The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1956 · Page 35
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1956
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4-Aloono (lo.) Upp»r OH Molh«» Tuesday, April 24, 1956 County Meeting Of Auxiliary At Livermore Livermore—The county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held in the Legion Hall Tuesday afternoon. Forty w.nbers of all towns in the county were present. Mrs Jean Owens of Coon Rapids, eighth district president, was present. Mrs La Fay Crocker, Bode, county president, presided. Gladvs Bouma of Pocahontas gave a talk on child weltare mr< ur- <>• Aure, the county treasurer, was aiso present. Two musical numbers given by the Livermore unit were sung by Mrs Henry Strunc of Bancroft, Mrs Lyle Nelson, Mrs Link Hughes and Mrs Harold Gronbach. A dessert luncheon was served. Those on the committee were Mrs George Foth. Mrs John Renquist. Mrs Stanley Seger, Mrs Donald Armstrong and Mrs William Davis. Brother Dies 'William Murray, Mrs Rose Smith, and Mrs Jessamine Miller received word of the death of their brother, Charles Murray at hi 1 ? home in Gladstone, Mich. Friday morning, April 13. He was the son of the late Mr and Mrs William Murray, Sr. of Livermore. He is survived by three sons, a daughter and several grandchildren, a brother, William Murray, and five sisters, Mrs Rose Smith, Mrs Jessamine Miller and Anna B. Murray, all of Livermore, Mrs Clayton Paton of Fairmbnt, Minn., and Mrs Lillian Murphy of Seattle, Wash. He was bO years of age. Anna B. Murray and Mrs Murphy were with him when he died. Birthday Honors There was a pot luck supper at the Elmer Gronbach home Thursday evening in honor. 4 of the birthday of Mr Gronbach. Those attending the supper were Mr and Mrs Marvin Gronbach of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Robert Gronbach, Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger, Mr and Mrs Herman Gronbach, Mrs Freda Steussy and Mrs Mike Loss of Algona, Mrs Dolores Christensen and children and Mr and Mrs Louis Behounek. It was also the birthday "of Mr Behounek. There was a miscellaneous shower in the Methodist church Monday evening in honor of Dorothy Valen of Estherville, who was married Saturday evening to Ensign Charles Raney at the Lutheran church in Estherville. The Frog Hollow Club was entertained at the home of Mrs Herman Hansen Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by 1 the president, Anna Hanifan. They observed the birthdays of Mrs Robert Murray, Mrs Alice Hanifan and'Mr* Alma Manning. ! Mrs Edna Bowes and Mrs Edith Johnson entertained the past matrons club for Mrs Jessamine Miller Friday afternoon, at their home, A dessert luncheon preceded the playing of five hundred. Prizes were won by Mrs Harry Clark, Mrs Bowes and Mrs Johnson. Mrs Bun-ell Smith entertained .the Deal and Chat Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs John Olson, Mrs Karl BaessJer, Mrs Guy Raney, Mrs ^Harold Frederick, Mrs Loren Holmes and Mrs Forbus Stiltz went *o UIP home of Mrs William King Thursday to help her celebrate her birthday which was Sunday, Mrs. Martin Miller entertained the Just For Fun Club and Mr* Culvert Johnson at a 1:30 dessert luncheon at her homo Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Elmer Gronbach will be the next hostess. Mrs Dorothy Malkmus was hostess to the iiOth Century Club members Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Karl Baessler. Mrs Hartley Mackintosh and Phyllis and Esther were in Sioux Cuy Thursday evening Where they attended a play that Nancy Mackintosh was in at Morningside College. Jeri Barton, live