The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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Algona (lo.) Upper DCS Moine*-HJ Thundoy, April 22, 1965 ^——---- _ . __ .. . ± _.. 2 County Girls Ready For A Trip To Europe SEXTON - T*o younp ladies, well known to this aroa, &re In the midst of plans for ft trip most folks just dream about. Karen Sieler, daughter of Mrs. Martin Sieler, and Marilyn Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson of Algona, are enduring the pain- ftil shots necessary for the tour of several European countries they will make this summer. Miss Simpson is also the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings of Sexton. - o - Although Mr. and Mrs. Jennings might like to join their granddaughter, they did accept the invitation of another granddaughter to attend her wedding at the Little Brown Church at Nashua on Saturday. They also attended the wedding supper at the Supper Club in Algona for Carolyn Sabin and her new husband. The former Miss Sabin is a daughter of Leo Sabln and the late Mrs. Sabln. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hlx entertained the Victor Fitch, Timer Harms and George Hix families at Sunday dinner after they all attended the confirmation ceremonies at the Presbyterian Church HI Algona at which time David Hix was a memlxr <>f the confirmation class. Art Hix will bp taking his mother, Mrs. George Hix, to Rochester this week for another checkup at thp hospital. Another resident hearting for the hospital in thp opposite direction is Frank Prnisman, '-Uio uill enter Veteran's Hospital in l)es Moines this week. It was much bettor news at the Nell Ophrim homr HIP past woek, for as unbelievable as it sounds, Mrs. Oplioim became a great-great aunt with the birth of a daughter, Angola Genevia, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim /augg of Algona. Mrs. Zauggistlieformer Alice Jean Stobbins, daughter of Mrs. Clair Hovey of Sexton so the now baby addfd a proud new grandmother with hor arrival. If the past week is any example the summer is going to Ix? mighty hard on the younger generation. As the result of a tame game of Statue, Sharon Hix is now wearing a splint on one hand for a cracked bone in one finger, while Kathy Pruisman needs a new pair of glasses after a missed ball in one of the first games of the season. Mrs. Wilford Ward and Melvin took advantage of the Easter weekend to visit the new home Wilford has found for them where he is working at Norway, Iowa. Since the house Is a former parsonage there should be plenty of room to entertain former neighbors who would care to stop by but it might tie a good idea to wait until they get a little more furniture moved and settled. Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Gol- uitrer were Easter callers at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Weydert. Mrs. Leo Kirschbaum was the Easter dinner cook this year as Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode and family were guests at the Leo Kirschbaum home for the day. After a number of natural disasters like snow storms and floods, the time may finally have come for the big move. At least Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim are once again fastening tilings down as they have been told their trailer may be moved this week to .Sioux City. It looked like new business might really be the on order for this summer when so many of the local "big operators" headed for the auction of the government bins and quonset buildings at the elevator. But they must have all been going just to look as Uie rumour came back that not a one did any bidding and the government is stuck with the buildings. And they would have been so nice for any num- ber of new tmstness enterprises. It Isn't until you cut down A hip tree that you find out how many people still burn wood to keep the house warm. SENECA Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Brown and daughter spent Easter at the home of the former's sister and family, the Al Hewitts, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft attended the Silver Wedding Open House honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus recently at Burt. Mrs. Everett Wltham vas one of the Charter mombers of the Four Corners Mother and Daughter Club honored Tuesday evening when the club celebrated its 50th anniversary with a banquet at Van's Cafe at Algona. Other charter members in attendance at the anniversary included Ruble Walker, Rose Sabln. Rena Cruikshank and Violet Walker. Mrs. John Streucker has resumed her teaching duties at Armstrong following a few days recuperating from an accident enroute to Armstrong. Mrs. Helen Knowles of Midelia, Minn., has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Patricia, to George Hattle of Seneca. STOP AT OUR BOOTH AT THE HOME SHOW SEE THE ONE AND ONLY OVEN cleans itself... electrically// J756 30-INCH AUTOMATIC WITH CUSTOM BUILT-IN LOOK • Automatic Rotisserie • Meat Thermometer • Automatic Sensi-Temp® Surface Unit • Chrome Reflector Pans and Trim Rings • Automatic Grill. MANY OTHER NEW AND INTERESTING DISPLAYS i Ask for demonstration 1 ALSO SHOWING AMERICA'S FAVORITE MOTOR BIKE WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED THE HONDA DEALER FOR THIS AREA. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF THIS FAMOUS MOTOR BIKE DURING YOUR VISIT TO THE HOME SHOW. During the past few years a new concept in two-wheel transportation has swept the country ... one that is growing more popular every day. Its cause is an amazing two- wheeled vehicle called HONDA. Engineered For Safety Important safety features have been engineered into the modern two-wheeler. The very nature of its design affords these three safety advantages: 1. Its visibility is virtually unlimited. With no overhanging bulk or expanse of reflecting glass to obstruct the view, motoring takes on a whole new persjwctive... a sense of complete command and self-assurance. If blind spots exist, they are the rider's, not the machine's 2. Its ease oj handling has never been equaled. Effortless steering, cornering and performance put the two-wheeler in a class by itself. Once you have discovered this new sense of motoring freedom, driving an automobile seems an exhausting chore. As for the daily parking problem, that becomes something you used to worry about 3. Its controls are so simple, aure and uccenmble . . . even a child could master them and they are instantly accwmible to the rider at all times. And talk alxnjt efficient braking' A two-wheeler such as the Honda will htop in ,j fraction of the distance required to stop an average automobile NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER STILL AVAILABLE... SITES IN ROBINSON'S 56-ACRE SUB-DIVISION ... every lot HIGH and DRY 00 (ITU 0 Lll 10 tD DIRECTLY ADJACENT TO U.S. HIGHWAY 18 (on the north) AND THE ALGONA COUNTRY CLUB (on the southwest) . . . 56 BEAUTIFUL ACRES in NICELY WOODED, HIGH GROUND AREA. The Finest 20 Residential Homesites In Algona-? Sold In The Last 10 Months - All For High-Type Homes. 1 —They average Vi acre in size, in a variety of shapes as illustrated in the above plat. This is equivalent in size to three average city lots, 2 —Every lot will have access to a road, all level with road. An vJUrt/ W*"^ , access roacTiSlI lin^constructed. 3 —The entire area is well located with an attractive, natural wooded setting, but not detrimental to construction. 4-The Sub-Divider will build the - necessary roads to all lots. 5 - Here is the first open opportunity in years for choice new Algona home lots at varying prices dependent on choice. THERE WILL BE NOTHING COMMERCIAL IN THE AREA . . . BUYERS HAVE FULL FREEDOM IN CHOICE OF CONTRACTOR AND HOME DESIGN. GENERAL CONTRACTING and CONSTRUCTION REMODELING - REPAIRING TOWN or COUNTRY E.E.ROBINSO ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. ALGONA (East on Hwy, ALGONA 295-3818 Phone 295-3374 Home Phone 295-2325

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