The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 41
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 41

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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Society Group meetings of the Chrstian * Women's Fellowship, First Chrls- ilftri church, will be held Wedncs- ay, May 9, as follows: ' Group 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. John Hubor. Mrs. Donald Plurn ip group leader. Thpse who wish transportation are asked to meet at the church at 1:30'p.m. j Group 2 will be entertained by Mrs. Leonard Perry at 2 o'clock. Airs. Charles Mock is the group iteader. Group 3, Mrs. James Palmer ffroup leader, will meet at 'I o'clock At the home of Mrs. T. I,. Evans. i.Group 4 will meet nl the home of Mrs. Madge Gant2. Mrs. Delia Wolfe is leader. Ill III >|! Auxiliary Meet— ifVFW Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, May 8, at 8 o'clock in the opening in the VFW Club Rooms. Serving on the refreshments committee will be Mrs. Homer Danes 4|id Mrs. William Devan. The en- URrtninmcnt chairman is Mrs. Dessle Webb. ^During the business'meeting Mrs. Homer Danes will give a report on tjie district meeting hold in Grin- ntll. *The monthly shipment of home- rnade cookies for VA hospital at Khoxvllle was made by Mrs. Glen Derby and Mrs. Clarence Slocker. ATTENTION! COATS Still Reduced More Than Ever! Come in and select from a still fine selection of short .and long coats. Select a Mother's Day Dress while you are here. New ones daily. TEITEL'S Near King Theatre Mrs. Leo C. Durbala Mildred Ann Flattery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Flattery, Albia, became the bride of Leo C. Durbala, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Durbala, Lovilia Saturday morning, April 28, at St. Patrick's Catholic church in Georgetown. The altar of the church was dec- nrnted with pink and white carnations. Rev. C. D. Mannhnrdt of Lovilia officiated at the double ring full skirt of pure silk net was floor length. Her silk tulle veil was attached to a crown of pearls and sequins. The bride's bouquet was a white orchid and lilies of the valley Oskaloosa Club Has Flower Show— The Garden Department of the Oskaloosn Woman's Club has Invited 'members of tbe garden department of Albia's club and other Interested persons to attend its annual Flower Show May 8. Mrs. Ruth Kistner, author of "Flower Arranging for the American Home," written in collaboration with Gladys Taber, who authored "Dairy Domesticity," will be featured speaker. The meeting will be held at Central Methodist church and reserved seats may be obtained by writing Mrs. R. H. Timerman, general chairman, Oskaloosa. Theme for the flower show is "May Blossom," and anyone interested in making entries for the exhibits in the show should contact Mrs. John H. Wagner, Oskaloosa. There are some 40 divisions for entering in the Oskaloosa show. They include flower plants, perennials and arrangements of all kinds, and single specimens. Mrs. Kistnfer has lectured before garden groups in many states, and is a blue-ribbon and tri-color winner at the International Flower Show held each year in New York. She has lectured before women's and civic groups, including the New York Horticulture Society; the New York Botanical Gardens; the Garden Center in Pittsburgh; and the Wheeling Garden Center. For several years she has served as a judge at the Cattle Congress in Waterloo. * >:= * Presents Music Students Tuesday Evening— Mrs. Isabel Burcklmayer presented piano students Tuesday evening in the second of a series ot music parlies at her home here. Taking part in the program were Donna Elswick, Gary Belzer, Carol Lane, Linda Pirnot, Janet Belzer, win Wed Thursday, May 3, 1956 Iho Netherlands, Venezuela, Mexico, Colombia and West Germany. Juke boxes are the prime attractions in coffee shops, cafes, res- lourants, cocktail lounges and bars in Manila and Singapore. In Bogoln, Colombia one parish priest rolls his machine Info the square on market days and adds the money collected to Ihe parish treasury. North America's smallest bear is the black bear, which usually weighs between 200 mid 300 pounds. Vermont Syttip Oil MONTPELIKR, VI. (UP) Vermont, No. 1 state In the production of maple sugar and syrup, apparently faces one of the smallest harvests in history. Prolonged win- ti-y weather Is blamed for the tiny ]956 crop, which now rates only 10 per cent of normal. Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Flahive of Albia announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Kathleen Marie, to Edward Michael Crall, also of Albia. The wedding is planned for Saturday, June 2, at St. Mary's Cat».olic church here. NOW! BIG SELECTION! Locals ceremony and celebrated the nup-1 Flattery, sister of the bride; Miss carried on a white pearl prayer John \ vilsoni Susnn 'smart, Jlmmle booK ' i Pirnot, Shirley Koger, Patricia Maid of honor was Miss Mary j Stone, Richard Cameron, Janice Pir- Margot Flattery, sister of the bride, j not, Bruce Hollingshead, Diana Bridesmaids were Miss Francine | Webb and Suzanne Foulkes. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith this week have; been Mrs. Margaret Gray of Los' Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Grace Smith | of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Patterson and Mrs. Harry Vanzer Vennet and son, Paul, of Moline, 111., spent the weekend here visiting Mrs. Margart Wratten. Miss Grace Milligan of Des VIoines visited in Albia Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Winders spent he weekend visiting at the home )f Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Meyer in Shehandoah. Mrs. Hannah Hunter of Minneapolis, Minn., has been visiting reia- ive sand friends here. tial mass. James and Lawrence McCarty, cousins of the bride, were acolytes. Paul Flattery was soloist, and was accompaneid by Mrs. John Heffron. The bride, given in marriage- by her father, wore a gown of lace and silk nel over taffeta. The elongated bodice featured a softly rounded neckline and short sleeves. The Last Times Tonite! WALT DISNEY'S "THE African Lion" —PLUS— ., "Peter the Well" - "Emperor Penguine" "Knutzy Knights" - Late News Friday Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM — PLUS COLOR CARTOON — SUNDAY - MONDAY TWO GREAT FEATURES! Bing Crosby - Donald O'Connor GAVA/OR • w HARRIS. *-. • .•• COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR with the G°Yest stars of All — How Won• I derful Can a Musical Be? You'll Never YISTAVISION Know Until You See Iu ~~~ —CO-HIT— The Story of America's Air Defense and the Men Who Guard America's Skies! "24-HOUR ALERT" Starring Officers and Men of the U. S. Air Force and JACK WEBB The Year's Most Exciting Short Subject in Technicolor! PLUS COLOR CARTOON AND NEWSI Helen Diirbala, sister of the groom; and Miss Mary Ann Gannon, friend of the bride. They wore identical gowns of blue crystnlette with Heylands of Lovilia Married 50 Years— Twenty-five friends gathered at matching picture hats and carried I'lie home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom bouquets (if pink carnations. At-! H eyland in Lovilia Sunday for a lending the groom were his broth-1 surprise celebration of the couple's er, Ervin Durbala. ol' Norwalk, best j fiftieth wedding anniversary. man, and John Flattery and of Heffron, mond Flattery, brothers bride, and William A. groomsmen. Mrs. Flattery chose for her daughter's wedding a navy and pink dress with navy accessories. Mrs. Durbala wore navy with white accessories. Kotli mothers wore corsages of white carnations. Ed-1 The Heylands received gifts, and the refreshments of coffee, cake and ice cream were served. Belzer and Wignall 4-H Club Speakers By Jim Stuchel Gary Belzer and Terry Wignall The bride's table for the recep- j gave talks on baby pig and hog lion held at Kendall Place was laid ] management during a regulai with a while linen cloth and cen- i meeting of the Pleasant Pushers tcred with an all-while four-tiered ! 