month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Barton, who had been ill at her home, was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital Wednesday morning. Jack Syles, who was a patient at a tort Dodge hospital, nas returned home. James and Margaret McBreen and Mrs Rose Nelson were dinner and supper guests recently at the home ot the latter's son, uiar- ence Nelson, and family near Wesley. Those who attended a pot luck supper recently at the Earl Armstrong home were Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider and two children, Mrs Betty Bierstedt, Adrian Casler, Mr and Mrs August Schmidt and two children, Delbert Moore ana Mrs Merle Moore, all of Algona, and Fred Schneider ot Cylinder. Mrs Elwood Rummens conducted the School of Instruction of the Order of Eastern Star last Monday evening in Humboldt. This is the last school of instruction for Mrs Rummens this year. Billy Bormann, who is stationed at Fort Knox, rf y., arrived home Friday on a farm emergency furlough to assist in putting in the crops on the Nick Bormann farm. 'Cramer (Skippy) Davis, who is attending teachers college at Wayne, Neb., and his brother Dennis, who teaches at Ireton, spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr and Mrs Grain er Davis. Mr and Mrs William Murray and Mr and Mrs John Voss Sr. of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the John Voss home near Lu Verne. Their grandson, Ensign Dwight Voss, who is stationed at Pensacola, Fla., was home on a leave. He recenty received his wings. Pfc. Ervin Klein, who has been in Germany for several months has returned to the United States and is now stationed in Chicago, 111. Mr and Mrs Jerry Phillips and family of Amana spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and 'Mrs Henry Monson. Mrs Hartley Mackintosh and daughters, Phyllis and Esther, attended the wedding of Charles Raney and Dorothy Valen at the Lutheran Church in Estherville. Esther' was flower girl at the wedding. Mrs Joe Reckcr, Mrs Mary Schiltz, Mrs Helen Kramer and Mrs Lizzie Williams, all of Bancroft visited Monday with Mrs Anna Thilges at the home of her daughter, Mrs Leslie Jensen. Mr and Mrs Richard Fullerton and Richard visited Saturday afternoon with Father James Duhigg at Estherville. In the evening they attended the wedding of Charles Raney and Dorothy Valen at the Lutheran Church in Estherville. Mrs W. E. Lay ton of Gil more City visited from. Sunday to Friday with her son, Kenneth Layton, and family. Mr and Mrs Bill-Berryhill of Superior, Wis. and Mr and Mrs Donald Berryhill and daughter Ann of Blue Earth. Minn, visited Wednesday evening and Thursday with their parents, Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill. "listen, Don'f Pull Thqt 'No Receipt' Stuff On Mel" T •mmammtimiimem*mf>*f**t A Checking Account not only if mighty handy for paying bills by mail — but your cancelled check* are all the ftceipts you'll ever need — prgof positive thpt you paid any bill in Sqfe Confidentigl Accommodating IOWA 8* TAT 13 Algona Member FDIC la.wa '. .,'c-t .-'-A x,.,.? "<»• ft' HAIR Adm5r«lion" BRUSHES $2.15 Value* Nylon Brittle* Colored Back* 87c DOZENS OF NOVELTY GIFT ITEMS Values Up to $1.98 Ooltns of clev«» and diffet«At novsliy gifi ilemt in Ihit assortment . . . 