The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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<J -^-l-— ^ -^^^;:^:>.^%^^r^^i^^i%^^J«a lost Talked About Suit Line W7'i;£*/'l;S:-.' -.1 '• V r ",-._••. , . f } f , • • ^ 'jjjjji County! Her* Exclusively \v' .8 seen In SEVENTEEN Yes, September 15th • Wa* ; fell hat day and I haven't felt so happy for a 16ng fortg time^as i felt .on felt hat day when I, got out the felt hat and covered my hairless pate with it and even my bald pate felt better covered- by the felt :hat, so to speak. And there, were many other . gertj citizens who took on the felt hat in observance of felt hat season opening. Milt Norton;' told me that to him there just wasn't anything so perfect a pate coyer- ing as felt. And Jewell- Patterson said that he always looked forward to the day when he could take,of f, thai-straw and put on the felt* * * Henrr f HSiMs, :• o/ West •Bend, ysursd,rrfeHh'at%h|m and many'Othdft We'sV'B^ndVvcitizens thete fust Sttagrt't any pate/covetr ing • dam*bea^t:£; Je%l>Bt and that's how they.felt, Phil Kohlhaas observed; felt, hat day weat- ing his felt hat and he told me that he felt wearing; the felt was. a yearly '. pleasure occurrence because on account of he loved the feel,, of the felt hat. : Henry Stroebel, living eight miles-northeast of Algona',: came to town wearing his felt hat and he said he enjoyed every mile, of trie drive because of the' strong Wind settling his felt hat but he never lost it once, So to speak.' .'•',• ? nevvt,suit lit town ,• -and ifs electrifying the season! Straight as a stalk, its fresh signature a convertible cowl collar. Moordale's exclusive Flangora* by Botany, luxurious blend of 80% wool, 20% \ . CC All precious angora: ilipsticki Size! 13 __L—_~IU—- tW.UV REAP THE WANT ADS-—IT PAYS W. S. Shackelford .wore his felt covering, proudly and said that he only had the one' felt hat but tie felt comfortable and well covered under his felt hat..Tom Heed said -that he had worn his Eelt. hat every felt hat season tor a'long time and he just could not understand how any man who loved- good head covering and hair protection could get along without his felt, so to.speak. R; J. Leigh, of north of town, said he sure welcomed felt hat every year and he had always found and felt .that a felt head covering felt much more appropriate this time of year. And. Ray Irons proudly donned his felt hat on felt hat day and he said that ihe had always felt that a felt head covering-by;way of a felt hat was the sensible and proper thing for any man to follow, and Ray sure did have .a swell felt hat and'he looked good-in it, too. Fred McCarty told me that he just couldn't see any existence worth while if there was no wearing of a felt hat. He said that the felt over your fcair just felt right and perfect and he felt that the gent who felt that felt wasn't any .better-than straw sure was missing one of life's best head covering •'•. questions, .so to speak. , .••;-..• • ^Y. es, •• the weather has been miserably hot since felt hat day, last Thursday, and there were many gent felt hat owners who just didn't wear anything over Entirely-tucked silk taffeta, braid highlights:;, the oolite,; cuffs and - hipline ^of,v \lhts',, -,'= molded' IbngilorsO • afternoon ' dress, eV popular style in this fall's fashion parade. ,- ... /. fc«rfN>%«^rf<rf»/ «5f ; Set* ^Phi tnet Tuesafly ;eyenj Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs Eugene Zeflder.. ' ../' .:--. -. • -. ' Alice' . Mr arid Mrs Cipndbl Wood,* was baptlz&i recently at thfe Ptesby terian iChurchj 4 ' il^'r *.&i.'i*'-• :JM . 