The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1956
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f ow, ' 100'rNYlQN GIFT SLIPS With perfectly scrumptious all-Nylon lace at bodice and at bottom ... a slip that is fat mo*e wondrous than its low price tags I Bodiform tailoring thai means slenderizing fit, In pure white OR in a stunning RED shade that is heart-pleasing for Valentine's Day! All sizes Cobbler Aprons Tailored in the style of a shoemaker's apron . . . with catch- an big pockets, and in some very special patterns, including red and gold. $1.98 -$3,96 Sleek, Trim, Smart SPRING HANDBAGS $1.98-3.98 Smart cupids will choose for her one of these fresh-looking pastel leather bags ... in pouch, envelope or clutch style ... or perhaps one of these ver.y new and very stunnina Patent handbags. They're all so very NEW I . In W,hile Pig Nylon HANSEN GLOVES $1.98-2.98 Fowlers will just love to show these spectacular Hansen gloves . . . 'sparkling white pig nylon, which has Ihat "pigskin" look and feel. Others in fabric, in white and a range of pastel colors and smart black. Multi-Color Spring COSTUME JEWELRY $1 up • Bronze, gold, multi-color — scads of itl So many new and tricky pieces lo choose froni in • ear rings, clips, pins, necklaces, etc. Me **, her heart with a lovely Fowler box of jewelry — which can be chosen here at small cost, yet looks elaborate 1 HANDKERCHIEF Of The Month 59c Swiss-style hankies made up specially for Valentine's Day — with decorative red hearts, so lacy in texture. A Fowler feature. Also many others in all types of hankies. MOJUD NYLONS The Magic-Motion Stockings That F-UT! 1.35 All new for Spring — in sheer weave, lets you bend and dance and be active, without f ' ruining stockings. Low in price, too. for top quality nylons! FOWLER FEATURE — 3 Pairs Mojud Nylon Hose in gift box with a RCA-Victor Record tied on, teaturing about a dozen "big-time" orchestras 0Q AC in latest rhythms - VwiiWi In Fowlers Childrens Store Lots and lots of gay suggestions for the children on Valentine's Day, February 14th! Things for the wee ones and things for the big ones. We have a full line of famous CARTER'S items for infants and tiny tots, the items you know so well. Also, a new assortment of Cinderella and Kate Greenaway frocks for little qirls on up. You'll find Valentine Day thrillars for the children in Fowlers Childrens Store! Mrs Walter Schildknecht spent Friday at Ernmetsburg with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder had Dave Davis of Detroit, Mich., as guest Thursday. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman spent last week Sunday at.Fen- ton with Mrs Lo,wman's mother, Mrs Katie Schrader. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hasty had as guests Sunday" their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs' Paul Swearing of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Donald Hammer were dinner guests Sunday at the parental, Mr and Mrs John 'Hammer's. ' Mr and Mrs Oscar Henijes had their son-in-law tmd daughter, Mr and Mrs Merle Bilyeu of Garner as dinner guests Sunday. Coleen, daughter ol Charles Lawson had been, sick the -past several days with a throat infection. Mr and Mrs Max Bast were visited Friday by their son-im law and daughter, Mr and Mrt Burton Varcoe and family ol Ernmetsburg. . Leslie McErnoe returned Saturday from, a month's stay at Loxley, Alabama, where he at- lencieu iuneraJ services tor his father on January 7. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson have as guests, Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson of EatP Claire, Wis. Other guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fenton. Mrs Anna Hillenga had as dinner guests Sunday her brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson and daughters Janice and Janet of Garner. Mr and Mrs V. L. Gunder spent the weekend at Ames with Mr Gunder's sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Harold Ellis and Mr and Mrs G. J. Stookberry. Mr and Mrs C.-E. Zaugg went to Sioux City Sunday to visit their daughter Marita, a student nurse at St. Joseph school of nursing. Mrs Clark Orion has been in Des Moines the past several days visiting her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Arden Orton and family. Mr and Mrs C. C. Zaugg attended the funeral services at Monterey last mid-week for Leo Hogan, 64, uncle of Mrs Zaugg who had been in ruttier good health for some time. .Mrs, Lucille Zerfass is doing substitute teaching for Mrs Robert Stephens won is sick with 1 hepatitis. Mrs Stephens is fifth grade teacher in the Bryant school. Marvin Dearchs, son of Mr and Mrs C. E. Dearchs and Kenneth Potter, son of'Mr and Mrs Carol Potter left for San Francisco, Calif., via Des Moines last week having enlisted in the navy. Mrs Orville Wicks took her daughter, Barbara, to Mason Cit\ Friday to consult Dr. Sartor. Fortunately there is nothing seriously wrong and only slight medication was necessary. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman were visited last week Sunday by Mr and Mrs Irwin Umnmols 01 Fenton. Later in the day the Luwmans and their guests visited Mrs Rebecca Lowman. Mrs Martin Becker was at Lu- Vcrne last week with her daughter, Mrs Thees Schnakenberg who was sick with mumps. The entire family hcd been sick with them previously. Larry Eugene, infant son of Mr and Mrs John Groen, was ban• ized Sunday, Jan. 22 in thi- Trinity Lutheran church, the Rev. Luther Loesch officiating. Sponsors were Elma Wolter and Richard Groen. Mr and M/s Don Biersledt spent last week Sunday at Lorn Rock with the former's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs C, Bell- rends. The evening was spent w.ith Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell. Bob Wheeler of Oklahoma, who has been making his home here left January 10 for Camp Parks. Calif. Dennis Beitz also left loi the same camp Dec. 21i. Thi wives of the men plan to join them in April. Twelve schools took part in debating at Mason City Saturday. The team from here was in attendance and is composed ol Barbara Bourne, Cheryl Vander- Waal, Dick Vipond ;md Davic Phillips. Mr and Mrs Robert Leininger ;pent Sunday at Lone Rock and were supper guests of Mrs Leininger's parents, Mr and Mrs Jess Volentine. Saturday they were •it Whittenuire with the parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Leininger. Cheryl VanderWaal is going tc Cedar Falls to visit her sister, Jacqueline, a student there and will attend "Play Day" Sat. The parents, Mr and Mrs M. L. Van- derWaal plan to go there and biing her home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ld Hagg and Lenore drove to Mason City Friday to meet the other daughter Dorothy who came from CecUir Falls to spend the weekend here. She is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college. During her recent sickness Mrs Agnes Laidley has been at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl She has recovered sufficiently tu return to her apartment at Mrs Tilla McCall's. Mr and Mrs Robert Bickert and daughter Judy were at Lincoln, Nub., last week and wc-re guesb of Mrs Bickert's parents, Mr and Mrs Curtis Jacobsen. While- there Judy had her tonsils and adenoids removed at St. Elizabeth hospital. Mr and Mrs Alton Hochleau are parents of a daughter born Thursday, Feb. 2 at St. Ann hospital. She weighed seven and three- fourths pounds and has been named Kristine Lee. Mrs Rocii- leau is the, former. Sharon Putz. Mr and Mrs J. F. Hofius went to Mason City Tuesday where Mrs Hofius had a check-up at Park hospital. She had major surgery several weeks lago'for a stomach ailment, and is making very good recovery. Mr and Mrs Erman Haitsen had as dinner guests Sunday theil son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen. In the afternoon ice cream and birthday cake was served in observance of the sixteenth birthday of the senior Hansen's daughter Ida May. Mr and Mrs Glen Hildebrand were dinner guests Sunday of the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Clifford Ringsdorf. The son Richard Ringsdorf was also there having spent the weeeknd here. He returned to Mason City Monday where he attends the Hamilton Business college. Mr and Mrs W. A. Knoll have been visited by their daughter, Mrs George Sears of Ostrander, Minn. She went from • here to Lone Rock to visit her brother and sister-in-law,- Mr and Mr:William Knoll and will leturn here fof a further visit. Mrs Knoll Sr. suffered a stroke Jan. 5 but is up and around and making good recoveiy. Mr and Mrs Wall*? Mcfiride and sons Carl, Dale and Don went to Des Moines last week Sunday s to attend the auto show at the Veterans Memorial auditorium. They stopped in Ames for church services. CarlfWill be graduated this spring and plans to enter the college at Ames in the fall. Julia Ann Bourne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne spent the weekend here with her parents. She had attended the anniversary dance at Drake university, Des Moines, and came here Saturday. On Sunday she went to Mason City and left via Rocket for Northfield, Minn., to resume her studies at Carlton college. Dean, year old son of Mi and Mrs Roger Anderson has been sick with three day measles. Shirley Lowman, a student at Broadlawns school of nursing in Dos Moines, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. It was her between semester vacation. Vernon Hagg, son