The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 3
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t Dollar Days In ApriUnd Auto Show May 5-6 tfwo special Events, one for .April and one for May, have befell finftouftced by the trade promo- tfftn committee of the " Algona 1 Chamber of Commerce. N Friday and Saturday, April *16 and 17, an All-Algona Dollar Days is being planned. Wednesday arid Thursday, May 6 and 8, a 1948 automobile and truck show is on the program, to be held on State st. 'Approval has been secured from the city council for the Use of three blocks on State St., for the autom&bile and truck show, from Thorihgtdn, to Jones. It is expected that a -maximum of. 40 models will be On display. Therfe is, of course, ' no admission charge being planned.! Lodal automobile dealers'' say they expect to have models avail-able of all 'lirtes and styles for this event. An "extra feature" of the Dollar Days will be presence on Al* gona streets; each day,- of the ^Silver D611ar,Men." Fifty members of the Algona Chamber of Commerce each be given a silver dollar >to carry ..with them. the first person asldn'ohfem "Are you IhCvSilver Dollaf'.MMH?" will get the dollar', Sttiffi; gfrtploye-es and Chamber of Cotflme'rce members, of their faifoiliesf will not be eligible to rcceiVe any of the dollars, . ' •.-,.., The 'Algona Newspapers will carry complete 'details,;; of these pending aventa in futuife issues, Drake U, Band Comes Next Week Drake universiy concert band, directed 'by Prof. , Gordon Bird will appear at the high school auditorium, Monday, April 12 at 8 p. m. The Drake band recently presented a concert at -radio- theater KRNT, Des Moihes,._which .was highly acclaimed by the ''audience. A varied program" wiirfcte presented 'here, and it will include soloists and small groups. This will be the'last concert of the musical concert series spon-> sored by the Algona schools music department, • It is necessary to find housing and breakfast accommodations for the 70 band mergers, Part of them will be guests- : lnffiorncs of loral band ,membersvr,-^-y.Qu ate willing' to 'ehtertalttypb of the personnel R. C; GuS'ter, high school -band director/would appreciate- having you call hinrii Kossuth Women On Ames Radio This afternoon, Tuesday, at 3:15 four Kossuth women will appear on the Martha Duncan hour* over WOI at Aines. They Will discuss the subject of "Health." On the discussion panel Will be Mrs. C. C. Intnan, Bancroft; Mrs. Harry Feller, Algona; Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Corwilh, and Alma Schultz,; home economist from Algona. The Kossmh Farm Bureau women are behind a movement to get a nurse for their county. Petitions are being circulated now for signatures asking for a county. Public health nurse. These will be presented to the board of supervisors for action at 'the May meeting. Minor Car Crash A minor accident, Involving car's driven by Mr. and Mrs.. Francis Shierbon of Algona who were married late Saturday, and Joseph Kemma of Bancroft, was investigated Sunday by Sheriff Cogley. The accident happened at 7:45 p. m. near the site pf the former prisoner-of-war ' camp west of Algona. The cars were headed one east, the other west, There was extensive damage to both vphicles when they sideswiped, but no personal injuries to the occupants. Society Note Engaged to Wed— Mo spring Get Under a DOBBS or c LEE TWO MOST FAMOUS fine makes of hats in America! ; . . . and we have; a swell peak selection of both here at the HUB. Featherweights lhat are easy to wear, light on your '' head, .give plenty of smart styles. Come in and gel ^nder one now — • what it does, for -your ' $7".50 and ; N . LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS CO. Ruth Ann Sigsbee, above, wil become the bride of y. E. Beardley of Lincoln, Neb., in late summer. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and a graduate of Algona high and the Immanuel Hospital^ School of Nursing in Omaha. Her engagement, was announced last week. Iris Lieb Hostess— , Iris Licb was hostess at a party last week Saturday evening in celebration of her 16th birthday. Guests were Marlene Gillespie, Marian Zeigler, Opal Kern.Phyl- lis Richardson, Harriet Brown* Betty Dearchs, Laura Ann Neville, Janet Mertz, Doris Applegate, Claudia Pollard and Marilyn Miller. A part of the time was spent at games, after which lunch was served and a theatre party finished the evening. Seniors "Borrow" Sophs For Play Bode—"Faith, Hope and Flar- Hy," a three act farce, will be presented by the Bode senior class in the gymnasium of the Bode school on , Friday evening, April 16,'at 8 o'clock Under the direction of Mrs. Doris Johnson, head of the English department. The seniors had tp borrow a few of the sophomore class due to the shortage of girls in the senior class. Those from the sophomore class are as follows: Margie Olson, Juanita Larsen and Lucille Sween. The cast is as follows: LaVortne Bakken, Bernard Whisinand, Juanita Larsen, Margie Olson, Roberta Schmidt, Alpha Underbcrg, Robert Christiansen, Stanley Arne, Marilyn Pflibson, Stanley Olson, Richard Rood, Lucille Svvecn, and Virgil Christiansen. The sale of tickets will begin this week. Has Relapse From Farm Accident Herbert Rosenau of Lakota, hived man at the S. L. Loss farm since January 1 fell into a 4-foot hole a couple of weeks ago and hurt his legs and back. He had worked for the Wade Balls a couple of years and went to stay with them while he recuperated. He was getting along well and was able to be about on crutches until Friday when complications developed. Sunday he was taken to the Kossuth hospital for observation and treatment. Supervisors Converts !i!