The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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WESLEY NEWS Bill Clements of Newton spent lie weekend ;it || 1P R. c Bnuer norno. Mi- iintl Mrs Nonmin Allison ;md five children of Mnson City were Sundiiy guests tit the par', ental, George Sheridnn home. MEAT mrt A two month old orphaned owl has been 'adopted" by residents of Montieello. Mrs Lester Drexler found the bnby owl, whose parents had been shot, and the him up on a his favorite. l folks are bringin meat diet. Liver i NOW THRU SATURDAY THE MOVIE WORLD IS BUZZING... Insiders are whispering about a "sleeper"-a surprl»« hit! Columnists are saying it's n preview sensation) You'll say it's the high spot of the year-that's TIGHT SPOT! GINGER ROGER EDWARD G.ROBINSO BRIAN KEIT iuutti • o>mmi t. pHtuason. * ctumu. V.-. Sum rut kr KUUM WMW PLUS THIS CO-HIT TRAPPED BETWEEN A RIVER'S FURY.,AND .--.REX REASON • WILUAM TALMAN 53T^ : U Technicolor I Mr and Mrs Ed Wolcotl spent lie weekend al Dos Moines with lie former's son Larry. Mr and Mrs Leo Mergcn wore visiled last week by (heir ni<-ce Carol Lou Daughan of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray : iave been visited recently by Mrs Minnine Burge of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon md family spent the weekend at Iheir cottage on Sunset beach at Lake Okoboji. Darrell Mergen was a weekend Sliest of Jim and Bob McMahon it the K. C. McMahon cottage al he Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wolf of Waterloo were recent weekend visitors here. Mrs Wolf i.- I hi •laughter of Mrs Ex.: a Blanche'• Mrs Swan Lundh was visiled iver 'he July 4 weekend by in: laughter. Mrs George Hj'ims md son J''i TV. of R"ekford. III. Joy Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer is spending the summer at Buffalo Center with Jncle and aunt, Mr arid Mrs Don Tapper. Mr and Mrs Dick Post were visited over the weekend by !!:• hitter's brother nnd sister-m-law. Mr and Mrs Maur:ce White of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs John Heiderscheidt and little daughter spin! Sunday at Brad-:,it./ v.i'h John's ur,"le <ind aunt. Mr and Mrs Charles H-iderscheidt. Mrs Dorothy Higgins and son Bill. a:e spending a couple of weeks at Sioux City with the former'?, b: other-in-!aw and sister. Mr and Mrs Don Sylvester and friend-. Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer had a phone call iee<n'jY ti»:)-i t;:''ii -on. A/C R;c l ;;,;d who w:,- .,' Washington. DC., b.ddin*: their good-bye as hf wa, h<-;nu sen! '.o Greenland. Mr and Mrs Ed Abbas have- been on vacation and ••) ' i.-hiiH' at Mankut". ?'•:•. I. .K" a:; .' Spirit Lake Mr and Mrs George Lee have had the !.;'!(•: ' :v pr.- -.v arri I,.n :!y. Mr and Mi- Bc:c!,-l B. : rr:i:- g. i of F.U;.n. II! . as ^;. -'- a !• .- ,':-o-!i a vac',,!.on in <.'•.:.<:•;•. I". John Mahoney is al University •'.me the: •. will be i!.' .~u:i--i.;Y ;r-.i the ailmen' ;.- ,ili'-.-: iv ;i:.!,t •:'• .. Mr and Mrs Olio Westling had «, gu--:- S;ir,,.i;.v M: an '. M: ~ W 25 Mcl!i!:.-i:ii n -I Mu-o,. !.,. W:s . M; ,,r:-.i Mi, A. C I-.-,,-. :i ,if S'.ratfo;..!. M: .,r.d M:- G. ; ,:•• Mrs Dick Meyer fell on a step roc'Tith" and suffered a hip injury. It also involved her back and she has been quite lame since then. She spends quite a lot of time in bed to hasten Ui" recovery of the. injured areas. Betiy Abbas is making her home here with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ekl Abbas and is employed at the cafe on Hi!) recently lea.