The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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Tuesday, Match 13, 19S6 Afgona (la.) Upper Oes Motnes-3 Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Wednesday night, Mar. 14, at the Moose Hall at 7:45 p.m. All officers are urged to be present. Mis Carlson Hostess Mrs E. B. Carlson entertained the members of her Bridge club Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Ted Larson and Mrs G. D. Brundage. First Bapilist Women Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday, Mar. 15 for an all day session. Mrs Cliff Reibhoff will bt- in charge of the dinner and devotions will be given by Mrs Clarence Priebe. Martha Circle To Meet The Martha Circle of the First Lutheran church meets Thursday afternoon, Mar. 15 with Mrs Wm. M. Anderson, 512 Chubb street. The Sarah Circle meets with Mrs H. A. Norman, 417 E. Lucas st. Methodist Circles Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday afternoon, Mar. 15 as follows — Jan., with Mrs W. G. McCullough; Feb., Mrs Ed Blumer; Mar., Mrs Milton Norton; April, Mrs Melvin Olson; May, Mrs L. L.. Riter; Sept., Mrs Murl Potter; Oct., Mrs William Runchey; Nov., Mrs C. St. Joe Team * • Honored At Banquet Mar. 6 Si. Joe—St. Joseph's Athletic banquet was held Tuesday eve., March 6, in the school hall with a large number in attendance.' The hall and tables were decorated in the basketball colors,' blue and gold with flowers and candles as table center pieces. Rev. Leo. C. Schumacher was master of ceremonies, with Vince Meyer of St. John's School of tiancroft as the guest speaker. Rev. S. A. Grady of Humboldt, Rev.. Charles Ernst of St. Benedict and Coach Tom Place of Humboldt also gave short talks. Awards were presented to the basketball team by Coach Place with Rev. Schumacher presenting awards to the cheer leaders. Roger Sinnwell, senior, gave a short talk in behalf of the players and a gift was presented to Tom Plflce and Bernard Thilges in appreciation of. their time and effort spent with the boys. Several musical selections were given by the Berte Trio. The committee in charge of the dinner arrange'ments was Margaret Reidmiller, Mrs Ernest Gales, Mrs Alvin Erpelding, Mrs George Foth, Mrs David Bernhard, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mrs Fred Illg and Mrs Richard McKenna. SC. of C. Me/t K. of C., St. Joseph's Council held their regular monthly meeting Monday evening at 8 p.m. in the K. C. Club rooms. Rev. S. A. Grady of St. Mary's Parish in Humboldt was guest speaker. The Council presented Rev. Leo C. Schumacher with a check of $325 for St. Joseph's Athletic Fund. A pancake-sausage supper is planned for guest night, to be held Thursday evening, March 15, in R. McQuiston; Dec., Mrs A. A. Sterling. ' Birthday Party Mrs Jarries Whittemore gave a party Saturday afternoon honoring the 12th birthday of her daughter Brigetta. Those in attendance were Barbara Brandow, Sandra Cook, Jo Ellen Milder, Mary Misbach, Carol Richman and Susan Schultz. They attended the matinee and afterward had refreshments. Women's Fellowship Circles of the Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday afternoon, Mar. 15 as follows — Circle 2, with Mrs V. L. Gunder. Circle 3, with Mrs Ethel Morgan. Circle 1 will meet Thursday evening, March 20, with Mrs Lloyd Bohannon a'ssisted by Barbara Haggard, Mrs George Naylor and Mrs 'Leon Laird. • Twins Birthdays Mrs Richard Norton gave a : party Sat! afternoon honoring the 8th birthdays of her twin daughters Lynn and Leslue. Guests were Jane Andrews, Judy Bickert, Gayle Bartholomew, Ann Bohannon, Barbara Dewel, Judy Egel, Evelyn Ferguson, Linda Fredericks, Gloria J6seph, Ruth Ann Legler, Jean Milder, and Lark Whittemore. the K. C. Club rooms, by the -local council. The committee in charge of guest night will be Mike Stqffel, Raymond Kohlhaas, Peter Kirsch, Nicholas Weydert, Sylvester Wagner, Norbert Friders and Franklin Wagner. C. D. A. To Meet' C. D. of A., Court St. Joseph, will hold their regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening, Mar. 14 in the school hall following Lenten Devotions. Mrs Frank Reding, grand regent, will preside at the meeting. A religious program will follow the meeting with the following committee in charge: Mrs ' Ralph Kenne, Mrs Reinald Salz, Mrs Vernon Kramer, Mrs Alvin Lenertz, Mrs Willie Thilges and Mrs Francis Erpelding. No lunch at tnis meeting. C. D. A. Court Comniunion Sunday is to be Sunday, March 18. Yvonne Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Kohlhaas, had her tonsils and adenoids removed in St. Ann hospital at Algona on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Raphael Faber are parents of a son born March 4 in St. Ann Hospital at Algona. Mr and Mrs George Bormann of New^ Hampton are maternal grandparents und Mr and Mrs Math Faber of here are paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Willie Becker are parents of a daughter born Mar. 