The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1962
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More Blondes Around Lately I [[••••••••^•HaBi^-^^-^-— I When it comes to women's (and girls') fashions, about all you hear any more is WIGS - WIGS - AND MORE WIGS! for nt!nrnAf l . here were kind enol 'g h t° Pose l,f.«?VT^ PCS Moines Photographer wearing their version of the latest ad -wig-hats (or hat-wigs), we couldn't keep it straigh At any rate, nobody around the office was brave enough to tell the sals to go comb their hats - so they must be wigs The foursome consists of, from left to right Paula Ostwinklo r s°c V h e onf arb Ku f henreu ^er and Kay VouJton al? st^den s ' schools — and wig owners These four are not the only hat-wig owners in the area, for a check »-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 27. 1962 with local stores that sell the latest in headpieces showed us that ' " " Pr ° bab ' e many ° thers W|U a ' s ° be ° f 'i Cm u as become more P°P ular than the real wig t™ i A", ha ' r b ? artistes) P° ssib 'y due to the fact there S thing d ' fference in the cost ~ S3.99-$5.98 to $75 or $250 for the The hat-wig can be worn at least two ways - as a wie or as a k iHhfiK ilm the H° nly differCnCe Between wem^gU a a Th,t n IM • K ?' r Spray makes the hat into a wig. graving) g confusing enough for now. (UDM Flashfoto-En- Wesley Man's Parents Fefed; Wed 5(1 Years Wesley — Mr and Mrs R C Bauer and Mr and Mrs Dean Ricke attended the golden wedding anniversary dinner and receotion Nov. 8 in the Duncan Catholic church for Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes were co- nosts for his parent's anniversary dinner and reception. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs John R a Th r Ra " ended the ""PC 1 Ralphi Bauers spent the evening with his parents, Mr and Mrs R C. Bauer. Hurt ID Crash Mr and Mrs Anton Pearson 3fJ It ,. N ? v - 16 - 17 in Des Moines with their son, Gary and his wife They returned to Des Moines Nov 19 following word of their daughter-in-law's serious injury in a car crash. Gary was less seriously injured and was not hospitalized. His wife underwent emergency surgery. 6 • She is a teacher in a Des Moines school . Birthdays Honored Mr and Mrs Tony Seiler were Thanksgiving Day guests in t'V home of their son, John Seiler numboldt. Other guests were the LeRoy Sellers of Cedar Rapids Uie C. D. Nobles and the Dale Swaneys, Britt, and the Lew Heif- ners, Renwick. The family dinner party also honored several birthdays Honorees were Charles Noble Jr who was 19 Nov. 22, Mrs C D' Noble whose was on the 21st, John Seller whose was the 24th and Le Roy Seller, who will have one Nov. Jim Seiler and family live in Tucson, Ariz. Cattle Entered Ben G. Studer has entered nine purebred Shorthorns, three polled Shorthorns and an Angus in the contests of these breeds, at the 1962 International Livestock Exposition, held in the Internationa) Amphitheatre at the Chicago Stockyards. Cash pries of $130 000 are offered in competition's featuring 37 different breed of farm animals. Belles Meet The Belles of Boone met Nov 10 at the J. p. Studer home with nose Studer as hostess. Three lessons on babysitting were presented to the thirteen members and four visitors by Melinda Matern, Elaine Eliason and Jean Schulz. The group voted to send $:i to the Community Chest. Program chairman Melinda Maturn elected the program committee to make the schedule for the coming year Members of the committee include Jean Schulz, Rose Studer and Janet Schulz. Plans for the Christmas party were made. It is to be held at the Schulz home Dec. 8. Mrs Chloie Simpson, Mr and Mrs Stanley Simpson and Karen were Sunday dinner guests of the Bob Lewerkes of Britt. Other Simpson relatives there were the £p°n y n ^ G n rb<?rs ' Aigona - and the Kenneth Donovans of Spirit Lake Mr and Mrs Wayne Lybargei and family O f Denver, Colo spin Ti? 1 \ 2G with her Pa«nts. Mr and Mrs Mike Flom. Roger Flom of Ames also spent the holiday vacation at home. Mrs Sophia Stalzer was recently released from St. Joseph's hos- P ' al -Jt. Dodge. Her two sisters. Mrs Mary Klostermann and Mrs Rose Stassen of Marshalltown spent several days with her Mr and Mrs Bill Koppen and Jeffrey were Thanksgiving day guests of the Bob Lickteigs of Aigona The women are sisters. Thanksgiving day guests in the Leander Seefeld home were their daughter, Mrs Louis Maharas husband and family of Sioux Falls, S. D. Lois Becker of Hamilton College Mason City, and Duane Becker of Mason City Junior College spent he holiday weekend in the parental Ray Becker home. The Harold and Nick Webers