-ed to Mr and Mrs Cioorg" Sv.-a/v of Webster ! City. Mr and Mrs M. J. Kern had as quests Sunday Mr and Mr," Llovd Th'.mns. Bud and Barbara of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Frank Kn^wle-- of B'tone. and C'apt. and " T r- R.'bi'it Kriowlos of Colorado Sp: in;"-. Mr and Mrs Andy Jasperson T :: :l hen- ft-njii A/.uxa. Calif., v^iiini- :"',-itivc-s and frientls. •\n-ly ;- ovi--e 1 r of the Santa Fe dam at Au:-'ii/a. They ha\'f boon uuest.- of Mr ;.nd Mrs Harry McMurray. Mr and Mrs Jack Craig and •.•'••ildi 1 '.'; -•;•.•• n' Sundav at Clarion " /h Mr ami Mrx Clint Watkins. Th<-y w--i" o'-r-'.mpar.ied home by K,-IT. si Rii'-k-T of Havanmi. Mo., w.'io was v;-it ; ng the Huckers. He will -pi-nd a fortnight here. Mrs Alice Wernerl has been fvi-it'd :'•:•( :i'!'- Ijy !v'-r son and I d.,i.^ ; t,.;-.r,-:;:w. 'Dr. and Mrs ! iL.'i-;!:-!- V, 1 .•;:;••:' ,.f Pift-burt'. Pfi. i D:. W« rn«-rt has ins Ph. D. i? ' «-:j:ii'i..y ( d by t;.e R. D. F;iliott I rr,e:ri.-< ai ( ..:i;pan>-. a position he i':;•-' h'-I I m;.-ny yc-ars. The dau- ! "'•'••r- Alii e and Mnry were with | t:.e part nt>. Alice -,va> trraduat- i • d :' >..; '. ^!i ,,-•-, -..1 in Mav and i M:,, v i- , ,x -. t -jr.- -"H. ST. JOE NEWS Thursday, July t4, 1955 Algaflfl (Ifl.) Uf>p*»f Final Rites At Burt For Carrie Toothman, Age 74 Burl—Last rites were held at M i" Burl Methodist Church. Thursday afternoon, July 7 for Mrs Karl Toothman. 74, who •K!- 1 -"'! aw.-iy at her home on Tuesday after a two week's ill- n"-<--. Rev. J. W. Bearse haa charge of the services. Lawrence Chipman sang "Rock of Ages" and "Sometime We'll Under- I >!and" accompanied by Lorraine 1 C'ampney. Garry Funeral So.r- ••'• of Bancroft had. charge 01 rariuenienls, with burial in •n' Township C'f-metery. Pallbearers were Howard Sul- hur--.-. John Schwietert. Erwin •hv.vt'-rt. El/a Woltx. Nels J. ' '- ,-j ami Ross Elnidge. '':.-;!(• Mary Anderson, daugh- of Anna and Anders Ander- r, -.'.-,is born near Nevada in 1 •:>• county. Iowa, August 20. i'- 1 . 1 Shf- v.-as one of six chil- '••" and \vith her parents moved K ixsuth County when a small .1-1 arirl here attended school, ."i M..,n-h 2f). 1903. she was mar' i ''i Karl Toothman and three iidren v.-i.'j-e born to this union. •-"•'. a son. Merrill died in 1932 '- '> .'.lyrt!'- 1 . a daughter died in >''<< The Tootlimans observed '•'•.'.' golden wedding anniver- )•'.-. March 25. 1953. S:-f- i"a\-es her husband, one .lULj-ier. Ev-!yn (Mrs H. R. '-,, .'.'ian-: of Mallard) six grand;\i:''i Albert and Ruth Chant:i i. ,;nd the four others who "i" :ai-ed in their home, fol- •V.-IITJ '.he mother's dtath. Ken- •V.tes. Betty Jean Bates 5. Harold Bates and Keith '.en great grandchildren i" brother William And- of Sioux Falls, S. D.. as ' •;!•(.•;• relatives and many '. f town relatives and a'!'-nding services were th...-e mentioned: Mrs Roy Brooks and Mrs Genr Keo- fer, Sioux Falls; Mrs Ada Anderson. Adrian. Mo.: Mr and Mr? C J. Cram, Clear Lake. S. D.: Mr and Mrs Lyle Anderson, Algonn: Albert Cram, Storm Lake: Mrs Elsie Cram. Mrs Louis Eller. Mr and Mrs Anton Janssen. Humboldt: Mrs Elmer Toothman. Fort Dodge: Mr and Mrs Harold Toothman. Mr anrl Mrs Raymond Toothman. Mr and Mrs Lester Toothman. Mrs Jessie Tonthnvin and Mrs Leo Marsh of Waterloo: Mrs Br-nita Wills. Mrs Lily Ann Hersetn. Mrs Amelia Bendixen of Mallard: Mr and Mrs