The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1954 · Page 8
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8-Algana (fa,) Upper Dos Maine* .Tuesday, August ,3, 1954 M* and Mrs Arthur RSstau Were visited last week by the latterjs brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Ira Fee and family of Lake <Vie.w, Mr and MM George 4 Sefrll have returned from a vacation spent at St. Louis, Mo., with Mr and Mrr D. R. Deal, .brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Sefrlti >, . Mr and Mrs Wilfred Si John, Mr and Mrs Eugene Minard and Mr and Mrs Frahcis^cVay, of Hurt have returned from a fishing trip at the" Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Earl Sprague and Mrs .Clayberg were visited Ins 4 week by Mrs Clayberg's daughter Mrs James Lawrence and sons Mark and BeH -eft- Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge had ns supper guests' Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and•'Mrs Alvin .Johnson, ol Hardy" and Mr and Mrs Raymond Funk. Mr and Mrs E. G. Roepke were Visited a few days last week by their, niece and her husband M: and, Mrs Francis St Julien and children Douglas and Debbie of Minneapolis. Dr. Floyd Sawyer Jr., has completed his special course in pediatrics at the Blank Memorial hospital, Des Moines and is vacationing with his parents, Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer: • Mrs Veronica Roelhler and Mr and Mrs Joe Willger went to Whittemore Thursday to call on Mrs Roethler's aunt Mrs Mary Klemfhim who makes her home with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Frank Spilles. From there they drove to Rodman to 'see Mrs Roethler's bror ^ther and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs "Joe Faber.. Caroline tensing it her* from Bancroft and assisting irt the care of the Melvin Sifeft children till Mrs Sifert has convalesced from the birth of a son., born Friday at St. Ann hospital. Dennis, son ol Mr and Mrs Daf • rell Zenor and family spent Sunday at Buffalo Center and were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Vernon Kiewiet, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Zenor. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman have returned-from a vacation a part of which' was spent in Canada and a part at Erie, Pa., with Mrs Sherman's brother-in-laW and sister Dr. and Mrs Theodore Kane. . . New officers for the coming year will be installed at the monthly American Legion meeting being held here Wednesday evening. Bless Rusk will serve as post commander for the next year. Mrs Veronica Roelhler speni last week at Livermore with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler and assisted in the household work while extra help was there dorng work in the fields. Mr and Mrs Darrell Zenor had the letter's parents Mr and Mrs Nate Abbott of Vincent as dinner guests a week ago Sunday. Mrs Zenor and the children returned with them for a visit till Wednesday. Mr and Mrs R. A. BehnRe, accompanied by Mr and Mrs R. B. Lieb and JuneAdele, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Walter Behnkc home in Lotts Creek. Other guests were Mrs Armin Van Buren of Truro and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Elmer Van Buren of Des Moines. JuneAdele Lieb accompanied her aunt, Mrs Armin Van Buren, back to Truro where she will spend the week. • Mr and Mrs W. L. Snodgfess had as guests a couple of days last week the letter's mother and ibrother Mrs Dollie Walthian ol Cherokee and Bill Waltman who was recently discharged from 'army service. Mr and M*8 Frank Cink had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Kulik, their son and daughter-in-law and Mrs George Kulik and three children ol Austin, Minn.j and Mr and Mrs, George Cink of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig Were