The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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l-Algentt (In.) Upper Oes Maine* Thursday, August 18, 1955 A LG O N / A. U P P'E R DBS AA Q I N E S Janice Madsen Weds The \\fdiliim '•: J.miiv Ru'.h VM 1-rn ;-mcl Donald Dean K"!"Kr? \vr,> held July 22. at 7.30 oY'oek in the rveninu in :hr . The the Mrs r (it Iritis Creek Lu'henm church Rev. Geisier officiated at single ring service. Attending the couple were Thomas Dean Larsen. siste tho bride, and Carrol Reiine! s. brother of ihe bridegroom. Tin- bi id(> wore a pink frosted nylon street-length dress while tht- matron of honor woie a tur- nuoisc- sheet-length dress with pearl and rhinestone trim. The bride is a daughter (if Mi and Mrs William Madsen Sr. oi Kurt. She is a graduate of Burt hich school and is employed a' the K"ssuth ASC office in Algona. Mr Reimers is the son o! Mrs Anna Reiniers and is also ;. Burt high school graduate, lie is employed at the Algona Rendering company. The couple is now making Us home in Burt. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding \vere Mrs Ann Hei ITK rs. Mr and Mrs Harold Reim ers Sue and Brian. Mr and Mr- Howard B.itt. Howard Jr. anc Barbara. Mr and Mrs Dun Coleman (Algona). Mr and Mrs Merlin Madsen and Steve. Mr ano Mrs \V'm. Madsen Sr.. Don ano Rosann. Mrs Thomas Larsen Jr.. Carroll Refiners (Burt). Rickie Klein, 4 Mr and Mrs — urdon Kuhn en teitained at a dinner Sunday, Ai;c. 7 in honor of the 4th birthday of their grandsrm. Rickie Klein. Guests were the parents, Mr and Mrs Duane Klein, and Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn and Mindy of Ankeny. Mrs Klein gave a m>rty for her son, Aug. !i. the birth date, and guests were Debbie Lee, Barbara Wicks, Cindy and Stevie Reding, Virginia Klein, and Mindy Kuhn. Because (if being aw;,y on vacation, Larry and Jean Taylor wore unable to be present. Games were played and lunch was served. Farewell Honors A farewell party was given Tuesday, Aug. 9 at the Johnson House tor Mr and Mrs Melvin Pepper who are being transfer- led to EsthervLlle. The hosts were the Rev. and Mrs Luthei Loeseh and the Sunday school board and officials of the Trinity Lutheran church. The party closed a previous meeting and a plate lunch was served. The honoree:? were presented with a gift. Cards Enjoyed Mrs Duane Devine entertained at a card party Monday evening. Guests were Mrs Edgar Campbell. Mrs Jack Dutton, Dorothy Cogley, Mrs Hank De Waal, Mrs Alton Rochleau and Mrs James Will. Attend Reunion Mr and Mrs Jojin Buseher and family attended a Butts-Thompson family reunion Aug. 7 at Mr and Mrs Obed Ritland's at Story City. Mrs John Mahoney has returned I roil; a visit of a week at Minneapolis with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jim Mahoney. Jim was quite sick with mumps. She was brought home by her sun-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wier. Mrs Wier and Baby Pat remained for a longer visit. Mr Witr is coining for them at the conclusion of the visit. Other guests were the Mahoney's son- in-hiw and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Storek and son Duuglas, of Char Lake. Mr and Mrs C. E. Dearchs are being visited by their daughter, Mr- Herman Moore, and lamily of Manhattan Beach. Cal. They >'.'• - ic a,v -unpanii •.! by Mrs LI-I>I\ Mathi.-on and lamihy oi Palisades, Cal. The Mathisons recent h ni'.veil there I rum Gallup, New Mexico. The Mathisoris will be with her parents. Mr and Mr: Charles Kuchynka and will h, joined later by Mr Malbison. Paul Sfebritz, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Stcbritz. was advanced to sergeant in July 19.if). Since July 19S3 he has been with the oth armored division in Austria doing office work. Now the •amp has been moved, and Paul is expected to come home the latter part of August or first of September. He graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy in 1951, mil enlisted in the army January 1953. Mr and Mrs Claude Slagle were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer former residents here now living .it Des Moines. Other formet Algonans here for the weekend were Mr and Mrs Ward Allen of Oelwein. A steak fry was held Sat unlay evening at the Ambrose Call State Park at which others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Howard Stilhnan, Mr and Mrs Robei t Chambers, and Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas. Mr and Mrs Jack Booth attended the funeral services. August 6 at Carroll for Mrs Booth's mother. Mrs Clara Carver, 59, who died at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge ifter a brief sickness. Three weeks ago she had been here on :i visit and was ta'ken to St. Ann hospital when she became sick. The case was serious and it was thought advisable to take her to Fort Dodge. . Mrs Booth had been with her mother as' much as possible. Funeral Held Eva Butterfield Services for Mrs Eva Butlerfield, G2, former resident of Algona who died at Blue Earth, Minn.. August 0. were held Monday, Aug. 8 at the Presbyterian Church here. Rev. G. G. Hallauer, Congregational minister, officiated and burial was in Riverview Cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Eva, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Magnuson, was born in Algona, Nov. 3, 1893. She was raised here, and taught school for several years before her marriage to Roy Butterfield. The Butterfields have lived at more fur the past 22 years, had been a member of the bekah Lodge since 1912. Survivors include her husband, sisters, Louise Magnuson and Mabel (Mrs Henry Lund), Algona; and Julia (Mrs Sim Loigh). Irvington; and several nieces ;:nd nephews'. Pallbearers at the funeral were Charles and Urnald Lund, Robert, Albert and Donald Leigh and Stanley Sorenson. El- She Re- Airborne Division Enlistments Open Sgt. Barr, the United States Army Recruitor in Algona, announced today that direct enlist ments into the Army's llth Airborne Division are now autnor ized. This type of enlistment will be open for a short time only, closing date August 23, 1955. The llth Airborne Division U being filled up with volunteers who will receive their training with the division and then travel, as a team together, to Europe, the latter part of the year. Young men who may be interested should contact Sgt. Barr. immediately so that he can notify tils Dr< Moines Headquarter;; to ln'.ld a .