The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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JOHNSON— DOOLY In solemn ceremony at St. Ambrose Cathedral, Des Moines, Helen Johnson became the bride of Dr. John E. Dooly on Saturday, . , The bride, given in marriage by her father, Andrew Johnson wore a semi-formal gown of moss-colored green with a cor a sage of green orchids. She also wore a hat made of rose pedals and fashioned by Lydia. The bridesmaid was Charlene Schafer, a nurse at Mercy hos- ?*%• Des Moi n es - Dr. Emmet Mathieson of Council Bluffs acted as best man. . A reception for 140 guests was held following the ceremony at the Sayery Hotel, Des Moines. The bride's table was decorated with green smilax and white mums. A four-tiered wedding cake adorned the table. Following a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Iowa City where Dr. Dooly is taking post graduate work at the university. Mrs. Dooly will be on duty at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Dooly is a graduate of the 1943 class of the Algona high school. She received her nurses' training at Mercy hospital, Des Moines. Dr. Dooly is the son of Mrs. John E. Dooly, Sr. of Portland, Ore. Lt. Col. H. B. White sailed for Japan Jan. 10 from Seattle, Wash. Mrs. White was called back to Glendale, Calif., because of the death of her father, A. M. Jasperson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert King spent Christmas with relatives at Gravity. They were accompanied as far as Creston by Dr. L. L. Snyder, John and Tommy, who spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Cheetham, grandparents of Mrs. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" King and son Dean, spent Christmas at Emmetsburg with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard King and Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyers. The family moved here recently and is located in the Sid Spear apartment, on south Jones street. Mrs. Hugh Colwell and her sister Mrs. Mabel Ruebel, of Barnum, accompanied the former's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart on a two weeks trip through the South, returning home last week. Points of interest visited were Baton Rouge and New Orleans, La., points in Kentucky, and Mr. and Mrs. Banwart points in North Carolina while Mrs. Colwell and Mrs. Ruebel went to Miami, Fla., to visit their brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hill. Upon conclusion of this visit Mr. and Mrs. Banwart were joined at St. Augustine, Fla., for the return. Mr. and Mrs. Banwart have now returned to Iowa City, where the former is a student at the university. Auxiliary Ends Magazine Drive The annual magazine subscription drive sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary of Algona closed Jan. 7, and subscribers may expect to receive their first copies on new subscriptions in about six weeks from the date the order was placed, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, chairman, states. Delivery is expected within the next few weeks of the additional hospital beds and equipment which the Auxiliary is purchasing with its share of the magazine proceeds. _ PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA Friday, Jan. 13 BABE WAGNER'S BAND Sunday, Jan. 15 BOB ALLEN Friday, Jan. 20 VIKING'S Sunda,y Jan. 22 HENRY CHARLES Treat Mastitis Effectively with AUREOMYCIN OINTMENT tederfe Frequently only on* Ueutuitnl is needed to clei*r up sueptucoccic and BUphylococcic in- L tu lull pruductiuu of ijlubU milk- JAMES DRUG Begins Wednesday! Big Storewide Tuesday, January 10, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines—3 COATS Last chance to get that warm winter coat—they are going fast. Special Group—Mostly Small Sizes at Rayon PANTIES "Rogers" rayon knit band-knee styles. DRESSES Just lovely dresses, and plenty to choose from. Special rack on balcony Small size dresses and cord jumpers—values up to $14.95. Fashionable Winter Coats all in popular demand. Sensational low prices. Values to Values to Values to $29.75 $49.50 $70.50 $18 M Fur Trim — Fitted Styles - Loose Styles - Short Coats — Storm Coats — Fur Fabric Entire Stock Reduced Women's Hats Group At Balance of Stock M . price Teen age hats—barets—Beanie, etc. $1.00 Ladies hi style hats- -dark and pastels at '/2 Price. First quality hose—also irregulars of 54 gauge. ANKLETS Part Wool Fashionable, stylish dresses—wear proudly— Values to $16.95 Values to $24.75 $898 Part wool warm anklets—sizes 7 to JO'/i-a 59c value. Crepes—Satin—Corduroy—Jersey—Taffeta—Wool all sizes. WASH DRESSES $£50 Cotton print dresses—12 44—while they last $2.98 Wash Dresses reduced to $3.98 Wash Dresses reduced to Ladies SLIPS I Clearance! Children's Wear $150 Rogers runproof knit—also some crepes and satins. SWEATERS 1.98 Mostly short sleeve —all wool—sizes— 34 to 40. T-SHIRTS Long sleeve—pretty colors—fine combed cotton—32 to 40 GIRLS DRESSES-prints, spuns, ginghams, taffetas-1.98 to 5.95 NOW $1.75 to $5.00 BOYS and GIRLS SNOWSUITS \4 to Vz OFF BOYS JACKETS-all wool plaid-cotton twill-satin twill- quilted or Alphca lined $5.00-$9.00 BOYS SHIRTS-broadcloth and flannel $1.50 Table of Wool Slacks — Sweaters — Infantwear — Playsuits. Headware SILK SCARVES Special purchase—pure silk — small one 39c large square $1. & 39< SHOULDERETTES Wool knitted—some shop worn. Worth much more. FORMALS And Wedding Dresses 1A Price Pick one of these for your school banquet — while the last. SKIRTS Fine corduroys, shark skins, wools, etc.—Values to $7.95. Entire Stock ROBES Chenille — flannel — seersucker — crepe — jersey — corduroy — quilted— 10% OFF OFF Ladies Gowns 1.88 Fine knit rayon and some crepes. Jersey Blouses % OFF Fashionable wool jersey blouses—quantity limited |TH1S IS STOREWIDE! MANY ITEMS NOT ADVERTISED HERE! ALL BARGAIN-PRICED! JlU/VK/l

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