'ft 3 *-— A-j'.. ' •-• ; :" • MM"'CdieV« Bartoh entertained her Seeing v Club on Tuesday of last .Week. This, was the fifst meetlrfgvafter the, summer rdceSg, ' Mr and Mr* Don Shernia&.lakd childre>i went to WebsttrJ! Cit)r, Sunday, Sept. 11, wher* fhcly at-': tended.' the Boughten family : r«j, union.:' "• ii .' l : : . »' Mrs EUta Angle has gone to Seattle, Wash.,ta beiwith-Jiet sjsr ter who is ilj. the sister, is^thj, former .'Verla. rfiggins who. liveQ; here rflany years 'flgo. ', A- .j- Mrs Mabel L%e Bnteriaintid the Eight Specsj-card- club Wedries- day evening. Prizes were received by.' Mrs Clara Pratt, Mrs WJ. Sigsbee and Mrs Milton Dahl. moved to tneir;^e^liW6*i CM* ehbeifii. : ,•la, lr ''i^V.^]p(WS!l!K•^^j iMsMr PotlsBh ^ill"b:0 libtflriat), [•hiiy MB both fdrrner teachers in h¥ Algonjs schools. • ... •<< A* .'•-..«>•',' .**&*. . i- •• ."•:" •/.'•• * o«n. f » Y«rihai$afttted -hfttt*. rom Oakdale iteceWiy. for a week's visit with,his family.', AU KoughihiivCOriditfbii -^ tnudh; ifh* jrovea ! he'will hsVe to Return to he sarjitof ium for more treat* ment. „.,, chapter of Beta' Sigriia* Phi irtet Tuesday evening, Sept. 20, ,'ot the home « Mr! MitcW : Taylor. ^Thei-e was seeing on the dol) clothes pro* icTarid Mrs Harlan Sigsbee gave ie'prdgram. Larry, son of Mt and Mr* Mitch Taylor was five, years old on Sept'. '13, and' w'a$ 'h6riofee at 4 Birf HdaV party.'» ^Giibs'ts .were Craig• and Tommy Taylor,;Steven Voyles, .Picky. Klein, fatty Hopkins, Debra .Lee, Barbata Wicks arid his sisters, Lynn, Jeannle It's Open SeasonjFor Foot Flattery! xv.-.'.-r-x*:'.V'r.fW SS ; s*; : i r S^*¥ : i5sj:^ss|p% r'"-!.':'---!^ ffek-ilpl-WI:-'*^^^ ; ii^SK^^^^^^^^&MM^I^^^^^^^^^^^A their locks, so. to speak. ^; was one. reason -Why Ralph';- Miller strolled up i the; street mjrius head covering of any :kind."">But Ralph 'assured, me that/'he hafi> a felt hat and that he loved a-'felt hat and always .felt' that: feUTbri his pate was a credit in ajjftear' ance to him.,-'And I, agree with him because on accqunt'lof'Ralph really .hfcs good gent looks, hair- wise and otherwise, so ^o speak. Lawrence Winkel" told me that the reason he didn't'wear a "felt was because he believed in straw head covering up to Christmas, if the weather permitted it.. ..And, of course, there are' many other gents feel, .the same way about pate covering,'so"*to speak.. Yes, I wore my felt hat, and I'll keep on wearing it (until ear laps, become necessary, and' even then if ear laps could-be attached.. to the old felt I'm inclined to; believe I'd wear it. until April Fool's Day at least. I ve always felt that felt had a proper place in connection with the few hairs I have left on my skull and .so ; I stick with 'the ! felt because I ve always felt that felt felt better over my half dozen locks, so to peak, • , / It was Friday evening .that ;I did a bit of arithmaticing concerning traffic into Algona and o I parked and counted the cars which crossed the intersection of State and Phillips streets and He time was 7 o'clock and._it ust' seemed that all sorts 'of,folks were coming to Algona' because on ' account of in one -hour T counted 768 cars which came 'rom . the north and south '-arid ;urned west towards the loop.'Of course some of them were.prbbr ably- through traffic but it's a cinch that Friday evening .saw many cars because on account of the loop district parking- was simply over crowded. And from the north intersection of 169 and 18 I counted in 15 minutes after 8 o'clock 169 cars heading 'into Algona and so in an. hour that would mean 676 drivers'in the one hour. Even assuming that only half of these drivers stopped in Algona we would have between seven and nine o'clock a total of 2788 cars entering 'our town from' the' north and south 'and it's 'a cinch that at least two- thirds