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May 25, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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ALGONA . 1 F MAGNIFICENT DONALD SINDEN DENHOLM ELLIOTT VIRGINIA McKENNA PLUS CARTOON - SPORTS - NEWS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY BOTH IN TECHNICOLOR Arlene Dahl in . "DIAMOND QUEEN" Steve Cochran in "SHARK RIVER" Fa/;m S/sfers of Swish -I As Centennial Project , < * 'i * Men with beards and western hats aren't going to have ,flll»the fun in this Centennial... not by a long shott- The, ladies are about to cut loose arid show that they, too, have ways of depicting pioneer days of Kossuth County. They are organizing "Sisters of Swish," which will have a "chapter" in every town in the" county, and es the name implies, the ladies will "swish" it a little With old-time costumes and sun-bon* nets. '•'...," . Special buttons are' being offered at $1.00 each, bearing the name "Sisters of Swish," and purchase of the button entitles a lady to full membership in the organization. Mrs Nellie Van Allen has been appointed president of "Sisters of Swish" assisted by. a general committee composed of Violet G-laser, Mildred Winkel," Dorothy Goodman and Delia He'garty, There will be committees of the "Sisters of Swish" in' all towns of the county. '•Now here comes the pay-off .. , where the ladies are going to show their stuff. One day a week, Tuesday, is being set aside when all ladies—saleswomen in store, offices, and housewives,' too —will tog out in their old-fash* loned costumes and wear them all that day. This begins next Tuesday, June 1, and it is expected that special police' arrangements w;ll have to be made on Algona's downtown streets to keep the men in line. .So, ladies, get your "Sisters of Swish" button (can be purchased at the" Centennial cabin in Algona or in other county communities) and join, in to depict old-fashioned • pioneer costumes. Remember, next Tuesday is the first big day! Quebec is North only walled city. America's SLEEPER Ip the language of the theatre, a "sleeper" is ajsicture that- comes through the studios unheralded, almost unnoticed—.} - then turns out to be entertainment of the finest type. We've ; >, got two sleepers, in these fine pictures, either one of which ( ?' co ( uld stand on its own merits—and we're going to give them to | 1 you in one grand bargain show for the whole family to enjoy.' IT'S DIFFERENT IF YOU LIKED ( "STARS IN MY CROWN" YOU'LL LOVE THIS! THE MOST AMAZING: ANIMAL STAR EVER SEEN ON THE SCREEN! , «MUff. . mutiiiiiiii T STARRING IN EXCITING COLOR SfARRINQ DONNA CORCORAN • WARD BOND FRANCES DEE and GYPSY AN M-G-M PICTURE SHELLEY WINTERS KEENAN WYNN DEWEY MARTIN STARTS SUNDAY STARTS SUNDAY ALGONA*, Brand New, Genuine FRIGIDAIRE The Refrigerator with New Ideas! See These Frigidalre Feature* I t Qyickube Ice Trays • Bw»t-ro»i«tanl <f helve* • Full-width Ch|l| Drawer * Hold* 17 Its. frown food t Hydrator held* 17.5 qls, frglt* and. V9a«tables * New MyUng—ImWe and out t guilt and backed by General Molor* 1954 Model STP-76 Easy Terms A* Itovr M . trad«-ln qllowanc*—low down payment, easy term*. §t« all the ~»w BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bridal Shower Honors Mrs J. Harold Brandt was host* ess Monday evening, May 24, at a miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Davlene Glaser, 'whose marriage to Howard Stephenson will take place June 10. The evening was -spent socially, and luncheon was served by the hostess. Guests included the honoree's mother. Mrs Arthur Glaser, her sister/ Mrs John Millward of Garner, and Joan Scott, Mrs Henry Geilenfeld, Mrs Ewald Voigt, Mrs Arv Dennis, Mrs .Robert Gade. Mrs Jack Dutton, Mrs Lloyd Rouze, Mrs Elsie Reed, Mrs Gordon Schmidt, Mrs Bill Specht, Mrs Pat Cullen, "Joanne Dahl, Vera Semon, Iris Lieb, Opal Kern, Maria Oakland, Maxine Johnson, Peggy Patton, Mary Lou Valentine, Ellen Lundh, Marlene St. John and Dorothy Goodman. Mrs Robert Chambers has had a letter,from her mother telling of recent surgery. She is much improved but did not say whether she would be able to make the trip here from Pomona, Calif., in May as planned. If she'and her husband do not come at this time, they will come later. • Richard Sengbusch has written to his parents, Mr and Mrs William Sengbusch.that he plans to come home from Amarillo, Tex., for a visit about June 1. He is empldyed as a painter and has made his home there the past/ three years. • CORRECTION In last week's Upper Des Moines, one of'fehe items' printed from d summary <of-proceedings in Mayor Clapsaddle's court reported that Richard Ferstl had been fined $106 fbi* a stop'Viola- tion, and an OMV1 'charge had been dropped due to lack of evidence. The name was, in error. Richard Ferstl, was not Involved. The fine was assessed against William Richard Ferstl, and not Richard L. Ferstl. Clinton Guest Rites, Bancroft Bancroft—Funeral services for Clinton Guest, who passed away Friday evening, May 