t2-A!gena, (la ) Upper D« Moinrs Thursday, April Til, 1965 AROUND ALGONA PY RUTH SHIERK BETTY HOLT, student in musing at Iowa University and daughter of Mr. aii.1 Mrs. Flov: Holt, arrived a \vpek apo Friday to spend a week and Easter with her parents. Alan Holt, student at the Slatr University at Ames, arrived Fnda\ and spent the weekend with tlir fainih. MIKE KAIN, student at (lie University of Smith Dakota at Vermillion and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain, spent (lie Easter weekend vitli his family. Mi. and Mis. Knbeii Mumreraud .1 stud, nt at K.<lil« i S.'liool of Nuisiiii in KoolH'st'-!, spi'tit '<* st u,>0'k .vitli hei parents. Slit i' 1 - tururd (•• srh ->1 Mond.n. he Till: r>00 ( iiil> ri'. -filth house wai mine. part\ ' hom" of Mr. and A. E. (SOUP) Hripps was admitted to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Mondaj, suffering a back ailment. He is expected to re- iniin hospitalized for a week or two. - o - MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet and Sharon went to Cedar Falls Saturday to attendUie track meet there, in which their son Bruce participated. They spent Easter at Decorah with Bruce, a student at Luther college. - o - JUDY MUNGER, daughter of a siiij i ise A t \\ w u,' Mis. C,. A. VVittkopf, who re ( fiith moved to their new home ,111 E. Collcs-e Street. A pot- luc.k dinnri \\,is served ajid a f.ift presented to tin Imnorees. Attcndint wore Mr. and Mrs. Mailm Me< lilli.iuso, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Naylor, Mi . and Mrs. Ronald G.trdnt i, Mi . ami Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ashtoii, Mi. .ind Mrs. Leo Im iicrfall and Mr. and Mrs. \Vayue Il.inseu. liOO was pla\ed, with Mis. Naylor and Mrs. 1mm- erfall uinmiii; first and second prizes foi the ladies, ;uid Mr. Wittkopf and Mr. Asliton winniiii! foi men. Winner of the travel pri/.i; wis Mr. Meehlhause. - o - MRS. LLOYD Haubach was transferred by McCullough'sambul- ance Monday from the University Hospitals at Iowa City to the home of a niece, Mrs. Allen Miles, at Clear Lake. Her stay in Clear Lake is indefinite. KAYSER SPRING $135 KAYSER NYLONS 99c KAYSER K-1 Seamless Mesh Nylon* (Regularly $1 ;J5i KAYSER K-2 Seamless DRESS (Regularly $1 :<5i SHEER KAYSER K-7 Service Weight, Seamless (Regularly $1.35) KAYSER 6530 Service Weight WITH (Regularly $1.35i SEAM 99c 99c 99c 99c KAYSER K-27 Wonderloe i>tre»ch, Runless, Seamless (JU-g $1 .'idi 99c KAYSER K-14 Seamless Stretch, Romforrod Heel & Toe Regularly $1 ..l r » 99c fcu/t-. Grahams HOHERT GARMS, student at Northwest Missouri State Collppp at Maryville, returned to college Monday after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garms. MR. AND MRS. Harlan Haas ami fainih sponttlir Faster weekend with a sister of Mis. Haas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hl'imp and fainih in MareiiRo. .Saturday, (he two families visited thr Amana Colonio.s and li.irl even- inc dinner them. - o - MR. AND MRS. Kiifjene Murhipli rf'tiirned to the southwest, including Phoenix and Tucson, to re sum? a vacation there. They spent several days in Algona last week localise of the funeral of Mrs. Murtagh's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Moore.They plan to end their vacation and return about M ly 1. MK. AND MRS. Brady Rovn returned Sunday evening after spending the Kaster weekend with their daughter Jean ajid family, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shierk, and the mother of Mrs. Rovn, Mrs. Thompson, Minneapolis. - o - MR. AMD MRS. Frank Moulton and fam'ly spent Saturday and Sunday at Mitchell, S. Dakota, where they visited the parents and family of Mr. Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Sr. Their daughter, Kay, student at Kehler School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn, spent last week with her parents and returned to school Monday. - o - JOAN POST, student at St. Joswph's School of Nursing at Sioux City and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Post, spent the weekend with her parents. Guest of the Posts was Dale Day of Sioux City. - o - MRS. TED Johnson returned home from Belvidere, 111. after spending three weeks at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitzger. She assisted with the household and care of the children. Mr. and Mrs. Metzger, became parents of a daughter, Susann Elizabeth, March 25. They have two sons, Joey, 6, and Steve, 2. - o - GERRY DUFFY, Mason City, spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy. - o - SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele and a student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, arrived Thursday evening to spend the Easter weekend with her parents. She returned to school Sunday with Betty Wickwlre, a senior at the college and a daughter of M.r. