The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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FOWLERS A SMALL DEPOSIT Reserves and Holds The Coat of Your Choice From Fowlers Peak Selection. Around Algona Here you see yourself in Mary Lane's new concept of the fitted coat. Cashsuede . a blend of 10% cashmere and 90% wool, ingeniously manipulated into your softest, most feminine lines! 3-button midriff cinches your waist and boasts darts for fullness above ... a wide flare for swirling vastness below. Red, natural, dusty rose, avocado. Junior sizes 7 to 15. Choice of 100% woven wool interlining or insulated lining. FOWLER Special Purchase ORLON SWEATERS Regularly $4.95 298 WHILE THEY LAST I , . . Misses and Women's fine quality Dupont Orion sweaters . . . all new fall shades. Specially purchased! Walk a Flight Save 10% on CHILDREN'S WEAR 10% Discount on your total bill in Fowler's Children's Store. Second Floor. FOWLERS The Happy Birthday club had a picnic Friday afternoon at the Call State Park. —o— Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener spent Sunday at Britt where they visited Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey —o— Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz had as their guests Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and daughter, Connie, of Lone Rock . —o— Mr and . Mrs Marvin Calhoun entertained members of theit Couple Club at their home Wednesday evening. —o— W. A. Bartlett spent from Saturday until Wednesday in Chicago where he went on a business trip. Mr and Mrs Jack Buis spent the weekend on their farm neai' St. James, Minn. They have seen station managers of radio station KSMN. —.0— Dick, second son of Mr arid ytrs E. E. Robinson fell from his aicycle Monday afternoon and fractured his arm just above the elbow. —o— . Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and daughters spent the weekend at Shakopee, Minn, with Mrs MUekey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Blinkman. —0— Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee are expecting their son-in-law and daughter,. Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley and Jane and Tom of Lincoln, Neb. to arrive Friday for the Labor Day weekend. —0— Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Anderson of Grundy Center at their cottage at Clear Lake on Sunday. The Andersons art former Ringsted residents. —o— Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips spent the weekend in Des Moines attending the State Fair and visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson. —o— Mr and Mrs John Dreesman and daughter, Marilyn, went to Des Moines on Saturday to attend the State Fair. The son, Robert remained here with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Andy Gollmer. —o— The East Fork Chapter of the Izaak Walton League are meeting this evening, (Thursday) at the National Guard Armory. Justin Rogers of Spirit Lake will be present to present the chapter charter. —o— Mrs Beecher Lane took her rrio- ther, Mrs Nellie Harvey to her home in Manchester Saturday and remained for the weekend. Sh« was accompanied by Mrs Clara Pratt who visited her parents at West Union. Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow are the parents of a new daughter born Saturday evening at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Bessie Ellen for her grandmother. The Skows now have five daughters and two sons. Additional ,vo|unteers for Girl Scout leadership are needed. Anyone who can serve in this capacity should contact Mrs John Hopkins or Mrs Harlan Sigsbee. A leadership training course will be given Sept. 7, 9, 14 and 15 at the Methodist Church from 7 to 9 in the evening. —o— Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt of Fairmont, Minn, are parents of a son born Sunday evening. Ha weighed 5V4 pounds and has been named David Milton. There are two other boys in the family, Bob and John and grandmothers are Mrs Clara Pratt and Mrs Milton Dahl of Algona. The Eight Specs card club met last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Beecher Lane. Mrs George Stewart, Tucson, Ariz., Mrs Nellie Harvey, Manchester and Mrs Lester Johnson were guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Elizabeth Post, Mrs Milton Dahl and Mrs Doris Wilhelmi. .