The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1956 · Page 8
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(la.) Upper Oe* Meines Tuesday, June 5, 1956 3 Wed Permits Three wedding licenses were issued by Clerk of Court Alma Pearson during the past week. They went to the following couples: May 23 — Ronald A. Schroe- der, Ledyard, and Barbara J. Winter, Lakota. ., May 31 — Richmond Anderson, Cedar Rnpids, and Lorraine Youngquist, Swea City; and Paul Kockler, Bancroft, and Arlc-ne Ruby, Lakota. CANVAS SHOES as seen on 2.95 , *»OITUII rOUNMTION 1. The important "P-F" RIGID WEDGE ; help*- keep body, • weight on outeid* of normal foot . . r*- due** foot and leg •train . .. Increase* comfort* 2. Sponge Rubber Cushion. Be sure your youngsters have the foot comfort they need. Get them better-fitting "P-F" Canvas Shoes today. VULCANIZED for Longer Wear . . . Safer tVcrs/jina Shoe Store to spark the summer scene! iOVING TEAM by i From the age for dolls to the age for d^tes. she'll love Thermo-Jac's sleeveless blouse and cuffed Ehorts. The button- down-the-front blouse has tiny shirt collar. Of fine candy striped cotton. Shorts styled with that "play-boy" look. Junior sizes 7 to 15 $2.98 ea. as seen in SEVENTEEN rise kill es Mr and Mrs Waller Elbe*t spent the weekend at Lincoln, Neb., with their son A/1C John Elbert of the air corps. Mr and Mrs Paul Detiman had Mr and Mrs Pete Looft as dinner guests Memorial Day. Mrs Looft is a sister of Mrs Detttnan. Mr and Mrs William Allen were visited Memorial Day by Mrs Allen's mother, Mrs Richard Cook, of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Don Duffy had their nephew, Michael Leners, of Emmetsburg as guest Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs L. A. Copp spent Memorial' Day at Nashua with relatives and friends. They drove there again Tuesday to attend to some business matters. Josie McEvoy attended Ihe wedding of Gene Conway. Cylinder, and Caroline Baker, Ayrs hire, in the Sacred Heart church at Ayrshire Saturday, June 2. Cresco Mother's and Daughter's Club will have a guest day June 13 at the community hall. Each member to bring a guest and a covered dish for the dinner. Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 7. Hostesses will be Mrs George McMahon and Mr? Nellie Cook. Mr and Mrs Claude White were visited Memorial Day by the letter's brother : in-law and *isler, Mr and Mrs Grant Hagg, of Madison. S. D. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris have received word from their son. Jerry, th;it he has been sent from Guam back to Japan. He is in the navy. J. I. Merryman was taken to St. Ann hospital last week for a period of rest. He has been working hard of late and has not been feeling too well. Mr and Mrs William Funk, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Duane and David Riley are vacationing at Osage, Minn., this week. Mrs A. J. Eason and daughter, Mrs James Potter, drove to Eagle Grove Tuesday to visit the other daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Ervin Ogland. Mr and Mrs Frank Grand- Rennet were visited Memorial Day by the latter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Carl Schimmel, of Blue Earth, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ernie Godfredsen and Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman were recently visited a few days by Mrs C. N. Godfredson of Chicago. Mrs Esther Helberg spent Memorial Day at Iowa City with her son, Durwood, and enroute visited relatives at Ames and Newton. A Mr and Mrs L. C. Faber were^ visited last week by the former's sister-in-law, Mrs O. K. Faber. and daughter, Robin, of Bettendorf. Janet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wallace Evans, and granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs R. A. Evans, will be graduated from Iowa State College at Ames, June 9. Her home is at Crawfordsvillo. Clark Orton left Saturday for Iowa City. He plans to have a cataract removed from the other eye, the first one having been most successful and was performed a few months ago. Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Charles Dean, son of Mr and Mrs Charles E. Harmon, and Alan Joseph, son of Mr and Mrs Marvin J. Kollasch. Mr and Mrs John Holizbauer were visited last weekend by Mr nnd Mrs Robert Holtzbauer, of Des Moines. They also spent some time with Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry. Mrs Augusta Lavrenz was visited from a week ago Saturday till Memorial Day bv her son-in-law tincl daughter, Mr and ^rs Kenneth Martin of Union Mo. Mr and Mrs Ezra Blanchard were visited Sunday by the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr •ind Mrs Paul Reid, of Columbia. Mo., and Mr and Mrs Ronald Johnson nnd two sons of Oregon. Mr and Mrs Pat Doeming and Hiujchters. J^nello pnd J:micf>, Mr and M--S Gilbert Bustler and Mr and Mrs Dick Butcher spent Momoriiil D-w »t Clear Luke and 'tpld a picnic dinner. Mr and Mrs Ferm?n Christoffers spent Memorial Dav at Van Meter with Mr pnd Mrs Lef> Jamison =>nd ;it Dexter wilh aunts of Mrs Christoffers. M'-s Amelia Penn and Mrs Suvilla Kauffman. Mrs Fred Martin ws visited '.•i.st week Tuesday and Wednesday by her sons-in-lnw .'