The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1954 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 10, 1954
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New Algona Legion Officers < •, . v 1 i - •• New officers o$ the Algona post of ihe'American Legion, elected to serve during the 1954-5S fiscal year, are shown above as they were sworn in last Wednesday evening by Bill Gutnne,, commander ;pf the Webster 'City Legion post. Those being sworn in are, left to nght, Bless-Rusk, commander, John Deim, 1st vice domman'cter, Howard Stillman, 2nd vice commander, Phil Diamond, drd vice commander, Everett Baldus, adjutant, and Rev. O. Leonard Nelson, chaplain.—(Al Missal, photo) DE AA DIN 6CVC Honored On Birthday . Mrs Emma Dreyer entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the 7Uth= 'birthday of Mrs Augusta Davji Guests included Mr and Mrs.Henry Anderson of Aurelia, Mr, hftd Mrs Lyle Day, Ann ana Lilaiof LeMars, Mr and Mrs Pat SWaiii-and Timothy ol',Webstei : City', Mr anc} Mr F s'-£'i'ed;Bdhnken-> dorf and ^grandsons \Qi LuVeiJrie; Mrs Fr"e'd : Lleb; Ella' and Arnold of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Paul Zumach and Debr'a' Jean of Feh' ton, Mr and Mrs William Zumach, Dennis and D'ohna'Jean of Lotts Creek, Mr'and Mrs Alfred ,"Mey• er, Roger and Gayle of Whittemore,.Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer, Richard and Michael, Mr and Mrs Ronald' Stephens and Cttarlotte; and Mary Jo Murtha, all of Al-r gona. • • ' Pink and Blue Shower _'.•"• Mrs Dallas Klein is giving "pink and blue" shower this evening (Tuesday) for Mrs, Wallet Plumb. Guests will be Mrs Homer Tuttle and Mrs Fred Plumb, mother and mother-in-law respectively of the' honoree, -Mrs Gordon Kuhn, mother of the hostess, Mri> Wesley Bartlett, Mrs Frank Butts Mrs Dick Cowanj Mrs • Charles . Dearphs, Mrs C. B. Harmes, Mrs C. ii.-.t'JiivXss.tpn,. Mrs Ho ware Platt. xMra -Baymond .'Reid, JMp Lee^cft&nc'kv^Mrs:*PeWey , Skill ing, Mrs" Herbert .Weydert, Mrs, Orville/Wicks, Mrs Milton Will arid Lenore Hagg. Two Birthdays Observed Larry and 'Johnnie Stratton, sons of Mr arid Mrs Max Stratton, celebrated their ninth and sixth'birthdays respectively Saturday, July 31, ,by entertaining their friends at the matinee, after which they enjoyed treats at the Dairy Queen.- Guests included Rosie, Ruby and Nicky Alexander, Rebecca and Fred Geers, Roy and Donna Hutchison, Allan and Chnrlene Asa, Jeanie, Dickie and Mike Balk, Janet Cunningham, Diane and Jayne Sorenscn, Lola May and Marilyn St. John, and Dennis and Diane Ramus. Sorority Officers Meet The executive board of Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met with the program committee Tuesday evening, Aug. 8 at the home of the chapter president, Mrs Helen Haas. Plans for the year's program and fall rushing were discussed first business meeting of the tall season will be held Tuesday September 14, at 8:00 p.m., at the home of Mrs Marvel Sherman. terden Parly Hosts 'Mrs Rex Voyles and Mrs Wil- iarh Bestenlehner gave a garden oarty, a surprise "pink and blue'; ,hower Monday evening for Mrs Milton Will. Other guests were tfrs George Balluff, Mrs Marvin 2alhoun, Mrs "Chuck" Hardgrove, VlrS ' Dean Taylor, Mrs Mitch L'aylOr, Mrs! .Harold Van^llen, Mrs Tom, Vipond! Mrs Herbert Weydei-t, Mrs Cecil .Will.and Mrs rlarley Will. The evening- was jpent at cards. Third Birthday , ' Mrs Dallas Klein gave a party Saturday afternoon in celebration of the third birthday of her son Richard: Guests were his grandmothers Mrs Gordon Kuhn and Mrs Fern Sewick and his cousins and> their mothers and several neighbor children. A "circus" was held in the basement recreation room. Mary Goche of Bancroft Will Wed On Aug. 28 Bancroft- — f>. bridal shower honoring Mary Helen Goche was held Sunday 'in- St. John's' Hall. ' Mist Goche, daughter of Mr and Mrt Ed. Gbclle, ;will. become the bride of Joseph Kramer, .son of Mi and Mrs Matt Kramer, on 'Aug 28, in St. John's Catholic church They- will .• make their home ir ; Bancroft. by Mrs Palmer Jensen and Mrs 3d Blocker. — ,; •''' Sister Marcelene, daughter of Mr and Mrs" LV J. Nemmers arrived Friday for a visit at the home of her parenfs and her brother, Mr and Mrs L f.y Nemmers and David. Swea School Opens Sept. 6; 22 Teachers Swea City — The SWea City ommunity School will open Mondav.' Sept, 6. With a staff of 12 teachers. The enrollment . xnon fert to be abbut the same, as for last year, or possibly a few ess. Last year's enrollment Was '•30. .-- .;-.' . , "'.''