The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1956
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AROUND ALGONA * went to Fort Dodge on Saturday for the weekend with friends. •—o— Mr and Mrs D. P. Smith weni to Des Moines on Saturday to attend a performance of Teahoust of The August Moon' at KENT theater. _o— Mrs David Smith was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs Clair Thomas and Mr:, Lloycf Pratt. E. E. (Bud) Robinson entered St. Ann hospital Thursday for treatment for a digestive ailment. It is expected that he will be released today. —o— Mr and Mrs A. W. Huenhold had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Huenhold's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Leo Edwards of Clear Lake. —n— . Mrs Lee Schenck was chosen "Girl of The Year" by Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Saturday evening. The honor is based on service to the chanter and was a surprise to Mrs Schenck. —o— Mr and Mrs Richard Norton and family will go to Marshalltown, Wednesday, and remain overnight with Mrs Norton's parents, Mr and Mrs Ned Downing and then attend funeral services for Mrs Norton's grandmother on Thursday. —o— Mrs Lela Stewart arrived Sunday from Phoenix, Ariz., and will make her home here. She has rented an apartment in the W. J. Sigsbee home. Her son, George drove her car here from Phoenix and is returning home by air. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Prali and sons spent the weekend at Victor with Mrs Pratt's parents, Mr and Mrs F. M.'McGahey. —o— Mr and Mrs Ward Allen, form er Algonans now of Oelwein, ^pent the weekend here. They attended the Beta Sigma Phi dance on Saturday night and were house guests of Mr and Mrs Lyle Anderson. .—o— The monthly-leaders meeting of the Girl Scouts is being held this evening, (Tuesday) at the Druggist Mutual Insurance build- ng. The annual court of awards s slated for Wednesday evening. May 16, at the high school. —o— The Kiwanis Kweens are entertaining the Kiwanis Kings at a dinner part of the Algonr Country Club th i s evening. (Tuesday). Mrs A. W. Huenhold and Mrs W. J. Finn, head the committee in charge, Mrs Glen Jraham will arrange for the 'ntertainment and Mrs Wesley Bartlett, the music. —o—• Jim Egli, Harlan Sigsbee, A. E, Briggs, Dr. R. J. Thissen, Dore Freeh, Don Clark and Milo tz went to Storm Lake on Sunday where they attended an officers' meeting of the Fifth District of the Moose Lodge. —o— Plum Creek Homemakers met April 25 at the home of Mr? Claude Seely. Mrs John Scuff- ham, Mrs Ronald Gardner and Mrs Stanley Gardner were assisting hostesses. Mrs Harry Bode and Mrs Lela Gardner gave the extension lesson, and a program on World Trade was given by Mrs Walter Campney, Mrs Wayne Keith. The traveling basket was won by Mrs Carl Paetz. r NOW ON SALE AT CONSUMERS ! GROCERY & MEAT BUYS PITTED DATES 2-LB. BAG 39 G-A-L-L-0-N B-U-Y-S U Save Up To 40% ! PEACHES, ...... Gal. fc APRICOTS, ....GalJSc PRUNES,... Gal.59c Large Angel Food Cakes We Mr and Mrs D. G. Cloplon were at Jefferson Wednesday where they attended funeral services for Mr Clopton's sister, Mrs Sadie Stream who passed away Monday at the age of 75. Mrs Stream wns the sister who reared Mr Clopton after the death of their mother, who passed away when he was two years old. —o—. Ruth Circle, mothers' group of the Presbyterian church will meet this evening, (Tuesday) at the country home of Mrs Joseph Skovv. Mrs Robert Slephenson and Mrs Wilbur Reinders are co- hostesses. The program is in charge of Mrs W. F. Colwell and Mrs Irving Miller will give devotions. —o—. Officers for the Woman's Golt Association of the Country Club were elected at the Tee-Off breakfast Wednesday morning. Mrs Ted Herbst is general chairman with Mrs Harold Erickson, co-chairman. Mrs James Lytle is tournament chairman, Mrs Bob Williams, co-chairman. Chairman and co-chairman of the handicap committee are Mrs Claude Slagle and Mrs Gordon Schmidt. —o— Bill Lovstad, Donnie Glaser, Mrs Emil