The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1956 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1956
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BIRD SPECIAL" 9:00 A.M, to lOiOO A.M. ONLY Dresses 2 ^r $0 Each and eVery dress is a REGULAR $8.95 to $14.95 Value!" Excellent assorfmerif of sizes and styles, Bring a friend to take the other dress! One hour only ~ — THURSDAY! •rr ARLY BIRD FRIfcAY - *00 A.M. t6 10:00 A;M. ONLY Bath Towels 3for79c CANNON quality towels !• Jumbo balji sizes. Decora, tor colors. Each towel is a REGULAR qSc\ VALUE 1 Buy a half dozen at least. One hour only—FRIDAY 1 BIRD ' JAtURPAY - frOO A.M. to lOjOO A.M. ONLY Girls Sweaters I I Values in these sweaters from $1.98 up io $4.501 Some, slightly soiled, biit will wash easily. Wools, nylons, cottons. Pastels and fancies. Sizes 8 io 14. One hour only — SATURDAY I "IT'S OUR BIRTHDAY-BUT YOU'RE fiiTTIliTHE PRES ENTS!" SHORT COATS BETTY ROSE-RICEMORE- ' *?• -•,!% SHORT COATS — WERE SHORT COATS — WERE NOW ^ .~f 1 $22.95....... ..... 15.95 J\ SHORT COATS — WERE SHORT COATS — WERE $24.95 SHORT CO $29.95 SHORT CO $34.95 SHORT COATS — WERE NOW. 15.95 NOW 19.95 NOW 22.95 Offering for F.owlers Anniversary Sale an excellent size range for misses and women — lovely new colors — and the mosl stunning nqw shortie coat styles. W L E R S ALL FAMOUS MAKES LONG COATS - WERE $29.95...... IQNP COATS - WiRi $34.95 NOW 22.95 NOW 25.95 COATS - W6Ri NOW $39.95',......; ..... -29.95 thf most Ittraptive and most be^^ti*u|ly-s|ylfd |<?ng coats from tbsise ffmous ?9,M nfaJfsirs.. .{. in lusfflpus n«w Iff| shades . . .in »i?es for and women at ,special fowjer Anr4v«|ary faje |*Ving,J S-P-E-C-I-A-L-S Take/ These Remarkable Savings Now Hav,e Your Work Done Anytime Between Now and May 15th Besides giving you some really extraordinary savings in Fowlers Beauty Salon — we are making it easy for you io take advantage. For any of the work below, at special Anniversary reduced prices, you may purchase an Anniversary certificate'now. 'Then- you may' have 'you* work done anytime between now and May 15th, at these special prices. Take advantage! Hair Treatment Regular $4.50 Value Our farnous Cholestrol Hair Treatment, with •lectric cap. including hair trim, shampoo and wave set. It's our regular $4.95 treatment, known to so many women. Get your Anniversary certificate now, and have your treatment between now and May 15th. $10 JD Permanent Wave Our Regular $10.00 Wave 6.95 Our regular *10.00 Permanent at thia very spe- ciet Ann;v«rsary saving! Qet yqur Anniversary certificate now, and have your wave any time ^ between now and May ISth. ' LADIES HAIRCUTS 75c Chijdrens 50c You can haw your dpne now at theae versary savings in Fowlers geayiy §)>op -r or bay* U done at th«»e prices anytime between pow and M*y you get y.9Ui sary certificate Tuesday, April 24, 1956 Algeria (In.) Upper De« Motnoi~5 Mother-Daughter Banquet Held At Ledyard Church Ledyard — Lflst Wednesday evening ladies of the Rosnry Society of the Sacred Heart-church served their annual Mother- Daughtei' banquet in the hall. Girls of the parish were waitresses, and about 150 guests were served. Mrs AdoJph Hatten was in charge of the following program: Prayer — Father Bernard Montag. Welcome — Mrs Hatten. Tribute to Daughters by Mrs Cyril Miller. Response — Ann Miller. Song by a girls group consisting of Marilyn and Denise King; Rita Haag, Madonna Sullivan, Lavonne Green and Dolores Doocy accompanied by Mrs Ver- hon Haag. Introduction of the Speakers — Rev. Mqntag.. , ( . Address by lit. Rev. Monsignor A. J. Breen of Holy Family in Mason City. Taik and two piano numbers by Father Reed also of Holy Family. • >• * f: •;. Vocal solo by Rita Garry accompanied by Mrs Harold Inglct. Introduction of LI. Col. Audrey Underkofler of the U.S.' Army who gave a brief greeting to th'o group. Closing remarks — Mrs Hatten. Thanksgiving by Rev. Montag. Lt. Col. Audrey Underkofler, who is stationed at St. Louis, and who has been , visiting at the home of her sister and family, the Harold Clafks of Bancroft, visited with friends here on Wednesday everting. Audrey graduated from the Ledyard high school and later from 'Iowa State teachers college in Cedar Falls. 