The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 2, 1962
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8-Al96fta (lo.) Upper Des Molfte* fuesefdy, October 2, ""•'"fTy'j^ •" '' • ? $M^lqim^ Mrs. Esther Barton sppnt last weekend at Webb with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. , Mrs. Lucille Zrrfass had • as guests last week her sister Mrs. Irma Altwegg, Redfield. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmcrs and children spent the weekend with Mrs. Reakie Helmers. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mino spent (ho weekend at Leech Lake, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Chet Emery. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Clements are being visited by the letter's sister, Gladys Schultz, Cypress, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley and Dorothy spent last Sunday at Waterloo with Dr. and Mrs. Fred Marquis. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barnes spent Sunday at Marcus with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bernardo and family went to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit Mrs. Vincent Ber nardo Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel have recently been visited by Mr. Geigel's sister, Mrs. L. L. Havs Mitchell, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp spent last weekend at La Crosse, Wis., with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas. Mrs. L. J. Xelson has returned from Denver, Colo., where she had spent several weeks with Mr and Mrs. H. L. Patton. Mrs. Harold Colwell spent the weekend at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Colwell, to whom a son was born Sept. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom and Betty Jane were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Meyers at Elmore, Minn. Harold Baker. Lampoc, Calif., concluded his visit Monday with his mother Mrs. Leona Baker, and Mr. and Mrs. William Baker. Tom, Steve and Jack Waller accompanied their father to Minneapolis, Saturday, where they took in the Minnesota-Missouri football game. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon are being visited by their daughter Mrs. James Chapman and children of Eagle Grove while Mr. Chapman is hunting and fishing in Canada. Mrs. J. W. Pentecost has had as guests last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Pat Weiland, Henry Butts, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Rose Mack, Phoenix, Ariz. The group was joined by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts. Dr. and Mrs. Charles O'Connor had Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Connor and family of Lake City as weekend guests. This weekend they had the parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. O'Connor, Lake City, as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey have recently had as guests their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. N Aalfs, Sioux City. Mr. Aalfs has been transferred to Blackwcll Okla. and the family will move there soon. Mrs. Sarah Smith has returned from Lockport, 111., where she had visited her daughter, Mrs. Edith Kranz. She returned earlier than planned, called to Casey by the death of her brother-in-law Cliff Tomilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ruppert Young had the letter's mother and sister Mrs. Mary Fries and Emily, as dinner guests last Sunday. Wednesday, Mrs. Young went to Emmetsburg to see her nephew, Richard Fries, who is hospitalized. Mrs. Gerald Bomgaars was joined here by her sisters and father, Mrs. Sylvia Kannegieter, Velma Miers and William Miers, Ashton and Wednesday attended funeral services for Fred Miers at Grand Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred St-mon and Mrs. Anna Courtney have been at Clarion to see their grandson, Pat, 13, a patient at Memorial hospital. He has rheumatic fever and is a son of Mr. anil Mrs. Lor en Courtney. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh left Wednesday for White Sulphur W. Va. to attend a meeting of the Board of Federation Mutual In surance companies. En route they stopped briefly at Friendship Ha ven to see Mrs. Marie Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle have returned from a trip to Mountain Home, Ark., where they visitec Mr. and Mrs. Selby Russell. From there the couples went to San An tonio, Tex., for a visit with the Slagle's son, T Sgt. Roger Slagle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy were visited over the weekend by their children, Betty, who is employee at Mercy Hospital, Mason City John, who attends Hamilton college, Mason City, and Judy, a freshman at St. Mary's college, Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh were visited one day and over night last week by Mr. and Mrs 3. W. Churchill, Nashville, Tenn They will be remembered by many icre. Mr. Churchill is managing iditor for the "National Tennes- ean" and was en route to Minne- polis to attend an Associated •ress meeting. I Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck was visited by her son Paul and wife of Houston, Tex., who concluded the visit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volk and Vincent, Avoca, who concluded the visit Saturday. Mrs. Don Price and children. Sioux City, have spent the week with the mother, Mrs. Mildred Putz, and Mr. and Mrs. James Will. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Mike Karloff and Don Fulton and children, Nancy, Kay and David, Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leaverton had as guests last Sunday Dr. and Mro. John Rasmussen, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rasmus- sen, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bnrry had as guests Friday their nephew Charles Smith and wife, Des Moines, who were returning from a fishing trip in Canada. Mrs. Cora Bacon hart as guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hohenstcin, Amboy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon, Burl, and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson. Mrs. W. C. McDougall. Mason City, left Saturday for a two week visit at Columbus, Miss., with Mr. and Airs. Jay Kent. Mrs. McDougall is on vacation from her duties at Park hospital. Mr. and Airs. James Arpnrt hart as dinner guests Sunday the latter's parents and grandmother, Air. and Airs. A. M. Kunz, Curlew, and Airs. Elizabeth Ruppert, Mallard. Mrs. Alinnie Blinkman is going to Mason City this week to be with her daughter, Mrs. John Fassbinder, who will be dismissed from Park hospital. She is recovering from an attark of pneumonia. Air. and Mrs. Otto EnRstrom and daughter Betty Jane have returned from a visit at Omaha, Neb., with cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Hultman. They also took a sight-seeing trip to Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast attended funeral services Sunday at' hpnhnu,nY M?" i^r'ri % Kann ' I She was a ^rmer resident of nephew of Mr. Bast. Death was Swea City fhP Fnrt jj 6 ,™' fc ttack suffered at Mr and Mrs Ton y Schneider are Mr and M£ n % ttw. Patients of St. Ann's ...... rlrnvp •« nJc Mni«« ).;» E °"°™ medical treatment. Those at Holy day and visitedI MM ro«t™JSn Famlly hos P itaI - Estherville, are,. , , , •- „...,- ffir? Mr2 walte? HuttoT A? r 00 """ 1 J ° hnS ° n ' MrS A ' A> * m * ' *™ '^ ^ ''" ** ^ 4 ~" Amos, they visited with Mr.'Bios- "' Judging Team 22nd At Waterloo The Kossuth County 4-H judging earn placed 22nd in the State 4-F | Dairy Judging Contest at the Cat BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Lisa Dixon, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Dixon, fell from the slide at the public school fracturing her shoulder. Mrs Al Lensing entertained a College — .. taking a „ course at the hospital there, received the highest average in her class at Junior college and her grades and average were read in front of her class. Patty is a an at Junior College and is graduate of St. John's high school, Bancroft. Mrs Cletus Dorr accompanied Lakota and Philip . Members placed f heifers and four in the contest and then gave two sets of written and oral reasons on the cow cla.sses. Following the contest a banquet was held for all 4-H'ers taking EXCLUSIVE! AT m *t T rf Mrs Laurence Kemna entertained a group of ladies at a coffee party at her home Monday eve ning Relatives and friends from here attending the funeral Saturday for Mrs Clarence Gardner were Mr and Mrs George Wohnke and relatives here from Chicago. Mrs Perry Torine. Mrs Gardner died at Madrid Wednesday morning. lege. Patrick McGuire had graduated as an accountant and returned with them and has expected a possession at Ft. Dodge with a firm their another son of Mr & Mrs Bernard McGuire recently finished his course as dental technician in the Navy, is expected home for a furlough. He is stationed in San Diego. They are the sons of Mr and Mrs Bernard McGuire, Titonka. Rebekah lodge will be serving coffee an d lunches in the Izaal Walton hal1 ab °ve Zender's or Band Festival Day. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. The WHEN YOU GIVE Fund Way You Give for Many Campaigns and Causes— ONCE! Here are facts concerning Algona's 1962 United Fund Campaign ! "I'LL GLADLY GIVE!" The success of last year's united fund campaign in Algona indicated strong public acceptance and desire for giving THE UNITED WAY. It reduced expenses that would have been involved in many separate campaigns — it approached very near.y the goal of eliminating all door-to-door solicitations. It provided investigation by a large representative committee of local citizens into the worthiness and merit of the causes with special attention being given to the requirement that a maximum portion of funds allocated be used for intended causes and minimum for organization expenses. FABRICS SEWING If we are to continue moving ahead the United Way, we most be careful to preserve the strength that the united approach gives us. Through the united way we find many functions. We must constantly remind ourselves that the united community campaign has a function far greater than the elimination of multiple drives and the saving of overhead expenses alone. That "something more" is a planned and ordered approach to the total health and welfare needs of the community. The need for the various causes is ever present in this age of vast social and economic changes and breakthroughs in science and medicine as we seek to raise our standards — it is only natural for communities to seek ever better quality in health, welfare and recreational services. As a result it is ever more important that each of us realiie.our part in the "United Way" and become a contributing member. Remember when you make your pledge or contribution that YOU ARE CONTRIBUTING TO TWELVE DIFFERENT WORTHY CAUSES (unless you designate individual causes, which you may do) so you are urged to make your pledge or contribution a generous one supporting several causes ALL AT ONCE. In the United Way we have a wonderful way of making good things happen for healthier and more satisfying lives for everyone in our community. We can keep it, by making sure we make it work. "*" Perry M. Collins, President United Fund of Algona, Iowa, Inc. THE L FOR 1962! M»°no1 eovtred bv Jo . ** " he .' pln8TUh . an ? f ? r man V in real need ' Particularly children, in the Algona community, and in funds are a n^accordfn n T ent '?* '^ ^ ^"1" corrective measures for defects of eyes, hearing teeth, and limbs; and nually according to need upon mvest.gat.on by the school nurse, with some 70 cases, more or less, receiving attention an- m!k U .Tpo S .5b2 0 f« "^ fH TAhR u ED CH ' LDREN ' <" ovides aid "V special day school, obtains specialist advice, and en- make ,t poss.ble for retarded ch.ldren to become more dependent upon themselves and fit into community life! t.t casing numbe S ° LD 8 '" Na ' i °"" organization "* n ' ""'ributing ^ h - t The Amencan Cancer Society, the Iowa Heart Association and the National Foundation were invited to participate m the United Fund of Algona. Our invitations were not accepted Fu C nd U i"l» i« n «n°r n M ft .'!* JI V ach ° f these a 9 enei « a 9 ai "»* participation in United . .' '!, ls . regref ' able tha » these worthy agencies did mjt join the Fund. But none of us war,, to be deprived of his right to support, through our United Fund, the research, edu- UnteY±d r wil| S h*' '">£** "\M, cure or prevent c»iwr, heart and polio disease. Our United Fund will submit the funds for Cancer, Heart and Polio and other health «U«ej "»—• for the purpose of furthering their ' CANCER CAUSES HEART CAUSES POLIO AND OTHER HEALTH CAUSES (Research, Education And Sr.-rvices) MENTAL HEALTH, An increasing prob.em being attacked and alleviated by research, service and ARTHRIT.S & RHEUMAT.SM FOUNDATION - The ,owa Chapter is very efficient in doing out,t 9 ndin fl work in W rvice and research. CAMPAIGN EXPENSE, shrinkage, office, and clerical TOTAL CAMPAIGN STAPTc,. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CANVASS BEGINS vi-uvir«i V7M 31MKI d. OCT. 8. RESIDENTIAL AREAS BEGINS OCT. 18. $ $ 1,700 $ 2,609 $ 2,200 $ 700 $ 740 $ 2,500 $ 1,250 $ 800 $ 500 $ 500 $ 400 $ 750 $15,440 Now is the time to really get into the Fall sewing mood. Our selection of beautiful Fall fabrics is terrific in every type material. There are rich cotton prints, cotton tarpoons in muted plaids, textured Shagbarks, and fabulous Woolehs to inspire you. Browse through our fabric department and you will agree that this is the place to do your Fall fabric shopping. wonderful The Woolens for Fall are especially interesting. We carry a full range of ]QQ% washable Wool flannels in addition to our many novelty textures such as Mohairs, Handsome Checks and even a few Stripes, This is the first year we have featured all Wool coatings at a very special saving to you. We have a nice selection of these coatings that regularly sell for $7.98 NOW SELLING FOR $4.98. A HOME DRESSMAKER'S "DREAM - COME - TRUE" • • • • • • • • m • • • • • • • • • • H • • • • • • • i • • • • m m • • • •

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