The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 6
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6-Alfleno (la.) Upper 5e» Motnei Tuesday, November 13, 1962 Miss I.ppk Honored A miscellaneous shower for Dolores Leek was held Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church. Hostess committee were: Mesdames James Baker, Lewie Fraser, (!ene Faulstich. Hanney Leek, Win. Leek, Richard Frambach. Otley Chcrland, Carl Reynolds, Werner Struecker, Herman Bassie, Emil Elmers, Ernie Georg, Howard Lowman, Albert Pergande, Dick Groen, Betsy Weber, Irvin Gallon, Gary Green, Henry Kinne, Garei Leek and Pat Schneider. Mrs Werner Struecker was master of ceremonies. A program was presented on the life of Dolores. Lois Groen read a poem. Joan Leek acted as bride. Lois Dau pantomimed "James Hold That Ladder." Coffee pourers were Mrs Geriko and Mrs H. Bussie, Pat Schneider and the honoree's sister, Luana Leek helped open gifts. Decorations were by Clara Reynolds and Luella Cherland. Miss Leek will be married to James Bierstedt, Whittemore, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Friendly Club The Kivenlalr Friendly Club me! Wednesday ;H the home of Mary Evelyn Faber, \vilh Mario Reman assisting. Tho mooting was opened by vice president A r I o n o Simon. There was one guest, Mrv- Goorgo Wildon. Lunch was served by the hostesses, (in Doe. "i, Huh members and their husbands \\ill go In Van's cafe for 7 o'clock dinner and ilie annual Christmas party with a gift exchange. Host ftlnnor The Kossuth County Fair bbarc entertained department workers at dinner at the Algona hote Wednesday evening. Shower Honoree A miscellaneous shower was held at Trinity Lutheran church Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11, for Pat Schneider, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, who will be married to Charles Hartwig, Kanawha. Nov. 18. The program was in charge of Mrs Phil Diamond. Hostesses were Mesdames Earl Armstrong, Phil Diamond, Dick Meyer, August Schmidt, Raymond Funk, Arnold Meyer, Melvin Meyer, W. B. Ridge. Alvin Johnson, George Schneider, Philip Schnei- j der, Edwin, Leo, Lloyd, Roy Kuen- hast and Elma Kuenhast. liirllxlay Honored Mrs Dick Meyer gave a family dinner a week ago Sunday honoring her husband's birthday. Those in attendance wore Kov and Mrs Ben Meyer. Lone Hock, Mr and Mrs Wesley Meyer and Coleen, Elmore, .Minn., Mr and Mrs Bert Meyer, Marvin Rippentrop, Marilyn Hippentrop, Mr and Mrs John Kippeiurop and Mr and Mrs Harm Kettwich. Titonka. 90th Birthday Honors Mrs Mary Seiler of 209 S. Heckert St., Algona, will be honored Sunday, Nov. 18, on the occasion of her 90th birthday which will be Nov. 19. Open house for friends and relatives will be held for her from 2 to 4 at St. Benedict hall, St. Benedict. No gifts are requested. Circles To Meet ..Circles of Methodist \VSCS will meet Nov. 15 as follows: Sept. with Mrs Joe Tschotter, Oct. with Mrs Rex Voyles, Nov. with Mrs L. R. Walker, Dec. with Mrs Fred Bartholomew, Jan. with Mrs D. F, Dewel. Feb. with Mrs T. C. Hutchison, Mar. with Mrs Max Bartholomew, April with Mrs L. J Malueg, May with Mrs J. D. Cash. June t with Mrs Warren Brokaw. June 2 with Mrs Jim Johnson. J. C. Kain. S Mrs George Kain gave a party Nov. 6 for her son J. C. Kain, who was eight years old. Guests wore Larry Barnes, Bobbie Doclds. Mark Miller, Howard Raney and | Dick Stratton. A part of the refreshments was fortune cookies sent by the honoree's sister, Manbel, Denver, Colo. Women's Club Met The Plum Creek Women's club met last Wednesday with Mrs Jean Bcnschoter, with eighteen members and four guests present. Mrs Maud Jergenson gave the program. A list cf new library books was given and a review of "Oh Yea — Jigs and Julip." Mrs Leonard Olson lias fpturem from LaCrosse, Wis. where she had been with Mr and Mrs Pau Mnrsch (o whom a son was recently born. The infant weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and has been named Jack Leonard. Mr and Mrs Don Christensen were visited over the weekend by Iheir son Larry and wife of Fort Dodge. They also spent some time at Ruthven with the parents, Mr and Mrs Leonard Schmidt, who recently moved there from Bode. