The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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4-AlflOrta Upper Dei Mottles Tuasday, February 14, 1WO mittec serving refreshments. LuVerne Girl A Bride, Feb. 5, In Superior, Wise. LuVerne — A pretty wedding was solemnized in the Peace Lutheran church in Superior, Wis., at 4 p. m., Sunday, Feb. 5. when Doris Gronbach, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grori- bach of LuVerne, and William Blair, son of the /ate Mr. and Mrs. William Blair of Superior, Wis., were united in marriage. The double ring service was read by the pastor, the Rev. Laesch, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a flesh wool jersey, street length dress, with blue accessories. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings, fcifts of the groom. Her corsage was white gardenias and hyacinths. Mrs. W. Dale Brayton, LuVerne, served her sister as matron of honor. She was attired in an aqua wool jersey street length dress, and her corsage was hyacinths. The groom's brother, George Blair, was the best man, and the ushers were Earl and Richard Gronbach, LuVerne, brothers of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception and dinner was held in the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford G. Berryhill, brother-in- law and sister of the bride, for 50 guests. Mrs. Blair is a 1946 graduate of the LuVerne high school and then attended Tobin business college in Ft. Dodge. She has been employed in the office of Dr. John M. Skogmo, local dentist. The groom served in the recent war. After a week's wedding trip spent in Minneapolis and Lu Verne, the young couple will make their home in Superior, where the groom nas employment. who was 82 years of age, passed away Friday, Feb. 3, at {he home of her daughter, Mrs. K. C. Mortimer, of Corwith. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blumer of Eagle Grdve. parents of the Mrs. George and Elmer Schnetzer, came up and cared for the two Schnetzer family children at the George Schnetzer farm home, northwest of LuVerne. General W.S.C.S. Meeting The general meeting of the W.S.C.S. was held Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 8. There was a good attendance, and Mrs. John Weber of Irvington was a guest. Mrs.•George Wolf, general president, had charge of the meeting. Devotions wei'e led by Mrs. Harold Sorensen, and Mrs. Archie Sanford gave the lesson study. The Father - Daughter banquet plans are under consideration with the date some time in March to be announced later. Mesdames Albert Genrich, Allen Thompson, George Wolf, Alice Anderson, Orville Anderson, and Bryce Wickett were the corn- Mrs. Hjelle Hosiem Mrs. j. Arnold Hjelle entertained the Bid and Bye Bridge club at her home Wednesday evening, Feb. 8. Mrs. Bert RamUs, Mrs. Harry Lichty, and Mrs. John Ramus were substitute players. Bridge was in play at three tables. Mrs. John M. Skogmo, high, and Mrs. John Ramus, second high. Mrs. Hjelle served refreshments. Complications Develop Mr. and Mrs. Donald Youngwirth went to Ft. Dodge, Monday, to visit Simon Ellifritz, age 79, grandfather of Mrs. Youngwirth, who is in the Lutheran hospital suffering with a broken hip he sustained in a fall on the ice as he was leaving his rooming house here in LuVerne. They report his condition not so satisfactory. The fracture is reported doing fine, but other complications have developed. Evening Star Circle Mrs. Merlin Cody entertained the Evening Star Circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. at her homfc Thursday evening, /eb. 9. .Therd Were 13 attending, and Mrs. Albert Genrich, Mrs. &. B. Thomas, and Mrs. Robert C<Jdy, guests. The lesson study was given by Mrs. Glenn Ranne/fs. Following a social hour, Mrs. Cody served refreshments. Move To LuVerne Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and son moved their household goods from Strawberry Point to the apartment over the Phil C. Lichty hardware Wednesday. I They have been living in the Guy Tfauger home in Livermore. They recently purchased th.e Verne theater in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller are the parents of their first child, a son weighing 8% Ibs. born Thursday, Feb. 9 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs. Millei Is the former Betty Aiin Kueck of Lone Rock. The baby is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller of LuVerne. FARM FOR SALE 240 well-improved, 2Vi miles froirt good town, on paving. HOUSi FOR SALE Modern home, seven rooms and bath, basement, furnace, large garage on paved street. PHIL J. KOHLHAAS Phone 22 Algona DOLLAR DAYS Youth Group Met The Youth Fellowship group of the Evangelical United Breth- eran church held a meeting in the church ^Thursday evening, Feb. 9, wit.Vj very good attendance and their counselor, Mrs. Walter Hefti, present. Devotions were led by John Schmidt, followed by business meeting in charge of Marilyn Hefti, president. Miss Hulda Fritzemeier invited the group to come to her home to see the new spinet-type electric Hammond organ delivered to her hpme last Saturday by the Jones Piano Co. of Ft. Dodge. Upon their return to the church games were conducted by Jerry Wolf, followed by refreshments served also by .hostess Jerry Wojf. ^. .'