The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1965
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INDS W6D. * "THE GREAT ESCAPE" MAY 5 p| us "GERONIMO" DRIVE-IN THEATRE % A L COM A , IOWA THURS. thru SAT,, MAY 6 - 8 THURSDAY IS "BUCKNITE" THE WHOLE CARLOAD FOR $1.00 With a SINGLf man a girl can have HOPE... Wifh a BAILOR / she can have a ball / PiARy from first page to last blush , ... ifs a sizzler! IT? A SORT OF RU«IAW ROUtETTC v ... USING "PRETTY GlRlS INSTEAD Your Lucky Entertainment No. - 295-7171 tueiday, May 4, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Dei MolpM-3 ENDS TUCS. • "JOHN GOLDFARB PLEASE MAY 4 COME HOME" WED. thru SAT: MAY 5 * 8 NONE BUT THE BRAVE ALGONA IN COLOR STARRING f, -• .vflr.w >•;•*• * FRANK SINATRA CLINT WALKER-TOMMY SANDS BRAO DEXTER • TONY BILL- SAMMY JACKSON- f/ffSUYA MjHASHI -TAKESHI KATO — PLUS COLOR CARTOON — '&na~ttpa&h, ^LQA^fUcn^ui^ MR. AND MRS. Budd Lawson, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler, are returning soon from near Clearwater, Fla. where they spend six months in their trailer house in a court there. The other six months are spent at their farm home at Wesley. A FAMILY gathering was held recently at Mrs. Grace Martin's at Goldfield. Present were Cleo, who teaches at the University at Iowa City, William McDonald, who teaches at Champaign, 111., "and Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin, Goldfield. WORD FROM Mrs. Dara Mendenhall, Laramie, Wyo. is that her husband, who is seriously sick in the Veterans hospital at Cheyenne, now recognizes her. Mrs. George Stewart, daughter- in-law of Mrs. Mendenhall, has come from Phoenix, Ariz, to be with her awhile. MRS. ROSE Sigsbee and Mrs. Fred Will are visiting relatives for several days, Mrs. Sigsbee at Lincoln, Neb. with her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Beardsley and family, Mrs. Will at Omaha, with her sister, Mrs. Henry Neuman, and she will also visit her son Milton and family at Council Bluffs. DR. AND MRS. Dean Koob and family were recently at Sigourney for a visit with the parents, Mrs. Kenneth Koob and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cook. MRS. RHODA Bonar has a. sister Mrs. Grace Yount who lives at Olympia, Wash, where the recent earthquake did considerable damage. Fortunately Mrs. Yount was not in the danger zone. MR. AND MRS. Joe Bradley Jr. spent from last Sunday till Wednesday at Minneapolis where he attended a General Motors school. MRS. J. H. Nielsen is recovering rapidly from major surgery and has been home several days. She was a patient at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. MIKE SMITH, son of Mr. and ro rHE E1 « for MOTHER'S DAY . CHOCOLATES OF COURSE! COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF BOXED CANDY A WOMAN NEVER FORGETS A MAN WHO REMEMBERS! THUENTE PHARMACY MICHAEL, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, was home on a ten days leave recently from San Antonio, Tex. where he is in service. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Lewis are being visited by the latter's sister, Mrs. John Smith, Joplin, Mo., while her husband is in Minneapolis eight days on business. MRS. LOWELL Smith has returned from a visit in Chicago with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp have been visited by her nieces, Mrs. Al Tomoson and son Dennis, Morris, Minn., Mrs. Stanley Tou- tges, Hemmlngs, Minn., and Mrs. Alice Olander, Kallspell, Mont. MRS. LEON Martin and Mrs. Carl Nelson went to Clear Lake Tuesday to visit Mrs. Don Kajewski, former resident here. MR. AND MRS. Leon Martin went to Milford Tuesday evening to attend the Milford relays. Friday Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Joe Tschetter went to Spencer to see the relays. Mrs. Craig Smith, and Larry Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Elbert of Whittemore, students at St. Marys College, Winona, Minn., were delayed a week in returning to school because of the flood conditions. They were able to drive back last Sunday. They had come home to spend their Easter vacations. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Donovan went to Okoboji last Wednesday and remained over the weekend, getting their cottage ready for summer occupancy. MRS. GERTRUDE Faulstick spent Friday at Lotts Creek with various friends. WALTER BRADLEY spent a couple of days last week at Minneapolis, attendingaG.M.C. meeting. MRS. MILTON Dahl had as dinner guests last Sunday her son, Craig Vinson and family, and his son, Tom and family, Rock Rapids. MRS. C. N. Robinson and daughter Mildred spent last Sunday at Milford with Mrs. Robinson's sister, Mrs. Pearl De-" rn.Muth.--~They were accompanied* as far as Spencer by Mr. and Mrs. William Geering, who spent the day with Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black and family. MRS. VINCENT Matz is a patient at St. Ann hospital. The children are being cared for by their grandmother, Mrs. Julius Matz of Wesley. MR. AND MRS. Sam Medin are leaving soon for their summer home at Wpman Lake, Minn., and were supper guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. C. N. Robinson. MR. AND MRS. Marvin Clements were recently at Jefferson and Pacific Junction where they visited the mother, Mrs. Maude Clements and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Myers, respectively. MRS. CLARENCE Metzger Sr. has returned from Campbell, Calif., where she went to be with her daughter Shirley, Mrs. Cal Calleson, who had major surgery in a hospital at San Jose. Connie Metzger, another daughter, is now employed in the California Surity company at San Jose. While there, Mrs. Metzger attended the first communion of her grandson, Kirk, and also the observance of his eighth birthday. Mrs. Metzger Sr. has received announcement of the birth March 25 of a daughter Susann Elizabeth to her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Metzger at Bellevue, 111. MR, AND MRS. Warren Andreason were recently at Clarkfield, Minn., to see Alonzo Wharton, uncle of Mrs. Andreasen, who had been dismissed from the hospital. From there they went to Morris, Minn, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wheeler. DR, AND MRS. P.O.Dorweiler have returned from a vacation of a few weeks, which began with a visit at Des Moines with Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Decker. From there they went to Kansas City and visited with Mrs. Rachel Brown and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mullare, then to the Ozarks and various points in Arkansas. JANE, ELEVEN month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Graettinger, was dismissed Tuesday from St. Ann hospital where she had been under treatment for pneumonia. Mrs. Graettinger's mother, Mrs. W. H. Judge, has been here from Ames but will conclude her visit the latter part of the week. for Mother on Mothers Day... /The perfect remembrance for Mother's Day is flowers or plants. Come in today and see our complete selection of cut flowers, long-blooming plants and beautiful corsages. r We send Mother's Day flowers anywhere ALGONA GREENHOUSES Make a splash with Gems of the Sea HIEW Bursting into fashion-leaves and swirls and sprays of golden or platinum-toned Trifanium set with simulated pearls. Matching earrings, $4 to $6. Prices plus tax. ALGONA >w*mx»ttw&xM»^ SUREriTO PLEASE 10M You'll be sure to make Mom happy with her gift from your Coast to Coast Store. Gifts priced to fit anyone's budget. Make your selection now ! I 4 qt. Texas-Ware MIXING BOWLS 98e 18pc. LUNCHEON SET reg. $3.98 $1.99 LAWN CHAIRS 53.99 11 pc. TEFLON COOKWARE SET $19,88 M*va(n«M>*MiMMn><«M<<M«*i W^qpqpMtm* »*»»«»»'»imf****** *>w»< lidn WV HAIR DRYER rn. $21.95 SQ 07 ROD & REEL Crystal Clear WASTE BASKETS West Bend Immersible COFFEE MAKER 16 pc. GLASS SET Special $1.98 6 pc. STEAK KNIFE SET reg. $8.95 $2.99 I TV PILLOWBACK RECLINER reg. $79.95 $59.95 ex. I COAST TO COAST STORES ED WOLF, Owner USE OUR E-Z PAY WAY PLAN ALGONA - ^4^M*<>«^>j^»giK>^

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