The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 12
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fc-Afgeno (lo.) Upper DM Mofnei Tuesday, Sepfember 18, 1964 Wed 50 Years, St. Joe Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas of St. Joe, life-long residents, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 23. beginning with mass in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 10 o'clock. A dinner will follow in St. Joseph's school prepared by Catholic Daughters of America, with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. for relatives and friends. No gifts are requested. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas are the parents of two sons, Raymond and Wilfred, both of St. Joe. (Glenn's Studio Photo— UDM Engraving) •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann are now living at the Sunset Knol Retirement Home at Aurelia. Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud are parents of an 8 Ib, 12 oz. daughter, Rochelle Ann, born Sept. 7 at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Darlene Metzger of West Bend came Wednesday to help at the Watson Struthers home. Mrs Struthers is continuing to improve after suffering a slight stroke. Ray Simmons of Marshall, Minn, suffered a heart attack two weeks ago and is a patient at the Memorial hospital there. He is a brother of Mrs Ralph Richards. Ruth and Sara Usher, representing Humboldt County, demonstrated at the 4-H building at Spencer Thursday morning. "From Rags dent, Susan Smith; secretary. Cindy Long; treasurer, Donna Mae Thilges; historian, Shiela Friederes; reporter, Carol Teeter; photographer, Marcte Sabin; recreation chairman, Sharon Roethler, music chairman, Lucille Cade; librarian, Linda Meehlhause. A talk was given by Debbie Sabin and Virginia Gisch reviewed safety points. Swea & Eagle niuisuay morning. ? rom Kags "• * *•"'' to Hugs" was the name of thejr a^SPO I s the demonstration. . I soa °' «"s area. Mrs John Lar- Mr and Mrs Darold Gabel of Longmont, Colo, are visiting this week at the home of his parents the Martin Gabels. Mrs Andrew Larson, Armstrong, underwent surgery at Rochester Thursday. Mrs John Larson attended the wedding of her granddaughter, Darlene, daughter of the Art Nelsons at Peoria, 111., Sept. 2. Mr former Yvonna Lar- The chicken supper served by group I of the American Lutheran church Women Thursday evening was well attended. Mrs Oliver Kinseth was chairman. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family attended a pot luck dinner Sunday to help her mother, Mrs Frank Henely celebrate her eightieth birthday. There arc nine children in Mrs Henely's family and five of them were present to help her observe the day at her home in Emmetsburg. Tuesday evening visitors at the Ralph Hichards were Will Sittler of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Ray Pentico. Thursday evening visitors were Mrs Charles Ellingson and two daughters of California. John C. Elbert Is Electronics Course Graduate Chicago — An outstanding at complishment is being hailed by friends and relatives of John C Elbert, 25, of 1303 E Elm St , Al gona The local man has been award ed an Associate Degree in Applied Science for successfully complet ing a 9ti week training program in Electronic Technology, at the la boratories of DeVry i Institute. Cresco Chums The Cresco cnums met at the home of Shiela Frideres, with Marilyn Roethler assisting Plans wore discussed for the entertainment of Farm Bureau Oct. 0. The newly-elected officers are: president, Virginia Gisch; vice presi- son attended the wedding of her grandson, Eugene A. Nelson and Sharon Kay Persich at Peoria Sept. 8. Eugene is the son of the AArt Nelsons. Mr and Mrs Otto Larson and their son, Dorf Larsen of Miami Fla. were Sunday supper guests at the Walter Goraczkowski home Attending the Preston reunion at the Macintosh park at Clear Lake Sunday were the Joe Pros- tons, Earl Prestons, Virgil Pres- tons, Emery Pre.stons, Maynarc 1 Jensens and Jim Prestons. Sunday dinner guests at thi Wendell Dit.sworth home were th( Floyd Brekke family, Mr and Mrs I. C. Evert, St. Peter, Minn , Mrs Conrad Brekke, Esthemlle. Mr and Mrs Brekke attended the 40th anniversary open house at Fair mont for the Pat McNerneys The Sam Links and the" Free 1 Links were Sunday dinner guest.