of Mrs Geo. Miller, has been discharged from the Air Force and Monday enrolled at the "University of Iowa at Iowa City. "He is taking a course in business administration. He had been in service four years. Dec. 7 he flew to Christ's Church, New Zealand, with a cargo to be placed in the Artartica "deep freeze" and was gone till mid- January. He was captain of the plane. Mr and Mrs Glen Jones went to Lake Park Sunday to attend the funeral services for; Mrs Cora Sfapleton, 95, grandmother of Mr Jones and mother of Mrs Bessie Jones. Mrs Jones and her sister, Miy Mayme Bever of Milford had been with the mother for somf time. Mr and Mrs Jarnes Letts of Des Moines, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs Bessie Jones, were also in attendance. Mrs StVipleton will be remembered here by many as she had frequently visited her daughter here. Playlet Planned By St. Ann Unit Members of the 'St. Ann hospital Auxiliary will- witness the premier of the playlet, "You Look Ghastly, Gertie," when it is presented on Monday, Feb. 13, at 2 p.m., at the auxiliary room at the hospital, by a star-studded cast. Author of the playlet is Mrs Harlan Sigsbee, Algona's widely read columnist, better known as "Grace." Mrs M. G. Bourne will direct the play and also serve as narrator. The setting is a hospital room where Mrs Fairly Average, portrayed by Mrs Jerry Donovan, is a patient. She is suffering from a severe case of epizoodic. Her nurse is Mrs A. F. Agena. Among Mrs Average's visitors are Mrs Laura Loquacious and Mrs Glendora Glum, played by Jhose well-known Thespians, Mrs Helen Mikes and Mrs L. S. Bohannon. Mrs James Kolp has the role of Perfect Visitor. In addition to the play, there will be a talk by the hospital superintendent, Sister Alary Etheldrcda, entitled "Your Hospital Dollar." ' Progra'm Chairman, Mrs Luke Linnan, and members of her committee, Mrs Joe Bradley and Mrs Robert Bickert, selected the cast for the playlet. The social committee, headed by Mrs Craig Smith, will be in charge of the tea. Announcement is made of the appointment of Mrs Louie Leu;-, as chairman of the sewing committee, with Mrs George Harris her co-chairman. Rebekahs To Meet The Rebekah Lodge will meet Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall. We're realty excited about the new selections in Spring blouses . . . and your valentine will be, too, when she opens a gift i SPRING BLOUSE ( :• by Ship 'n Shore — New Era — Seventeen — Peter Pan = » " == $ There are so many new styles/fabrics, colors and pat- ferns . . . fhis year. and the new ''no iron" feature! are tops | Tuesday, Pebruarv 7, 1956 Algeria do.) UPP»f Pi* NSUMERS Specials! On Sale Wednesday & Thursday ! DEAR FOLKS! On the big Ham special for the 'EAT MORE POftK' campaign last week. We SOLD OUT our stock Of Ut grade Hams, and had to take orders which we are now filling. We also ordered an extra stock of these Ham beauties for folks who want 'em. These Hams, at the county-wide price of 47c Ib. are the BEST we have seen. We were sure surprised on this "EAT MORE PORK" campaign . . it just proves thai when you offer people a quality product they go for it. We'll have the second week's ."Pork Special" on sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, too . . . Premium Bacon, sliced and wrapped, for 39c Ib. Be sure to get some! AIL SELECT CClTS CUDAHY'S FANCY BEEF ROAST, Lb. 39 ARMOUR'S STAR SHORT SHANK Picnics Ib. CUDAHY'S FANCY ROUND OR SWISS Steak Ib. Our Best Selection Yet For The Price! to 10.95 1 She'll love the ever popular Pendlefon Jacket or Skirt A shipment of new patterns just arrived. Gorgeous color combinations and solids that make your eyes sparkle. She'll always be delighted with one or both. Smart, Attractive ACCESSORIES We've a vast array of new spring costume ^ jewelry that's tops on $'; the gift list. Gloves - Handbags Aprons — Scarfs Handkerchiefs Billfolds — Sweaters — Lunch Sets Bath Sets And Many More sr I II The famous "Belle-Shar- meer" hosiery in our greatest selection of new spring shades. And, too, our new, popu- lart Hanes Seamless Hosiery i FRESH - LEAN - TOP TASTY GROUND BEEF IBS- FOR 79* CUDAHY'S FANCY SIRLOIN OR T-BONE EFSale SEE OUR <-wui ^^ y "v SHOWING New Spring SUITS - COATS - DRESSES Shop Now For Best Selection! !12s*«?0ffllliiM*fin^ fflllllWHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM CUT & WRAPPED FREE Hinds Lb. EXTRA - EXTRA - EXTRA RED CROIX BARRETT T/i CAN PEARS....... for $1 SLICED HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE TASTY RIPE 2V4 CAN 3 for \\ 2'/2 CAN APRICOTS SHOP WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY AT CONSUMERS We Give S & H Green Stamps

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