The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1959
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.* K,'"i III; |s|*» > <,*, fev * l-AKxma 00.) Bpf» HM Mdn** V M0y U, 1959 Communion Dinner Mr and Mrs Ray Muller were dinner and supper hosts on Mother's Day in hohbi- Of their son, Larry who received his First Holy Communion Sunday at St Cecelia's Catholic church. Quests were Mi- and Mrs Pete Muller, Whittemore, Mrs Anna Pfeffer end John, Mrs Henrietta Tucker and Toni and Carol, Judy Friders, and Lee Froelich all of Algona; Mr and Mrs Walter Pfeffer and children, Wesley, Laurence Pfeffer. Clear Lake; and Tommie Green, Belmond. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia^ Catholic church were Judith Joyce, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Jenkinson and John Curtis, son ot Mr and Mrs Roger Whipple. Girl Scouts Honor Mothers Members of Girl Scout Troop 20 gave a Mothers Day parly Wednesday, May 6 at which the following mothers were in attendance, Mrs W. A. Barry, Jr., Mrs Loretta Bruch, Mrs Eldon Shaw, Mrs R. W, Wetzel, Mrs Maynard • Wiegand, Mrs C. N, Robinson and Mrs Lou Porter. The* mothers provided the refreshments, punch and cookies. Those unable to'attend were Mrs How- ard''Busch, Mrs Leona Snider, and Mrs Leo Cassel. Troop 20 consists of Mary Kay Barfy, Elaine Bruch, , Barbara Busch, Michele Cassel, Sharon Gardner. Mai ilyn Miller, Verdean Shaw,- Ellen Snider, Becky Wetzel and Phyllis Wiegand. Leaders are Mrs Earl Miller and Mrs Leo Gardner. Birthday Party Mrs Duane Riley held a party Saturday al'ternooh in honor of the son David's eighth birthday. Present wr.-re JDavid Sabin, Duane and Eugene Hunt, Mike Missal, Randy SchUtzer, Jim Kajewski and Ted Hovey. Games were played and lunch was served. Evening guests were William Goetsch and Sheryl of LuVerne, Sonja Goetsch of Sioux City and David's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch. Newcomers' Guest Night " Newcomers club held its annual guest .night May 4 at the Legion hall with 36 present. Hostesses were Mesdames Carl Hansen, Bernard Cooper, Don Davidson and Don .Pearson. Lunch was s'erved and cards'were played: High at 500"was Mrs Gordon Hall, low, Mrs Leonard .Goecke.,High, at Bridge was Mrs Gfebrge 'Smith and low, Mary Smith.. Door -prize was - won by W[rs,Warren Brokaw. . , New" York Visitors ., ' ... Ct.Mr and jMrs Robert! J. Corcor? an arid Mark.' and Mary of Ne^ Yo"~ric." City are visiting Mrs Corcoran's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Craig Smith here and, at, the parental J.'.M. Fleming home t at Whittemore. Mr( Corcoran is .a television 'writer arid .will return to New York in time fpr,the,Ellery Queen show Friday ^ evening. Corcoran wrote the current episode. Mrs Corcoran,, the former tfluth Fleming, will • remain here • for several Weeks longer. Sorority To Meet - Xi Xi Exemplar chapter of Beta< Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday evening, May 19 at the home of Barbara Haggard. There will be installation of officers. Mrs Clayton Pittman is president; Mrs Gordon Schmidt, vice president! Mrs, Roger Will, secretary; and j Mrs 1 Pat Bradley, treasurer. New members, recently receiving the Exemplar degree are Mrs Corwin Peer, Mrs Richard Cook Mr? Harley'Haas, Mrs Don Sherman, Mrs Eugene Zender and Mrs Lyle Anderson. Club The Algona Woman's Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, May 18, at thfe Farm Bureau building. This is the final meeting of the current club year. Mrs Elizabeth Sehenck will discuss Iowa History Makers and Mrs Cora Thompson will report Federation news. Mother-Daughter Club The four Corners Mothers and Daughters club Will meet Thursday, May 14 ttt the Good" Hope church. Mrs Lewis Broesder will be hostess. Eadh members is requested to bring a box lunch. The program will be in. charge of the honorary members. Home Prom Aritona Mrs Luella Baker has returned to her home here after spend- fw fhnWht at nix and Mesa, Ariz. 26 Kindergarten Registers, Burt > Burl — Kindergarten tfp for the Community School was held last week with some 80 fathers and mothers in attend* ance. Ltinch was served by the mothers of the present kinder* gaiten class. Twenty-six children were signed up for next year, 11 girls and 15 boys, Girls are Cheryl Coady; Geneva Graham, Cathy Grubb, Joyce Larson, Ann Lavrenz, Sandra Lovstad, Barbara Madmen, Darlene Miller, Cynthia So* derberg and Pamela Wagner. Boys are Mark Behrends, Robert Devine, Howard Elmers, Jay Graham Jr, Craig Giddings, David • Gronbach, terrance lllg, Allen Lickteig, Phillip Lovstad, David Miller, Brian Reimers. Roger Sarchet, Charles Schrader Steven Scott' and Theodore White, Baccalaureate 'Services for thr- Senior Class and^tbr the Eighth Grade Graduating. Class were held in the school auditorium And we can help you buy it at low ' bank rate** , * i i *«* ? Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation / ' ," Algond, Iowa • . .1 . . : "<>. 1 * * , J-« J«J .^V - . , . ^ •» iiiiliiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! • ; f v ' , This Store 1st BRASSIERE HEADQUARTERS ' Brownie Training Course* A- training course for Brownie leaders and mothers who wil help with the Day Camp will be 1 held Wednesday, May 20 from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. at the Call State Park. Training in fire building, mea ' preparation, rope lashing and general camping will be given. In case of rain the course will be given Tuesday, May 26. Day Camp will) be held some time in August this year. Moihere's Day guests Mr, and Mrs William Funk had as dinner gues.ts Mothers Day, Mrs Funk's children, Mr and Mrs James Hammen and family of Manspn, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David, Dick -and Diane Riley. , Alfo present were Mr Hammerfs "parents, Mr and Mrs Henry - • Hammen of Mansori and Mrs Riley's parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, and Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe, ' , In Piano Recital '.The music department of St, • •; Cecelia's Academy presented Mar* i ir !an,' Roth 'and Loretta Hall in a { -f pitma 1 recital Wednesday cjvening, ,' May J3, Miss Rpth, a- senior, is *>-- daughter. <of Mr and Mrs Si ;h\;and Miss Hall, a junior is ••£lWer of Mr'and, Mrs W, f i As never before I Discover freedom combined with fashion T'S't ;;• ' lER'S ANNUAL ivr, --< i; 26lh ANNIVERSARY ! I t, MORE THAN 100 MEN'S SUITS i' ' *! f " i . •« - .."*,•!* - . ' Prices Drop $2 Daily! f NEED A NEW SUIT? . . . going'to need one? This is for you. Over a hundred ||, , top-notch Hub ClothierV s r uitsBre^yburs to choose from—, in our Anniversary 'Dutch Auction^ Actual suit values up to $65.0Q included — you can start picking them Wednesday < at $40.00, 'a hid[each day the price drops two .bucks! Take your pick of day and price — but'remember: Selection is always best the first „ few,-days of ,theisnjet,,?YOUR suit is here . . r . iust drop in and see. , ,* <r * o? *S "'f «,- -,; , ^ , > t \ >•" f * ' "' ' - >ll> '" " ' »* * •' A • ' """ ' ' Price 1 N i n v-« H Price ^^^t^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^T^^^^^^tt*<^*^ria^ •• •• HM >Bmi r 4^ j ^^* ^^. • T- U II fD' m? ^^w s " , ! ^^* V 5 *& * I n U II A Own Price " " " * ^^ i»f v • • r™ ;: •/•£ T?^* •• •% •;-•& •- ft 0 Prie ? Price aitef_SAV£l_ SATURDAY, MAY 23 :: Price $22 "DUTCH AUCTJON'.fjs SPECIAL! •;' !« V . ,.) *• PAJAMAS ORIGINAL 10 IRA, woy you look —enjoy Ittewoy) you ftel In this ntw Gossard Original 1 ". lt'$j purposely designed for 10 times more com* fort, more freedom, more flottery, The secret's) in the deftly contoured web-like elastic band* pig that puts you at ease— always, White only^ .Cotton with embroidered cotton bvif cup*. 1 (Ad/wfob/e back fwf«nfog, nhouldtr «frop*l i$ ' i< * + jii M'Pttw* p. I;;*, m w^w»» mn$.. ,- fi r ;%"'J-L^WH'^ount^Kinjseth'tsnd Mrs. %>;^ -^|ft£ipiii>iw^ rt a 5hP,wer ^;-A* MMfWlUte G0OT»ntty &, $3.00 Mrs Mildred Miller,, graduate Oossard Corsetiere, will be Happy to fit yow with a .new Gossard Girdle or Brassiere and will give you expert advice on the style of garment best suited to yowr figure, Consult her freely; this a service which fh!» store offers its customers, gratis. These men's pajamas have the famous "Pleetway" ; i brand label on. ;/ em' . , . Coat style, middy style, tike your choice.. Pat- . terns, colors like, a Western sunset.' A top big buy for Father's Day, tool Reg. $3.93; values. ! Du(ch Auction 9 Special! Your Choice Any of Our $9.95 SLACKS 'DUTCH .AUCTION" SPECIAL! MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS "DUTCH .AUCTION" SPECIAL! ; MEN'S LEATHER WORK SHOES 4.99 T * "** JS,A*I In spite of rising Shoo Costs, here is a terrific footwear buy for youl Sturdy Re* tan Cowhide upper, long wearing Armor* tread sole with steel shank; Compare with ,any $7,95 Shoe Sizes 6>/a to 11. FOR ONLY I. IB $ 1.98 Cool and comfy are these smart new 1959 model sport shirts. jCome in and look I'em over and you'll | appreciate these ter- I rjfic'values 1 -— swell for Father's Day tool With The Purchase Of Sport Coal You come in and pick yourself out a slick, handsome new spot coat . . . any one you want . . ,buy it , . , and then go over ' to our slacks rack and pick yourself out any pair of *' slacks, up to $9,95 kind, Pay us fpr the sport coat, add $1 for the slacks and "DUTCH AUCTION" SPECIAL! t Samsonite Start-A-Set Sale OVERNIGHT GASES walk awpy W M a not sports outfit! $ 16.95 Men's, of Ladies, Sam- sonite .Overnight c,as- 'es from' 1 our regular •stock. This case sells nationwide at'$19,95 so you save $3,; Buy now and you;can add matching pieces let. THE HUB ALGON4, IOWA

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