The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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Garage Destroyed Livermore — Liverrnore's fire- mon answered a call Monday afternoon when a blaze was dis- i n the garage at the Tom McKenna residence. The building burned to the ground. Cause of the fire is not known. The McKennas plan to rebuild in the future. Insurance covered touch of the loss. Budget Hearings Two major budget hearings win be heard this week when the City of Algona presents its budget Thursday night, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall; and the Kossuth county board of supervisors presents its budget Friday eve., Aug. 12 at 9 a.m. at the courthouse in Algeria. Both hearings are open to the public. DRIVE-IN THEATRE SATURDAY ONLY! "J-U-M-B-0" SIZE SHOW 4 Great Attractions On One Great Show — See One Or All 1 Rites Held' For Livermore Woman Tuesday Livermore—Mrs Eva Schwendemann, mother of Bert Sehvven- demann, who had been a patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, passed away Friday evening. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Burnside. Mr and Mrs Charles Hohn and son, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs Holm's parents, Dr and Mrs R. W. Beardsley, left Friday for Sioux Falls, S. D., where they will visit Mr Holm's, mother. Father P. M. Sturm is attending the Retreat in Sioux CUy this week. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and three daughters visited Thursday at the Joe Krieps home in Wesley. Mr and Mrs James Lempke accompanied his parents, who live at Vincent, to Ottawa, 111. Saturday, where they went to attend the wedding of Marcia Yocum Sunday. While there Mrs Lempke became ill and was hospitalized.. Miss Yocum is a cousin ol Mr Lempke. The two Lempke children remained with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Nessr. at Thor during the absence of their parents, turned home. All have now re- JANE RUSSELL "MONTANA BELLE" THE BROOKLYN DODGERS in "THE ROOGIE'S BUMP" JOHN WAYNE in "FLYING TIGERS" "THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR Mr and Mrs Nick Klein visited friends in Humboldt Friday afternoon. Milton Bergum had a week vacation from his duties at the Cayou Hardware store. He and Burton Ronde went to Minnesota where they spent a few days fishing. Joe Cayou, who is serving in the army, was operated on for appendicitis last Wednesday in Anchorage, Alaska. He is the. son of Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou. Miss Barbara Markman of Boone has been visiting Mar> Lawrence in Humboldt and in the Claude Lawrence home. Mr and Mrs Claude Lawrence were last Saturday evening visitors in the W. P. Hastings home near Bode with Sister Mary Mercy Hospital in -Mnson City. Sister Macrimi and Mrs Lawrence were former classmates at St, Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Nick Blasen of While Lake, South Dakota and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwain Staumbough, and family of Cedar Rapids, were Tuesday visitors at the George Lenert/. home. Mrs Blasen is Mr Lenertz' mother.. A son was born Tuesday to Mr and Mrs John Hosford at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodf?c. The Hosfords have an older daughter. Mrs Hosford is the former Helen Mae Smith, daughter of Mrs Alice Smith of Livermore and Mr Hosford is the step son of Wilbur Beers of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Harold Thul received word that their son Robert, who is stationed in Germany, has been promoted to corporal. Mrs Harl Gimer of Renwiek visited Monday with her mother, Mrs Jessmine Miller. Kathleen Nessa of Thor is spending a few days here assisting her sister, Mrs James Lempke. with her household duties. Mr and Mrs Herman Gronbach and their children and families attended a Rode family reunion Sunday, July 24, at the Dorweiller gun club at West Bend. Others attending were Mr and Mrs John Rode and their children and families, Otto Charley and Willie Rode of Pelicon Rapids, Minn.; Mrs Minnie Hnn selman and her family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Herbert Benjamin and their family and Mr and Mrs Harry Druschello of West Bend. The young people of the Presbyterian church held a meeting in the church parlors Monday evening. After the business meeting and lesson a social evening was spent. Mrs Harold Gjerstad opened her home to the Neighborhood club members Tuesday afternoon. Following the arrival of guests a dessert luncheon was served to the members. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing 500. High prize went to Mrs Chester Ogan, traveling prize -to Mrs Bill Wilson, and consolation nrize to Mrs Tommy Kissinger. Sunday the club and their families enjoyed a . picnic at Leach Lake at Hampton. Dinner guests Sunday at the Mike Erdman home in honor ol his birthday were Mr and Mrs Thursday, August 11, 1955 Alfleno (la.) Upper Des MoJne«-3 of Humboldt. Afternoon visitors at the Erdimin home wore Mr and Mrs Andy Anderson of Humboldt; and Mr and Mrs Wade Cunningham and Pat of Renwick. Ronald Ogan left Tuesday for a vacation with relatives al Orchard, Neb. Lois Wilson, who is employed in Washington, D. C. is here visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Rny Wilson. John Wonderley tore down the garage west of his house and is building a new hollow brick garage in'its place. Mrs Howard Anschulz and three sons of Oklahoma City, Okla. are here visiting her sister, Mrs Alvin Berte and family. Guests a few days last week of the John Freilinger home were; Sister Fabrola, Sister Snlone and Sister Clarissa. They are all sisters of Mrs Freilinger. Kathryn Ries of Des Moines and her niece Linda Pangeman of Norlhridge, Calif, are visiting this week with the former's sister, Mrs Anna Welter. Miss Ries, who has been working for the Veterans Administration in Des Moines, has resigned from her position. Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and family were Tuesday evening visitors al the William Erpelding home near LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Frank Dumphy of Humboldt, were Monday evening visitors at the .George Davis home. Mr and Mrs J. F. Hamm attended a Hamm family reunion Sunday at Olson Park in Fort Dodge. About 60 relalives attended the reunion. Sandra Wilson of Fort Dodge is spending this week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson. She is the daughter 01 Mr and Mrs Virgil Wilson. Mrs Johanna Smith was a Sun day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Clyde Smith. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson and family and Mrs Maggie Johnson of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Clyde Smith home. Ralph Sergeant of Tucson, Ariz, spent the weekend here with his daughter, Mrs Herbert Roney, Mrs Margaret Brewer and son David of Emmctsburg spent Sunday at the Roney home. Mr Sergeant is the father of Mrs Roney and Mrs Brewer. Mrs,Ruth Stiles, who has been at Pringhar, has returned to the home of her son, Jerry Stiles, and family. Mr and Mrs Bill Smith of Rock Island, 111. spent the weekend here with -Mrs Smith's parents. Mr and Mrs John Olson. Their four children, who spent sometime here with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Olson, accompanied them home. Among those from away who came to attend the funeral services of George Thul last Thursday were Mr and Mrs Mike Thul and family of Marquis, Sask., Canada, John Wilmes and chil- dern of St. Cloud, Minn., Mr and Mrs Phil Wilmes of Armstrong and Mrs John Phillips of Gil- berlsvillc. r Macrina, R.S.M. of St. Joseph's Don Schoeberlein and son Daryl, ENDING THURSDAY - John Wayne in "THE SEA CHASE" FRIDAY— SATURDAY WEEK FREE COMIC BOOKS To All Kids Now Through Saturday ! THURSDAY - FRIDAY A Great Pair of "Birthday Shows" Martin and Lewis At Their Hilarious Best 1 "SAILOR BEWARE" One of the Great Shows • Of All Time I Gary Cooper — Loretta Young in "ALONG CAME JONES" SUNDAY - MONDAY niTIVATHERBEST! RITA HHWOK1H JOSE Drama thatff EDMUND GRAINGEIU ^PRODUCTION ^",/7 , - wRAT CARTOON FEATURES STEPHEN McNALLY ALEXIS SMITH JAN STERLING KEITH ANDES ARTHUR HUNNICUTT ..„ PAUl KELLY 1" IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II BANCROFT LIONS IOWA STATE LEAGUE Games This Week AT HOME AUG. 11 CARROLL AUGUST 17 MASON CITY SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY Written by PHILIP YORDAN . Produced by SIDNEY HARMON • Directed by IOSEPH LEWIS PLUS THIS THRILLING, EXCITING CO-HIT TERROR OUTPOST OF THE NORTHWEST MOUNTED! JAMES CRAIG RITA MQBf NO • KIITH IARSEN .M.AN AllliD ARTISTS PICTURE — Coming Next Week I ! I Walt Disney's Happiest Motion Picture "THE LADY and THE TRAMP" First All-Cartoon Feature in CINEMASCOPE , living every passionate page of Anya Setoa's Best .Seller! MARA CORDAY- BARTON MAcLANE • FRIEDA JNESCORT thtM to JOSEPH P&VNEY. Seeitnplij b> KETTIFRINQS • PraW tq AARON ROSENBEU8 PLUS This Spine Tingling FEATURETTE VILTAKEUS" It's As Real As Death - You'll Live longer If You See It! YOU Ride With The Patrol Car - BUT YOU LIVE FOW/LERS 1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL FRIDAY & SATURDAY Ladies Rayon Panties REGULARLY 79c Jo 98c . . . large assortment of ladies and misses rayon panties in all sizes. Some with Nylon, lace panels. Ladies Brassieres REGULARLY $1.00 to $1.98 . . . well-known brands such as Star Dust, She Bra and others you know. Colors and white. Not all sizes. Famous Make Slips $1 REGULARLY $1.98 to $2.98 . . . ladies slips of French crepenylon and ace- late, cotlon plisse and others. Assorted colors, lace trim or tailored. Not all sizes in the group, but red-hot values if your size is here. ; Ladies Blouses sl $2.98 AND $3.98 VALUES . . . these ladies and misses blouses being taken from regular higher-priced stock, and priced an even dpllar • 'for these two bargain days. Assorted sizes and colors. Summer Handbags $2.98 TO $3.98 VALUES . . . lots of time for summer handbags yet this season, and you might want to buy and lay away for next summer at this price! Good assortment of styles to •••n f.vom. A truly extensive and lovely assortment! Choose while and colors, and so many different types. imart Jewel Boxes A value bargain we have held for Dollar Days! In smart designs that en- }ipnr«; arv dre^vng table, and they are v/onders for gifts. New assorted colors Ihat make choosing a pleasure. Sl 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 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! On All Other Regular Priced Items On Our Children's Floor . . . Excluding Discount Qur Specia , ooLLAR DAYS Bargains! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

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