<'inb<T« of an evangelistic team lo Brazil. South America, del. l.i In .Nov. If; They ha\c been pivrn a leave of absence I from the local church. Mr nml IVfrs .Jim ntisehor am family arc vacalioning this week nt Clear Lake. —o— Mr and Mrs Ncal Movick arp the parents of a seven pound, six ounce daughter born Aug. 8 at SI Ann hospital. Mr am! M'rs J. F. Milder ami family and John Pratt spent last week vacationing at Arlington Beach in South Dakota. —o— Men T'Hieltrr and Phil Taylor are attending Methodist camp at !,akc Okohoji this week. Mrs Joe Tschetler, Methodist Youth councilor here, is attending a leadership workshop at Lake Park, Minn. Aug. la-IH. Guests al ihr homo of M> aftt Mrs Don Smith, Jr. Thursday efe ning were Mr and Mrs Don Smith Sr. The group observed the birth- clay of Don, Jr. _o— Mr and Mrs Walter (Dutch) Lorenz, former Algona residents, now of Pompano Beach, Fla., are spending two weeks with friends here. Mrs W. J. Slgsbec had as her guests Sunday and Monday, Mr and Mrs VV. E. Beardsley and Tom, Jane and Julie of Lincoln, \eb. Jane and Julie are remain- ng with their grandmother while heir parents are in Minneapolis jaseball games. Mr and Mrs Harold ftabson had as their guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Vern Pratt of West Union and Mr and Mrs Clarence Tatro of Clermont. Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shlcrk became grandparents for the fourth time when a girl was born to their son and daughter-irt-law, Mr and Mrs Cameron Shierk Saturday at Baltimore, Md. She weighed seven pounds, three ounces and will be named Gretchen Maili. They also have a son Cameron IV. Mr and Mrs Ted Stang and daughter Terri are guests this week in the Brail Wright home. Mrs Stang is the former Mimi Wright , t " New Mexico and are now moving to Washington, D. C. where Mr Mang will work toward a masters degree in hospital administration at George Washington University. Margnrct and Carrie Durant had as their guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Leonard Olson, former Algona residents, now of Britt. Margaret Durunt was at Mason City Wednesday for a meeting of the North Iowa Writers Club She called on Gertrude Sheridan Kelley, former librarian hero who is recovering nicely from a severe illness. —o— Kristlne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley, was two yonrs nld Tiiosrtny nml \vns linn- oree al n parly Hint fvcnini?. Guests wort' Mr and Mrs Harold Sabiti and family. Mr mul Mrs Jim Schade, and Kunene and Mr and Mrs Milton Furrow and family, LuVcrnc, Mary l,ou Mmvd.sley, Iowa City, and (lie paternal grandmother, Mrs J. (!. Mawdsley. Sunday dinner guests in honor of I ho birthday were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pilkin, Jackie, Jerry and Jeff and the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Waller Winkelman, all of Buffalo Center, and Lona Dunn, Forest City. Walt Garrison, a long time barber in the New Market area, re- cut the hair of Dickie and Donnlo Parsons. The Parson boys numbered the sixth generation of Parsons whose hair Garrison has nil. HLOOMS Mrs Edith Galbraith of Greenfield has something unusual in a snake plant which has bloomed for the first time in the 20 years that she has had it. DOG Russell Gay of Carbon recently returned from Rochester, Michigan with "Duke", a seeing eye dog. Both Mr Gay and Duke received intensive training before coming home. BUYS ARE NOW IN YOUR 9 WISE - you can just bet that the buys you find for back to school in the local stores lasted below are wise ones; "wise" because they're finest quality, backed by the reputations of well-known manufacturers, and backed by the reputations of our own better stores. What's more, every one's a bargam: truly the best at absolutely the lowest possible prices! There's no wiser place to shop than right here in Algona. • WHO should shop in local stores right now? Everyone! This month, par- ncularly, you II find more top values at low sale prices as your neighbor- merchants clear their shelves to make room for incoming fall stock. You'll md loads of terrific buys not only for the student, but for babies, career folks home-makers and businessmen as well. Every "who's who" in town w.ll be shoppmg here in August. Join them! iriL' Plumbing i Ht-alin" V'.rlh IOWH Sewing Machine Co. MKOIIU Cireenhouscs Iowa State Bank I'amt Alt;ona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Flour & Feed \ ikin" Oil ( „ ruu- l.-w,lr Huschcr Bros Impli-n 11- n I Algona Produce n, The Chrisi-hilli--. siort- Modern Dr\ ( li-anci s Tlie Security Stair Hunk Beecher Lane Appliance L'nitcd Building C'^nU-r Kent Motor Co. '•""'' lleali alinu 1 ' I'cnncs { (i. i iii li Dm I cullnild UiUianis ''•'In- Hull I InthiiT . 4 |. 0 an Kussutti Motor ( o C'hristensen's Percival Motors Schultz Bros. Garage & Oil Station I'niversal Mfg. Co. Shcrwin-Williams Paints Wiltgen Jewelers Strayer Standard Service Consolidated Co-Op Creameries Foster Furniture Co. Isaacson Studio Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Smoke Shop ShIUs BrowobUt Shoe Store Blossom Insurance Agency Coast-to-Coast Store Bjustrom Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing Thermogas Co. of Algona Waldron's Cafe Heady-Mix Concrete & Lumber Algona Theatre Co. Ernie Williams — John Deere Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Hawkeye Rowling Lanes Algona Plumbing & Heating No. Iowa Appliance Center Dau Garage & Body Shop Read's Furniture Frederick Hardware Post Transfer & Storage Kclley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. Zender's Sharp's Jewelry

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