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwlre of Irvington, who had also visited her fam.Uy over the weekend. - o - GUESTS OF MR. and Mrs. C. R. Bronson over the Easter weekend included their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bronson of Le Center, Minn., their daughter, Gloria and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Berge of Spencer; and their son Clyde and wife, who returned from their honeymoon trip in the south to be with the family. - o KENDRA SEELY, student at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seely, and Delthea Shierk, daughter of Mrs. C. C. Shierk, jr., returned to the college M jnday after spending the Easter vacation with their respective parents. Gas Company Will Sponsor School Program North Central Public Service Co. is sponsoring Robert Adwers of Northern Natural Gas in a high school class demonstration, featuring the more exciting potentials of a commonly used product, natural gas. The program will be presented at the high school April 27 and at Garrigan high school April 28. Mr. Adwers is director of motion pictures and audio-visual aids for Northern Natural and 'has been researching this educational-type program for several years. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado, where he received a degree in engineering. He also participated in football and baseball there and has since been active in officiating in the Iowa-Nebraska area at the college level. GUESTS OF MR. and Mrs. Ed Adams were her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lapcewich and three children of Madison, Wis. - o - MR. AND MRS. Lloyd Bohannon and Ann were guests for Easter dinner of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris. - o - GUESTS OVER the Easter weekend of Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Bourne were their daughter, Barbara and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart of Om ilia, who arrived Saturday. Guests at the Bourne home Sunday were Mrs. Bourne's aunts and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Mr. arid Mrs. Clarence Mayland of Elmore. - o - JAMES ABBOTT, student at Drake University in Des Moines, arrived a week ago Friday and spent the week and Easter with his family, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ablwtt. - o - MARILYN BLACK, college student at Cedarville, Ohio and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black, spent the Easter holidays with her family. - o - ELAINE BRUCH, daughter of Mrs. M. L. Bruch and a student at Marycrest college in Davenport, arrived Thursday to spend the Easter weekend with her mother. - o - TRUDY BETTS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Belts and a student at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent the Easter weekend with her parents in Whittemore. FIXTURES ? We feature Kohler & American Standard Fixtures. They're your guide to quality I DISPOSALS ? Have a carefree kitchen. The In-Sink-Erator washes disposal problems down the drain. WATER SOFTENERS ? Try A Bruner Water Softener. Find out for yourself how really soft water can be I Heating Units & Air Conditioners We have all sizes, styles and models. If you have a unit in mind, we have it I IF YOU'RE BUILDING, REMODELING, OR JUST LOOKING . . STOP IN & SEE US 1 We install eave troughs — rain spouts — all types of gutter work. ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING 214 E. STATE 295-5240 TO MR. & MRS. 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The family, including Mr. and Mrs. Byam and Perry, Jr. and Joan, spent Easter with another daughter, Marjorie and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nelson, Blooming Prairie. - o JAMES FINN, son of Miyor and Mrs. William J. Finn and a student at the University of Dubuque, spent his spring vacation and Easter with his parents. MICHAEL SCHMIDT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt, who attends Drake University in Des Moines, arrived a week ago Saturday to spend Easter week with his parents. Dinner guests Easter to celebrate the birthday of Gordon Schmidt Included their daughter, Nancy, and Michael, as well as the parents of Mrs. Schmtdt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoover. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS x 9 n Smug? Maybe he has a right to be! You could feel smug, too, if you knew what he knows about beautifying the interior walls of your home. He's just painted his rooms with new one-coat DA-TEX, a vinyl latex wall paint unlike any you have ever used. 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