The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 11
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V ! {, Is T tifjtthr' itsii i &f aM Mts, Richard"JtfVrmig"t>f West. fiend.Jfrs Jet Lynch ahd daughter^,, Mrs % .Hannah Lyheh, Mrs AMn Godfredsen, Mr and Mrs Earl,Shfep^a|d,rAl(g6na; Mr and MrtL Dave >Lynch# Patricia firtd David « Lbrig Rock; Mr and Mrs Richard FOX} sMr^and, Mrs BatI CrotieK^Mr aM-Mrg'-Fred phanneseti} &5r arid Mrs O. R. Patterson; to ahd. Airs Erwiri Richardsbh, Elmbfe, -Mihh;; Mr •<"•• • "*--•— -,..'.. -...A... . e Lynchs Mr and Kefniia ti Baneroft: find Mf.and Mrs Pete ttelMera of SiouX City, Iowa, ' group ^resettled . ... * .. guests with, an electric try frail and k fiOrtalJle nfew brides has bet ft the Series Saddle el"* the pasivthTree^eafii and- again te-einttea ^ueeri tot the rlftft iroflrt: te thttf a week Jt the Go«li0stess. Plan/were td Haw a Breakfast <toak-out in May* The tsoiftmitlee lit charge of the «6&k**ttl Will Ml MIS WocxJ- m<# Kfafchti Mrs Charles Osborn anil; Mrs Clarence Osboiti. consisted Of a TO* She, The V -_ tt by/Mrs told art by Mrs, Martin ,Wilberg, She >W'>f \the visit at,,thfe State :o'«k4 -&nd at the Salisbury , and Mrs Jdhannesien; presented the ' Arthe £resthtis ' gave a (fnonstt-atidti. < , • / •'At the conclusion of the. lesson the grbutj' visited, the, Algona Home -Builder's Show; -Homemakers in attendance inducted Mrs • Woadrow Krac,ht, Mrs Charles Osbom, Mrs John Johahneseh. Miss , Theresa SU1« uwiiu4i<icoviji ivjkioa i A-iiciuau otii* : flug, Mrs Martin , Wilberg, Mrs , A new industry in Algeria ..._.. has received comparatively little publicity to daw i8 now 10c8ted • the form* Eleftd Wi|tt«* t.t« u in buildinf on NTwth Maift St. the W> M. RelnderS Mfg, & ply'i ,• lnc. t Which l is engag< hirtnafacturing E-Z load bbat trailers, and Ss also handling institutional supplier The 'business began, operation 1 in-'1958, and recently several other local 'men joined In the Reinders projec.t, which was then Incorporated and expanded into tho boat trailer field. The firm has thus far shipped August Nelson, Miss Bertha Olson and Mrs Henry Looft. • . Tho next me,eting is planned for Tuesday morning, May 26, Thursday, April 9, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper DM Mo1n«-3 products to 41 states and has received inquiries countries as well. from foreign 4 Academy Music Entries Win 1st Si. Cecelia's received four "one" ratings In the DYO music finals held at Storm Lake, Sun- duy t April 5. Those meriting 1's arc: Loretta Hnll, piano solo; Boys' Octet: Boys' Triple Trio; and Girls' Triple Trio. The boys' octet consists of Clifford Esser, Larry Heinen, Mark Sceley, Jim Erpelding. Jim Hei- ncn. Ronald Bnrton, Terry ,Iohn- pnn nnd Rod Elbert, The boys' triple ; trio consists of sophomore boys, Oscnr Froehlich, Kenneth Holcomb, John Boeder Phil Kinsey t Don Fahdel, C5Hi-y Mermen, Joe Heinen, John Murphy nnd Lloyd Schilmoeller. The senior girls' triple trio includes Joan Flynn, Julie Elbort, Joan Goecke, Linda Bode, Janice Kinsey, Marian Roth, Kothy Proth- rnan, Judy Mescher nnd Cftthy McCarthy. Soloists Marion Roth nnd Terry Johnson tilso participated in the contest. Carol Flynh," vocnl soloist, wns unable to appear becuuso of illness. . Those students who received I rntings will receive their awards nt the Award Day Festival in Ft. Dodge on Sunday, April 20. Jay Steven home were Mr and Mrs'Ernst Pilcher of East