The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
Page 10
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, (la.) UpfMr D« MelnM Thursday, Jun* 17, 1965 Riflif AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK DR« AND MRS. Joseph Rooney •pent l*Jrt Friday at the New Inn it Lake Okoboji where the doctor attended a medical meeting. The family plans to move In two weeks into their new home on South Minnesota street, which fiiey recently purchased from t)r, and Mrs. C. L. Plott. MARGARET DURANT had as Callers last Friday Hope Bemiss, Shirley Garfin and Catherine Wagner, all of Mason City. Mrs. Garfln and Mrs. Wagner were fsthfbltors at the Sidewalk Art Show. MRS. KIRK Hayes and her mother, Mrs. Melvin Bourne, are spending today (Thurs.) and tomorrow in Des Moines. Mrs. Hayes is attending an organ work- Shop, conducted by Prof. Baunders at Drake University. Mrs. Bourne is attending a state board meeting of the D. A. R. at the Hotel Savery. DR. AND MRS. D. J. Shey were hosts at a Hawaiian luau at their home Saturday evening. This was the culmination of the season for Mrs. Shey's bridge Club, with the losers entertaining the winners and their husbands. Guests appeared in Hawaiian dress and were presented with a lei upon their arrival. Part of the evening was spent on the lawn and the meal took place In a large room in the home, which had been decorated for the occasion. Included on the menu Were many Hawaiian dishes. 'Hawaiian games were played and the group participated in Hawaiian dances. Assisting hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom,Mr.andMrs. Joe Straub and Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strohman. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob and Mr. and Mrs. John Hood. LT. COL.AND Mrs. Robert Clapper and sons, Omaha, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towiie. MR. AND MRS. Rotert Winter became parents of a daughter, Jennifer, June 10, at St. Ann hospital. MRS. TOM ZENDER, Minneapolis, is spending this week with her. parents, the R. B. Wallers. MRS. HELEN JOHNSON of Algona attended a high school reunion of her graduating class of 1920 from Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln high school recently, at Council Bluffs. A HOUSEWARMING was held at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frideres here June 12. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Pfeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Merv MR. AND MRS. Paul J. Thilges and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr. of Bode, accompanied by Mary Thilges and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann of Algona, visited Sunday at Epworth with Father John J. Thilges, Rev. Thilges is attending an annual retreat at St. Paul's Mission House. DR. AND MRS. Daniel Bray and their younger children returned early this week from Kansas City where they visited a sister of Dr. Bray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sebus. Dan Bray, Jr., left Tuesday by plane for New York where he will visit another sister of Dr. Bray and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dowd on Long Island. June 22, he and a cousin, Pat, and two friends will leave Bale-Comeau, Canada, to work ar -.adet seamen on the freighter Santls Guzana and will work their way to Europe. They will then tour Europe during the summer and expect to return some time in August. Betty Bray, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bray, will leave Saturday for Patterson, N. Y., where she will be a counsellor for the summer at Camp Brady. She and two friends, who will l)e at camp with her, plan to visit Washington, D. C. after the camp closes. Betty expects to return home about Sept. 1. MRS. CARRIE Bourne, mother of Dr. Melvin Bourne, and a patient at St. Ann, is reported to be making satisfactory progress. Bill Bourne, son of Dr. and Mrs. Bourne, left last week for Iowa City where he is attending summer classes at the University. He accompanied Mrs. Harvey Reid to Iowa City, where her son, David, is also enrolled for the summer. Dr. and Mrs. Bourne spent last weekend at their summer home on Lake Okoboji. MRS. RICHARD NELSON, the former Cleone Crawford, and baby son Andy, Aurora, Colo., arrived June 9 and are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Crawford. Mrs. Nelson will attend the tenth reunion of her high school class Saturday evening. She plans to return to Aurora about June 25. USED CARS INTRODUCING A NEW 25 MONTH USED CAR WARRANTY USED CAR & TRUCK WARRANTY (jOK) 50% THE FIRST 30 DAYS 15% ON PARTS AND LABOR FOR NEXT 24 MONTHS TAKE THE WORRY OUT OF BUYING A USED CAR OR TRUCK BUY AN (OK) USED CAR AND BE SURE ^^^^ * ^y -—*• WHEN YOU SEE THIS RED TAG ON ANY OF OUR USED CARS OR TRUCKS YOU KNOW THIS IS AN (OK) USED CAR IN ACCORDANCE WITHtHE HIGH STANDARDS OF INSPECTION AND RECONDITIONING PROCEDURES. OUR WARRANTY COVERING THIS CAR ASSURES YOU OF TOP VALUE, 1963 COMET Convertible, V-8, Automatic, radio, tinted glass, power steering and brakes, low mileage. 1961 RAMBLER American, 4-door Sedan, 6-cylinder, Overdrive transmission, radio, power steering, bucket seats, white color. 1961 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door, V-8 engine, Standard Transmission, radio, low mileage. W60 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door Sedan, V-8, Overdrive, radio, sharp. Green color. 1958 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan, V-8, Powerglide, radio, EZI-Glass, only $425 1957 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide, radio, Turquoise finish. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Hentges, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Subject, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frideres. The guests gave Mr. and Mrs. Frideres a gift and court whist was played, with Mr. and Mrs. Pfeffer, high, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Firderes, low. JEAN ABBOTT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Abbott, is in Sioux City this week attending a horse show. Jean is showing her three-gaited horse and is also taking lessons in equitation. Jim, her brother, spent last week at Black Duck, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel and their son, Ron. JOE EVERDS visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds, last week. He is working on a farm in Kansas this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Everds spent the weekend at Allison, where they visited their son David and family, and attended the wedding of the sister of David's wife, Judy. IN DUPLICATE bridge, four tables played at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds. In first place were Mr. and Mrs. Everdsj second, Mrs. Clara Zender and Mrs. Harold Gilmore; third, Mrs. Nemmers and Mrs. E. McGuure, Bancroft; fourth, Dean Kinsman and Don Prieskorn. The next play will take place at 7:45 next Monday evening at the Legion hall. DR. C. L. PLOTT and Mel Bay left Tuesday morning for Dryden, Canada for some fish- Ing. They expect to return Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Plott expect to move to Orleans in the last week of this month. Caroline, their daughter, has resumed her schooling at the University of Virginia. Their daughter, Sandra, entered Augustana at Sioux Falls Sunday, She has embarked on a four-year nursing course, during which she will receive her R. N. and B. A. degrees. DR. AND MRS. John Schutter spent the weekend at Iowa City where they visited their daughter, Peg. Peg and Phil Taylor are at the University on a National Science scholarship, participating in a summer science program. BRUCE SUNDET will accompany Mrs. Miles Slonlker to Kenosha, Wise, next Monday where he will spend ten days at Carthage College before going out on a summer program of visiting various cities. This is a youth program sponsored by the Lutheran church. GUESTS OF Mr. and Mrs. George Powers for two weeks were Mrs. Jefry Aker* and two daughters of Lubbock| Texas. Mrs. Aker is the former Donna Powers. They returned to Lubbock last Friday. Another daughter, Mrs. Paul (Sharon) Terranova and two daughters of Forest Park, HI, arrived Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Powers. MRS. M. J. MOWERS and daughters spent last week at their summer home at Lake Okoboji. They returned Monday to spend a few days in Algona, to return to the lake later in the week. They are Joined on weekends by Mr. Mowers and their son, Clay, who is working for Keith Rowley during his summer vacation from college. NADINE STILLMAN, sister of Judge G. W. Stillman, stopped briefly Friday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Stillman. In January she moved to Burlington, where she is county home economist. . HICKORY DICKORY DOCK LOWEST LONG DISTANCE RATES are in effect every night from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and all day on Sunday. You can call anywhere in the U.S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00* or less. Enjoy a telephone visit at the lowest rates in history—it's the next best thing to being there! *0nly $1.50 or less from 6 to 8 p.m. daily and all day on Saturday. Three-minute station rate. Plus tax. Northwestern Bell PHWNI 295-3554 ALGONA, IOWA 108 S. HALl DIAMOND'S We, at Diamond's, are celebrating our ^•^ anniversary in Algona. In appreciation of the V^M fine » u PP°rt we have had, we cordially invite !•• vou to visit our store and save more during our 12th anniversary sale. Again we thank each and every one of you for making this store a success! TWELFTH SAL Reg. 39c DETERGENT SPONGES WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTSI Regular $1.50 - $2 DRESS BELTS A perfect gift Reg. 29c cotton WORK GLOVES sZ_Z_\J\ BIG 30 QUART ICE CHEST $1.19 ONE GALLON INSULATED JUG Regular $1.49 SALE PRICE ICE CHEST Regular $1.69 SALE PRICE FUN in the SUN PUP TENT 5x7 - 3 l /» ft. high Regular $6,95 , Sale Price $4.81 SLEEPING BAGS SLEEPING BAGS Largest selection in the county. Price* as low as $4.99 (a» pictured $7.81) Hard Wood Folding CAMP COTS Regular $5.95 Sole Price $4.91 TELESCOPE COTS A4W - Whlf. canvai c«nt«r legi reinforced. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Values to $2.69 S -M- L XL $1.21 They're Terrific I * SHORT SLEEVE sh ** sleeve, first \ quality ... SWEAT SHIRTS Multitude of Color* S - M - L - XL SALE PRICE 1.47 2-PIECE VINYL RAIN SUITS $1.37 MEN'S DRESS LOAFERS la ) uteit Styles SUes 0 to 12 $6.99 1%$ slid 3Vi to 0 $5,99 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Tbe Utest In Comfort & Style Coast Guard Approved and LIFE VESTS PRESERVER CUSHIONS Vest*, all size* - $2.71 BOAT CUSHIONS Coast Guard Approved I2.T1 * WASH 'N WEAR JACKETS Sizes S - M - L XL '3.99 BOYS SIZES . . $2.99 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Wash 'n Wear - Latest Styles and .Cofors and Fabrics - Styles Ivy to Bean Brummel Collars. S - M - L . XL $2.99 MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Sizes 29 to 38 9.99 up MEN'S WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS Values to $4.98 Sizes 29 ' 44 NO LIMIT $3.12 BOYS' SLACKS Sizes 0-18 Values eS 0-18 *« aluei to \ I $3,98 <Jl. 2 PIECE, FINEST QUALITY GOODYEAR BRAND RAIN SUITS . Sliei S • M • I • XL $4,99 ALL RUBBER MEN'S KNEE BOOTS Reg. $6.69 Value American Mad« Sizei 6 * 13 $5,99 MEN'S 10-INCH, ACID RESISTANT BOOTS "etKST $10.99 MEN'S WORK SHOES Seamles* Back, Cork Soles, Goodyegr Welt*, Acid Resistant Upper*. Values Sim Mr $5,21

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