The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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8-Algona (la.) Upper De* Maine* Tuesday, November 13, 1962 arc- Mrs William Mnrshnll nnd Mr Richard Burt. Mrs Lnmont VVoi Icnclorf will give the program. A welcome hnnir parly for Rev nnd Mrs Newton Coughenour is bring planned by the congregation of I he Methodist church for Sun P*f AROUND AU3ONA . Mr and Mrs (ierald Haas art- parents of an eight pound, two ounce son born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. —o— Mr and Mrs \V. .1. Finn spetil the Weekend at Iowa City where they visited their son, Jim. a freshman at the State I'niversity. —o— Couples Club of (he Methodist church met Sunday evening for a family pot luck dinner. Mr and Mrs Clinton Godclen were chairmen of the committee in charge — n- Mr and Mrs Russ Buchanan and Mr and Mrs James Kolp spent the weekend in Minneapolis attending the Iowa-Minnesota football game They also visited former Algonans. Dr. and Mrs Robert Morton. —o— Attending the Iowa - Minnesota football game over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Dick Post. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman, Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson, Mr and Mrs Charles McVay and Mr and rMs Ed Gilmore. Mr and Mrs Frcil PaniiUuk wore at Rancroft Sunday In attend an open house for Mr and Mrs Jim McCiirthy who were c.Tiitlv at Waterloo. Mrs Kdward Meyer of Chicago came by plane to Mason City Friday and is visiting her sister. Mrs Craig Smith here nnd at the par enlai J. N. Flemings at Whine- more. —o— \Vord lias been received bore that Mrs Earl Richards, the form- day. Nov. in. lu< k dinner. H will be a pot The Coughenours been on a month-long mis- sum io Brazil. Mrs Dorothy llfggins was visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Don Sylvester of Sioux City. They were accompanied by Roger Maris' mother-in-law, Mrs Grace Corvell of Independence. Mo. Mrs Corvell is the former Grace McDonald of Whitlemore. Louis Kelley, Jim .Johnson and i the home of her mother, UTS Jen- Paul Gugeler were drivers and Mrs nie Bratland Monday. Other guest. Kelley served on a discussion were Mrs Richard Blomker o P ancl - Hardy, Mrs Jessie Silbaugh, Mrs Paul Silbaugh, Rodney Silbaugl \nrlheasl Deanery of Catholi FJsie Reed, suffered a severe , 'Youth Organi/alion will have a heart attack recently at her home in Yakima. Wash, i/ed (here. school music festival in Al She is! Pfi'' 1 Wednesday, Nov. 14. A higl i mass will he said at St. Cecelia's _ . ra'.hoiic i-huri-li at 11 a.m. and Heeenl baptism* at St. Cecelia's i program. "Nntions in Song" will Catholic church were Mark Daniel son of Mr and Mrs William Res tenlehner; Anne Leone, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest J. Fickelhert: and Patricia Ann. daughter of Mr be presented at the Garrigan auditorium beginning at 2:15. —o— Members of the M< '.hodist Youth Fellowship attending a district and Mrs An —o— Ruth circle of Un- church will meet (Tuesday) Mawdslev. meeting at Estherville in< liHed ! Cheri Roeckholt. Gail Fiizpatnck Presbyterian | Carol Teeter. Linda Sands, Peggy Sihutter, Tom Hanni. John Si-hut"with M r s Assisting Richard! ter. Tom Stark. Phil Taylor. Glenr hostesses i Tschctter and I.eRov Brims-. Mrs Several Knssuth county women will attend the bi-annual convention of Iowa Council of Republic an Women Wednesday and Thurs day at Des Moines. Attending from Kossuth will be Mrs John Schutter, Mrs L. L. Riter, Mrs A F. Agena, Mrs Marc Moore, Ava Simpson and Clara Amesbury of Algona; Mrs E. P. Frederickson. Mrs Elsie Lockwood, Mrs G. H. McMullen of Burt and Mrs Robert Bolenus of Wesley. —o—. Eight Specs card club met \Ved- lesday with Mrs Lester oJhnson., D rizes were received by Mrs Harold Hobson, Mrs Beecher Lane, Mrs W. J. Sigsboe and Mrs John Dutton. Algonans attending the Iowa Minnesota football game at Minneapolis over the weekend included Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival, Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan ,Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson, Mr and Mrs Floyd Holt, Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton and Mr and Mrs J. F Milder. Ottosen News Mrs Sherman Silbaugh of Humboldt celebrated her birthday at and Mrs Richard Christiansen Humboldt, Mrs Harold Dale 01 Dakota City, Mrs Laura Halsruc of Bode, Mrs Mina Wehrspann Mrs Merle Halsrud, Mrs Anna Purdy, Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Howard Thompson. The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday with Mrs Joe Traub and Mrs Sam Kropf as hostesses. Devotions were given by the president, Mrs Loren Daniel. Mrs Ivan PJvenson showed slides of the work of the church. Mrs Evenson also gave meditation. The treasure chests were turned in at this meeting. Mr and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk were weekend guests at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Rudy Berninghaus Jr. at Glencoe Minn. They also called on Mr and Mrs Clifford Carlson at Gaylord. LeRoy Worby was released from Lutheran hospital Monday. One group of American Lutheran church women, with Mrs Harold Mountain as chairman, held a bake sale and served lunch at the new home of Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem Tuesday. 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LADIES' BRAS white Cotton A B or C Cups 2 for 88c Beacon Blankets Solids, Plaids & Stripes. Wide Satin binding, $5 values $2.99 SEE ZENDER'S HARVEST OF VALUES IN QUALITY, FAMOUS NAME BRAND CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS .... 1st Quality — Seamless NYLONS 2 pair 88c LADIES OR GIRLS SNOW BOOTS Black — Waterproof — Warm Ladies $2.77-Girls $2.44 X-MAS WRAP Large 6 roll box, 26" wide $1.98 value BRACK'S ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 8 Flavors. Reg. 69c Ib. Kiddies' Jackets GIRLS-BOYS-INFANTS Sizes 2-14 $3.98 to $7.99 Values $ 2i Off Sxtra Heavy Cannon Best Quality BATH TOWELS $1.00 Values. Solid Colors LADIES' DRESSES Best Quality — Prints & Solids $2.98-$3.98-$4.98 Values Your Choice $1.00 Off Ladies 7 Sweaters $3.98 to $5.98 Values Assorted Colors & Styles Your Choice $]oo Off BEACON Sheet Blankets 60" x 76" Size Asst. Plaids LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES $3.98 Values - New Styles 2 for HEAVY DOOR MIRRORS 16 x 60 Size Double Strength $4.98 Value 300 Count TYPING PAPER $1.00 Value FILLER PAPER 2 pkgs. 99c K K1

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