The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1954 · Page 3
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WeJding Licenses To 8 Couples Eigft. marriage' licenses issued durin* the past week by Alma Pearahf clerk of the district court! weftt • to the following coup*s: Aig/ 9 —- Eldon Isaacson, Swea City,! (and Geraldine Sampson, DollLVeiv . Acfg. 11 •"— Frank A. Waid, Chaiftes City, and Marian Barger, Swea City. Aiig. 12 — LeRoy C. Phelps and Betty Ann RicklefSfTitohka. Aug. 13 — Paul E: Christenson, Hardy and ArliS M. Holdorfj Algeria; Roger Yarbrough, Renwick and Eliaabeth Miller, Algona; Richard Frambach, Whittemore, and 1 Marlene Leeck, Algona. Aug. 16 — Fred 1 Nichols and Sheila Grivicich, Duluth, Minn.; Paul ( Schmidt, Adaza, la., and Patricia. Richtsmier, Wesley, Promise 'Fair' Weather Here X • Old man Summer hasn't given up yet — so don't run to the attic to^get out your winter un- der.wear just because it'got cop] one night last week. • According to Weatherman Harry Nblte's instruments, the high, was 88, the low 50, and we got over a half inch of rain last week. • R H L August 10.; — .76 56 August 11 .— ^70 58 August 12 —_ '• 76 50 August 13 ____•__ 71 '59 August 14 .-_' - 50 83 63 August .15 _ —.a 88 67 August 16 ——.08 , 82 65 It looks like we're going to liave sorne good old fair weather this week, and just in time, too. Around Au§us» MF> 19S4 Alflotia (Ia4 Upper Pes /gon a Bill Nfoxley, son of M* and M*B Merle Moxley had surgery on his arm Wednesday -at. Mason City. Bill fractured the arm last spring and it failed to heal property under the usual treatment.' A spring arrangement was inserted and it is expected that this can be removed in Sept. Meanwhile, the younger Moxley son, Johnnie fell from a hay mow and also broke his arm. Mr and Mis Emerson Roesler of Waseca, Minn, spent the weekend here in .the home of Mrs Roesler's parents, Herbert Schauers. Mr and Mrs lidnaT. therapy. The Girls Se^ieits *f St. Ceee- Ha's Academy appeared oh jhe tudio P#ty program, station IGLO-f V on .Monday afternoon. Sister Alice j Marie, directs the ;roup which .is composed^ of Sunny Sheridan, Shirley Wiley> Roseartfie Platt, Rochelle Johhgoa, Sondfa Elbert and Ronfmell Roadinger. Linda Smith is accompanist. Mrs • Mads Christiansen is spending two weeks on & Vacation trip to California. She -is being accompanied by her aunt, Mrs Emma Hockaday of Mason City. Dick Notion went to Marshall town Saturday' evening to join his wife and family for a few days visit in the parental Ned Downing home. Mrs Norton and the UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson went to Lake Okoboji over the- weekend to visit Mr and Mrs Harold Colwell who .are vacationing there. , Mr and Mrs Harry Krogh and Marcia and David were callers Saturday in the R. A.- Cowan home. They were on their .way to their hpme in Markham, 111., after a trip to the Black Hills. Mrs Krogh is t^e former, Ruth McKee, and her husband has a drug store at Harvey, • 111. Mrs Krogh's mother, Mrs G. C. McKee passed away this spring. Mr McKee makes his home with the Kroghs and is in fair-health. He was a Kennedy - Parsons employee when they" made their home in Algona in the '30s. Carole Finn, daughter of .M* and Mrs William Finn,, has transferred her enrollment from Iowa State College to the University of Iowa. She wijTbeva junior and plans to major in occupav daughters a week. have been there for Mr and Mrs Glair Thomas and son were at Mason City Sunday visiting the parents of each Mf and Mis Frank Bonder and daughter Mary Frances of Kansas City, Mo. are-'house guests of Mr and Mrs,,Eugene Hood following a trip taken', into north erh Minnesdta,, ..Mrs Hood and Mrs