The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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\ fi-Algena (la.) Upper De» Molftt* Tuesday, December II, 1962 Dora Mitchell is now n resident of the Rotary Ann Rest Home at Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdrnan went to Wesley Friday to visit the David Youngwirth. Mrs Ida U'illkopf had as guests last Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Kossick, Marshlltown. Mrs James Walker attended funeral services last Monday at Williams for John Norem. Mr and Mrs Earl Sheppard had Mr and Mrs Harold Haag of Whitlemore as dinner guests Friday. Risssrll Pirki'it of Ankenv. Iowa had major surgery Friday at the Lutheran hospital, DCS Moincs. Mrs Howard Low man was guest of Mrs Leota Hanselman at the Trinity Ladies Aid Society Christmas potluck dinner Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Wayne Granthnm came from Iowa City a short time ago to visit with the mother, Mrs Frances Grantham. Mrs Leonard Malueg has returned from a pre-Thanksgiving visit at Homewood, 111., where she visited Mr and Mrs Kemper Huber and family. Karbara Lati. who attends junior college at Mason City, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Leroy Lau. Mr and Mrs James Walker are being visited by Mr and Mrs Char les Walker and Chuck and Cash of Gochenburg, Neb. Mr and Mrs Tom Verhuel wen at Monroe last weekend visiting with the mother, Mrs James Ver huel and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Nolin Judge G. W. Stillman is spending from Wednesday through Saturday at Iowa City attending a judicial seminar for all judges in the state. Mr and Mrs Wallace Erdman have purchased the Oran Hudson house on West McGregor street and moved there the latter part of November. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Maurice Hutzell of Des Moines and the mother, Mrs Daisy Hutzell, Adel. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera arc leaving soon to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Don Johnson and family. They will possibly remain /or several weeks. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Zeigler returned Wednesday from Detroit, Mich., where they had gone via plane to visit Mr and Mrs Mark Cassells and family. Mr and Mrs C. G. Venteicher were at Rochester, Minn., last Sunday to see the brother L. A. Venteicher of Osage who is a medical patient at the hospital. Mrs John Henricksen of Ames has been spending the past week with her mother, Mrs Bertha Pommer. Mrs Pommer is making very good recovery from recent eye surgery at Mason City. Mrs Phil Kohlhaas has as guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs Clif Livedalen, Mpls. She returned to Minneapolis with them and Sunday went by plane to visit her sons, Vernon at Washington, D. C. and Dean, Arlington, Va., and their respective families. She also planned to visit with Phil in Richmond, Va. She will be gone about six weeks. Mr and Mrs Alfred Scherer were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Mike Loners at Swea City. Mr and Mrs Ernst Thiel left Monday for Sacramento, Cal.. and will spend a couple of months with Mr and Mrs Ray Kusmussen. Trlna. eight year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Pnrrish. is home from St. Ann hospital where she had an appendectomy last Sunday. Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson and family and the parents, Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson, Fenton. spent last weekend at Minneapolis and attended Cinerama. Mr and Mrs .lake Godden took the letter's sister. Mrs Roy Clark. Burl, to Iowa City Sunday. Mr Clark will have major surgery Monday at University hospital. Mrs Ida /.umacli Irft Saturday for Minot. N. D. to attend funeral services Monday for her sister. Mrs Hattie Janz, 72. who had been in poor health for some time. Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and Judge and Mrs G. VV. Stillman accompanied Dr and Mrs Ralph Weber of Bancroft to Ames Sunday to attend the Christmas Festival of Music. Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser had as guest last week the former's cousin, Art Spear of Sherburn. Minn. The men plan to go to Des Moines this week and will visit Mr and Mrs Dick Fraser. Mr and Mrs Edward Green have been visited by the former's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Henry Brewer. Minong. Wis. The Greens spent Sunday at Sheffield with Mr and Mrs Keith Shephard. Mrs Willis Marshall and her sisters, Mrs Charles Sorensen, Corwith, and Mrs Wendell Jergenson spent a day last week in Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Joe Wahrer, to whom a daughter was born Nov. 18. Dale McBride who attends col- ege at Abeline, Tex., will be home Dec. 15 to spend the holidays with lis parents, Mr and Mrs Walter McBride. The son. Carl, and his wife will come a little later. Carl attends Texas A & M. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber and Mr and Mrs Oliver Carlson went to Minneapolis Wednesday to hear tfie St. Barnabas Nurses choir >resent their Christmas concert at Southdale. The Gerber daughter, Judy, is accompanist for tHfe group. Marilyn and Nancy Lowman are expected from Califorina to spend the holidays with the parents. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman and svill be arriving Dec. IT. Marilyn teaches physical education at Lynnwood and Nancy attends college at La Sierra. Joe Willger accompanied by George Faber, West Bend. Joe Faber, Hodman, and Alfred Miller, LuVerne, to Fargo, N.D. to attend funeral services Friday for Henry Faber, H2, brother of Mrs Joe Willger. Mr Faber had been in failing health for some time. Mr and Mrs Tt-d Larson have returned from Madison, Wis., where they have been since before Thanksgiving with Dr. and Mrs William Hobbias. A son was born to the Hobbins Thanksgiving day and has been named Theodore Andrew. Other children In the family arc Bill, Christie, Debbie and Cindy. Mr and Mrs G. M. Studer and Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson attended the annual Christmas party given by the Lindsay Co. of Algona at Algona Dec. 8. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mr and Mrs Jack Lickteig entertained their 500 club Dec. 2. Mrs Charles Nelson, the former Corn Co. nnnunl Christmas party Cecelia Eisenbacher, was n pat ient several days recently in an Iowa City hospital. She has been confined to her home and to her bed part time for the past three months with a heart condition. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson attended an all-day Pioneer Seed at the Hnnford Hotel, Mnstm Oily, Dec. 6. Mr nnd Mrs Frnnh Hmiptly went to Mnrnthon one day rfetnif- ly where they nttomhM funeral services for n former neighbor, Marshall Hnrtly. Cvl. HntipHys spent Moiulny ewninfj \vilh thr> TTmurtlyft of flnrner. Mr nml Mrs Wnlly Olson nnd family of Council Nluffs spent w*rftl days lust \vwk In the par- nnlal R. M, Olson home. Mr ami Mr* Clarence Nelson nnd family |>lan to spend Chrlst- \vllh his mother, Mrs Rose of t,l\T>rtnoro. Women's Missionary Society meets Dec. 12 in the church parlors for election of officers and pot luck lunch. Circles 2 and 3 held a joint Christmas party Dec. 5 in the Methodist church parlors. There was music, games, gift exchange and pot luck lunch. This GIVE THE Wonderful idea for a "different" gift—a Savings Account here in the name of your favorite person (or persons). Make it for any amount you wish. We'll enclose the Savings Book in a handsome gift-card with space for your own tonal greeting. per- Soring* Acexmf Wt b «t B* *»« r. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA SINCE 1917 IOWA FAMOUS NAME BRANDS SPORT COATS & SUITS Wide selection of all your favorite patterns and colors in many styles. Alterations made free before or after Christmas. Beautifully Gift Wrapped. FROM MCGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS This Christmas, as in others past, McGregor sport shirts will remain as one of the top gift choices . . . many styles, all colors, just about every pattern. $3.95 to $5.95 GIVE HIM A HANDSOME NEW HAT! SWANK JEWELRY Here's a gift that carries that little something extra . . . Swank jewelry is known the country over as the finest in its field . . . our selection is tops too. From For lounging or dress wear, a Campus sweater makes an ideal gift for young and old alike ... in stock in all-new colors of the finest wool . . . you name the size, we've got it. $1.50 $7.95 to $18.95 VAN HEUSEN DRESS SHIRTS There just isn't any gift more welcome than a Van Ik-usen Van-a-lux wash 'n wear white .shirt . . . it's the finest all-cotton shirt . . with no "drip-dry" resins. We do guarantee it and the cotton itself is self ironing. BY WEMBLEY Choose from our rack upon rack of ties . . . either the regular or the new popular "redi-ty" . . . just snap on and you are ready to go . . . hundreds to choose from ... all colors. $5.00 $1.50 MASTERBUILT SLACKS There just aren't many men that have enough slacks ... so why not see our collection. Our size and selection is unsurpassed. Give him a gift certificate in any amount and let him pick out his favorite hat he will truly appreciate. .95 up JOCKEY UNDERWEAR What more practical gift could you give that would be appreciated so much. Fill up his drawer with shorts and T-shirts that will fit and be comfortable. $1.25 - $1.50 LEATHER GLOVES You just can't miss finding a fine pair of leather gloves from our stock . . . warm- lined and dressy, we have them in every size and we've got lots and lots of them. $3.98 INTERWOVEN SOX Another famous-brand name at the HUB . . . the dress sox that are the finest . . . stretchy sox or regular cottons ... in many patterns and just about any color you can imagine. bit ROLF BILLFOLDS For something just a different choose from our • big selection of ROLF billfolds, of finest leathers in many, many styles too. $1.00 pair $3,95 to $10 ROYTEX ROBES For lounging, after a bath or just plain comfort, a Boytex robe is a dandy gift for any man . , , we have them in all fabrics, sizes and colors. A price range that will fit most any purse. $9.95 to $13.95 VAN HEUSEN PAJAMAS Buy him several pairs of these coat and middy styles in stripes, checks or solids. Van Heusen Pajamas are broad cut, to fit and be comfortable. DUNHAM SLIPPERS Winter means long nights around the house, watching ; TV, reading, etc ... and it means drafts too ... if his old slippers are beginning to look it, see our wonderful collection of Dunham slippers for Christmas. $4.25 to $5.00 $2.98 to $5.95 OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS THIS WEEK • PLENTY OF EXTRA FRIENDLY CLERKS TO ASSIST YOU • FREE GIFT WRAPPING

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