4-H club held April 23 al the Wedding cake -flanked by white j Church of the Brethren, candles: Assisting at the reception 1 Tllil ., c , n members and three were the bride's aunts and her close friends. When the couple left for a short wedding trip, the bride was wear- guests attended the meeting. Now They'll Know NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. (UP) ing a navy suit with white acces- I Motel rates will he published t'o sories and a corsage of white car-, the first time in this tourists' mec nations. • The couple will make their home at 3407 Forrest Ave., Des Moines. Chenoweth- Nedderman Wedding Sunday— The marriage of Miss Pauline Chenoweth and Herbert Nedder! mini look place Sunday. April 2!), j ! at Fnirl'ield, Iowa. The I I was read by Hie Kev. Sam William-1 | .son, minister of First Christain church there. | Past Pocahontas Club Meeting— Past Pocalionlas Club will meet Tuesday, May S, al - p.m. in the! home of Mrs. Hose Stummel. | Hostesses will b.- Mrs. William Stommel and Mrs. Uan \Vnlt. | Pot Luck Supper ' Tuesday Eve— ] Members of UK Haydi-n Chapel ! church will have a put luck supper j Tuesday evening al 7 p.m. 1\ will ; be followed by a film mi Japan. j The public is invited. i ca. William A. Doody, director o the local convention and visitor: | service, said the action was neces j sary "lo do away with inequities ! and complaints which have flower i into our office from unhappy tour ists. SKIN ITCH HOW TO RELIEVE IT. IN JUST 15 MINUTES, lr mil iilriixril, your-Hie tuirk nl nnj ilniK Mli>rr. Ilixliinl ilr.vlnu ITCH «ir,-\OT ilciiili-iiK IIcli mill liliriifii,, kill* urrniK O\ roVI'.U'T. l'x«> 1111 "r lllulil I'ur lM'y.<.||in, IIIKITI hlif, fool II.•!., other *iirlnc<- rn»ln-M. \ti, ill llrxx DriiK Mure. \m SUMMER DRESS CARNIVAL f \ .yt. ."H v, < \.v •»*•! % s\ Shop today in P«nn«y's onct-o>y«ar BIG SHOW OF FASHION /'?. Whole World Fancies American Jukebox CHICAGO (UP i-—The joints are iumpin' from Bogota to Singapore Because of the American jukebox. According to The Billboard., trade magazine, exports of American-made juke-boxes hm'e doubled in the past few years. Topping the list of countries importing juke boxes during Hie first nine months of 1955 were Belgium, I SUPER SAVER! a XI306 CAPE COD FENCE 3-Ft. EACH 29c . •«**» :WS« . .*?,& t . « Sturdily constructed 3-ft. sec- lions. Painted while. Easily installed. Western Auto Associate Store HAROLD A. SHEESLEY, Owner \ THE ALBIA HIGH SCHOOL BAND Cordially Invites You to Attend Its 1956 Spring Concert SUNDAY, THE SIXTH DAY OF MAY At 2:30 O'Clock in the Afternoon Albia High School Fieldhouse A delightfully varied program of music entertainment is planned for your enjoyment. " The concert will be under the direction of M. ('. Kckert. ShoptorShoes In Our Economy Basement MEN'S Dress Shoes $4.98 - $5.88 . $5.98 $6- 98 WOMEN'S Dress Shoes Values to $9.95—$2.98 Women's Wedgies Values to $6.95—$3.98 Children's Shoes $2.98 "<< $3*49 Shop for the entire family in Froyd's Economy Basement. You have an excellent selection of shoes, practically all styles, all colors, and all sizes. But at BUDGET Prices. FROYD'S SHOE STORE Next to Peoples Nat'I Bank OACRONS - RAYONS! COTTONS - All Here! Sizes for nearly every figure . . . prints, solids, easy care summer beauties. Shop for them now from our big selection. 90 Sixes 10-20, 141/2 - 241/2. So much fashion for so little a price. Cool, dressy rayon bembergs. Smart in Famous Carrie Walker classics! Perfect for that "easy care" dacron prints. Colorful patterns on light grounds. Fully wash- ravon bembergs. Smart m ripos(!v *„.*,. ( ' 00 i acetate- "6 m 8 rounas - *""* WdM1- swling, easy on the budget. dr f sy , u , able aml almost 1U) iromn S- Misses and half sizes n >' lon mesh - Halt swes< Misses and half sizes. $J90

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