The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1965 · Page 3
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MR. AND MRS. Matt Besch of LuVerne, and Mrs. Vic Fisher, 'Corwith, attended funeral services Monday, Feb. 1, for a cousin, Peter banners at West Brook, Minn. REV. NEWTON Coughenour and Perry Collins, members of the North Iowa Conference Commissions on World Service and Finance, were in Waterloo last Sunday and Monday, attending the mid-year budget meeting. REV, AND MRS. Newton Coughenour are vacationing in Texas,'Arizona and Oklahoma. BERNARD GOECKE, who attends Junior College at Mason City, spent his semester break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke. MR. AND MRS. Raymond Gilbert have been visited by their daughter, Mrs. Gary Berneau, David, Jimmy and Billy, Charles City, while Mr. Bernau was attending a DeKalb company meet- Ing at Minneapolis. He was a speaker at the meeting. The family was here from last Tuesday till the following Thursday. MRS. JOHANNA Hanson, Wesley, has come to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte. MR. AND MRS. John Grotte spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs, G. 0. Ukers at Webster City. MRS. ARNOLD Gerdis has been at Mercy hospital, Mason City, for a check-up. It was thought she would be dismissed Saturday. MRS. WILLIAM Manley and Jennefer and Billy are here from Phoenix, Ariz., visiting Mrs. W. A. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. James Spies at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Manley and Mrs. Spies are the former Jean and Loretta Hall, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall. MRS. ROSE HARMS was visited one day last week by her son, Ed of Titonka. MRS. ALBERT HAGG, Monrovia, Cal., was visited Friday by her sisters, Mrs. Ruby Dodds, Humboldt, and Mrs. Dorothea Terwilleger, Clarion. MR. AND MRS. W. A. Hardy were made grandparents for the first time with the birth Jan. 31 of a daughter Jolene to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardy, Woodstock, 111. MR. AND MRS. Glen Harms spent Sunday at Allison with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bauman. MR. AND MRS. W. A. Hardy were visited last week by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lundquist, Mapleton, Minn. BAPTISMAL RITES were held Jan. 17 at St. Cecelia's church for Craig Steven, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Foxhoven. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated. Sponsors were Mr. Henry Foxhoven and daughter Carol of Earling, Iowa. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon; great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. MR. AND MRS. Ernie Georg had as weekend guests the latter's brother, Allen 'Danielson, Albert City. MR. AND MRS. Vincent Esser and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goecke had as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Essfer, lowS City. MARGARET GOECKE, Mason City, spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goecke. MRS. ED GILMORE and Mrs. G. W. Stillman were hostesses to the P. E. 0. Wednesday afternoon. Program topic was "Women in Medicine" by Beverley Mawdsley and Eljean Harris. MR. AND MRS. Don Cook, Sr., former Algonans now living at Storm Lake, became grandparents when a daughter was born last Monday to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cook, Jr., Des Moines. Don Jr. is more familiarly known as "Shag". MR. AND MRS. Lewis Marshall were visited last Thursday till Sunday by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchison, Boone. MRS. ELIZABETH POST was visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson, Princeton, Minn., who were en route home from Texas. She accompanied them home and from there went to St. Paul for a visit with relatives. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Paul- stick met Mrs. Gertrude Paul- stick at Lincoln, Neb., last week and attended the baptism of Andrea Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faulstick. Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick had come from Castro Valley, Calif., where she visited her son Wilbur and family. She has been gone about two months and is now home. MR. AND MRS. Wendell Feaster were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sigsbee, Iowa City. ROBERT, SON OF Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag, has been transferred from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., to Fort Lee, Va. MR. AND MRS. Herman Funk were dinner guests last Sunday of their son, Fred and wife at Humboldt. MR. AND MRS. Richard Furst, Cedar Falls, were here last week for a few days and visited various relatives and friends. They were supper guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst. MRS. C. A. Geilenfeld, Mrs. Emma Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Boettcher, and William Dreyer went to Austin, Minn., last Wednesday to attend funeral services for Ernest Jacob, 61. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Graham took their son Gary to Ce- ;:;w:*w<£}#M$w;:W:WK-:*:W^^ I Afeef LuVerne Seniors I JAMES LENZ Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lenz of LuVerne. His favorite pastime is hunting, and his favorite food is shrimp. Jim's favorite song is "In Crowd". Jim's plans for the future are indefinite. His senior subjects are English, office practice, shop, economics - government. Jim's pet peeve is two-faced people. SUZANNE BLAKE Sue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake of LuVerne. Her senior activities are cheerleader, band, twlrler, mixed chorus, and class secretary. Sue rates eating as her favorite pastime. Her favorite food is barbecued ribs, and her favorite song is "In Crowd". Sue plans to attend Hamilton Business College in Mason City after graduation. Her subjects this year are English, government, bookkeeping, home economics, and economics. Her pet peeve is two-faced people. Sue gives this advice to underclassmen, "Make the best of high school while you can, because you don't get a second chance." dar Falls last Monday, He had spent his semester break from college with his parents. MR. AND MRS. Vernon Hagg are parents of a daughter born Jan. 5 at St. Louis, Mo. The infant has been named Letha Ann. Mr. Hagg is the son of Mrs. George Miller. DR. AND MRS. P. 0. Dorweiler have received word that the latter's brother, Earl Hutchison, Waterloo, is hospitalized. They will go to see him later. MRS. HAROLD Hobson is confined to bed with an ailment not yet completely diagnosed. The U. S. used 2,600,000 tons of aluminum in 1964. Whittemore fty Art Htldtnwlth Eileen O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, has been selected for the cast of "Hansel and Gretel", annual musical for the children at the College of St. Mary in Omaha. Eileen is a junior majoring in speech and drama. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach and Mrs. Adelia Meyer of here, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch of Lotts Creek were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Myrtle Rusch in Fort Dodge in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. William Ost- wald, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bell and Keith Seely of here, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Jr., and David of Laurens, Luanna Meyer and Barbara Grelnert of Des Molnes, attended commencement exercises Friday of Carol Lee Ostwald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald, who completed the practical nurses training program at the University at Iowa City. Carol will be home two weeks during which time she will take state board examinations. She will then go back to Iowa City, where she will be employed in the hospital. Fred Helmke is a surgical patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Herman Wlchtendahl entered St. Ann hospital Thursday as a medical patient. John Van Heise, who was released from St. Ann hospital Thursday, is recuperating at the home of his nephew, Mr. and Mrs. James Butter. William Gade is recuperating at his home after being released from St. Ann hospital Friday. Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, is reported as getting along nicely. Barry Ostwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ostwald, underwent an appendectomy atEtn- metsburg, Sunday. Sheryl Grimm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grimm, entered the hospital In Emmetsburg as a medical patient Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Garmon Adams attended funeral services at Humboldt, Wednesday, for a cousin, Major Marvin Adams, 41. Major Adams was killed in a plane crash Jan. 13 at Mannheim, Germany, where he was stationed with the United States Air Force. Thomas Teeter, son of Mrs. Martin (Butch) Potratz, enlisted in the Air Force in Spencer Thursday, went to Sioux Falls, So. Dak. for his physical and from there was sent to Lackland Air Force Base at San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gee- Ian, Whittemore, and Mrs. Dave Fritzgerald, Sac City, left Monday for Des Plaines, 111., where they attended the wedding of the former's son, Jack Geelan, to Virginia Miller, which took place Feb. 4. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Geelan of Algona left for Des Plaines by train Jan. 31. The neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Tu««day, F«b. 9, 1965 Alejona (la.) Upptr DM Meln«t-l Vern Bormann pleasantly surprised them at a housewarming party Tuesday night. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Origer, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haag, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker. The Walkers and the Harold Haags won prizes and Mr. and Mrs. Bormann were presented v/ith a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, Jr., recently left Lake City, where Mr. and Mrs. Maahs were employed as technician and nurse. Mr. Maahs entered the University at Iowa City. ENDS WED. - "FATHER GOOSE" THURS. thru SAT. FEB. 11 -13 ALGONA RICHARD WDMARK OEOROE CHAKIRIS ^.dnPMVISlOH rd SMHHM5E «»».="- UNITED URTISTS FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA Plus 2nd action thriller' CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE OF PASSIONS AND GREED! ATTENTION KIDDIES! ALGONA SAT., FEB. 13 at 10 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. WONDERFUL STORY OF A BOY AND HIS AMAZING UNDERWATER FRIEND' Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer grutnti « the fabulous dolphin MiCIIVII METROCOLOR PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS Free Admission With Approved Dental Card FREE Tickets are available at all participating Dentists In County. Tickets Otherwise — Regular Admission ATTEND THE MORNING SHOW FOR BETTER SEATING 3 BIG DAYS-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. - Feb. 11-13 OPEN THUR. 8 FBI. 9 to 9-SAT. 9 to 5 FOR THIS BIO EVENT! Ladies & Gents WATCH BANDS WHITE & YELLOW GOLD STAINLESS STEEL 50% OFF Large selection of Silver Holloware Some Sterling piece* up to 75% off reg. price Our regular stock. 16 PC. VERNONWARE Accent Azure REG. $26.60 SALE $9.95 5 PIECE COFFEE SERVICE [COFFEE POT TEA POT [SUGAR CREAMER WAITER REG, $79.50 SALE $49.50 NORITAKE CHINA 54 pc. SET REG. $104.10 SALE $79.50 3 PIECE SALAD SET $4.95 Large Selection of GLASS & GLASSWARE Up To 50% Off Large Selection of China up to 50% off Silver SALT & PEPPER REG. $4.95 SALE $2.49 BONE CHINA B - 5 pe. PLACE SETTINGS REG, $238,60 SALE $144.50 DIAMONDS LADIES AND GENT'S DIAMOND RINGS DIAMOND DINNER RINGS DIAMOND PENDANTS PEN SETS NAMES YOU KNOW 50% OFF AND MORE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LEATHER GOODS AT COST AND LESS \ UP TO ONE-HALF OFF! LADIES WATCHES REG. SALE White gold, 17 Jewel _$ 69.50 $34.95 Yellow gold, 17 Jewel 24.95 15.95 White gold, 17 Jewel, 6 dia. 100.00 49.95 White gold, 19 Jewel 49.95 23.95 White gold, 17 Jewel, 4 dia. 85.00 39.95 White gold, 21 Jewel ___ 39.75 19.95 5 White gold, 17 Jewel, 8 dia. 125.00 59.95 J Yellow gold, 17 Jewel ___ 29.95 17.95 14 K solid gold, 6 dia. 150.00 69.95 GENT'S WATCHES REG. SALE Yellow gold, 30 Jewel automatic __$ 75.00 $39.95 Stainless steel, 17 Jewel automatic 32.50 14.95 Stainless steel, 17 Jewel waterproof 39.95 19.95 Yellow gold, 17 Jewel automatic _- 49.95 29.95 Yellow gold, 17 Jewle calendar ___ 59.95 39.95 Stainless steel, 17 Jewel automatic 49.95 29.95 Yellow gold, electric 110.00 44.95 Stainless steel, 17 Jewel waterproof 49.95 24.95 Yellow gold, 17 Jewel waterproof 45.00 29.95 99 PC. SET Japanese China REG. $99.95 SALE $69.95 LARGE GROUP OF OUR BETTER Ladies Jewelry 50% OFF Sterling PICKLE or RELISH FORK With Serving Dish REG. $9.00 SALE $2.95 PEARL BEADS 89c ALL SIZES ALL LENGTHS ALL COLORS Earrings To Match 89c 52 PIECE SET SILVER PLATE With Chest REG. $99.95 SALE $59.95 GROUP OF BABY JEWELRY & SILVER 16 PIECE SET STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE REG. $28.95 SALE $5.95 (Just ONE of These) RINGS

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