The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 8
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• rm™ Wv > . ' (to,) Upper 6e« Molnej ThUfsrfay, May 4, 1961 Fashion In Lingerie Is Color Thfc timeless beauty of ^ Understudy, fdf a fashion performance . Grecian Galaxie pettistip . . elegancy enhanced with ajspli(p< • hft,iidcj»t lace and rosette^ .luxurious scalloped[ l«ce\ hemUn* ,, coriipletej ypur-ultra-femmlnc (.illusion. 0aquejayiok; ttiajt fjf with;, ^Arie^f •; flaHfranl .waist Luscious fashion .colors;'alabaster while, onyx blackY arid jvory duet, . Laurel duet, nectarine duet, 24-32 Average only. 33. The timeless beauty of IEMIS Fpr gjrk ^ yJiQ. demand- . smpotti, fit .comfort^ fylou fricot brief accent? cpm/ptt Jxiuquet of nylon lace appliquetl. One from a set of matching 4ingerie. Complementary fashion colotsi alabaster-white, onyx black, ivofy duet, sandalwood duet, lauret duet, nectarine duet. Sizes' 5-6-7. ; ' . The timeless beauty of lacy and lovely fa direct proportioa CO yout feminine beauty,*, Qreeutn Galaxte sffpi Exquuite beanryl length-proportioned slip by 44temU richly detailed with lace appliques on opaque pylon tricot. Molded bustlino plus smoothest sheath •tjliog underscore your perfect silhouc-tte! alabaster white, onyx black, ivory duct and sandalwood duet. Laurel duet, nectarine duet in sizes 32-40 average. $5.98 THE CHRISCHILLES STORE Algonan Bound Over; Second Count Of OMVI An Algorta man, Reinhard Lieb, was bound over to district court on a charge of OMVI, second offense, after he waived preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this week. Appearance bond was set at $500 and was furnished. Lieb was arrested Friday by Patrolman Bill Tordoff and the charge filed here. In other cases heard by the mayor, Eugene Hood, Algona, paid $100 and costs, intoxication; Arthur Baker, Willmar, Minn., $7, speeding; Harriet Bathne, Bode, $5, speeding; Arthur Blod- ;c-tt, Ft, Dodge, $8, speeding; Lloyd Kepner, Onawa, $119.13, three counts of truck overload; C. C. Hemmen, Algona, $10, truck overload; Joe Krieps, Wesley, .$5, failing to display license plates. Norris Gjerstad, Buffalo Ceny, $10, opeiating a vehicle without a license and $12, speed- ng at night; Cecil Bush, Storm Jake, $19, truck overload; Beryl Butterfield, Swea C i t y. $10, speeding; Bert Seely, Whittemore, $8, speeding; Venzil O'Dell, Kansas City, Mo., $12, speeding; Kenneth Kingery, St. James, Minn., $10, speeding; Richard Perry, Algona, $15, speeding; Delmar Johnson, L a k e f i e,l d Minn., $11, speeding; and Ronald Hanna, Burt, $10, speeding. Court costs were also assessed. Files D, Moines Divorce Suit Mrs Margaret'L. L^n Algona, filed suit,la Pdlfc.county district court at Des Mdlnes Monday for a divdrce frem Adelbert Leaheagh, also _ of Algbnt. She charged cruel and inhuman treatment. The Lcaneaghs were married Jan. 12, 1969. Mfs 'leaneagh seeks reasonable temporary ,and permanent 1 alimony and,' equitable distribution . of property, The Petition ort. file states that the Leaneaghs own a home here, a $14',000 equity in an Algona business building and that Mr Leaneagh owns 425 shares of stock in the Directory Se'rvice of Iowa. Mrs Lt-aneagh was granted" a $50,000 attachment to prevent her husband from removing his property beyond her reach. • David Schneider Weds Minnesota Girl April 18 Set Dates For j Sentral Finale ,,. Fenton — The Rev. Clifford E. Nordine, pastor of the PrAby- terian Church of -Lone Rock, will" deliver the Baccalaureate sermon at Sentral High school, Sunday evening, May 14th. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe Gazette will give trie Commencement Address, Wednesday evening, May 17th. The Junior-Senior Banquet and prom is being held this Friday evening May 5th at the school. The senior students will "'b'e through with their school work on Friday, May 12. Final closing day for the schools of, the Se^nt- fftl Coftimunity- District will fee Friday May 26th, Carriers Meet The Kossuth CoUttly Rural Carriers met at the Legian halL in Bancroft, Wednesday" • evening, April 19, FolltfWlni? pot-luck sUp« per business meetings were held A program was given by Mrs Heifner on origin of the Ame"f* lean Flag and Brs Earl- Berg on ican Flog and Mrs Earl Berg on origin of Holidays. Mi's M. 0. Givons was elected delegate to Slate convention at Cedar Rapids, Mrs Andrew Dei'terlng brought i the f.'ift for auction. Linda Ricks was nominated for nurse Scholar shit\ swaftls were made both to iricTdrriing 'freshmen' and transr fei? studenlts. Selections , were rri6df by Ithe 1 GeWe*arScrto4fiMlIp dorrfmittle' fKJftV amdrTg ,?