The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 42
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 42

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
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HOSPITALS Apr. 30 — Milton C. Bilyeu, lKomi, x-\nys; Fred Vogol. Bur) medical: Mrs Gem^e Morron' Bancroft, medical; Mrs Ralph SUtlzer, Algona, boy, 8-14','2 May 1 _ Greg C. Fox, Algona, T & A; .1. L. Intermill, Titonka, .x-ray; Mrs Edgar Campbell, Algona, maternity; Edna F Bad SI Benedict, medical; Mrs Ronald PctHl. Cvlinrler, medical. May 3 — Stephen R. Merryman. Algona, tonsillectomy; E. E. Robinson, Algona, medical. May 4 — Silas W.'Bamvart, Ottosen, medical; Donald Klocko, Ledyard, accident; Mrs Henrietta Daub, Algona, medical; Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Lone Rock, medical. May 5 — Leo C. Miller, Algona, medical; Joseph Leininger, Whittemoro, medical. Treasure Hunt At Values $1.98 to $2.98 Sizes 32 to 44 LADIES RAYON SLIPS..He Values $1.59 to $5.95 Tissue Ginghams, Rayons Ladies Sum'r Blouses 2 for US LADIES A Special Assortment Values to $1.50 Hose, White Anklets I prs. $1 Regularly $22.95 to $39.95 All Sizes Long Coats, Shorties 'A Price DRESS SPECIALS Cotton Frocks Reg. $3.98 Values Dressy Dresses Values To $16.95 Large Size — Decorator Colors Regularly 65c CANNON BATH TOWELS -39c Nylon Bristles — Plastic Back Values to $3.95 Admiration Hair Brushes - 79c Large Assortment Values to $5.95 Ladies Spring Hats..... 2.00 Tnm-O-Shanter Brand Also Sweaters Girls Tee Shirts ..1. BEAUTY SHOP SPECIAL Shampoo & Set D Special Value on Chix Slight Irregulars Gauze Diapers doz. 2.59 Values to $16.95 Sizes 8 to 14 Girls Shortie Coats ....4.95 Cute Styles for Summer VaTues to $4.95 Girls Wash Frocks, 1 to 6 1.49 UD To Sub-Teen Sizes Values to $6.95 Girls Wash Frocks...... 2.98 "Nutty Number Specials'" B" Sure You Bring Your Number With You. We Are Doing Something Unusual — We Are Featuring NINE "Nutty Numbers" In Our Windows — If You Have One of These Numbers You Can Buy BIG BATH TOWELS 2 far Also See Our Windows For Treasure Hunt FREE PRIZES KVK •tv Note Crowd At Style Show The Algona Country Club was illecl to capacity Wednesday afternoon when more than 150 women enjoyed a luncheon and style show presented by local models in cooperation with Algona stores. Twenty-seven models showed a complete variety of wearing apparel from nine Algona stores Participating in the style show- were Penney's, Chrischilles, Elya & Jessie's. Graham's, Elite, Chris- lensen's, Fowlers and S. & L. Models included: Evelyn Baldus, Kristy Kent, Jeanne Light. Helen Anderson, Dorothy Rueb. Betty Dennis, Janice and Janell Doerning, Marian LaBarre, Wilma Pickett, Pat Taylor, Dorothy and Nancy Schmidt. Val Williams, Elsie Reid, Mary Corrinc Smith, Brigitta and Lark Whitte- inore, Maxine Sweet. Sharon Powers, Delores Erickson, Margaret Ilerbst, Karen Shirley, Betty Ann Richardson, Ha/el Prieskorn. Pauline Batl and Marilyn Drces- man. The committee in charge of the style show consisted of: Mrs Gordon Ditlevson, chairman, Mr? Ted Chrischilles, co-chairman. Mrs Gene Cook, Mrs Gordon Schmidt, Mrs C. V. Fowler. Mrs Don Prieskorn, Mrs Al Ageno and Mrs Milton Dahl. Following luncheon and the style show golf and cards were played by the ladies. Golf activities were handled by Mrs Lowell Smith and Mrs Fred Kent, Jr.; cards, by Mrs R. K. Richardson, Mrs F. C. Scanlan. Mrs Frank Zender and Mrs Marie Kunz. P.W.O. May 17 The Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet Thursday, May 17. The Upper Room will be in charge of Mrs Don Asa. Devotions by Mrs Leon Martin. Dcsserl luncheon will be served. The program fi-ill be "Gospel Hymns" by Carrie and Margaret Durant. Coffee For Guesl Mrs Kenneth Harris gave a oof fee Monday morning for her sister, Mrs Vernon Storm who is here this \vvek from Encino, Calif. Guests