The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 15
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DIAMOND'S JANUARY PROMOTION! • PICK THEM OFF THE RACK — and Save 1 Insulated VESTS • Boys Sport Shirts doing Out ai — MEN'S Dress Shoes Beth Loafers arid Dress Ties LlghJ M a f»aih*t and warm at loan. West under ouitt coat. Bal* priced ! Overshoes Complete Stock of 2-4-5 Suckle and Zipper*. Mens Nylon Stretch Sox Fitii quality nylon •iretch — tell regularly lor buck a pair. SAVE- Mens Cotton DRESS SOX Sale Price You are getting •ocki priced 39c per pair uiually — lave at 3 pair price. 10-13. Mens Chino Work Pants Sale Price 3.39 Tough-wearing 8Vi 01. chlno panti in grey or tan. Compare at $4.49 1 ' SAVE ON SHOES! All have genuine Neollte lole*. they wear longer than leather it iayi on the tag. Slzet id 13. Pick off the rack 1 "Sunbeam" SHAVEMASTER (Electric Raior) At a Price So Low We Dassn't Advertise It Genuine Army COVERALLS Cloiesi Thing to "Iron" Made 5.66 Government Cost if $10.40 Per Garment 100% Virgin Wool MENS COAT Sweaters Button front — pocket* — double elbowc. Thete were $8.95. . Red Barn PAINT We're doling it out — gallon or a carload. 1.50*" Watch Diamond's ADS for the "word" about the MOST EXCITING incoming arrivals of "Nationally - Advertised" merchandise purchased on a recent Buying Trip. My wife purchased some beautiful Sport Shirts (70 dozen to be exact). They will be arriving soon along with the new Ivy League slacks and other DRESS ITEMS. Watch — Watch —• Watch — Watch — Watch Diamond's SURPLUS STORE Across From Post Office Waihable Nylon Indian BLANKETS 2.47 Light and warm — 54 x 72 inch — buy a pair I Mens Winter JACKETS $5 We Have 20 Xidt Reverilble Washable JACKETS In Siiei 6 to 18 2.00 All-Metal BJ ROLLER SKATE | CASES (plus tax) Choice of gay col- I on — strongly re- • Inforced — lock and key. Brand-new Bailey-Higgins Nuptial Vows At Whittemore Whittembre — Eva Belle Bailey of Alguna, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bailey of Milford, and Vernon Leroy Higgins, son of Mf and Mrs Conrad Higgins of Whittemore, exchanged wedding vows Saturday morning, Jan. 5, in a double ring ceremony at 9 a.m. in St. Michael's Catholic church with Rev. Gerald Zensen officiating. Preceding the wedding ceremony Sister Mary Dominica played the wending march and accompanied Louis Kollasch and Armand Elbert of Dubuque. who sang. Victor Hansen and Tommy Parrel! were Altar boys. Mrs Luella Suss, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Bonnie Bailey, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Gordon Higgins attended his brother as best man and Robert Higgins, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Jerry Bormann and Glenn Kollasch, friends of the couple were ushers. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents and at 11:30 a dinner was served to 100 guests in the Legion hall. A receptloh was held for 200 friends and relatives at 2 p.m. Mrs Bob Higgins was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Joyce Le Master, sister of the bride, of Minneapolis cut the cake, Mrs Veronica Higgins, West Bend, aunt of the bridegroom, poured. Mrs William Degan and Mrs Roland Pettit, friends of the couple, were in charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were Jackie Lang, Mary McGlaughlin and Mrs Joyce LeMaster. Mr Higgins attended the Presentation Academy from which he graduated and served with the navy for four years. He has been employed with the A.S.C. in Algona. Mrs Higgins is a graduate of Spencer high and has been era- ployed by the Fareway store in Algona. Upon their return from a short honeymoon they will leave here Jan. 12 for St. Louis, Mo. where Mr Higgins will attend the diesel mechanic school. <O)e (Llppcr JDcs; jlloincs AIGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1957 VOL. 94 - NO. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidrn- vvith wore entertained at pinochle at the George Meyer home last Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs George Wiehten- ciahl entertained at a six o'clock dinner at their home last Wednesday evening in honor of their sons, S/S Henry who spent a 20- day leave here with his parents and left Thursday to report for duty at Crashcrew Naval Air Force Base, in Corpus Christi, Texas, and for Pyt. Bernard Wichtendahl, who will report at Camp Dix, N. J., Jan. 19, and will leave from there for Germany. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock and Mrs Mathilda Paul of Marshall, Minn, were Friday evening visitors at the homo of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. William Faulslich was released from the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg, Thursday afternoon. Mr Faulstich underwent surgery in Emmetsburg and is recuperating at home now. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and sons Gay-le and Roger and Mrs Mathilda Meyer of here, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and son Everett and daughter Jeanette of Lotts Creek were Friday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Preston near Cylinder on the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Preston. The families of the late Mr and Mrs Albert Potratz gathered in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran church on Sunday, Dec. 30 for a dinner. Present were Mr and Mrs Francis Schwendeman, Mr and Mrs Hugo Potra-tz, Mr and Mrs Clarence Struecker of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Terry Behlmer of Clarion, Mr and Mi's Edward Maahs, Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber, Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs and Mr and Mrs Paul Potratz and their families. Mr and Mrs William Haarberg and family of Wauneta, Neb. are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Kermit Kuecker, Friday evening. The Haarbergs and • the Kueckers were visitors at the visitors at the home of Mr and 6 Academy Cheerleaders St. Cecelia's Academy basketball team does not lack for encouragement in its games this and the six reasons why are pictured above. They ore the school cheerleaders this year. Pictured left to right are Deanna Bebo, Marian Roth, Arleen Ludwig, Grace McEvoy, DianO Stebritz and Bunnie Sheridan. Mrs Henry Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Vernon Hollister and family of Savannah, 111. spent their New Years holiday at the home of Mr and Mrs Russ Medin. Mr Hollister is a brother of Mrs Mcdin. Mr and Mrs George Dahlke of Rockwell City and Mr and Mrs Chan Dailey of Algona were New Years Day guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch. Mrs Herman Morgan of Washington, D. C. has been visiting at the .home of Mr and Mrs George E. Fandel. Mr and Mrs Gene Harig of Newton spent several days last week at the home of Mrs Hang's parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Walters. Eugene Montgomery of Ed- wards Air Force Base, Calif, spent his Christmas vacation here with his grandmother, Mrs P. L. Stainbrook. Other relatives who were Christmas Day guests were Mr and Mrs Richard Overbo of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Marvin Overbo and family of Glenville, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Gilmore Hageland of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit and son and Mr and Mrs Marvin Erpelding and family of Algona were New Years Day dinner guests at the George Streit home. Phyllis' Stainbrook left from Mason City Sunday for New Mexico, where she will visit for several weeks, Mrs Thomas Schuller is a pat- ient in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Elmer OstWald entertained a number of relatives and friends at a New Years Eve card party. Present were Mr and Mrs Harold ZLmmermann, Mr and Mrs Herbert Schmitt, Walter A. Meyer, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hein« rich, Mr and Mrs Harold Hall, Dorothy Rosendahl and Aurelia Leininger. Mrs Harold Zimmermann and Walter Meyer won high, Mrs Hall and Melvin Heinrich, low, and Harold Zimmermann, travel. Mrs Pauline Northrup of Buf> falo Center and Ralph Ankeny ol Webster City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Eldon Maahs New Year's Day. NOTICE! THIS SALE STARTS 8:00 A.M. THURSDAY MORNING Rusk's Counter-Top Clean-Up Sale, As Described Below, Was Announced in Tuesday's Paper to Begin Next Monday. That Was Because of The Large Amount of Merchandise To Be Made Ready For The Sale, And We Did Not Think II Possible To Be Ready Before Monday. However, Already The Many Requests For These Bargains Have Caused Us to. Put in Overtime Getting Ready - And With This Extra Effort We ARE NOW READY! So This Rusk Counter-Top Sals Begins NOW, Lasts All This Week and All Next Week! Come and Get It 1 FOLLOWING OUR INVENTORY-ALL ODD LOTS, ONE AND FEW-OF-A-KIND, CLOSE-OUTS, MERCHANDISE LEFT OVER FROM HOLIDAY SELLING, SALE BEGINS NOW - THURSDAY! AND CONTINUES ALL THIS WEEK AND ALL NEXT WEEK RUSK'S COUNTER-TOP CLEAN-UP SALE Serve Yourself! Counter-Tops Loaded With Bargains-All Plainly Marked STATIONERY Boxed stationery — note paper — personal stationery — White & Wycoff writing paper — some boxes slightly soiled OFF BILLFOLDS Men's and Ladies billfolds in the famous "BOSCA" brand — all out on one counter and all marked at — Vs. OFF SILVERWARE 1881 and 1847 ROGERS — broken sets and if your pattern is here you can select items like extra teaspoons, tablespoons, etc, . . ALL NOW SLASHED TO OFF JEWELRY COUNTER One Bargain Counter at Rusk's Containing • MENS, LADIES IDENT BRACELETS • ROSARIES • WATCH BANDS • NECKLACES AND MATCHING EAR RINGS • BETTER BRACELETS * BOXED SETS All of This and More 1$ Marked At Up To ONE-HALF PRICE UP TO OFF SAVE UP TO BABY TOYS All that's leftl . . . rubber toys of all description* animals, rattles, boxed toys . . , the WHOLE WORKS GOING OUT AT *- OFF HOLLOWARE CLOSE-OUTS CLOSING OUT Hollo- ware pieces such as coffee services, trays, sugar & creamers, etc. . . . and it's all out at close-out price tickets I WRIST WATCHES ONE CASE OF WATCHES $25.00 Trade-in Allowance For Your Old Watch — On Your Choice of Any of the Wrist Watches in This Selection. Six Famous Watch Makes Are Represented Here. PLAYING CARDS Decks That Sold Regularly for $1.50 Packaged Double 89c L VERY SPECIAL PRICES ON GOOD ffr Trade-In CAMERAS ^^^^^^^y^^m^^^y^^^f^^^^ AH of our trade-in Cameras ... in many different makes . . , many different types . . . and we are marking them with prices that will sell them on sight. You'll be surprised at their fine condition. HERE ARE EXAMPLES OF THESE SENSATIONAL BARGAINS • Famous Make Camera — Retails New ai $15.00 — SALE Used $2.98 German-Made Camera — Retails New at $85.QO — SALE Used 29.9$ Argu* C3 with flash attachment and carrying case complete Retails New at $68.50 SALE U»«4 28.50 (And Many Others To Choose From) AND DON'T MISS THE "Odds & Ends COUNTER One special counter in this Rusk sale will have a big lot of all kinds of bargains from all over the store ... if you can use these items, they're lure BARGAINS. Too much to list here, but be sure not to mist it I OTHER ITEMS NOT ADVERTISED

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