The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 44
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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6—Algono 'In.) Upper Des Mcines Thursday, August .11, 1955 Oftosen Variety Show Climaxes Celebration Olioser—A ',-.•••.! i-r.nv. ' ' •• ".<'•• '•• ' '•"• '' i \';i; : i :i • '. i ',''• i !;i-1 ev nil i !e\ i : ,v Ah'-.i' i ; S.-ai.l : - Q n,: i'i i I e< insist ing of .] j'i | Satid> i •-. Pon Mm rison, .T«\ e<. a.- in ; Ani.!,i'. ami Hor.nie .ler^eii.-. .K- prr.- i-o'i. par.ii d .,'. ti.e piano I •;. i'li''' ! ;'-;(• ( ! 11 a-; it- . f \\V ;•! i 'i 'Hi!: ;\c" •",'' '! '• ' ' • i.'' . ' a t M a i a >n - K a: ! A ;v 1 - ' * • '\ o i <v .1t i * v H 11' i' "-\ ue , -1 }\: i' • •..'•!• ' -I : Inn- was n;a>; i T . • ! i 1 an... T 1 : 1 - Dud' Ham 1 •••<. •• i '• ' 1:1 TH' - (or the p- o..: IT, ; Is<.!!.< • TV <•' M,-s->'l C'lly play I'o-' '.;!<•;):: pai ! \vi"c !o,- a' ; -e\-e' ,\] iHimhi'i.- and ;d.-o pla;. pi".-on-; and from neni-bv cum- -'or danrmi.' !oi|.i\\ mg !'a v; I'iiili •':•!•-. T''.e p; o :_;;•;, i ;i !' >: iov,-.. • j n I , p' o:;: jn •, . 'I': a - .-] OSIHL' mi: a: :.. •'-'r.linn -nlo bv .-\\idley Oi- \\'.-- a tune bv !!.e \'rv,-a i.,'id. ;-i.-,:io .- •! . b-, Jiinio; S:,\, T. ; S->\'i rt Atifhiir, Inc.. ,-! !!T .-•:-,. Tiv K::, II' .vi-r F vi> 1:, .m ; iiold! foi-,..;,; IDL ..: K^ina F--'.-;, if;rnb -Id: . M-M-N ,i ,,• .\ n ;, _ ' i, ,-..,•, . M,,-]. 1.;,, Ii ,!voi, , r -. o.. N'ol!'.- a' •: , ;.. ; -,no. Kd S!;M,-i. lin i Vi;:;i.- Tinki n. oaritone a flT SHILTS' & EW ARRIVALS For This •to- Air-Step Pumps, Straps and Ties The IK-UTS! styles in all heel heights, widths and leni;lhs. from si/e I (o 11 inclusive. AAAA's to K's. All new fool wear ideas a( the new lower prices. For School or Anywhere.... Glamour Debs lead the parade in red. walnut, black, blue urey. brown and tan. All widths, all si/.es. all s. from AAAA's to K's. Buster Brown for All Ages.... from (be baby on up. All widths, all si/es, all lengths. See the newest styles and colors. Slraj)s. loafers and t ies. For the Young Man.... i-'oiiu; to high school or college, we have l,be latest ideas in IVdwins and Rohlees. All widths, all sixes, all prices and all styles in loafers, yore loafers, ties and oxfords. All in the newest colors and si vies. SHOE STORE ALCONA, IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET Alyona Phone 2 10-\V Iowa I p:-- ne. Elaine Vupcini;.-), trom- ; :• -.i' and t iai v Sti ac'lian »:i )!; ; ,i: aai.-: a<v.*.dion solo. I'.obba j i F: i''.- ' '.•!•:: lap d;mce l>v Xa-y'ia I Crawls Out Alive 'TllinoK- Ga? Co. in Dnvonpr.rf. Fklwin MoLuen, son of Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen has been .-i lecled as the recipient of an O-co Druu scholarship for I!T: eo'iiin.L; year. The young man will lie a junior at Drake liniver sity in the College of F'harmacv tins fall. This is the third scholarship he has received, tie has been confined to bed the past several weeks with rheumatic fever, ll;.- condition is improving and ii is hoped he will be able to return to his studies when the fall term opens about the middle of September. i The Do-R-Rest 4-IT Club met itur-Jay afternoon. Aiifj. (i, at the line of Ann Ludwiji with 12 iieiiibers and two leaders pre- nt. Suzanne Oppedahl gave a ik on packing a good school A do/en or more of the country's .hading auto daredevils will smash and crash their way over the race course to a climax in front of the Kossuth Fair*grounds grandstand when the Totirnamenl of Thrills is staged "ii Saturday night. Aug. 20, as the final peak of the Kossuth County Fair of 1955. Balancing new stock automobiles on one and two wheels, wheeling speeding cars over elevated rampways in close file and side by side with only inches to spare ::re only part of the precision driving which these slunlnien will exhibit. A stunt originated by the late Lucky Teter and which eventually caused his death includes the catapulting through space of a stock convertible from one inclined rampway to another, a distance of seventy feet. Hal Kent, of Richmond, Virginia, Charles Beeler. of Tucson, Ariz., and Jack Frye of Milwaukee. Wis. are among those who will vie for the honor of attempting the torpedo catapult and earn extra points towwcfc their annual stand- ings in the International Stuntmen's Daredevil Tourney. Participants in this part of the Fair program will include some of the best known and most daring of auto sluntmen garnered from the Hollywood speedways, movie studios, and from the country's leading thrill shows. Engagement Announced Announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Doris Bruch, daughter of Mrs F. W. Bruch, Ottumwa, and the late Mr Bruch, to Richard L. Loos, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Loos