were Mrs Cora Bacon, Mrs Erin a Lee Deim. Mrs Harold Kuchenruther. Mrs Harry McMurray and Mrs Harley Troutman. May 6 — Mr? Russell Rodger?, Tuesday, May 15, T956 Atgona (la.) Upper Pes Moirtes-3 Algona, medical. May 7 — Joseph Youngwirlh, Fenton, accident; Mrs Clem Bisenius, Whittemore, maternity; Mrs Howard Weydert, Bancroft, girl, 6-11; Clarence E. Helgesun, Algona, accident. Benefit Coffee The Martha circle of Firsl Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, May 17. in the church parlors. The Sarah circle will serve a benefit coffee Thursday morning. May 24, from ; .) till li o'clock at Mrs Melvin Bay's. The public is invited. NOTES OF David Riley, 5 Mrs Duane Riley gave a surprised party Wednesday, May 9. honoring the fifth birthday of her son David. Guests were Duane Hunt, Michael Missal. David Sabin and Rand y Schutjer. Games were played and lunch was served. Wednesday evening in further celebration of the anniversary guests were Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja and Sheryl. Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith and Becky. Mrs Ann Goet : sch and Arlic Goetsch of Lu- Verne, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch. Mr and Mrs William Funk and Diane Riley. Mother - Daughter Banquet The First Lutheran Mother? and Daughters banquet held Wednesday, May 9, in the ; church dining room. "A Garden of Roses". Scripture reading by Mrs L. E. Hovey, group singing by Mrs William Anderson, mistress of ceremonies, Mrs Mel Thompson, greetings to the mothers, Mrs Leroy Merchant, greetings to the daughters, Mrs Anna Presthus, vocal numbers by a quintette. Joyce Anderson, Judy Mittag. Julie Wood. Linda Percival and Ann Haase. Farewell Given A farewell party was given for John Morton Christiansen o! Algona at the William Decker home May 5 and at the Gerhard Riggerl 'home May 10. John leaves for induction in th? armt.'i forces Mr.y 14. Mrs Christianson. (he former Stviron Docker, will ••nake her home with her parents Mr and Mrs William Decker oi Whine-moil', while In.- is in per Congregational Women Circles of the Congregational Fellowship will meet Thursday afternoon. May 17. as follows — Circle i with Mrs Ed Sindelar. Circle 2 with Mrs Charles LaBarre. Circle 3 with Mrs August S!;>gle. Shower For Bride Mrs Harvey Johnson, Mrs John Hanselman and Mrs Tom Elefson of Sexton gave a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon at the Down church for Mrs Charier Albright, nee Wanda Parcil. Scout Cook-Out Girl Scouts, troop 12, had a cook out Wednesday evening at ihi- Kenneth Strah'orn's. After supper the girls held their meet- in ri in the basement recreation Birthday Dance Don Frideres celebrated bi- c 21st birthday Tuesday, May «. and was given a dancing party by his parents, Mr and Mrs Victor Frideies. at the Moose Hall. Forty-five guests were present. LOCALS Mrs Grace Holland and Josie McEvoy accompanied Mrs Hilda Nemmers and Mrs Helen Kramei to Iowa City lust Friday and remained till Sunday attending the C. D. of A. State convention. Miss McEvoy was given a special award for being the oldest in years, a charter member and being a member the past fifty- two years. Mr and Mrs Harlan Herbers and daughter Holly Anne of Wells, Minn., were last weekend visitors at the home of Mrs Herbers' parents, Mr and Mrs R. E Lieb. They came to attend the Founder Day banquet of Beta Sigma Phi sorority May 5 at the K. C. clubrooms. They were also guests of Mr and Mrs Gene Zender who entertained a group ol friends after the dance. Jack Allen, who attends Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Fails, spent Mothers Day herewith his parents, Mr and Mrs James Allen. He will teach in Brill high school next fall in the English and speech departments He will direct the junior and senior plavs and a one act play which will also be given during the school year. Jack