of those motorists were Algona visitors, so to speak; Morlow Reunion Held Sept. llth ' Lone Rock—The . annual Mar ow reunion was held Sunday lept. 11, at Willmar, Minn. Those from Lone Rock attend ng were Mr and Mrs Jame Marlow, Mr and Mrs Erich See gebarth, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Sausman, Mr and Mrs Donald Marlow, Sr., Mr and Mrs George Kissner and family, Dell Marlow Bob' Marlow, Mr and Mrs Mer vin Marlow and boys, Mr ana Mrs Lyle Marlow and Deann, Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow and Madonna, Mr and Mrs Harlan Marlow and girls, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and daughter, Sandru Marlow. < Those from Burt attending were Mr .and Mrs Hugh Marlow, Mrs Clara Marlow, Mr and Mrs Pershing Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow and family of LuVerne, Mr Albert Hut?h- inson of Bancrof^. There were 120 present. Udyard Gl On NATO Monsuvers i jvirs John Roberts j> »»•>•-••»»Ronald Taylor entertained "at--a stork shower Tuesday evening, Sept. 13, at the home of Mrs Roy berts. The honoree was.MM Jonn LuVi^I^^*' %*y* i Y3t,>. '-' i ; Mr arid Mrs Victor Fisher'are the parents of a son born wedi hesday, Sept. 7 at St. Afin,-hos i pital. He has bgen named Thomas Gene and he weighed 7 Ibs,, 10 oz. The Fishers also have two daughters, 1 " : Vicki''and' 1 Jane- Mrs A. E. Kresensky'and dau ghter, Alice.'wereiiri Sioux 'Falls, S. D. Thursday where they,5 attended ' funeral services for Mrs Kresensky's brother's wae,, Mrs J. M. Pettigrew. Alice left .from Sioux Falls for Wooster, Ohio to •esume her studies at the'College f Wooster. Colleen, nine year old daugh- er of Charles L,a,wson, • frapturec her right legiSept.ylO in a-bicycle accident. She 'will have -to .remain in bed at home for two weeks, after which it is thought he will be able to get about on ittitches. Colleen has a twin sis- ei-j Eilleen and they are in the ! o'urth-grade at Bryant. Mrs Leon Martin' was. hostess o the Ruth Circle of the Presby- erian church on Sept. 13. Assist- ng hostesses , were Mrs • Don lemmipgsen and Mrs James Ppt- er." 'Mrs Richard Burt present-! ?d' a book review. • ]Elect|o^ r; ,6f iff leers'-Was 'held', with r officers was 'held'.-with-^M?? -K.u?? ell Rehtzbe'ihg;- elected ;chalr,i nariV'Strs James ^Pdtterj ^q-Ch^ii i - • ._ . " TLJt^'j. -tS>.l- 'k.'ftrl etft^^if^4 n^rf- •' man;"Mrs.Don Asa, secretary ;- reasilrer; Mrs Don Herrimingsen and 'Mrs .Charles, Hardgroye^ >rograrn Tehairmen-and MPS"'WiU 1 Rienders, sfoyrce .chairman. SANDLER OF BOSTON adds some fancy dressmaker detail to a saucy Hat, calls it PIN-TUCK ... puts on elasticized grosgrain binding for a snug sweater-like fit... mates the whole delightful thing of softest suedes or smooth leathers. All this, and a sensible price, too! Price ^ 95 M: M daughtef is also Mrs George Stewart and Mrs W.JY'iSigsbee spent two days at 1 nkatBi Minn., where they dtiwieir pousin, Mrs Pearl rtgil* On Sunday Mrs Stewart '.left for her home in Phoenix, "Ariz. She accompanied Mr-iaaa Mrs C, L. Livingston. who weriij there on business . ti «.^ and Mrs Jerome Dunn ot Richtand, Wash, have been here, visiting the John Dunn and Geo.; Hobbs families. They flew from- their horhe to Minneapolis'where John Dunn picked them up. Upon io'hclusidfrof their visit here they flew from Minneapolis to Columbus, Ohio where they are visit-, ing- two' o.ther Dunn brothers, Joe and Chelsy at Waverly, Ohio. Several Algona couples went to' Des? Moines last weekend to attend ihe Kiwanis convention of the Iowa - Nebraska District Those attending from here for all or part of the time were Mr and Mrs W. A .Bartlett, Mr and Mrs .Lawrence Winkel ,Mr and Mrs iGlenn