Visited Monday by the letter's .v>ther and sister-in-law Mi end Mrs Ed Joynt and son Robert of Mason ity. Robert remained till Friday and his parents came to take him home. Mrs Laura Woito of Algona and her nephew Willard Kehrer, San Francisco, Calif, were guests Wednesday in the home of then- sister and aunt Mrs Ella Woito, daughter Eleanor Mae Meyer and daughter Marlene, at LuVerne. Guests last week of Mr and Mrs Howard Seely were their son and daughter-in-law Mr arid Mrs J. C. Seely and little son Scott William of Chicago, 111. Craig is in the army and stationed in Chicago. He is meat inspector for the army. Don Akre was here Saturday from Jefferson City, Mo., ana visited his father Thomas, who is living for awhile at tne European hotel. Later he will spend the winter with Don and his wife. Don joined his wife and children at parental George Heetland home at Clear Lake lor the weekend. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley are being visited by their son-in-la\v and daughter Mr and Mrs Richard Boisjolie and children of Minneapolis,, Minn. They came Wednesday and plan to be here till this mid week.* Mark Seeley, brother of Mrs Boisjolie plans to accompany them home for a visit of several days. Mr t«d. Mrs Leslie Ross visited, last Week -Tuesday by 'Mr and Mrs Oscar KtilbV fittd dhil- dnen Meredlth> KSflri' and Kenneth of Milwaukee, Wit.*,' w;h"o were en route home fr^m,a, vacation in Colorado. Mf 'arid Mrs Leslie Ross were also visited last week by their son-in-laW aHd daughter Mr 'and .Mrs Roger Satory and children Jimmy, Marshall "and Kathy of White Lake, S: D. Mrs Tony Schmlll lefi Saturday for the tri-cities where she will visit her daughter Blanche 'at Moline and her soh-in-law. and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Kratt at Rock Island. She will also visit another son-in-law ana. daughter Mr and Mrs Larry Coppotelli at Millidgeville, 111., and they will bring her home the _following weekend. At that time the son A/1C Kevin Schmitt will be here from the Alexandria, La., air base on a 20-day furlough. H^e expects, to be ordered overseas in a "short time. . '•*'• Society Notes First Birthday Marcia, daughter of Mr a Mrs James Shillington was a ye§i old Thursday and in celebratiot. of the anniversary they had as guests the grandmother Mrs E. J. Shillington and grandparents Mi and Mrs Hugh Walsh, Mrs Richard Welp and children, of Bancroft and Mrs Leslie Higley aric. children. , '^ House Warming Mrs Emma Dehnert was given '.h house warming Friday afternoon by members of her birthday club, She was presented • with a gift and a pot luck lunch Was served. At Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Henry Seller went to Miller, Sunday to attend tHe sfive* weddtaf anniversary eeley bration of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs ' Martin Si. Jos iWjans Meet The St. Joe Trojans -held their July 28 meeting at '.the home of Ronald Illgi Preparations were made for showing their projects at the Kbasuth 'County fair, and luncheon was served-by Mrs Illg. 8 Named For August Draft Call In County , . -....-... - •;.-• s •The names of eight men who will leave Algona August -17 in answer to the draft call, for Aug. Were released Monday .by Mrs John Wood of the '-focal draft board. The men are: Robert Henry Menke, 27, Bancroft ' Lament Earl Koppen, 21, Lone Rock . Jess Arthur Shore, 20, Algona Wayne Fred Plathe, 20, Ban• croft ; ,',.-.' Glen Leroy Eichhorn, 18, Elmore. x - Lawrence Lee Farrow, 27, Lak- ola :- •,:-•••. 3' \ Marvn.Eli Mogler, ,22. Whitle more » , Cle'tus Robert Quinn, 20, Lone . . ROCk . ..•','.. A',. . .-.. .. „ '. • -: , .- • ..; • - t i ,> A/ •; A call has been received by the local board for eight men who will leave September. 