The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1954 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1954
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A-Algorra (la.) Upper Pet Mojn»», Tuaictoy, June 8, CARMAN'S * * i Dress Shop & Variety BURT, IOWA Invites You To Their .,/• 5th Anniversary SALE Starts Thursday, June 10 THROUGH SATURDAY, JUNE 19lh Free Gift for the Ladies! Balloons for Kids SPECIAL BARGAINS 1st Quality Nylons 98c Special purchase of Slrutwear 51 guage, 15 denier hose. First qualify — not seconds. Hurry! Supply is limited on these. NEW SHIPMENT OF SMART Summer Dresses Juniors Misses up Half Sizes Special! URGE CANNON TOWELS Each 49c Special! TOWELS, 15x26 inches Each 29c Special! TOWELS, 18x36 inches — Each 35c CRASH TEA TOWELS, 14x26 inches Each 15c WASH CLOTHS 8c Each or 2 for 15c SPECIAL VALUES IN Skirts - Blouses - Little Girls Dresses Jewelry — Purses — and Many Gift Items We Sling the Party! You Get the Gifts! AT OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE Gorman's Dress Shop & Variety BURT, IOWA Open Wednesday Nites — Band Concert Every Wednesday — Free show every Saturday Nile at Burt, Iowa Wed, May 30, Lone Lone Rock — A very pretty wedding took place Sunday afternoon, May 30, at 4 o'clock at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church with the Rev C. E. Nordine performing the double ring I ceremony for Patsy Mary Marlow, daughter of Mr and Mrs El din Marlcw, and Dennis Carl I Priebe, son of Mr and Mrs Art Priebe. Mrs W. G. Flaig played Lohengrin's wedding march and nuptial wedding music. Jeannin Knight of Steamboat Rock sang the Lord's Prayer and I Love You Truly. The bride attired in a white suit with a red rose corsage was given in marriage by her father. She was attended by her sister, Dolores Marlow, in a navy suit with a yellow rose corsage, and a friend, Norm a Bierle in a light blue suit with a pink rose corsage. Dean Culbertson and Gene Blanchard were the groom's attendants. Out of town guests at the wedding were: Mr and Mrs Leon Larson and Dawn of Rowan, Mr and Mrs Charles Ramsey and Jeanne of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Raymond Priebe and family of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Robert Bates and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Jesse Marlow and family of Bancroft, Miss Kay Hamlin of Fairmont, Minn., Miss Katy Wedemeyer of Exira, Miss Pearle Hootin of Humboldt, Miss Frances Jorgenson of Gillette Grove. Both. Mr and Mrs Priebe were graduates of the Lone Rock high school. Mrs Priebe attended , Broadlawri's school of nursing for one year at Des Homes. They i are at home in the Priebe apart- 1 ments after a short honeymoon at Mankato, Minn. Mr Priebe is employed-by his father in the Priebe Grocery store. (Photo by Brown's Studio). Kossuth Students; Are Iowa Grads Among the 978 graduates to be awarded degrees from the University of Iowa at commencement exercises Friday morning, June 10, will be four students from Kossuth "county. The bachelor of arts degree will be awarded to Anne Teeter of Algona and Pat Garry of Bancroft. The degree of Bachelor of science in commerce will be awarded to Larry Douglas of Algona. A Burt student, Charles Dickens, will receive a doctor'of medicine degree. Commencement speaker for the occasion will be Professor Theodore Greene of the Yale philosophy department. HURT Three Paullina farmers were hurt, none seriously, when a scaffolding on which they were working collapsed, pitched them to the ground. One of the men, Lorenz Stoever, was unconscious for more than an hour. goto fuel-hungry monster/ v. in your basement? ' GOHED George Menke of near Dyersville was painfully injured by a bull recently. Knocked to the ground and gored, he managed to crawl under a fence during the few seconds that the bull's attention was attracted elsewhere. -*.?