Lovstad, Mrs A. E. Briggs and Mrs Herbert Schauers spent Sunday at Waterloo wherr the women attended a state meeting of the Women of the Moose. Mrs Lovstad and Mrs Schauers were two of 129 candidates for membership in the Academy of Friendship and Mrs Briggs presented them with rings of the order. They were breakfast guests of Mrs Briggs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Ermels at Webster City on the way down. —o— Catholic Daughters of America are having their annual Mother and Daughter banquet Monday evening at the Knights of Columbus hall. Mrs Craig Smith and Mrs Bill Specht are chairmen of the committee in charge of arrangements which consists of Mesdames Veronica Roethler, Nellie VanAllen, Alfred Grill, Al Boeckelman, Lewis Gilbride, Leonard Goecke, Leslie; Higley, John Kajewski, Juanita Hanson, Ray Mertz, Magnus Lichter, Melvin Finch, Milton Bebo, Fred Kuyper, Ed Skilling, Helen Mikes, Ferman Laing, Roy McMahon and Minnie Schick, Jean Lensing, Eilleen Mueller Rev. Harold Cooper will be master of ceremonies and guest speaker will be Father Edmund Adams of St. John's church at Bancroft. Monsignor Gearen Mrs Frank Bormann, Bode, Mrs Mark Stanton and Phyllis Elbert will speak. Music will be by Evelyn Bode, Mary Jean Hood and the Girls' Grade Sextet. Jean Hall will give her prize winning reading. Mickey Mouse And Pals Come To Life On Stage Mickey Mouse came to life in Algona, last Wednesday evening, when the seventh grade cTiorus and elementary school band and students presented a program in the high school auditorium here. The seventh grade chorus was directed by Mrs Lilliace Sefrit, the elementary band by Russell Guster. Not the least of the program was the costuming of the various numbers, following the Mickey Mouse characters so widely known from film and TV screen. One of them, John Clark, a 4th grader, son of Mr and Mrs Homer Clark, is pictured. Mike Brayton portrayed Mickey Mouse, ' and a "Mousekedance" was presented by Sheila Fain, Dianne Ramus, Junadell Lieb, Gary Graham, Bob Post, Bahne Struecker, Corky Helgeson, Dick Meier, Rcndy Harmes, Douglas Medin, Jim Pingel, Barbara Brandow, Elizabeth Brewer, Mary Jane Butterfield, Sandra Cook, Mary Misbach, Margaret Sprague, and Brigitta Whittemore. Mrs Moxley directed the dance numbers. John Clark, 4th Grade Chorus numbers were presented by Barbara Bartlett, Barbara Reinders, Gary Kesting, Patty Schneider, Paula Parkins, Gary Rich, I\:arac:ee Lenz, Bill Bourne, OC83X«*8>X83£CaQ»»:DXemW»^^ Duncan Mines Burnt Sugar Cake Mix -25c Special On Hilex, gal 49c Gerber's Baby Food 6 cans 49c Pillsbury Bag Flour, 5 Ib. 49c B-Size New 10 IBS. Potatoes.. 49c Sunkist Naval DOZ. Oranges - 39c (Known as "Minced Ham") BIG BOLOGNA, Lb. 25c Fresh, Lean All-Meat GROUND BEEF.... 4 Lbs. $1 Morrell's Ready-To-Eot Cry-O-Vac Pack TENDER PICNICS-..LbJSc A Nice Selection of Beef Quarters Cut and Wrapped and Marked for Locker or Freezer CONSUMERS We Give S & H GRiEN STAMPS Salvation Arrny^ Drive Underway Ed Swann, field representative for the Salvation Army from Des Vtoines, was in this area during the past week contacting volunteer workers in Kossuth county and aiding in the current drive for funds by that organization. He reported funds were a little slow coming in here despite the fact letters have been sent to. practically everyone in the towns of Algonu, Burt, Bancroft, Lakota, Ledyard, Titonka, Wesley, Whittemore and Fenton. Anyone wishing to donate may send contributions to the Salvation Army Treasurer in any of, ihe towns listed above. The first silk mill in the U. S • lo built in Manchester, Conn, in 183G. IT'S READY FOR YOU NOW! IT'S STRIKINGLY NEW AND DIFFERENT ! Here, iruly, is the place to pick out lhat Mother's Day gift . . , and as you enter the Richardson Furniture store we believe you will be struck instanl- ly with the beauty of this new installation. The gifls are something special, tool . . . hand-selected and in great variely. Be sure to visit this new modern shop