SI, tfSt Atflarte (la.) Upper Pe» Motfltt-y CONSUMER'S . AROUND 'ALGONA ' ' • M« Jf. A. R«ld wai hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. M*« Elitabeih Post was hosfess to the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Ru*«ell Rent* has hsen elected Mother-of-the-Month for October by the members of the Presbyterian Wednesday Nite Youth Club. Pat Montag has purchased Ihe Dena Kohlhaas house on North street formerly owned by Mr and Mrs Pat Cullen now of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Joe Gresnberg had as their overnight gueat recently, their daughter, Mrs Don Alt of West Des Moines. She is the former Isabel Greenberg. — o — The Algona Volunteer Firemen are having their annual dance Saturday evening, Nov. 9 at the V.F.W. hall. No advance ticket sales are being planned. The Methodist Intermediate Young People will have a candlelight installation service Sunday evening at five o'clock. Parents will be guests and a potluck dinner will follow. Mr and Mrs William Foih became the parents of their third child when a son was born tc them early Monday morning at the Oesteopalhic Clinic. Their other children are Mary Lea and Pete Langmack is the Men's champion and Dave Everds, runner-up. Kathy Griffin won the women's championship with Mrs Lowell Smith, runner-up. Mrs Claude Slagle won the consolation trophy. Couples champions are Mr and Mrs Craig Smith with runners up, Mrs Marian LaBarre and Frank Moulton. Consolation winners were Mrs Claude Slagle ar-d Gene Hoenk. Mrs James Whittemore was winner of the first flight with Mrs James Lytle, runner up. Consolation went to Edith Welter. The second flight was won by Mrs Walter Hagen with Linda Smith, runner up find consolation, Mrs David Smith. The handicap champion is Mrs Lowell Smith and the runner-up, Mrs David Smith. — o— Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane spent Sunday and Monday at St Paul where they helped their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Wiebusch move into their new home. Mrs Wiebusch is the former Gloria Lane. Mrs Raymond Norton wan brought to Algona Wednesday by ambulance and has entered St. Ann hospital. She underwent surgery ten days ago at Park Hospital in Mason City and has been very ill. Mrs Lela Stewart went to Des Moines on Wednesday where she is visiting Mr and Mrs Heine Sjorstedt. Mrs J. P. Smith accompanied her as far as Madrid where she is visiting her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Harr. The three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will hold their annual fall banquet Saturday evening at the K. C. hall. Initiation ceremonies will follow the Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Nov. 20—C. E. Detrick sale, 5 E. of 169 & 18 junction, Vt north; or 8 west of Wesley and Vt north Machinery and livestock sale, details later. Dale Yungeberg, auctioneer; Iowa State Bank, clerk. Nov. 25—Henry Moore, complete dispersal of Registered Whitefaced cattle at Algona Salu Barn, Cylinder Bank, clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, Nov. 30—Mrs Simpson, 6 east of Burt, complete line of machinery, Burt Savings Bank clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn auctioneers. Dec. 2—Henry Moore, complete line of machinery, 8 miles north of Cylinder, Cylinder Bank clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn auctioneers. Dec. 5—Mrs Johnson, across from Frank and Em's Cnfe, complete line of machinery and sonic dairy cattle, Iowa State Bank clerk, and Yungeberg and Quinn auctioneers. Sale ads, in the Upper Des Moines reach the greatest number of families in this area—"the paper with the largest circula tjon" — and listing of sale dates is encouraged as early as possible to conflict conflicts. There is no charge for listing of dates. Contact the Upper Des Moines for co'mplete farm sale service —ads and bills, date listing, and CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S at which husbands and escorts will be guests. Mr and Mrs John Zalaznik re turned Sunday from a week's trip to California. They went by airline from Mason City. Mi Zalaznik was awarded the trip for winning an Internationa.' Harvester Co. sales contest. They visited Disneyland, ?I'ott's Berry Farm, Universal studios, a TV program and saw numerous celebrities. —o— ' Airman Third Class James Etherington left Tuesday morning after spending a couple of weeks here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Clifford Etherington. •He recently completed a training course for nurses at Great Lakes ,111. and his new assign- t is at Fort Francis E. War- at Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillip? spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week in Des Moines where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson. The granddaugh' ter Connie, 6, is recovering, frorr surgery for a ruptured appendix —o— Mrs Harry McCorkle is leaving this evening (Thursday) for hei home in Los Angeles, Calif, aftei a two weeks visit here with hei parents, Mi- and Mrs Charles Harvey. She is the former Barbara Harvey. Several courtesies have been extended her durmg her visit among them a party for old friends given by Mrs Herbert Weydert on Tuesday evening. —o-— Mrs Russell Reniz received a telephone call Monday morning from her brother, Staff Sgt. Gord»n Wegener in Cassle, Germany. Ha was inquiring about their father, Fred Wegener, who suffered a slight stroke last week. Mr Wegener is at home and improving. He has regained the use of an arm which was partially paralyzed. Sgt. Wegener has been stationed in Germany for two years. His wife and little daughter are with him. —o— Mr end Mrs Jerome Hardgrove and Chuck and Julie are moving this week to their new home in Toledo, Iowa. Their home on Call 'street has been purchased by Mr and Mrs Don Meyers. Mr Meyers is associated with the North Central Public Service Co. Jtepiisms Sunday a* 8*. Cece. lia's church were John Francis, son of Mr and Mrs John Eller; Barbara Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Edward Rich; Michelle Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph W. Simons and Gerald Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Mergen. Golf winners were swarded trophies at the dance at the Algona Country Club Saturday evening. 4«>F. -*JWd»r. «M»-jMw Harry- Greenberg-.are chairmen. You also get weather insurance If weather forces postponement of the sale, the ad and bills will be rerun with the new date without extra charge by the Upper Des Moines. • John R. Leigh Services Held Funeral services for John R Leigh, 33, lifelong resident of this area, were held at 2 p.m Wednesday in McCullough's Fu- nejal Chapel. Rev. M. H. Brower, Presbyterian minister, officiated and burial was in the cemetery at Irvington. Pallbearers at the funeral were Donald and Albert Leigh, Willis Etherington, Ralph Taylor, Curtis Gardner and Joe King. Mr Leigh died at St. Ann hospital Sunday night. He had been a patient there for the past five weeks during his final illness. John Richard .Leigh, son oi Richard and Edna Cady Leigh, was born in Algona January 16 1924, and lived his entire life at home with his parents, brother and sisters. Besides his parents, survivors include his brother, Marvin Leigh, Algona; and three sisters, Helen (Mrs Vernon Daley), Lu- Vernc; Dorothy Leigh, Algona; and Ruth E. Leigh, Denver, Colo. Employers To Be Dinner Hosts R. G. Byers Algona employers will be host to their sales employees at a Salesmanship pinner scheduled next Monday evening, Nov. 4, at. 6:45 p.m. at the High School Annex. ' R. G. Byers of the National Chambers of Commerce- and Trade Association will be the speaker. The employer-employee dinner is based 'on the subject ol as . U upgUt* to r^^JTVT v business. 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