-pace lor them. TASTESGOOD .. .IS GOOD 32-33 HALO SHAMPOO 27c !E 57c ••••••••••••• COLGATE TOOTHPASTE 27c iff43c BARGAIN Starts Thursday 7L Boys Socks SPECIALS FANCY STRIPE school socks in bright colors of all kinds. Elastic top for neat fit. In sizes 7 to lO'/z. A raft of these at special price of — STRETCHY SOCKS for boys —just like Dad's strelchies. One size fits all feet perfectly. Special new fall sock patterns. 'Now at Harrison's for only — 4 PAIRS 2 PAIRS HARRISON'S Features Dresses for Girls Prom 1 to 12! GIRLS SCHOOL DRESSES Sizes 1 to 3 4 io 6x Girls Panties These Are Regular 49c Panties! A very, very special Harrison "Back To School" price on panties for girls in sizes 8 to 14. Of rayon tricot knit, in soft pink shade, plain tailored. Stock up on these for girls for a whole school year ahead! "DAVY CROCKETT" SPECIALS Boys Davy Crockett Suspenders 49c Davy Crockett Leather Bells - — 98c Boys Davy Crockett Billfolds ____ Davy Crockett T-Shirts fQ- in white ____ I«C Davy Crockett Ties 39c 1 .98 *"<* Bright, gay school dresses . . . dozens and doiens of them for all ages from one bo twelve years! Flashing plaids, gay ginghams, many other patterns featuring new "darks" for school wear. All ronvenienlly racked by size for pour selection. Nice Enough to Buy for Gifts ! Misses, Womens Blouses And Also Stunning Blouses for GIRLS! Here's • department in your Harrison store that will be crowded with "blouse-seekers" in this event! Blouses by the score — for ladies, for misses, for girls — your choice at a DOLLAR! Featuring the new Peter Pan and mannish collars for school days wear. In lots of whites, lots of solids, lots of fancies. Choose the blouses you like, for yourself and your daughters, for only a DOLLAR! U/. Child's Boxer Blue Jeans 79c Neatly tailored blue jeans that take lots of wear and lots of washings. Heavy elastic top. Blue only. Sizes 3-4-5-6. Boys Reg. $1.59 Blue Jeans These are of heavy 8- ounce material with double knees and full cut. They're regular $1.59 values. Zip front. 37 Boys School Shirts It's the Best Single School Shirt Value Harrison Buyers Could Produce! As pictured, a host of school shirts for boys in all the favorite fancy prints and gingham plaids that mothers want. Made of washable cotton. Long sleeves. Sizes 2 to 6 and 8 to 14. Buy a supply for those boys on their way to school! EVENT! 10 Days Only! Girls Anklets SPECIALS ENGLISH RIB Anklets with Nylon heel and toe. All first quality. In favorite white and lots of colors. Sizes G io 8'2 and 9 to 10 "2. SWEATER SOCK ANKLETS The school girl's favoritel Heavy weight triple cuff sweater sock anklets in white only. Sizes 9 through 11. 2 PAIRS PAIR V ^ TI.OO Girls Flannel Pajamas These are not ordinary flannel P. J's — far from it! They're exceptionally neat and smart patterned pajamas, with fancy trim, and so delightfully styled little girls will love io wear theml Buy now for fall and winter wear. Sizes 1 io 3 and 2 to 6x. Ladies Cardigan SWEATERS Yes Mam! They're Made of ORLON1 3.66 Make no mistakes about it — these are the BETTER quality of cardigan, and made oi ORLON — you know what that means! In lovely shades oi • Rust • Copen • Navy • White You'll love these simple, smart cardigans— practically a school days uniform tor misses and women. Many oi them have the trickiest iancy buttons! COMBS 10c Choice of clip, bob and rattail types. Get all they'll need for the school days. TOOTH BRUSHES 2 for 55c TEK brand! Now's the time to see that all the family has tooth brushes aplenty. Buy these at this low two for one price. Ladies — Misses — Children's Handkerchiefs Hundreds and hundreds of new hankies }f all kinds to choose from — and buy for a dime! Hen borders and fancy patterns galore. A Harrison pecial! SKIRT HANGERS 79c The five-bar type that hold five skirts neatly in your closet! Does it in far less space, tool ATHLETIC SOCKS 2 for 88c Favorite wool and cotton mixture for school and gym wear. Individually cello packed. Sizes 9-10-11-12. Fancy Fringe-Trimmed Scatter Rugs 79c Woven cotton rag rugs that are so nifty-looking in bedrooms and kiddies rooms throughout the fall and winter. Each measures 24x36 inches. Multi-color, and very gay and colorful in design. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Regularly Two for 5c PENCILS Dozen Regularly 39c NOTEBOOK BINDERS $1.49 Value! ZIPPER BINDERS PENCIL BOXES 2-3 Hole in Black 9Qo 25c Value! £vV NOTEBOOK Fancy Plaids FIL I- EBS — - 1,00 2 5e Value! 49c and 98c PENCIL TABLETS Each 19C Each 19C Utility Size All-Metal Waste Baskets ^^^^^M ^J ^^^^ Just the size and just the type waste basket for dens, bedrooms, student rooms, etc! Luge selection in fancy patterns. Buy several to equip your home for the season to come. Sturdy all- metal.

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