J;.,]<<-• Peterson. Forest City; Mr and Mrs W. N. Chantland of Bodo: Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Jans-en "f Palmer: Mr and JWrs Henry Janssen. Rutland. Mr and Mrs Donald Aure. Bode; Mi- and Mrs Donald Bakken. Ottosen: and Mr and Mrs Frank Stork of Bancroft. THURSDAY - FRIDA Y- SATURDAY Joel McCrea Yvonne DeCarlo 'BORDER RIVER" In Technicolor Robt. Mitchum in a two-fisfed action role! "THE RACKET" SUNDAY and MONDAY Prairie Pals 4-H Plan Fair Booth Wesley—Prairie Pals 4-H girls met at th" home of their a^istan'. leader. Mrs Mildred Arndojf r 'r last week. Julia Presch and Nancy Downs talked on "Yours Clothes NeerJ Your Care." A talk on " Matching Plaids" was given by Mary Lou Hanig. The girls made plans for their achievement day to be held on July 28th at 2 "p.m. in the Methodist church basement. The .-]ub girls are planning on having a sewing boot!"; of articles they have made and will sell them to help enlarge their tiea- | sury funds. All members are to i bring at least two articles to sell, j Charlene Down- and Mary Lou : Hanig are woiking on a demon- j stration for the fair, "Making a j pleated skirt." j ALL His GREAT Jot AND AIL His Got DARNED GREATNESS! 2 COLOR CARTOONS 2 ADVERTISING in tne AJgon! Upper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county thar any other publication II COMING NEXT TUESDAY The Academy Award Hit! ON THE WATERFRONT" Mr ,.r, i ?.I: - K: :v>!. Claies Jr. i :; "!:<- on Sun- . Here are the Apparel Bargains you've waited for We>t!i!:.; ..f F ,: : D-.-d:;e: M: Mrs R..ym..rid We?tIinK ..i Mi and Mr- J. B. Asa. '; ••:•:;• . C; ':: A !•.'• •!': •: .*<! r ,.n i ?•*..- F: nr.-t i M : '- Kav cia'i.-- 'an.-V'fL;r,iVy. 'Mr ^ •.iv. ai'i'"-.:' '.'•":'. /Mr Yind ''.ir/B b : T:.•••'.• n .'-.:-! M: an i M"--. Dal-/ 7>!r ; nd Mis H' rman Dig are , ti.-::<'nt.- .'f •-. .-on b-.'!'!) Fridav. J-..;ly ., in S; A;>n ho ; ;jit;.l ;n Al- r -:vi. T::.- !.;'!>• ; has two: Ho;'-.. : -. ;,n i f air ,;st. :-. Mrs , Ai-.nie Geiscr.'.-cker »! Aluona is :r.,.!e-nal .arandniother an I Mr | . ii i Mrs Fri-d li!g "f i,t-re are ANOTHER BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM FOR ALL THE FAMILY ON ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER Coats - Suits - of CINEMASCOPE ROCK HUDSON BARBARA RUSH JEFF MORROW APTAIN »,in KATHLEEN RYAN . FINLAY CURRIE • DENIS OOEA • GEOFFREY TOONE fMt'.tth DOUOL/G SIRS S;i«npi»i t, W R BURNill j-d OSiAR 6«DWi| Jli''; Wrf WjfUIiuO b/ W R EUfiNtll • P:^..:J t) ROSS huMij FROM THE MOVIES' MADDEST DAYS... come those stuntmen — BUD and LOU! Unlined Suits Entire stock including "Bobby Brooks" - "Lamp!" "Mynette." All sizes, 9 to 17 - 10 to 20 - 38 to 44 14'3 to 24':. FINAL CLEARANCE !/2 Price On Entire Stock of Spring Coats "Sterlirvg" — "Youthcraft" — "Shagmoor" — "Maurke" Junior — Regular and Holf Sizes — Final Clearance. Entire stock in bsautifui patterns CLEARANCE PRICE all sizes. One Large Table FINAL CLEARANCE Price Dresses Save now — You'll want several at our Final Clearance Prices. Choose from quality trade names — "Carlye" "Minx Modes" - "Carole King" - "Bobby Brooks" ''Reich" - "Martha Manning" "Mynette". ALL AT Final Clearance Prices Suni'er Purses Our regular $2.98 Values Final Clearance FRED CLARK * LYNN BAR! * MAXIE ROSENBLOOM ' and >lt» opp«o'^9 •• \ MACK SENKETT • HEINIE CONKUN • HANK UAMH STARTS NEXT TUESDAY "DADDY LONG LEGS" [60NAS STYLE

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