Bonder are- Sisters; • . ' > Two OMVI Cases In Mayor Court T..WO OMVI. casies headed the major business in Mayor Clap- I saddle's cdurt last week. ! George. E. Vitzthurn, Trving- ton, will have his OMVI case heard in the September term of district court, while a -report on the case involving 'Robin T. Harr, Lone -Rock, will be found in the district court news in today's Upper Des 1 -Moines. -s, " Franklin F.px, /Wesley, was fined $24.20 on two counts of overl6ad-on a truck. Four men, luilBSffww* WHEREVER THEY GO. s Start them right with Samsoniie • America's most famous luggage! • 6 Be»ter-than.-Leather finishei— wipe clean with damp cloth"* defy wear. • Hold more clothes—wrinkle-free-in less space. • Strong enough to stand on, • Streamlined, handsome, long-lasting. • Dustproof tongue-ln-groov« construction. • Two pieces cost less than you'd expect to pay for one of this fin* qualityl • We have a complete selection (9 choose from. Handy, QUICK-TRIPPER far week-endi, only.... $19.50 I»lra-lon 9 JOURNEYER (hold, lopcoati).. $27.50 \ Smart OVERNIGHT CAS| i«" $19,50 Matching LADIES' WARDROBE holdi all her clethti.... $25,00 Anna Erickson, Swea City, Dies Sweii Cily — Anna Erickson, 39, lifelong resident qf.Kossuth Bounty, died Sunday morning at Holy Family hospital at Estherville, a victim of canceri Funeral services were 'tp be held today -(Tuesday) at 1:30 p. TJ. at the Curtis funeral home and 2 p. m." at Immanuel Lutheran church, with Rev. A. M. Young- qUist officiating. Miss Erickson was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Glaus Erickson who preceded her in death. She is survived by two brothers, Axel and Joe, both of Swea twp. Dutch Flyer Is Guest In Algona A Dutch cadet flyer was guest last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf, here. Their son, Lament, also an Air Corps Cadet, brought tht\ Dutch flyer home with him on a four day furlough. The two cadets left Monday for Big Spring, Texas, where they will each take up jet flying. They have completed their wprk on regular prop ships. •-.-•. Flyers from friendly European nations are being trained in jet piloting under a program of the U; S. government, Wellendorf said. Four Fines Here In J. P. Cdurt _Justice of the Peace C. H. Ost- winkle fined four persons in his court here during the >past few days. The W & K Garage of Armstrong, and a driver for the firm Virgil L. Schmidt, Algona, were each fined $5 and costs for operating i. with defective equipment Lyle B. Hamilton, Irvington, was fined $5 and costs for speeding niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniini Announcing The Opening of the EMMETSBURG REST HOME If W HM *WP ^BlP H wl fi • 4Ht^i£ffl Joe Dan McKnight, Sooul, Tex., Charles E. Cleeton, Des Moines, Robert Niebuhr and Delbert J. Jahncke, b6th of Webster City, each paid $5 and costs for, speeding. 1 •-. ...•'..'• • , . . John V.' : Crowley, Algona,' was sentenced to 30 days in jail for intoxication, and Doyle Johnson, Algona, paid'$25' and costs for disorderly Conduct. Jerry L. Wolfe, Algona, was* arrested on a disorderly conduct charge, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail, but the sentence was suspended due to the fact that Wolfe had to report back for navy duty. Emil M. StofEel, Algona,. paid'$5 and costs for illegal parking, and Virgil L. Schmidt, Algona, was charged with reckless driving and suspension of his license has been asked. and ,C. L. McVay of Algona was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication. Bowling Season To Start Soon It's bowling season again, anc Barry's will open their alleys Wednesday, Sept. 1, for action. A men's league meeting, fo: all persons interested in enter ing a team in league play or bowl ing with a league team, will be held at Barry's alleys at 8 p. m Tuesday, Aug. 24. All alleys have been sand& this summer, assuring perfectly ideal bowling surfaces. Complet facts on the opening can be founc in Barry's ad today in the Uppe Des Moines. COMING SUNDAY & MONDAY ALGONA^ *.