The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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?ty Kioto Helurn From Visit. Pamela, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Schutjer and Cheryl Walrod of Titonka, sister of Mr Schutjer have returned from a few days visit at'Mooreland with Mr and Mrs Gerald Loehr. Card Club Hostess Mrs William Drayton was hostess to the Members of her card club at Mrs Clark Godden's Wednesday afternoon. The previous week the club met With Mrs Harry Herr. Prizes were won by Mrs William Carney high, ana Mrs Drayton, low. Seller Reunion A Seller family reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose Call State park. In attendance from here were Mrs Henry Seller and her children, Vincent, Ft. Dodge; Tony of Wesley; Julius of St. Benedict; Martin of Sexton; with their wives and families and Mrs Martin Bleich of Miller with her husband and family. big three-day 'EHD-OF-MOHTH 1 "HOT" BARGAINS IN A "COOL" STORE Onfr Large Table. Gowns & Pajamas This table will have women's crepe gowns and pajamas in all sizes . . . these garments sold up to $2.98. Priced this week at 1.99 Hand and Face TOWELS A big assortment of these hand and face towels thrown out at a special bargain, snap-up price! Stunning fancy stripes. 3 for $1 • .Fancy Glass TUMBLERS (In Basement Slore) Your choice of this stock of fancy clear glass tumblers at the special close-out price of 12 for $1- Fabrics Clean-up Lingerie Table Cleaning up on a big assortment of cotton fabrics at a clean-up price! Dimities, doited Swiss, ginghams, crinkle crepes, chambrays, denims, others. Big yardage and all at one slashed down price. We are throwing out a lot of special values in lingerie that sold up to $2.98 — all on this one table. Includes shorlie pajamas, odd slips, and gdwns. Select any item ori table for $1.33. Cotton Sheet BLANKETS While they last this week . . . we are slapping a new lower price Jag on these .while sheet blankets you'll' be wanting soon. All 70 x 80 inches. 1.47 Glass Trays or GLASS RELISH DISHES (In Basement Store). A choice of these sparkling glassware items! Glass serving tray or butterfly shaped glass relish dish. Nice for gifts, too! 50c 12-Piece Corn SERVING SETS (In Basement Slore). These trim and useful sets consist of 4 corn husk dishes and 8 corn skewers . . . all 12 of the pieces now for $1 Children's Wear GIRLS SPORTSWEAR TABLE with a lot of bargains like blouses, halters, shorts, Ol elc. Choice of il all at V 1 TOTS TUMBL-TOGS in a selection of items for the lots that include crawlers, O| play suits, slacks, etc. -.-- T • BOYS SPORT SHIRTS in crispy cool short sleeve styles and bright patterns. Take your pick for Apparel Buys LADIES SPRING CpATS in long and shortie styles. The entire lot of them going out at ; SPRING SUITS—not many but they wonderfully good values in 1. tailored suits, going at 2 SUMMER BLOUSES all from our best- known famous maker, a name 1 you know. The lot going out at 2 DRESS CLEARANCE! We have put final markdowns on all Spring and Summer dresses on our balcony . . and you'll find them arranged on racks,for your easy select.on th.s week-end I Values That Were Up To $14;98 3.99 4.99 5.99 8,99 Degree Of Honor . The Degree of Honor Society will have their regular business meeting Monday, Aug. 1, at the Moose Hall. Hostesses are Vic Douglas, Helen Webster, Mabte Hargreaves and Patty McGinms. Wedding Banns Banns of marriage were pronounced for the first time Sunday morning at St. Cecelia s Church for Dennis Lee'Wubeker of Jefferson and Joan Lee Bleich; John Daryl Leeper of Hurt and Darlene Louise HerttjeS 1 ; and Vaughn A. Hoover and Rose Mary Yegge of Buffalo Center. Guest From Denmark Mrs Harry Spongberg and Mrs Oliver Bakken gave a party Monday evening honoring Mrs Christine Spongberg of Minneapolis, Minn., and her sister, Mrs Kerstine Lauritsen of Nordensto, Denmark. ' Mrs Hilda Gronwall entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday for the visitors. Other guests were Mrs Max Bast, Mrs Kate Wegener, Mrs Anna Nelson and Mrs Ida Zumach. Birthday Honors Mrs Margaret Reid observed a birthday anniversary Monday and had as guests at an afternoon party: Mrs Oliver Bakken, Mrs Alice Duryea, Mrs Lucy Givens, Mrs Morris Givens, Mrs Anna Halsrud, Mrs Lloyd Hau bach, Mrs May Hanegan, Mrs i Blanche Lage, Mrs George Miller, Mrs Harvey Reid, Mrs Robert Schoby, Mrs Carl Vigdal, Wavu Woodward, Mrs Douglas WiJclin, Sylvia Worthington and her mother of Lone Rock. The time was spent socially. Family Gathering Mr and Mrs Norman Henevik of Elmore, Minn, spent the July 17 weekend with Mrs Henevik's parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz. On Sunday Mrs Harry Potter entertained the Heneviks and Rentz at a family gathering, and others attending were Annie Hodges and daughter Mrs James Reed, of Bartelsville, Okla.; Mrs Bud Zender and children; Mr and Mrs R. B. Chapman of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Ray Potter, Algona: Mr and Mrs Leonard Baas, . Wlntte- more; and Mr and Mrs F. J. Lonergan, Whittemore. Deiiman Reunion A Dettman family reunion was held Sunday at Call State park- In attendance from this area were Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman, Mr