The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 8
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t-Algono ffa.) Upp*- D« Moirm ffrertday, ffcf. Who Bet On Yanks? ™ «? Bseba » fans Grady Phillips and Cee Taylor made a little wager «K«\ 'K C World Series ... and the outcome is depicted in the paid off C> aSt Fnday mornin g as the 'bet' was officially srae " Who picked the Yanks? Just take a look at Grady's face! W. W. Sullivan attended a pett masters' meeting at Fort Dodge on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Victor Parson* left the first of the week for New Orleans where they will attend a convention. They expect to be gone two weeks. AROUND ALGONA'' Mrs Otto Schmidt was hostess to the Staff Birthday party of the Rcbekah lodge Tuesday evening. The Sodality at St. Cecelia's church will sponsor a Living Ros- sary Sunday evening, Oct. 20 al 7:30 at the church. The high school classes of the academy had a carnival Wednesday evening at the school. Benefits are going to the athletic department Mrs Ben Potter was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Mable Lee was hostess to the members of the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Floyd Holt was hostess to her bridge club last Thursday evening. Mrs Eugene Zender and Mrs Marian LaBarre were guests. The two third grades at Bryant school taught by Mrs Ruth Whalen and Miss Sheila Rachut are grving a tea for their parents Friday afternoon, Oct. 18 at three o'clock. Mr and Mrs It. S. Cowan spent from Thursday until Saturday of last week in Chicago where they selected furnishings for the State Hotel which they are reopening soon. The trip was made by airline from Mason City. Ladies of the First Baptist church are meeting this afternoon (Thursday) with Mrs Hallard Snyder. Mrs Frank Cruikshank is assisting hostess. Devo:ions will be given by Mrs Wayne Keith. P.E.O. Sisterhood met Wed- lesday evening for a dessert .uncheon at the home of Mrs Leighton Misbach. Mrs E. P. Arnold of Spencer was gues; speaker and gave a report on the Supreme Convention. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's church were Cynthia Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Mark McGuire and Barry Kent Joseph son of Mr and Mrs Merrill Walker. Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor became the parents of their fifth child Tuesday, Oct. 8 when a daughter was born to them at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Jo Ann Ruth for her grandmothers, Mrs W. C. Taylor and Mrs A. R. Willrett. The Taylors have four daughters and one son. FARM & HOME COLD WEATHER NEEDS AT OUR OUJN HARDWARE KOHLHAAS • HARDWARE ft It's Time To Get Ready For WINTER! •:• .* FURNACE FILTERS IN ALL SIZES CLOTHES HAMPERS NEW SHIPMENT - ALL SIZES LEAF RAKES CHOPPED HAY FORKS ALUMINUM SCOOPS t RUBBISH BURNERS GARBAGE CANS BUILDING HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS & TYPES NAILS - BOLTS - ROPE U NAME IT - WE HAVE IT ELECTRIC WALL CLOCKS OIL ROOM HEATERS NATURAL & BOTTLE GAS PHIICO WASHERS CONVENTIONAL TYPE ALUMINUM WINDOWS, DOORS ELECTRIC ROOM HEATERS ALUMINUM AND ENAMEL ROASTERS ELECTRIC RANGES Bring In Your STORM WINDOWS ; For Quick Repair ! • • • We Have Full Line of WARP'S WINTER WINDOW MATERIALS PAINT AND PAINTING NEEDS KOHLHAAS Hardware Rj^W^F W^T^* ™ ^Pr ^^^^^^^P* "OUI OWN HARDWARE" Algona, lowo Mrs W. J. Sifsbee and Mr« L«la Stewart left this morning. (Thursday) for Lincoln, *Neb where they are visiting until Monday with the former's son-in- l* w and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardsley. The District Methodist Youth Fellowship cabinet will meet in the local church Sunday afternoon, Oct. 20. In the evening there will be a sub-district cab- irjet meeting. The Intermediate M.Y.F. will visit shut-ins at 5 o'clock followed by a campfire party. . the smorsMbord held ftetftflf by the American Legion and the Auxiliary is reported as highly successful. 150 tickets were sold. Mrs William Specht was general chairman, Mrs Robert Carr was in charge of the dining room and centerpieces were arranged by Mrs William Dau. Presbyterian Women's Organization is meeting this afternoon, (Thursday) at the church. Upper Room services are in charge of Mrs Lowell Lenz. A dessert luncheon will be served at 1:30 followed by the program in charge of Mrs M. H. Brower. Mrs George St. John will give devotions and the music is in charge of Mrs A. J. Huenhold. Bob Siftfetli* i«ff fu»idif lot his home at Fort Worth, Tox. after a visit here with his parents, Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz and attending the wedding on Saturday of his sister, Joan to Jerome Klepper. His four children have been here with their grandparents since early September and Pflt and Christy returned to Fort Worth with him. Bob is an industrial engineer and expects to locate soon in Minnesota so, that he can be nearer his family. Jam**, tori of Mt and Mrs Eugene Schattschneider, will be baptized Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church. Sponsors will be Robert Meine, Mankato, Minn. and Kathleen Bellinger, Fenton. The baby was born Sept. 22 at St. Ann hospital and he has a sister, Sally. Mr and Mr* Lowell Smith, Mr and Mrs Russell Buchanan, Mr and Mrs Ed Gilrnore and Mr and Mrs J. F .Milder are among the Algonans who expect to go to Iowa City this weekend for the Iowa-Wisconsin game and Homecoming. Union Boys 4 * H The Union Boys 4-H Club met Tuesday evening, 'Oct. 8. Mew officers for the coming year were installed. Jack Henry, retiring president, opened the meeting, and the meeting was closed by Howard Thilges the president for the coming year. Five new members were welcomed. They are David Gray, Lonnie Gray, Carroll Sabin, Darrel McVey and Rhonda Brandow. The club how has four girl members. NYLONSI CORDUROYI ALL . WOOLI GABARDINE! TWEEDS! FLEECESI POL. COTTON! A Terrific HUB Selection! I WEEK - END HUB SPECIAL"! TOP QUALITY $18.95 SUEDE JACKET Big! Burly! ULTRA-WARM! TOGGLE COATS NEWEST Thing in Jacket News! Wow! The TOGGLE COAT 2ft what a jacket! A big, man-sized garment thickly lined, styled to a T , and finished off with woodsy toggle buttons. In a hefty light or dark corduroy — or a sheen-like polished cotton that takes the toughest wear a jacket can get. Choose a tog- 9 u e SSLS 1111 op wi* 110 "* hood. Be sure to see the HUB'S selection of "toggles!" $14.95 up LUXURY SPECIAL! 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"Suburban Coats" were the hit of Fall 1956 . . . now, in '57. they pack still more 'style' and the 100% warmth you'd ask of any northwoods garment. Better yet, you can wear 'em for anything — and always look first-class.' A HUB Suburban Coat in one of these rough, textury tweeds or silky fleeces will be your top jacket! $18.95 up 'AINAmeriean ChoUe' - The HUB'S • SURCOAT JACKET longer - Thicker - Gridiron-Hefty! Another big HUB jacket rack! . . . filled with this, the Surcoat Jacket, choice of men who want a burly, well-styled all-purpose jacket of supreme warmth. Tweeds aod fleeces in lots of greys, lots of color mixtures, and some real sweet charcoal*. The somewhat longer length gives these Surcoais tome real punch, $17.95 up It's HUB Clothiers * Jackets **&>>^&&&tt&&x^^

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