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris attended the Iowa-Ohio State football game at Iowa City last week and wore guests of their son and his wife, Mr and Mrs Jerry Ferris. Frora there they went to Davenport to visit with their daughter Pal, who is employed at the Annie Whittenmoyer home. Mr and Mrs Charles Kox were visited last week by their (laughter, Mrs Jim Van Allen and children Cindy, Tony, Tim and Tom. | Dos Moines. Mr and Mrs Keith I Campbell had been in DCS Moines ' attending a bankers convention 1 and took Tony and Tom home with them for a few days' visit. They i brought the children here to join ! the tamily for the return trip j homo. | Mrs John Dnl((in lias returned ; from a ten-day vacation and visits \ with her nieces and husbands, Mi- Kenneth Martin of Union City. Mo. where she made her first stop and ' with them drove to Miami. Ariz., : to see Mr and Mrs Marvin Horr j and at Tucson. Ariz, they visited Mrs Amolda Wermersen. The women arc the former Elda, Esther and Amelda Lavrenz, all former residents here. NOTICE OF HEARING ON AN APPLICATION FOB A PERMIT AUTHORIZING CONTINUED WITHDRAWALS OF WATER IN KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA N-.'Ki' is v -'Mt'by given th;it there is nov. up. !ih> in the Oilier of the IMV..I N.iU.i.tl Resources Council. State HiM.st . I )• s Mimies. lowj. nn npplica- •ion Mum Ch.ulcs R. Kuhicek for .1 nut ;u!thinmng continued withal .rA.ds MI v.nter in the mnximum t) liintily of 4!] 1 ncre-feet per \enr nt .1 m.iMmum r;itc of 1.53 ncie-feet per rl \ duiniR the period May 1 to Anglo Hi each venr from the East k DCS Mimics River adjacent to land for nriq.ntion of farm crops tins land comprising about 2H-} acres generally described as Government Lots 7. 8. » and the SE'-i of the NE', and the NE>, ol the SE^ of Section 11 and Government Lot 4 of Siction 14 all ill TSMX. RWW. Kossuth Coun' 1 .. IM-A.I Tins use of water was auliio:i/ed h\ loua Water Permit No 71!') v. liuh (\rined Novenibei ;l. HMJ2. N'otuf is further given that a pub- Hc hearing will be held at 1:00 P.M. on December 7, 19(12, at the Office of the W.iler Commissioner, Stnto House, Des Moines. Iowa, nt which time and place or nt nny adjournment, the Wn- lor Commissioner or his Deputy will adopt evidence of record to this "use of water and will accept further evidence either in support, of or In opposition to the granting of n permit. Aliy pet- son deslrliiR to nppe.ii 1 nt Ihe h'enrhiR herein announced must file n written (tpppnrnnro nt 'he Office of the. Water Commissioner on or before December ;i, 1062. R. G. Dullard Water (.'ommlssloner . . ,-,-- ~., ('15-40) ^ *4/w«*~4A**""4/w*-~'^^ TOYTOWN is now open \ ""ftgssX featuring hundreds o£ TOY and GIFT; SELECTIONS * ; 'j at NEW LOW-LOW PRICES BOMGAARS t BEN FRANKLIN WffffWfMWMff.VWJWWWJVMfJWJfJWJWWW* .fe :/• -^ —• K VALUE!! Value is not seasonal at this store. You get FULL VALUE at THE CHRISCHILLES STORE whether you buy your merchandise in August, October or December. The main thing is QUALITY, something that goes into every piece of goods sold here. QUALITY AND A BIG, WELL ASSORTED STOCK, that's what bring customers back to the CHRISCHILLES STORE year after year, generation after generation. We have family customers who have traded here for 50 to 60 years. Just ask yourself this question —would folks trade at one store for over half a century if they didn't get VALUE RECEIVED? MORE and MORE MEN and BOYS are making the HUB CLOTHIERS their headquarters for fall & winter clothing ! There is a Reason for this ! ! 1-BRAND NAMES You can choose from Michael Stern, Don Richards or Heritage suits . . . each of them the very finest in their own price range. You'll find only famous name brands in every department at the HUB. i Right now we are showing 100 brand new winter coats at exceptionally attractive prices. SWWVWW '^^ L:,i=:,, 2-FAIR PRICES There's a real dollar value in every suit or topcoat offered at the HUB Clothiers in Algona ... no matter what you pay, you are assured of top quality for your money. That's why peoplo keep coming back year after year to the HUB. MARGE SELECTION You'll find a wide selection in the most desired colors and fabrics in suits for Iowa wear in the fall and winter months. Again this year, you'll find our store bulging with only the latest styles. Our selection is complete. -EXCELLENT FITTING You can always be assured of a perfect fit when your suit bears the HUB CLOTHIERS label ... our alterations are accurate and fast . . . ask any man from Kossuth County who bought his last suit from the HUB ... it fits. SUITS $39.95 to $75.00 Topcoats $39.95 to $55. Reap A Harvest of Values This Week • Van Huesen Shirts $4.25 up • Wembley Ties 1.50 • Interwoven Socks 1,00 • Freeman Shoes 11.95 yp • MeOregcr Sport Shirts — 5.00 • Campus Sweaters 7.95 up • Jockey Underwear 1.25 up • Swank Jewelry 1,50 up • Dobbs Hats 11.95 • Masterbilt Slacks 9.95 up ."^"-HUB LIAMS ALtiONA.IOWA yV**'***VV i * e ^«^% ! "«'^'' ii "*VV^"wV^^

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