this week! R. G. RICHARDSON FURNITURE COMPANY Emma Finlcy and Rnpptnnry Medin of the seventh grade. A skit, "Fearless Funny", directed by Mrs Odgnard, was presented by Mike Brnyton, Lynn Kueck, Barbara Brnndow, Mnri- anna Rieken, Jim Finn and Bobby Gorber. Solo numbers were presented by Dale McBride, Gary Rich, and Donnie McBride, and duet dances by Murianna Rieken and Jackie Rowley, and Jim Finn and James Slanton. Another dance number was given by Susan Schultz, Dale McBride, Joan Rovn and Bobbv Gerher. First Communion For 28, May 6, Wesley Church Wesley — Twenty-eight boy:: and girls received their first Holy Communion Sunday May (! at the 7:30 Mass in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. They were Mary Jn Becker, Robert Bleich, Richard Bleich, John Burger, Claudinc Cranston, Deborah Carman. Rebecca Gin-os, Mark Goetz, Theresa Hamilton, Norma Jean Heinan, Francis Hildman, Pamela Tuesday, Mcty 8, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 Kay Hildman. Michael Juehem. Gary Loebig. Betty Joyce Plathe, Jeanetle Ptacok, Donald Ras- nmssen, Linda Reiling. Bonila Reisitig, Sleven Richler, Rose Ann Rieke, Theresa Ricke, Margaret Ami Studer. Thomas G. Thomas. Joan Gayle Vit/.thum. Pamela Bauer, Charles Monttig. and Linda Pfeffer. David Loebig and Louis Studer led the; communicants into church. city, indicating about two-thirfls are not yet licensed. Owners have until May 31 to purchase their license for 50 cents, and after that the police department will be under orders to be on the lookout for any bicycles which are not licensed. 270 Licenses To Bicyclists Here More than ^70 bicycle licenses were issued to youngsters at the city hall from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and all of the bikes received a free Seotchlile job from the Algona JayCecs. "Considering the sloppy weather, the turnout was fine," stated Mayor C. C. Shierk, who was pleased with the response by the young owners. There is still a long way to go before every bicycle in towi, wears the new license, which is good for two years. There arc an estimated 850 bicycles, in the YOUR BEST BUY I WORK 5.95 DIAMOND'S HDIH5H r Fowlers Gifts Pretty Charmers IN COOL SUMMER BLOUSES The season's favorites are here Nvlons, Dacrons, Orlons, Cottons — sparkling styles that will please any woman. Mostly short sleeves _ ONE LOT BLOUSES, mostly tissue ginghams in tricky little styles and « $4.95 flashing colors __ for HAN SEN GLOVES made the way only this famous maker can turn out a glove! Snowy whites and soft pastels. $1.69 t o $2.98 Perfect for Mother's Day ! HANDBAGS A whole new summer assortment! Ramblers, in navy, black or white for costume accent. French calf and many novelty bag fabrics in wide choice of gala colors. .98 lo $7.95 GIFT 'KERCHIEFS including Bin-mil's famous 'handkerchief of the month', this one ideal for Mother's Day. All with delicate fancy borders. S9c to $1.50 Light, Summi-ry Fabrics Miik i- Those So Witnti-d By Mothers DRESSES $7.95 to $10.95 Mothers, cherish- these light weight, com for table BtmberKs and Voiles — so crisply fresh lor wear from now on. And then (lioro aii' Magic Crepes and oli yes, starchy cottons of all kinds. A dress for Mother from Fowlers. Every Mother Has Her Heart Set on Receiving a NYLON SLIP $2.98 to $4.95 And not only Nylons are here at Fowlers at these attractively low prices — but Magic Crepes and drip-dry cottons, too. All with fancy trim that makes them so truly yift-y. All sizes. MOJUD HOSIERY, New Colors, vol. 1.25-1.65 ... 89c LADIES CREPE SLIPS, lace-trim, vol. 1.98-2.98 - 1.00 LADIES JACKETS, Sport Denim, reg. $5.95 3.95 LADIES DRESSES, reg. $8.95 & $14.95 values ... 3.88 SHORT COATS, Were Priced $24.95 now 15.95 SHORT COATS, were priced $34.95 now 22.95 LONG COATS, were priced $34.95 now 25.95 LONG COATS, were priced $39.95 now 29.95 GIRLS FORMALS, values to $19.95, Colors 6.95 BABY DIAPERS, slightly irregular, 3.75 val.-doz. 2.79

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