120. iThis' is the third straight call for eight men. wliich the local -board has gotten. Boekelman 2nd Al Boekelmafc, assistant .chief of police of Algeria, todk secdfld place at the seventh annual Peace Offcers' Revolver Tournament at damp Dodge, Sunday. Police Chief Leo Allstot of Masdn City was first with 781 out of a possible '800 in the individual competition, and Boekelman was second with 773. Cool Front Gets Local Welcome Summer tapered off to some .extent last week, and as" a result the high temperatures three different days failed to reach the 80s, according to figures from Weatherman Harry Nolte. Almost' art inch and a Half of rain', fell ENDS § A TURDA Y AUGUST 7th -The Hub's Smashing Mid-Summer- Work Clothes 8 oz. Canvas Work Gloves... 3 prs. 48c Random Knit Work Socks.... 4 prs. 77c Regular $3.95 Work Pants 2.58 Regular $8.95 Work Shoes 5. Men's Knit Briefs 2for88c Extra Large Size Work'Kerchiefs.. 3 for 33c Only A Few Left! , Men's S u i Everybody says: The hottest suit value in months! Get one quick; Includes the few remaining lightweig'l summer suits in stock — the rest are regular weight wool suits! And man, what a saving! Bop' Wear Magic Knee, Dungarees 1.79 Boys' Light ' Knit Shirts Off Boys' White^ Tee Shirts 2for88c Boys' Fancy Dress Socks pr. 28c Boys' Felt Western Hats tiring the period *, -***» a ft H* 'A JiBy 2?X»~|--f**"5J '8 July 30 -1-i<T47)"i"Il87 . ff July 31 ..,^*.» M . M ?4 68 Aug." i,,....(.07^^^_78 b9 Aug.f 2j r .-^>..-.-80- , ,62 S wed City Lqdy Dies At Age 83 Funeral services for Sophie Anderson, 83, were held' Thursday afternoon, July 29, at 2 p.m. at the, Curtis & Smouse funeral home , in Swea City with Rev. F. H. Hammer officiating. , Miss Anderson was born at Willetts Station in Van Buren county in Iowa on May 11, 1871. She-passed aw'ay Tuesday of this week, after* being bedfast for a month: ' % -J ' \ ..She: came ib Swea. Cityte 1882 with he* parents, the Ludwig Andersons and gMfy |o worhftH* hood 1ft th 3 towrU .She Was I maid at the J. W. SolliVafl; home In Algona for, many /elfs. Back in 1915, she purchased a Hbme In Swea City and has since lived, he surviving is one slater, Mrs Victbr' Johnson, of Sweft City, ahd a niece Mrs Lillian Bone. <,, Funeral music was famished by Mr and MM Hatrime)*; Pallbearers were Andrew and Victor Pearson, Henry Johnson, Hay- old Roba, Ernie Patterson, Bum! was in Harrison township- cemetery. ' ^__ --- ^ --i . Double; Birthday Titonka-4ir :)md Mrs Sylvan Thiese are' parents of a son born July 25 at Buffalo I. Center 'Hos^ pital. This also .happens to; be the Birthday, of '' N THINK of Buying $5i95 to $14.95 Dresses For This .Price! Dress Cottons! Prints! Sheers! Rayons! Bembergs! Wonderful dresses — in a wonderful special purchase salel And you can buy them for a pin-money price! Actual $5.95 up to $14.95 values are going — while they last — for the small price of $3.88. For misses, for women. A special large assortment of styles and colors — but do hurry for just the very dress you want! 3 99c Boys' $2.95 and $3.95 Sport Shirts _. % Off Short Sleeved SPORT SHIRTS Values to $3.95 2 Sport Coats Values to $24.95 18.88 Includes tweeds and flannels, in your choice from a nice array of spoit coat patterns. Handsome garments! Faded Denim Leisure Slacks Regular $4.95 Values 3.28 Fit like a charm . . . wear like iron . . . wash like a breeze. Choice of colors. Elastic waistband. All Men's & Boys' Swim Trunks $2.95 Values 2.49 $3.95 Values 3.29 Terry T-Shirts Regular $1.65 Value 1.27 Towel-like terry cloth t-shirts in choice of blue, white or yellow — with neat pocket. Savings Galore On White T-Shirts 2 for 88c Nice weight white T-shirts with specially worked neat collar. Grab these up! Dress Oxfords 7.90 $9.95 shoe values going at this price! Dress oxfords in grey, tan or brown in cushion crepe soles. 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