- at the Tom Preston home, after which the group attended tht open house at the Methodist church for Mr and Mrs Hurley Work Mr and Mrs Walter Hans returned Friday evening after 9 days-visiting a sister and brother-i'n law. Mr and Mrs C F. Nielsen at Tulsa. Okla. Mrs Ralph Walker and Dori Icf last Thursday for Kenmore. N. L) to attend the funeral of a brother Thorvald Neve Mr Neve, 5i died suddenly of a heart attack Janet Walker returned to Fa>ettt last Sunday fur her junior vt-ar at t'pper Iowa University Shi majoring in elementary music Mr and Mrs Keith 'Uieiie^-l of Rockford, III became parents of ihi'ir first child, a boy ueij.'hmi' pounds, 4'i ounces. Aug. i=i. The baby is the grandson of Mr Mrs Roy Anderson Mr and Mrs Jot- Preston enter tamed the Kenneth Anderson anc Marvin Boever families uf Esther ville and the Roger Lindes am Maynard Jensens recently Mr and Mrs Dick Krumm am: Mr and Mrs Hay Larson of Ann strong were Saturday evening calleis at the Virgil Jensen homi Judy Hurlburt left Sept 4 for Wayne, Neb. where she is en rolled as a sophomore at Wajae Slate Teachers College Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan drove to Sioux City Sunday to take Sharon to enter Briar Cliff College. Mrs Gene Thompson and her sisters, Darlene and Diane Mino drove to Sioux Falls over th( weekend Darlene is entering Sioux Falls College and Dian- went on to visit a friend at Fin ery, S D Mr and Mrs Art Larson enter tained picnic guests at the Sam Larson cottage on Silver Lake •••V..V Store Sensational Values in Every Department - Save Up To 50% and More! Sale Starts Tomorrow! Quantities Limited on Some Items - So Hurry! Use Your Credit - Buy on Easy Terms FREE WHILE 288 LAST STOP IN AND PICK UP YOUR BALL POINT PEN JUST FOR THE ASKING. ADULTS ONLY Prices Slashed on Automotive SPARK PLUGS Big Value 17 ea. AUTO SNOW SHOVEL Collapsible handle — easily fits in car trunk. Regularly $1.16 87c HI-TEMP THERMOSTAT for maximum heater efficiency. 1954-56 Chev. $1.45 89c •I Houseware, Electrical Buys • EARTHENWARE COFFEE MUGS Smart speckled finish, big handles - a value ! SNAP-OFF FREEZER BAGS 10" x 14" bags in a roll — just tear off as needed. CHROME ROASTING RACK Complete with free roaster. Special buy ! SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER Hand decorated in bright colors. A charming set. 4-PIECE CANISTER SET You'll save on this handsome plastic set. SAUCE PANS - SET OF 3 Lightweight aluminum for long life, easy cleaning. GLASS TUMBLERS "Apple Blossom." Choice of 6 or 1 1 oz. sizes. to 14c 5-PC. BOWL COVER SET Plastic - fits tightly to keep left-overs fresh. PACK OF 100 ENVELOPES Always keep a couple packs handy. Price cut I KETCHUP SQUEEZE DISPENSER Easy to clean plastic. Great for kitchen table. HANDY FIRST AID KIT A needed item in any car, home or lake cottaqe KITCHEN UTENSILS Your Choice Basting spoon, cake turner, mixing spoon. Regularly 3/55c Regularly 89c Regularly $1.98 Regularly 95c Regularly ] $2.98 Regularly 73c TWO FOR Regularly 29c Regularly 33c Regularly lie Regularly 55c Regularly 35c Each 13c 47c 99c 48c 148 62c 13c 21c 29c 9c 37c 18c EACH CLOTHES HAMPERETTE 35-quort size. Great in both, laundry. White. SAVE 1.99 SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS Long cherrywood handles - big price cut special I PLASTIC TABLE MAT Eyelet lace pattern - protects, brightens any table PLASTIC CLOTHES PINS Three dozen ! Strong, smooth finish, low price 25 FT. ALUMINUM FOIL Famous Alcoa Wrap quality for less. 12" wide PLASTIC BOWL SCRAPER Flexible tip cleans flat or round surfaces. Regularly $1.25 Regularly 33c Regularly 69c Regularly 37c Regularly lie 59c 18c 33c 29c 9c PLASTIC BOOT MAT Re gl ,a lly Keeps rugs and floors clean, dry. 15" x 24". $j 19 O'CEDAR DUST MOP Mokes hard to reach places easy to clean. Colors. COAT AND HAT RACK Colonial designed rack has wrought iron hooks. Regularly $ $3.79 Regularly 99c SPONGE ASSORTMENT - PKG. OF 3 Hond size bath sponges in pink, yellow, blue. 3-FOOT APPLIANCE CORD For coffee makers, waffle irons, etc. Big buy ! LUMINATED NITE LIGHT With 3 handy plug outlets. Glows softly in dark. TWO CELL FLASHLIGHT Unbreakable plastic case. Magnetic holder. TOILET TISSUE 4 PACK Buy several packs at this tremendous low price. 33c Regularly $1.39 33c 79c 44c Tool, Hardware Best Buys 14 INCH HAMMER HANDLE Guaranteed quality, built to last. Smooth finish. Regularly 25c 15c 6-FOOT FOLDING RULER Accurote and easy to read. Folds to 6" long. Regularly $1B KT Hflfc S2.49 ™* ^^ ~ PUSH BUTTON STEEL TAPE Extends to 10 ft. Compact — easy to carry. Regularly $1.45 99c 5-PIECE FILE KIT - SAVE! For loying all kinds of floor tile or linoleum. Regularly $1.10 59c TOOL ASSORTMENT Huge selection, famous name brands, low prices I Regularly 8Bc 66c CHROME PLATED HINGES Semi concealed type. Complete with screws. Regularly .31c 19c SAVE ON POCKET KNIVES A style for every purpose. Tremendous value I Regularly $1.00 77c lawn, Garden, Sporting Goods 18" WASP ROTARY MOWER Low priced and ready to go I Rugged 2-cycle engine. Regularly $ $38.88 ' MEN'S CANVAS GLOVES Buy several pairs at this low price I 14 oz. Regularly 49c 24-INCH BAMBOO RAKE Light 'n easy to use I Sweeps leaves, fine clippings. Regularly 72c DELUXE BARBECUE GRILL - - Backyard cooking ease I With motor and hood. 18" $11.88 16-INCH SIDEWALK BICYCLE »«** $ Bike Horn and Compass 39c $23.95'' So ve on Small Appliances ELECTRIC PENDULUM CLOCK Decorptive cts it is functioned I Tremendous buy I Regularly $6.95 AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER Perfect coffee every time. FREE - IB. of coffee I Regularly $7.99 REGENT PORTABLE MIXER Three speeds, finger-tip beater ejector. Value I Regularly $7.99 666 NO MONEY DOWN at Gam

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