The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 16
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8-Algena (la.) Upp§c Des Motnes Thursday, July 28, 1955 Marlene Bauer Of Wesley Will Be Aug. 27 Bride Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marlene Theresa, pictured above, to William 'H. Clements, son of Mr and Mrs William B. Clements of Newton. August 27th has been set as the wedding date. Both are students at the State University of Iowa. Ottosen P.W.O. Meeting Held Last Friday Ottosen—The Presbyterian Women's Organization met Friday afternoon for a regular meeting in the church parlors with Mrs Louis Kelley, Mrs Jesse Van Busldrk and Mrs Ralph Richards hostesses. Mrs Van Buskirk read the lesson study. Mrs Ralph Richards read articles from the Presbyterian Life, and Mrs Louis Kelley read Grace Jones column called Mothers Diary from the Manson paper. Guests At Shower Several from Ottosen were guests at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs Merlyn Jensen, nee Arlene Nash, at the home of Mrs Leona Daniel in Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Attending from Ottosen were Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Donald Larson and Marilyn, Mrs Conrad Johnson and son, Mrs Ralph Jacobson and son, Mrs John Vinaas and Janice, Mrs W. G. Cooper, Sharon Vinaas, Mrs Loran Daniel, Mrs Roy Telford. Mrs Edward Zinnel and Mrs Louis Jacobson. Receive Citation The loc^l unit of the American Legion Auxiliary has received a department citation for meritorious service. The unit has sufficient credit points to be rated as a superior unit for the yeai 1954-1955. Third Birthday Tommy Jacobson, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson celebrated his third birthday Sunday, July 24 and Saturday evenjng he was honored at a picnic supper at the parental home. Those present were Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr and Mr.s Sylvan Jacobson ;mcl family, Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Larry, LeRoy Worby. Mr and Mrs Deanne Telford and family and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann. Marilyn Long accompanied Mr and Mrs Arnold Brat land and family Sunday. The group visited at the L. O. Short home at Spen- cer and in the afternoon visited the Clarence Long and Fred Zol- denthius homes at Sheldon and in the evening at the Fred Short home at Emmctsburg. Mrs Earl Cobb of West Bend visited at the Roy Enockson and Lawrence Holden homes Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend nnd Donald Naeve of Dakota City were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinselh home. Donnld Ourtli of Otho visiled overnight Saturday with Jerry Kinseth. The Art Banwart family of West Bend visited Sunday afternoon at the Ray Frieden home. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Mr and Mrs Glen Hellickson and family visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Hannah Hellickson -at Hardy. Marvin Lee, son of Mr and Mrs Alf Lee of Britt, visited this past week at the Eugene Hofius anc 1 John Vinaas homes. His parents came after him Sunday. Mr and Mrs Frank Hofius of Algona visited Sunday evening at the Eugene Hofius home. Mr nnd Mrs Merle Holt and family were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the John Mullins home at Corwith. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family visited at the Edward VonBank home at Rolfe Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Merle Halsrud and family of Bradgate visited at the Oliver Lee home Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Rudy Berninghaus and family of Whittemore visitec! Sunday at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk. Mr and Mrs Ted Underberg and grandchildren Bruce and Bobby Ooheim and Mr and Mrs Henry Olson were supoer guests at the Wallace Underberg home in Fort Dodge Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Carl Hanselman and girls of LuVerne were a week ago Sunday evening visitors at the Earl Olson home. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and familv visited Friday evening at the Charles Salz home at Whittemore. Sunday evening they were visitors at the George Kjar home at West Bend. Mrs Howard Hellickson and daughter Nancy, took Mrs Florence Hills to her home at Waterloo* Thursday. Mrs Hill's daughter. Mrs Harold Bayso of Humboldt also went with them. Mr and Mrs Walter Johnson and family of Chicago were Monday dinner guests at the Howard Hellickson home. Mrs Johnson and Mr Hellickson are brother and sister. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and familv and Mr Haug's mother. Mrs Marie Haug of Bode, visited Herman Finstuen at Kinbrae. Minn. Sunday. Saturday afternoon visitors at the Roy Enockson home were Mrs Bud Wilson and daughters Jackie and Judy of Hobbs, New Mexico and Mrs Lowell Shelgren and daughter Mary Jo of Gilmore City, and Barbara Enockson of Humboldt. Weekend visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Ellingson of Cedar Falls and Mr and Mrs Charles Ellingson of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Joel Ellingson and family of Ellsworth were Sunday visitors at the Melvin Ellinsson home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Struthers are the parents of .a girl born Friday, July 22. The baby weighed nine and a half pounds and lias been named Beverly Ann. The maternal grandparents arc Mr and Mrs Emmett Hanson ot Bradgate and the paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Watt Strulhers of Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson were at Charles City Sunday to help their granddaughter Martha Aldean celebrate her birthday wlm-h was July 20. She is the youngest (laughter of Dr. a,nd Mrs William Olson of Charles Marshall & Shift's ANNUAL August Pur Sale THE CONVENIENT TERMS ELITE SHOP ON MON.,AUG.l Mouton to Mink Every Fur Coat Specially Priced for this August Selling event . . . We have the coal you want at the PRICE you want. • Moutons from S 68.Of) • Hair Seals from _ 139.00 • Mink Paws from 'J95.00 plus tax I Marshall & Swift Furs Exclusive at THE ELITE SHOP I City. In the afternoon they visiled the Little Brown Church at Nashua. Edwin McLuen, son of Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen is confined to bed with rhuematic fever. The j-uung man is a student at Drake University, WESLEY NEWS Ladies Aid of the Evangelical Free church met at the church Wednesday, July 27, with Mrs Axel Carlson rind Mrs Prank Johnson as hostesses. Don Hanig is on two weeks vacation from Farmers Cooperative Elevator. ' Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb will attend the Ordination of Rev. Paul Hansen at Good Mope church Sunday, July 31. at 2:30 p.m. They will then go on to Okoboji to attend Bible conference. , Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and Kay and Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan and Audra attended the Welllk-Doughan wedding at Duncan Thursday, July 21. George Prema was brought home Friday from St. Ann hospital, Algona where he had been several days for medical care. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek went to St. Jtfmes, Minn. Sunday, .to visit the Edwin Johnsons. Wesley Township Farm Bureau members and their families held their annual.picnic Sunday, July 24, at Call Park, Algona. The Hub's Smashing Mid-Summer NOW GOING STRONG! -- Ten Days of Rip-Roaring Bargains! Men's Nylon Neck TEE SHIRTS 55c 2 for 98c Regular price has been 79cl We're handling you top quality "nylon neck'' tee shirts here at a price far below normal. Stock your drawer! Close-out on Men's $1.50 TIES 97c Our regular well-known brands of neckwear included in this sharply pared down price to clear about 300 beautiful iiesl Men's Dress STRAW CAPS AW CAPS 4% A mm A •» 8«c 63 Mens Suits You see more and more and more men wearing 'em — 0* they're tops for breezy head $ comfort—and we're including all values up to $1.651 Clearing Out MEN'S SOCKS 55c 2 pairs for You get Argyles for this price! You get Nylon stretchies for this pricel You get some bang- up sock values at this pricel Compare at $7.95! WORK SHOES $ 5 45 to 5 65 Values All Year 'Round Regular Weights! 28? 8 $28.88 gets you a mighty GOOD suit at the Hub during this bang-up clearance, Men! Yes, a mighty good suit — and we repeat, for a .price of $28.88. Worsteds are offered, gabardines are offered, flannels are offered — at $28.881 Sizes are broken in these 63 suits, but if yours is here (and it probably is) you're in on one of the year's BIG suit deals! Act early! Boy's Bargains! A long-life work shoe that has the comfort of a pair of casual mocassins. Rugged sole, pliable uppers, glove-like fit. Values to $3.95! HOBBY JEANS .S SPORT SHIRTS of cotton plisse "•££" DUNGAREES £££1.47 Boys' Nylon STRETCHY Entire Stock of Boys' SWIM TRUNKS o r ;,n/3 OFF 20 BOYS' LIGHTWEIGHT ZIPPER JACKETS V t 9e 5 8 " 1. Same As Dad's - 1.17 47c Silver Hoi TwUl Otey '»* l " v Shirts ftegtt' ,\av\y $2.79 via 2.38 Men All the comfort in the world in these washable jeans. We're closing out summer stock at this knock-down pricel WILLIAMS LEUT ALGONA,IOWA , t

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