The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1954
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Guests Of Mortons Mr and Mrs Milton Norton have been visited by the former's son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Walter Seidlitz and children oi Oak Park, 111. A part of the time they have been at the Norton cottage at the Okobojis where they were joined by Mr and Mrs Arthur Ferguson of Keokuk, Mr and Mrs M. M. Morrow of Audubon, and Mrs Ed Mann, nee Mary Ellen Worster,- daughter of Mrs Morrow of Oak Ridge, Tenn. Mr and Mrs Norton and the former's sister Eleanor have also been with the group much of the lime. Mrs Mann will be in Iowa a month. Tuesday & Wednesday •— $ Buck Nites t - . ' \ * Those Funny Bowery Boys in jiij_wM Come The Marines" Coming Thursday: Gary Cooper "RETURN TO PARADISE'' f plus "ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELDS COMING FRIDAY, AUG. 6 YOU SEE IT ^ WITHOUT GLASSES! CINEMASCOPE ALGONA THEATRE WIDE-VISION SCREEN! ALGONA^v -NOW- 'WHY SHOULD TRiKT 1>he had to possess the man she loved ... heart, body and sou// An exciting new love team... the most beautiful girl in the world and the screen's mosttalked-about new star! ELIZABETH TAYLOR V/ttor/o • John Louis GASSMAN-ERICSON-CALHERN Cartoon In Color & News Coming Thursday Thru Saturday Bill Williams in "RACING BLOOD" Mark Stevens in "JACK SLADE" Arlet Cherland, above, 'daughter of Mrs Ellen- Gherland" oi Lone Rock, is engaged to ,wed Frank Long of Goldlield, it was announced last week. ' The date for the wedding has nofbeen announced. Pre-Nupiial Shower • ( Bonnie. Schleusner, was honored 'guest at- a pre-huptia'l shower July 19th at the home of Kathleen Griffin. Miss Griffin and Carol Schilmoeller were hostesses. Miss Schieusner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vince Schleusner, f Austin, Minn., formerly of Algona, will be marrjed to Francis Woodcock Aug. 2 in St. Cecelia's latholic church. Mr Woodcock, on of Arnold Woodcock, of Algona, has been employed he past year at Los Angeles, Calif. The couple will make then home in California. Attending the shower were losenanne Erpelding, D e 1 o r e s rlammer, Lavonne Hoffman, Delores Kohlhaas, Bette Miller, Joan Stebritz, Mary L.ou. Valentine, Dorothy Woodcock and Etta Jane Woodcock. • ' Keneficks Ate Hosts Dr/and Mrs John Kenefick entertained at a porch supper'Sun- day evening in honor of the former's sister Mrs Arthur Doenecke and son Arthur Jiu of Brooklyn, N. Y., fhelma Kenefick, who leaehe's at St. Louis, 'Mo., "and Naomi Kenefick of Eagle Gfqye.. Hosts At Dinner Mr and Mrs Walter Plumb entertained at dinneri Thursday evening, having as guests thp former's parents Mr and Mrs F. Plumb and his sisters Mrs Gilbert . Hanzilcek of Great Bend, Kan., and Mrs Charles Anderson of Sumner, K^n., and the respective children. Guest Is Honored Mrs August Slagle and Mrs Orville Duncan entertained at an informal party Friday afternoon for Margaret Thompson, cousin of Mr Slagle of lone, Wash. Other guests were Mrs C. B.. Murtagh, Mrs Marie Murtagh, -Mrs Kate ,Anriis/c:nd Beth Annis and. Mrs Gerald Hallauer. ' . Achievement Day, . The Union Alethean . 4'H club achievement day will be held at Good Hope commufiity room, Thursday, July 29, at 8 p.m. In case of rain, meeting will be at .Center schoolhouse. i Okqboji: House Party Mrs Joel Herbst entertained at a house party at her cottage at the Okobojis last week Monday till Thursday. Guests, were Mrs Rhoda Boriar, Helen Dingley, Mrs Don" Hutchison, Mrs Campban Humphrey, Mrs Fred Kent Sr., Mrs "W. A. Lorehz, Mrs H. W. 'letch', and Mrs H. M. Smith. boat at Grafton, Illinois, and brought it upstream to Lansing in an eleven-day trip. Mrs. Lou Lickteig Club President Wesley—Prairie Neighbors met July 20 at the Herman Wise home with Mrs Charges Nygaard as assistant hostess. There was a perfect attendance. Mrs Lou Lickteig was elected president; Mrs Mike Arndorfer, vice president: Mrs J. M. Kunz, secretary, and Mrs Herman Studer, treasurer... Cards were played at 5 tables with Mrs Clair Wolf winning high score prize and Mrs Herman §tuder, low. U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividends Fenron Girl Now On Okinawa OKINAWA—Wac Pfc. Marilyn J. Sorensen, whose parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar A. Sorensen, live in Fenton, recently arrivjd on Okinawa for duty with the Ryu- kus Command. A strong U.S. outpost in the Far East, Okinawa is located off the coast of China between Formosa and the southern' tip of Japan. Private First Class Sorensen entered the Women's *Vrmy Corps in April 1953 and was last stationed at Fort Meade, Md. Has Heart Attack LuVerne—Gerhart and Robert Myer were called to Council Bluffs when their father Edward Tuesday, July 27, 1954 Algono (lo.) Uppaf ONE OF IOWA'S 1st SHOWINGS! STARTS SUNDAY! Myer, 88 years of age, patient in a rest home there suffered a severe heart attack. Pie had previously been a patient in a rest home in Algona. ADVT&TISINO In the Algotii Upper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county than any other puolicatlon, weekly, monthly of puoli daily. Read The Want Ads-It Paysl ALGONAra v\ flora &e Broadway |ti