*• AreafiYrf Rites Monday , * • "•> Funeral services for tylta James D. Andrews, 88, residaiit of the Burt 'area for 75 years,' were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Titonka Methodist church. • ' Mrs Andrews died last Wedf, nesday afternoon at St. Ann ,hq§-> pital in Algona following a one, Week illness. . Rev. J. Alberts'on officiated at the services and McCullough Funeral Chapel 01 Algoha had charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Wesley 'cemetery. Olive Rosa Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs- Hans Anderspn, was bbrn near Oslo, ' Norway, Nov. 16, 1865. She came ,to this country with her parents when just 2V4 years old and the family lived at Rochester, Minn. When only 13, she moved to Burt. She was married to John Brown at Burt in the mid-eighties and they had three children, Emma Jane, Effie Mae and Lawrence John. Mr Brown died when Lawrence was just a year old. Mrs Brown then married James D. Andrews of Burt in 1889 and they farmed south of Burt until the spring of 189T when they moved to their farm north' of the Doan Church. , Mr Andrews died in 1936, and soon after that Mrs Andrews went to live with her son, Dean, south of Burt. •" • •• Mrs Andrews was a charter member of the Doan Women s Society of Christian Service and a Gold Star mother member of the Wesley American- Legion Auxiliary. , , . ' Seven children, 37 grandchildren, 57 great-grandchildren and four great - great - grandchildren survive. The children are: Mrs William Erickson (Achseh), Crook. Colo.; Howard, Titonka; Mrs Van Hansen (Ruth), Lu Verne; Mrs A. L. Struthers (Carolyn), Oakdale; Mrs Ted Hoover, Sr. (Lunora), Burt; Mrs Loyal Young (Fern), Algona and J. Dean Andrews, Burt. Four children, Emma Jane, Effie Mae, Glenford, and Fay, preceded her in death. Fay was tilled in World War I. Two brothers and a sister also iurvive. They are: I. Lee Anderon, Clarissa, Minn.; Albert Anderson, Langley, Wash.; and Mrs Carrie Bakkie, Pittsburg, Pa. Centennial Last Call Last call for old pictures— old stories — suitable for the Centennial Edition of the Algona .Upper Des Moines. If you have pictures of ancient vintage, but still reasonably clear, this paper would like to see them. All will be returned. The Centennial Edition of the Upper Des Moines will appear June 29th. ^ _ _ Elect Red Cross .. ^",. * .i-.^iftt*.>.i * ot'el- •u-a county 1 ;«ea held r efeOl^ •flt'thi*Al^ ft Algdria. Officers eieetfe Chapter ^chlirrfiaft,; Mrs ; N6rbert Kelley. Alfltotyfltete* chah-man,- titri HaAy,,'.aMaA*& Aliona; 2nd 1 vice /,chkirmarj r Mrs W. ,&. Officer, Slfrtr 3M viej-chairmari* Richard- O'Gfeen, ' Sw&a City; secretary, . Mrs .* Angus Cotton, Lbrie -Rock;, treasurer, tylrs Leon Meritt bf-Ai£>ha.' • • in _, ' The am&uht raised in the 1954 fund drive in ,Kossuth county was $8291.85* About $3,403 of this remains in the .county. From • the • county, six high school 'delegates will .be sent to Junior* Red.' Cross training at Boond June" 20-27. They are David Rippentrop. Titonka; Ellen Root, We'sley; Sheila McEvoy, St. Cecelia's; Linda Pentecost,- Algona high school; Mary Jo Elbert, Presentation, Whittemore; Ellen Stewart, Burt and Mrs Fred Erickson of St. Benedict will. be adult leader. " Newcomers Plan Party June 10 New. officers of the Algona Newcomers Club, recently elected, are as follows: Mrs Robert Henderson, president; Mrs Jack Booth, vice president; Mrs Lester Rhodes, secretary; Mrs Raymond Cook, treasurer. ^ The annual Newcomers <t;lub party will be held at the Algona CountryClub on Thursday, June 10, .beginning at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be served, and entertainment and dancing will follow. All Newcomers and guests are 'invited. "Reservations should be made by calling Mrs Phil Diamond. _ , oft BttwWtf evening. tfuAe 10, at 8 t>.mv AU'dpneerfs will be held If me did : Athletic! Park, 'The program for the first c6n- C6 Worid fivents March-Zamec- «*» Victor. tferbert Dreams * ' > favorites - N We "Washington Pbst Mafch^-Sousa . Tonawanda . Indian Dance — Wendland , , _, . 'Jalousie Familiar <•" Gade Ecstacy Tango -- Belf »9"te His Honor March — FiUmore Deep River Rhapsody — ; Wai- f Afig i ' Arrangers T Holiday — Benrfett" Walters- Yoder Monahan Post March — Kirtg Star Spangled Banner Band Concert Is Set For June 10 The t Algqna municipal, band under the direction of R. C. Gus- UDM Classifieds ,Pay Dividends All ''dhu|ph, 10 on > -name u,- 3 50x100x20, .ftBf t ». 