•. Three new teachers have been lired. -Ivan Smith of Rblfe takes, he place of Armand Ruppel, as 'Ocational agriculture instructor Irs Lola Graham of Spencer re- ''aces Mary Margaret Elwood as -'th grade teacher, and Mrs Naonr Vnd'erson has been hire;!' as .( econd teacher for the seconc •rade, the enrollment fcrf that Tade having iricreased to the ex- •>ti*. .'that it was necessary > to ivide the class, . , Superintendent Ed Stewart is tarting his third ye,ar as supt., as ilso is Randall Webb, high school principal. ' '' >j'' : . Six of the seven bus drivers -re Ivan Elliot,.Ross Elliot, Elmer iwansbn, Alvin Beck, Warren De Voli^l, and John Verbruege. Thp driver for one privately owned DUS has not been named, at this vriting. Jens Mogensen remains custod- an, and John Verbrugge _ v/ill be the new assistant custodian. tor Maribel Mino is on the vacation jaunt. ,, . • Tuesday, August 10, 1954 Atgona (to.?. Upper DM Melncs-3 Swim En Gravel Pit Tilonka—Two unusiial car nc- cidents occurred near Titqnka over the weekend, but there were no serious injuries to persons involved. Friday afternoon a car driven by Harry Boyken on the Burt- Pitonka road rolled over into the ditch. The top was completely smashed in. Boyken and George liken, a passenger, only received minor scratches from the mishap. The car was reported almost a total loss. : , . , The gravel pit near here snagged an automobile Sunday afternoon. Mickey Boehn, about '0. had gone to the pit for a swim. He thought he had left his car in gear, but apparently not. While Mickey was swimming, he saw his car roll down an embankment into the gravel pit. It was completely submerged in water. When a wrecker came to pull the car out, it took several dives for anyone to hook onto the car with the,, tow line.« The car was damaged by water, but otherwise all right. Mickey is employed by the Farmers Elevator in Titonka. r Card Club Hostess Mrs Elmer Kellcy was hostess to the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs Leo Thilges and Mrs M. 'R. Wagner, high and low respectively. • . . i < : ' Guests Ai Lake Mrs Russell Cook who is spending the summer at the Okobojis entertained the members of her bridge 'club Wednesday afternoon, ihe games preceded by luncheon. Those belonging and in attendance were G. D. Bvun*lage, Mrs 'J. D.i Burns, Mrs Fred Geigel, Mrs Mabel Paxson, Mrs Elizabeth Post, Mrs Marc.Moore and Mrs L. Muckeyi ^ ' ; J •'. ,;.•, ;.•;; tgtjng} ••;•*:.- -.•••! ••»."•" '.' :'!•- «V t; '" f '\ ". Family Dinner Held Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen and Mr and Mrs M. L. Dutton nd Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter of Burt, were at LuVerne last week Sunday attending a family dinner iven at Mr and Mrs Raymonc kelson's following the baptism ot heir daughter Beverly Jean in he Methodist church. 'Pins & Needles" Mrs John Hopkins and Mrs Don Asa were hostesses to the members of the "Pins -and Needles' sewing club Tuesday afternoon [today). Guest of Van Aliens Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen have as guest their nephew Trent Winegar of Cedar Rapids who came Saturday and will be here a 'week. Titonka School To Open Aug. 30 Titonka—The Buffalo Consolidated school of Titonka will open August 30 and the school board has hired eight school bus drivers. They are Bob Lang, John Rode, Richard Isebrand and Ted Dunmire, all former drivers, and Reinder Krominga, Tom Loats, Paul Roskamp and Wilbur Sexton all of whom will drive the morning and evening routes. Krominga and Sexton will dvivc the noon kindergarten routes, and Sexton will be the service man. Mrs Otto Glawe entertained a group of ladies from the Baptist church, at a meeting in her home Thursday afternoon.: • Mrs John Recker and children of Albany, N. Y. came for a visit with Mr and Mrs Joseph Recker Sr.' and Mr 'and Mrs c L. J. Nemmers. : , : ' Donna Lampe went' to Fair^ mont, Thursday, to .;spend several days with her/ sister Lois who is employed there. Bobbie Menke and Laurence Farrow will. leave August 17 for .he service. Bobbie Menke has jeeri employed at Fairmont since ne sold his Pool Hall here. L. C. Hatten is a patient at Holy Family Hospital,- Estherville. Mr Hatten has been in poor health 'or several months. . Mrs H. K. Lampe entertained about 30 ladies at a party Tuesday evening. Prizes were won Guaranteed Sunburst Memorials, ' i * known the country over as the finest and the best. Swea City received its second spraying for insects Friday morn> ng; Aug. 6' Just before 5 o'clock a.m., the siren blew three blasts, ind.the plane with the spray ap- p^ared. Residents, -were