The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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SALES BOOKS, register tick- r SS'1 lcr Sfrbuiw, adder and Moines Pub. Co. DOLLAR DAY AT KOSSUTH RADIO & T.V. "Records" 45 RPM lOe Ea. , Regular Value $1.00 78 RPM 5e Ea. Regular Value $1.15 Here's our chance to get an armful of these new records. Hundreds to choose from. ALL EXTENDED PLAY ALBUMS 98e Children! Aid Society Drive 1$ Underway Kossuth County mailmen this week arc delivering .1000 letters written on behalf of the Iowa Children's Home Society nnd the nearly 300 children currently in its can; Addressing the letters, to their friends and acquaintances, are workers who volunteered to help ICHS obtain funcis for its statewide, non-sectarian work. (Mo individual solicitation is conducted in areas covered by the, 150 Heg. $1.29 SALE .„. Nothing held back .. got yours Thursday. ALL STEREO ALBUMS So Reg. $4.98 SALE __ All the latest albums . . . You save a dollar each on Dollar Day. > ALL REG. LONG PLAY ALBUMS Reg. $3.98 SALE ....... If you don't have a player to use these records with, see us. We have a fine selection as well as radios and • T.V. OPEN DURING NOON HOUR Kossuth Radio And T.V. SALES & SERVICE CY 4-4651 Algona Now you Know! i The answer to everyday insurance problems' By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: If we have an accident with our car out on the highway and have it towed to a garage, will the insurance company reimburse us for the towing costs, ANSWER: -Yes, in almost all cases the insurance company will pay any reasonable charges you incur in protecting the car from further damage. Your policy probably has a clause covering towing fees. * if you'll addrMf your own insurance questions to this ef- fice, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind.- L. S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 Hearing Aid Consultation Aboard the Bettone Bus Laboratory Adults,and Children Will Be Given Free Electronic Evaluation of Their Hearing Loss With Advice for Correction. If You Now Own a Hearing Aid of Any Kind or Make, We Will Clean and Adjust It for You, Grind the Mold If Needed for Comfort. No Charge for This Service. For the First Time, You Will See the 1960 Marvels in Engineering and Miniaturization in All Styles of Beltone Hearing Instruments. You Must See the "Little J". It is Unbelievable in Performance, Economy and Sjze. : WATCH FOR THE BIG RED, WHITE AND BLUE BUS LABORATORY PARKED AT Algona, Iowa BUSINESS DISTRICT THURS., SEPT. 15 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. BELTONE Hearing Service Co. 517 Royal Union D«s Moines, Iowa Phono AT 2-3724 • IV^«BB Community Chests of which ICHS is a member.) ICHS works primarily with children whoso own parents on? unable or unwilling to lake care of them, temporarily ot permanently. Last year it located a substitute family circle for 333 boys and girls separated from their parents by circumstances or law; found adoptive homes for 79 babies (average age 1 \<z months) and 15 older children; counselled and planned with 172 unwed mothers (54 df high school age) antt 55 other children. , "By skillfully encouraging the wholesome growth of children, and their development into clef pcndable citizens, this work builds our community as well as the individual", says Mrs A, P. Van Buren, of Algona, Iowa. Persons who would like further information about the work of ICHS are invited to contact one of the following volunteers: Mesdames Raymond Mctzen, Alf Schenck, Eldon Shaw, Clifford Toetcr, A. F. Van Buren of Algona, la.; Mrs Mary Capc- sius Bgdc, la.; Mrs Ralph Bier- stedl, Lone Rock, la.; Mrs Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton, la.; Mrs Fred Bcntele, Wesley ia. Bonnie Peril, James Gowans To Wed In Oct. AdeleHaagOf West Bend Wed At Whitfemore Adole Haag, daughter of Potcr Haag, West Bend, and Lowell C. Shimon,, son of Louis Shimon, Pocahontas, were married Sept. 10 at 10:30 a.m. in, St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore. with Father Philip Dailey officiating at the double ring, ceremony Paul Eisele furnished the nuptial music at the organ. Mary Jo Haag was maid of honor and Delrae Kemna was bridesmaid. Dennis Shimon was best man and Harold Haag, groomsman, WiTli.m Kemna, Jr. and John Shimon were ushers and acolytes were Jerry Haag and Joey Halecek. The bride wore an Alfred Angelo original of white silk organza and imported rose point Chantilly