The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Phone CY 4-3535 ~ Your Newspaper BIKE Seven year old Joel j of Toledo recently fell off his I gravel/ and fractured his elbow Shaycr I bicycle when it slipped on loose,I Part of the bone wns splintered. WIN DAD AN Extra GIFT! 1 Free Registration Now Thru June 18th for 3 Wonderful Prizes - - -J - at ZENDER'S V ffl \ V i 4 •/,' .:&:,,..;' . •>'•; •» &lgona Upper Be* Jttoine* ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1960 VOL. 97 - NO. 24 Fiftieth Father's Day Wilt Be Observed Sunday, June 19 The iden of a special Fnthor's Dny observ;ince %v;is crr-ati'd in the mind of Mrs John Hrncc Dodd tif Spokane, Wash, as a tribute to her own father. She felt that some special ob- servanrc was iverli'd to oxpres? love, (lev')ti('ii and uratitude. 1 toward fatheis. In h<'f own case it expressed the deep emotion she felt lor her own father. William Smart, a Civil War veteran Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kinsey POP PLEASER • AN ARROW white shirt, fashioned in feather-weight fabric and short sleeves, will make Dad one of the finest gifts he'll receive on June 19th. The shirt that leads a "double life". Looks smart with tie, or with open collar. COOL comfort all summer for Dad. POP PLEASER • BY FATHER'S DAY, it'll really be time to change to the COOL side in Sport Shirts. Select from our wide array of zephyr-light beauties in a wide range of patterns. All are smartly tailored by Arrow, Puritan or Shapeley. A dandy gift-idea. f A New Tropical-Weight SUIT Absolutely FREE! j who raised his six motherless children on a northeastern Washington farm. In 1909, Mrs Dodd presented this idea to her own minister. Through him, the plan was bi ought, to the attention of tho Spokane Ministerial Association, which approved it. In I!I1D. the Spokane Young Men's Christian Association Have impetus to the Father's day idea by Kiltmn aside a day to honor the fathers nf the community in particular, all fathers uenerally. Mrs Dodd had hoped that the first. Father's Day would be ob- seivecl on June' 5th. her own father's birthday. However, there was not enough time for the ministers to prepare their special sermons for the day. The third Sunday in June was thus set aside for the observance and this day has been employed as the Father's Day date. William Jennings Bryan was first among the many great men giving endorsement to the idea. "Too much emphasis cannot be placed upon the relationship between parent and child," he stated. Woodrow Wilson helped mark the day officially in 1916. And, Calvin Coolidge was president in 1924 when he first recommended that the day be nationally observed. Mrs Dodd's father, the original inspiration for the special day, died in 1919, having lived to see his own tribute become a reality throughout the nation. Mrs Dodd also selected the official flowers for Father's Day — a white rose for remembrance, a red rose for living tribute. Father's Day is now also observed in Canada, Latin America, France, England. Belgium, Holland, South Africa, Australia, Yugoslavia and in the Scandinavian countries. POP PLEASER • HERE'S A REAL Pop Pleaser for Father's Day. Consider a handsome lightweight Sport Coat for his warm weather wardrobe. He'll look as well as he feels when he wears one of the new models styled by Cricketeer. POP PLEASER a> DAD CAN ALWAYS use an extra necktie, especially if it's designed by Arrow or Regal. Besides the standard style, we've the popular Kwik-Klip idea by Arrow. The Kwik-Klip has been a "best seller" and will be sure to please Dad, too. Come in and look over our selection. Mr and Mrs Thomas Kinsey, who were married in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here June 4, are shown in the above photo. Father Robert Thielc performed the double ring ceremony. The new Mrs Kinsey is the former Darlene Skogstrom, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Skogstrom, and Mr Kinsey is a son of Mr and Mrs E. S. Kinsey,' all of Algona. Following a trip through eastern states, Mr and Mrs Kinsey are now living at 406 North Phillips street. A complete wedding story appeared in last week's UDM. (Missal Photo — UDM'Engraving). ALUMNI Mrs Emmet Henery of Grand Junction, Paul Harned, of Marengo and Mrs O. E. Van Horn, of Lohrville recently enjoyed a tea at the home of Mrs Henery as members of the class of 1910. Each was presented a 50-year certificate. June 23, Thursday — The Alvin Zumach home at Fenton will be sold at public auction, beginning at 6 p.m. A complete household goods sale will be held preceding sale of the house. Complete details on the sale will be found in next week's UDM. Lloyd Berkland auctioneer the sale. will State taxes collected by taxing authorities of the different states totalled $6.800,000,000 in the fiscal year 1947. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN ILLESHEIM, GERMANY — Army Pvt. John W. Bierstedt, 19, son of Mr and Mrs Walter A. Bierstedt, LuVerne, recently was assigned to the 4th Armored Division in Germany. Bierstedt, a member of Company B of the division's 66th Armor in Illesheim, entered the Army last November and completed basic combat training at Fort Riley, Kan. He is a 1959 graduate of Algona Community High School. A message from BJUSTROM'S POP PLEASER • JUST DUNK, Drip-dry and wearl That's the fine slacks available in our store for the hot, sultry weather ahead. Watch the •mile on hit face on Father's Day when ho receives a pair of summer-weight slacks by Haggar — tho gift that'll keep on giving all summer long. Wide price range. • FREE GIFT-WRAPPING Second Prize: Portable BAR-B-Q GRILL Third Prize: ARROW SPORT SHIRT We cordially invite everyone (including Dad) to stop in and register for these three fine prizes. It'll be like giving Dad an EXTRA gift. You need register only once, and there'll be 3 winners. No purchase necessary and winners will be notified. Registration ends at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 18. SEE ALL THREE PRIZES IN OUR WINDOW . . . DAD POP PLEASER • TAKE A LOOK at Dad's straw hat. No doubt it's last year's model and needs replacing. We've a dandy selection in fine straws — by Champ — for Father's Day giving. Many different shades and shapes with plain or colorful bands. Hint: Give him a gift certificate for a new straw if you aren't sure of his siie. • SHOP IN C-O-O-L COMFORT Store Completely Air-Conditioned HE MAY wear a five-year-old hat, his finger nails may need manicuring; his vest may hang a little loose, and pants may bag a little at the knees; his face may show signs of a second day's growth, and his old car may carry a few dents, and he eats doughnuts for lunch, but don't you call him "the old man." He's your father For years he has been rushing around to get things together. Never once has he failed to do the right thing by you. He thinks you are the greatest boy on earth, bar none, even though you burn tires, wear smart clothes, smoke cigarettes, and fail to bring home a cent. He is the man who won the love and life partnership of the greatest woman on earth, your mother. He is "Some" man, and not "the old man." If you win as good a wife as he, you will / have to go some, boy. Note: Want to make him feel better on Father's Day? Here's a tip: A good RECLINING CHAIR will do the trick. See them at Bjustrom's from $79.50 up. Large selection- easy terms — established in 19251 R'S DAD'S DAY - SUNDAY, JUNE 19 FUIRNITURE CO Dad's "FAVORITE" Clothing Store ESTABLISHED 1925

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