4 in St. Ann hospital at Algona. Mrs Ben Kunkel of St. Benedict is maternal grandmother and Mr and Mrs Tony Becker of here are paternal grandparents. AT AUCTION A 95 year-old stone schoolhouse was put up for auction near Monticello; the Lovell No. 2 building. Collapse of a wall last fall led to the decision to sell the structure, may be a probe into "shady" RETIRES At New Hampton, August Klatt has retired as assistant cashier, after 42 years with the bank there. Sili'l "*M "MAN . . . LOOK AT THAT WHAMMY EIGHT CONVERTIBLE!" If you've found the ear of your dreams, it will pay you to look into our Auto Finance service. Terms arranged for your convenience. And not only do you get the benefit of bank rqtes, but when the loan is paid you own more than an automobile - you have A-l Bank Credit Rating. Safe Confidential Accommodating IOWA HTATH Algona Member FDIC Iowa FOWLERS BEAUTY SALON is at your service when it comes lo "looking beautiful" for spring and Easterl All beauty services expertly •done at modest prices. For appointment, telephone 144. Look your very very best this Easier season! in FOWLER FASHIONS "Betty Rose" Spring Coats The deep-textured look of "Lampl" Easter Ensembles' "woven cashmere", luxury- So new and so modestly loomed exclusively for Betty priced i skirt< jacket and Rose, highlights the slim- blouse in Lamp r s rich rayon tapered coat pictured above. line n-weave, all to match and Noteworthy is its new collar, give you that smart "Easter It's one example of Fowler's look". Also Kay McDowell's new coat fashions now on matching jacket and skirt _'".....__ $29.95 Sr^Sv? .„.-• $15,95 A. S. Fine Easter Suit Classics No one turns out a smart unlined suit better than A. S. Fine . . . they have that slimming, slenderizing way about them, and the fabrics are always top caliber. Shorter jackets, gently bloused jackets on some, and truly slim skirts $24,95 "Graceful Modes" Spring Dresses Shown above is a bolero ensemble in a winning spring shade, linen-weave fabric, featuring a new neckline. Many other Easter frocks here 1 at Fowlers in feather-weight fabrics und printed crepes, in sixes and styles C I Q OR for all women V I %J«3»O (Other Dresses From $10.95) Perfect "Accessory Coats" For Wear So Many Ways $22.50 up Just about hip length, sliinly tapered and many with belt or pockel or tab detail to accent hipline, many with seam detailing that sets them apart as "new". Fabrics mostly all in the lightweight division, so you can combine such a "topper" with a skirt and blouse und really have a bo.xy suit. (Pictured at right) New "Lampl" Two-Piece Ensemble of Polished Cotton Print Dress With Linen-Weave Redingote Lined With Same Print as Dress. A stunning Fashion _ $29.95 at FOWLERS iSS^^S'-V: ^P:.; V" ^..V*Nfe3*? ' ••«fV:™ ; .;;V.f^\ ' •• * .::''•' '••iVI^x'Sv ; :*4s They're making spring fashion news! . . . these captivating Easter "bonnets" now at Fowlers! They answer your desire for something really NEW! Featherweight straws, textured s t r a w weaves, and frothy fabrics, often combined for greater impact. Wear them poised nt your hairline, you'll be smart! Come and see and them on.$2.98 $7,98 EASTER Accessories at FOWLER'S t,. HANSEN C! LOVES are the very "lops" lor Easter wear! That's because they are made like no other gloves, have detailing und styling of no other gloves, and come in neat fabrics or the new nylon »J I ft pigskins. q» I «3 to $2,93 EASTEH HANDBAGS — true harbinger of spring! In rich leathers color - eordinated to complete your festive apparel picture. Can be matched almost exactly lo suit or dress, or can be chosen lor brilliant contrast. Many different si/.es ^^$2,98 to $5.98 COS.TUME JEWELRY — dozens and do/ens of new pieces just unpacked to "spark" your Easter costume. Fins, clips, ear rings, necklaces — and stunning new while <"' bronze ft I AQ jewelry V I ,*IO to Girls 4 to 14 Easter Coats Smart new coats that borrow a lot of their' "class" from grownup styles . . . with a fullness in back, and many with seaming details. Luscious new pastel tones that speak of a "young spring". See them at Fowlers! Si/us •1 to 14. $9,95 CURLS ENSEMBLES consisting of jacket ;in<l skirt with smartly c o n I r M s t i n K print blouse, in rayon linen weave that is so talk- rd-ubout this spring. Di.eptone colors for ....$10.95 Others ?ii.!l!! to $7.95 She'll Look Good Enough to "Eat" in These Kate Greenaway and Cinderella EASTER DRESSES $2.93 Others S3.98 io $7.95 To Fowlers, Kale (iivc naway and Cinderella have sent fur F.aster "yuiini: fry" dn sses that Jook, in many eases, as I'uigile as orchids, but will stand up .-turdily even with tomboy weai'. Dainty llorals, I'ine cheek.;, gav riots and bright color themes are the fashion themes that youn^ glamour girls will set ol'f iinai'tly in the Easier parade! FOU'I.EKS ClilLDKICNS STOKE SECOND FLOOR Fowler's Fashions IE SALUTE THE GIRL SCOUTS ON THEIR 44th ANNIVERSARY

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