completed his army service a few months ago. _ Eight hundred billion dollar* was the cost of World War II to the Allies. SERVICE MEN GRAFENWOHR, GERMANY— Specialist Third Class Simon E. Henry, 25, son of Mr and Mrs Simon Hejiry. Algona. Iowa, recently look part in a three-week field trainiitg exercise at the Seventh Army' training center at Grafemvohr, G'-ermany. His unit, the 74th Field Artillery Battalion, received Vheir annual firing tests during the exercise. Specialist Henry is a cook in the battalion's Headquarters Battery. A farmer in civilian life, he entered the Army in June 195»1 and completed basic training at Fort Bliss, Tex., before arriving overseas the following November. A gust of wind was recorded at a speed of 231 miles per hour in April. 1934 on Mount Washington in New Hampshire. "Daisy Mae" Suggests Pedal Pushers Blouses Shorts cSkirts Sundresses Piaysuits & Skirts for Little Sister Big Sister Mother from Elva & Jessie's "The Store of Beautiful Fashions" Circle Meetings Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday afternoon. May 17, as follows—Jan., Mr.- Lyle Steele; Feb., Mrs Harold Mosher; Mar., Mrs Lawrence Miller; April, Mrs Harold Kuch- enrcuther; May. Mrs Fivd Ken' Jr.; Sept., Call State Picnic at the Ambrns Park; Oct., Mr.-, Da'.l J Klein; Nov., Mrs Mauric-e Given^ (put luck) Doc., Josephine Di': IliiT. Baptist Women Meet Women of the First Bapti-n church will meet Thursday afternoon, May 17. Mrs Nell Opheiir. and Mrs Frank CYuikshank art- chairman and co-chairman of the serving committee. Mrs Ear' Miller and Mrs Mallard Snyclei Sr. will give the devotions ana lesson. SPECIAL FOR GRADUATION DAY SHEAFFER'S 1 Tile Dionne quintuplets wi r. born May 28, ISM-J at Calender Ontario. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR JOHN H. Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR 3rd District KOSSUTH COUNTY Will Be Greatly Appreciated! Asking For a Second Term JUNE 4lh PRIMARY 20-21-22* only Great for giving and getting, that's the Snorkel Pen ... the pen that fills clean as a whistle through its retractable filling tube. Genuine palladium-silver point resists wear ... seems to sail through paper work! Make your gift a Sheaffer Snorkel Pen! Sheaffer's new slim pencil to match, Ends "dunk fining" -mw)* \> N^TT^ry^ 1 ^/ ' / REGISTERED JEWELED AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ALGONA, IOWA DRESS FASHION SCOOP! New Purchase! Just Unpacked! Same tow Price ... Your favorites ore oil here —cottons, butcher linens dacrons, nylons, even fine bember'g sheers. So lovely and fresh in gay patterns and bright colors. Sizes 9 to 15, 12 to 20 and 16'/2 to 24'/j; Play Shoe SPECIAL! S&L DAYS THRILLER VALUES AT 1$ SIZES 5 to 12 12V4 to Saturday Is The Last Day! WOMEN'S SIZES TO 9 A special group that only S&L Days could make possible. Every pair first quality. Choice of 'natural or whit«. Boys' and Girls' CANVAS OXFORDS Tho/re washable and lightweight! Non-slip white rubber sole*. Blue or red. BIG GIRLS' SIZES 4 TO 9. .*;.« .«.!.»» Boys' Short-Sleeve Sport Shirts Sanforized sheer linens, fancy checks and stripes in broadcloths and novelty fabrics. Newest collar styles. Sizes 8 to 18 and junior sizes 3 to 7. Small Boys' Cotton Cord Jeans Suspender style in sturdy sanforized colton cord. Snap front, zipper fly. Washable. Blue, tan, brown. Sizes 1 to 6. CASHEW NUT HALVES 2 Bags $1.00 JUMBO SIZE GARMENT BAGS .. 1.00 COSTUME JEWELRY.., 2 pcs. 1.00 GIRLS 7-14 TEE SHIRTS 77c LITTLE GIRLS 1 to 3 T£E SHIRTS 57c WOMENS NYLON BRIEFS .. 57c GIRLS NYLON PANTIES 37c 9-PAIR ALL METAL SHOE RACK 1,00 6-PC. SHEFFIELD STEEL STEAK KNIFE SET.. 2.88 MEN'S UNIFORM SETS - SHIRT AND PANTS IN GREY OR TAN - 4,97 MEN'S STRETCH ANKLETS ..2 pair 1.00 MEN'S WORK SOX. 5 pair 1.00 MEN'S CANVAS GLOVE - --- 19c MEN'S WHITE TEE SHIRTS 50c

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