«? . / *'oT'HI6H NOON"-AND THE £XCITCMENTof "S«AN£"/ Mr. Operated By and Mrs. Lester Mueller Completely Redecorated Inside and Out ALL - MODERN THROUGH THURSDAY COLOR VAUEY THE KINGS teanor Robert Reasonable Rates Write or Phone For Complete Information PARKER TAYLOR THOMPSON ANNIVERSARY WEEK! FREE TO ALL KIDS! ALSO FREE CANDY ALL WEEK! _TUES.-WED, $BUCK NITES- Your "| Love Lucy" Stars LUCILLE BALL - DESI ARNAZ "THE LONG, LONG TRAILER' PLUS "Treasure of lost Canyon" THURSDAY - FRIDAY Martin & Lewis in "Jumping Jacks" Rhonda Fleming "Those Redheads From Seattle" SAT. ONLY! Canyon Passage 1 "Frontier Gal" BUT FIRST TO. Fowlers Children's Store Just think J ONE WHOLE FLOOR devoted lo nothing but children s logs of all kinds ... and the newest, duckiest things that come out of the young clothing world I Choose at FOWLERS from ihes% famous brands in children s wear! • Limans Jenax Coals • Dee Dee Deb Coats • Curtsy Coals • Cinderella Dresses • Kale Greenaway Dresses • Tmy Town Dresses • Deauville Tee Shirts • Youngwear Boys Shirts • Tarn O'Shanler Sweaters • Trimfool Hosiery • Excel Outerwear • Carters Underwear And Many, Many — oh, so many! — Others Girls' School Dresses 3.98 to 6.98 Luscious new school slyles from Kale Greenaway — and they are just thai! Also famous Cinderella school slyles. They look like far more money! All girls sizes, small lo teen. Boys' School Jackets 9.95 Very litlle for a jacket like this! Heavy gabardine wilh ' quilled wool lining, heavy quilled and zippered hood attached. Turns back as collar. Sizes 6 lo 12. GIRLS' "Kitty Kollier" nylon blouses in lovely slyles lo wear with jumper dresses. Sizes 8 lo 14 GIRLS' "Shin n' Shore" collon school blouses in striking plaids and plain colors. Sizes 8 lo 14 ... GIRLS' 4-Buckle Playpel Jackets, made of famous parka poplin in colors red or blue. Smart knitted O*J QC collar and picket flaps. Sizes 7 lo 14 V • ««»» YELLOW Slickers for boys and girls — ideal safely raincoat. Extra heavy weight lo shed hardest rain. • Buckle closure. Sizes 6 lo 10 — Corduroy Girls' Slacks 2.98 These are made and tailored to a T by famous "Sharpees" makers of first class sportswear for women. Fit like a charm, and the corduroy is a nice fine wale. Sizes 8 lo 12. . Warm-Up Jackets 4.95 iVctual values $7.95 lo S9.95! For both boys and [iris. Salin outer with flannel linings. Colors black, blue, purple and maroon. Sizes 8 lo 14. Wonder values I Girls'Warm Coats 15.95 to 34.95 They're jusl in. They're just unpacked! They're so very, very new! All Ihe new fabrics here in girls coals — many, many stunning slyles. Sizes 6 to 14. GIRLS' Navy Gabardine Slacks in perfectly stunning new styles, and so very practical for 0*O OR school. Sizes 10 to 14 __ V*" 5 " 1 GIRLS' Collon Skirls in late summer and early Fall'styles. Values in this group to $4.95, <PO | A all in one lol now at — ¥*•• • ** GIRLS' Skirls, Fall and Winler coifduroys, gabardines, woolens, and other fabrics. $3.49 10 $5.95 GIRLS' Dee Dee Coals in "Oracle" fleeces — as soft as a duckling's down. Th« smartest coals of all for teens! Sizes 8 to 14 - NOVELTY JEWELRY $1 A special assortment of $1.98 jewelry thai we are offering in one back-to-school group ai a dollar price! Includes all sorts of pieces like lie chains and novelty bracelets. CHILDREN'S STORE - SECOND FLOOR

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