Musical... t-djr-a-nwr* ,. - UKIU , \ ' 9tu •>*«<* //• M&TTN^LBMS &• \ m i Vacation In Texas . Mr and Mrs Frank Youngwirm and Darwin returned .recently from San Antonio, Texas,. where they spent a week visiting Mr and Mrs Hank Stueve, former employees. While in San .Antonio; they called-on the Glenn Crilly's, former Algona residents. The Youngwirths accompanied the Stueves to Corpus Christi, arid did some deep-sea fishing on the Gulf; .. : Anniversary Picnic _. v fe and Mrs A. B.Oaklantrlind family attended a picnic at Elmore Sunday in celebration of the-forty-ninth wedding anniversary of Mrs Oakland's parents Mr and Mrs Julius Hove of Bricelyn Minn. It was also a celebration of the thirteenth birthday of John Oakland. Attend Wedding Mr and Mrs' Ferman Heinen and four children, Mr and George Heinen, Josephine Heinen Mr and Mrs Albert Weishaar anc Mrs Floyd Weishaar and Gary attended the wedding last week Tuesday at Osceola of Mane Heinen, sister of . Ferman and George to Jack Mears; The ceremony was in the Catholic church. At Family Reunion , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy, the parents Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and daughters Linda and Jeanette and Ralph Richards of Lone R9ck went to Prairie du Chein, Wis., Saturday and Sunday attended a family reunion there. This was a central location for all in attendance. 8th Birthday . . Larry Pratt observed his eighth birthday Thursday and was given a party by his mother Mrs Lloyd Pratt. Guests were Kay Moulton, Barbara Kuckenreuther, David Jensen, David Logue, Bruce Sundet and Steve Hardy. Gainer were played and refreshments served. " ' Dessert Luncheon Mrs Maude Free entertained a few friends of Mrs Josephine Southgate of Long Beach, Calif., at a dessert luncheon Thursday afternoon. Mrs Clark Hostess Mrs Homer Clark entertained Ardeen Samson, Viva Hoover and Lucille Clark at an informal party Thursday evening. The time was spent socially Birthday Dinner Mrs August Slagle entertained it a dinner party July 15 in honor >f her husband's ' birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley, Mr and Mrs Orville Duncan and son Craig, and Ella Thompson. TRIP The Jean Thomson family is now back home at Cresco, after a 460 mile trip in tr new houseboat on the Mississippi river. They took : delivery' of the new Drastic Reductions SUMMER SHOE Clearance Women's WHITE and COLORED Play Shoes Values To 4.95 Famous maker's overslockl Beautifully styled, excellent quality wedgies. Too grain smooth leathers, genuine nylon mesh. Slender lo wide widths. Women's sizes 4 lo 10. FRED CLARK • SHEREE NORTH ffiMffl BY PAUL MS • mm BY NORMAN TWIG MEM BY MOOSE AND MELVILLE SIM t (MM IHf MUSIWL tOMOR'HUa HAtf- BOOK BY HI HIM I; MIH si m srat • urns n MB muun • B*SO on A ! - : SIMYBYMSIIiai-APMHIOIimiiaUSt. -$. ^ I'S STYLE SHOES Values To 6.95! While They Last 2 Effective July 21, I purchased the interest of W. Bryce Clayton In the, Clayton & Rusk Pharmacy, Algona, and will continue to operate the business as usual. We have had the great pleasure of making hundreds of friends in this community in the past three years, and as owner of the store I shall work unceasingly to maintain our tradition of "friendly service." In the prescription department, I will be assisted by Miss Karol Hanson, graduate registered pharmacist, and our usual staff will be on hand to serve you. I wish, also, to extend best wisjies to my former partner, W. Bryce Clayton. '.'I BLESS RUSK We wish to take this opportunity to express our thanks to the many friends and customers we have served at Clayton & Rusk during the past three years, We have greatly enjoyed being a part of this 'community, and will always prize the friendships made here. BRYCE AND MARGE CLAYTON The Store Will Continue Under the Name of Clayton AND Broken size lolsl Discontinued patterns! Styles for now and early fall. High, medium and low heels. Plenty of narrow as well as wide widths. Sizes to 10. WOMEN'S CASUALS REDUCED Terrific Savings At \ A super special group including recent factory surplus purchases! Plenty of whites an dcolors..Sizes to 10. 2.99 and 3.99 values. , MEN'S CANVAS OXFORDS Reduced From , 3.49 To Famous, washable "Breezy Cools" with monk's cloth uppers to admit every breeze, and thick, bouncy cushion crepe soles. Sizes 6'/a to 11. Misses' and Children's PLAY SHOES Values To $3 All leather uppers with long wearing composition' soles. White, red, patent and multi-color. Children's sizes 5 to 12. Misses 12'/ 2 lo 3. Children's Washable Canvas Sandals Reduced To 166 The popular Espadrille and strap styles in washable, wearable canvas. Choice of red or blue. Children's sizes 5 to 12. Misses sizes 12'/i to 3. SOFA PILLOW SENSATION! Fabrics Usually Found In Pillows At $2.98 and $3.95. $ 1 Faille, twill, pebble cloth, bark cloth, bengaline, sail cloth. Solid colors and prints. Fringed all around. Price Morkdowns On Wanted Summer Merchandise In Every Department of the Store! « Apparel • Sportswear • Summer Accessories • Lingerie • Children's Summer Wear SPECIAL DRESS CLEARANCE At '/2 Price • Novelties SAVINGS THROUGHOUT THE STORE 20%-30%-40%-up to 50% off

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