Graham, A. M. Quintard ''ahd Dr. and Mrs H. D. Meyer, Dr. Meyer is the District Lieutenant Governor. Willis Colwell and Dean Bilyeu left Friday .for a few days 'fishing- trip to northern Minne- t3 > Mr aVid Mrs N. A. Best had as their overnight guests .last week Mr' 1 and- Mrs -Harold Knoop and daughters, Lynette and Sh'eryll p'f Drakesytlle. Mr Knoop was formerly. ' ciistodian at the Call park - : here fend ' holds - a similar position :-qt Lake ,-Wapelo. They were on their way to .Sioux City. <• ADVERTISING tin the De« Moinei Jreacneo more families 'to Kpssuth county than ottier • • CUT-UP , in our pretty SCISSOR CAP \ THE NAMil YOU KNQW-THi SHQiS YOU lOVi 4TH £>IV.. GfRMAflY--Army Specialist Third Class Gerald A. Manthei, 22, son of Mr and Mrs John M. Manthei, Ledyard,-recently completed a series of summer training exercises held by the 4th Infantry Division in Germany- The "Ivy" division's summer maneuvers were part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organ.iza lion's preparedness for the de fense of Western Europe. Manthei, who was graduated frorri Ledyard Consolidated High School in 1951, is a message center chief in Headquarters Battery of the division's. 4?d F«}<J Artillery Battalion. He was a repairman |or the Collins Ra4io Co. ia'jE^dftr Bspids before ent«rin« tha Arsny. So petite! So lov«ly . . . bwquw p«r little Scl««r Cop I* styled of rcoth«tri» - • • «prinkM with dqinty rhlnettonM , . . cleverly tovehed with veil, yes, a wonderM collection of feother eap» In white, pink, ice, blue, bei$»e, Wo«k, «nd many ether colorf. Just YOU'LL lOVIj OMALLI In The New Nl Fashions Now On Display at- SOITS • "Charcoal tones" — ranging from almost ,& deep }?* black through all the rancf- es' of greys", tans;'browns and blues, and from dark ' to light, is the/big color news in men's suits this fall. Truly masculine shades, the new "charcoal lobes" are distinctively flattering wh.en worn with the new contrasting men's wear accessories. • Style experts favor the easy- to*wear two button single- breasted model • this fall, tailored* with an'easy drape. • New longer, narrower lapejs, which! enhance a man's appearance. '....'.'. "'• It is further predicted that men will glory in the Hub s new fall suit selections, at modst,prices. /• TOPCOATS • New coat styling favors the easy-to-wear, casual looking raglan shoulder ,coat, fuU-bodied In cut. • Ne'wi.cbat fabrics are both rough and smooth -* with th* tweed-like fabrics getting the'ttod^om style experts.;-. •:.;.'..,. ; ._.. . • New boat colors are in far" ored shades of brown, grey, ;tan "and blue — with many : "mixtures", being shown. . • Fabrics sure truly "all weather"— providing a true all- season coat/ The' tion; U/'top" ; new ,coat selec- HATS • Men's hats have re- received new styling, with newly - shaped crowns and smaller brims'. ' • Rich .shades of grey, brown and tan — in ' deft .variations that ! permit a man's choice of his own most flattering shade. • The Hub has a complete hat stock in the new oval-shapes that insure perfect hat fit. ACCESSORIES • Paced by the new past«i;»Wrt» offered by Van Heusen. m?n's wear ac- ceisorieft present a complete new ftory. e Shades of inint. pink, gold and coral are offered in shirt* an,dtief to set off the new charcoal tones in suite• • The Hub presents the fall "accessories story" »n a full slate of shirts, ties, socks, and other new men's wear items. Famous Brands At the HUB! Mkhoels-Stern AlpngoTfl Topcoat* Van Heu»en Shirt* Superbo Ne«kwear Interwoven Soek* Dobb*Ha(s Freeman Shoe* t McGregor Sportswear • Swank Jewelry * Wembley Ties t Samsonite Luggage t Coopers Jockey Underwear WILLIAMS

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