of Ottosen. The wedding is planned for Sunday, Sept. 25, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The bride-to-be was graduated from Ottumwa high school in 1951 and is employed as a secretary at the Iowa-Illinois Gas & Electric Co. Her fiance was graduated from high school at Ottosen in 1949 and served with the marine corps for two years, part of that time in Japan. He is employed in the customer service department of the Iowa- DOLLARDAYSS SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Utility Step Stool REACH SAFELY For kitchen, closets, bathroom and garage. Modern black tubular black legs with rubber tips, 1.49 Plastic Fork & Spoon Salad Server, reg. 49c-19c SWARTZ ALGONA IRHA HDWE. YS ONLY! -Tltr \.MI.I\KI). i\,; KnoM S l'ITK S '.i. 199 50 BJUSTROM FURNITURE • EASY TEKMS t FKEE PAHKI.M; IN REAR • FREE DELIVERY inich and Arwi Ludwig demon- i rated preparing a vegetalile r>lato. Wanda Worster gave n .aik on why preserve food. Final .ilans were made for Achievement 'Jay to be held Saturday. Aug. 13. n the commercial building at 1:30 p.m. This group made thirty dollars selling popcorn and pop it the baseball games during the celebration, neeling will . The next regular be September 10 with Shirley and Paillette Kam- Sylvan Jacobscm celebrated bis lirlhday. Monday, Auj;. 8. He MIK honored ;it a pot luck din nor at bis borne Sunday. present were Mr and Mrs Sam Thorsland and Sammy of Bode; Mrs Elizabeth Anliker and family of West Bend: Arlene Larson of Bode: Mr and Mrs Peter Enock.son. Mr n.nd Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family, Mr and Mrs Allan Webrspann and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Ralpti Jacobson and family and John Nielsen. A belated birthday picnic supper was held Monday evening at Gotch park in Humboldt honoring Monte Newton, son of Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton ami Jackie Newton, son f>f Mr and Mrs Lester Newton of Humboldt. Those present were the DeVere Newton family, the Lester Newton family, the James Lennins; family of Humboldt and Mr" S. LenninLj of Dakota Citv. Montr. Newton's birthday is July 2/J and Jackie Newton's birthday is July 2-4 Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann visited Sunday at the John Zinnel and Paul Westphal homes at Worthington, Minn. Mr Zinnel's brother John has been seriously ill for the past several weeks. Mrs Melvin Ellinyson returned home Thursday afternoon from Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she has been a medical patient for about a week. Mrs Howard Hellickson was one of the judges Tor Ihn lornl achievement day at Trinity Lutheran church in Humboldt for the Rutland Lucky Stars club Wednesday evening. Mrs Sam Linn of Humbokll was the other judge. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and daughter Shirley, and Ro^er Mail- sen of Brad.uate motored to Blair, Neb., Sunday where th".v visited Dana College and also visited a friend of Shirley's a' Tekemah. Neb. Sunday evening supper guests at the Oscar Oppedahl hoinc we're Mr and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl and family and Mrs Bertha Oppedahl and Richard of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinsctb r.f Algona were Thursday eveninc visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home. Sunday visitors at the Oliver Lee home were Mr and M"f Arnold Maxwell of Dows. In the evening Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud and family of Bode were visitors at the Lee home. Terrv Lee, who has been visiting at the Halsrud home for a few day;. returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Roy Knncks<'ii accompanied Mr and Mrs CHfloid Jones and family to Leon .md Grand River Sunday. The Roy Enocksnn's urand- About 100 years ago, railroad conductors were known as Masters of Transportation. Glf THERE ANV WAY YOU CAN, IT'S DOLLAR PAY! Friday & Saturday In Algona ! \ s> - gjIKSSaiyfia*****''" &ns REGISTER HERE Specials u FIVE-SEW CORN BROOM $1.29 Value LUCKY BUCKS n Time \\\ to-School i ••••••i HOYS* or fJIULS' If HI-UK ENAMKL ROASTER 69c Value 47c $39,95 Value BICYCLE GREASE GUN $2.89 e +} ] 9 Value * 20' POCKET WATCH $2.79 $ Value BALLON BIKE TIRE 1.79 $2,19 Value $ CATTLE FLY SPRAY $1.00 Value 79c Hriny Your Own (Jal. Container ALL-STEEI, HAMMER Laminated Leather (irip $3.59 5 *> Q Q Value •Jll" — 21" — 2li" BIKE INNERTUBE Value 97 C BIKE BASKET $1.09 OO^ Value OOC FULL Sl/K COASTER WAGON $7.50 Value GALVANIZED PAIL 89c Value GRAIN SCOOP I'i" \ l^'V Si/.f $4,39 Value $ 44 R \IM50\V PUMP OILER $1.19 Value »-Way Switch FLASH- LITE •lot Value 27c Leak-Proof FLASH LITE BATTERIES 2 for 19c 32-po. Dinnerware SET $11.5)5 Value $4.95 BAMBOO BASKET $1.19 Value 89c STO Algona, Iowa

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