and Mrs George Dettman, Mr and Mrs Milton Dettman, Erwin Dettman,'"• Mr and Mrs C: C. Adams, Mr and Mrs Evrol Adams, Richard Fox, Mrs Fern Fox, all of Algona and Mr and Mrs Dwight Wilson of Pocahontas and the respective families. Mr and Mrs Dewey Wilson were unable to be present as Mr Wilson is a surgical patient ax the Methodist hospital in Des Moines and Mrs Wilson is there with him. Devinc, Rudd, and Larue Gern- scy, Fort Dodge, paid for failing to stop at stop signs, Calvin Pasley, Algona, paid a fine for a loud muffler, Richard Davis, Algona, took a corner too fast, and Alfred Grill, Jr., Algona, paid $5 aivd costs for speeding. Geo. Thiil, II Services Held Today, St. Joe Services for George Thul, 71, well-known St. Joe farmer, were held this morning (Thursday) in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Father Sturm, Livermorc Catholic priest, officiated at the muss, and burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home, Algona, was in charge of arrangements. Mr Thul died unexpectedly at 3 a.m. Monday, following n four- day illness, at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. He had been a patient at the hospital since Friday morning. George, son of Mr and Mrs Nicholas Thul, was born in Illinois, March 20, 1884, ami came with his parents to St. Joe in 1893, and was a resident of that urea for the rest of his life. He was married to Louise Wilmes in 1906 at St. Joe. Besides his wife, survivors include a daughter, Bertha (Mrs Peter Becker), and a son, Harold, both of Bode. Eleven grandchildren, two sisters and two brothers also survive. They are: Kate (Mrs Chris Bogh), Renton, Wash.; Mrs Margaret Bornong, Firesleel, So. Dak.; John Thul, Bode; and Isadora Thul, Marquis, Sask., Canada. INJURED BY BULL Ray Wentworth of Ledyard was seriously injured when attacked by a bull Thursday morning. He was thrown over a fence and suffered a broken and shattered hip bnnr. He was taken at once by Mrs Wcnlworth and his son and wife, the Harold Wentworths, to Rochester, Minn.. where lie is in the hospital. Let Your Flock Aged Woman Breaks A Hip For the second time in a year and a half, Mrs Jennie Breen, 33, Algona, is recuperating from a broken hip received in a fall at her home. Mrs Breen is confined at St. Ann hospital following a full after getting out of a chair Saturday afternoon. Her left hip is broken. Her right hip was broken Feb. 1, 1954 in a similar fall. Five Fined $5 Five drivers paid $5 and costs, each in Mayor Linda Clapsudclle's court during the week for a variety of violations. Clarence THURSDAY FRIDAY -SATURDAY '* r..... are Small Print ---But Oh What Values! Small Print - But Oh What Values! TOULON CURTAIN PANELS in a new multi-color design or plain eggshell, each panel 27x81 inches SUBTEEN COATS and also some subleen suits—big buys for school days to come. \ Every garment righlly styled. i RUMMAGE GIRLS SPRING COATS on one rack — the entire lot of these garments to go 1 in sizes 7 to 14 at 2 GIRLS SUITS on another rack, in sizes for girls 3 to 8, the entire lot of 1_ these neat suits to go at % GIRLS SPORT SHOES on one table in shoe department — saddles, oxfords, flats in broken sizes 4 to 8. The Sensational Cosmopolitan Magazine story of the Bank Robbery that caught a 3 town with '• morals down! From 2Orh Century-Fox in ClNEMAScoPc DEIUXE starling Victor Richard Stephen MATURE EG AN McN ALLY *.^MMVirginia Leith • Margaret Hayes • Sylvia Sidney Lee Marvin • J. Carroll Naish • Tommy Noonan • Ernest Borgnine Produced by Screo.n Play by Onccled by BUDDY ADLER-SYDNEYBOEHM-RICHARD FLEISCHER PLUS TABLE WITH ODDS AND ENDS FRQM Ml DiPTS. FIERY DRAMA; Courageous men...and a woman of passion...blazing a fury- trgil through the savage wilderness! Thursday, July 28, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molncs-5 To Poll On Closing A Chamber of Commerce poll -ill be taken starting Aug. 1 of all members holding sales tax permits to determine what the 'uturc of the Friday night open- I ings may be, whether they shoul 1 continue, or whether stores should return to Saturday night open i n gs. IF ITS NEWS — WE WANT IT Ends Thursday (BUCK NITE) See ''SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY" FRIDAY and SATURDAY "THE SILVER LODE" With John Payne & Lizabeth Scotf Also Yvonne DeCarlo in "SCARLET ANGEL" DRIVE The Amazing New liquid Poultry Warmer '** Put cmcK'N TEE in your flock's drinking water and rcmovb roundworms and cccal wornis in one application. ROBINSON PRODUCE Algona Wesley SUNDAY-MONDAY M-G-M'5 AMAZING MOVIE STAR A thrilling story of •scape and pursuit in the wilderntss. of t; IN EXCITING COLOR! DONNA CORCORAN-WARD BOND FRANCES DEE „< GYPSY AN M-G-M PICTURE X M-G-M's TOP LOVE * MUSICAL SPECTACLE!* TECHNICOLOR EASY// >TOV ESTHER WILLIAMS wlOHNS'ON I MARTIN TONY An M-G-M Plctun PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS SUNDAY MONDAY NEVER has the screen dealt so frankly with the forces that drove the Indian across the continent to the Western Wastelands'. NEVER has the screen dared so boldly to cross the boundary lines of color and intolerance I LEONARD GOLDSTEIN present! CARTOONS NEW TECHNICOLOR

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