The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 8
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,s;7Tw^ > 7f^r|^™;s%7f.t "*<v /.••-> ' ' 1 *" • ft * v-' 1 '< 8-Alaona flu.) Upper DM Motnei Thursday, Jem, 52, 1959 ^ . T. T _ .. _ MJJ _. j-A,jA™_, ,._.__».._._±t_ ._,. _ ..^ t _.^., ..... J -jsryi-f _ rtAj ,«^Mt ijy.H-.. jVs-. 8£»h Birthday Dinnet Mrs John Kain observed her 80th birthday with a family dinner at the Johnson Mouse Sunday. She has been a resident of Kossuth county all but two years of her life. Her Children, Mr and Mrs Edward Kain and family; Mr and Mrs Robert Kain, Mr and Mrs George Kain, and John Kain, Al* gona; and Mr and Mrs C. L. Young, Burt; a sister, Mrs Leonard Dfager, Algona*, and the following friends and relatives, Mr and Mrs Sam Kuhn, Mr and Mrs Richard Kain, Mr and Mrs Jim Drone and family, Algona; Mr and Mrs P* A, Drone and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Kain, Jr., and Mr and Mrs Joe Loebach and family, Whittemore, were present at the dinner. Degree Of Honor Parly The Degree of Honor monthly. party was held Monday evening, Jan. "19, at the home of -Merna Gregson, assisted by Vivian Skog- strom, Daisy Schauer & Mary Lou Rurike. The evening was spent socially after a short business meeting. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Next meeting will be at the Moose Hall, Feb. 2, at 7:45 p.m. " Next party is Feb. 16, at the home of Pat Hensley. Initiate 7 Members " The Business & Professional Women's Club of Algona met Jan. 13 for dinner at the Algona Hotel and welcomed seven new '.members with initiation ceremonies. They were Eula Klein, Anne Stock, Dixie Isaacson, Sheila Rachut, Karen Kuchenreuther, Vyda Johnson and Marie ; Platt. A clever, short skit on Civil Defense was presented by the committee in charge. Sorority Plans Party Aloha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening at the home of Shirley Schenck. A business meeting was held and preparations were made for the 'Mardi Gras dance which will be held Saturday February ,7th, at the V.F.W, Miss Hattie Wilson was-guest - speaker. The next meeting will be held February 3rd ' at the home of Joan Diamond. Family Dinner Party , A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbusch, those in attendance being Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbusch and Craig, of Webster City, Mrs Paul Teglund, Tom, Susaii fand Sharon, of Belmond, Mr and Mr§. Joe Funk, Vickie and pBilly and Mr and Mrs Tom Potter ; and Christy. . Surprise Party Mrs Anna Madson was given a surprise party by a small group of friends/Friday afternoon in observance of her birthday. Present were her daughter Mrs! Henry Stebritz, Mrs Leona Baker, Mrs Howard .Gibson and Mrs' Julius Peterson. The time was spent socially. , . , At Golden Wedding Mrs .Clem Cavanaugh attended the golden wedding reception last week of Mr and Mrs F. D. Rodenborn, Fort Dodge. She also visited at the M. J. Cavanaugh and Maurice Cullen homes. Weds At Austin, Minn. Marjorie Ann Byam became the bride of Bernard C. Nelson in a ceremony performed December 27 in St'. Augustine Catholic church at Austin, Minn. The bride! is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Btfam, Aigona while tfie bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Bernard L. Nelson of Austin. Father Jerome Virdick officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's attendants were Joan Byam and Janet Adams who served as bridesmaids. The bridegroom's attendants were Arnold Schwam and Charles Schwartz, Jr. Ushers were Theodore Adams and Lawrence Schwartz. A dinner was served following the ceremony at the Austin Bowl followed by a reception at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Bellemans. The bride is a graduate of St. Cecelia's academy here and attended Hamilton Business College at Mason City and Gail Institute in Minneapolis. I After a short wedding trip to LaCrosse, Wis., the bridegroom returned to Fort Hood, Texas, where he is serving with the army. He expects to see service in Gormany soon. He is regularly employed as a jeweler,in Owatonna, Minn, where the couple will make their home after his service is completed. Sewing Club Luncheon Members of a sewing club comprised of Mrs Ed Blumer, Mrs Chester Bailey, Mrs Paul Dittman, Mrs Lemore Hiltz, Mrs' Arthur Krause, Mrs Walter Klamp, Mrs Cecil McGinnis, Mrs Ben Potter, Mrs Albert Held, Mrs ftose Sip- bee and Mrs Frank Sterling met Tuesday tat lunfch at \M tfohiwon Mouse. Mrs Wilditt I* Ho*lwft The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met Wednesday Jan. 14 with Mrs Douglas Wildln, Mrs Les Wildin assislin. The meeting was opened with roll call on My Bad Driving Habit. Ah, interesting S rogram was given by Mrs Will unchey and Mrs Wayne Smith when slides were shown of their trips to Chicago and to the West Coast. It was decided to have a card party at the Moose Hall Wed, Jan. 28. Cresco M-D Club Cresco Mothers & Daughters club will be hosts at a card party Wed. evenin'g, January 28, at the Moose hall at Algona with "husbands and families as guests. Each member is requested to bring a guest couple. Card Club Hostess Mrs John Sabin was hostess to her card club members last week Wednesday. The club met this week with Mrs G. A. Sharp. Baptismal Ceremony Darrell Patrick, son of Mr and Mrs Edward J. Miller, was baptized a week ago Sunday in St. Cecelia Catholic'church. Idle Hour Club , Mrs Hazel Lusby entertained the Idle Hour card club members Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Bunkofske Hostess Mrs H. T. Bunkofske entertained her bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. >. Fearlessness is the mother of confidence. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment an'd supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. - JANUARY FUR SALE! At The. iiHE SHOP ,/MbNDiY^ftN. 26 © Marshall & Swift Offers The Largest Collection Of Fine Furs And The Greatest Savings In Our / , January History ! MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS EXCLUSIVE AT SWEAT SHIRTS Long-sleeve, fleece-lined and plenty warm. Values Jo $1,69. 1.19 SPORT SHIRTS Long-sleeve sport shirts bearing the famous Campus and Tom Sawyer brand names. Values to $2.98 $ 1.76 HEAVY PARKAS These are the heavy winter parkas but still are washable, Sizes 6 to 18. Values to $14.95 .44 $11.44 DRESS SLACKS A close-out on odd lots of boy's dress slacks . . . all drastically reduced. '"• .-*, Sizes 6-12 Sizes 13-18 $2.44 $3.44 JACKETS Boy's nylon-fleece reversible zipper jackets. Sizes 10 to 18, Reg, $11,98 value, *»Wr33HIKC.. ' " " ' — $ 9.98 T-SHIRTS - SHORTS Bearing the well-known B. V, D. Brand Name, 69c. 3 for'2.05 .,..L*?.Liv<L«i2L.£ , "t .' »">-*•.''*(,» i Sport Shirts Men's .Long Sleeve , Shirts from Reg. Stock . Values to $5.95 $ 2.99 MEN'S FLANNEL Sport Shirts .Sanforized, Warm. Sizes, Smalt &. Medium -Values to $2.98 $ 1.76 VAN.HEUSEN ? Dress Shirts ' Odd Lbts Men's White & Colored Shirts. Values to $4.00' *2.99 OVER 100 OF THEM FROM STOCK From 839,85 to $67.50 King-sized savings in men's suits during this big winter clearance sale ...... .over 100 winter suits from our regular stock . . . slashed no matter what their former pricetag (and some had $67.50 price tags too) ... all will go at just one price. So come in early when' selection is -at its best. .'' < ' OUR ENTIRE STOCK! NONE HELD BACK! Regularly Priced At' $39.95 & $45.00 Regularly Priced At $49.95 & $55.00 Plenty of cold weather left this winter but the values are red-hot at the Hub . .. two groupings of winter topcoats at rock-bottom prices. We've included our entire stock- .,. . absolutely no topcoats will be held back in this big sale. All,from our regular stock so SAVE, SAVE, SAVE. , LEUTHOLD-; ALGONA,IOWA Discontinued Numbers In Wools, Gabardines, etc. VALUES To $11.95 MEN'S JACKETS These nylon 'fleece reversible jackets are malde, for' both looks & warmth . . . two jackets in one. Reg. ,$13.98. 11.88 LEISURE JACKETS Made j»y the famous McGregor people, these leisure jackets are in wool plaids and will take plenty of wear. Reg. $17s95 WOOL CARCOATS Boy's dressy carcoats in sizes 6 to 12. Values to $4.95, Now only . . . SPORT GOATS AND SUITS OVERALL PANTS Out complete stock of boys suits and sportcoats . . nothing held back. Save a BIG . , The famous Lee Rider overall pants with the vulcanized knee. Sizes 6 to 12. ZIPPER JACKETS In heavy wool or gar- bardine, you'll find value? to $18.95 in this lot. Take your choice from . . . 9.88 MEN'S PARKAS These are extra heavyweight in charcoal grey with split hoods. Values to $18.95 at this One Price SPORT COATS Our complete stock of sport coats reduced to a' new low price . .. all from our regular stock. Values from $24.95 to $34.50, on sale from . . . ZIPPER OVERSHOES This Converse men's zipper overshoe is a $5.89 'value, now . . . $ 4. 4* BUCKLE 5 BUCKLE OVERSHOES Converse work overshoes, and it can take rough treatment. Reg. $6.89 14. WMWMWWMyMMUWM^^ MEN'S SUBURBAN COATS In corduroy, wool or polished cotton — sizes 36 to 44 ... all with wool linings. You'll find values to $29.95 but selling at prices from— HUNTING : COATS Just six only , . . these heavy men's hunting coats are a regular $11.95 value. We'll clear them quickly with this price tag. Mufflers V* OFF MEN'S STADIUM DRESS GLOVES Wool Lined—Sizes S & M ttO OQ 4^1^ 4fe 4k •P-J.TO W DD Values ^AiiVU .' IV 6. WORK GLOVES These are the heavy double yellow ,work gloves that will stand plenty pf wear', In flannel, they are regularly 3? cent? tech, Yours during this sale for , , . 2 Pair 59C DRESS SHOES These are discontinued styles but the values more than make up for it. We've got a big selection here , , . regularly priced at $12.95, chopped ta only , , , $ ^^^^r ^B ^^^ ^jJi^F OVERSHOES Converse dress 4-buckle overshoe, • reg. $5.89 . '. '4.98 2 BUCKLE RUBBERS Converse Work^ Rubbers regularly,selling for . . DRESS SOX Men's Cotton Argyle dress sox . • . alPfrom our regular stock. Usually selling for $1,00 per pair, now only , , . 69c DRESS HATS A selected group of Adam Dress Hats, many sizes, many colors, Values to $8^95, 5. ( KEY WORK MATCHING UNIFORM SETS Thes,e, ynjf|rrn/*fli |n tailored sizes and forced « '„•;,'ShaMoal grty eolpf, P«nfs ,,,_ larly\$3 f ?j,f||il|:f $2.99, A big $$.96 valyt --- JMST ,,,

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