0 »t »tes*rVted to-HH«fc*-Bfty; OT Vlil&s Cash at tlttte'M-?** ' ChWcH to be dismantled or J Church tO pe Oiamuuugy »}."""ed in 30 .days. Box;,56S, Algeriaj, IB- Phone..3^.^^,^' .i.i;j3i < M.-' nti/>f>s. Ifeffie '•6^ 1 >sn 5 iall > ' '.li^w* r ffi- frlPators,, - fe?8w, C^fs, IronerSj etdt We ~ : stocK wringer rolls for, all washers. Qui§k( ef-* RP.ECHER LANfi 'APPLIANCES SEE ME "FOR AfiAL. BARGAINS in farms,'loans/draina«e suf*' veying and estlniates on tile. BhU, J. Kohlhaas, Phone 22 ? Algona. tfn - NOTICE Will take'orders for •straw-- berres, 40 c'ents a qt. Call 922, tone Rock. . 23* " S " f "'*' f^f^.^^^J^'^u. HAIL CAUSES RECORD CROP DAMflGE Iowa Claimi During Year 9 Million! HAIL INSURANCE on CROWING CROPS... FIRE and LIGHTNING COVERAGE INCLUDED L. S. BOHANNON ^.l^ggmt Algona Iowa Phone 101* HIGH STHUT DBS MOINM, 'IOWA Why Pour Any More Money Into Your Old Truck? SAVE! Cash Now Does that old furnace of yours gobble up fuel at an alarming rate? Does it give you COMPLETE comfort? CLEAN comfort? Is it an all-around bothersome, expensive nuisance? Most old furnaces are- There is a tremendous difference between the old and new in heat- ing. See that difference when the Lennox Comfort Coach visits your town. And be sure to come in and register. . . There'll be wonderful prizes) And you'll find the answers to your heating and air conditioning problems at our Comfort Clinic. Plan to be there! Come In And Register Now! Visit The LENNOX Comfort Coach June 22nd L. S. MUCKEY ON A NEW THE PERFECT CHOICE FOR JUNE GIFTS Plumbing & Heating Phont 464 Algona, Iowa Ford Truck 1 Get a New Ford Truck! • You choose from over 220 new Ford Truck models . , . from versatile '/i-ionners up through the rugged 60,000 Ib. GCW, factory built Tandem Axle BIG-JOBS! • In every long-lasting Ford Truck you get a new gas- saving LOW-FRICTION engine wiih mighty reserves of power. From 115-h.p. Cost Clipper Six to 170-h.p. Power King V-81 • You can choose from a wide variety of optional equipment . . . Power Steering (standard on T-800's), Power Brakes even on the Vi-formers, exclusive with Fordl Many money-saving assists, at low extra cost! • With every conventional and cab-forward model you get Ford's famous Driverized Cab with visibility unlimited, widest-opening doors, seat shock snubbers, plenty of extra- value features! 2. ACT NOW on our EXTRA-GENEROUS, TOP DEAL TRADE-IN POLICY! Never before in our history have we been able to pass on to you such savings in a solid truck deal! Because, never before have we been selling such a high volume of popular new Ford Trucks! Take advantage of our big drive to outsell every other make on the road! We're dealing high, wide and handsome, wiih GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES our motto for the day I Come in now! Bring your old truck in! Get our deal before you go anywhere else . . and we'll save you time, save you money on the best deal you ever heard oft Why Drive A ''Down Payment"? Come In And Get Our Deal Today! Kent Motor Co. Specially Priced ! Graham's Brings You Four Blanket Beauties At Special Savings — For Gifts and For Your Own Needs! "OXFORD" 72x80 floral border blan- ken by Beacon. Rayon and Cotton content. Individually boxed, each blanket has 5 in. satin binding. Choose from seven distinctive shades. 4.98 "CARESS" The miracle blanket by Pepperell with a nylon and rayon blend. Chooce from eight outstanding solid colors . • Wide satin binding, generous double size, boxed. 9.98 Phont 494 Algona II 'HARTFORD Nylon and wool, blended with rayon and cotton in a generous 72x90 size. Nine wonderful decorator colors. Each blanket boxed. Luxurious 7 in. acetate binding. 7.98 "Brandon" Soft, thick, all wool blan- Jket by Chatham, Full dou- e bed size, 72x90. Eight lovely solid colors to choose from, each with 7 iin. satin binding. Iiwlividu< .ally gift boxed. 1398

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