10 many we can't describe them all h«fe. Buy at this Anniversary saving lot all gift occasions 1 4 kv .'ft- ;j y Open FRIDAY 9:30 P.M. •TN I "EARLY BIRD SPECIAL" THURSDAY i. »;QO A.M. »e 10.0ft A.M. ONLY Ladles Dresses Each and every drifts is a REGULAR $8.95 to $14.95 valuer Excellent assortment of sizes and slyle>. Bring a friend to take the other drees! One hour only — THURSDAY! EARLY BIRD SPECIAL" MlPAY — ftOO A.M. to tOiOO A.M. ONIY • Bath Towels 3for79c CANNON quality towels ! Jumbo, batl^ sites. Decora^ lor colors. Each towel is a REGULAR 65c VALUE ! Buy a half dozen at least. One hour only—FRIDAY 1 EARLY BIRD SPECIAL'' SATURDAY - 9:60 A.M. to ibiOO A.M. ONLY Girls Sweaters 1. i I Values in these sweaters frcm $1.98 up to $4.50! Some slightly soiled, but will wash easily. Wools, nylons, cottons. Pastels and fancies. Sizes 8 to 14. One hour only — SATURDAY 1 " IT'S OUR BIRTHDAY-BUT YOU'RE GETTING THE PRES ENTS!" w W Misses - Womens JACKETS SPORT DENIM Regularly $5.95 Handy little sport jackets of sturdy sports denim for back-yard & sport 'wear. All sizes. REGISTER PRIZE! JACKETS Regularly $5.95 4 49 These Anniversary jackets come in truly lovely shades — and a fine narrow wale corduroy that wears beautifully. Very special price on these at Fowlers. All Four Servettes Pictured A Really Handsome Prize REGISTER YOUR NAME IN FOWLERS INFANTS & CHIIDRENS DEPARTMENT THE LUCKY WINNER will get all four pieces pictured . . . the COMPLETE TV-Servetle Set that serves four cr more persons conveniently. Each cart is equipped- with casters for easy moving . . . and each cart has top and bottom tray. Yes, all four as pictured for this Fowler Anniversary prize! Be sure to register r ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Girls Cotton PANTIES SHORT COATS BETTY ROSE-RICEMORE-McDOWELL week! f.' Packed six to the package ... a value that soils normally for $1.59. Nice quality cotton for wear in coming months. Sizes 2 to 8. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Ladies Denim SLACKS SHORT COATS — WERE $22.95 SHORT co; $24.95 SHORT CO/ $29.95 SHORT co; $34.95 WERE SHORT COATS — WERE SHORT COATS — WERE CHILD WEAR Anniversary Feature on Our Children* Floor! GFRLS DRESSES Regularly Priced at $2.98 to $8.95 Take your choice of this whole array of perky .frocks ... in sizes for toddlers up through sue fourteen . . . and PAY JUST HALF PRICE I Dressy dresses, pinafores, school frocks, gay little plaids — everything in this wonderful assortment is yours at an Anniversary saving of ONE- HALF! GIRLS RAINCOATS Regularly $1.98 & $2.98 1.29 For girls from 7 to 14 — practical yet fashionably styled raincoats in plains and fancies. A Fowler Anniversary special! Slacks of lightweight denim with elastic back and elastic sides at waist for comfortable and trim fit. Regularly $3.95. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Hansen Fabric GLOVES . Offering for Fowlers Anniversary Sale an excellent size range for misses and women — lovely new colors — and the most stunning new shortie coat styles. LONG COATS ALL FAMOUS MAKES Reg. $1.98 Values 1 49 Values 1 98 GIRLS SHORTIE COATS Another big Anniversary buy for the gnrls on Fowlers Children* Floor! Lovely light pastel shades in slun- n'ng shorties — size 8 through, 14 — all of them latest styles — all at HALF PRICE! MORE CHILDRENS BARGAINS Tricky Can-Can Styles Reg. $1.98 and $2.98 GIRLS NYLON SLIPS, SSitr4,'tol4 ,- -.--1,49 Of Rubberized Nylon . y Pastel Colors INFANTS PLAYTiX PARTY PANTS, r*g, 1.69 ... 1,19 Regularly $3.98 ^ Sizes 3 to M GIRLS CHINTZ LOUNGE ROBiS ...,., 2,59 Slight Irregulars - - Regularly $2.49 CHILDRENS COTTON SLEEPERS---,, pr. 1,19 Regularly $15.95 Sizes 10 to 16 GIRLS FORMALS, Lovely Shades --..-• K Price Regularly $2.98 Sizes 7 to 14 GIRLS NYLON DUSTERS, Special at , ---- 1.98 BOYS - GIRLS JACKETS Regularly $2.98 and $4.98 % OFF Some of these have slacks' to match — ai half price also! Made of sturdy, longwearing washable denim iov ihe smaller fry. A Fowler Anniversary special! Gloves by "Hansen" — nothing finer! Fabrics in white and'pastels for summer wear. Nice choice, and see what you save in our sale! ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! 39c and 49c TABLE MATS F O W L E R S BEAUTY SALON S-P-E-C-I-A-L-S Take These Remarkable Savings Now Have 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 to take advantage. For any of the work below, at special Anniversary reduced prices, you may purchase an Anniversary certificate now. Thei> you may have your work done anytime between now and May 15th, at these special prices. Take advantage! Cholestrol Hair Treatment Regular $4.50 Value BOYS TOPCOATS Twigs & Chips Brand A lovely selection of gay patterns in these ccrk or plastic table mats for use at summer parties and lunches. Your choice at 19c each. A famous make in nicely made, topcoats thai are usually priced ai $15.95. We are reducing them to HAI^F. Sixes 10 to 16. ANNIVERSARY SALE NOW 22.95 LONG COATS - WERE $29,95 NOW 25.95 LONG COATS - WERE $34.95 LONG COATS - WERE $39.95 29.95 The most attractive and most beautifully-styled long coats from these famous coat makers ... in luscipus new 1956 shades ... in sizes for misses and women at this very special Fowler Anniversary Sale saving! Our famous Cholestrol Hair Treatment, with electric cap. including hair trim, shampoo and wave set. It's«.our regular $4.95 treatment, known to so many women. Get your Anniversary certi- f'caie now, and have your treatment between now and May 15th. Permanent Wave Our Regular $10.00 Wave Our regular $10.00 Permanent at thi& very special Anniversary saving! Get your Anniversary certificate now, and have your wave any time belv/ein now and May 15th. Remember! You can have your work done now ai these Anniversary savings in Fowlers Beauty Shop — or have it done at these prices anytime between now and May 15th. IF you gel your Anniversary certificate now! LADIES HAIRCUTS 75c Children* 50c Tuesday, April* 24, 1956 Algena (la.) Upftif V** Mother-Daughter Banquet Held At Ledyard Church Ledyard — Last Wednesday evening ladies of the Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart church served their annual Mother- Daughter banquet in the hall. (Jirls of Ihe parish were waitresses, and about 150 guests were served. Mrs Adolph Hatten was in charge of the following program: Prayer — Father Bernard Montag. Welcome — Mrs Hatten. Tribute to Daughters by Mrs Cyril'Ml Her. 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 Vernon Haag. Introduction of the Speakers — Rev. Montag. Address by Rt. Rev. Monsignoi' A. J. Breen of Holy Family in Mason City. Talk and two piano numbers by Father Reed also of Holy Family. Vocal solo by Rita Garry accompanied by Mrs Harold Inglet. Introduction of Lt. Col. Audrey Underkofler of the U.S. Army who gave a brief greeting to IVr: 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 Ciarks of Bancroft, visited with friends here on Wednesday evening. Audrey graduated from the Ledyard high school and later from Iowa State teachers college in Cedar Falls, e is a niece of Mrs Jack McDonald. Olh Anniversary Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow elebrated their 20th wedding an- liversary'on Sunday, April 15th. The following guests attended: VIr and Mrs Ted Thilges and amily, Lakota; Mr and Mrs Steve 3 owers and family from Elmore; VIr and Mrs Dave Farrow and family from Ledyard; Mr- anri Mrs Marvin Elman and family, Forest City; Mr and Mrs Mike Muldoon and John of Janesville, Mjnn.; Vince and Lawrence Govern of Titonka; Margaret Murphy of Lakota and Louise Farrow of Grant. Signs To Teach Natalie Hardt, a graduate of Ledyard 'Consolidated School will graduate from Mankato Teachers College June 1. She has signed a contract for the coming year at Mountain Lake, Minn;, where she.will 1 teach''4th grade. Natalie is the daughter of Mrs Zilphy Hardt. 