The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 10
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tft-Alftofla. (la.) Uppar D*t MoinM thtirtday, Aprtl 1, 1965 Ujll New Owner Of Elk Cleaners MR. AND MRS. Howard French have returned from Phoenix, Ariz, where they spent two months with their son Russell and family and many friends. MR. AND MRS. Fred Kent, Sr. have returned from Pompano Beach, Fla. where they have spent a few months. They spent part of thp time Hi Rebrin« T wlUi their son Fred jr. ana family and saw Mr. and Mrs. Walter "Dutch" Lorenz and Mrs, Lorraine (Emery) Sewardy, former Algonans. MR. AND MRS. David Merryman and family have returned from Fort Sill, Okla. where they have been since Sept. 24. David, a member of the National Guard, attended school for a course In Associate Field Artillery' and a course In weapons. MRS. JOHN Bahr is expected home early In April from Sacramento, Calif, where she has spent the winter with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nelson. SCOTT MILLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller, plans to enter Simpson College at Indlan- ola in the fall. MRS. MARGARET Reid Is going to Fort Dodge In about a week for a check-up at Lutheran hospital. She was a pat- lent there a few weeks ago and Is improving nicely. MRS. ELVIRA Monlux had her son and wife Dr. and Mrs. Willlam Monlux, Ames, as weekend guests. MR. AND MRS. Loyola O'Brien have been visited by their four year old granddaughter, Janine Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart of Denver, Iowa. Her two year old brother Douglas has been at Burt with the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Web Stewart. Thp parents came Sunday to take them home. MRS. ROBERT Dransfeldt Is at St. Ann hospital, entering last Tuesday for treatment of a back ailment. MR. AND MRS. Frank Ostrum had Patty Peterson and Steve Ostnim as dinner guests Sunday. DEGREE OF hono r will meet April 5, at the Izaak Walton hall. Rose Smith, Bea Baldwin and Joan Baas are the committee. ROYAL NEIGHBOR Lodre will meet April 12 with a final convention practice slated, at the Izaak Walton Hall. Rebekah Lodge will meet the following evening, April 13, at the same hall. Betty Galbreath and Julia Johnson are the committee. MR. AND MRS. Martin Potratz of Whtttemore took in the Sport Show in Des Molnes last week and also visited Nancy Lowman, daughter of the Perry Lowmans, who is employed by an Insurance firm there. Tom Teeter, son of Mrs. Potratz, arrived home Thursday evening from basic Air Force training and will report back to Forbes Air Force Base, Topeka, Kansas, after his furlough. MR. AND MRS. James Gade became the parents of a 7 Ib. 2 oz. daughter born March 19 at St. Ann hospital. The Gades Tiave a son Doug, 3 1/2, and another daughter, Dawn, 2. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade, Algona, and Mrs. Helen Johnson, Burt. The little miss has been named Jilleen Helen. MR. AND MRS. Luther Fairbanks Jr. were visited over the weekend by the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helmers, Des Moines. Wally Hill, a lifelong resident of Algona, took over ownership of the Elk Cleaners this morn- Ing, April 1. He purchased the business from Bob Perry and Hill Norman, who had operated It for many years. The former owners will continue to assist him In learning details of the business, for the time being. The new owner Is a 1948 graduate of Algona high, is married, and is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill of Algona. For the past 11 years he had been employed at the Hub Clothiers. MRS. KENNETH Klckbush plans to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tegelund, as soon as the weather Is more favorable. The Teg- lunds have moved from Clarion to Goodell. ,MR. ANP MRS. Murray Mowers are expected home Friday from a vacation trip to Jamaica, flying from the UJ3. They are en route home via car and had reached New Orleans, La. and phoned to the parental Charles LaBarres, with whom the children have been staying. MRS. K. D. LONG has been at Joliet, 111., since Mar. 12 visiting their daughter Marie who teaches school there, Mrs. Long will be home this weekend and will again be cashier at the Drive- in theatre. MR. AND MRS. William Ludwig had as dinner guests last Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Manus and children, Burt. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey. MRS. KATHERINE McMurray was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday night and placed in an oxygen tent. She Is now improved. CHARLENE LA BARRE, Ames, spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris. DR. LEROY Strohmanattended the American Society of Dentistry for Children Thursday at Minneapolis. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis returned last Tuesday from a three-week visit at Yuma, Ariz., with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clell Johnson. En route home they stopped at Monet. Mo. to visit Mrs. Lewis' mother, Mrs. A. B. Montgomery. MRS. CLINTON Lighter went to Humboldt Wednesday for a visit of Indefinite length with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Peterson. AT THE First Methodist church on Palm Sunday, April 11, special service of baptism will lie held at 3 o'clock. If you or your child plan to have this rite administered, please contact the pastor or church office for details. ALGONA UNION Good Friday service will be held April 16 from noon till 3 pjn., with cooperating churches participating in the First Lutheran church. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Steele have returned from Lexington, Net), where they were with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erpeldlng and family. Mrs. Erpeldlng had minor surgery and is recovering nicely. The Erpeldlngs were transferred from Mason City last August. MR. AND MRS. Robert Arend have purchased the home of the late Mrs. George Kohl and will take possession April 1. JOHN ARNDORFER was visited one day last week by his son Len and wife of Wesley. MR. AND MRS. C. R. McQuiston attended funeral service.? at Des Molnes recently for the former's aunt, Mrs. Bertie Scott, 87, who had been at Mercy hospital several weeks. Mrs. Scott at one time made her home with the McQuistons for a considerable length of time. AMY JOHNSON and Mrs. Robert Bonette were visited Thursday by Dennis Elman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elman, Lakota. He is a grandson of Mrs. Johnson and nephew of Mrs. Bonnette. He is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval base, but is home on an extended furlough as he fell on steps aboard ship and injured his back. MRS. HERB Hedlund went to Spencer Thursday to spend the day with her mother Mrs. Neva Munger. TRIPLET LAMBS Tom Iverson, Spencer, now has three new lambs - one born on a Thursday and twins born the following Sunday morning by the same mother I Announcement As of April 1, I have taken over Ownership of THE ELK CLEANERS, with the assist- ance of Bob Perry and Hill Norman. Your continued pa- tronage will be appreciated. - WALLY HILL I Is this any way to choose a wall paint? You bet it's not. Not when two simple words will bring you the best-covering interior wall paint you've ever used: New DA-TEX. This one- coat vinyl ta'fljf jp'aJnt is superior because it is Densi- tized. New DA-TEX clings to your brush or roller as no ordinary wall paint possibly can. Developed by Davis Paint Company, it dries in just 23 minutes with no painty odor. You've read about new DA-TEX in LIFE magazine. Now try it yourself. Choose from a host of bright new colors at Sailer's Davis Paint "Store, Algona, Iowa. 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