*!fe^jy!M The board of supervisors held its April monthly meeting at the courthouse Monday and allowed bills for payment. Nothing else of importance was expected to come up at this meeting. •ow/% ,Thur$, » Fri, - Sat. April 8-9-10 DOUBLE FEATURE "Slippy McGee" Donald Barry and Dale Evans Co-Hit Jimmy Wakely in "Oklahoma Blues" Added Serial-"SEA HOUND" Sun. - Mon. • Tues. • Wed. April 11-12.13-14 HOLLYWOOD'S NEWEST STAR SURPRISE! Burt Woman's Club- Mrs. George Patterson, assisted by Mrs. Robert Nealv, Mrs. Richard Thompson and Mrs. Herman Rachut o£ Burt, entertained the Burt Woman's* club Monday evening. The lesson was on "Home Decorating" and Herman Hauberg gave a drapery demonstration. Asa Family Dinner— A family dinner was given Sunday at the parental Frank Asa 'home at Livermore honoring Don Asa, who recently came from New York, where he had been in service, and has 'been discharged. Others attending were his wife, the former Jane Brown, Kenneth Asa of Waterloo, Phyllis Asa, who is attend-, ing college. Mr. and Mrs. Fred* Asa 1 and family of Doan, Mr. arid. Mrs. Bryan Asa, Mr. and Mrs.J Gordon Davidson of LtiVerne. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maas of Soil Conservation Planner Is Here L. H. Laird, farm planner with the Soil Conservation Service, is now located in postoffice room 14. He is assisting the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District in their work, and will also welcome to his office any farmers or land owners interested in soil conservation practices. Members of the Kossuth Soil Conservation district are George Hagge, ' Ledyard; J. C. Skow, Wesley; and Frank Droessler, Burt. A. L. Brown is secretary. Eight Licenses To Wed Issued Business picked up in wedding licenses last week with eight being ' issued by court clerk Mrs. Alma Pearson. They were to: Raymond H. Meyer and Leta Reynolds,"Algona; Francis Shier- ban,'Algona, and Dorothy Long, Burt; Leonard Gray and Iva Anderson, Titonka; Milford August •it: t, Comfort m '*" " ' +*j tt iiflj ;Cathers-Sons B.inquel— ,. There was all but a capacity attendance, at the annual Fathers and Sons banquet in the Methodist dining room Friday evening. Serving a dollar-a-plate, chicken-, pie dinner were, the W. S. C. S. women, who filled 4:64 plates. Harold Fitch presided as tqast- master. Fred Kent gave a brief welcoming address, and Larry Douglas responded. Robert Richardson led r singing, with Dr. R. C. Dewel as pianist. A boys' quartet consisting Of Dale Col•ins, (Jerry .LaUritzen, Ronald Hutchings and Larry Douglas sang. Speaker of the evening .was Myron Olson, Fort Dodge, whose topic was The Right View of Life. Mr. Olson, * Fort Dodge high school principal, is leaving Fort Dodge to become principal of university high school at Iowa City, Reclining Chair i - .-" .: - . 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John Mitchell, accompanied, by Jess Grubb of Sexton and Peter Schumacher of Whittemore, attended a chemical clinic at Webster City, Thursday, The m?et- ing was to discuss the use of 12,4-D in weed eradication, Mr. end Mrs, Kenneth McCoy had as dinner guest? last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs.' Omar Mc- Ma.hqn, Mrs, Beulah McMahon, and Mrs, 'McCoy's paints, Mr, and Mfe, George MeMshon of Charles City, Mr. aftd Mrs. Ray McMahon joined the group for the afternoon. • • John Larson, $we« City f Joins Army Swfei Ciiy-TtaJin H; Larson, 24, in of Mr, and Mrs. A- D- Larson, two mili?s-*3st of jSwea C|ty, enlisted. |Q {r»e rfgular U-S. Army. He preyjo^ly sej?ved ta the V- S. Jung 194§ \% Jjecem- ' ,( r§g«l8r urmy foe the the Spring Toppers Hurry in! Spruce up your Spring ward* robe with one or mor» of our grand buys. A wide selection. , $22.75 and $29.75 Wait'l! you se« Governor Jimmie at a gang-buster! Wait'll you hear him sing! JIMMI DAVI No. 1 Spring Suit Ballerina Skirt' and, Short Jacket' .in sdf t sheen. rayon and .w.ool gabardine —10 to 18. Lovely pastel shades at • • $29.75 Co-Hit Smiley Burnette in ast Days of Boot Hill" Newest Style Sensation AJ *een in MADEMOISELLE and JUNIOR 8AZAAR Carouse/ To match a mood of spring abandon, a daisy print with a voluminous, whirling PERSONALITY PINS skirt and pouf sleeves no bigger ^ than a minute. The fabric design, Carole King's alone . Windsor spun rayon Junior sizes 9 to 1 5. $14.95 with imported machine-cu' stones Made-tO'Order "Just.For You" . Size 16'/ 2 to 24'/? at $7,50 HKr 7«W •* uT . * fl M - West—Bend; and Kathleen Rose 'Maahs, Whittemore; -Clyde L Kobbs of, Britt and Geraldine Siekmeier of Crystal .Lake. -WANT ADS BRING RESULTS.

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