seen hurrying to..get .their cars under cover, as the spray drifted slowly down'over .the town. Spraying here has found favor since Bbout five years ago,, when the Lions club sponsored the project. Of late a porch light- campaign has. been conducted by f he Lions with each hosehold being asked to donate two dollars toward the cost of the spraying. This year the Lions club donated $100 toward the project. ' The Leonard Mino family is on a vacation trip to the Black Hills and other points of interest, leaving here, Sunday, Aug. 8, Tht- home town beauty shop will be closed for the week, while opera^ Save money and' get the best direct from the quarry and manufacturers. ' See or Phone A. D. KLINE, Bradgate, Iowa Phone 2291 Sunburst Contractor This company has manufactured Sunburst Memorial for more than 35 years. . SUNBURST MEMORIALS ARE GUARANTEED | • TOMFTY TIPS from your store ASPIRIN 10c Size Regular $1.00 BODY POWDER 57° Two For $1.00 BIG ASSORTMENT OF REGULAR RINGS Prs.forl.OO BIG ASSORTMENT OF REGULAR 3 for sioo FOR CANNING California Elberta WHILE THEY LAST! M ^(F BHP^^JRk JACK SPRAT BIG DAYS AT CLAYTON & RUSK ASPIRIN 49c Size IOC Regular 49c RUBBING ALCOHOL BIG DAYS AT CLAYTON & RUSK MOROLINE HAIR TONIC Regularly 27c CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE Regularly 63c 2for$100 ••^••••••^^•^ Our Entire Stock of Summer Jewelry 40> OFF Everything Included! BE SURE TO SEE THIS FEATURE! Our Special $1 Days BARGAIN COUNTER Literally Hundreds of Items Offered At 6 for $1 4 for $1 5 for $1 3 for $1 2 for $1 Including All Kinds of Merchandise Such As Toiletries, Bubble Bath, Candles, Tennis Balls, Boxed Soaps, Novelties. OPiN EVERY NIGHT Clayton^Husk UNTIL 9;00 P.M. FOWLERS -1 LADIES' RAYON PANTIES REGiULARLY 79c to 98c Large assortment of ladies and misses rayon panties in all sixes. Several stylos to choose from. Some w|th Nylon lace panels. Assorted colors. LADIES' BRASSIERIES REGULARLY $1 to $1.98 Well-known brands'such as Star Dust. She Bra and others you know for quality. ——. All sizes 32 to 38, in all cup Jf^ FOR sizes. Colors and white. These will go like lightning at this pricel : . •- ; • { •- • 2-WAY STRETCH GIRDLES , REGULARLY $1.98 to $3.98 Ladies' and misses / two-way stretch girdles in nylon and nylon mesh. They come in small, medium, large' and-eictra large sizes. You ; are ; gettlng superb, garment* at a pin-money price for two day si : ; ? "^FAAAbUS MAKE SLIPS < • M ' : .. , REGULARLY ,$1.98 to $2.98 Ladles'' slips, o* French crepe nylon! and acetate/ cotton plisse and Bother fabncs., Made by famous makers. Sizes 32 to 44, in assorted c61brs, lace-trimmed 1 or. tailored. \ Most of them sell regularly for $1.98 tip' to $2.98. ........ :, i . • , LADIES', AAISSES BlOUSES $£9B to $3.98 VALUES these ladies and niissejfe^felojises ,we; being , taken from regular .higher priced stocks, and priced a dollar for this thrilling value event. Some slightly soiled. Assorted sizes styles and colors. $1 LADIES' SUMMER HANDBAGS $2.98 to $3.98 VALUES Lots of time for summer bags yet this season, you might want to buy and lay one away for next summer at this spectacular pricel A good assortment of styles to choose froml JEWEL BOXES In Assorted Colors — a wonderful buy for Dollar Days $1 Special Purchase for DOLLAR DAYS COSTUME JEWELRY BRAND-NEW FALL 1954 STYLES Usually would sell for TWICE this price . . . but we are putting but we are putting it all out for a dollar special because it's DOLLAR DAYS I Necklaces, ear rings, bracelets, lots of novelty types. Don't miss this offering on Dollar Daysl $1 LOOK! HERE'S MORE! See the Large Bargain Tables on FOWLERS CHILDREN'S FLOOR Dozens and Dozens of Items Marked for Clearance. Many Items at ONE-HALF PRICE and Less Children's Sportswear, Playclothes 59c - $1.00 - $1.49 All these children's items marked down on these prices for a special Dollar Days Clearance on our Children s tioor. CHILDREN'S DRESSES VALUES UP TO $6.95 A beautiful assortment of girls dresses, in sizes 1 to 3 3 to 6x - 7 to 14. These are all taken from higher priced lines such as Kate Greenaway, Cinderella, etc. You'll want to come early for the "cream of the crop" in these wonderful dress values! Ladies', Misses SUMMER SKIRTS $3 All remaining summer skirts in cottons, prints, squaw patterns, plain & tiered styles, most of these are regular $5.95 values. Ladies', Misses SUMMER DRESSES $3 One rack of summer dresses, mostly cotton prints, some medium sheers. $5.95 to $8.95 values. Good size assortment. FRIDAY & SATURDAY

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