14 Vehicles To New Owners Past 2 Weeks New cur and truck sales in Kossuth Co. remained at a low level during the past two weeks, with only 34 registered in the county treasurer's office. New owners arc: Ford — Central Iowa Telephone Co.. pickup, Swea City; Farmers Elevator, pickup, Titonka: Leighton Misbach, Algona; Lylc Schipull, Irvinglon: Clair Hildman, Wesley; Kenneth Bates, Algona; Anna M. Hamilton, Lakota: G. P. Hawcott, Burt; V. E. Sleper. Algona: Leroy Lau, Algona; and Kathryn Larson, Titonka. Chevrolet — Beed Hdwe., 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, Titonka; Wilbur Asche. Lakola; Paul and Ruth Krominga, Titonka; and Mike Arend, Burt. Buick — Mrs Esther I. Petor- s-»n. Tilonka: Harry Stauffachcr, Lu Verne; Emil Frank. Fcnton; and Marvin L. or Margie Owens, Swea City. -Plymouth — Joseph Sinnwell, Bode: Charles or Flora Eggerth, Swea City; and Mavccll Reding, Algona. Pontiac — Earl L. Loss, Irving- Dodge — Ernest Mueller, Fenton. atudebaker — Algona Plbg, and Htg.. Algona. Mercury — Domhardt Bros., Elmore. fivmoulh — F. W. Brusie, Algona. International ers, Algona. Kenneth Johnson Returns To Duty Kenneth H. Johnson left Apri! 4t*h for San Francisco, after spending 14 days with his parents, Mr' and Mrs Ted Johnson. Kenneth enlisted in the navy Jan. 11, 1956 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 Kebert P. Johnson is aboard the Luzon, somewhere in Japan. Robert enlisted in August, 1954. Western Buy- Mrs August Klihksiek came home from Naeve hospital in Albert Lea last Sunday where she had been the past week for :reatment and observation. Mr and Mrs Jack Countryman of Estherville are the parents of a baby boy born at the Holy family hospital in Estherville. He las been named Bruce Allen. On Tuesday evening Mrs Edward Looft and Mrs D. B. Mayer went to Swea City where they attended Past Matrons club at ihe home of Mrs Harold Kran- 12. Mrs Stella Hungeri'ord oi Austin, Minn, was a guest. Peggy Mayer, Daiiene Korkiivo and Anna Mae Garber of Dos Moines came on Friday to spend the weekend at the D. B. Mayer home. Cleo Young also accompanied them here from Des Moines and spent the weekend Lone Rock Rockets The April meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club was held at the home of Eileen Binzen on April J8. 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 at Slate 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, Patricia O'Donnell, Down Schultz and Jane Kissner. visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Looft. On Last Sunday afternoon Pat Mileti, Jackie Lynch and Pat Farrow look Mary Ellen Farrow and Ella McDonald to Blue Earth where they took the bus back to Sioux City where they attend Briar Cliff College. 55 IOWA MASTER win PIONEER John Wirth, Elwood, 1st Place 115.24 Uu/Au-e, Pioneer 349. Alfred Peters SSon, Bellevue, 2nd Place 100.13 1U>/Acre, Pioneer 352 Orin Ehrie. Decorah, 3rd Place 97.10 Ini/Auc. Pioneer 3/1. 3«. First !•;..^ winner in l'J54 comot 9 of 16 Iowa Master Corn Growers Plant Pioneer Nine of (lie 16 Iowa Master Corn Growers (100 or more bushels an ccr'c^ planted Pnn:vr m t'icir contest fields. The second and highest picliis in the itate were made with Pioneer. PLANT D! R. !. Mawdsley-Algona Aaron Steussy-Algona C. L Bailey-Algong Eugene Kollasch-Bocle Harold Jones-'Swea City T. O, Johnsen-Swea City Wm. A4grtinek-We§!ey Walter Vaudt-Whittemore YOUR PIONEER SALESMEN

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