5he is a niece of Mrs Jack Mo 3onald. , 20ih Anniversary Mr and Mrs Milton-Farrow celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April 15th. The fallowing guests attended: Vtr • and Mrs Ted Thilges and amily, Lakota; Mr and Mrs Steve 3 owers and family from Elmore; Mr and Mrs Dave Farrow and :amily from Ledyard; Mr unci VIrs Marvin Elman and \family Forest City; Mr and Mrs Mike Muldoon and Johri of Janesville Minn.; Vince and Lawrence Govern of Titonka; Margaret Murphy of Lakota and Louise Farrow o Grant. Signs To Teach Natalie Hardt, a graduate o Ledyard Consolidated Schoo will graduate from Mankat Teachers College June 1. Sh has signed a contract for the coming y,ear at Mountain 'Lake, Minn., where she. will'teath''4th grade. Natalie is the daughter of Mrs Zilphy Hardt. 34 Vehicles To New Owners Past 2 Weeks New car and truck sales in Kossuth Co, remained at a low level (luring the past two'weeks, with only 34 registered in the county treasurer's office. New owners are: Ford — Central Inwa Telo- nhohc Co., pickup, Swea City; Farmers Elevator, pickup, Titonka; Leigh ton Misbach, Algona; Lyle Schipull, Irvington; Clair Hildman, Wesley: Kenneth Bates, Alsona; Anna M. Hamilton, La- koto; G. P. Hawcolt, Burl; V. E. Sleper, Algona; Leroy Lau, Algona; and Kathryn Larson. Titonka. Chevrolel •— Bocd Hdvve., pickup, Titonka; Marion Stucki. Fenton; J. A. Hauptman, Wesley; Wesley Auto Co., Wesley; John or Amy 'Boehm, Titonka; L. D. Busch, Ledyard; R. A. Rohlin, Swea City; M. T. McGuire, Bode; A. W. Boyken, Titonkn: Wilbur Asche. Lakota; Paul and Ruth Kro.mingn, Tjtonka; and Mike Arend, Burl. Buick — Mrs Esther I. Peterson. Titonka; Harry Slauffucher, jiiVerne; Emil Frank. Fenton; nd Marvin L. or Margie Owens, "wea City. Plymouth — Joseph Sinnwell, 3odc; Charles or Flora Eggerth, Swea City; and Marcoll Reding, \lgona. Pontiac — Earl L. Loss, Irving- Dodge — Ernest Mueller, Fenon. oludebakor — Algona Plbg. nd Htg., Algona. Mercury — Domhardt Bros., llmorc. , ... P'vmouih — P. W. Brusie, Al- ;ona. Inlornalional — Western Buyers, Algona. Kenneth Johnson Returns To Duty Kenneth H. Johnson left April 4th for San Francisco/ after spending 14 days with his par- ( ents, Mr and Mrs Ted Johnson, Kenneth enlisted in the navy Jan. 11, 195B and received his boot training at Great Lakes. He has been assigned duty on the U.S.S. Luzon, and flew to Japan April 14th. His brother Robert P. Johnson is aboard the Luzon, somewhere in Japan. Robert enlisted In August, 1954. Mrs August Klinksiek came home from Niieve hospital in Albert Lua last Sunday where she had been the past week for treatment and observation. Mr and Mrs Jack Countryman of Esthervillc arc ,thc parents of a baby boy born at 'the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. He has been named Bruce Allen. On Tuesday evening Mrs Edward Loofl and Mrs D. B. Miiyer went to Sweu City whero they attended Past Matrons club at the home of Mrs Harold Krantz. Mrs Stella Hungerford ol Austin, Minn, was a guest. Peggy Mayer, Durlcnc ICerkuvg and Anna Mae Garber of Dos Moines came on Friday to spend the weekend ;it the D. B. Mayer home. Clco Young also accompanied them here from Des Moines imd spent the weekend Lone Roclc Rockets The April meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club was held at the. home of Eileen Bin'zcn on ; April 18. The business meeting included plans for the Mother's Tea, which was tentatively set for Saturday afternoon, May 12. Delegates for district camp were named as Kay Geitzenauer and Eileen Binzen. Margaret Fischer will represent the club ;u State Convention in .Ames, and Margaret and Kay will sing in the county chorus at Rally Day. Nancy Fischer will give, the Country Girl's Creed. Demonstrations were given by Muriel Nordine, f'atricia O'Don- • nell, Down Schultz and Jane ' Kissner. visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Lool't. On L;isl Sunday afternoon Pat Mileti, Jackie Lynch and Pat Farrow took Mary Ellen Farrow and Ella McDonald to Blue Earth .' whore they took the bus back to Sioux City where they attend Briar Cliff College. IOWA MASTER BSwin John Wirlh, Elwood, 1st Place 115.24 nil/Acre, Pioneer 3it9. AlfredPeleis&Son,Bellevue,2ndPlace iUO.U KtiMirc, I'ionccr 352 Orin Ehrie, Decorah, 3rd Place 07.10 H'.i/Acit. Pioneer 371, 3-19. First pi.ii'j winner in 1051 contc-,t 9 of 16 lov/a Master Corn Grov/crs Plant Pioneer Nine of the 16 Iowa Master Corn G.'uwors (100 or more bushels an qcrj) planted Pioneer in their contcit fields. The second and third liigfiC'it yields in the state were made with Pioneer. R. I. Mawdsley—Algona Aaron Steussy-Algona C. L Bajley-Algona Eugene Kollasch-Bode Harold Jones-Swea City T, O, Johnson-Swea City Wm. Martinek-Wesley Walter Vaudt-Whittemore YOUR PIONEER SALESMEN

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