The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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•t* •> 6~Alg6na (let.) Upper Des Moiiies Toesdoy, June 12, 1956 Around Algona Mr and Mrs Charles M;Vay went to Minneapolis. Wednesday \vherc- Mr Mi-Vay conducted bus- ness. They returned Thuivckiy. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams and Marijane and Jack are leavina Saturday for a two week's vacation at a resort at Lake Okoboji —-O — Mrs A. J. Ricklefs and sons Rod 4 and Tom wen! to Fond: Tuesday for a eouple of day; visit with her parents. Mr and Mrs M. A. Bagge. Sunday guests of Mr and Mr« Harold Hnbson were Mrs Harold Oxley of Corwith and Mr anc Mrs Merle Pratt and sort. David of Fairmont. —o— Mr end Mrs Wesley B?rlleJJ and Bill. Barbara and Brett left Friday for a trip of several weeks to California and other point' of interest.* Shirley Willey returned Tues . day evening from a five day stay at Spirit Lake. The trip was pa^t i of her annual vacation from her duties at -the^telephone company. Mr and \Mrs C. R. Rusk of Bogalusa. La. are visitors in Algona at the home of Mr and MIT Bless Rusk. C. R, Rusk, fathei of-Bless, is superintendent of the Gaylord Container Corporatior at Bogalusa, La. They intend tr have a go at the fishing in Minnesota before returning south. Eight Specs card club met Wcdnosdf.y rvt-niiis* with Mrs Dm is Wilhclmi. Mrs Le.;ter Ji'hnson was f\ jjuest. Pri/.es were m-eivfd by Mrs W. J. Sit?.sbec I'nd Mis Mabio Lee. — o— Mr and Mrs William Besten- lehner became Hie parent;; of ;, son Friday afternoon. The baby was born at St. Ann hospital and has four sisters and twn brothers. Mrs Bestenlehner is the fonrrT Mary T. Van Allen. Mr and Mrs Gail Towne have returner! from a several weeks fishing trip to Cass Lake, Minn They stayed at the Al»ona Out- mu Club cottaga. On Sunday. Mi and Mrs John Dution leff "for <•• two week's vacation at the saint place. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church meets this evening (Tuesday) in the (thurclr basement for a work night. Hostesses art- Mrs Wilbur Reinders, Mr; Dunne Hiley and Mrs Leon Martin. Mr.* Stewart Albright will give the devotions. Mr and Mrs Wesley Hardy and Mr and Mrs Ed Frederii-kson 'the latter couple of Burt, spent Sunday in JJ..-3 Moines. Tin; Hardys were guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Munsch Fredericksons attended .ing. • — o— The D.A.ft. society is cbservinr ""las? Day with a one o'clock luncheon at Van's Cafe Thursday The social committee consistinr of Mrs Bob Williams, Mrs E. A Schemel. Mrs Hugh Raney, MIT EtheJ Gardner, Mrs Delia Me- Cullqugh and Mrs Ed Wolcott is in charge of arrangements. Mr:G. R. Cook will present the program. and the a wed Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman spent a recent weekend at Nev;id;i where they visited Mr StilJ- man's pnrents and attended ;: high school reunion. They were overnight guests on Saturday 01 Mr ,' nd Mrs 'IVm Sawyer, former Alguiians now of DCS Moines. —o—• O—Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee ha<3 as their guests over the weekend. tlieir son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Ear] Beardsley and Tom ;;nd Jam. 1 of LincgJn Nebraska. Saturday was Janr;Y s'.veiith birthday so her grandmother entertained at a birthda- parly for her at the Call park Her Algona cousins were guests Mrs Frenk Moullon is able tc be up «m,l around again af!e; b;?in,> ill \vith rheumatic f.:-ver She. will have to be less active !han usual for some time. Mr Muii) ton's mother. Mrs Frank Mou'ton. Sr. of Mitchell, S. D lias been here for several week;assisting in tl.e home and xvll 1 remain for a couple of weck> longer. Mr end Mrs William Finn anc .son, Jim went (o Des Moines or Thursday where they attended the wedding of Mrs Finn'? nephew. Jerry Crawford. The\ continued on to 7<wvi Ci!v F; j- clay where they attended ' Com niencernont of the Slate Univor- pity. Their daughter, Carole was one of the graduates receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology- Carole returned home with them for si few weeks vacation. —o— Edilor Russ Waller of the Upper Des Moines and his brother. Lt. Col. Marvin Waller reached Algona last Frjday aftei a 4.000 mile motor trip from the west coast starting at San Francisco, and taking in Oregon Washington mad British Columbia. Colonel Waller is on his wa-. to Germany for an overseas assignment of three years in the army. He had been cormrfandim an anti-aircraft battalion in the San Francisco Bay area. Russ went to the west coast by train to join his brother. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sirahorri ind children spent the weekend .it Iowa City where they attended a dinner in honor of the grad- uation of Mr Strahorn's netihew. Thfry stayed with friends at Cedar Falls Saturday night and called on Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson, former Algonans. Mrs Richardson fell on the stairs ai their Home last week and fractured a verlabrae. She was hospitalized for only a short time and is confined to bed at home. It will be ttfn days or so before the exact seriousness- of her injury is known. /.ViV.V.V.V.V.V.'.V.VAflAVAMA4 ,V A BRANDT BUICK "BETTER BUY" 1954 CHEV. BEL-AIR 23,000 actut.1 miles on this four-door sedan ,with NEW Premium white walls, Poiwer Glide, power steering. Sharp two-tone color _i ._ BRANDT BUICK A BRANDT BUICK "BETTER BUY?' BUICK 'SUPER' Two-door Buick hard-top with white wall tires Straight shift. Priced low for quick <sale. Swell for vacation travel BRANDT BUICK " , Saturday ON!Y Vote For Your Pop! Come to the Hub.and Register Your Dad's Narrte in trie "Lucky Pop" Contest . :. AH vou do is register Dad's name here . .", then bn Saturday three lucky Dads will be "Lucky Poos!" Here are th« FREE GIFTS to be given: 1—Outdoor Barbecue Grill; 2—McGregor Sport Shirt.' 3—New Pioneer Belt. '; VOTE FOR YOUR DAD AT THE HOB! SUMMER SPORT SHIRTS Cool Shert Sleeve Beauties By 'Campus' and 'McGregor 1 AND 3.98 Give Dad a gift package of frosty cool smartness with these sparkling short .sleeved sport shirts , by these two famous makers. Priced so very low,' tool Patterns to suit — solid colors or dashing splashes of color! Every size - every price - every fabric - lineris, chambray s, master sheer crepes - suitings - cottons - silks - laces rayon plains and prints - EVERYTHING from Spring and ea rly summer included ... at just about the lowest prices you have seen in years , . . values to $30.00 - get them at $5.00 to $10.00. A few slightly higher. What a selection - Come early and avoid the rush. ' f v MATERNITY DRESSES - sizes 10-16 - half price and LESS - for NOW and FALL Skirts The balance of our complete stock of linen and cotton sum-' mer skirts — every- i thing included -* values to $8.00 3.98 4.98 16 wool suits—values to $70.00 __ $29.98 All ladies hats regardless of former price. 15 linen summer I $J,98 | 0 $2.98 suits — sizes 7-15 ... while they last __ $12.98 All girls hats $1.98 and 98e Coats Jl Just 20 coats — both long and short — values to $40.00 — wool and orlon— S12.98 to $19.98. Can fit anyone. RAINCOATS — 11 Only — values to $35.00 — $7.98 and $17.98. CHU.DRENS DRESSES 21 dresses left — values to $8.00 ail $2.98 Sizes 3 - 8 1 — . i- .1 ^^——^^^^^•V^K^^^^MB^^^H Slacks 10 pair of summer linen slacks—$6.00 values— $3.98 SUM TIES Newer, Trimmer', Narrower 1 Ties — And All in Light Color Tones Refreshingly new, these are ties that will add dash and spice to Dad's whole appearance — especially these NARROW cravats, From Wembley and 1 Superba they come, and there are no finer tie-makers labels. Racks and racks to choose from — at the HUB! GIRLS COATS $12.98 11 only. Wool and nylon. Sizes 6-6x-7-8-10. Values to $18.00. $8.98 _ .., ^^——^—i——r^M—rnTfffBir.w9nHHHMHS^9|nHuwB9i^^^^^^Hfl^^HllBBlHBHHBfllHi!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H LADIES - Don't Miss This ! Over 300 Dresses. But the sale is three days only - absolutely closes Saturday at 5:30. Leona Bartholomew is in charge. EXTRA SPECIALS each day Ask your neighbor - THERE IS NOTHING LIKE IT ! ! IT'S WHAT YOU HAVE WAITED FOR ' « DON'T MISS IT! ! * rv*. . uvni i CHRISCHILLES BASEMENT — ENT STORE BASEMENT BERMUDA SHORTS Men like Bermuda shorts for their coolness an4 utter comfort — more and more men are wearing ' 'em! Try a pair for Dad's gift — we wager he'll like them! Plain colors or patterns. 3,98 INTERWOVEN S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOCKS Thy fit all feet — as snug as a glove — and men will tell you they just feel tops inside a shoe. Weaves are light and airy, colors are fresh, patterns fetching Jo the eye. Every Dad will like, a few pairs of these! SUMMER SLACKS Cool Dacron blends and other mixtures that are light as a minnow net, and easy to care for. 'cause they're washable. Darktones and casual lighttones for his summer comfort. 7,95 to 12,95 LEUTHODOTUAMS ALGONA,IOWA

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