—o— Mr and Mrs Verle Elrnore are the parents of a daughter, Kristy Ann, born a week ago Monday at St. Ann hospital. This is their first child and also the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie. Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs MarK Elmore. —o— Rev.and Mrs M. L. Brower and family have returned from their annual month's vacation and are buck at the Presbyterian parsonage. Part of the time was spent at Holland, Michigan with Mrs Brower's father, they also visited Rev. Brower's mother and had a trip to Salt Lake City and Wyoming. Circles of the Presbyterian Women's Association are meeting this afternoon, (Thursday) Circle A at Mrs Gaylord Shumway's; Co-hostess, Mrs Halbert Long; Program, Mrs Alwin Huenhold. Circle B meets at the home of Mrs Willis Etherington; co-hostess, Mrs John Jennings; program, Mrs Elmer Cook. Circle C meets with Mrs Casey Loss; co-hostess, Mrs George St. John; Program, Mrs Ralph Brown. Circle D hostess is Mrs C. Redemske; co-hostess, Mrs Clara Pratt; program, Mrs Lyle Mathes. Circle E meets with Mrs W. Schultz; co-hostess, Mr? Clifford Etherington, program, Mrs A. E. Kresensky. Season Ends In County Pools Swimming pool activity in Kossuth came to an end for the season, this past week, as school and cooler Weather arrived about the same time. Algona's pool closed last week At Whlttemore, attendance wa» given as 20,500 for the season, with receipts amounting to a little over $2,000 according to James Duffy, about $500 more than a year ago. Mary Bormann and Eunice Maahs. assisted with poql management and supervision. Tom Neitzel and Mary Martini were also assistant*. At Wesley the pool closed Sunday. Billy Loebig guard, and Mrs Urban Neuroth and Beatrice Hildman were in charge of the bath house. Held Open House The Gurry Funeral Home at Bancroft held open house Sunday in celebration of the completion of a new addition to the firm's building. A total of 500 persons from Bancroft and surrounding towns registered during the day Hereford Field Day Set, Sept. 10 A gala "Hereford Fiefa, N Day" will be held on Saturday, Se£>t. 10, by the North Iowa Hereford Association, with the program taking place on the farms of two prominent Hereford cattle raisers of this area, and with a full slate of prizes being offered for the best cattle judging by men, wo Thursday, Sept. T, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper De« Mefne*-3 men and teen-agers. During the forenoon, the show will take place at the form of Joe Sknw, north of Wrsiey. For the noon break, a large machine shed on the Skow place is being turned over for picnic lunch, with visitors being asked to bring picnic baskets. Drink will be served free. Following lunch, the show will rnove to the P. M. Christensen. farm near Lone Rock, where the afternoon's festivities will take place. The clay's activities will show off some of the best Hereford beef in these parts, featuring both horned and polled cattle. 4-H boys in beef projects are especially invited to attend. . Skow is president for Kossuth County, IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Stock Up BIG WEEK-END COMING UP? in CONSUMERS Big Look What CONSUMERS Brings You Here! SALE 'MA BROWN' PICKLES All on .One Big Table Just To Right Inside Store Entrance. Old-Fashioned Dills Sweet Delicious Sweet Gherkins Hamburger Slices Those Famous "HOSTESS (LARGE SIZE) ANGEL FOOD CAK Don't Miss These - They're "HOT' HUNT'S (Heavy Syrup) NO. 2!/2 CAN for $ LIBBY'S (Sliced) FREE SAMPLES! All Day Saturday SWIFT'S PREMIUM Brown N' Serve NO. 2V2 CAN for$I SWIFT'S CHOPPED Pork Sausage BEEF *^ AN 1 cans $ ALL THESE OUT ON SPECIAL DISPLAYS (Fully-Cooked) 4 to 5 Servings In Each Pkg. HUNT'S BOTTLE CATSUP Ifc GALLON SIZE HILEX 49c THOMPSON (Seedless) GRAPES. 2 UK, 2k SUNKIST DOZ. ORANGES...J9c '• ^ _.f ^ ..'.:. ^ • • '••••-'• '. We Invite You To Shop Our Food Aisles For The Many UNADVERTISED Specials, Too! FOR CANNING ITALIAN PRUNES * 1.29 ALL SIZES Fry Chickens SKINLESS Wieners 3 us COOKED SALAMI HORMEL SPAM can mnr"7 /^n A /^i/imCf RITZ CRACKERb REGULAR 39c SIZE Robin Hood FLOUR 50-LB. BAG ALL-MEAT GROUND Beef 3ibs. 89cj Giant TIDE Canned Picnics • • box 3-LB. SIZE 1.98 THi WINNERS Each BEVERLY DIERS, Bancroft, was the winner of the 6-foot plastic outdoor swimming pool. MARY CARNEY, Algona, was the winner of the Charcoal Barbecue Grill. Watch For Next Week's Special Surprise i SUMERS SUPER MARKET

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