lace. It was designed with a scalloped lace neckline finished with pearl trim, modified torso bodice with long tapered lace sleeves ending with a point at the wrists. The full skirt ended in a chapel length train, and featured a band of lace at the hem which draped up in front to form a wide organza bow to hold the drape. The front was filled in with lace and silk organza. Her imported English Illusion veil fell from a queen's crown of pearls and crystals. She carriefl a bouquet of America Beauty roses. A wedding dinner was served to 175 guests at the Plantation Ballroom and a reception was held in the afternoon. Kathy Roth had charge of the guest book, Mrs Harold Roth and Mrs O. K. Shaw cut the cake. Mrs John Gappa and Mrs D. Shimon poured and Lu Ann Ramsey and Mary Gerdis had charge of the gifts. The bride attended Presentation Academy and Briar Cliff college and was a teacher. The groom attended Rolfe high school and is engaged in farming. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home on a farm near Pocahontas. , Fenfon — Mr and Mrs Walt Pcrtl, Fenton, announce; the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bonnie Jean to A/3c Jaimjs Gownns, son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Gowans, Cylinder. An October wedding is being planned at Langley A.F.B. Virginia. (UDM engraving) sidenl; Mrs John Puffer, secretary, and Mrs Garel Leek, treasurer. Plans were made for the year's activities. Attend Funeral Mr and Mrs J. A. Hauptman accompanied by Mrs Martha Albrecht of Rockwell City attended the funeral of Gcraldine Bleich, daughter of Mrs Mae Bleich of Florida and the late Albert Bleich, formerly of Madison, Wis., and Wesley the latter part of the week at Madison, Wis. Geraldine died at Los Angeles of cancer. At Meeting Mesdames Mary Bode, Mary Weber, Justine Becker, Clara Haverly and Anastasia Richtsmeier attended the meeting of the National Council of Catholic Women at' Estherville Sept. 7. Father .William Phillips has been appointed Moderator of the Deanery. He also attended the meeting Wednesday. . JTuesdjoy, Sept. 13, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper DM Funeral Held At Wesley For Julius Hansen Wesley — Julius Hansen, 80, well-known farmer in the Wesley Community for many years, died Sept. 5 in Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt, following a long illness. He was born in Jutland, Denmark to Andrew and Anna Hansen J.uly 26, 1880. He came to America with his parents in 1882 and to Wesley in 1890. He was married to Anna Pearson June., 26, 1916 at Chicago. He is survived by his widow, two sons, .three daughters and 19 grandchildren. The children are Andrew of Swea City, Burton of Wesley, Evelyn, Mrs Melbourne Heesch of Forest City, Lillian Hansen of Mason City Mrs (Burdine), Harold Hofbauer of Buffalo Center and Mrs Louis Geisking of Woden. Preceding him in death were his parents, five brothers ana a sister. Funeral services were held Thursday in Evangelical Free church in Wesley. Interment made in the Wesley Evergreen Cemetery. Blake Funeral home of Wesley was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Glen Carlson, Clarence Beenken. Howard Funnemark, Clifford Carlson, Ivan Johnson and William Goetz. ' EUct Music Mothers neld an organizational meeting. Sept. 6 in the Corwith school building. -They elected Mrs Rimer Glawe, president; Mrs. Paul Engen, vice-pre- Mr and Mrs Bill Loebigenter- tained the women of the Standard bowling team and their husbands at a beef barbeque luncheon at their hqme Sept. 4. Their guests were the Charles Mullins of Britt, Lael Roots, J. M. Kunz's, Martin Hamiltons, and H. H. Raneys. Mrs Larry Youngwirth entertained her bridge club Sept. 3. Mrs Lou Goetz will entertain her bridge club Sept. 4. Tuesday club members have ordered 1000 tulip bulbs in 0 colors for sale during October to all who wish to beautify their homes next spring. > Mrs Frank Puls of' Ackley spent Sept. 4 in the John Weig home. Monday she accompanied her hosts and Raymond to Olivia, Minn, to attend funeral services for Leo Puls. Also attending from here were the George, Joe. Lawrence, and George Weig Jr's. Prairie Neighbors met Sept. 13 with Minnie Frimml and Darlene Smith in the Frimml home. A lesson was given by JoSie Lickteig and Nell Frimml. Mrs John Paulson spent several days recently with her daughter Mrs David Tegtmeyer and family in Spencer. Recent guests in the Ray Hansen home were Mr and Mrs Ray Madsen of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Phil Dahlen of Davenport, Mr and Mrs Clarence Dahlen of Burlington and their families, and Dr. and Mrs Anlicker and family of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Jim Nielson and two children of Rochelle, 111. spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Orville Smith. On Sunday their son Paul Anthony was baptized in the Britt Lutheran church and the Nielsons and Smiths were dinner guests In the Albert Nielson home in Britt. Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld spent. Sept. 2-5 in Osage with the Burton Carters, who are their winter neighbors in San Juan, Texas. Fred Detmering of Chicago, visited his brother George Detmering and family. Labor Day. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson spent Wednesday evening in an Estherville hospital with their new great-grandson Monte Ray and his mother, Mrs Dennis Long. Mr and Mrs John Paulson visited Sunday of last week in Clear Lake wUh their cousins the Vernon Hinds. Jim Price of Chanute Field, 111. spent the Labor Day weekend in the parental Charles Price home. Judy Gourley of Corwith was a Sunday visitor there. The Christian Mothers met Wednesday evening. A film was shown. Lunch was served by circle. Mr and Mrs Dennis THada and Mark Allen moved Monday into the former Vincent Kleinpeter house., Mr and Mrs T. M. Franzen of Hawkeye visited her brother, Will Martinek and wife Sept. 5. DIAMOND'S Dollar Day Specials! AND WE MEAN SPECIALS!!! THESE BARGAINS ARE FOR THURSDAY ONLY ! CHECK EACH BOX ! Men's Sweat Shirts Gray & White Ivy $1.00 Each Men's Washable Jackets Lined or Unlined $3.95 & $4.49 Values $2.oo Boy's IVY SLACKS Wash & Wear Tan Only Sizes 8-10-12. O«t They Go ! s.loo Pair Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Sizes 14"2-17'/2 $.Ioo Each Men's Continental Slacks Wash & Wear Sires 31W-34W Reg. $3.98 $2.00 Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Includes Knits $2.95-$3-95-$4.95 Values $2 B oo Boy's Zipper Overshoes or 4-Buckle Sizes 12-13and4's Only! $3.00 Pair Men's Zipper Overshoes All Sizes 6-12 $3.00 Pair Men's Dress Jackets Values From $4.95-$5.95-$6.95 $3.00 Each lAMOND'S JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA ««*^^ Thursday Is Jfct At Fowler's! SPECIAL BONUS OFFER I SUMMER SPORTSWEAR SPECIAL BONUS OFFER! CHRISTMAS CARDS A special Christmas Card showing in September. A large Greeting Card manufacturer made it possible for a select list of stores to make this special offer. Big Value Box of 50 cards in assorted designs in Regular & Slim Line. $2.50 Value. The Tall Hi-Lights Box of 32 slimline gold toned cards. A $2.00 value. Your choice All nationally advertised items. This merchandise is all first quality and sold from $2.98 to $7.95. Assortment consists of Pedal Pushers. Bermudas, Shorts, Blouses, Tee Shirts and Blouses. A huge assortment to choose from. Same assortment of children's sportswear found on second floor. Values to $3.98. *1 TOWELS By Field Crest Martex, Cannon. Beautiful Colors. Plain and fancies. Terry ' Cloth Mill ends of above. Values to 75c SPECIAL 3 For $1.00 WASH CLOTHS 19c to 39c Values Some match above towels. SPECIAL 10 for $1.00 HOUSE COATS SPECIAL 10 A.M. - 11 A.M. ONLY House Coats of Beautiful Gold Print Fabric Reg. $3.98 Value For One Hour Only $1.00 Ea. THROW RUGS Some are loop type. Others of expensive carpet material. Non-skid backing. 20 x 38. Some larger. Some smaller. Values to $3.98. -, sl - s2 - s3 PINE BATH Oil, 16 01. Size, Reg. $3.50 __ CIGARETTE CASES, Reg. $3.00 Value CUT GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES, $1.98 Value REVLON LIPSTICK t CASE, Special BOYS BARGAIN TABLE Shirts, Trousers, Blue Jeans, Jackets. Many other items to choose from. Values to $3.98. Dollar Day Special At $1.00 PLAYING CARDS^Reg. 85c deck. 2 for TWEED PERFUME, 50c Size. 5 for BRASSIERES, Reg. $1.98. 2 for FACIAL TISSUES, 400 ct., Reg. 34c 5 for __ LADIES PANTIES Special group. Assorted Colors and Sizes. Rayon Tricot Spec. 3 for $1.00. Also An Assortment of finer quality. Values to 89c. 2 Pr $1.00 PERFUMED SOAP Miller's Highly Perfumed soap for face or bath. Three-Bar Box Made to Sell at $2.00 Box. 3 Boxes $1.19 BEAUTY SALON Dollar Day Special SHAMPOO & SET $1.00 PLAY GIRDLE Assorted colors. Wonderful for act* ive people. Comfortable for evening wear. 2-Way Stretch. Reg. $1.89 $loo FOWLER'S frPflffiCTMBa^^

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