21, at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, were held Monday afternoon 'at the Garry Funeral Home. Clinton Guest was born Oct. 19, 1899, in Illinois and before coming to Bancroft lived with his parents on a farm near Lone, Rock. He worked: as a carpenter. He served in both "World War I and II' and during World War J served overseas. Rev August Post, pastor, of the Baptist Church, officiated with burial in the Greenwood cemetery. Mr Guest entered the Veterans hospital Wednesday, after becoming suddenly ill, and passed away Friday afternoon from pneumonia. ' ' . Surviving are a daughter in California, two sisters, -Mrs Wm. Dudding, Bancroft, a sist.er in California and three brothers, Ross and Allis in California, and Stanley of Berneigia, Minn. I " i< *Ffiirb*eSr6rs'*were Dori'Mufray, Henry Arndorfer, Andrew Deitering, Robert Dransfelt, Bancroft; Delmar Fisher, Lone Rock, and Al Dudding, .-Buffalo Center. Military rites were conducted at the cemetery.. • . / Meter Question To Council Again Algona city council members were meeting this evening (Tuesday) to decide on the question of parking meters and to give consideration to an alternate proposal made recently by a local businessman's group for off-street parking. The meeting had originally been called fpr last Thursday evening but 'as some councilmen could not attend, the meeting was postponed Hamilton Buys Beh rends Store Announcement of the purchase of Behrends' Feed Store on West State street here by the Hamilton Hatcheries of Wesley Was made here yesterday by Martin Hamilton. The change ,in ov/nership will be effective June 1. The store will be operated as Hamilton's Hatchery & Produce, and will have a full line of feeds as before, and also started,chicks. A buying station for poultry and graded eggs will also be included. A grand opening is planned for June 19. A. W. Behrends has owned the business for the past eight years. He will assist the new owners for a month in operation Dr. Geo. fngham Dies After Fire Dr. George W. Ingham, 86, who was born inJUgona, and has been a resident of Qlympia, Wash., for many years, where ne was a practicing physician in his younger days, died early last Friday when overcome by smoke In a fire that destroyed his home there. Dr. Ingham, who had lived in Olympia since 1893, was brother of the late Harvey Inghnm, former editor and publisher of the Upper Des Moines, and then for many years editor of the Des Moines Register. Dr. Ingham had retired in 1949. He is survived by his widow, Emma! a son, Dr. Reed Ingham, and a daughter, Mrs Caroline Klontz, both of Olympia. Honor A. J. Rlcklefs A. J. Ricklefs, Algona insurance man, was honored by receiving- the state achievement award Of the Woodman Insurance Co., Monday, 1 at a convention in Des Moines. The award was based on' insurance volume for health, accident 'a'rid hospitalization insurance, and was in the form of a cash prize. » Tuesday, May 25, 1954 Algona (la.) Upper BM Mdfr»e«-9 Vehkle Too Noisy Donald E. Dornbier, Wesley, paid a fine of $3 and costs in Justice G, H. Ostwinkle's court here last Thursday, on a charge of operating a vehicle with excessive noise on a public highway. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY $ BUCK NITES Rhonda Fleming Mark Stevens In "IITTLI EGYPT" in Technicolor Rita Hayworth Stewart Granger In "SALOME" in Technicolor STARTS THURSDAY - 3 DAYS TYRONE POWER in "RAWHIDE" plus "THE LION AND THE HORSE" r For Everything In FRiGIDAIRE Something Important IS going to happen at Fowlers OF IOWA Watch for the News! Fowlers Is Over With Play Togs! 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But something else we want you io see are our completely new "swirl skirts," that measure 12 yards around the bottoml Oh, what dreams they arel Newest colors, too. $6.95 up COOL-CASUAL AND DRESSY New Selection of Daytime Sun Dresses 10.95 Frocks that take you everywhere from downtown shopping to a gala evening out with hubby I Casual in style, with easy-to-get-into button fronts, short sleeves and sleeveless. Stunning new washable fabrics. A bright array io give sparkle io your summer dress wardrobe! MOTHER AND DAUGHTER OUTFITS These are real "cuiies" . . , exactly matching frocks made gay and different with ric-rac, brilliant insets, and squaw skirts. And little Susie's dress matches Mama's down to the last tiny siiichl Be sure to see these. Sizes 12 to 18 -..$5.98 Sizes 3 to fix ... $2.98 Sizes 7 to 14 $3.98 Eye-Catching & Water-Worthy New "Catalina" Swim Suits Are Here For You! 9.95 We picture just one — a stunner a draped bodice suit with vertical shirring and boy-cuff legs. Different, isn't it. But you have to see all thai "Catalina" has sent us in the swim suit line, to know how eye-catching a swim suit can be. Designed with slim-line princess lines and many unusual details. FOWL IRS OF IOWA Fowlers Talk Price Because Fowler s Prices Can Be Talked About ••-. :.•/,;,*»- •/ ''&&'••*"'*

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