_., f Band Mothers Meet The regular meeting of the Band Mothers was held in the LuVerne school house Wednesday evening, Feb. 8, with a good attendance. Mrs. Walter Hefti, president, presided at the business meeting. She named committees to arrange plans for ways of making money to be used for the band. Miss Ruth Wegner was the entertainment committee. Games were played with prizes awarded. Mrs. Otto Ramus, Mrs. John Tiss, and Mrs. Harold Sorensen were the committee serving refreshments. snuE IOOO/. STORES n Speciall Speciall Dorothy Gray Blustry Weather LOTION $2.00 Size—$1 Dry-Skin Lotion $2.00 Size_--$l fstrogenic Hormone LOTION $2.00 Size—$1 COLOGNES Popular Name Brdnas R.g U \ar\y , Priced } ***'$13(1 to $2.00 Dollar Day's Clearance $1.00 plus tax Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande wt-re honored Sunday, Feb. 5 at their farm home when their children gathered -to celebrate iheir l!5th wedding anniversary. A dinner was served in their honor and they were presented a gift of -a platform rocker. Their children are Helen and Louis at home, Elmer, serving in the armv, stationed in Alaska. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pergande, daughter, Vivian, and son, Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. John Pergunde of Renwick, and Mr. and Mr.s. Eugene Casey, north of LuVerne. Birthday Club Parly The Neighborhood Birthday club were guests, Tuesday, r-Vb. 7, at the farm home of Mr.s. Albert Gtni ich, with M:s. Lawrence Miller assistant hostess. There were 18 members and one Suest, Mrs. Merlin Cody. At the business M-B^IUM conducted by the new president. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Albert Merriam vva. c ; voted the new secretary to fill the vacancy uf Mrs. Uagne Bunkofske, who. with her family, inovt-d to a farm near Algoi;a |j.-t Saturday. The birthdays of Mrs. SianK-y Genrich. Mrs Julius Stu.K-r, and Mrs. Edward Hof ivere i>b.,trvru and each received a gift. The next meeting wiii be Tuesday, Murtn 7, at Ine farm h»i;ie of Mrs. Juhn Stamjjka, assisting Mrs. Gordon Davidsun. At Mother's Funeral Mr. and Mrs. George Sdineuer or" LuVerne, accompanied by hia brother and wilt, Air. ana Mr.-.. Elmer Schnet/.er of Reruvic.-:. went to Osceola. Mo., where thev attended the lunerai <>'. lhe;'r mother, Mrs. Flora Schnel/.er. Sunday. Mrs. Flora Si-lmei/irr, Buy One Regular 49c Size New Drene SHAMPOO And Get 20e Cash Refund 60c Siie Wildroot Cream-Oil HAIR TONIC PLUS Wildroot liquid Cream SHAMPOO $1.20 Volue Both for 59c Special 1 . 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BESCH for Automobile Insurance with Service-Savins*-Security Phone 669-J Algona Sterling Silver Charms S2.00 to $5.50 Value Dollar Days Special $1.00 $1.75 Gent's Watch Straps All Leather Dollar D«ys Special $1.00 SPECIAL NAYLON LIPSTICK HALF-PRICE Regular 1.00 Dollar Days Special 50c OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS OR GOLD BOND STAMPS THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 3 DAYS OF INTENSIVE VALUE GIVING Holds 16 Garments Jumbo Garment Bag Regular 1.49 Special at $1 Transparent washable plastic. Metal frame. Girls' Polo SHIRTS Fine combed cotton, Solids and 'stripe*. Crew neck. Sixes 3 to 6X. Reg. 59e DEPARTMENT STORE Now 2 For Infant's Two* Piece Knit SUITS Long sleeve style An exceptional value at Two button shoulder striped top. Long sleeves. Combed cotton. Sizes 2. 3, and 4. Women's Hand BAGS New Styles New Colors At One Low Price Plastic calfs and Suedes. ,„$! Reg. 29c ea. Bleached and mangled. HOPE MUSLIN 4 Yd.$l Reg. 29c yd. Quality white muslin. 38 IN. OUTING FLANNEL Reg. 29c yd. White, striped and pink or blue solid colors. 4 yds. TRAINING PANTS t|| Reg. 25c pr. Combed cotton. Size* 1 to 4. 5 for Women's New Spring DRESSES Rayons, Crepes—Rayons Prints—Sizes 9 to 44. »5 $1 «1 SANF. TWILL CRAWLER Reg. 1 .29 Self -lined bib. Full '< cut. Sizes small, med* and large ____________ SAHF. TWILL OVERALL 1.29. Self -lined bib. ^-,,ue trim. Sises 1 trim. to 4 »i BOYS' WORK PANTS ft Reg. 1.49. Grey "Pepperell' battle-axe whipcord. San forized. Sizes 8 to 16 BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRT fe Reg. 1.39. Bright plaid. i High collar style. * I j| Sizes 8 to 14 $1 i MEN'S WORK SOX Rockford type. Blue and J brown mix. Med. • | M weight. 5 prs. t)l 3 MEN'S JERSEY GLOVES 9 Reg. 29c pr. Heavy — 10'/j oz—4 prs..____ MEN'S CHORE GLOVES Golden fleece. Knit wrist Large Size. 3 for New Spring BLOUSES Rayon crepes and cottons. Some trimmed with lace . . . others tailored. All washable. Assorted color* and styles. Women's sties 32 to 38. 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Special at Taylored rayon marquisette with double •titched side nem to insure straight even f^afipng. 3-in. bottom hem. Size 42x81 in. £9*fceU. cos*, blue and gold. M«n'« Gabardine Sport SHIRTS Rayon Satin SLIPS 2 for $3 Reg. 1.98 ea. Lace trimmed or tailored «lyles. White and lea- ro«e. SUM 32 io 38. Ladies Winter COATS Just is Coat* Regular 21.00 to 29.50 Men's Suede leather $5 JACKETS ,. two button S2 ffont. BrcSS

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