The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 4
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I, * 4-Alflona (Ifl.) Upper Dei Mdlflftf Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1960 Mr and Mrs Loyola O'Brien, Algona, announce the approaching marriage, ,Aug. 27, of their daughter, Judith Kae, shown here", to David J. Stewart, son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Stewart, Burt. Both Miss O'Brien and Mr Stewart are students at Mankato State College. (UDM Engraving.) Farewell Parly A farewell party was given Saturday evening for Mr and Mrs James Walker who have moved to Lynn : ; Grove. Hosts were Mr and Mrs'jfWilliam Dunlap at whose home the party was-given, Mr and Mrs Jim Walker, Mr and Mrs Ray Walker, Mr and Mrs Stanley Walker, anc( Mr and Mrs Wayne Meyer. Guests were Mr and Mrs 'Elmer -Hutchirison of Eagle Grove, Mr arid Mrs Ralph Stoll, of LuVerne, Mrs Lorene Johnson and Maxine, Mr and Mrs Glen Snider and Ellen, Mr and Mrs Glen Bums, Mr ant. Mrs Dennis Beitz, a'd Mr and Mrs Fred Beitz.' ,; - •, Reding Reunion . • ' • .' A Reding family reunion was held July 30 at the Mary Cap- csius farm home. Those present were Peter C. Reding, Mrs M. M. filler, Mrs ; Peter Frahm,' -Tri- mont, Minn., Mr and Mrs 'John CapesiUs, Joan^Marie, Nick'and Margaret Sue, the Nick Rcdings, Whlttemore, Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Clara Walker, L. C. ftedlng/'the"Andrew Redings and Mr and Mrs Pete Reding Algonq, Mr and Mrs Steve D.evine and Steven, Corwith, Mr and Mrs Will Reding, Jake Garmun and Alvina and Elsie Carman, Minneapolis. Bridal Shower ' A miscellaneous bridal shower was held Sunday afternoon at Mrs Steve Loss' for Sharon Braun, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert BraUn, Mason City. Other hostesses were Mrs Dennis tiller, Mrs Jame's Elliott, Mrs Walter Halsrud, Mrs Everett Kramer, and Mrs Ed Marlovye. Miss Brown is being married to Kenneth Belseth, Mason City, Aug 21. The bride-elect is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Pete Halsrud and Mrs Henry Braun. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs Henry Holland arid Marie Gearen were at Omaha, Neb., Saturday to attenfl the wedding of their niece Berry- adette Ryder to Jerrold .Strasheim, of Lincoln, Neb. They were accompanied by Mrs Ed Goecke who visited relatives and friends. Guest Honored Jeanette Sorensen entertained at a coffee for her guest, Fusiko Sugawara from Newton. Those attending were Mary Lou Mawdsley, Mrs J. C. Mawdsley,- Mrs Floyd Hutzell, Mrs Perry Collins. Ruth Kennedy -and Mrs "Mabel Sorensen. • ^Reunion At Blockton • A Judy family reunion was held Sunday at Blockton. in at- .tendance from here were Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson, Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson and Mrs Roberta Miller. ( ; Attend Reunion Mr and .Mrs Raymond ;Reid attended a family reunion a week ago Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Tony Snoozy at Centerville, S.D. . . . Whiftemorels Back On Top Of County Loop Whitlemore tightened up the race in the Kossuth County Baseball League and pulled itself intp a tie for first place in the standings with a 7-5 Vedjct over West Bend at 'Whittemor'e 'Sunday. Prior to the gdme, West Bend held a one-garte edge over thp other teams. Further changes in the loop standings could result from games this Sunday, which will find Lone Rock traveling to West Bend; Ayrshire to Algona; and Whitfe- more to Humboldt. Wins by Lone Rock, Ayrshire and Whittemore could send West Bend into fourth place from the top rung. St. Joe outlasted Algona, 7-4, and Lone Rock topped Humboldt, 6-1, in other league frays Sunday. Marv Bollinger allowed six hits as he pitched Lone Rock to victory. He and his mates managed only three Hits from the offerings Of Johnson, but nine Humboldt errors gave Lone Rock plenty of scoring opportunities. The winners committed two miscues. St. Joe, with Henderson on the mound, outhit Algona and Eldie Winkel, 12-9, on .the way to a, win at St. Joe. The winners committeed four erijors and the losers two. « .Standing^ W West Bend 9 Whittempre ,.-'9 Lone Rock 8 Ayrshire 8 St. Joe-J- T 6 Humboldf— 4 Algona 2 Only three teams, St. Humboldt arid Algona don't have a mathematical chance for the title. ' L 3' 3 3 4 5 1 10 Joe, Denny Menke Is Named Ail-Star In Washington Denny Menke, s>uii of Mr, and Mrs. ' Walter , Menke, Bancroft, who signed a huge bonus contract with the Milwaukee Braves after graduation from St. John's high school two years ago, has been named shortstop on the Northwest League's all-star team. BACK TO SCHOOL TIME! THE GREATEST SHOWING OF BRAND NAME BACK - TO - SCHOOL SPORTSWEAR (••••••••••••••••NMMMM^^^^^HMM^^MMMM^MMMIi^MMMHi^^MMHHM^^MMMMMMMMMM^MMMMHl EVER SHOWN IN ALGONA CHRISCHILLES STORE This may sound like an exaggeration, but when you read the names below and see this almost unlimited collection of smart