>nd dau- ffhters, Mr and Mrs Ray McCorkle. of Austin, Minn., and Mr nnd Mrs James Powers of Melbourne. Mr and Mrs Don Duffy were visited over the weekend bv their niece, Mar.iorie Nelson, of Sioux Citv. She bnd been H student at Braircliff college there and is now taking a course at the St. Joseph school of nursing. Mrs Josephine Scribner has returned to her home at San Diego, Calif., after a visit here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Vincent Esser, and other rt-'atives. Another son-in-law Mnd daughter, Mr and Mrs Geo Rhodes, live at San Diego. Mike Miller attended the funeral service^ Memorial Day at Fairfit-ld for his sister-in-law. Mrs Effie Fisher, 67, who died of a stroke and heart ailment. Mrs Fisher was an aunt of Mrs Ernest. Egel, daughter of Mr Miller. Mr apd Mrs Charles Schaeffer and children and Mrs Schaeffer's brother, II e r m a n Stienblock. drove to Wall Lake last week Sunday. While there they were guests of Mrs Shaeffer and Mr Stienblock's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Jake Switters. Mrs Mae Raney has been visil- ed by Mrs Maude Showalter, of Santa Monica, Calif. The women went to Wesley to visit friends one day Jast week and Mrs Showalter also visited friends in Mason City. The visitor and Mrs Raney were former schoolmates. Mr and Mrs Earl Sprague and Mrs Sprague's mother, Mrg F. Clayberg, were visited rec6ntly by Mr nnd Mrs Fred Lawrence and two sons of Minneapolis. They had come to attend the graduation of their niece, Sue Sprague. Mrs Segrid Kohlhaas is being visited by her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs LyTc' of Hartford, Conn. The visitors and Mrs Kohlhaas spent the weekend at the Okobojis. Dr Ellis is leaving for horrt^ this week but his wife will spend the summer here. Mr and Mrs Thomas Bruns and family and Mrs Ardella Brufis, all from Mitchell, So. Dak., Mr and Mrs Darold Bruns from, Waterloo, and Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and family, Wesley, spent Memorial Day at the parental Henry Bruns home here. Mrs John Mahoncy returned from Minneapolis Sunday night where she had attended ordination ceremonies for a nephew and graduation of a granddaughter. She visited her son, Jim, and family, a daughter, Mrs L. P. Weir, and family, and the Don Ludwigs. Mr and Mrs Don Orton and children arrived .-Tuesday in Mason City ,from Grants Pass, Ida., where both have ..been teaching. They were brought here by Don's sister, Bull, Mrs Wilson Abernathy, who lives at Mason City, and when Dennis comes from : Omaha, the entire family will be here for a reuniort, except Mr Orton who is at the university hospital. Iowa City, for eye surgery. The entire group, with Mrs Orton, plan to drive to Iowa City to see Mr Orton. ' ftlchard" tfoe'naV Witf«h fr6ni the west coast, telling his - paf* ents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe, that his ship, the tJ.S.S. carrier Coral Sea, has a broken shaft and it will take a couple of months to repair it. He will be in the states during this time. He was to have been near Japan. M* and MM C. L. BaiUy will leave Thursday morning;". for Sioux City to attend the graduation of their grandson, Bailey Aalfs, son of Mr and Mrs C. N. Aalfs. Mr and Mrs Bailey will leave from there for Clayton, New Mexico to visit their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Ward Graham. Don and Aon Elberi, twin ions of Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert, and Midas Defmand, son of Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand are coming from Baltimore, Md., this week to spend their vacations here. Don and Nidas are students al John's Hopkins and Ron is a student at the Maryland Art Institute. Ralph Moe was taken to Iowa City via air ambulance and expected to have major surgery at the university hospital. It was found the surgery will not be performed at : this time and he will be sent home. Mrs Moe joined him there Sunday and will wait to accompany him home. Ralph has not been will for some time. being visited by Mrs Post's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mi's Maurice White, of Des Moines, mother, Mrs Lillian 1 White, of Manila, and brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs, Robert Fleet, Bob, Bill and Martha, of Tyler, Texas. The Maurice Whites remained here for the weekend but the others will make a longer visit. Tire Free! If You Have The 1 I I I I I I I I I I Lucky License Number • BRADLEY BROS. • SEE US NOW ! •' y I mmmmmmmmm PLANTATION BALLROOM WHlTTEMOttE. IOWA Friday, June 8 Square Donee Lessons Sunday, June 10 DON HOY Friday, June 15 Square Dance lessons Sunday, June 17 JACK COLE Sunday, June 24 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, July 1 EDDIE ALLEN n-^/s/r/yyyyrs/r///ss/w/M^^ AT THE HUB CLOTHIERS candidate "to* 1 LUCKY POP Come To The Hub And Register Your Dad's Name ! There's nothing to do or .buy — just come to the Hub and register your Dad's name in our "Lucky Pop" contest. Drawing of names for three fine prizes will be made at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon, June 16. , .-,r,f.l. (,,, Here Are The Free Gifts For The Lucky Pops: 1st Prize: OUTDOOR BARBECUE GRILL 2nd Prize: McGREGOR SPORT SHIRT 3rd Prize: HANDSOME PIONEER BELT AND, DAD WILL BE EXTRA LUCKY, TOO * If His Father's Day Gift Comes From The Hub's Fine Selection of Famous Brands: G McGregor Sport Shirts G Van Heusen Dress Shirts G Lee Hats G Samsonite Luggage G Pioneer Belts G Jockey Underwear G Interwoven Hosiery G Superba Neckwear G Sea Island Sport Shirts G Swank Jewelry G Wembley Neckwear G Huber Slippers G Michael-Stern Clothing G Dobbs Hats G Rohlf Billfolds HUB LEUTHPLDflUIAMS FATHER'S DAY - JUNE 17 ALGONA.IOWA •s/s////////'//'(S//////////////

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