Chain, Minn., Mr nnd Mrs Waltet Steven, Alfiona, Mr nnd Mr* Milton Steven, Pat nnd Tony, Mr and Mrs Jim Steven nnd family of Bancroft. Sunday evening visitors in the Steven home were Mr and Mrs P. W. Mnrlow and family. "Then there's the fellow who said he bought his wife one of those hum hoop? — nnd it just fit!!' Attend Our Great 7th ANNIVERSARY SALE and Get Your Share Of The Hundreds Of Wonderful Bargains. Be Sure and Register For The Many Free Gifts. You Need Not Be Present To Win. '" ' -'>'' ' * • , ' ' . - -'-I- . , M ' { < I WE GUARANTEE YOU Will FIND MANY VALUES THAT Will NOT BE DUPLICATED SALE STARTS THURSDAY and CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK. Of Nylon, prlon and cotton in plain, decorator colors. Slight irregulars. Heavy weight. Manufactured by National Manufacturers. Values, to $5.95 if Ists. This Week only," - ~ * • Lovely plaids. Extra heavy. Special 2.88 Ladies Cotton Slips • Nationally.^ 1 advertised. Shadow panel. Fine quality. Tfeylet trim. Sizes 34 to -46. Values. $1.29 to:$i:79. i( ' SPECIAL 94c ^^^^*^j^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ * '*' . * lj , *• t j ^ Ladies Panties Rayon or Durene. Sizes 5 thru 10. Values to 79c: 3 For . " f Cannon Towels Gift sets - 1 bath, 1 face with matching wash cloth. Reg. $2.98 set. SPECIAL 1.59 Decorator fallows Round or square. Assorted .sizes & , fabrics. Reg. $1.49 & $1.98 Values. SPECIAL 88c Umbrellas lovely assortment of beautiful plaids. , Beautiful Slim Jim plastic handles. Reg. $2.79 to $3.95. SPECIAL 1.49 i Guaze ; Womeris {and Misses Wool Plaid Jackets - r i i * f Most of them 100% wool, others orlon- mix. Values $12.95 to $15.95. 1 . ,. * ' . > .Reg. Length * ' Short. Length 5.8J^ A88 , t All nationally advertised ;;; Girls Dresses' From Toddler thru 7 to .14, A. famous Manufa'cturers. All good s es. Values to $4.95. • "' > CHOijEE 1.39 Biath Mats Field. Crest. Beautiful Colors, Extra heavy, Rej|, $2.98 ..,....,,, ; 1.19 -.Fine'quality nylon with a lavish lace, trim top and bottom. Made to sell at $2.98.... 34 thru 40. ' OUR PRICE 1.97 Ladies Wool plaid. Reg. $5.98. Skirts SPECIAL 2.97 ?;'',, ".''••" \ WqsK Cloths Assorted by Cannon, *.,'.. Reg, l?c . 6 For 97c 4 for 97c DIAPERS ' Reg. and special fold types. Sell at $3.75 dozen in 1st quality. These are slight irregulars. Very- Special 2.59 DOZ - 3 dozen limit please! ONE LOT OF Girls Blouses Beautiful styles. Reg. Values $1.98 up. 97c Wash Goods 50 pcs. beautiful prints every piece made to sell 79c to •$ 1.00 yard. 3 Yds. For 1.00 ? Bates Plain Colors Disciplined Cotton ( Reg. $1.29. A close out. 59c Yd. Girls White' Middy Blouses Sizes 12-14 only. A beautiful blouse. Reg. $2.98. SPECIAL 49c Beef Raisers Also Are Eaters Three hundred and fifty Kossuth County, beef producers and their guests ale 402 Ibs. of standing rib roast of .beef nt their annual ^banquet held at Swea City School, April 2. The special serving of beef was, prepared by chefs'from Hormel & Co., Austin, Minn. The balance of the meal was served by the Lutheran Church ladies of Swea City. New directors elected were Russell Patterson, Burt; Philip Fisher, West Bend; and Ed Nnu- man; Elmore, Minn. ',„'•• Officers elected for 1959.. from among the association directors were Don Budlong,. Titonka, president; i Wayne T h,o .m p s o n, Swea City, vice president; and Dean Barnes, Algona, Kqssuth Co. Extension Director, secretary- treasurer., John Rhodes, LeGrand, Iowa, auctioneer - preacher, gave the main addt'ess at the meeting. Entertainment was furnished by Robert Norris, coach of Sentral 'School, . 