matched sweaters, skirts, blouses, jackets, wescotts, and slacks, you'll have to agree that you've never seen anything like it, I And such gorgeous colors! You'll be Queen of any campus when [you appear in one of these lovely outfits — designed and styled especially for the back-to-school miss. Read this impressive line of BRAND NAMES which we are proud to present as evidence that you'll find the smartest styles at this QUALITY STORE. Bernhard Altman Bradley Badiner College Town Chicago Skirts Fritzi of California Garlqnd Lofties Mac Shore Majestic Sporteens Sportempo Jack Winter It's cool and comfprtable to shop in our air conditioned ready-to- wear department, or downstairs, too. Shop with confidence at the store that features BRAND NAMES. Chrischilles Store tifig 6nY 61 the . hitters In the Ie< whom Menke is . , first half title of ffte Menke's parents-,at brother, Alan,, ah-, high school eatdher- sent time, tyent i'tq f _,, Week to visit, 13,&rtriy',,-. First Jne first o'f t^o^^t'ee^blo^ies during "Back'-to-Sehool jSfbitth' 1 in Algona'will"'be''offeted'HeJtt Friday, Aug. A l2 W at, ItijT Alfoft Thea'tre, courtesy Of- sbrtiei 40 sponsoring local business''firms'. tfh'e show will be' ".Toy tflger" starring' Jeff pHan^ler.'a'nd'-Tiin Hovey, plus' foiii 1 color: cartoons. Free tickets may be obtained in any of the sponsoring business places, identified by 'wtnctpw cards. Th,e first 'of two afternoon shows starts a,t l' p.m.' , A similar free movie is being offered Saturday, Aug. ,21, wheri the feature will be Francis the Mule in "Francis Covers the Big Town". ' . School Board Election Date Is Outlined School patrons and officials are again- reminded of a change, in the law pertaining to the election of local school board members. The law requires that, beginning in 1960, local school board members will be elected in September rather than in March. The 58th General Assembly in its Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed at the Regular Session of the 5(Jth General Assembly ; of the'' State" of Iowa in Chapter ieB, page 232, Section V, made the .change, to the 1958 Code of Iowa, Section 277.1, which governs the election of board members. / j., Lay and professional leaders in education in the State -Have felt for some yeajOMt. tfie\Vttfqrf o^ schopf e^hdf eX^uJM,b| wftfet served by 'aficiwifig nex^scMol board ntembc»rs to" gain ience b,efbre requiring Hhem td make major 'decisions regdM employment of sehdol pefsbnh In March and tne 'pr^paratlpn and adoption' bf the schtiol bildf get fof' the'ens'Uirig* sch6o| yea| in July, It was bedaUse "bf *h"i$ tfiat "the '4egislatur4 w^de" thd change in the ' election date o| schbol board members." The nexl electlOft' of faoam ,bf . of which * ahc third Monday ln-Mar<!iirl§BO hereby 'fc&tendeid to tHe. 'Mbtiday In September, terms pi memt|ers. wh ike tWr'd/'Silortda^ vn |^afch ll- succeeding years'' aitf "exte v flo!ec to the third Monday of Septem* ber 'of the year in' vtfhieH: "the t tefms expfre.'J -' ' members will be in .September; WANT A»S BRIMS 'fteSttLfa r * • • r . .....__>,'- - ..g^. ^JVl JfA .Sni, „.,. - I n i .-_•_, ••--*• mt -A.*-*-•- -y -~- ^ ' * '-*-* - *-•*•'-•* -- v >f Jj ~- - - 1 *' • rt ' IN. We Extend A Hearty WELCOME To The, 1960 Kossuth County FAIR AUGUST 16- 17-; 18- 19 WHILE IN ALGONA STOP AT BRQNSON'S • For All Your Building Needs Home Of Elliott Paints Storage Buildings Building and Remodeling Of Fqrm, — Residential — Commercial Work BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE Hwy. 169 . " CY 4-4369 SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ENDS SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 MEN'S Famous Brand SUITS Values To $45 Values To $50 $44 Values To $55 $52 Values To $70 Values To $35.00 $18.00 Men's Regular Weight SPORTCOATS ' Reduced To $24.00 Values To $35.00 $29.00 Short Sleeve , SPORT SHIRTS $1 .8s-$2.88-$3.88 Values To $5.95 Lightweight Men's Zipper Jackets SAVE 20% Men's & Boys « Swim Trunks 20% OFF Nationally Known Brands Good Fitting - First Quality Dres$ Slacks All Summer Weights Included $6.88 to $9.! Final" Clearance Press Straws '2 PRICE V2 Men & Boy; Short Knit Sport Shirts Boy's Priced From /Kafl's, Pfi«fd From 51.89 $2.39 Boys Short Sleeve Sport Shirts A-i r A Values To $2.98 Sixes 6 to 18 BUY NQW FOR BACK TO SCHOQl UTTER HURRY ! THIS &IG SiAU * ENDS SATURDAY, AUG. 13 RQN'T MISS THE VAWPS! ' iJAMS ' ,' < ^tP^Jl^l'PIl^^ , ;^H^|^«wWF«%' -r. v, ;^;^^r>'^4^-/^v>:tl?. • ^;- >;,,.:, i-ijj^tt'ift^^.-, ^ -/A; L t V ' f £ r 4 t 4 .7 ^ •? T.- ^ j * 1" 'r ..-.* . 1.1 . . •* . I *" \ ^ ' llMtTMl 1 -' » . •* JJ=-iU 1 J 1 " ^^^^ •Uw" Price SCHOOL SPECIAL BUNK BED ENSIMBLfS Includes Springs And Mattress BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL Bookwss Ensemblt $99.95 Clpse Qg> Of Flpor Samples And Special Prices On j 'All Juvenile &$$e$$ 9 ries Wh^ We P» No| Hflve Reern TQ list,

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