LeRoy Grandgenetts, Diane Alt man, John Roeder, Mrs Calvu vleineeke of Jamaica were Nov 18 guests in the George Roeder home near St. Benedict. The fam ily dinner honored the birthdays of the Messers Harold W>_>be"r" George Roeder and Meinecke. Jim Meinecke remained for a two week visit with his grandparents the Nick Webers. His parents Steve and Mark, went to Dallas Tex. to visit his sister and family several days. Thanksgiving day guests at the Rich Reiling home were the Stan Johnson family of Britt and the Gayle Studer family. The Everett Ackersons had as their Thanksgiving day guests the Marvin Ackersons and Douglas of Fenlon, Clarence Ackerson and Mrs Viola Studer. Mr and Mrs Herman Lyons of St. Paul, Minn, spent .several days over the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman and with other relatives. Other Thanksgiving day guests at Hild- mans were Linda, Janelle and Jacqueline Lyons and Jack Clausen of St. Paul, Mr and Mrs Bob Kam and the Richard Kam family of Aigona and Matt Hildman Sexton. Thanksgiving day guests at the Jack Kutchara home were Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich, Bob and Dick, Donna Mae Bleich of Anita Mr and Mrs Will Hauptlv, Mr and Mrs Harold Euschen and family Mr and Mrs Vern Olson and baby, Mr and Mrs Bud Kutchara and family of Bode and Mr and Mrs Melvin Arndorfer. The Tom Vitzthums of Laurcns i and the Luke Youngwirths joined the parents, Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum at a Thanksgiving day dinner at the latter'.-; home Mr.-, E. N. Kaloplostos and children of Mason City were Friday guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Georuu Vitzthum. Mr and Mrs Armin Adolf of Wor- thmgton, Minn spent Nov Itj - |<; with his sister, Mrs Wm Martinek and Mr Martinek. Rev. John D. Engles was eucsl speaker at a Union Thank^'ivint' service Wednesday evening "NOV U, m the Methodist church He is a former pastor of the- Buffalo Center congregational church and he his wife and son are living in a Ray Kollasch apartment ,. Tu , esuda y c lub met Nov. 20 in me John Muehe home In lieu of a esson Mrs Bill Koppen supervised the packaging of 12 Thanksgiving boxes. They voted to send money to Woodward to buy Xmas gift" for children. There will be no gift exchange at the Dec 11 meeting. Scott Davis left Nov. 20 for Elgin, 111. to visit his sister Mr<Vaughn Nicklin. He had spent f weeks here with another sister Mrs Chloie Simpson. His home is in Ottumwa. Mr and Mrs Tony Seiler, their three daughters, the Dale Swaneys and the C. D. Nobles of Britt and the Lew Heifners of Renwick and one son John Seiler and family of Humboldt attended the family dinner party and open house for Mr Seller's mother, who was 90 year old Nov. 19. The party was held Nov. 18 in the St. Benedict parish hall. The Good Will Industries Truck will stop in Wesley Dec. 11. Pupils of Garrigan, Aigona and St. Joseph's parochial school here had holiday vacation from Tuesday afternoon till Monday. Pupils in St. Joseph's had eye tests Tuesday morning. Mrs Edna Mae Klein, assisted by Mrs Jeannine Ackerson, Mrs Rita Youngwirth and Anna Mae Hirner, conducted the tests. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Pitch Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the Donald Ringsdorf home were Mr and Mrs Brink Shipler and Dale of Swea City, Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf and Mrs Amelia Pohle- mus, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf all of Burt, and Mr and Mrs Bob Seefeld and Bret of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Henry Radmaker homes and also to attend the Titonka Alumni event. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks entertained Thanksgiving Day the following guests: Mr and Mrs Guy Dimond of Britt, Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean of Wesley, Daryl Sparks of Ames and Jim Sparks of Cedar Falls, Mrs Merwin Dimond and family of Aigona and Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman of Forest City. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow, Linda and Douglas were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Richard Bristow home at LuVerne. Other guests were Mr and Mrs George Harms of Redfield, South Dakota. Mrs Clara Marlow and Mrs Velma Olson of Burt, Mrs Bill Marlow a sister of Mrs Clara Marolw, from North Dakota, Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth of Lone Rock, Mr and M_f§ Larry Olson and Mr and Mrs Ariel Olson, all of Adair, Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family of Burt and Mr and Mrs Wayne Eckels of Britt. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen and family were Thanksgiving Day guests in the parental Harvey Finley home. Grandmother, Mrs Olga Vaglo of Estherville was also a guest. Emma Finley of Aigona came ? riday to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs Billy Christensen. Thanksgiving Day guests in the Bernard Meister home were Mrs Meister's parents, Mr and Mrs R V. Cox of Fort Dodge. Dennis Meister was also home from Mankato and brought a school mate, David Drashner, whose home is in Alaska, home with him for the holidays. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson Mrs Effie Teeter and Donna and Bob Arend, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Broesder, Mr and .Mrs Walter Brandow and granddaughter, Jean Brandow, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Harvey Larsen home- Several Portland Ladies attend- MUTUAL FUNDS? INVESTORS MUTUAL, INC. INVESTORS STOCK FUND, INC 1 INVESTORS INTER-CONTINENTAL FUND LTD INVESTORS SELECTIVE FUND INC* INVESTORS VARIABLE PAYMENT FUND' INC >Uf «> INSURANCE AND v & FACE-AMOUNT CERTIFICATES? INVESTORS SYNDICATE OF AMERICA, INC. Jouk ^fn#€atw4 man tomw^^ ••installment-type" face-amount certificaTesHe a£o off* 2 life insurance through INVESTORS Syndicate Lite 6f * For prospectus-booklets on any of these mutual' fund* „. on face-amount certificates, or for information on I "e Insur ance, call telephone number below Or elm .£c! the shower Tuesday evening at the V.P.W. Hall, Aigona, in honor of Donna Teeter. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch spent Thanksgiving Day with their daughter and family, the Forbus otiltz' of Livermore. Mrs Mae Rnney and Mrs Fern Young called at the Ray Fitch home Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harold'Becker visited in the Martin Becker home in Aigona Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray McWhorter flew to Sioux Falls Wednesday where they attended the funeral of Mrs McWhortcr's cousin, Ben Hannah. From there they flew to Dubuque to spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Thomas Johns and family. They were expectec home Friday. Several Portland families attended the funeral Tuesday of Mr.' Harold Andreasen. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan and family of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Jesse Dugan of Aigona were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Ralph Dugan home. Richard Dugan, who has been attending college at Maryville, Mo., was also home for the holidays. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen and family, Burt, Mrs Elvira Christensen, Aigona, and Mr and Mrs Roland Christensen and family of West Salem, Wis. were guests for a late Thanksgiving supper at the Roger Schmidt home Friday evening. Thanksgiving Day dinner and supper guests in the Jesse Harms home were Mr and Mrs James Harms and family of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Andrew Harms and Brcnda of Burt, Jenny Harms of Titonka, Ruth and Helen Harms of Aigona, Leroy and Gary Davis and Roger Bullock of Burt. Mr and Mrs Rudolph Peter and Duane Peter of Burt were Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the Johnny H. Harms home. Thanksgiving Day dinner and supper guests in the Victor fitch home were Mr and Mrs Dwieht Ruse, Mr'and Mrs George Hix Doan, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hi\' Sexton, Mr and Mrs Tinier Harms' Titonka Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch, Harlan and Beverly Al gona, and Mr and Mrs Clifford Young, Titonka. IF IT'S NEV.'j. WE' WANT IT OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, fiij nc equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co Ai- gona, across from new Municipal o ^ •" in -then you'll really love browsing through our store . . . These delightful reproductions have pioneer picture- book charm with today's practicality ... to "spice up" any Colonial setting I The graceful, authentic designs in warm brown tones add unusual decorator interest. Come in ... see these and many other accent pieces . . . finest chairs, sofas and correlated groups, too. Choose Early American for quiet beauty and never-changing charm ... at Read's budget- pleasing prices. Be Sure You're Right Just Bring Us Your Dreams . . , Our Decorator will assist you in furnishings of excellent taste . and stay within your budget. Be Sure You're Right You always buy with confidence at Read's. We feature only QUALITY bra nd home furnishings. Satisfaction is guaranteed . . . with budget terms to suit you. First in Style, Quality and Selection

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