8 PC. Layette Set me of the main needs for bal g. $1.98 SPECIAL 1.19 Subteen Bouffants flon net. Bouffant skirts. k. 3 tier. Reg. $2,49. SPECIAL 88c Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Paul Arend and Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson attended the sports show in Minneapolis over.the weekend. They .eft Saturday and returned Sunday night. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and ilicky and Paulette, Francis and l,irida Arend were Sunday guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs John R. Harms were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Harms' parents, .'Mr and Mrs Rudolph Peter of Burt. Mr and Mrs Harold Fitch, Joan and 'Allen of Renwick were Sunday guests at the Victor Fitch home. The Harold Fitch and Victor Fitch families called at the ;Dwight Ruse home Sunday afternoon. Word was received here by relatives and friends that Georgo Stone, Rock Falls, 111, died and the funeral was held there last week Monday. Mr and Mrs John Harms entertained the young, couples club Sunday evening at the Good 'HopelLutheran church at Titonka, Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen have named their infant son Donald Lee. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young were guests at, the Fern Drone home at Whittemore Sunday, • Sunday afternoon guests at the Fine nylon net. Bouffant skirts. White or pink. 3 tier. Reg. $2,49. AH Children's Winter Sportswear PRICE ../ Ladiei/f Faille / Dusters Regular and. Vi Sizes, Reg. $19,95 and $12.95, Navy or Black, V' S Quilted, ' Mattress Pads We guarantee you can not duplicate. twin "Size -, $1,59 FiiU$jie ,. „ $2,49 12 Only .~ Gold or Yellow 24 X 70 f ' Fringed Runners Reg* $2.79 ' Special $1.39 Hats A Beautiful sortment of New- f Spring and PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA FRIDAY, APRIL 10 Hard Times Dance Come As, You Are "The Haymakers" SUNDAY APRIL 12 Don Hoy w FRIDAY, APRIl 17 Orlie Workman SUNDAY, APRIL 19 Ray Lewis FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Andy Doll SUNDAY, APRIL 26 GyyDeLeo No Booth Reservation* Open Qt PH., •<• April 10 Andy Doll And Thft JRidee Sal,, • AptU 11 Jules Herman And His Orchestra '• "•••—. -—•'--» • ., .. ~~•*• Tues., • April 14 Rockford Fltemans Ball Jules Horman Ahd His Orchestrn Thursday Through it, tM. ALGONA *QOB* fcrtTlt Aefti'iii IttTUHjfutt MTftl " BAit TttjT UMH0 Tflf KW»>.,;fK< $0«lt»M« fOSGOT WHO SKOT+feR Sflfi M«RI*D1 RICHARD WIDMARK LEE/. GOBS tIMA LOUISE EARL H0LUWJAN it, TECHMICOS.OR PLUS 2nd Hit 'Money, Women and Guns' With K!m Hunter - Jock Mahoney OPENS FRIDAY - APRIL 10 at 7:00 P.M. ENJOY OUR NEW GIANT 70 FT. WIDE SCREEN "•" ""i , ?'" ' ' '' ' *'" ' ^ 'I ir j | -'-- V fi^HNTHEATRE *. Friday & Saturday Thrills of th eCongol Rhonda Fleming — M. Carey in "Odongo" — plus. — ' '4 Guns To The Border" with Rory Calhoun 5!ft§5 BEHBJfiflMyflll^fca^^ ""•""•^"••^^^^iOl^ . - Mono— Tues. Great Story of Postwar Japan "Stopover Tokyo" Robt. Wagner — John Collins — plus — "The 1st Traveling Saleslady With Ginger Rogers I// ADULTS 75c - CHILDREN FREE! ALGONA 3 DAYS...SUNDAY -MONDAY> TUESDAY 'S A TEMPTING TARGET FOR THE TEENAGE PACK.*. in this town with a "dirty" mind! MARGARET UNDSAY LUANA PATTEN

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