&! "af^ p'ltealHons, . ' : " ', . The Cards' are Sri the amount of $100,' based on scholarship 6nly f and $262, tvased on scholarship and finamciklteed of Stafe President ,6hflrles Faxson tor 6f the Kossuth -Credit Bureau, was elected president of the , Algona, opera- fowa.« Collector's- Association last weekend during a convention of that organization dt Cedar. Rapids, • : Fractures Hip , ttlngsled —, Mrs Addie Wiley. 16, fell In her home at Rirtgsted Saturday morning and fractured her hip; She was taken by ambulance to Estherville, • Mrs Wil-: ey's daughter, Ruth, of Philadelphia came by plane Sunday to be with her mother. Divorce A divorce, was granted to Ruth Petefsorr m district; cburt here Tuesday by\ Judge- & W. Stillman. Defendant in the Action was,, Oryal Peterson and the plaintiff 'was, awarded custody of three minor sons, The Petersons were" married MaF. 18, 1939. ttev and-Mfa H. A, Smidt, Viola Becker, and Donald Rlngsdorf attended a North Central Presbytery at Waterloo Wednesday. • pmn Whittemore Theft Sheriff Ralph LAidhorsit was called to the Maahs Hatchery a Whittemore Wednesday morning to investigate itheflt of a power mower and tarpaulin. Total re tail value of the items was-es- imaled at $276 and insurance was carried by the firm. The mower was a new 21" Lawn Boy rider mower, olive green, and he tarp was 8 x 10. The theft occurred sometime between 1C p.m. Tuesday and 3 a.m. Wednes- IRV and the items were taken from in fronlt of the hatchery. Scholarship To Carl Danielson Merit scholarships have been awarded to 142 students who will be entering Iowa State University this fall, including Carl Danielson of rural Algona. David Schneider, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, Aigona and Linda Dontje, daughter o Mrs Andrea Dontje; Winnebago Minn., were wed April 18 in th First Presbyiterian church alt "Win nebago. Rev. George Tjaden o) ficiated at ithe candlelight seryic The bride 'was attired in beige suit, blue hat and white ac cessories and carried a bouque of white carnations with pini roses. Mrs Earl Struss attended the bride and Philip Schneider serv ed as best man for his brother. Mr Schneider is stationed a Ft. Aberdeen, Md. in the U. S Army. His bride will join him there lalter. (UDM Engraving) Algona Queen In S. City Contest This Weekend Mariann Schade, crowned Miss Algona National Guard a week ago, will go to Sioux City this weekend where she will compete in the Miss National Guard Pageant beginning Friday night. Winner of the Sioux City title will receive an expense-paid, weeklong trip to Las Vegas. The actual pageant and coronation at Sioux City will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday, but a formal dinner Friday evening and a parade Saturday will be followed by preliminary judging that day. Following the coronation, the Coronation Ball will be held at Shore Acres. Entertainers to be featured will include Tony Pastor, Les Brown ana Cathy Carr. A total of 20 girls will be competing for the title. Heads Sorority Judy Hinckley, Burt, junior at Simpson college, has been elected president of Alpha Chi Omega social sorority. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Hinckley YES WE ARE OP^N EVERY EVE 'TIL 8 WE ARE OPEN SUNDAYS a 'TlL 5 ''..••' •./.*&$**..,;:-"' • ' : ' • . YOUR COMPLETE NURSERY • .Tomato; Plants ' - • '"-j , ,. • Strawberry Plants • Cabbage- Plants i •, Fertilizers • .Garden Seeds,' Trees & Shrubs Rose Bushes Flowering Shrubs Planters . .i ( .v ' , 'Grass Seeds LANDSCAPING AND GARDENING NEEDS . ' .-;. . '.. tl \- . -f ' SEE what you buy at DUNCAN'S GARDEN CENTER LIGHT CY 4-4813 E. Hwy. 18 it's automatic... with the magic gas flame > . When you put a gaslight in your front yard, it says hello in such a friendly way. Gaslights adapt to any 'landscape and they always complehient your home. 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